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Our world in photos: June 11

June 11, 2021 By Michaela Keil
ETHIOPIA — Hunger: Abeba Gebru, 37, from the village of Getskimilesley, held the hands of her malnourished daughter, Tigsti Mahderekal, 20 days old, in the treatment tent of a medical clinic in the town of Abi Adi, in the Tigray region on Tuesday. She had the baby at home and walked 12 days to get the famished child to a clinic in Tigray. “She survived because I held her close to my womb and kept hiding during the exhausting journey.”
Photo: Ben Curtis/AP

 

INDONESIA — Street vendor: A snack vendor pushed his cart past murals in Bekasi on the outskirts of Jakarta, on Friday.
Photo: Dita Alangkara/AP

 

PAKISTAN — Vaccination: Government employees waited their turn to receive the Convidecia COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination center in Nishtar hall, in Peshawar, on Friday.
Photo: Muhammad Sajjad/AP

 

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OKLAHOMA — Champions: Oklahoma’s Jocelyn Alo (78) carried the championship trophy toward the Oklahoma fans as the team celebrated after defeating Florida State in the final game of the NCAA Women’s College World Series softball championship series on Thursday, in Oklahoma City.
Photo: Sue Ogrocki/AP

 

TEXAS — Double header: Portugal’s Andreia Norton (8) and United States’ Lindsey Horan went up for a header during the first half of a friendly soccer match on Thursday, in Houston.
Photo: David J. Phillip/AP

 

ARGENTINA — Ambulance: Ambulance worker Claudio Donato tried to convince a COVID-19 patient to leave home for the hospital as he experienced breathing problems and lack of oxygen, during Donato’s night shift in Lomas de Zamora, late on Thursday.
Photo: Natacha Pisarenko/AP

 

JAPAN — In bloom: Visitors took pictures of hydrangea flowers fully in bloom at Meigetsu-in Buddhist temple on Friday, in Kamakura, south of Tokyo.
Photo: Kiichiro Sato/AP

 

PERU — Election: Presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori held a press conference in Lima on Thursday. As one claimed victory and the other electoral fraud, tension around Peru’s presidential election run-off vote count grew, with just decimals of percentage points separating left-leaning Pedro Castillo from rightwing populist rival Keiko Fujimori.
Photo: Martin Mejia/AP

 

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BRITAIN — Demonstration: A small boy watches climate activists push a boat on wheels with a message in the harbor near the G7 meeting taking place in St. Ives, Cornwall, on Friday. Leaders of the G7 began their first of three days of meetings on Friday in Carbis Bay, in which they discussed COVID-19, climate, foreign policy, and the economy.
Photo: Jon Super/AP

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