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Our world in photos: May 29

May 29, 2020 Noah Singer
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JAPAN — Flying over: Blue Impulse, the aerobatic demonstration team of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, flew over Tokyo on Friday to honor medical workers. Photo: Kyodo News via AP


INDIA — Traveling home: A child of a migrant worker waited with others in Hyderabad on Thursday for transportation to return to their home state. India’s two-month-old lockdown is set to end on Sunday. Photo: Mahesh Kumar A./AP


KASHMIR — Hard at work: A worker loaded fodder for cattle at Nigeen Lake in Srinagar on Thursday. Photo: Mukhtar Khan/AP


ARIZONA — Graduation day: Graduating seniors of Brophy College Preparatory waited their turn to walk to the stage individually in Phoenix on Thursday. The class of 2020 crossed the stage over a several-day period in order to meet social distancing protocols. Photo: Ross D. Franklin/AP


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BRAZIL — Joyful drive: Thiago do Nascimento (right) and Keilla de Almeida wore masks as they kissed during their drive-through wedding in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday. Photo: Silvia Izquierdo/AP


SPAIN — Mourning a loss: Teresa Navarro on Thursday showed a picture of her mother, Concepcion Rosinos, who died of the coronavirus in a nursing home. More than 19,000 coronavirus deaths in Spain’s nursing homes have prompted a re-examination of the system. Photo: Bernat Armangue/AP


INDONESIA — Making space: Muslims social distanced during prayers at the Al Barkah Grand Mosque in Bekasi on Friday. Photo: Achmad Ibrahim/AP


BRAZIL — Tragic times: Relatives mourned at the Vila Formosa cemetery in Sao Paulo on Thursday as they watched cemetery workers bury Iziquiel Sampaio de Souza, who died of COVID-19. Photo: Andre Penner/AP


FRANCE — Stress relief: Medical workers Kenza (center) and Nassima (left) attended a training session with French boxer Hassan N’Dam at the Villeneuve-Saint-Georges hospital on Wednesday. N’Dam is coaching hospital staff to provide stress relief. Photo: Christophe Ena/AP

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