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Demonstrators tear down a statue of Italian explorer Cristobal Colon, also known as Christopher Columbus, during protests in Barranquilla, Colombia June 28, 2021. REUTERS/Mery Granados

Demonstrators tear down a statue of Italian explorer Cristobal Colon, also known as Christopher Columbus, durimore

Demonstrators tear down a statue of Italian explorer Cristobal Colon, also known as Christopher Columbus, during protests in Barranquilla, Colombia June 28, 2021. REUTERS/Mery Granados
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Participants wave national and party flags as balloons are released at the end of an event marking the 100th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of China, on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China July 1, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

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Participants wave national and party flags as balloons are released at the end of an event marking the 100th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of China, on Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China July 1, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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An aerial view shows a partially collapsed residential building in Surfside near Miami Beach, Florida, June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Marco Bello

An aerial view shows a partially collapsed residential building in Surfside near Miami Beach, Florida, June 24more

An aerial view shows a partially collapsed residential building in Surfside near Miami Beach, Florida, June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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Hasni Abderrazzek, 44, a Tunisian asylum seeker on hunger strike, is seen with his lips sewed together in a room on the campus of Belgium university ULB in Brussels, Belgium June 29, 2021. Hundreds of undocumented migrants have staged a weeks-long hunger strike in Belgium's capital, and four men stitched their lips shut, to stress their demands for legal recognition and access to work and social services. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Hasni Abderrazzek, 44, a Tunisian asylum seeker on hunger strike, is seen with his lips sewed together in a romore

Hasni Abderrazzek, 44, a Tunisian asylum seeker on hunger strike, is seen with his lips sewed together in a room on the campus of Belgium university ULB in Brussels, Belgium June 29, 2021. Hundreds of undocumented migrants have staged a weeks-long hunger strike in Belgium's capital, and four men stitched their lips shut, to stress their demands for legal recognition and access to work and social services. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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B&B Hotels p/b KTM rider Bryan Coquard of France reacts after a crash during Stage 1 of the Tour de France, from Brest to Landerneau, June 26, 2021. German cyclist Tony Martin was sent tumbling when he rode straight into a cardboard sign being held out by a fan looking the other way at a television camera, causing a massive pile-up. A 30-year-old French woman has been arrested after presenting herself at a police station. REUTERS/Anne-Christine Poujoulat

B&B Hotels p/b KTM rider Bryan Coquard of France reacts after a crash during Stage 1 of the Tour de France, frmore

B&B Hotels p/b KTM rider Bryan Coquard of France reacts after a crash during Stage 1 of the Tour de France, from Brest to Landerneau, June 26, 2021. German cyclist Tony Martin was sent tumbling when he rode straight into a cardboard sign being held out by a fan looking the other way at a television camera, causing a massive pile-up. A 30-year-old French woman has been arrested after presenting herself at a police station. REUTERS/Anne-Christine Poujoulat
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Bill Cosby flashes a "V" sign as he is welcomed outside his home after Pennsylvania's highest court overturned his sexual assault conviction and ordered him released from prison immediately, in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, June 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Mark Makela

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Bill Cosby flashes a "V" sign as he is welcomed outside his home after Pennsylvania's highest court overturned his sexual assault conviction and ordered him released from prison immediately, in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, June 30, 2021.  REUTERS/Mark Makela
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Undercover Israeli security force members hold weapons during a protest after Israel demolished a shop in the Palestinian neighborhood of Silwan in East Jerusalem, June 29, 2021. The demolition triggered scuffles between police and protesters who accused authorities of discriminatory enforcement of building permits in the holy city. REUTERS/Ammar Awad

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Undercover Israeli security force members hold weapons during a protest after Israel demolished a shop in the Palestinian neighborhood of Silwan in East Jerusalem, June 29, 2021. The demolition triggered scuffles between police and protesters who accused authorities of discriminatory enforcement of building permits in the holy city. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
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Indigenous performer Danielle Migwans attends a march to honor the victims and survivors of the indigenous residential school system on Canada Day in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 1, 2021. Calls to scale back or cancel celebrations snowballed after, beginning in May, almost 1,000 unmarked graves were found at former schools that were mainly run by the Catholic Church and funded by the government, sparking a reckoning with the country's colonial past. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio

Indigenous performer Danielle Migwans attends a march to honor the victims and survivors of the indigenous resmore

Indigenous performer Danielle Migwans attends a march to honor the victims and survivors of the indigenous residential school system on Canada Day in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 1, 2021. Calls to scale back or cancel celebrations snowballed after, beginning in May, almost 1,000 unmarked graves were found at former schools that were mainly run by the Catholic Church and funded by the government, sparking a reckoning with the country's colonial past. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
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A demonstrator dances as riot police try to prevent LGBT rights activists from gathering for a Pride parade in central Istanbul, Turkey June 26, 2021. Turkish authorities have repeatedly banned Pride events in recent years. Before then, thousands of people used to take part in the parade on the central Istiklal Avenue. REUTERS/Dilara Senkaya

