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Our world in photos: November 10

November 10, 2022 Michaela Keil
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KENYA — Drought death: Maasai children stood beside a zebra that local residents said died due to drought, as they grazed their cattle at Ilangeruani village, near Lake Magadi, on Wednesday. Parts of Kenya have experienced four consecutive seasons with inadequate rain in the past two years, with dire effects for people and animals, including livestock.
Photo: Brian Inganga/AP

 

CAMBODIA — ASEAN Summit: Security personnel patrolled the ASEAN summit venue in Phnom Penh, on Wednesday. Southeast Asian leaders convened in the Cambodian capital on Thursday, faced with the challenge of trying to curtail escalating violence in Myanmar while the country’s military-led government shows no signs of complying with the group’s peace plan.
Photo: Anupam Nath/AP

 

EGYPT — Kick Big Polluters Out: Demonstrators participated in a Kick Big Polluters Out protest at the COP27 U.N. Climate Summit, on Thursday, in Sharm el-Sheikh.
Photo: Peter Dejong/AP

 

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BRAZIL — Palm hearts: Raimundo Brazao dos Santos transported acai palm hearts collected for sale on an island in the Bailique Archipelago, in northern Brazil, on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022. The climate changes in the region are an increasing threat to the omnipresent acai palm trees. In many places, sea erosion is taking them. And in areas closer to the sea, the acai berries began to taste different.
Photo: Eraldo Peres/AP

 

UNITED KINGDOM — Blue Moon: A large ‘Blue Moon’ balloon was shown prior to the start of the English League Cup third round soccer match between Manchester City and Chelsea at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, on Wednesday. ‘Blue moon’ is a reference to the song that the supporters sing.
Photo: Dave Thompson/AP

 

UKRAINE — Shelling: A tail of a multiple rocket stuck out of the ground near the recently recaptured village of Zakitne, on Wednesday. Villages and towns in Ukraine saw more heavy fighting and shelling on Wednesday as Ukrainian and Russian forces strained to advance on different fronts after more than 8 1/2 months of war. At least nine civilians were killed and 24 others were wounded in 24 hours, the Ukrainian president’s office said.
Photo: Andriy Andriyenko/AP

 

TENNESSEE — CMA Awards: Carrie Underwood performed “Hate My Heart” during the 56th Annual Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday, at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
Photo: Mark Humphrey/AP

 

SENEGAL — Plastic Man: Kids looked at environmental activist Modou Fall, who many simply call “Plastic Man,” while he walked on the Yarakh Beach littered by trash and plastics in Dakar, on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. As he walked, plastics dangled from his arms and legs, rustling in the wind while strands dragged on the ground. On his chest, poking out from the plastics, is a sign in French that says, “No to plastic bags.”
Photo: Leo Correa/AP

 

SERBIA — Fog: People walked in the street amid dense fog in the morning at Terazije square in downtown Belgrade, on Wednesday.
Photo: Darko Vojinovic/AP

 

AFGHANISTAN — Amusement park: Afghan women stood outside an amusement park, in Kabul, on Thursday. The Taliban banned women from using gyms and parks in Afghanistan, on Thursday. The rule, which comes into force this week, is the group’s latest edict cracking down on women’s rights and freedoms.
Photo: Ebrahim Noroozi/AP

 

ARIZONA — Ballots: An election worker arrived with ballots to be tabulated inside the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office, on Wednesday, in Phoenix.
Photo: Matt York/AP

 

TURKEY — Anniversary: A man held up a Turkish flag with the portrait of Turkey’s founding father, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, during the 84th anniversary of his death, in front of Dolmabahce palace in Istanbul, on Thursday.
Photo: Francisco Seco/AP

 

POLAND — Eros Bound: A man peered from a depiction of Eros, the Greek god of love, by Polish sculptor Igor Mitoraj in downtown Krakow, on Thursday. Eros Bound, an artwork said to symbolize the decay of civilizations, was placed in the 13th century main square of the old city area of Krakow.
Photo: Vadim Ghirda/AP

 

UNITED KINGDOM — Remembrance: Britain’s Camilla, the Queen Consort, met a Chelsea Pensioner as she met with veterans and members of the armed services at the 94th Field of Remembrance service at Westminster Abbey in London, on Thursday.
Photo: Frank Augstein/AP

 

POLAND — Refuge: Ukrainians spent time at the UNICEF facility in Warsaw, on Wednesday. The center in Warsaw has become a hub for Ukrainian refugee children in their mothers, offering educational support and therapy.
Photo: Michal Dyjuk/AP

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