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Our world in photos: September 12

September 12, 2023 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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NEPAL — No wedding, but lots of rice: Rice is thrown as an offering on an idol of Buddha during the Pancha Dan festival in Bhaktapur, Nepal, Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023. Pancha Dan, the festival of five summer gifts, is a day when devotees donate five commodities they consider essential for their well-being, which are unhusked paddy, rice grains, pulses (fruit of the legumes), salt and money.
Photo: Niranjan Shrestha/AP


TURKEY — Finally a happy moment: American researcher Mark Dickey, center, talks to journalists after being pulled out of Morca cave near Anamur, south Turkey, on early Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023, more than a week after he became seriously ill 1,000 meters (more than 3,000 feet) below its entrance. Teams from across Europe had rushed to Morca cave in southern Turkey’s Taurus Mountains to aid Dickey, a 40-year-old experienced caver who became seriously ill on Sept. 2 with stomach bleeding.
Photo: Mert Gokhan Koc/Dia Images via AP


CALIFORNIA — A continent away from 9/11 site: A visitor looks at U.S. Flags commemorating Sept. 11 on the grounds of Pepperdine University Monday, Sept. 11, 2023, in Malibu, Calif. Nearly 3,000 American flags are placed at the site, representing the life of victims of the 2001 terrorist attack. Additionally, other country’s flags are placed at the site to commemorate citizens of other countries who perished on that date.
Photo: Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP


MILWAUKEE — Quiet moment in the game, tribute to 9/11: Milwaukee Brewers’ Sal Frelick stands on first base with a plaque honoring 9/11 during the second inning of a baseball game against the Miami Marlins, Monday, Sept. 11, 2023, in Milwaukee.
Photo: Aaron Gash/AP


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ILLINOIS — Gun collector, deadly dreamer: Robert E. Crimo III, appears before Judge Victoria A. Rossetti in Lake County court Monday, Sept. 11, 2023, in Waukegan, Ill. Crimo III, who is charged in connection with a July 4, 2022, shooting that left seven people dead and dozens more wounded in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois, was in a courtroom Monday in Waukegan, where a judge said she will set a trial date at his next hearing scheduled for Dec. 11.
Photo: Nam Y. Huh, Pool/AP


LIBYA — Nature’s revenge, on the coast? A general view of the city of Derna is seen on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023. Mediterranean storm Daniel caused devastating floods in Libya that broke dams and swept away entire neighborhoods in multiple coastal towns, the destruction appeared greatest in Derna city.
Photo: Jamal Alkomaty/AP


LONDON — Equine smooch before the ceremony: Lance Bombardier Heather Stark gets a kiss from Reggie, as the horses are prepared ahead of a rehearsal at the Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery Barracks in Woolwich, London, Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023. The Musical Drive of the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery which involves controlling teams of six horses pulling wheeled guns at high speed, will perform at London International Horse Show, taking place at the ExCel Centre in London from Dec. 13-18, 2023.
Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP


ISRAEL — Flares and smoke for justice: Israelis protest against plans by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government to overhaul the judicial system and in support of the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, Monday.
Photo: Ohad Zwigenberg/AP


UNITED KINGDOM — Contrasting imagery as fashionable royalty goes to bat for incarcerated addicts: Britain’s Kate, the Princess of Wales, Patron of The Forward Trust visits HMP High Down in Sutton, England, Tuesday. The Princess of Wales is trying to learn about how the charity is supporting those in the criminal justice system to manage and recover from their addictions.
Photo: Kim Cheung/AP


PERU — International football fever: Peruvian shamans hold a photo of Peru’s soccer player Paolo Guerrero during a good luck ritual for the national team outside the National Stadium in Lima, Monday. Peru will face Brazil in a World Cup 2026 qualifying soccer match in Lima on Sept. 12.
Photo: Martin Mejia/AP


PENNSYLVANIA — Still no capture: Law enforcement increased from local to statewide and national in search of brutal murderer, escaped convict Danelo Cavalcante in Glenmoore, Monday.
Photo: Matt Rourke/AP


THE PHILIPPINES — Joyful after acquittal: Filipino journalist Maria Ressa, 2021 Nobel Peace Prize winner and Rappler CEO, gestures as she faces reporters after being acquitted by the Pasig Regional Trial Court over a tax evasion case in Pasig city, Tuesday.
Photo: Aaron Favila/AP


RUSSIAN FEDERATION — Beaming, looking content and well-fed: In this photo taken from video released by governor of the Russian far eastern region of Primorsky Krai Oleg Kozhemyako telegram channel on Tuesday, North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, foreground, steps down from his train after crossing the border to Russia’s Far East at Khasan, about 127 km (79 miles) south of Vladivostok. Un rolled into Russia on an armored train to see President Vladimir Putin.
Photo: Governor of Primorsky Krai Oleg Kozhemyako telegram channel via AP


CAMBODIA — Should the Salvation Army try this? A used clothes vendor rides his motorbike cart through a muddy road following recent rains in the Sre Ampel village on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Tuesday.
Photo: Heng Smith/AP

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