закрити [x]
приховати бюлетень | кошик

Нові надходження фотографій AFP on-line (6672)

1234... з 53 next last
Україна
The Chernobyl disaster
New Rada
190x60

кошики

Ви повинні увійти в систему, щоб мати доступ до кошика

 

EN_01541289_1101
EN_01541289_1101

AlphaTauri's French driver Pierre Gasly takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1100
EN_01541289_1100

McLaren's British driver Lando Norris takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1099
EN_01541289_1099

AlphaTauri's French driver Pierre Gasly leaves the pit to take part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1098
EN_01541289_1098

Red Bull Racing's Mexican driver Sergio Perez (C) is pictured in the pit before the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1097
EN_01541289_1097

Mercedes' British driver Lewis Hamilton prepares to take part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1096
EN_01541289_1096

Haas F1 Team's Danish driver Kevin Magnussen takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541288_0545
EN_01541288_0545

AFP Photo Advisory -- October 7, 2022 (AFP)-- EUROPE -- PRAGUE : Informal EU summit OSLO : Nobel Peace Prize winner announced -- AFRICA -- LESOTHO : General elections OUAGADOUGOU : Situation as it develops. -- MIDDLE EAST -- REGION: Situation as develops. -- ASIA -- REGION: Situation as develops. -- AMERICAS -- LIMA : Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits. -- SPORTS -- FOOTBALL: Women international friendly match Spain vs Sweden GOLF : LIV Golf Invitational Bangkok RUGBY UNION : Women's World Cup in New Zealand. CRICKET: Bangladesh v Pakistan at Christchurch, New Zealand; Australia v West Indies 2nd T20 at Brisbane FORMULA ONE: Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, training session TENNIS: ATP at Japan Open, at Tokyo (Photo by AFP)

EN_01541289_1095
EN_01541289_1095

Alpine's Spanish driver Fernando Alonso is pictured in the pit before the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1094
EN_01541289_1094

Mercedes' British driver George Russell prepares to take part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1093
EN_01541289_1093

Red Bull Racing's Dutch driver Max Verstappen (C) is pictured in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1092
EN_01541289_1092

William's Thai driver Alexander Albon (facing) is pictured in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541288_0544
EN_01541288_0544

Philippine Marines amphibious assault vehicles roll in during a joint amphibious landing exercise with US marines at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0543
EN_01541288_0543

US and South Korean marines disembark from a US marine landing ship during a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0542
EN_01541288_0542

US and South Korean marines take positions after disembarking from a US marine landing ship during a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0541
EN_01541288_0541

Philippine and US marines disembark from amphibious assault vehicles during a joint amphibious landing exercise at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0540
EN_01541288_0540

A US marine (L) shares a drink with his South Korean comrades during a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0539
EN_01541288_0539

South Korean (foreground) and US marines take part in a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0538
EN_01541288_0538

South Korean and US marines take part in a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0537
EN_01541288_0537

South Korean and US marines take part in a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0536
EN_01541288_0536

South Korean marines take positions during a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine and US counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0535
EN_01541288_0535

South Korean marines take positions during a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine and US counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541288_0534
EN_01541288_0534

South Korean and US marines take positions during a joint amphibious landing exercise with their Philippine counterparts at a beach facing the South China Sea in San Antonio town, Zambales province on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

EN_01541289_1091
EN_01541289_1091

William's Thai driver Alexander Albon (R) chats with his team in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1090
EN_01541289_1090

Haas F1 Team's Danish driver Kevin Magnussen is pictured in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1089
EN_01541289_1089

Haas F1 Team's Danish driver Kevin Magnussen is pictured in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1088
EN_01541289_1088

Ferrari's Monegasque driver Charles Leclerc is pictured in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1087
EN_01541289_1087

Ferrari's Monegasque driver Charles Leclerc is pictured in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1086
EN_01541289_1086

Red Bull Racing's Dutch driver Max Verstappen (R) is pictured in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1085
EN_01541289_1085

Red Bull Racing's Dutch driver Max Verstappen (R) is pictured in the pit ahead of the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541289_1084
EN_01541289_1084

