The strongest photos of the past week

The strongest photos of the week

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The photographers' lenses have "caught" in the most brilliant way the most important events that happened last week from one end of the world to the other. The most representative images of the last days must have some basic ingredients: Colors, passion, tears, effort, survival, joy, and pain.

Regardless of the difficulties we face and they are many and everywhere, that is, all those things that make our life have some meaning.

The fact that a picture is worth a thousand words is certain and proven. You do not need many words for the photos below. In them they are concentrated what happened in the world last week.

London, England: A new era is dawning

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Two new coins bearing the official portrait of King Charles III, the new 50 pence coin on the left and the new commemorative £5 coin on the right, which will be among the first coins to feature the new king's likeness, were unveiled at journalists in London. The effigy of the king was created by the British sculptor Martin Jennings and approved by the king.

Fort Myers, Florida: The floating, now Fort Myers neighborhood

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Hurricane Ian caused catastrophic flooding in Florida, plunging millions of households into darkness. Roads completely flooded and cars swept away by currents are its main disasters. In the city of Fort Myers, the flooding was so great that some neighborhoods looked like lagoons, with water even more than three meters high.

Russia: Where it goes it goes

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A day after President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilization to bolster his troops in Ukraine, many Russians are fleeing their homes as long lines of vehicles have formed at a border crossing between the Russian region of North Ossetia and Georgia after Moscow's announcement of partial military mobilization.

Bornholm Island, Denmark: Russian sabotage or just an accident?

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A large sea disturbance was seen off the coast of the Danish island of Bornholm last Tuesday after a series of unusual leaks on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines that run from Russia under the Baltic Sea to Germany have raised concerns of a possible sabotage. Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen says she "cannot rule out" sabotage after three leaks were found in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines.

London, England: The Definition of Noble Rivalry

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An emotional Roger Federer next to partner Rafael Nadal after their Laver Cup loss against Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe in London. Federer and Nadal's losing match marked the end of Federer's illustrious career, which included 20 Grand Slam titles.  

Tehran, Iran: Tehran is 'burning'

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Pro-government protesters burn effigies of the British, Israeli and American flags during their rally condemning recent anti-government protests over the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman arrested by the country's morality police, in Tehran, sparking a wave of backlash for her unjust loss.

Rome, Italy: The primacy of the extreme right

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The leader of the far-right Brothers of Italy party Giorgia Meloni at her party's election offices in Rome early Monday morning holds a placard that reads in Italian "Thank you Italy", after the announcement of the election results that put her first in the national elections of Italy. National elections in the neighboring country could produce the country's first far-right-led government since the end of World War II.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Virtual reality and the millions following it

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A woman experiences VR during The Dubai Metaverse Assembly at Emirates Towers, Dubai. With Metaverse technology, Dubai expects to attract around 1.000 technology companies, support 40.000 virtual jobs and add $40 billion to the country's GDP by 2030.

Tokyo, Japan: The final farewell to the longest-serving leader

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Two months after his assassination in July, the state funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japan's longest-serving leader in modern history, took place in Tokyo. Abe was the best-known figure in Japanese politics both at home and abroad, with his vigorous diplomatic activity and economic policy of fiscal and monetary recovery dubbed 'Abenomics'.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: The desperate move to avoid the… rain

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A child on his way to school holds his hands over his ears to avoid his mother yelling at him for forgetting his backpack, in the Saude neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


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