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A demonstrator dances as riot police try to prevent LGBT rights activists from gathering for a Pride parade in central Istanbul, Turkey June 26, 2021. Turkish authorities have repeatedly banned Pride events in recent years. Before then, thousands of people used to take part in the parade on the central Istiklal Avenue. REUTERS/Dilara Senkaya
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Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, look at a statue they commissioned of their mother Diana, Princess of Wales, in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace, London, Britain July 1, 2021. The brothers unveiled a statue to their late mother on what would have been her 60th birthday, saying they hoped it would be a lasting memorial to her life and legacy. Dominic Lipinski/Pool via REUTERS

Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, look at a statue they commissioned ofmore

Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, look at a statue they commissioned of their mother Diana, Princess of Wales, in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace, London, Britain July 1, 2021. The brothers unveiled a statue to their late mother on what would have been her 60th birthday, saying they hoped it would be a lasting memorial to her life and legacy. Dominic Lipinski/Pool via REUTERS
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Simone Biles wears blue eyeshadow at the U.S. Women's Olympic Gymnastics trials in St. Louis, Missouri, June 25, 2021. Biles secured her ticket to the Tokyo Games as the four-time Olympic champion finished first at the trials. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

Simone Biles wears blue eyeshadow at the U.S. Women's Olympic Gymnastics trials in St. Louis, Missouri, June 2more

Simone Biles wears blue eyeshadow at the U.S. Women's Olympic Gymnastics trials in St. Louis, Missouri, June 25, 2021. Biles secured her ticket to the Tokyo Games as the four-time Olympic champion finished first at the trials. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
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Armed men who are against a Taliban uprising stand at their check post, at the Ghorband District, Parwan Province, Afghanistan, June 29, 2021. The Taliban has increased attacks on Afghan forces and claimed more territory as foreign troops withdraw, leading hundreds of former "mujahideen" fighters and civilians to take up arms to help the army repel a growing Taliban insurgency. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Armed men who are against a Taliban uprising stand at their check post, at the Ghorband District, Parwan Provimore

Armed men who are against a Taliban uprising stand at their check post, at the Ghorband District, Parwan Province, Afghanistan, June 29, 2021. The Taliban has increased attacks on Afghan forces and claimed more territory as foreign troops withdraw, leading hundreds of former "mujahideen" fighters and civilians to take up arms to help the army repel a growing Taliban insurgency. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
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Jade Chung, 24, a freelance journalist whose work focuses on human rights and pro-democracy activists, poses for a photograph in front of a wall covered with ads at Kwun Tong in Hong Kong, China. "If Hong Kong is a person, the ground is the skin. It's like they are doing a laser surgery," said Chung. Beyond the physical changes of disappeared Lennon walls and graffiti, she said that after the government started to crack down, many things became hard to say out loud. That has led to secret codes of resistance against authoritarian rule, she said. Chung wants to unlock a version of events that won't be told in history lessons and is fading from public discourse. "We do not want to remember, yet do not dare to forget. People do many things on the side to protect our collective memory," said Chung. "We did not forget. We may be waiting for a chance to do something." Picture taken May 6, 2021. REUTERS/Lam Yik

Jade Chung, 24, a freelance journalist whose work focuses on human rights and pro-democracy activists, poses fmore

Jade Chung, 24, a freelance journalist whose work focuses on human rights and pro-democracy activists, poses for a photograph in front of a wall covered with ads at Kwun Tong in Hong Kong, China. "If Hong Kong is a person, the ground is the skin. It's like they are doing a laser surgery," said Chung. Beyond the physical changes of disappeared Lennon walls and graffiti, she said that after the government started to crack down, many things became hard to say out loud. That has led to secret codes of resistance against authoritarian rule, she said. Chung wants to unlock a version of events that won't be told in history lessons and is fading from public discourse. "We do not want to remember, yet do not dare to forget. People do many things on the side to protect our collective memory," said Chung. "We did not forget. We may be waiting for a chance to do something." Picture taken May 6, 2021. REUTERS/Lam Yik
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Gravediggers take a break as they work at the burial area provided by the government for coronavirus victims, in Jakarta, Indonesia, June 28, 2021. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Gravediggers take a break as they work at the burial area provided by the government for coronavirus victims, more

Gravediggers take a break as they work at the burial area provided by the government for coronavirus victims, in Jakarta, Indonesia, June 28, 2021. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
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Journalists react as police face them during clashes with demonstrators amid anti-government protests in Bogota, Colombia, June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita

Journalists react as police face them during clashes with demonstrators amid anti-government protests in Bogotmore

