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Our world in photos: January 14

January 14, 2022 Michaela Keil
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ESTONIA — Free skate: Aleksandra Boikova and Dmitrii Kozlovskii of Russia performed in the pair’s free skating program during the ISU European Figure Skating Championships in Tallinn, on Thursday.
Photo: Sergei Stepanov/AP

 

UNITED KINGDOM — Substituted: Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka left the pitch after being substituted during the EFL Cup semifinal between Liverpool and Arsenal at the Anfield Stadium in Liverpool, on Thursday.
Photo: Jon Super/AP

 

TENNESSEE — Checked: Buffalo Sabres left wing Zemgus Girgensons (28) collided with Nashville Predators center Philip Tomasino (26) during the first period of an NHL hockey game on Thursday, in Nashville.
Photo: Mark Zaleski/AP

 

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INDIA — Fishing: A villager had a fish secured to his waist as he participated in community fishing as part of Bhogali Bihu celebrations in Panbari village, 31 miles east of Gauhati, on Thursday. “Bhogali Bihu” marked the end of the harvest season in the northeastern state of Assam.
Photo: Anupam Nath/AP

 

SERBIA — New Year: Fireworks illuminated the sky over St. Sava Temple in Belgrade, on Friday. Orthodox Christians in Serbia celebrated New Year on Jan. 14, according to the Julian calendar.
Photo: Darko Vojinovic/AP

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Snowy owl: A rare snowy owl perched on a bald eagle flag pole topper in front of Union Station on Thursday.
Photo: Carolyn Kaster/AP

 

ITALY — Shipwreck anniversary: People gathered in front of a memorial stone unveiled at the end of a march on the 10th anniversary of the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster, in the Tuscan island of Isola del Giglio, on Thursday. Italy marked the anniversary of the cruise ship disaster with a daylong commemoration, honoring the 32 people who died.
Photo: Andrew Medichini/AP

 

NEW YORK — Fire victims: Men unloaded the bodies of victims of a building fire at a funeral home in Queens on Thursday. Many of the victims of New York City’s deadliest fire in years are still awaiting burial after funerals began with services for two children killed by the blaze in a Bronx apartment building on January 9. Community leaders huddled to make arrangements for the 17 dead. They included eight children.
Photo: Seth Wenig/AP

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