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Our world in photos: June 10

June 10, 2021 By Michaela Keil
PALESTINE — Mourning: Palestinian women mourned during the funeral of a Palestinian security officer, Tayseer Issa, in the West Bank city of Jenin, on Thursday. Israeli troops shot and killed three Palestinians, including two security officers, in a shootout that erupted in the West Bank town of Jenin during what appeared to be an Israeli arrest raid overnight, Palestinian officials said on Thursday.
Photo: Majdi Mohammed/AP

 

MINNEAPOLIS — Out of reach: New York Yankees center fielder Brett Gardner couldn’t make the catch on a triple by Minnesota Twins’ Alex Kirilloff during the ninth inning of a baseball game on Wednesday, in Minneapolis. The Yankees won 9-6.
Photo: Jim Mone/AP

 

MEXICO — Sinkhole: A water-filled sinkhole grew on a farming field in Zacatepec, on the outskirts of Puebla on Tuesday. Authorities said an underground river is responsible.
Photo: Pablo Spencer/AP

 

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BRAZIL — Peace: On Wednesday, a woman held a sign that reads “Peace” in Portuguese during a protest against the death of Kathlen Romeu, a young pregnant woman killed by a stray bullet in Rio de Janeiro. Stray bullets have struck at least six pregnant women in Rio since 2017, but Romeu was the first to die, according to Crossfire, a non-governmental data project that tracks armed violence.
Photo: Bruna Prado/AP

 

PHILIPPINES — Practice: Medical student Gus Maglinao performed Barton’s bandaging on a standardized patient during their face-to-face class at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila on Thursday. The government allowed some medical schools to start limited face-to-face classes on their campuses as the country continued practicing health protocols to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Photo: Aaron Favila/AP

 

COLOMBIA — Protest: A Misak Indigenous woman took part in an anti-government protest triggered by proposed tax increases on public services, fuel, wages, and pensions, in Bogota on Wednesday.
Photo: Fernando Vergara/AP

 

BRITAIN — Cycling: Britain’s Prince Charles cycled with representatives of the British Asian Trust at Highgrove in Gloucestershire before they embarked on the charity’s “Palaces on Wheels” cycling event, in England, on Thursday
Photo: Arthur Edwards/Pool Photo via AP

 

PENNSYLVANIA — Vigil: Izeyah Clancy, a 17-year-old boy, was shot and killed on May 27, in a Pittsburgh neighborhood. NeeNee Williams, left, comforted his mother Earlence Clancy, after releasing balloons in his memory in front of the Lighthouse Church in the St. Clair section of Pittsburgh on Wednesday.
Photo: Jack Myer/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP

 

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MARYLAND — Release: Avian ecologist and Georgetown University Ph.D. student Emily Williams released an American Robin, too light to be fitted with an Argos satellite tag, after gathering samples and data and applying bands, on Wednesday, in Cheverly. The American Robin is an iconic songbird in North America, its bright chirp a harbinger of spring. Yet its migratory habits remain a bit mysterious to scientists.
Photo: Carolyn Kaster/AP

 

ARIZONA — Crossing: Cuban migrant Alain Rios, left, got a helping hand from his wife, Katia Maden, as they walked toward a gap in the border wall in Yuma on Wednesday, seeking asylum in the U.S. The pair mainly walked, over the course of four months, from Venezuela, before Rios sprained his ankle just steps away from reaching the U.S. The couple joined dozens of other asylum-seekers that day who passed through the gap to waiting U.S. Border Patrol agents.
Photo: Eugene Garcia/AP

 

MARYLAND — Solar eclipse: A partial solar eclipse rose behind clouds on Thursday morning in Arbutus.
Photo: Julio Cortez/AP

 

KASHMIR — Vaccination: A health worker administered the AstraZeneca vaccine for COVID-19 to a Kashmiri farmer at Minnar village, north of Srinagar, on Thursday.
Photo: Mukhtar Khan/AP

 

MICHIGAN — Catch: Seattle Mariners second baseman Donovan Walton caught the relay throw from left fielder Jake Fraley but was unable to tag Detroit Tigers’ Jake Rogers during the fourth inning of a baseball game on Thursday, in Detroit.
Photo: Carlos Osorio/AP

 

BRITAIN — Celebration: New Zealand’s Matt Henry celebrated the dismissal of England captain Joe Root during the first day of the second cricket test match between England and New Zealand at Edgbaston in Birmingham, England on Thursday.
Photo: Rui Vieira/AP

 

BRITAIN — Washed away: A woman walked her dogs as the incoming tide began to wash away the heads of G7 leaders drawn in the sand by activists on the beach at Newquay, Cornwall, on Thursday, ahead of the 2021 G7 summit.
Photo: Jon Super/AP

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