Our world in photos: September 28
DENMARK – Odd happenings at sea: A large disturbance in the sea observed off the coast of the island of Bornholm last Tuesday. Unusual leaks on two natural gas pipelines from Russia spanning from the Baltic Sea to German have raised concerns about possible sabotage.
Photo: Danish Defence Command/AP
CUBA – Rollin’ through after Ian: A classic American car drove past utility poles tilted by Hurricane Ian in Pinar del Rio last Tuesday. Photo: Ramon Espinosa/AP
FLORIDA – Tampa Bay head of Ian: Ash Dugney viewed Tampa Bar on the Ballast Point Pier ahead of Hurricane Ian last Wednesday. Photo: Chris O’Meara/AP
UNITED KINGDOM – Pound Sterling down, down, down: A woman walked past a sign indicating exchange rates at a bureau de change in London last Tuesday. The GBP stabilized in Asian trading after plunging to a record low.
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – VR continues: A woman experiences virtual reality googles during The Dubai Metaverse Assembly at the Emirates Towers in Dubai last Wednesday. Photo: Kamran Jebreili/AP
VATICAN – Francis: Pope Francis arrived for his weekly general audience in St. Peter’s Square last Wednesday. Photo: Gregorio Borgia/AP
GEORGIA – Russians escaping mobilization: An aerial view of the border crossing at Verkhny Lars between Georgia and the Russian Federation. Long vehicle lines at the crossing formed after Moscow announced a partial military mobilization. Photo: Zurab Tsertsvadze/AP
CUBA – Dominoes during blackouts: People played dominoes by flashlight during a blackout in Havana last Wednesday. Photo: Ramon Espinosa/AP
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