GLOBAL SNAPSHOTA bad time for a vacation in Spain, the UN general assembly, and more photos from around the worldBy Jackie Snow & Gloria DawsonSeptember 28, 2012Getty Images / Chung Sung-JunSept. 24, 2012. People walk at the shopping district in Gangnam District in Seoul, South Korea. It is known as the ‘Beverly Hills’ of South Korea because of the concentration of wealth.Getty Images / Carsten KoallSept. 25, 2012. A regional commuter train of German railways carrier Deutsche Bahn arrives at main station in Hangelsberg, Germany. Deutsche Bahn announced it will increase ticket prices by an average of 2.8 percent starting in December.Getty Images / Justin SullivanSept. 25, 2012. Research in Motion (RIM) CEO Thorsten Heins kicked off the three-day BlackBerry Jam 2012 conference with a look at the new BlackBerry 10 operating system.Getty Images / Mario TamaSept. 26, 2012. People toss flowers at a rally of groups opposing Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City.Getty Images / John MooreSept. 26, 2012. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, addresses the UN General Assembly in New York City.AP Photo / Eric GaySept. 25, 2012. New home construction in San Antonio, Texas. The Case-Shiller Indexes released on Tuesday showed three months of rising home prices in the United States.Joe Raedle / Getty ImagesSept. 27, 2012. J.K. Rowling’s new novel, ‘The Casual Vacancy.’Milos Bicanski / Getty ImagesSept. 26. 2012. A protestor holding a burned American flag during a 24-hour labor struck in Athens, Greece.Getty Images / Win McNameeSept 27, 2012. Protesters outside of Fannie Mae headquarters in Washington, DC, US.AP Photo / Daniel Ochoa De OlzaSept 25, 2012. Tourists try to get to their hotel through a street closed due to anti-austerity protests in Madrid, Spain.From the Research in Motion conference to protests in Greece, Quartz brings you images from events that shape our world.