Photos of the Day: A Proof of Love and US Flags

From protesters who wave US flags as they march from Chater Garden to the US consulate (they are calling on the US to put pressure on Beijing to meet their demands and for Congress to pass a recently proposed bill expressing support for the protest movement) to a tour boat at the end of a glacier in the Kenai mountains, these highlights will give you the information you need about everything interesting that happened today around the world.

Check them out for more information and start to see our world through photos!

Great Abaco, Bahamas

Residents of Great Abaco board a cargo ship for evacuation to Nassau, the archipelago’s capital, after Hurricane Dorian devastated their island

Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images

Sydney, Australia

A kite in the shape of a humpback whale is flown during the Festival of the Winds at Bondi beach

Photograph: Jenny Evans/Getty Images

Srinagar, India

A Kashmiri Shia Muslim shouts slogans from an Indian police vehicle after he was detained during a Muharram procession. Authorities imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar to prevent Shias from taking part in mourning processions on the eighth day of the Islamic holy month of Muharram

Photograph: Farooq Khan/EPA

Antananarivo, Madagascar

A woman takes holy communion as Pope Francis leads an open-air mass attended by an estimated 1 million people in Madagascar’s capital, Antananarivo

Photograph: Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images

Badalona, Spain

People swim in the sea around floating letters forming the word ‘freedom’ in Catalan during a pro-independence gathering

Photograph: Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images

Hai Phong, Vietnam

A farmer kisses his buffalo after victory in the annual buffalo fighting festival

Photograph: Nguyen Huy Kham/Reuters

Havana, Cuba

A man takes a nap on a tricycle

Photograph: Fernando Medina/Reuters

Washington, US

Stan Riebold drives a team of six Percheron mules in Colfax as his grandson holds on for the ride during an annual demonstration by the Palouse Empire Threshing Bee Association, a group dedicated to preserving old farm machinery and methods

Photograph: Ted S Warren/AP

Venice, Italy

Elizabeth Debicki walks along the red carpet at the premiere of the The Burnt Orange Heresy during the 76th Venice film festival

Photograph: Maria Moratti/Getty Images

Alaska, US

A tour boat at the end of a glacier in the Kenai mountains. A US Geological Survey study showed that global heating is causing glaciers in North America to melt faster than new snow and ice can accumulate

Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images


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