Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia - 99 Domes Mosque on Reclamation Area
The 99-dome mosque was built on the reclamation area of the beach at Center Points of Indonesia, Makassar, Indonesia. The mosque, which has become a new icon for the city of Makassar, is one of the most unique mosques in Indonesia. (Moh Niaz Sharief/ZUMA Wire/TNS)
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico - Increase in migrant crossings at U.S. southern border
This photo was taken on March 9, 2021, shows migrants attempting to cross the Rio Bravo river on the border between Mexico and the United States, from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. A large increase in migrants pouring over the U.S. southern border has sparked yet another political fight in Washington between Republicans and Democrats. (David Peinado/Xinhua/Sipa USA/TNS)
London, Buckingham Palace, The United Kingdom - Death of Prince Philip Announced
The announcement of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, who has died at the age of 99, hangs on the gates of Buckingham Palace, London whilst the Union Flag flies at half-mast from the roof. Prince Philip, 99, was the longest-serving consort in British history. (Avalon/Red/via ZUMA Press/TNS)
Keraniganj, Dhaka, Bangladesh - Dockyards in Dhaka flourishing rapidly
Workers carry a heavy piece of metal sheet at a dockyard on the bank of River Buriganga, in Keraniganj, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. With an increasing number of orders from both local and global buyers, the shipbuilding industry of Bangladesh is flourishing rapidly, contributing to the diversification of the country's export basket and generating employment opportunities. (Suvra Kanti Das/ZUMA Wire/TNS)
Nuuk, Denmark - Greenland's General Election 2021
Greenlanders go to the polls in a snap general election this past Tuesday. (Ritzau via ZUMA Press/TNS)
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