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Tuesday, 21st May, 2019
Pictures Speak… (News in Photos)

Africa speaks through pictures [bbc]

A Malian refugee working as a farm apprentice takes care of sheep in south-western France

A man counts out bond notes, Zimbabwes local currency that is fast losing its value, on Wednesday at a vegetable market in the capital, Harare...

A woman carries mannequins through a township of Harare that has witnessed a brutal crackdown on protesters angered by the state of the economy.

An Ivorian artist gets creative with old telephone keyboards on Thursdsay at his workshop in Abidjan.

Ethiopia Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed shows off some traditional cloth at the Vatican as he exchanges gifts with Pope Francis on Monday.

Ethiopian Orthodox Christians use smart phones on Friday during the festival of Timket, or Epiphany, in the capital, Addis Ababa.

It is a ceremony dedicated to the Hindu god of war. Here one worshipper carries a KAVADI - a personal offering - on his shoulders.

Mourners attend a service in Kenya capital, Nairobi, for those who died when militants attacked the Dusit hotel compound last week.

The day before near Durban, in South Africa, a man pierced with spikes, flowers and limes dances at the Hindu Thaipoosam Kavady festival

The facade of Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, an old grain silo, is pictured in the South African city of Cape Town.

Those wanting to catch a glimpse of the inauguration of the Democratic Republic of Congo new leader climb a tree in the grounds of the presidential palace in Kinshasa…

Umbrellas are up in Madagascar capital, Antananarivo, on Saturday for the swearing in of Andry Rajoelina, winner of presidential polls last month.
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