Photos of the Day: Yoga Enthusiasts and Autumn Colors

This is a selection of photos that will give the information you need to keep you abreast of everything interesting that happened this day around the world. From Pope Francis who arrives to celebrate the closing mass of the synod on Amazonia, at St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to people who practice yoga on a street during ongoing anti-government protests, these highlights will impress you.

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

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

A visitor walks through a patch of light at the Louvre

Photograph: Christopher Pike/Reuters

Perth and Kinross, Scotland

Autumn colors and frost surround Loch Tummel

Photograph: Murdo MacLeod/The Guardian

Nabiac, Australia

An RFS (rural fire service) crew member watches a back burn along Aerodrome Road. Almost 1,200 firefighters are tackling large bushfires on the NSW mid-north coast among scores of blazes around the state

Photograph: Darren Pateman/AAP

Nghe An, Vietnam

Le Minh Tuan, father of 30-year-old Le Van Ha, who is believed to be among the 39 people found dead in a truck in Essex, UK

Photograph: Nhac Nguyen/AFP via Getty Images

Idlib, Syria

A US raid that allegedly killed Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in north-west Syria lasted for four hours, according to local sources

Photograph: Muhammed Abdullah/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Greenville, Texas

Chief deputy Buddy Oxford of the Hunt county sheriff’s department addresses members of the media after a shooting at the Party Venue on Route 380

Photograph: Ryan Michalesko/AP

Thuringia, Germany

A man with dogs casts his ballot during the state elections, at a polling station in Erfurt

Photograph: Ronald Wittek/EPA

Barcelona, Spain

Supporters of Spanish unity attend a demonstration to call for coexistence in Catalonia and an end to separatism

Photograph: Sergio Pérez/Reuters

Sidon, Lebanon

People practice yoga on a street during ongoing anti-government protests

Photograph: Ali Hashisho/Reuters


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