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Our world in photos: May 11

May 11, 2022 Michaela Keil
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INDIA — Jump: People jumped into the river Yamuna to cool off on a hot summer day in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh state, on Wednesday.
Photo: Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP

 

NEBRASKA — Election: Head Groundskeeper Zach Ricketts, left, worked on the field while Carol Szczepaniak, right, voted in Nebraska’s primary election at Werner Park, which is home to the AAA baseball team, the Omaha Storm Chasers, on Tuesday, in Papillion.
Photo: Chris Machian/Omaha World-Herald via AP

 

POLAND — Red: Russian Ambassador to Poland, Ambassador Sergey Andreev, was covered with red paint in Warsaw, on Monday. Protesters threw red paint on the Russian ambassador as he arrived at a cemetery in Warsaw to pay respects to Red Army soldiers who died during World War II. Ambassador Sergey Andreev arrived at the Soviet soldier’s cemetery on Monday to lay flowers where a group of activists opposed to Russia’s war in Ukraine was waiting for him.
Photo: Maciek Luczniewski/AP

 

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MEXICO — Protest: A protester held an image of a youth with the name Diego Maximiliano Rosas Valenzuela and the question in Spanish “Where are our children?” during an annual Mother’s Day march by the families of missing people to demand the government help locate them, in Mexico City, on Tuesday.
Photo: Eduardo Verdugo/AP

 

GERMANY — Drought: A farmer drove his tractor over a dry field in Wehrheim on Wednesday.
Photo: Michael Probst/AP

 

COLOMBIA — False positives: Blanca Nubia Monroy held a photo of her late son Julian Oviedo Monroy, a victim of extrajudicial execution in 2008, during a reconciliation event with the commanders of the soldiers who did the killing, in Soacha, on Tuesday. The civilian victims were falsely presented as guerrillas killed in combat, known as “false positives.”
Photo: Fernando Vergara/AP

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