Photos of the Day: Activists and Flames

From the British astronaut Tim Peake who has led a groundbreaking project to turn off all of a village’s lights to capture the celestial beauty of the cosmos using just a mobile phone at Star in west Wales to Rohingya boys who queue for lunch at Hnget Awe San youth rehabilitation center in Kawhmu township, these photos will impress you.

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Tokyo, Japan

A man looks at a moving LED screen presentation of autumn foliage at the Nissan booth at the Tokyo motor show

Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters

Barcelona, Spain

Catalan independence activists gather during a protest

Photograph: Jon Nazca/Reuters

Sydney, Australia

People walk past the sculpture Between by Greek artist Danai Kotsaki on Bondi beach. The sculpture is part of the 23rd edition of Sculpture by the Sea, featuring artists from Australia and overseas

Photograph: Joel Carrett/EPA

California, US

A fire truck heads towards flames as firefighters tackle the Kincade blaze near Geyserville. The fire broke out in spite of rolling blackouts by utility companies, which were intended to help prevent wildfires

Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images

Santiago, Chile

A demonstrator throws back a teargas canister during a protest

Photograph: Iván Alvarado/Reuters

Feni, Bangladesh

A suspect inside a vehicle reacts after a court sentenced 16 people to death over the murder of a 19-year-old female student who was burnt alive in April

Photograph: Munir Uz Zaman/AFP via Getty Images

New York, US

Richard McLachlan, a member of Extinction Rebellion, the environmental action pressure group founded in Britain, delivers his message about climate change to commuters in the subway

Photograph: Don Emmert/AFP via Getty Images

Johannesburg, South Africa

A cyclist rides under jacaranda trees as they bloom in the Melville suburb. Jacaranda mimosifolia is not indigenous to South Africa and was introduced from Brazil in 1829. The flowering trees are seen as the sign of the beginning of summer

Photograph: Kim Ludbrook/EPA

Yangon, Myanmar

Rohingya boys queue for lunch at Hnget Awe San youth rehabilitation center in Kawhmu township. Thirty-five of the 564 trainees at the center are Rohingya Muslims from Rakhine state who were convicted of attempting to travel to Yangon, and then to Malaysia, without valid documents

Photograph: Aung Naing Soe/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images


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