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Our world in photos: April 4

April 4, 2022 Michaela Keil
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PAKISTAN — Ramadan: A man tried on a traditional cap in preparation for the upcoming Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, in Peshawar, on Saturday. The Muslim holy month of Ramadan — when the faithful fast from dawn to dusk — began at sunrise on Saturday in much of the Middle East.
Photo: Muhammad Sajjad/AP


UKRAINE — Remnants: A Ukrainian serviceman touched the nose of an Antonov An-225 Mriya aircraft destroyed during fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces at the Antonov airport in Hostomel, on Saturday. At the entrance to Antonov Airport, troops manned their positions, a sign they were in full control of the runway that Russia tried to storm in the first days of the war.
Photo: Vadim Ghirda/AP


UNITED KINGDOM — Goal: Tottenham’s Steven Bergwijn, foreground, celebrated with Son Heung-min, after scoring his side’s fifth goal during the Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle at Tottenham Hotspur stadium, in London, on Sunday.
Photo: Ian Walton/AP


CALIFORNIA — Jump: Jennifer Kupcho, center, jumped in the water with her husband Jay Monahan, right, and caddie David Eller after Kupcho’s win in the LPGA Chevron Championship golf tournament on Sunday, in Rancho Mirage.
Photo: Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP


NEVADA — Album of the Year: Jon Batiste was seen in the audience before going on stage to accept the award for Best Music Video for “Freedom” at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, in Las Vegas. He also won Album of the Year for We Are.
Photo: Chris Pizzello/AP


FRANCE — Frost: Winegrower Patrick Clavelin repaired a large anti-frost candle in a vineyard of the Jura region, early on Monday, in Le Vernois. Plunging April temperatures around France threatened vineyards and other important crops. Vintners scrambled to find ways to protect the vines from the frost, which came after an unusually mild winter and hit countries around Europe.
Photo: Laurent Cirpriani/AP


MINNESOTA — Champions: South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley celebrated after a college basketball game in the final round of the Women’s Final Four NCAA tournament against UConn on Sunday, in Minneapolis. South Carolina won 64-49 to win the championship.
Photo: Eric Gay/AP

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