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Our world in photos: June 10

June 10, 2022 Michaela Keil
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INDIA — Twenty20 Cricket: South Africa’s David Miller, left, and Rassie van der Dussen celebrated their win in the first Twenty20 cricket match between India and South Africa in New Delhi, on Thursday.
Photo: Altaf Qadri/AP


WASHINGTON, DC — Public hearing: The sun set behind the US Capitol on Thursday, as the House select committee held its first public hearing in its investigation of the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol.
Photo: Julio Cortez/AP


VATICAN CITY — Escort: EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, center, was escorted by papal Swiss Guards as she left after meeting with Pope Francis at The Vatican, on Friday.
Photo: Alessandra Tarantino/AP


CALIFORNIA — Consolation: Attorney Ben Crump, left, consoled Jonathan Wright, 39, as attorney Adam Slater looked on during a press conference with survivors of sexual abuse that occurred at MacLaren Hall, on Thursday, in Los Angeles. A Los Angeles County-run shelter meant to be a safe space for children as they awaited placement in foster homes was for decades a den for sexual predators among the staff — and some residents — who preyed on children as young as 5, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday by dozens of former residents.
Photo: Dean Musgrove/The Orange County Register via AP


ITALY — Beach Volleyball World Championships: United States’ Terese Cannon, right, and Cuba’s Lady Echeverria, second from right, were in action during their match at the Beach Volleyball World Championships in Rome, on Friday. The United States beat Cuba 2-0.
Photo: Andrew Medichini/AP


PERU — World Cup Shamans: On Friday, a shaman performed a good luck ritual in front of a photo of Peru’s national soccer team on San Cristobal hill in Lima. The shamans called on Mother Earth to support the Andean nation in its playoff game against Australia on Monday, to seal one of the final spots in this year’s World Cup in Qatar.
Photo: Martin Mejia/AP


JAPAN — Rickshaw: A rickshaw puller carried tourists near Sensoji Buddhist temple in Tokyo’s Asakusa district on Friday. Japan on Friday eased its borders for foreign tourists and began accepting applications, but only for those on guided package tours who are willing to follow mask-wearing and other antivirus measures as the country cautiously tries to balance business and infection worries.
Photo: Eugene Hoshiko/AP


KASHMIR — Bamboo ladder: A Kashmiri man carried a bamboo ladder as he walked past a closed market during a strike against the remarks made by Nupur Sharma, a spokesperson of governing Hindu nationalist party about Prophet Mohammed, in Srinagar, on Friday. In Indian-controlled Kashmir, authorities locked down two towns on Friday and snapped internet on mobile phones in several towns and in Srinagar, the disputed region’s main city, fearing anger against the insulting remarks to Islam could morph into larger, anti-India protests.
Photo: Dar Yasin/AP


SOUTH KOREA — Friendly match: South Korea’s Kim Jin-Su, left, fought for the ball with Paraguay’s Mathias Villasanti during their friendly soccer match at Suwon World Cup Stadium in Suwon, on Friday.
Photo: Lee Jin-man/AP

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