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Our world in photos: November 6

November 6, 2020 Noah Singer
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MICHIGAN — Facing off: An argument broke out while Trump supporters demonstrated against election results in Detroit on Thursday. There has been no evidence of widespread fraud or corruption amid the ballot count. Photo: David Goldman/AP

 

NEW YORK — Marching through: Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ+ demonstrators marched through the West Village during a “We Choose Freedom” rally in New York City on Thursday. Photo: Seth Wenig/AP

 

BRITAIN — Mass testing: A member of the public swabbed herself on the first day of a mass testing pilot program in Liverpool on Friday. The program provides for the weekly testing of Liverpool’s entire population. Photo: Jon Super/AP

 

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SPAIN — Critical care: A doctor paused as others performed a tracheotomy on a COVID-19 patient in critical care at Barcelona’s Hospital del Mar on Thursday. Photo: Emilio Morenatti/AP

 

NEVADA — Election protest: Supporters of President Donald Trump protested the Nevada vote count in Las Vegas on Wednesday, despite there being no evidence of widespread fraud or corruption amid the ballot-counting process. Photo: John Locher/AP

 

HONDURAS — Flooded streets: A pregnant woman was carried in Planeta on Thursday out of an area flooded by water brought by Tropical Storm Eta. Photo: Delmer Martinez/AP

 

ITALY — Pushing back: Taxi drivers staged a protest in Rome on Friday against restrictions, including a curfew, imposed by the government in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. Photo: Andrew Medichini/AP

 

IRAN — Side by side: Seen through a translucent podium, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, left, and Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, right, arrived to give a press conference at the Foreign Ministry in Caracas on Thursday amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: Matias Delacroix/AP

 

GERMANY — Honoring victims: Protestant Bishop Christian Staeblein, from left, Catholic Archbishop Heiner Koch, Imam Mohamed Taha Sabri and Rabbi Andreas Nacham attended a memorial event in front of the Austrian embassy in Berlin on Friday to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks in Vienna. Photo: Michael Sohn/AP

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