Photos of the Day: Demonstrators and Migrants
From a prototype of a Volocopter air taxi during a test flight to a late Archaic period silver coin unearthed from the ancient city of Tenea which, according to myth, was founded by Agamemnon to house the Trojan prisoners following the Trojan war, these photos will impress you.
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16 year-old Montaha from Aleppo, Syria, walks with her two months daughter Batour after their arrival at the port near Athens. About 700 refugees and migrants arrived from Samos island as authorities have been moving hundreds of migrants deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded Samos camp to camps on the mainland
Photograph: Petros Giannakouris/AP
Skopje, North Macedonia
People play with water from a fountain near the “Warrior on a horse” monument
Photograph: Ognen Teofilovski/Reuters
Demonstrators outside the Houses of Parliament. Prime Minister Boris Johnson published his
Photograph: Peter Summers/Getty Images
Riot police try to disperse demonstrators during the fifth straight day of street violence which erupted over a now suspended hike in metro ticket prices
Photograph: Martin Bernetti/AFP via Getty Images
Canadian Prime Minister and Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau greets supporters as he celebrates his election victory
Photograph: Valerie Blum/EPA
The lighthouse in Rubjerg Knude is moved back from the sea. The 120-year-old structure was put on wheels and rails to move it 80 metres away from the North Sea, which has eroded the coast.
Photograph: Hans Ravn/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP via Getty Images
Migrants wait to disembark from a boat after arriving at the port. Maritime officers rescued 81 people (including 14 children) on a dinghy crossing the western Mediterranean.
Photograph: Jesús Mérida/SOPA Images/REX/Shutterstock
Dalma Island, UAE
Competitors sail their dhows as they take part in the Dalma sailing festival.
Photograph: Karim Sahib/AFP via Getty Images
A late Archaic period silver coin unearthed from the ancient city of Tenea which, according to myth, was founded by Agamemnon to house the Trojan prisoners following the Trojan war. The first findings came to light in 1984 but excavations officially began in 2013.
Photograph: Orestis Panagiotou/EPA