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Our world in photos: April 7

April 7, 2022 Michaela Keil
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UKRAINE — Destruction: A family walked amid destroyed Russian tanks in Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv, on Wednesday.
Photo: Felipe Dana/AP


GEORGIA — Par 3: Sergio Garcia, of Spain, carried his crying daughter Azalea during the Par 3 Contest at the Masters golf championship on Wednesday, in Augusta.
Photo: Jae C. Hong/AP


VENEZUELA — Protest: People lay down on a street as they screamed, demanding better salaries for workers, pensioners, and retirees, during a protest in Caracas, on Wednesday.
Photo: Ariana Cubillos/AP


NEVADA — Man down: Vancouver Canucks left wing Juho Lammikko (91) fell across the ice during the second period of an NHL hockey game against the Vegas Golden Knights, on Wednesday, in Las Vegas.
Photo: John Locher/AP


KASHMIR — Vegetable market: Kashmiri men sold their produce at the floating vegetable market on the Dal Lake in Srinagar, on Thursday.
Photo: Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP


JAPAN — En route: People wearing face masks walked along a street on Thursday, in Tokyo.
Photo: Eugene Hoshiko/AP


GREECE — Applause: Greek Cabinet and lawmakers applauded as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, on the screen, thanked them after addressing the Greek Parliament in Athens, on Thursday. Zelenskyy called for more weapons to be sent from the West to Ukraine, for tightened sanctions on Russia that would ban all Russian banks from doing business abroad, and to bar Russian commercial ships from ports across the world.
Photo: Thanassis Stavrakis/AP


BRAZIL — March for Demarcation: A Pataxo Indigenous man performed with his traditional bow and arrow during the March for the Demarcation of Indigenous Lands, in Brasilia, on Wednesday. The march is to pressure lawmakers into strengthening protections for Indigenous reserves and limit illegal activity by miners and ranchers encroaching on their territory.
Photo: AP Photo/Eraldo Peres


CUBA — Boxing: A boxer known as Jonathan trained at the Rafael Trejo boxing gym in Old Havana, on Wednesday. Cuba banned professional boxing shortly after the 1959 revolution, but boxers will be allowed to fight professionally in Cuba again for the first time under a deal with a Mexican promoter, officials announced on March 4.
Photo: Ramon Espinosa/AP

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