Uvalde Survivors, Mexican festivals, Kentucky floods: World in Photos, Aug. 1

A look at the top photos from around the globe.

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Author: Rafael

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14 thoughts on “Uvalde Survivors, Mexican festivals, Kentucky floods: World in Photos, Aug. 1

  1. There are guns all around the world but mass shootings don't happen all around the world. The problem is Americans.

    44 Americans are shot by other Americans each day and America is the ONLY country on Earth that has school shootings.

    American parents protest at school meetings about? A: School shootings B: Masks.

    The US constitution has been amended 27 times and the 2nd amendment is as easy to amend as abortion law.

  2. in Minneapolis, in the final tabulation, in one night…
    6 buildings were completely demolished.
    22 buildings were looted.
    56 buildings reported property damage.
    30 buildings had fire events.
    And it’s not much different from what happened in Ferguson,
    or what happened in Baltimore,
    or what happens in Chicago every day,
    or what happened in Detroit, or what happened in St. Louis,
    and what’s been going on in this country for 60 years.
    And ya know, the more that I think about it, it’s not much different from what happens in Haiti,
    and what happens in Nigeria,
    and what happens in Somalia,
    and Africa,
    and Jamaica,
    and everywhere else…
    and when are people gonna start to see the pattern here?

  3. I've always love the pictures, humorous, insightful, and all the other emotions you feel when I see the world in photos, the best description I can give may not be an emotion, but spur in me contemplation.

  4. Mexican festivals are great. And I loved the mural of peace in Tehran. I wish the people of Iran with love and peace. I hope the Uvalde survivors stay strong. The Senegal image looks good. I hope there is a movie about these elections in Senegal and that is in French and releases in movie theaters everywhere like AMC Theaters, Regal, and Landmark Theaters in The United States, Cinepolis in Latin America, Cineworld in UK, VOX Cinemas in Egypt and The Middle East, Showbox in South Korea and whatever chains there are in India and other places. And maybe NEON or Focus Features distributes it and rated PG. First Senegalese movie to win an Oscar possibly.

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