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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

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Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

Image caption

Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

Image caption

A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

Image caption

Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

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Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

Image caption

Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

Image caption

A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

Image caption

Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

Image caption

Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

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Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

Image caption

Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

Image caption

A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

Image caption

Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

Image caption

Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

Image caption

Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

Image caption

Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

Image caption

A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

Image caption

Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

Image caption

Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

Image caption

Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

All photographs belong to the copyright holders as marked.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

Image caption

Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

Image caption

A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

Image caption

Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

Image caption

Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

Image caption

Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

All photographs belong to the copyright holders as marked.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

Image caption

Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

Image caption

A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

Image caption

Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

Image caption

Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

Image caption

Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

All photographs belong to the copyright holders as marked.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

Image caption

Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

Image caption

A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

Image caption

Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

Image caption

Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

Image caption

Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

All photographs belong to the copyright holders as marked.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

Image caption

Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

Image caption

A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

Image caption

Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

Image caption

Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

Image caption

Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

All photographs belong to the copyright holders as marked.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

news A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies at a hospital in ThailandImage copyright
Rungroj Yongrit / EPA-EFE

Image caption

A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
Yaroslav Yemelianenko / Reuters

Image caption

Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

Image caption

The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

Image caption

April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

Image caption

People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
Andressa / Getty Images

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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
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Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

news Inside view of Brasilia Cathedral before the start of the Palm Sunday massImage copyright
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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

news The pink supermoon rises behind the storks in their nestImage copyright
Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

news People wearing protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in WuhanImage copyright
Roman Pilipey / EPA-EFE

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

news Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children in HebronImage copyright
Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

news A Image copyright
Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

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Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

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News Week in pictures: 4-10 April 2020

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A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week as people react to the spread of the coronavirus.

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A nurse puts face shields on newborn babies as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic at Princ Hospital Suvarnabhumi, Thailand.

news Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine on 5 April 2020Image copyright
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Smoke rises from a forest fire in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, outside the village of Rahivka, Ukraine.

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The congregation was unable to attend the Palm Sunday mass at the Cathedral of Brasilia because of restrictions imposed in Brazil because of the coronavirus. The service took place behind closed doors and was broadcast on social media.

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Georgi Licovski / EPA-EFE

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April’s pink supermoon rises behind storks in their nest in the village of Rzanicino, near Skopje, North Macedonia. The moon’s name is not a description of its colour but a North American reference to an early-blooming wildflower.

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People in protective face masks work on an assembly line at the Dongfeng Honda plant in Wuhan, China, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Its strict lockdown was lifted on 8 April, allowing some people to leave the city for the first time in more than two months.

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Mussa Qawasma / Reuters

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Clowns arrive to entertain Palestinian children during a home-confinement order amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus disease in Hebron in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

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Henry Nicholls / Reuters

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A “get well soon” message was attached to a statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Westminster after current UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

news Relatives of a dead person line up for a funeral outside the Durán cemeteryImage copyright
Francisco Macias / Getty Images

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Relatives await a funeral outside the Durán cemetery in Guayaquil, the city most affected by coronavirus in Ecuador. Bodies remain in houses and apartments for days due to overcrowding in the mortuaries.

news The photographer's pet whippet looks towards the television as Queen Elizabeth II addresses the nationImage copyright
Anthony Devlin / Getty Images

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Some 24 million people watched as Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UK in a special broadcast from Windsor Castle about the coronavirus outbreak. She thanked front-line workers, called on the public to “remain united and resolute” and promised: “We will meet again.”

news An exterior view of The 101 Hotel in Bogor, IndonesiaImage copyright
Willy Kurniawan / Reuters

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Lights from rooms in The 101 Hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, were illuminated to form the shape of a heart to show support for medical and other key workers tackling the spread of coronavirus.

All photographs belong to the copyright holders as marked.

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