Our world in photos: October 19
SOUTH KOREA — Lanterns: A visitor wandered through the lanterns at the Royal Culture Festival at the Gyeongbok Palace, one of South Korea's well-known landmarks, in Seoul, on Tuesday.
Photo: Lee Jin-man/AP
LIBYA — Rescue: Migrants aboard a precarious rubber boat ended up in the water while others grabbed a centifloat before being rescued by a team of the Sea Watch-3, around 35 miles away from Libya, in the Libyan SAR zone, on Monday. Photo: Valeria Mongelli/AP
UNITED KINGDOM — Celebration: Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrated after scoring the opening goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium in London, on Monday. Photo: Adam Davy/PA via AP
ISRAEL — Ancient sword: Jacob Sharvit, director of the Marine Archaeology Unit of the Israel Antiquities Authority, held a meter-long sword, that experts said dates back to the Crusaders, in the Mediterranean seaport of Cesarea, on Tuesday. The Authority said on Monday that a scuba diver was on a weekend dive in northern Israel when he spotted a trove of ancient artifacts that included anchors, pottery, and the sword. Photo: Ariel Schalit/AP
OMAN — Cricket World Cup: Papua New Guinea’s Kiplin Doriga, left, celebrated with teammate Simon Atai after the dismissal of Scotland’s Matthew Cross during the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup first round match between Scotland and Papua New Guinea in Muscat, on Tuesday. Photo: Kamran Jebreili/AP
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