Kiev (Ukraine): A woman takes a selfie in front of a destroyed Russian tank. Photo: Mykhaylo Palinchak/dpa.
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San Francisco (US): Mayor of London Sadiq Khan (R) and Mayor of San Francisco London Breed arrive for the San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies baseball game at Oracle Park before pitching the first ball to start the game, during his five-day visit to the US in a bid to boost London's tourism industry. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/dpa.
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Warsaw (Poland): Russia's ambassador to Poland, Sergey Andreev covered in red paint leaves the Soviet soldiers' cemetery following a ceremony on the day of the 77th anniversary of the 1945 Soviet victory against Nazi Germany. Andreev was hit with red paint by protesters opposed to the war in Ukraine at an annual Victory Day event. Photo: Attila Husejnow/dpa.
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Miami (US): American media personality Paris Hilton (C) arrives at the Miami Grand Prix Track to attend the Grand Prix of Miami Formula One race. Photo: Hasan Bratic/dpa.
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Luebeck-Travemuende (Germany): Ukrainian artist Iryna Kalyuzhna works on her sand sculpture 'Brazil' during the sand sculpture exhibition 'Journey around the world', which opens on 7 May and lasts until the end of October. Photo: Markus Scholz/dpa.
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Tampa (US): (L-R) European Space Agency astronaut Matthias Maurer, NASA astronauts Tom Marshburn, Raja Chari, and Kayla Barron, are seen inside the SpaceX Crew Dragon Endurance spacecraft onboard the SpaceX Shannon recovery ship shortly after having landed in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Tampa, Florida. The four astronauts are returning after 177 days in space as part of Expeditions 66 and 67 aboard the International Space Station. Photo: Aubrey Gemignani/NASA/dpa.
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Moscow (Russia): Military school cadets of the Russian army pose for a group photo on Big Ustinsky bridge ahead of a rehearsal for the Victory Day military parade. The parade will take place at Moscow's Red Square on 9 May to celebrate 77 years of the victory in WWII. Photo: Victor Berzkin/dpa.
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Bloomington (US): A pro-abortion protester hits with a placard a counter-protester speaking on a megaphone during a rally in front of the McLean County Museum of History in downtown Bloomington to protest the possibility of overturning the Roe v. Wade, a landmark decision of the US Supreme Court in which the Court ruled that the Constitution of the United States protects a pregnant woman's liberty to choose to have an abortion without excessive government restriction. Photo: Alan Look/dpa.
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New York (US): American socialite Kim Kardashian (2nd R) arrives to attend the 2022 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Photo: Sonia Moskowitz Gordon/dpa.
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Mecca (Saudi Arabia): Muslim worshippers participate in Eid al-Fitr prayers, signifying the end of the holy month of Ramadan, at the Great Mosque of Mecca. Photo: Saudi Press Agency/dpa.
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Bangkok (Thailand): Protesters dressed as pregnant women hold signs of C183, the International Labor Organization's law which is concerning maternity protection, during a protest organized by Thai labour unions and migrant labour unions at the Democracy Monument to mark the International Labor Day and call for workers' rights and maternity rights for women workers. Photo: Peerapon Boonyakiat/dpa.
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London (United Kingdom): People attend a mass Iftar gathering at Trafalgar Square to mark the final week of the Muslim's holy fasting month of Ramadan organised by the Ramadan Tent Project. Photo: Aaron Chown/dpa.
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Bogota (Colombia): Protesters clash with anti-riot police during a protest against the government of Colombian President Ivan Duque to mark the first anniversary of a social outbreak. Photo: Chepa Beltran/dpa.
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Baghdad (Iraq): Muslims eat their Iftar (breaking fast) meal during the Muslim's holy fasting month of Ramadan outside Sheikh Abdul Qadir Al-Jilani mosque. Photo: Ameer Al-Mohammedawi/dpa.
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Kiev (Ukraine): Vitali Klitschko (C), mayor of Kiev, talks to journalists near the Soviet-era monument during the demolition process, amid Russian invasion of Ukraine. The bronze sculpture of two workers was installed in the centre of Kiev in 1982 "to celebrate the reunification of Ukraine and Soviet Union". Photo: Sergei Chuzavkov/dpa.
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San Salvador (El Salvador): An armed soldier is on duty at the market during a state of emergency. In the fight against powerful youth gangs, the parliament in El Salvador has extended the state of emergency by 30 days. Photo: Camilo Freedman/dpa.
