Some of the most important events that took place in the previous days around the world follow in the following photos. The most representative images of the week always have the following components: Colors, passion, tears, effort, survival, joy, pain and that does not change.
This is because 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, then, they are condensed what happened in the world last week.
See how his camera lens recorded AssociatedPress the events that have taken place in the world in the last seven days.
Athens, Greece: Mourning for the world Mikis Theodorakis
The great composer, the Marxist revolutionary Mikis Theodorakis from Thursday, September 2, 2021 passed into eternity.
The news of the death of the world Greek spread emotion in every corner of Greece, in every corner of Hellenism.
The emblematic figure of modern Greece, the composer, creator and fighter, connected his great musical creation with great social and political struggles, achieving in a unique way to "grow" Greece reaching the ends of the world and leaving a valuable and heavy cultural heritage.
As a token of honor, the State declared three days of national mourning with the flags waving at half-mast on the Acropolis and in all public buildings.
The news of his death was the first issue in almost all international media.
Kabul, Afghanistan: The Taliban have come, the people are being uprooted
After 20 difficult years for the planet, the longest-running war in which the United States was involved is over. The United States withdrew its troops from Afghanistan, and the Taliban seized power in less than three months.
This development immediately led thousands of people to try to leave the country by any means available. Even covering hundreds of thousands of miles on foot.
Concerns about human rights and, above all, about the treatment of women are evident throughout the world.
Tokyo, Japan: The will overcomes all difficulties
After the end of the 2020 Olympic Games, the Paralympics started with the spectacle being of a very high level.
The effort of the athletes is really commendable while the games have a great Greek interest as until noon on Friday 3/9 9 medals were blue and white.
New Orleans, USA: Cities, rivers and people in ruins
Roads, boulevards, expressways were transformed into torrents while more than 40 people lost their lives as Hurricane Ida passed.
In New York, the American economic and cultural capital, police counted at least 12 deaths.
Eleven people were probably trapped and drowned in basements, in slums with sometimes unsanitary conditions, on properties in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.
Venice, Italy: The splendor of cinema returns
The Venice Film Festival was the first and only international film festival during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic. Then things changed drastically.
And now is the time to try to return to another normalcy.
The curtain on the 78th Venice Film Festival opened with the screening of Pedro Almodóvar's film "Parallel Mothers" and will end on September 11,
Utah, USA: Fastest Sheep and Best Dog Shepherd Wins
Who said there is no competition for the best shepherd dogs? In Utah, as every year, a flock of sheep was set free on a pasture with dogs called to command them. The best shepherd will win.
Beijing, China: Coronavirus or not, the delivery man is running
In China, life stopped for a few months due to the spread of the coronavirus. Immediately, however, the state and citizens cooperated in order to advance a new daily life.
But there are some for whom not much has changed. Like couriers and deliverers who keep running non-stop.
Rosario, Argentina: The passion for victory… even in the yard
The passion for football and our team can not be hurt by anything. Not even from the pandemic. Rosario Central fans are anxiously watching the match against Newell's in the backyard of a house. Fans can not go to the stadium due to restrictions on the coronavirus but no one said anything about the houses.
Catalonia, Spain: When the weather is roaring everyone is silent
On Wednesday 1/9, within three hours, more than 250 liters of water fell per square meter in Spain.
Residents describe that they were helplessly watching the water level rise and cover houses, shops, roads and vehicles causing huge damage.
El Alto, Bolivia: Vaccinations Everywhere
The need to vaccinate most of the world's population is absolutely essential in order for the planet to be back on track in real life.
In Bolivia they do not lose a single minute. Vaccinations are also given on buses on the road.
Bali, Indonesia: Coronavirus did not only affect humans
Macaques have a preference for their food: They live almost exclusively on what tourists visiting Bali give them.
Since the coronavirus does not allow travel, at least as far as we knew, the monkeys raid the villages to find something tasty to eat.