Some of the most important events that happened in all the lengths and breadths of the planet are presented in the photos below. The most representative images of the week should usually have the following components: Colors, passion, tears, effort, survival, joy, and pain. That is, all that makes us live.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Looking at the photos below you certainly do not need many words for the photos below. In the pictures that follow they are condensed what happened to the world last week.
Texas, USA: Tribute to unjustly lost souls
Duchess of Sussex Megan Markle leaves flowers at a memorial for the victims – 19 students and two teachers – who were so unjustly killed suddenly by the shooting of an 18-year-old elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, causing shock and scattering. grief worldwide.
Kabul, Afghanistan: Violation of women’s rights by the Taliban
TV presenter Khatereh Ahmadi wears a face mask as she reads the news on TOLO NEWS in Kabul, Afghanistan. Afghan Taliban rulers have begun enforcing an order requiring all women news presenters in the country to cover their faces when in the air. The move this Sunday is part of a tough turn that draws condemnation from women’s rights activists.
Baghdad, Iraq: Landscape in… sandstorm
A man in a wheelchair walks on a road during a sandstorm in Baghdad, Iraq, going against nature and defying any danger. The sky from Dubai to Syria took on a revealing orange color as dust and sand swirled in the air. Thousands of people in the Middle East have flooded hospitals, unable to breathe properly.
Kyiv, Ukraine: The first accused of war crimes
Russian Sergeant Vadim Shishimarin listens to his translator during a court hearing in Kyiv, Ukraine. The 21-year-old soldier, who is facing his first war crimes trial since the start of the war in Ukraine, pleaded guilty on May 18 to killing an unarmed civilian.
Gawhati, India: The Daily Struggle for Livelihood
The day-to-day struggle to make a living is tough worldwide, but on different terms in each country. In India, and more specifically in Gawhati, the locals are engaged in the cultivation of corn.
Kyiv, Ukraine: The burden of war is unbearable
A woman walks in front of the memorial wall of the fallen defenders of Ukraine in the Russo-Ukrainian war in Kyiv, Ukraine. A war that lasts almost 100 days and has cost the lives of countless civilians and defenders of the country.
Sydney, Australia: Taming the Waves
The sea is a way of life for many. This is also true for most Sydney residents, who find a way out of it. After an experience with the waves that raises the adrenaline to the heights, peace and quiet prevail. The absolute demand for everyone.
Cannes, France: Impressive Arrivals at the Cannes International Film Festival
One of the secular events that monopolized the interest of the week at the Cannes International Film Festival. Here, Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre Elba pose for photographers upon their arrival at the premiere of “Three Thousand Years of Longing” at the institution’s 75th edition.
New York, USA: Dancing in the Rain
A child cools in a water spray from a fire hydrant during a block party in Brooklyn, New York, where New Yorkers experienced summer weather and temperatures are expected to peak at nearly 32 degrees Celsius over the weekend, about ten degrees. higher than the average for New York at the end of May, according to meteorologists.
Pokrovsk, Ukraine: The train of hope
A child and a man fleeing the bombing greet the photographer before boarding an evacuation train at Pokrovsk Railway Station in Pokrovsk in eastern Ukraine. Civilians fleeing areas near the eastern front of the war in Ukraine described scenes of destruction as their towns and villages came under constant attack by Russian forces.
Source: News Beast