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Colina (Chile): Pilgrims dressed in traditional Cuasimodista clothes ride their horses during the traditional Cuasimodo horse riding procession on the Sunday after Easter. In this tradition the Pilgrims escort a priest, and the purpose is to bring communion to the sick and elderly who could not receive communion during Easter Sunday. Photo: Matias Basualdo/dpa.
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North Rhine-Westphalia, Luetzerath: Climate activists take part in a demonstration against the demolition of the village of Luetzerath to make way for the Garzweiler open pit mine. Photo: Henning Kaiser/dpa.
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Paine (Chile): A group of cows eats weeds that have grown on the bottom of the Aculeo lake, which was filled with water a few years ago. The country is experiencing the worst drought in its history. Photo: Matias Basualdo/dpa.
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Karachi (Pakistan): Muslims perform Friday prayers during Ramadan at New Memon Masjid. Photo: PPI/dpa.
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Elkton, Oregon (US): Children stand in front of a dead gray whale on the beach near Winchester Bay on the Pacific coast. Officials said it was a male whale in its late teens weighing about 6,000 pounds. The whale washed up on the beach a few days ago. Photo: Robin Loznak/dpa.
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Ahmedabad (India): UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad as he begins a two-day visit to India. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/dpa.
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Dohuk (Iraq): Iraqi Yazidi women hold lit candles and torches at the Lalish mountain valley and temple, the holiest shrine of the Yazidis, during the celebrations of the Red Wednesday, which marks the Yazidi New Year. The Red Wednesday falls on the first Wednesday of April according to the Rumi calendar, and symbolizes the creation of the universe. Photo: Ismael Adnan/dpa.
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New York (US): Paramedics transport a woman after she was stabbed in her leg at the 34 Herald Square subway. The Police continue to look for the suspect. Photo: Niyi Fote/dpa.
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Lviv (Ukraine): A woman prays as she celebrates Palm Sunday amid Russian invasion. Photo: Mykola Tys/dpa.
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Seville (Spain): Spanish bullfighter Morante de la Puebla performs a pass to a bull during the Easter Sunday Bullfight at the Real Maestranza de Caballeria bullring. Photo: Eduardo Briones/dpa.
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Istanbul (Turkey): Protesters hold placards and photos of their deceased relatives during a protest organized by the We Will Stop Femicide Association at the Kadikoy pier to prevent the dissolution of the association. In the lawsuit prepared by the Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor's Office demanding the dissolution of the We Will Stop Femicide Association, it was stated that the association engaged in activities contrary to the law and morality. Photo: Onur Dogman/dpa.
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Caracas (Venezuela): People take part in a reenactment of the Passion of Jesus Christ in Good Friday's procession in the Petare neighborhood. Photo: Jesus Vargas/dpa.
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Baghdad (Iraq): Vehicles drive amidst a sandstorm in Baghdad. A dust storm has been engulfing parts of Iraq for multiple days, reducing visibility and sending dozens to hospital with respiratory problems. Photo: Ameer Al-Mohammedawi/dpa.
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Dover (UK): Vacation travelers queue to check in for ferries at the port of Dover, as P&O services remain suspended during the Easter holidays. Photo: Gareth Fuller/dpa.
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Caracas (Venezuela): Catholic faithful carry a figure of Jesus with the cross during the Nazareno de San Pablo motorcade procession in the framework of Holy Week celebrations. Photo: Jesus Vargas/dpa.
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Sydney (Australia): Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (C) sewing during a visit to SpanSet webbing based facility on Day 3 of the 2022 federal election campaign. Photo: Mick Tsikas/dpa.
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Pyongyang (North Korea): A picture provided by the North Korean state news agency (KCNA) shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (2nd from R) cutting the red tape during a dedication ceremony for the Songhwa District, built in eastern Pyongyang and containing 50000 new apartments, resolving the capital city's housing shortage. Photo: KCNA.
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Palma (Spain): Several Nazarenes take part in the Palm Sunday procession. Palm Sunday commemorates the entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, which was honoured with palm branches, and marks the start of the pre-Easter Holy Week. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa.
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Malaga (Spain): Faithful gather around the statue of Christ and the Virgin Mary of the Cautivo brotherhood at the streets of Malaga during the Spanish Holy Week. Hundreds of processions take place throughout Spain during the Easter Holy Week after two years without celebrations due to the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Jesus Merida/dpa.