Haas F1 Team's Danish driver Kevin Magnussen takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1083
EN_01541289_1083

William's Thai driver Alexander Albon takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1082
EN_01541289_1082

Ferrari's Spanish driver Carlos Sainz Jr takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1081
EN_01541289_1081

Ferrari's Spanish driver Carlos Sainz Jr takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1080
EN_01541289_1080

William's Thai driver Alexander Albon takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1079
EN_01541289_1079

Williams' Canadian driver Nicholas Latifi takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1078
EN_01541289_1078

Williams' Canadian driver Nicholas Latifi takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541289_1077
EN_01541289_1077

Williams' Canadian driver Nicholas Latifi takes part in the second practice session ahead of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)

EN_01541288_0533
EN_01541288_0533

FRANCE : suivi de la situation sanitaire PARIS ET IDF - PREVISIONS PHOTO FRANCE – Vendredi 7 octobre 2022 -PREVISIONS PHOTO FRANCE – Vendredi 7 octobre 2022 - PARIS ET IDF - Aubervilliers: Renault et Mobilize présentent leurs nouveautés avant le Mondial de l'auto - Paris: Procès de dix-sept personnes, jugées pour un harcèlement aggravé en ligne visant le chanteur Eddy de Pretto REGIONS - Toulouse: Ouverture de l'exposition "Niki de Saint Phalle, les années 1980 et 1990. L'art en liberté" SPORTS - Décines-Charpieu: Football : Ligue 1, 10ème journée : Lyon - Toulouse Responsable de permanence CHRISTOPHE DELATTRE +33 6 76 88 40 66 redchef-photo@afp.com / photodesk.paris@afp.com Consultez les événements mis à jour et les agendas de l'AFP en ligne : https://agenda.afp.com Contact : contact-agenda@afp.com (Photo by AFP)

EN_01541288_0532
EN_01541288_0532

A pile of items of clothing left behind by migrants who illegally crossed into the United States sits near the US Border Wall on October 6, 2022 in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0531
EN_01541288_0531

A double rainbow is seen above the US Border Wall separating the United Sates from Mexico on October 6, 2022 in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0530
EN_01541288_0530

Welded metal pieces plug holes made by migrants trying to enter the Unites States in a section of the US border wall, October 6, 2022 in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0529
EN_01541288_0529

A smuggler illegally climbs the US Border Wall separating the United Sates from Mexico to retrieve a homemade ladder on October 6, 2022 in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0528
EN_01541288_0528

A smuggler illegally climbs the US Border Wall separating the United Sates from Mexico to retrieve a homemade ladder on October 6, 2022 in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0527
EN_01541288_0527

A migrant transport vehicle is parked during a dust storm on October 6, 2022, in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0526
EN_01541288_0526

A group of migrants who entered the United States illegally from Mexico are steered into a van by US Border Patrol agents on October 6, 2022, in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0525
EN_01541288_0525

A group of migrants who entered the United States illegally from Mexico sit a van after being apprehended by US Border Patrol agents on October 6, 2022, in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0524
EN_01541288_0524

(FILES) In this file photo taken on September 28, 2022, French director Olivier Dahan poses during a photo session in Paris. (Photo by JOEL SAGET / AFP)

EN_01541288_0523
EN_01541288_0523

(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 27, 2022, French actress Elsa Zylberstein poses during a photocall for the film 'Simone, le Voyage du Siecle' during the 15th Francophone Angouleme film festival in Angouleme, western France. (Photo by YOHAN BONNET / AFP)

EN_01541288_0522
EN_01541288_0522

(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 28, 2022, French actor Louis Garrel poses during a photocall for the movie L'Innocent during the 15th Francophone Angouleme film festival in Angouleme, western France. (Photo by YOHAN BONNET / AFP)

EN_01541288_0521
EN_01541288_0521

French singer Serge Lama poses during a photo session in Paris on September 21, 2022. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)

EN_01541288_0520
EN_01541288_0520

French singer Serge Lama poses during a photo session in Paris on September 21, 2022. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)

