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Trapped at border
A Moroccan boy swims using bottles as a float, near the fence between the Spanish-Moroccan border, after thousands of migrants swam across the border, in Ceuta, Spain, May 19, 2021. REUTERS Moroccan migrant climb a cliffside on the shore of the northern town of Fnideq as they attempt to cross the border from Morocco to Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta on May 18, 20...
Locust outbreak
Stephen Mudoga, 12, the son of a farmer, chases away a swarm of locusts on his farm as he returns home from school, at Elburgon, in Nakuru county, Kenya Wednesday, March 17, 2021. It's the beginning of the planting season in Kenya, but delayed rains have brought a small amount of optimism in the fight against the locusts, which pose an unprecedented risk to agriculture-based ...
International Women's Day
Kurdish Syrian women take part in Women's Day celebration in the Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on March 6, 2021. AFP Sahrawi women take part in a parade at the Awserd refugee camp in Tindouf, Algeria February 27, 2021. Picture taken February 27, 2021. REUTER Sahrawi women soldiers carry their weapons and they parade at the Awserd refugee camp in Tindouf, Alg...
Bloody Sunday in Myanmar
A person mourns as he attends prayers for Tin Nwe Yi, a teacher who was killed during a crackdown on anti-coup protesters in Yangon, Myanmar, 01 March 2021. Several people were killed and many injured on 28 February as Myanmar security forces cracked down on anti-coup protesters following weeks of unrest since the 01 February military coup. EPA Demonstrators hold placard...
On way to grandmother for Lunar New Year holiday [PHOTOS]
A family of three walk down the stairs at Seoul Station, Wednesday, to catch a train bound for Daegu, where the little boy's grandmother lives, for the Lunar New Year holiday.
Putting lives on the line amid COVID-19 [PHOTOS]
A recent news report showing thousands of jobseekers lined up looking for a day’s work early in the morning raised the alarm over economic woes amid the COVID-19 pandemic. What also seriously concerned people was that many of the people gathered at Guro labor market were not wearing face masks or abiding by social distancing rules.
For years, orphans in Japan were punished just for surviving the war [PHOTOS]
They were bullied. They were called trash and left to fend for themselves on the street. Police rounded them up and threw them in jail. They were sent to orphanages or sold for labor. They were abandoned by their government, abused and discriminated against.
Floods around the world
This photo taken on July 15, 2020 shows residents riding a boat past a damaged and flood-affected house near the Poyang Lake due to torrential rains in Poyang county, Shangrao city in China's central Jiangxi province. The vast Yangtze drainage area has been lashed by torrential rains since last month, leaving 141 people dead or missing and forcing the evacuation of millions m...
76th anniversary of D-Day
A person walks along the shores of Omaha Beach prior to a D-Day 76th anniversary ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, Saturday, June 6, 2020. Due to coronavirus measures many ceremonies and memorials have been cancelled in the region with the exception of very small gatherings. AP World War II D-Day veteran and Penobscot Eld...
'I can't breathe'
A protester holds a sign with an image of George Floyd during protests Wednesday, May 27, 2020, in Minneapolis against the death of Floyd in Minneapolis police custody earlier in the week. AP An officer swings a baton as demonstrators clash with police as they protest the death of George Floyd, Saturday, May 30, 2020, near the White House in Washington. Floyd died after ...
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