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epaselect epa09206390 A gallery worker poses with the work Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama at a preview of the show 'Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms' at Tate Modern in London, Britain, 17 May 2021. Britain is easing some coronavirus restrictions allowing indoors locations such as pubs, museums, galleries, cinemas and adult group sports and exercise classes to reopen from 17 May. Also legal restrictions on meeting others outdoors are lifted. British Prime Minister Johnson hopes to be able to lift the majority of rules by 21 June. EPA/NEIL HALL
epaselect epa09206139 Customers enjoy a breakfast inside the Fox on the Hill pub in London, Britain, 17 May 2021. Britain's roadmap for lockdown easing continues as pubs reopen indoors and people are now allowed to officially hug and travel abroad for holidays from 17 May. British Prime Minister Johnson hopes to be able to lift the majority of rules by 21 June. EPA/ANDY RAIN
epaselect epa09206006 View of the creation 'Untitled, 2011, The Abduction of the Sabine Women' a paraffin wax sculpture by Swiss artist Urs Fischer at the concrete wall rotunda created by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando, during the press visit of the 'Bourse de Commerce', a new venue dedicated to contemporary art created by French Businessman Francois Pinault in Paris, France, 14 May 2021 (issued 17 May 2021). The collection, an ensemble of over 10,000 works by almost 400 artists, features paintings, sculptures, videos, photographs, and installations and will be opened to public on 22 May 2021. EPA/CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON
epaselect epa09205972 An Israeli artillery shelling targets in the Gaza Strip as the escalation continues between the Israeli Army and Hamas forces at the Gaza Border, Israel, 17 May 2021. In response to days of violent confrontations between Israeli security forces and Palestinians in Jerusalem, various Palestinian militants factions in Gaza launched rocket attacks since 10 May that killed at least ten Israelis to date. According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, at least 192 Palestinians, including 58 children, were killed in the recent retaliatory Israeli airstrikes. EPA/ATEF SAFADI
epaselect epa09205801 Police stand guard as members of the LGBTI community march against homophobia and transphobia amid the ongoing National Strike against the government of Ivan Duque, in Bogota, Colombia, 16 May 2021. The Colombian Government and the National Strike Committee began negotiations to address the issues at the core of the ongoing protests in which over 40 people were killed. EPA/Mauricio Duenas CastaĂąeda
epaselect epa09205358 A woman holds a religious figure during a funeral procession for Mayor Bruno Covas, who died this Sunday of cancer, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 16 May 2021. Bruno Covas in 2018 became the youngest mayor of Sao Paulo since the re-democratization of Brazil. Covas died on 16 May at the age of 41 after battling cancer. EPA/Fernando Bizerra
epaselect epa09205339 A person disguised as Spider-Man votes at a polling station during the local and constituent elections, at the University College of El Salvador, in the Nunoa commune, in Santiago, Chile, 16 May 2021. The elections, which were postponed in April due to the pandemic, are held over two days to avoid crowds, during which the more than 14.9 million voters will also elect 354 mayors, 2,252 councilors and 16 regional governors. Chile is also holding a Constitutional Convention election during these elections to select members that will draft a new Constitution to replace the current one, in force since the military dictatorship. EPA/Alberto Valdes
epaselect epa09205626 Migrants are seen upon arrival to Arguineguin port, in Gran Canaria, Canary islands, Spain, 16 May 2021. Spanish Salvamento Maritimo's boat 'Talia' rescued 55 sub-Saharan migrants, 54 men, and a woman, as they traveled on a dugout 100 km away from the island. EPA/ANGEL MEDINA G.
epa09206508 Adam Peaty of Britain competes during the preliminaries of the men's 100 meters breaststroke at the LEN European Aquatics Championships in Duna Arena in Budapest, Hungary, 17 May 2021. EPA/Tamas Kovacs
(210517) -- VIJAYAWADA, May 17, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Aircraft C-130J of Indian Air Force prepares to carry National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel from Vijayawada of India's Andhra Pradesh state to Ahmedabad of India's Gujarat state for the preparation for Cyclone Tauktae, May 17, 2021. Cyclonic storm Tauktae Monday intensified into an extremely severe storm and is likely to hit India's Gujarat coast by the evening, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said. (UNI via Xinhua)