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Jerusalem (Palestinian Territories): Israeli undercover police force arrest protesters during clashes with Palestinians at Damascus Gate by the entrance to Jerusalem's Old City. Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/dpa.
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Kiev (Ukraine): Members of the Kiev Territorial Defense, Anastasiia Mokhina (L) and Viacheslav Hohlyuk kiss each other after they got married under the laws of martial law in Ukraine. Photo: Mykhaylo Palinchak/dpa.
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Irpin (Ukraine): A woman cries as she looks up at her damaged apartment building after returning to their home in Irpin in the aftermath of the Russian retreat from the villages surrounding Kiev. Photo: Laurel Chor/dpa.
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Darlington (UK): Charles (R), The Prince of Wales, and Queen Letizia of Spain (C) visit Auckland Castle in Bishop Auckland, County Durham. Photo: Russell Cheyne/dpa.
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Rio de Janeiro (Brazil): Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro (C) poses with Minister of the Environment Joaquim Leite (2nd L), Archbishop Orani Tempesta (3rd L) and Governor of Rio de Janeiro Sergio Castro (2nd R) at an event to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the construction of the statue "Cristo Redentor" (Christ the Redeemer). Photo: Alan Santos/dpa.
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Chrudim (Czech Republic): Soldiers of the 43rd Airborne Regiment prepare for their deployment to Slovakia in Chrudim. Up to 650 soldiers are to join troops in a multinational battlegroup in NATO partner country Slovakia to strengthen NATO's eastern flank. Slovakia shares a border of just under 100 kilometres with Ukraine, which was attacked by Russia a month ago. Photo: Vostárek Josef/dpa.
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Nablus (Palestinian Territories): A Palestinian woman prepares sweet halqum, an Iraqi-Turkish dessert, which is usually served during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, at her shop in the West Bank city of Nablus. Photo: Nasser Ishtayeh/dpa.
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Kuala Lumpur: (Malaysia): Observatory officers of Malaysia's Islamic Authority use a theodolite while performing Rukyatul Hilal, the sighting of the new moon which signals the start of the holy month of Ramadan. Photo: Mohd Daud/dpa.
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Zhezkazgan (Kazakhstan): Russian Search and Rescue teams arrive at the Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft shortly after it landed in a remote area near the Kazakh town of Zhezkazgan. Astronaut Mark Vande Hei joined cosmonauts Anton Shkaplerov and Pyotr Dubrov on their return trip to Earth, quashing speculation that Vande Hei might not fly back on the Russian spacecraft in light of tensions over the war in Ukraine. Photo: Bill Ingalls/NASA/dpa.
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London (UK): Charles (R), Prince of Wales, is shown a Whatsapp demonstration at the official opening of the new Meta offices in north London. Photo: Kirsty O'connor/dpa.
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Kiev (Ukraine): Ukrainian volunteers stack sandbags to protect the monument to Grand Duchess Olga of Kiev, Saint Andrew the First-Called Apostle and educators Cyril and Methodius from Russian army rocket attacks. Photo: Sergei Chuzavkov/dpa.
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Barcelona (Spain): Passers-by take a photo of a graffiti by Italian urban artist 'TVBoy', Salvatore Benintende, titled 'The Dream' depicting Russian president Vladimir Putin imprisoned behind bars, in protest to the ongoing Russian attacks on Ukraine. Photo: Matthias Oesterle/dpa.
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Los Angeles (Spain): Spanish actors Penelope Cruz (L) and her husband Javier Bardem arrive for the 94th annual Academy Awards ceremony at the Dolby Theatre. Photo: Kevin Sullivan/dpa.
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Sao Paulo (Brazil): Members of the X 9 Samba School take part in the rehearsal for the upcoming Sao Paulo Carnival 2022, at the Anhembi Sambadrome. The parades will take place on 22 and 23 April. Photo: Paulo Lopes/dpa.
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Windsor (United Kingdom): Queen Elizabeth II (L) talks to Pamela Harper (C) from British craftwork company, Halcyon Days, as she views a display of artefacts to commemorate the company's 70th anniversary in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle, Berkshire. Photo: Steve Parsons/dpa.
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Buenos Aires (Argentina): A group of artists perform a choreography, about the disappeared persons during the last military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983, while taking part in a protest on the Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice. Photo: Nacho Boullosa/dpa.
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Odessa (Ukraine): Civilians receive military training in using weapons at a training centre in the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa. Photo: Louai Barakat/dpa.
