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Tuesday November 21, Our World in Pictures

November 21, 2017 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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ZIMBABWE — President Resigns: Zimbabweans celebrate outside the parliament building immediately after hearing the news that President Robert Mugabe had resigned in downtown Harare on Tuesday. Mugabe resigned as president with immediate effect Tuesday after 37 years in power, shortly after parliament began impeachment proceedings against him.

FLORIDA — Administration Ends Temporary Residency Permit Program: Protesters march to President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, where he will be spending the Thanksgiving holiday on Tuesday in West Palm Beach. They were protesting the Trump administration’s decision to end a temporary residency permit that has allowed almost 60,000 citizens from Haiti to live and work in the United States since an earthquake shook the Caribbean nation in 2010.

HAITI — Cleaning the Streets: Ladeniese Bordron, a 55-year-old woman who used to support herself selling clothes imported from Miami and who is now supported by relatives, pauses as she shovels away sewage water in the street that passes her home in the Cite Soleil slum of Port-au-Prince on Tuesday.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Trump Pardons Turkey: White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, left, reacts after her son Huck, 4, climbed up the podium in the White House briefing room during a preview to the media of a turkey that is set to be pardoned by President Donald Trump on Tuesday at the White House.

CHINA — Getting Ready for the Show: Model Georgia Fowler of New Zealand is made up backstage before the Victoria’s Secret fashion show at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai Monday. The Victoria’s Secret fashion show takes place with performances from singer Harry Styles and R&B star Miguel.

KENYA —Supreme Court Upholds Re-Election: A car is set ablaze by opposition supporters in Kisumu on Monday after Kenya’s Supreme Court on Monday upheld President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election in a repeat vote that the opposition boycotted while saying electoral reforms had not been made. The decision appeared to put an end to a monthslong political drama never before seen in Africa that has left dozens dead.

ARGENTINA — Search Continues for Missing Submarine: People wave to the Argentine destroyer Sarandi as it leaves a Navy base in Mar del Plata to participate in the search of the missing submarine on Tuesday. The search continues for the missing submarine that had 44 crew members aboard. It went missing on Nov. 15 in the South Atlantic.

ENGLAND — City Decorates for the Holidays: Visitors walk through a tunnel covered in lights, as part of an illuminated Christmas trail through Kew Gardens in London on Tuesday.

HONDURAS – Guarding Election Ballots: A soldier guards boxes of election ballots at a Supreme Electoral Tribunal warehouse in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Monday. Honduras will hold general elections on Nov. 26. 

ARGENTINA – Lanus Stadium: This photo shows Argentina’s Lanus stadium and surrounded neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lanus, a small club from Buenos Aires suburbs, qualified for the first time in its history to the final of the Copa Libertadores, and will face Brazil’s Gremio in the Copa Libertadores final on Nov. 22 and 29. 

GERMANY – Storm Clouds Hang: Dark clouds hang over German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier’s residence Bellevue Palace prior to a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Monday. German Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged early Monday to maintain stability after the Free Democratic Party pulled out of talks on forming a new government with her conservative bloc and the left-leaning Greens. 

KENYA – Assisting the Injured: A supporter of opposition leader Raila Odinga is assisted after being injured by supporters of Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta in Mathare slums in Nairobi, Kenya, Monday. Kenya’s Supreme Court on Monday upheld President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election in a repeat vote that the opposition boycotted while saying electoral reforms had not been made. The decision appeared to put an end to a months-long political drama never before seen in Africa that has left dozens dead. 


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