EN_01541288_0519
EN_01541288_0519

French singer Serge Lama poses during a photo session in Paris on September 21, 2022. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)

EN_01541288_0518
EN_01541288_0518

French singer Serge Lama poses during a photo session in Paris on September 21, 2022. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)

EN_01541288_0517
EN_01541288_0517

French singer Serge Lama poses during a photo session in Paris on September 21, 2022. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)

EN_01541288_0516
EN_01541288_0516

French singer Serge Lama poses during a photo session in Paris on September 21, 2022. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)

EN_01541288_0515
EN_01541288_0515

A group of migrants who entered the United States illegally from Mexico are steered into a van by US Border Patrol agents on October 6, 2022, in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0514
EN_01541288_0514

A group of migrants who entered the United States illegally from Mexico are steered into a van by US Border Patrol agents on October 6, 2022, in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0513
EN_01541288_0513

A group of migrants who entered the United States illegally from Mexico are steered into a van by US Border Patrol agents on October 6, 2022, in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0512
EN_01541288_0512

In this picture taken on September 26, 2022, a child belonging to an internally displaced flood-affected man looks on at camp in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0511
EN_01541288_0511

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, a Pakistani paramedic takes a blood sample of a patient for Malaria screening at a medical camp set up for internally displaced flood affected peoples in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541289_1073
EN_01541289_1073

Bangladesh's Nasum Ahmed is clean bowled off Pakistan's Mohammad Wasim during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1072
EN_01541289_1072

Pakistan players walk off the field after their victory in the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1071
EN_01541289_1071

Pakistan's Mohammad Wasim celebrate the wicket of Bangladesh's Nasum Ahmed (R) during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541288_0510
EN_01541288_0510

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, internally displaced flood affected people gather at a medical camp set up for the flood affected in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0509
EN_01541288_0509

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, a Pakistani paramedic examines a child at a medical camp set up for internally displaced flood affected peoples in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0508
EN_01541288_0508

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, internally displaced flood-affected people stand in a queue with their doctor's prescriptions to get medicine at a medical camp set up for the flood affected in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541289_1062
EN_01541289_1062

Pakistan's Shadab Khan (L) and Mohammad Wasim celebrate the wicket of Bangladesh's Nasum Ahmed during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1058
EN_01541289_1058

Frances Tiafoe of the US reacts during his men's singles quarter-final match against Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1057
EN_01541289_1057

Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia hits a return against Frances Tiafoe of the US during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1056
EN_01541289_1056

Frances Tiafoe of the US reacts during his men's singles quarter-final match against Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1055
EN_01541289_1055

Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia hits a return against Frances Tiafoe of the US during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1054
EN_01541289_1054

Frances Tiafoe of the US returns a shot against Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1053
EN_01541289_1053

Frances Tiafoe of the US serves against Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1052
EN_01541289_1052

Frances Tiafoe of the US serves against Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1051
EN_01541289_1051

Frances Tiafoe of the US hits a return against Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1050
EN_01541289_1050

Frances Tiafoe of the US hits a return against Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1049
EN_01541289_1049

Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia hits a return against Frances Tiafoe of the US during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1048
EN_01541289_1048

Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia hits a return against Frances Tiafoe of the US during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1047
EN_01541289_1047

Frances Tiafoe of the US reacts during his men's singles quarter-final match against Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541289_1046
EN_01541289_1046

Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia serves against Frances Tiafoe of the US during their men's singles quarter-final match at the Japan Open tennis tournament in Tokyo on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

EN_01541288_0507
EN_01541288_0507

A group of migrants who entered the United States illegally from Mexico are steered into a van by US Border Patrol agents on October 6, 2022, in Calexico, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0506
EN_01541288_0506

In this picture taken on September 26, 2022, internally displaced flood affected people fill drinking water from a puddle outside a makeshift camp in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0505
EN_01541288_0505

In this picture taken on September 26, 2022, children of internally displaced flood affected people drink water from a puddle outside a makeshift camp in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0504
EN_01541288_0504

Migrants use a rope ladder to illegally climb over the US Border Wall separating the United Sates from Mexico on October 6, 2022 in El Centro, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0503
EN_01541288_0503

