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epaselect epa09194888 Dead bodies lie on the ground as government health worker Asim Das disinfects inside a burning ghat before a funeral ceremony of Covid-19 victims near the river Ganges, during coronavirus pandemic crisis far north of Kolkata, eastern India, 12 May 2021. State Government imposed a new partial lockdown order for next one month to combat coronavirus pandemic in Kolkata. According to the Indian Ministry of Health, India recorded 348,000 fresh Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours. EPA/PIYAL ADHIKARY
epaselect epa09194563 A funeral home employee sanitizes coffins in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 06 May 2021 (Issued 12 May 2021). Argentina is approaching the barrier of 70,000 deaths from COVID-19 at a time when the light at the end of the tunnel is still not seen due to the high numbers of daily infections and the extreme situation of the hospital system. EPA/Juan Ignacio Roncoroni
epaselect epa09194542 A digital stacked combination of multiple exposures shows a train of brightly-lit SpaceX Starlink 24 mission satellites pass the night sky in train formation near Herrnleis, Austria, 09 May 2021 (issued 12 May 2021). A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched the Starlink 24 mission by US space company SpaceX from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on 07 April 2021. The Starlink mass-produced satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO) work in satellite internet constellations to provide future customers with access to high-speed Internet. EPA/CHRISTIAN BRUNA
epaselect epa09195106 Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo jubilates with his teammates after scoring during the Italian Serie A soccer match US Sassuolo vs Juventus FC at Mapei Stadium in Reggio Emilia, Italy, 12 May 2021. EPA/ELISABETTA BARACCHI
epaselect epa09194780 Dortmund's Erling Haaland during the team's training session at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany, 12 May 2021. Dortmund will face RB Leipzig in the German DFB Cup final soccer match on 13 May 2021 in Berlin. EPA/FILIP SINGER .
epaselect epa09194625 Republican Representative from New York Elise Stefanik walks to her office on Capitol hill, in Washington, DC, USA, 12 May 2021. Earlier in the day House Republicans voted to remove Liz Cheneyâs House GOP Conference Chair position. Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is leading the charge to replace Cheney with Representative from New York Elise Stefanik. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS
epa09195105 A picture taken with a drone of the sunset on Oosterscheldekering, the storm surge barrier on the delta of Scheldt river and the North Sea, designed to protect the Netherlands from flooding from the North Sea , seen from Kamperland, in Zeeland , Netherlands, 12 May 2021. EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET
epa09195097 Dutch Queen Maxima (2-R) and her family, (L-R) Princess Alexia, Queen Maxima, King Willem-Alexander, and Princess Amalia, arrive at the Royal Theater Carre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 12 May 2021. The royal family are there for the recordings of the TV broadcast 'Queen Maxima a life full of music' on the occasion of the queen's 50th birthday. EPA/EVERT ELZINGA
epa09195065 A displaced Yemeni child plays with a doll at a camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) on the outskirts of Sana'a, Yemen, 10 May 2021 (Issued 12 May 2021). The UN Security Council held 12 May 2021 consultations on the latest developments in Yemen in which the UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, complained that his efforts to end the country's six-year war were not gaining traction, accusing the Houthis of continuing a military escalation despite his efforts to cut a ceasefire deal with Yemen's Saudi-backed government. The prolonged conflict has plunged Yemen into the world's largest humanitarian crisis with an estimated 80 percent of Yemen's 29 million-population are in need of humanitarian assistance, and led to the displacement of more than three million people. EPA/YAHYA ARHAB