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Toronto (Canada): Pedestrians cross a street in Toronto. Mask mandate against COVID-19 has been lifted in Canadian Province Ontario after almost a year and a half. Photo: Katherine Cheng/dpa.
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Moscow (Russia): Russian people hold flags on the sidelines of a concert held to mark the eighth anniversary of Russia's annexation of Crimea. Photo: Str/dpa.
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Belize City (Belize): Prince William (R), the Duke of Cambridge, and his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, visit the Che 'il chocolate farm in Belize as part of their tour of the Caribbean on behalf of the Queen to mark her Platinum Jubilee. Photo: Paul Edwards/dpa.
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Kiev (Ukraine): Residents of the Podil neighbourhood inspect the rubble of an apartment following a Russian shelling in the neighbourhood. Photo: Matthew Hatcher/dpa.
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Uzhhorod (Ukraine): Relatives grieve during the military funeral of three Ukrainian servicemen (staff sergeant Mykola Chyzh, commander of an engineering and sapper unit, sergeant Ihor Myronenko and officer Myroslav Diuryk) who perished in the fight against Russian troops at the Hill of Glory in Uzhhorod. Photo: Ukrinform/dpa.
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Kabul (Afghanistan): Poor people sit in front of a bakery waiting for anyone willing to give them a few slices of Afghan flatbread or naan-e-Afghani. Photo: Nina Muslim/dpa.
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Wroclaw (Poland): Refugees from Ukraine stay at a reception point which was set up in a sports hall in Wroclaw. According to the United Nations' International Organization for Migration, around 3 million people have fled the war in Ukraine. Photo: Krzysztof Kaniewski/dpa.
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Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates): UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson arrives for a media interview at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi during his visit to the United Arab Emirates. Johnson will hold meetings with UAE's Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed in Abu Dhabi, and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Riyadh, where he hopes to strengthen ties with the nations to tackle Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/dpa.
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Lviv (Ukraine): People stay inside a bunker, following air raid sirens amid Russian invasion. Photo: Daniel Ceng Shou-Yi/dpa.
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Tunis (Tunisia): Tunisians gather as they take part in a protest to demand the dissolution of Parliament. Photo: Hasan Mrad/dpa.
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Medyka (Poland): Luca from France waits to cross the border from Poland to Ukraine to join the fight against Russian troops. Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa.
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Warsaw (Poland): A Ukrainian refugee kid plays at a makeshift nursery set up by volunteers inside the facilities of the Warsaw railway station. Photo: Hector Adolfo Quintanar Perez/dpa.
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Kosice (Slovakia): Refugees from Ukraine stay at the gymnasium of the Secondary Vocational School of Beauty Services at Gemerska Street in Kosice. Photo: Frantiöek Iv·n/dpa.
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Surat Thani (Thailand): Passengers disembark a Thai AirAsia plane at Surat Thani International Airport. Tourism resumes in Thailand as entry requirements are relaxed for 'Test and Go,' the country's quarantine-free entry scheme under Thailand Pass. Photo: Matt Hunt/dpa.
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Mexico City (Mexico): Women attack police barricades meant to protect the National Palace, the seat of government, during a protest in downtown Mexico City on International Women's Day. Photo: Jair Cabrera Torres/dpa.
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Manila (Philippines): Policemen block activists as they march to mark International Women's Day in Manila, Philippines. Various groups protested against the series of oil price hikes in the country and called for the rights and struggles of women. Photo: Basilio Sepe/dpa.
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Barcelona (Spain): Passers-by look at a graffiti by Italian urban artist 'TVBoy', Salvatore Benintende, titled 'Stop The Madness' and depicting Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky holding a Stop sign in the national colors, in protest to the ongoing Russian attacks on Ukraine. Photo: Matthias Oesterle/dpa.
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Lviv (Ukraine): Ukrainian soldiers ready to reach the front-line in Lviv. Photo: Vincenzo Circosta/dpa.
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Irpin (Ukraine): A Ukrainian soldier checks the papers of a fleeing civilian on a street in Irpin. More than a milion people have fled Ukraine to the neighbouring countries due to the Russian invasion. Photo: Diego Herrera/dpa.
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Moscow (Russia): People queue to withdraw US dollars from a Tinkoff ATM in a supermarket on Tverskaya Street. The small hall where the ATM is located could not accommodate all the people who wanted to withdraw the foreign currency. The Russian military's invasion of Ukraine has caused the Russian ruble to plummet, leaving people anxiously lining up outside banks and ATMs to withdraw US dollars, fearing that their savings may lose even more value in the near future. Photo: Vlad Karkov/dpa.
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Lemberg (Ukraine): Ukrainian volunteers weld together anti-tank hedgehogs from steel girders. The anti-tank hedgehogs are distributed to various defensive positions to slow down the Russian attack. Photo: Pavlo Palamarchuk/dpa.
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Denpasar (Indonesia): A couple wears the Flag of Ukraine to cover their body. Hundreds of Ukrainian citizens and pro-Ukraine supporters in Bali held a peace rally against Russia's invasion of Ukraine at the Bajra Sandhi Monument of Denpasar. Photo: Dicky Bisinglasi/dpa.
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Barcelona (Spain): A robot barman with 5G application taps drinks at the Mobile World Congress mobile communications trade fair. This year's fair is the first major edition of the most important industry gathering in three years in view of the Corona crisis. The organizers expect 40,000 to 60,000 visitors. Photo: Andrej Sokolow/dpa.
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New York (US): Protesters hold placards during a protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine at the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in New York. Photo: Brian Branch Price/dpa.
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Rio De Janeiro (Brazil): Members of the Imperatriz Leopoldinense samba school parade during the opening event of the Rio de Janeiro City Carnival in the Cidade do Samba. The official parade of Rio de Janeiro's samba schools will not take place until April, as it was postponed this year due to the outbreak of the coronavirus (Covid-19). Photo: Fernando Souza/dpa.
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Mae Wang (Thailand): An officer of the Thai Border Police Region 3 stands guard in the district while an opium poppy field is destroyed near Mae Wang in Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand. Opium, or heroin, is produced from the opium poppy. Afghanistan is the world's largest opium producer, Myanmar the second largest and Thailand the third largest. Photo: Pongmanat Tasiri/dpa.
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Binnish (Syria): Syrian children sit next to a mural painted by painters in solidarity with Ukraine on a wall of a destroyed home in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Photo: Anas Alkharboutli/dpa.
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London (UK): Hundreds of Ukrainians and their supporters take part in a protest in front of the Embassy of the Russian Federation for a solidarity with Ukraine. Photo: Hesther Ng/dpa.
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Las Vegas (US): Aron and Rachel San Juan pose for a photo with a 2/22/22 sign at the Chapel of the Flowers wedding chapel in Las Vegas. The venue's two locations had 200 weddings scheduled for the palindrome date when otherwise a normal busy day would include 50 ceremonies. Photo: David Becker/dpa.
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Kawartha Lakes (Canada): Lindsey Lie-Paehlke with her sons Odin and Lawrence hike across Doube's Trestle Bridge a historical landmark and part of the Trans Canada Trail in Kawartha Lakes. Photo: Fred Thornhill/dpa.
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New York (US): People attend the 24th Annual Chinatown Lunar New Year parade in New York City. 2022 marks the Year of the Tiger. Photo: Syed Yaqeen/dpa.
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Malaga (Spain): A participant prepares for the qualifiers of the contest of groupings of Carnival which has begun in the Theatre of Dramatic Art of the ESAD of Malaga as part of the Warm Winter Festival. Photo: Lorenzo Carnero/dpa.
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Portugal. Smoke rises from a freighter in the Atlantic Ocean south of the Azores. A freighter carrying about 4000 German cars belonging to the Volkswagen Group caught fire, according to the Portuguese Navy. The 22 crew members had abandoned the almost 200-metre-long Felicity Ace and were brought to safety. Photo: Marinha Portugal.
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Petropolis (Brazil): Rescue workers and residents search for victims in an area affected by landslides in Petropolis. The death toll in the mountainous region of the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro has risen to more than 100 following landslides and flooding caused by heavy rain. Photo: Andre Borges/dpa.
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Yarnworth (United Kingdom): National Trust conservators clean the Corridor Mosaic - one of the longest in-situ mosaics in the country - using sponges, brushes and cotton wool to remove the naturally occurring salt deposits and restore the 4th-century tiles at the Chedworth Roman Villa in Yarnworth, Gloucestershire. Photo: Ben Birchall/dpa.
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Lisbon (Portugal): Sporting fans arrive outside the Jose Alvalade Stadium prior to the start of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 1st Leg soccer match between Sporting Lisbon and Manchester City. Photo: Isabel Infantes/dpa.
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Madrid (Spain): A group of feminist activists from the FEMEN movement demonstrate in the framework of Valentine's Day to denounce the latest homicides in Spain. Photo: Diego Radames/dpa.
