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Tuesday July 11, Our World in Pictures

July 11, 2017 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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THE BRONX — Family Attends Funeral: Genesis Villella, center, and twins Delilah and Peter Vega, children of slain New York City Police Officer Miosotis Familia, participate during her funeral at the World Changers Church on Tuesday. Familia was on duty in the Bronx when she was killed by Alexander Bonds, on July 5. Bonds was killed in a confrontation with police officers as he fled the scene.

BOSNIA — Remembering a Tragedy: A Muslim woman cries near the coffin of her relative during a funeral ceremony for the 71 victims at the memorial center of Potocari near Srebrenica on Tuesday. Twenty-two years ago Serb troops overran the eastern Bosnian Muslim enclave of Srebrenica and executed some 8,000 Muslim people, which international courts have labeled as an act of genocide.

SPAIN — People Participate in Annual Festival: Revelers run in front of Jandilla’s fighting bulls during the Running of the Bulls at the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona on Tuesday. People from around the world flock to Pamplona every year to take part in the eight days of the Running of the Bulls.

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SOUTH KOREA — Sunflowers Fill a Field: People visit a field of sunflowers at a farm in Suwon on Tuesday. South Korean Meteorological Administration issued a heat wave warning in Seoul and other cities.

ECUADOR — Saying Goodbye: A supporter gets emotional as she says farewell to Ecuador’s former President Rafael Correa in Quito on Monday. Correa left the country to live with his family in Belgium.

HOMECREST — Home Stands Tall: This handsome house on Avenue S looks fine in the bright sunshine.

NEW JERSEY – Packed PATH: A PATH train packed with commuters is ready for departure from the PATH station in Hoboken Terminal, Monday in Hoboken, N.J. Amtrak began extensive repairs Monday to tracks and signals in Penn Station, affecting several hundred thousand commuters on the Long Island Rail Road and New Jersey Transit. Fewer trains during peak periods means a more crowded commute, even on alternative routes like the PATH train. 

VENEZUELA – Bleeding Protester: An injured anti-government protester is removed from clashes with security forces, during a call by the opposition to block roads for 10 hours in Caracas, Venezuela, Monday. Opposition protests demanding new elections and decrying triple-digit inflation, food shortages and worsening crime continue as President Nicolas Maduro pushes forward with his plan to draft a new constitution. 

CHILE – People Protest “Bus of Freedom:” Police confront people protesting the self-proclaimed “Bus of freedom,” which rejects transgender children in schools, next to an art museum in Santiago, Chile, Monday. Demonstrators aboard the bus were met by counter-protesting gay rights activists after they drove past the presidential palace in Santiago on Monday. 

MEXICO – Preparing Grave: In this photo, a cemetery worker prepares a new grave next to where six members of the Martinez family are buried in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz state, Mexico. All died in the house where they washed cars for $1 each. 

WASHINGTON D.C. – Demonstrator Arrested at Capitol: A demonstrator is taken into custody by U.S. Capitol Police as activists protest against the Republican health care bill outside the offices of Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Monday on Capitol Hill in Washington. 

SPAIN – Ritual Entrance to Arena: Bullfighters make the ‘paseillo’ or ritual entrance to the arena before a bullfight at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, northern Spain, Monday. 

CALIFORNIA – Walking Down a Hill on Twin Peaks: Pedestrians walk down a hill on Twin Peaks as fog covers the view of the skyline in San Francisco, Monday. 


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