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Our world in photos: March 3

March 3, 2022 Michaela Keil
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UKRAINE — Evacuation: Children Vlada, left, Katrin and Danilo looked out from a window of an unheated train carriage of an emergency evacuation train that traveled from Kharkov to Lviv, as it stopped in the Kyiv railway station in Kyiv, on Thursday.
Photo: Andriy Dubchak/AP

 

NORWAY — Training: Switzerland’s Justin Murisier sped down the course during an alpine ski, men’s World Cup downhill training, in Kvitfjell, on Thursday.
Photo: Gabriele Facciotti/AP

 

INDIA — Reopening: Exile Tibetan Buddhist monks in ceremonial hats gathered for a morning prayer assembly at the Tsuglakhang Temple, which opened for the first time since early 2020, in Dharmsala, on Thursday. Tibetans the world over are celebrating the beginning of their new year “Losar.”
Photo: Ashwini Bhatia/AP

 

SOUTH KOREA — Election: Lee Jae-myung, the presidential election candidate of the ruling Democratic Party, greeted supporters upon his arrival for a presidential election campaign in Seoul, on Thursday.
Photo: Lee Jin-man/AP

 

UKRAINE — Burning building: Firefighters hosed down a burning building after a bombing in Kyiv, on Thursday. Russian forces seized a strategic Ukrainian seaport and besieged another. Those moves were part of efforts to cut the country off from its coastline even as Moscow said on Thursday that it was ready for talks to end the fighting.
Photo: Efrem Lukatsky/AP

 

TEXAS — Into the boards: Dallas Stars left wing Jason Robertson (21) and Los Angeles Kings defenseman Matt Roy (3) hit the boards during the third period of an NHL hockey game in Dallas, on Wednesday. The Stars won 4-3.
Photo: LM Otero/AP

 

GEORGIA — Lockout: Locked gates were shown at Truist Park, home of the Atlanta Braves baseball team, on Wednesday, in Atlanta. With owners and players unable to agree on a labor contract to replace the collective bargaining agreement that expired Dec. 1, baseball commissioner Rob Manfred followed through with his threat on Tuesday and canceled the first two series for each of the 30 major league teams.
Photo: John Bazemore/AP

 

KENYA — Land art: Swiss-French artist Saype worked on his giant ephemeral land art painting entitled “World in Progress III” representing two children drawing and building their ideal world, at the Headquarters of the United Nations (U.N.) in Nairobi, on February 25, 2022. The artwork was produced with biodegradable paint made from natural pigments such as charcoal and chalk. The project is supported and gifted by Switzerland to the U.N. for the opening of the United Nations Environment Programme 50th anniversary session on March 3.
Photo: Valentin Flauraud for Saype/Keystone via AP

 

VENEZUELA — Burial of the Sardine: Revelers and residents waved to a helicopter as they took part in the traditional carnival ceremony of The Burial of the Sardine, in Naiguata, on Wednesday. The Venezuelan coastal town closed carnival season with the Spanish tradition of burying the likeness of a dead fish, as a symbol of burying the past, before the start of Lent.
Photo: Ariana Cubillos/AP

 

UNITED KINGDOM — Header: Luton Town’s Danny Hylton, top, headed the ball over Chelsea’s Reece James during the FA Cup fifth-round soccer match between Luton Town and Chelsea at Kenilworth Road in Luton, on Wednesday.
Photo: Ian Walton/AP

 

KANSAS — Warm winter’s day: A man took advantage of an unseasonably warm winter’s day to boat on Shawnee Mission Lake as the sun set on Wednesday, in Shawnee. The Kansas City region set a new record high temperature of 84 degrees Fahrenheit.
Photo: Charlie Riedel/AP


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