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epa09153614 An egret at the Rossy Walther Wildlife Conservation Center, known as the El Picacho Zoo, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 22 April 2021. Honduras loses some 78,000 hectares of forests annually due to illegal logging, fires and the consumption of fuelwood, said authorities who appealed to the responsibility of people and demanded funding from the Green Climate Fund EPA/Gustavo Amador
epa09153602 Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg speaks at an Earth Day news conference at a new EVGo electric vehicle charging station near Union Station in Washington, DC, USA, 22 April 2021. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO
epa09153586 Federico Navarro (R) of Talleres vies for the ball with Sebastian Rodriguez of Emelec during the Copa Sudamericana soccer match between Talleres and Emelec at stadium Mario Alberto Kempes stadium in Cordoba, Argentina, 22 April 2021. EPA/HERNAN CORTEZ
(210422) -- ATHENS, April 22, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A woman reads a book outside the Zappeion Mansion in downtown Athens, Greece, on April 22, 2021. World Book Day, which falls on April 23, will feel different this year across Greece. Gone are the book fairs, and there will be no competitions and festivities in libraries and in the streets. (Xinhua/Marios Lolos) TO GO WITH Feature: Muted celebrations mark World Book Day in Greece
epa09153572 Afghan President Ashraf Ghani (C) talks with supporters during his visit to Kandahar, Afghanistan, 22 April 2021. Turkey said on 21 April, it had delayed a conference on Afghanistan until the end of the Ramadan fasting month, after the Taliban refused to attend the much-awaited peace talks. The conference was to begin from Sunday 25 April in Istanbul, but the Taliban last week warned that they would boycott if the United States did not adhere to the May 01 deadline for troops withdrawal. EPA/M SADIQ
epa09153552 General view of the space radar built by the US company LeoLabs, inaugurated in the province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica, 22 April 2021. The radar, which is capable of detecting objects as small as a golf ball in space, is one of the most advanced of its kind on the planet. EPA/Jeffrey Arguedas
epa09153537 A Yemeni reads verses from the holy Koran at the Al-Shaab mosque during the fasting month of Ramadan, in Sana'a, Yemen, 22 April 2021. The Al-Shaab mosque was constructed in 2008 on an area of 27,300 square meters and it accommodates 44,000 worshippers. It combines traditional Islamic elements of domes, minarets, arches and bands of incised and gold-leaf calligraphy, and blends it with uniquely Yemeni architectural aspects; the distinctive mud-brick minarets, of which 4 of the 6 are 100 meters high. Muslims around the world celebrate the holy month of Ramadan by praying during the night time and abstaining from eating, drinking, and sexual acts during the period between sunrise and sunset. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and it is believed that the revelation of the first verse in Koran was during its last 10 nights. EPA/YAHYA ARHAB
epa09153523 A jaguar walks in the Conservation Park of Medellin, Colombia, 19 April 2021 (issued 22 April 2021). Jaguars, the largest feline in America and the third in the world after the lion and the tiger, are trying to regain its habitat in Colombia, which has been narrowed by hunting and human activity in regions where it used to live. EPA/Luis Eduardo Noriega A.
epa09153504 Aymara indigenous people of Bolivia participate in the inauguration of the Expo Fair 'Natural Products of the Pachamama', during the commemoration of the International Mother Earth Day at Plaza San Francisco in La Paz, Bolivia, 22 April 2021. Bolivian President pointed out that Mother Earth is 'threatened by savage capitalist development' that has turned life itself into a 'great market, as is the case with vaccines' against COVID-19. EPA/Martin Alipaz
epa09153494 Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer wears a face mask that reads 'Stop Asian Hate' during a news conference after the Senate passed the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA, 22 April 2021. The legislation was crafted in response to an uptick in hate crimes against Asians in the US. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS