Our world in photos: August 1

August 1, 2022 Michaela Keil
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GEORGIA — Rain delay: Thunderstorms caused a rain delay at the singles semifinals matches at the Atlanta Open tennis tournament, on Saturday, in Atlanta.
Photo: Hakim Wright Sr./AP


UKRAINE — Wedding day: Maria and Oleh Berest embraced while posing for their photographer by a fountain on their wedding day as sandbags fortified the opera house in Odessa, on Friday.
Photo: David Goldman/AP


BRAZIL — Black Women’s March: A woman participated in the Black Women’s March against racism, violence, and social inequality, at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, on Sunday.
Photo: Bruna Prado/AP


CALIFORNIA — Scorched pasture: Horses stood in a scorched pasture as the McKinney Fire burned in Klamath National Forest, on Sunday.
Photo: Noah Berger/AP


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UNITED KINGDOM — Euro 2022 winners: England’s Leah Williamson, center left, and Millie Bright lifted the trophy after they won the Women’s Euro 2022 final soccer match between England and Germany at Wembley stadium in London, on Sunday. England won 2-1.
Photo: Alessandra Tarantino/AP


GUATEMALA — Arrested: Award-winning journalist Jose Ruben Zamora, who was arrested the day before, stood inside a cell after a court hearing, in Guatemala City, on Saturday. Politicians, anti-corruption activists, and civic groups condemned the Guatemalan government’s decision to arrest the investigative journalist, who headed the newspaper El Periodico, which specializes in uncovering corruption.
Photo: Moises Castillo/AP


UKRAINE — Burning fields: On Friday, a wheat field burned after Russian shelling a few kilometers from the Ukrainian-Russian border in the Kharkiv region.
Photo: Evgeniy Maloletka/AP


TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO — Bowler: West Indies’ Akeal Hoseinis bowled by India’s Arshdeep Singh during the first T20 cricket match at Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba, on Friday.
Photo: Ricardo Mazalan/AP


IRAQ — Protest: Protesters tried to remove concrete barriers and cross the bridge towards the Green Zone area in Baghdad, on Saturday, as thousands of followers of an influential Shiite cleric breached the building for the second time in a week to protest the government formation efforts lead by Iran-backed groups.
Photo: Adil al-Khazali/AP


KENTUCKY — Floods: Teresa Reynolds sat exhausted as members of her community cleaned the debris from their flood-ravaged homes at Ogden Hollar in Hindman, on Saturday.
Photo: Timothy D. Easley/AP


UNITED KINGDOM — Backstroke: Kylie Masse of Canada competed in a Women’s 100 meters backstroke semifinal during the Commonwealth Games at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Birmingham, on Saturday.
Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP


UNITED KINGDOM — Scratch race: Riders competed in the men’s 15km scratch race qualifying during the Commonwealth Games track cycling at Lee Valley VeloPark in London, on Sunday.
Photo: Ian Walton/AP

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