Our world in photo: May 18

May 18, 2022 Michaela Keil
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PENNSYLVANIA — Primary election: Polling place worker Donna Appleby held her dog, Daisy Mae, as she waited for voters during the Pennsylvania primary election at the LSL Sportsman’s club in Orrstown, on Tuesday.
Photo: Carolyn Kaster/AP


COLORADO — Score: Colorado Avalanche defenseman Josh Manson (42) was congratulated by Samuel Girard (49), Artturi Lehkonen (62), and Gabriel Landeskog (92) after scoring in overtime against the St. Louis Blues in Game 1 of an NHL hockey Stanley Cup second-round playoff series on Tuesday, in Denver. The Avalanche won 3-2.
Photo: Jack Dempsey/AP


KENTUCKY — Winner: Craig Greenberg acknowledged the crowd after winning the Democratic primary for Louisville mayor in Louisville, on Tuesday.
Photo: Sam Upshaw Jr./Courier Journal via AP

BRAZIL — Right to vote: A graffiti artist painted the face of an Indigenous youth after being asked to express on canvas the constitutional right to vote, outside the Supreme Court in Brasilia, on Tuesday. Several artists were asked to interpret a different constitutional right through a painting outside the court.
Photo: Eraldo Peres/AP


JAPAN — Kanda Matsuri: A dancer performs “Noh” dance-drama during a biennial festival called “Kanda Matsuri” at the Kanda shrine on Wednesday, in Tokyo. The festival held for the happiness of shrine parishioners and the safety of Japan was once supported by the Tokugawa shogunate in the 17th century. They say it’s one of the three major Shinto festivals in Tokyo, even considered by some as one of the three most important Shinto festivals in Japan.
Photo: Eugene Hoshiko/AP


FRANCE — Pose: Tallia Storm posed for photographers upon arrival at the opening ceremony and the premiere of the film “Final Cut” at the 75th international film festival, Cannes, on Tuesday.
Photo: Daniel Cole/AP


NORTH KOREA — Outbreak: An employee of Songyo Knitwear Factory in Songyo district disinfected the work floor in Pyongyang, on Wednesday, after Kim Jong Un said on Tuesday his party would treat the country’s outbreak under a state emergency. North Korea said on Wednesday that more than a million people had already recovered from suspected COVID-19 just a week after disclosing an outbreak.
Photo: Jon Chol Jin/AP

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