A series of events took place in the past few days around the world, which occupied the public opinion both in Greece and in the rest of the world. The components of the με menu with the most representative images are fixed: Colors, passion, tears, effort, survival, joy, pain.
If a picture is worth a thousand words then you certainly do not need many words for the pictures below. In the pictures that follow, they are condensed what happened to the world last week.
See how his camera lens recorded Associated Press the events that happened in the world in the last seven days.
Paris, France: Tennis becomes… a national sport for Greece
A tremendous success for Greek tennis and in general for the country’s sports was scored yesterday by Stefanos Tsitsipas. The 22-year-old tennis player celebrated the victory with 3-2 sets over Alexander Zverev in the “4” of this year Roland Garros and became the first tennis player from Greece who managed to qualify for a Grand Slam final, writing history!
Paris, France: Sakkari made history even though she did not go to the final
Maria Sakkari gave a tough “battle” on Thursday afternoon, in the same event and in the same phase. The 25-year-old tennis player, who was faced with Barbora Krejikova, lost the qualification to the grand final, however she also managed to write history, being the first Greek woman to reach the semifinals of the Grand Slam. Tennis is now becoming a national sport for our country…
Cornwall, UK: G7 leaders in… vaccine dispute
The G7 leaders had their first meeting after two summits via video conference on Friday, with Cornwall as the meeting place. At the heart of their discussion were the post-Covid era, climate change, trade, and the West’s relations with China and Russia. Activists did not miss the opportunity to express their thoughts in their own inventive way.
The Hague, Netherlands: Irreversible guilt for ‘Balkan Butcher’
There remain life sentences for a series of war crimes against Ratko Mladic. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague has rejected an appeal by the former Bosnian Serb military commander, known as the “Butcher of the Balkans”, to find him guilty.
Athens, Greece: The center of the capital was flooded with people
The participation of the people in the strike mobilization on Thursday against the new labor bill was great. Two separate marches took place, one by PAME and one by the other trade unions (led by GSEE), with the center of Athens closing for several hours, while something similar is expected in the new week.
Istanbul, Turkey: The slime that “drowns” the Marmara Sea
A mysterious slime has made its appearance – and creates intense concern – in the Sea of Marmara lately. Scientists say that climate change and pollution have contributed to the multiplication of organic matter in the area, resulting in this image with too much white in the blue.
Timentorfer, Germany: A diving in the sea is always liberating
Summer is the season when people resort to beaches to enjoy some moments of calm and carefree. Germany may not be famous for its clear blue waters, which is why its inhabitants prefer Greece for their holidays, but the Baltic Sea is a “refuge” for locals and tourists.
Yuma, USA: When the accumulated despair emerges…
The United States will work out a comprehensive strategy to tackle the so-called root causes of the Central American migration wave. Many people are looking for a better tomorrow in the “land of opportunity”, even digging canals to cross the fence that separates their destination from Mexico.
Puebla, Mexico: When the Earth Opens to Swallow You
A huge sinkhole with a diameter of more than 60 meters and a depth of 20 meters opened in a field in the state of Puebla, Mexico. The phenomenon could be the result of a geological error and different hydrographic variants in the soil and subsoil, however, the inhabitants blame the phenomenon of overexploitation of the aquifer.