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May 6, 2021, Roma, Texas, USA: An Illegal immigrant walks through tall grass, while carrying a small child as asylum-seekers cross the Rio Grande River at the border with Mexico in Roma. The Biden administration in recent weeks has opened more than a dozen emergency child shelters to remove migrant children from Border Patrol custody, using convention centers, concert venues, army bases and camps built for oil-field workers to address the surge in unaccompanied minors.
Story of the Week #785: TUESDAY May 4, 2021: 'PANDEMIC ISOLATION' by award winning ZUMA Photographer Rick D'Elia who has worked with NGO's worldwide: The coronavirus pandemic is causing an epidemic of loneliness and social isolation among adults, carrying with it significant health and emotional risks, according to the United Health Foundation. Arizona based ZUMA photojournalist, Rick D'Elia felt the need to begin to record this extraordinary time to show what life looks like during the pandemic, with its barriers of physical distance, including 10 feet or more, masks and sometimes glass windows. Rick captured simple moments of families and - more...
May 6, 2021: Albert Pujols is being released by the Los Angeles Angels early in the final season of his 10-year, $240 million contract, the team announced on Thursday. FILE PICTURE: August 31, 2019, Anaheim, California, USA: ALBERT PUJOLS #5 of the Los Angeles Angels during a MLB baseball game between the Los Angeles Angels and the Boston Red Sox at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Friday, Aug. 30, 2019 in Anaheim, - more...
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Bill and Melinda Gates Getting Divorced
February 13, 2019, Kirkland, Washington, USA: Photo provided by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation shows that BILL GATES (R) and MELINDA GATES pose for a photo after annotating the 2019 annual letter in Kirkland, Washington, the United States. Bill and Melinda Gates released their 2019 annual letter on Feb. 12 and a video speech was exclusively broadcast via Xinhua. Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, said that exciting progress against poverty and disease around the world has been made in 2018, and China has been a major contributor to this progress. Bill Gates has called for strengthened investment in innovation in key areas so that related industries can continue to develop without worsening climate change. In their 2019 annual letter, Bill and Melinda Gates shared nine things that have surprised them over the course of their nearly two decades of work together in global health and development.
Wreath-laying ceremony Sophie Scholl/White Rose
- 07 May 2021, Bavaria, Munich: Markus Söder (CSU), Prime Minister of Bavaria, attends the Sophie Scholl/White Rose wreath-laying ceremony on the staircase of Ludwig Maximilian University.
Rainy in Berlin
- 07 May 2021, Berlin: A woman walks through a cherry blossom avenue in heavy rain. On Sunday it is supposed to finally become early summer warm.
Coronavirus: Spahn press conference
- 07 May 2021, Berlin: Lothar Wieler, President of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) , speaks at the weekly press conference at the Federal Press Conference on the current coronal situation.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS from LAST 24 HOURS
Academy Awards 2021: RED CARPET
April 25, 2021, Los Angeles, California, USA: Oscar winner H.E.R. arrives on the red carpet of The 93rd Oscars at Union Station in Los Angeles..
Amanda Holden Spotted at Global Radio
May 6, 2021, London, United Kingdom: AMANDA HOLDEN seen at Global Radio Studios in London.
'The Gift' Performs In Maia, Portugal
May 6, 2021, Maia, Portugal: Singer SONIA TAVARES from the Portuguese band 'The Gift' performs during the Maia Fest Music in Maia.
Ashley Roberts Spotted at Global Studios
May 6, 2021, London, United Kingdom: ASHLEY ROBERTS at Global Radio Studios in London.
SPORTS WORLD from LAST 24 HOURS
Governor Gavin Newsom Recall Only 2nd in History
April 28, 2021: CALIFORNIA WILL HAVE HISTORIC RECALL VOTE OF GOV. NEWSOM: A recall of his own creation. Shows that even a one-party stronghold like California can be rocked by all the controversies that now have Newsom facing a unheard of historic recall election, it was a pair of prosaic events on Nov. 6, a court hearing and a dinner. That Friday morning, a Sacramento Superior Court judge gave a small cadre of recall proponents, 4 additional months to gather signatures for a petition to recall Newsom. The state felt the governor had such a compelling case that its lawyers did not even show up for oral arguments against the recall proponents, who said Mr. Newsom’s pandemic restrictions had “severely inhibited” their ability to collect the nearly 1.5 million signatures required. Then, that night, Mr. Newsom and his wife celebrated the birthday of J. Kinney, a Sacramento lobbyist and longtime friend and adviser. The governor had recently urged residents to stay home amid fears of a holiday-season virus outbreak, but there he was in Napa Valley, schmoozing mask-less at the French Laundry restaurant. Photographs of him mingling set off a fury up and down the state. Within a month, a recall effort that had only managed to submit roughly 4 percent of the necessary signatures was suddenly soaring, and the petition gained nearly 500,000 signatures. With Monday’s announcement that the recall has officially qualified for the ballot, California finds itself plunged into a political reversal-of-fortune scenario: A fading Republican Party that has not won a statewide election in 15 years is mounting a real challenge to a high-profile Democratic leader, in only the second recall election of a California governor in more than 80 years of attempts. FILE IMAGE SHOT ON: August 18, 2020, Sacramento, California, USA: Gov. GAVIN NEWSOM tours cooling facility at the Library Galleria with Sacramento Mayor DARRELL STEINBERG in Sacramento.
NBA 2021: Lakers 98:118 Clippers
May 6, 2021, Los Angeles, California, USA: RAJON RONDO #4 of the LA Clippers controls the ball against K. Kuzma #0 of the Los Angeles Lakers in the first half of a NBA basketball game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
MLB 2021: Diamondbacks 1:3 Marlins
May 6, 2021, Miami, Florida, USA: Miami Marlins batter MIGUEL ROJAS (19) reacts to his home run toward left field during the first inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks at loanDepot park in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami.
Beach Volleyball At Poolbeg Beach In Dublin
May 6, 2021, Dublin, Ireland: A group of friends, consisting of Brazilians, Russians, Lithuanians, French and Italians, playing beach volleyball at Poolbeg Beach, Dublin, on a sunny May evening.
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January 6, 2021, Washington, District of Columbia, USA: Among the supporters of President Trump who mobbed their way into the U.S. Capitol, one in his fur, horned hat and painted face, was Jacob Anthony Chansley, a.k.a JAKE ANGELI, a QAnon supporter who has been a fixture at Arizona right-wing political rallies over the past year. Rioters swarmed Capitol Hill as Congress voted to affirm the election victory of President-elect Biden over President Trump. Rioters breached all security barriers, went up the Hill's stairs reserved for Congressional members, and stormed the Senate floor.
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April 16, 2021, Tijuana, Mexico: Haitian refugees hold hands during a sunset as they look at the wall standing between them and the US on Mexican side of the San Ysidro Port of Entry.
LOST IN LIMBO
April 16, 2021, Tijuana, Mexico: The view from Tijuana, looking over to the American side of the border wall that ends in the Pacific Ocean.
LOST IN LIMBO
April 16, 2021, Tijuana, Mexico: A young girl braids a boys hair at the Chaparral Camp in Tijuana. Children comprise at least 30 per cent of migrants in Mexican shelters according to UNICEF. Half have travelled without their parents, which is among the highest proportions ever recorded in Mexico.
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