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Barcelona (Spain): A fire beast sets off its flying sparks during Barcelona's winter city festival 'Santa Eulalia'. Photo: Matthias Oesterle/dpa.
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Windsor (Canada): Truckers and supporters block the access leading from the Ambassador Bridge, linking Detroit and Windsor, as truckers and their supporters continue to protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and restrictions. Photo: Nathan Denette/dpa.
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Montevideo (Uruguay): A dancer takes part in the Montevideo Carnival parade in the capital of Uruguay. Photo: Santiago Mazzarovich/dpa.
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Vinnytsia (Ukraine): Civilians take part in the military training 'Preparation to defend the Motherland' at the city's educational and analytical center in preparation for a possible Russian invasion. Photo: Ukrinform/dpa.
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Pereira (Colombia): People help rescue workers search for survivors after a at least 15 people have died as a result of a landslide triggered by heavy rain in central Colombia. Photo: Streitkräfte/dpa.
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Nablus (Palestinian Territories): Mourners carry a dead body during the funeral of three Palestinian who were killed by Israeli security forces in Nablus. The Palestinians were part of a terrorist cell in the Nablus area, according to the Israeli police, adding that the group was responsible for armed attacks on Israeli soldiers and civilians in recent weeks. Photo: Nasser Ishtayeh/dpa.
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Hurghada (Egypt): Tourists stand in the water at a hotel beach in Hurghada. About 125,000 Russian tourists visited Egypt in the first two weeks of the year 2022. Photo: picture alliance / Benno Schwinghammer/dpa.
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Zamora (Spain): A woman dressed in traditional costumes jumps over a bonfire to commemorate the day of Santa Agueda in Andavias. Photo: Emilio Fraile/dpa.
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Zhangjiakou (China): Skiers in action during the Men's Cross Country 2 x 15 km Skiathlon at Zhangjiakou National CC Skiing Centre during the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa.
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Gross Sankt Florian (Austria): A general view of the wreckage of a MUV hit by a train. Photo: Katrin Knass-Rossmann/FF Gross ST. Florian/dpa.
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Muscat (Oman): Queen Mathilde of Belgium and the wife of the Sultan of Oman Haitham bin Tariq Al Said, Lady Ahad bint Abdullah meet at the Al Alam Palace. Photo: Hand Out/BELGA/dpa.
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Montevideo (Uruguay): Followers of the Umbanda Afro-American take part in a ritual offering tribute to Yemanja, the African goddess of the sea. Devotees traditionally mark the day dressed in white while carrying a statue of Yemanja to the beach, along with lighting candles and tossing flowers and other offerings into the sea. Photo: Santiago Mazzarovich/dpa.
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Canberra (Australia): Police arrest a 'freedom' protester at their makeshift camp next to the National Library. A group of anti-vaccination protesters who targeted the prime minister will be moved on from an unapproved camp near the National Library. Photo: Mick Tsikas/dpa.
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Kathmandu (Nepal): Nepalese Hindu devotees perform rituals during the Swasthani Brata Katha Festival. Photo: Amit Machamasi/dpa.
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Melbourne (Australia): Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal poses with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup. Nadal won a record 21st Grand Slam and his second Australian Open title on Sunday after a thrilling five set victory over Russia's Daniil Medvedev. Photo: Joel Carrett/dpa.
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Londonderry (Northern Ireland): A man walks past graffiti on a wall in the Creggan area of Derry ahead of a remembrance walk to mark the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, where British soldiers shot 28 unarmed civilians during a protest march against internment in Londonderry on 30 January 1972. Photo: Brian Lawless/dpa.
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Beijing (China): Speed skaters train in the National Speed Skating Hall 'The Ice Ribbon', ahead of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, taking place from 04 February to 20 February under strict coronavirus measures. Photo: Peter Kneffel/dpa.
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Ventanilla (Peru): Units work to clean up the oil spill at Cavero beach after about 6,000 barrels (159 liters each) of oil spilled during the unloading of a tanker at the La Pampilla refinery owned by Spanish energy company Repsol. Photo: Gian Masko/dpa.
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Tolcze (Poland): Construction vehicles are seen working to build a wall along the border with Belarus. Poland has started building wall on its eastern border intended to block migrants pushed by Belarus, in what the European Union calls a “hybrid attack,” from crossing illegally into EU territory. Photo: Attila Husejnow/dpa.