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Our world in photos: July 9

July 9, 2020 Noah Singer
GERMANY — Bright morning: The sun rose beyond a pier at Timmendorfer Strand on Thursday. Photo: Michael Probst/AP

 

TEXAS — Tragic news: Dr. Joseph Varon notified the family of a patient who died inside the Coronavirus Unit at United Memorial Medical Center on Monday in Houston. Photo: David J. Phillip/AP

 

JAPAN — Going up: An employee wearing a protective mask and face shield bowed to guests as elevator doors closed in Tokyo on Thursday. Photo: Eugene Hoshiko/AP

 

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SERBIA — Changing plans: Serbian riot police clashed with protesters in Belgrade on Wednesday over a scrapped plan to reinstate a coronavirus lockdown. Photo: Darko Vojinovic/AP

 

CUBA — Already home: Feridia Rojas, a retired nurse, wore a cardboard box as a protective measure in Havana on Wednesday. The message on the box reads, “I’m home, and you?” Photo: Ramon Espinosa/AP

 

GERMANY — Round of applause: Members of the European Parliament applauded after German Chancellor Angela Merkel, top left, addressed the plenary chamber in Brussels on Wednesdays. Photo: Olivier Matthys/AP

 

BRITAIN — Finishing touch: A miniature social distancing sign was placed in a model of a shop at the Wimborne Model Town and Gardens in Wimborne on Thursday. Photo: Andrew Matthews/PA via AP

 

ISRAEL — Making it work: Ultra-Orthodox Jews prayed next to their house in Bnei Brak on Thursday, as synagogues are limited to twenty people amid the pandemic. Photo: Oded Balilty/AP

 


BOSNIA — Remembering together: Bosnians, some of them survivors of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, participated on Wednesday in a peace march near Crni Vrh along the path taken 25 years ago by people trying to escape the advancing Serb forces. Photo: Kemal Softic/AP

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