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The world in pictures |  Journalism

The world in pictures | Journalism

Here is a selection of the best images from international news from Monday 26 February

Photo by Valeria Ferraro, Associated Press

In the same place, at the same time, a year later: Survivors and relatives of the victims prayed Monday as a migrant boat capsized, on February 26, 2023, not far from the coast of Sticato di Cutro, at the southern tip of Italy. Italy, killing at least 94 migrants.

Photography by Evan Vucci, Associated Press

US President Joe Biden arrives at the Wall Street landing zone in New York on board the plane Navy one.

Photography by Ronen Zvulun/Reuters

A demonstrator shouts during a demonstration by ultra-Orthodox Jews denouncing attempts to change the Israeli government policy that grants them exemptions from compulsory conscription, in Jerusalem.

Photography by Matthias Schrader, Associated Press

A surfer falls after catching an artificial wave in the Eisbach River, which runs through the English Garden, a huge green space located in the center of Munich, Germany.

Photography by Yves Hermann/Reuters

Riot police are trying to disperse the demonstrators with water cannons, while the anger of farmers dissatisfied with unfair competition from cheap imports and falling wages took hold in Brussels on Monday, where the agricultural ministers of European Union member states met.

Photography by Ian Langdon, AFP

Activists from the environmental group Riposte Alimentaire, chained by the neck, blocked traffic during rush hour on Monday morning, on rue La Grande Armée, in Paris, to protest government cuts in the budget for thermal renovation of buildings.

Photo by Benson Ibebuchi, AFP

Nigerian riot police were deployed during the nationwide protest organized by the Joint Action Front and Alliance for Revolution to denounce the policies of the country's current president, Bola Tinubu, in Lagos.

Photography by Kazuhiro Noji, AFP

The main government building in Tokyo, Japan, is illuminated by projections so massive that they are recognized by the world Guinness Book of World Records.

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