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This week, a protester doused herself in red liquid on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival. During the action, the woman was dressed in a dress in the colors of the Ukrainian flag.
Climate activists from Greenpeace and Extinction Rebellion staged a protest in London to disrupt the annual meeting of shareholders of the oil giant Shell. Shell chairman Andrew McKenzie was unable to start the rally for more than an hour as dozens of protesters stood up chanting and singing “Shut down Shell” and “Go to hell, Shell”.
At noon on Wednesday, hospitals across France observed silence in memory of nurse Karen Mesino from Reims University Hospital, who was killed by a man suffering from a mental disorder.
A building in Sydney’s central business district was destroyed by fire on Thursday. Aerial footage shows the flames engulfing the seven-story building as firefighters tried to contain the blaze.
Residents of Santiago Halicintle in central Mexico struggled to go about their daily business on Tuesday as Popocatepetl, considered one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, continued to spew gas and ash into the sky.
Finally, the music world mourned the loss of the icon when Tina Turner, the “queen of rock and roll”, passed away at the age of 83. Her stunning performances, powerful voice and indomitable spirit have left an indelible mark on the music industry, inspiring generations of artists and fans.
Let the photos tell the story.