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Our world in photos: August 3

August 3, 2020 Noah Singer
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PERU — Cemetery walk: Brother Ronald Marin, a 30-year-old layworker from Venezuela, walked along a paved dirt road inside the Martires 19 de Julio cemetery in Comas on Saturday. Photo: Rodrigo Abd/AP


CUBA — Temperature check: A nurse measured the temperature of a mourner wearing a Mexican hat and a protective face mask in Old Havana on Saturday. Photo: Ramon Espinosa/AP


HONG KONG — New facility: Rows of beds sat empty at a temporary field hospital in Hong Kong on Saturday. The new COVID-19 patient holding facility can accommodate up to 500 adult patients. Photo: Kin Cheung/AP


OREGON — Justice for all: Bobbi Snethen, right, held a sign during a protest caravan for Black Lives Matter in Portland on Friday. Photo: Noah Berger/AP


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VENEZUELA — In mid-air: Lisandro Sanchez, a 55-year-old skateboarder, performed a trick at an empty skatepark in Caracas on Sunday. Photo: Matias Delacroix/AP


MEXICO — Drive-in Mass: Father Tomas Torres Najera and Father Roberto Carrasco, wearing protective masks, held a drive-in Mass for parishioners in Morelos on Sunday. Photo: Marco Ugarte/AP


NEW HAMPSHIRE — Giant lobster: Driver Brad Keselowski held a giant lobster to celebrate his victory in a NASCAR Cup Series auto race in Loudon on Sunday. Photo: Charles Krupa/AP


PHILIPPINES — Praying together: Parishioners wearing masks prayed during a Mass at the Our Lady of Consolation Parish in Quezon City on Sunday. Photo: Aaron Favila/AP


JERUSALEM — Blocking a road: Protesters blocked a main road during a protest outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s residence on Sunday. Protesters demanded that Netanyahu resign, as he faces corruption charges and a deepening pandemic. Photo: Oded Balilty/AP

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