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May 21, 2024, Tabriz, East Azerbaijan, Iran: Iranian mourners reach to touch the caskets during the funeral procession for the late president Ebrahim Raisi in Tabriz. Tens of thousands of Iranians gathered to mourn Raisi and seven members of his entourage who were killed in a helicopter crash on a fog-shrouded mountainside in northwestern Iran. From Tabriz, Raisi's body will be flown to Qom, which is considered the second most sacred city in Iran after Mashhad. His body will then be moved to Iran's capital Tehran.
zReportage.com Issue #940 Story of the Week: Published TUESDAY May 21, 2024: Ukraine's 'Superhumans' Rehab by ZUMA Partner agency Le Pictorium photo-journalist Adrien Vautier: As the war in Ukraine rages on, a critical need has emerged, with some 20,000 to 50,000 Ukrainians forced to amputate one or more limbs. The Ukrainian non-profit Superhumans Center is helping survivors move forward, offering reconstructive surgery and physical and psychological support. Located in the west of the country, the rehabilitation site takes in combatants who have suffered one, two or even four amputations. Thousands of Ukrainians have suffered life-changing - more...
May 21, 2024, Kobe, Japan: JIN HUA of China competes during Men's 1500m T54 bike Round 1 at the Para Athletics World Championships held in Kobe, Japan. Hua placed first in the heat and advanced to the next round.
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Iran's President Raisi Killed In Helicopter Crash
May 20, 2024, Northern Iran, Iran: Rescue team members carry a body bag at the crash site of a helicopter carrying Raisi in Varzaghan, in north-west Iran. Iranian state media are reporting that President Raisi, the country's foreign minister and others have been found dead at the site of a helicopter crash after an hours long search through a foggy, mountainous region of the country's northwest. State TV gave no immediate cause for the crash in Iran's East Azerbaijan province. With Raisi were Iran's foreign minister, the governor of Iran's East Azerbaijan province and other officials and bodyguards, the state-run IRNA news agency reported.
Opening Ceremony of 6th Assembly of Experts in Tehran
May 21, 2024, Tehran, Iran: Ayatollah MOHAMMAD ALI MOVAHEDI KERMANI arrives at the first session of the Assembly of Experts after an election that decided the new assembly at the old Iranian Parliament building in Tehran. Under the Iranian constitution, the 86-member all-cleric assembly has the right to monitor the supreme leader's performance and choose or dismiss him.
Iran Holds Funeral Procession For Late President Raisi In Tehran
May 21, 2024, Tehran, Iran: An Iranian girl holds a poster of late president Raisi during a funeral procession ceremony at the Mossallah mosque in Tehran. Raisi was confirmed dead along with his foreign minister Amir-Abdollahian and six others on May 20, 2024, after search and rescue teams found their crashed helicopter in a fog-shrouded mountain region in Iran's East Azerbaijan province, sparking mourning in the Islamic Republic.
Iran Holds Funeral Procession For Late President Raisi In Tehran
May 21, 2024, Tehran, Iran: Iranian mourners hold posters of late President Raisi during a funeral procession ceremony at the Mossallah mosque in Tehran. Raisi was confirmed dead along with his foreign minister Amir-Abdollahian and six others on May 20, 2024, after search and rescue teams found their crashed helicopter in a fog-shrouded mountain region in Iran's East Azerbaijan province, sparking mourning in the Islamic Republic.
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May 14, 2024, Cannes, Cote D'azur, France: ROMEE STRIJD attends the Opening Ceremony & 'The Second Act' screening at the 77th Annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France
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May 21, 2024, Cannes, France: A guest with True hat at the premiere of the movie Marcello Mio during the 77th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France on May 21, 2024.
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May 20, 2024, Cannes, France: MICHELLE RODRIGUEZ attending The Shrouds Premiere as part of the 77th Cannes International Film Festival in Cannes.
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May 21, 2024, Cannes, France: KELLY ROWLAND gets into a confrontation with security during red carpet arrivals for the 'Marcello Mio' premiere at the 77th Cannes Film Festival.
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ZUMA Press Best Sports of 2024: April 21, 2024, Los Angeles, California, USA: Los Angeles Dodger SHOHEI OHTANI, 29, gets showered with sunflower seeds after hitting his 176th MLB home run off New York Mets right-hander A. Houser in the third inning of the Dodgers' 10-0 win over the New York Mets. Ohtani celebrated becoming the Japanese-born player with the most home runs in major league history.
Kobe 2024 Para Athletics World Championships
May 21, 2024, Kobe, Japan: (L-R) WEN XIAOYAN (CHN, Gold), TAYLOR SWANSON (USA, Silver) and JIANG FENFEN (CHN, Bronze) celebrate after the Kobe 2024 Para Athletics World Championships Women's 100m T37 Final at Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium in Hyogo, Japan.
Floorball 2024: World Championships: Qualifiers
PASIG, May 21, 2024, Pasig, Philippines: LIAM PERRY of Australia (C) vies for the ball during the 2024 Men's World Floorball Championships qualifications between China and Australia in Pasig, the Philippines.
Motorsports 2024: Taklimakan Rally
May 21, 2024, Kashgar, China: Driver LI YU And his pilot MIAO JINHUA of China compete during the first stage at the 2024 Taklimakan Rally in Kashgar, China's northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
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May 11, 2024, Gaza, Palestine: Covered in concrete dust a Palestinian man carries his infant son injured by the Israeli shelling on the Gaza Strip into the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir al-Balah.
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May 8, 2024, Gaza, Palestine: A Palestinian girl collects clothes from a makeshift laundry line set up in front of her destroyed family home in the Gaza Strip, amid the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas.
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May 8, 2024, Gaza, Palestine: Car piled high with belongings, many Palestinians return to their homes in Khan Younis after being displaced from Rafah ahead of an imminent Israeli assault on Hamas in Rafah.
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