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Our world in photos: October 13

October 13, 2022 Michaela Keil
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UKRAINE — Abandoned car: An abandoned car sat on the ground in a heavily damaged grain factory where Russians forces gathered destroyed vehicles at the recaptured town of Lyman, on Tuesday.
Photo: Francisco Seco/AP


VENEZUELA — Sail: Yohandry Colina used an oil-stained sheet for a sail on the boat where he collects the fish he catches in Lake Maracaibo, in Cabimas, on Wednesday
Photo: Ariana Cubillos/AP


CALIFORNIA — Out of reach: San Diego Padres center fielder Trent Grisham leapt for but could not catch a solo home run by Los Angeles Dodgers’ Freddie Freeman during the first inning in Game 2 of a baseball NL Division Series, on Wednesday, in Los Angeles.
Photo: Mark J. Terrill/AP


PHILIPPINES — Drills: A U.S. 155mm Howitzer fired a round during annual combat drills between the Philippine Marine Corps and U.S. Marine Corps in Capas, on Thursday. Truck-mounted launchers blasted off rockets Thursday and U.S. stealth fighter jets streaked across the northern Philippine sky in a combat drill and latest display of American firepower in a region where Washington has tried to deter what it warns as China’s growing aggression.
Photo: Aaron Favila/AP


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PAKISTAN — Birthday celebration: A Muslim dervish whirled during celebrations for Mawlid al-Nabi that marked the birthday of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, in Peshawar, on Sunday. Thousands of Muslims took part in religious processions, ceremonies and distributed free meals among the poor to mark the holiday.
Photo: Muhammad Sajjad/AP


SPAIN — Spanish Open: Jon Rahm, of Spain, hit on the first hole during the Spanish Open golf tournament at Club de Campo Villa in Madrid, on Sunday.
Photo: Manu Fernandez/AP


GERMANY — Fall foliage: People stood near colorful trees in a small park in a residential area of Frankfurt, on Wednesday.
Photo: Michael Probst/AP


HAITI — Footballers: Men played football next to the Jean Jacques Dessalines monument in Port-au-Prince, on Wednesday.
Photo: Odelyn Joseph/AP


KASHMIR — Cricket bats: Finished cricket bats were seen inside a factory in Sangam, south of Srinagar, on Sept. 22. Kashmir’s dwindling willow plantations are impacting the region’s famed cricket bat industry and risking the supply of cricket bats in India, where the sport is hugely followed. The industry employs more than 10,000 people and manufactures nearly a million bats a year.
Photo: Dar Yasin/AP

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