Our world in photos: April 12
INDIA — Harvest: On Sunday, an Indian farmer carried a wheat crop after harvesting at Ganeshpur village, in Sonbhadra district of Uttar Pradesh state.
Photo: Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP
MINNESOTA — Grieving: The family and friends of Daunte Wright, 20, grieved at 63rd Avenue North and Lee Avenue North hours after they said he was shot and killed by police on Sunday, in Brooklyn Center. Photo: Aaron Lavinsky/Star Tribune via AP
ECUADOR — Runoff election: Voters lined up at a polling station during a presidential runoff election in Guayaquil, on Sunday. Photo: Angel Dejesus/AP
GEORGIA — New champion: Hideki Matsuyama, of Japan, celebrated after putting on the champion’s green jacket after winning the Masters golf tournament on Sunday, in Augusta. Matsuyama is the first-ever Japanese professional golfer to win a men’s major golf championship, Photo: Gregory Bull/AP
MARYLAND — Jump catch: Boston Red Sox center fielder Enrique Hernandez jumped to make a catch near the wall on a ball hit by Rio Ruiz of the Baltimore Orioles during the eighth inning of a baseball game on Sunday, in Baltimore. Photo: Julio Cortez/AP
SPAIN — Silent disco: People danced as they took part in a Silent Disco session in front of the sea in Barcelona, on Sunday. A Silent Disco is an event where everybody wearing noise-canceling headphones dances in a group while respecting social distancing regulations. Participants could choose one of the multiple channels of music to dance to, so ravers are dancing to different songs at the same time. Photo: Emilio Morenatti/AP
BRITAIN — Opening up: Men got their hair cut at a busy hairdresser in London on Monday. Millions of people in England got their first chance in months for haircuts, casual shopping and restaurant meals on Monday, as the government took the next step on its lockdown-lifting road map. Photo: Frank Augstein/AP
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