This week, mourners came from all over the country (and beyond) to pay their last respects to Queen Elizabeth II, in London’s Green Park, Belfast or Edinburgh.
Away from the frenzied crowd, journalists met Mykola Gonchar, 58, and his mother Nina, 92, the only survivors of the bombing in Bohorodychne, in the Donbass region, a village that has been repeatedly captured and retaken by Ukrainians and Russians on the front lines.
Huge deposits of multi-colored plastic, dragged by various tributaries, cover the calm waters of Lake Suchitlan in El Salvador like a blanket.
Finally, the French city of Toulouse experienced a new version of rugby: water rugby. To score a try on a floating platform that doubles as a rugby pitch, you have to dive into the waters of the Garonne River.
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