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Our world in photos: November 29

November 29, 2021 By Michaela Keil
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PAKISTAN — Foggy morning: Pakistani nomads escorted their livestock on a foggy morning on the outskirts of Peshawar, on Monday.
Photo: Muhammad Sajjad/AP


HONDURAS — Election showdown: Free Party presidential candidate Xiomara Castro acknowledged her supporters after general elections, in Tegucigalpa, on Sunday. Castro claimed victory, setting up a showdown with the National Party which said its candidate had won a vote that could end the conservative party’s 12 years in power.
Photo: Moises Castillo/AP


PANAMA — Independence day: Children rinsed the sand off their bodies after spending the day at the beach, during the celebration of the country’s Bicentennial of its independence from Spain, in the Casco Viejo neighborhood in Panama City, on Sunday.
Photo: Arnulfo Franco/AP


VERMONT — World Cup Skiing: United States’ Mikaela Shiffrin celebrates after finishing a women’s World Cup slalom ski race on Sunday, in Killington.
Photo: Robert F. Bukaty/AP


LEBANON — Protest: A protester passed burning tires along a main highway in Beirut during a protest against the increasing prices of consumer goods and the crash of the local currency in Lebanon, on Monday.
Photo: Hussein Malla/AP


SPAIN — Lava flow: Lava flowed, destroying houses in La Laguna town, as a volcano continued to erupt on the Canary island of La Palma, on Monday. Several new volcanic vents opened in La Palma on Sunday, releasing new lava that flowed fast down a ridge and threatened to widen the impact on evacuated land, infrastructure, and homes.
Photo: Emilio Morenatti/AP


PHILIPPINES — Vaccination: Residents waited to be inoculated with COVID-19 vaccines outside a school during the first day of a nationwide three-day vaccination drive in Quezon city, on Monday.
Photo: Aaron Favila/AP


BRAZIL — River mining: An illegal miner threw water at one of the more than 60 dredging barges that were set on fire by officers of the Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA) during an operation to try to contain illegal gold mining on the Madeira river, a tributary of the Amazon river in Borba, on Sunday. Hundreds of barges belonging to illegal miners had converged on the river during a gold rush in the Brazilian Amazon prompting IBAMA authorities to start burning them.
Photo: Edmar Barros/AP

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