Migrants use a rope ladder to illegally climb over the US Border Wall separating the United Sates from Mexico on October 6, 2022 in El Centro, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0502
EN_01541288_0502

Migrants use a rope ladder to illegally climb over the US Border Wall separating the United Sates from Mexico on October 6, 2022 in El Centro, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0501
EN_01541288_0501

A US Customs and Border Protection patch is seen on the arm of an agent in the Jacumba mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0500
EN_01541288_0500

In this picture taken on September 26, 2022, internally displaced flood affected people drink water from a puddle outside a makeshift camp in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0499
EN_01541288_0499

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, a woman carrying a child along with other internally displaced people gather at a medical camp set up for the flood affected in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0498
EN_01541288_0498

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, internally displaced flood-affected people hold out their doctor’s prescriptions to get medicine at a medical camp set up for the flood affected in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0497
EN_01541288_0497

In this picture taken on September 28, 2022, an internally displaced flood-affected family sits outside their tent at a makeshift tent camp in Jamshoro district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541289_1045
EN_01541289_1045

Bangladesh's Yasir Ali plays a shot during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1044
EN_01541289_1044

Bangladesh's Taskin Ahmed plays a shot during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1043
EN_01541289_1043

Bangladesh's Yasir Ali plays a shot during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1042
EN_01541289_1042

Bangladesh's Taskin Ahmed plays a shot during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541288_0496
EN_01541288_0496

View of the US southern border wall separating Mexico and the United States in the Jacumba mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0495
EN_01541288_0495

US Border Patrol agents and local Imperial County law enforcement retrieve the body of a deceased migrant recovered by a California Highway Patrol helicopter from the Jacumba Mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0494
EN_01541288_0494

A California Highway Patrol helicopter flies over the US southern border wall separating Mexico and the United States during a rescue operation helping US Border Patrol agents retrieve the body of deceased migrant from the Jacumba Mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541289_1039
EN_01541289_1039

Pakistan's Iftikhar Ahmed takes a successful catch to dismiss Bangladesh's Nurul Hasan during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1038
EN_01541289_1038

Pakistan's Haider Ali (2nd R) celebrates with teammates after a successful catch to dismiss Bangladesh's Litton Das during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1037
EN_01541289_1037

Pakistan's Haider Ali (C) celebrates with teammates after a successful catch to dismiss Bangladesh's Litton Das during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1036
EN_01541289_1036

Pakistan's Mohammad Nawaz (C) appeals successfully against Bangladesh's Mosaddek Hossain (L) during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541289_1035
EN_01541289_1035

Pakistan's Mohammad Nawaz celebrates the wicket of Bangladesh's Mosaddek Hossain (L) during the first cricket match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in the Twenty20 tri-series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on October 7, 2022. (Photo by Sanka Vidanagama / AFP)

EN_01541288_0493
EN_01541288_0493

US Border Patrol agents and local Imperial County law enforcement retrieve the body of a deceased migrant recovered by a California Highway Patrol helicopter from the Jacumba Mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0492
EN_01541288_0492

US Border Patrol agents and local Imperial County law enforcement prepare a body bag for the body of a deceased migrant recovered by a California Highway Patrol helicopter from the Jacumba Mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0491
EN_01541288_0491

US Border Patrol agents and local Imperial County law enforcement retrieve the body of a deceased migrant recovered by a California Highway Patrol helicopter from the Jacumba Mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0490
EN_01541288_0490

US Border Patrol agents and local Imperial County law enforcement retrieve the body of a deceased migrant recovered by a California Highway Patrol helicopter from the Jacumba Mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0489
EN_01541288_0489

A deceased migrant, recovered by California Highway Patrol helicopter and US Border Patrol agents from the Jacumba mountains, lies wrapped in a blue body bag on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0488
EN_01541288_0488

A deceased migrant, recovered by California Highway Patrol helicopter and US Border Patrol agents from the Jacumba mountains, lies wrapped in a blue body bag on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0487
EN_01541288_0487

