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Africa’s week in pictures: eleven – seventeen September 2020


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Africa’s week in pictures: eleven – seventeen September 2020

Publishedduration11 minutes agoA selection of the week’s best photos from across the continent and beyond:image copyrightEPAimage captionThree men head out for an early morning paddle on Tuesday on the Emmarencia Dam in Johannesburg, South Africa…image copyrightReutersimage captionDays earlier in the neighbourhood of Soweto, a customer visits a hair salon…image copyrightReutersimage captionSeen from the outside here,…

Africa’s week in pictures: eleven – seventeen September 2020

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A assortment of the week’s most effective pictures from across the continent and beyond:

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graphic captionThree males head out for an early early morning paddle on Tuesday on the Emmarencia Dam in Johannesburg, South Africa…

impression copyrightReuters

picture captionTimes earlier in the neighbourhood of Soweto, a client visits a hair salon…

picture copyrightReuters

impression captionFound from the outdoors in this article, also on Friday.

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graphic captionOn Sunday Hyvin Kiyeng, Mercy Chepkurui and Beatrice Chepkoech – all Kenyan – compete at the Istaf athletics event in Germany.

impression copyrightEPA

picture captionA sleepy college student yawns on Tuesday as Tunisia’s colleges reopen for the initially time since the coronavirus lockdown started in March.

image copyrightEPA

graphic captionOn Saturday thousands of supporters show up at a rally in Ivory Coast’s capital for former President Henri Konan Bédié, who is standing for election after once more at following month’s polls. His prolonged-time rival Alassane Ouattara is trying to find a 3rd time period in business pursuing the sudden death of his protégé Amadou Gon Coulibaly.

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image captionSerious flooding in elements of Sudan’s cash Khatoum is noticed from the air on Monday.

picture copyrightEPA

picture captionLeaders of West Africa’s regional bloc Ecowas lead talks with Mali’s armed forces on Tuesday, as they look for a transition to civilian rule pursuing final month’s coup.

picture copyrightEPA

graphic captionAnd South Africans wait around to spend tribute to the passing funeral procession of anti-apartheid activist George Bizos. The human rights law firm, who represented Nelson Mandela at the Rivonia demo, died very last 7 days aged 92.

Photos from Reuters, EPA and AFP.

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