Journalists react as police face them during clashes with demonstrators amid anti-government protests in Bogota, Colombia, June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita
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A pigeon walks past social distancing markers in an empty light rail car at Circular Quay during a coronavirus lockdown in Sydney, Australia, July 1, 2021. REUTERS/Loren Elliott

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A pigeon walks past social distancing markers in an empty light rail car at Circular Quay during a coronavirus lockdown in Sydney, Australia, July 1, 2021. REUTERS/Loren Elliott
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People wait for the pool to open at James Finnegan Playground as around two-thirds of city swimming pools begin to reopen, due to a shortage of lifeguards, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah Beier

People wait for the pool to open at James Finnegan Playground as around two-thirds of city swimming pools begimore

People wait for the pool to open at James Finnegan Playground as around two-thirds of city swimming pools begin to reopen, due to a shortage of lifeguards, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 30, 2021. REUTERS/Hannah Beier
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Spectators watch fireworks explode in the sky as the brig "Rossiya" (Russia) with scarlet sails floats along the Neva River during festivities to honor school graduates in Saint Petersburg, Russia June 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Anton Vaganov

Spectators watch fireworks explode in the sky as the brig "Rossiya" (Russia) with scarlet sails floats along tmore

Spectators watch fireworks explode in the sky as the brig "Rossiya" (Russia) with scarlet sails floats along the Neva River during festivities to honor school graduates in Saint Petersburg, Russia June 26, 2021.  REUTERS/Anton Vaganov
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A fan of England celebrates after England's Raheem Sterling scored their first goal during their Euro 2020 match against Germany, in Boxpark, Croydon, in London, Britain, June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

A fan of England celebrates after England's Raheem Sterling scored their first goal during their Euro 2020 matmore

A fan of England celebrates after England's Raheem Sterling scored their first goal during their Euro 2020 match against Germany, in Boxpark, Croydon, in London, Britain, June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls
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The Strawberry Supermoon sets behind the 66-meter (217-ft) tall Millennium cross over Skopje, North Macedonia June 25, 2021.   REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski

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The Strawberry Supermoon sets behind the 66-meter (217-ft) tall Millennium cross over Skopje, North Macedonia June 25, 2021.   REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski
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Security tight in Hong Kong on handover anniversary

Police deployed in the streets of Hong Kong in large numbers to prevent protests on the anniversary of the city's return to Chinese rule.

2021年 07月 2日

Harry and William put aside feud to unveil statue to Princess Diana

British Princes William and Harry put their differences aside when they unveiled a statue to their late mother Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th...

2021年 07月 2日

China's Communist Party celebrates 100th birthday

China's Communist Party celebrates its 100th birthday, expressing pride in China's development and wishes for a more powerful country.

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Photos of the month: June

Our top photos from June 2021.

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その他のスライドショー

Ukrainian civilians caught in the crossfire of Russia's invasion

Ukrainian civilians caught in the crossfire of Russia's invasion

Residents around Ukraine face the daily reality of the Russian invasion.

Russia's reservists called-up for Ukraine war train to fight

Russia's reservists called-up for Ukraine war train to fight

Russian reservists train to fight in Ukraine as tens of thousands of men seeking to avoid the draft fled abroad.

Extreme piercings put devotees in soul-cleansing trance at Thai festival

Extreme piercings put devotees in soul-cleansing trance at Thai festival

Devotees say the piercings symbolize repentance for sins and is meant to ward off evil spirits.

In pictures: Ukrainian forces burst through Russian lines

In pictures: Ukrainian forces burst through Russian lines

Russian forces in the eastern Donetsk and southern Kherson regions have been forced to retreat in recent days and appear to be struggling to halt an increasingly Western-equipped Ukrainian army.

In pictures: Oktoberfest returns after two-year hiatus

In pictures: Oktoberfest returns after two-year hiatus

Oktoberfest, the world's largest beer festival, kicks off for the first time since 2019, marking the end of a two-year hiatus as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

NYC or Chicago: El Paso buses asylum-seeking migrants north

NYC or Chicago: El Paso buses asylum-seeking migrants north

Asylum-seeking migrants head to New York and Chicago from Texas to start a new life.

Humanity's great heights: The surreal symmetry of Catalonia's human towers

Humanity's great heights: The surreal symmetry of Catalonia's human towers

Surreal scenes as teams face-off in the biannual human tower competition in Spain's Tarragona city.

Protesters rally around the world over the death of Mahsa Amini

Protesters rally around the world over the death of Mahsa Amini

Protesters rallied around the world as demonstrations ignited by the death of an Iranian woman in police custody entered their third week.

Scenes from Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian

Scenes from Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian

One of the strongest storms ever to hit the U.S. mainland, Hurricane Ian flooded Gulf Coast communities and knocked out power to millions.

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