A deceased migrant, recovered by California Highway Patrol helicopter and US Border Patrol agents from the Jacumba mountains, lies wrapped in a blue body bag on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0486
EN_01541288_0486

Local Imperial County law enforcement and coroner load the body of a deceased migrant recovered by California Highway Patrol helicopter and US Border Patrol agents from the Jacumba mountains into a closed pick-up truck on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0485
EN_01541288_0485

Local Imperial County law enforcement and coroner load the body of a deceased migrant recovered by California Highway Patrol helicopter and US Border Patrol agents from the Jacumba mountains into a closed pick-up truck on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0484
EN_01541288_0484

Local Imperial County law enforcement and coroner load the body of a deceased migrant recovered by California Highway Patrol helicopter and US Border Patrol agents from the Jacumba mountains into a closed pick-up truck on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0483
EN_01541288_0483

Local Imperial County law enforcement and coroner load the body of a deceased migrant recovered by California Highway Patrol helicopter and US Border Patrol agents from the Jacumba mountains into a closed pick-up truck on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0482
EN_01541288_0482

Local Imperial County law enforcement and coroner load the body of a deceased migrant recovered by California Highway Patrol helicopter and US Border Patrol agents from the Jacumba mountains into a van on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0481
EN_01541288_0481

A California Highway Patrol helicopter brings down the body of a deceased migrant recovered by US Border Patrol agents in the Jacumba mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541289_1017
EN_01541289_1017

A bouquet of flowers sits at the site where French driver Jules Bianchi crashed in October 2014 suffering fatal injuries, ahead of the first practice session for the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Mie prefecture on October 7, 2022. - Bianchi died in 2015 from head injuries sustained in the crash at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix nine months earlier. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

EN_01541288_0480
EN_01541288_0480

A California Highway Patrol helicopter brings down the body of a deceased migrant recovered by US Border Patrol agents in the Jacumba mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0479
EN_01541288_0479

A California Highway Patrol helicopter brings down the body of a deceased migrant recovered by US Border Patrol agents in the Jacumba mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0478
EN_01541288_0478

A California Highway Patrol helicopter lifts the body of a deceased migrant recovered by US Border Patrol agents in the Jacumba mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0477
EN_01541288_0477

A California Highway Patrol helicopter lifts the body of a deceased migrant recovered by US Border Patrol agents in the Jacumba mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0476
EN_01541288_0476

A California Highway Patrol helicopter lifts the body of a deceased migrant recovered by US Border Patrol agents in the Jacumba mountains on October 6, 2022 in Imperial County, California. - In the fiscal year 2022 the number of migrant apprehensions exceeded 2 million, a new record in US Border Patrol history, but these apprehensions include many repeat offenders. (Photo by allison dinner / AFP)

EN_01541288_0475
EN_01541288_0475

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, an internally displaced flood-affected woman undergoes a treatment at a hospital in a flooded area in Johi, Dadu district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0474
EN_01541288_0474

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, an internally displaced flood-affected mother takes care of her child undergoing treatment in a hospital in a flooded area in Johi, Dadu district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0473
EN_01541288_0473

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, internally displaced flood-affected people wade through a flooded area in Dadu district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0472
EN_01541288_0472

In this picture taken on September 28, 2022, an internally displaced flood-affected family pictured on the roof of their house amid flooded area in Dadu district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0471
EN_01541288_0471

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, internally displaced flood-affected women take care of new-born babies at a maternity ward of a hospital in Johi, Dadu district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

EN_01541288_0470
EN_01541288_0470

In this picture taken on September 27, 2022, an internally displaced flood-affected woman takes care of new-born babies at a maternity ward of a hospital in Johi, Dadu district of Sindh province. - Sindh has been worst-hit by the catastrophic flooding which put a third of Pakistan underwater, displaced eight million, destroyed or damaged two million homes, crippled 1,500 hospitals and clinics and caused an estimated $28 billion in damages. (Photo by Rizwan TABASSUM / AFP) / To go with 'Pakistan-Floods-Health-Children-Climate' FOCUS by Ashraf KHAN and Joe STENSON

вгору

1234... з 53 next last