The best photos from around the world


Gallery: The best photos from around the world

Gallery: The best photos from around the world

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13 Pictures

The best photos from international news agencies chosen by our image editors.

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A farm submerged in flood water from heavy rains and mudslides on the Sumas Prairie near Chilliwack, British Columbia.Credit:PA

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The migrants settle in a logistics center at the “Kuznitsa” checkpoint on the Belarusian-Polish border near Grodno, Belarus. Polish authorities said on Friday that there were no more migrants camping on the Belarusian side of the European Union’s eastern border, but attempts to enter the bloc’s territory illegally continue and become more aggressive. Hundreds of Iraqis returned home Thursday from Belarus after giving up their hopes of reaching the EU.Credit:PA

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The leaves of a tree are seen with a partial lunar eclipse as a backdrop in Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland. The celestial event, which occurred when the moon was obscured by Earth’s shadow, is expected to last just over six hours, the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years.Credit:A

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Thai children release their Krathong, a floating lantern raft, into the Ping River during Loy Krathong in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Chiang Mai hosts its annual Loy Krathong Festival, a cultural celebration in which Thais throw floating lanterns down the Ping River to bring good luck to Thailand’s 12th lunar month. Loy Krathong 2021 is the first major festival held in Thailand since it reopened to international tourists on November 1, 2021.Credit:Getty Images

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A purebred horse is seen at the Sicab International Horse Fair in Seville, Spain. Seville celebrates the 30th International Horse Show showcasing purebred Spanish horses, after a hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Credit:Getty Images

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Burghausen Castle stands out in the evening light, in Bavaria, Germany.Credit:PA

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The two national Thanksgiving turkeys, Peanut Butter and Jelly, are pictured in the White House rose garden ahead of a thanksgiving ceremony in Washington.Credit:PA

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A young boy celebrates playing cricket with his friends in Chaman-e-Hozori Park, Kabul, Afghanistan.Credit:PA

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An employee of the Istanbul Municipalities Halk Ekmek (People’s Bread) factory checks a bread production line in Istanbul, Turkey. Istanbul’s Halk Ekmek factories produce more than 1.5 million breads a day at half the price of independent bakeries. The Turkish lira continued to fall throughout the week after the Central Bank of Turkey decided to cut its policy rate by one percent, sending the pound to a record low of 11.3 against the dollar. The currency crisis is shaking the Turkish economy and raising living standards as people struggle to make ends meet. Groceries and the cost of living in general continued to rise over the past month, with flour alone increasing 80% in one month, forcing the price of bread from 2TRY to 2.50TRY, many families relying on the half-priced Halk Ekmek (bread of the peoples) to survive. . The looming economic crisis has led Turkish opposition parties to push for immediate elections amid calls for economic mismanagement.Credit:Getty Images

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Workers, one of them disguised as Santa Claus, steer the Crane-lifted Capitol Hill Christmas tree to its location on the West Lawn of Capitol Hill in Washington. This year, the 84-foot “Sugar Bear” White Fir was picked from the Six Rivers National Forest in northern California.Credit:PA

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Coline Keriven and Noel-Antoine Pierre from France compete in the pairs short program at the ISU France Figure Skating Trophy, in Grenoble, French Alps, France.Credit:PA

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An environmental activist dressed in mostly plastic waste at a rally called Fashion Revolution, to raise awareness about climate, in Tel Aviv.Credit:PA

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Sale Sharks’ Matt Postlethwaite watches the smoke from the pre-match fireworks fill the stadium during the Premiership Rugby Cup match between Sale Sharks and Newcastle Falcons at AJ Bell Stadium in Salford, England.Credit:Getty Images

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