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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 Sunday 7 April.

Photography: Alexander Ermochenko – Reuters

Activists carry a giant flag of the Donetsk People's Republic in Saur-Mogila as part of celebrations surrounding the 10th anniversaryH Anniversary of the creation of the Moscow satellite state in occupied Ukraine.

Photography by Karim Jaafar, Agence France-Presse

These young girls stand in a pickup truck and participate in a procession just before iftar, the evening meal during Ramadan, in Doha, Qatar.

Photo by Dzeki Oktomuliadi, Agence France-Presse

Hundreds of motorcyclists line up to board a ferry across the Sunda Strait, between the islands of Sumatra and Java, Indonesia, hoping to get home in time to celebrate iftar.

Photography by Lucas Jalwala – Reuters

Former Polish President Lech Walesa casts his vote at the ballot box during local elections in Gdańsk. Despite the relative victory of the populist nationalists from the Law and Justice Party (33.7% of the votes, according to an Ipsos poll), the pro-European ruling coalition, which includes the Civic Coalition (31.9%), received a third of the votes. The Way (13.5%) and the Left (6.8%) were able to maintain their political weight.

Photo by Emmanuel Dunand, AFP

Residents placed flowers at the entrance of Les Sablons Administrative College in memory of Shams Al-Din, the teenager who died of his injuries after being beaten. Government spokeswoman Prisca Thevenot denounced X as a “barbaric crime” to which “our society will not bow.”

Photography: Tauseef Mustafa, Agence France-Presse

A Kashmiri farmer picks wild tulips in a field in Pampore, Indian Kashmir.

Photography by Nick Bothma, Reuters

High waves crashed into Kalk Bay Harbour, South Africa, after the South African Weather Service (SAWS) issued a severe storm warning.

Photography: Tang Chin Southee, Agence France-Presse

Villagers in Kampong Spui province held a traditional bullock cart race on the sidelines of the Cambodian New Year celebrations.

Photography by Hussein Falih, Agence France-Presse

These Iraqis admire the sky at dawn on the bridge that spans the Shatt al-Arab River in Basra.

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