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Our world in photos: October 18

October 18, 2021 Michaela Keil
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ILLINOIS — Champions: Chicago Sky’s Candice Parker, center right, and Allie Quigley, center left, celebrated after defeating the Phoenix Mercury 80-74 in Game 4 of the WNBA Finals to win the championship, on Sunday, in Chicago.
Photo: Paul Beaty/AP


SPAIN — Ash: People cleaned up ash off a house from the volcano in Las Manchas on the Canary island of La Palma, on Thursday. Hundreds of people in Spain’s Canary Islands were fearing for their homes and property after a new lava stream from an erupting volcano threatened to engulf another neighborhood on the island of La Palma.
Photo: Saul Santos/AP


BRAZIL — Protest: White scarves representing people who have died of COVID-19 in Brazil were hung over a field to protest the government’s health policies outside Congress in Brasilia, on Monday. The scarves were given to members of the Senate Parliamentary Inquiry Commission who are investigating President Jair Bolsonaro’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Photo: Eraldo Peres/AP


GEORGIA — Safe: Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Will Smith could not make the tag on Atlanta Braves Ozzie Albies as he scored on a single by Austin Riley in the eighth inning in Game 2 of baseball’s National League Championship Series on Sunday, in Atlanta.
Photo: John Bazemore/AP


LIBYA — Migration: Migrants were brought to shore after being intercepted by the Libyan coast guard on the Mediterranean Sea, in Garaboli, on Monday.
Photo: Yousef Murad/AP


UNITED KINGDOM — Leap: Jacksonville Jaguars mascot Jaxson de Ville bungee jumped off the stadium roof before an NFL football game between the Miami Dolphins and the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium in London, on Sunday.
Photo: Matt Dunham/AP


ISRAEL — Pose: People posed nude for American artist Spencer Tunick as part of an installation in the desert near the Dead Sea, in Arad, on Sunday. About 300 participants took part in the nude photo installation designed to draw world attention to the importance of preserving and restoring the Dead Sea.
Photo: Ariel Schalit/AP

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