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Our world in photos: June 3

June 3, 2020 Noah Singer
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OREGON — Nine minutes: Marchers lay on the Burnside Bridge for nine minutes on Tuesday, to symolize the amount of time a Minneapolis police officer knelt on George Floyd’s neck. Photo: Sean Meagher/The Oregonian via AP


VIRGINIA — Facing off: Protesters kneeled before Hampton police officers in Hampton during a rally against police brutality sparked by the death of George Floyd. Photo: Jonathon Gruenke/The Virginian-Pilot via AP


INDIANA — Demanding justice: Marchers kneeled silently for nine minutes at the South Bend Police Station on Tuesday during a march for justice for George Floyd. Photo: Michael Caterina/South Bend Tribune via AP


NETHERLANDS — Crossing over: Thousands of people lined Erasmus Bridge to take part in a demonstration in Rotterdam on Wednesday to protest the recent killing of George Floyd. Photo: Peter Dejong/AP


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KENYA — On the move: Children ran down a street past an informational mural warning people about the dangers of the coronavirus in Nairobi on Wednesday. Photo: Brian Inganga/AP


COLOMBIA — Missing home: The child of a homeless Venezuelan migrant peered from a tent at an encampment in Bogota on Wednesday. Facing travel restrictions and unemployment due to the COVID-19 crisis, Venezuelan migrants are waiting for help to get home. Photo: Fernando Vergara/AP


JAPAN — New beginning: A visitor walked at Odaiba at sunset on Wednesday in Tokyo. Japan’s coronavirus state of emergency has been lifted, ending nationwide restrictions as businesses begin to reopen. Photo: Eugene Hoshiko/AP


GERMANY — Asking for help: New cars were stored at the ‘Logport’ (logistic port) in Duisburg on Wednesday. The car industry is expecting help from the German government during the coronavirus pandemic economy crisis. Photo: Martin Meissner/AP


INDONESIA — Keeping clean: A worker sprayed disinfectant in an attempt to help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Jakarta on Wednesday. Photo: Achmad Ibrahim/AP

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