1A health worker performs a PCR on a girl during a mass test in a Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, has warned that the coronavirus pandemic could push 115 million people below the poverty line by the end of this year, the first growth of the impoverished "in decades."
BAZ RATNER REUTERS
2A vendor prepares food while waiting for customers to arrive in Old Delhi, India.
The Indian pharmacist Dr. Reddy's Laboratories affirmed this Saturday that the regulator of the Asian nation has approved the clinical trials of the Russian vaccine against covid-19, Sputnik V. JEWEL SAMAD AFP
3A man holds his son as they cross a flooded alley in the city of Hue, central Vietnam.
The Vietnam F1 Grand Prix, initially scheduled in April and later de-scheduled due to the new coronavirus pandemic, will not finally take place in 2020, organizers announced this Friday, without mentioning whether or not there will be an edition in 2021. MANAN VATSYAYANA AFP
4A rescue team searches for survivors in the rubble of a building destroyed by a rocket in the city of Ganja, Azerbaijan.
The country has denounced that an Armenian missile attack has once again hit a residential sector in the city of Ganja, the second largest in the country, and that, as a result, 12 civilians and 40 people are injured, according to the Emergency Ministry.
BULENT KILIC AFP
5A Mexican journalist holds a poster demanding security against threats from organized crime, in Acapulco (Mexico).
DAVID GUZMAN GONZALEZ EFE
6King Felipe VI and Princess Leonor (right) unveil the plaque that distinguishes Somao as an exemplary town of Asturias 2020, in the presence of Queen Letizia and Infanta Sofía, during the ceremony held this Saturday in the Asturian town.
The Royal Family traveled to Somao one day after the delivery of the Princess of Asturias Awards, to present it with the distinction as an exemplary Asturian people.
7A protester paints the monument to General Baquedano red during a protest against the government of Chilean President Sebastián Piñera in Santiago.
The Chilean Foreign Ministry issued a document this Friday in which it assures that one year after the social outbreak, the country "has recovered its normality" but that "it must continue working to control, in strict adherence to the law, violent groups."
MARTIN BERNETTI AFP
8The workers at the Alcoa plant in San Cibrao have once again cut roads and erected barricades, in Xove (Lugo), to "continue the struggle" to find a solution that prevents the closure of the aluminum factory in the Mariñano complex.
Eliseo Wheat EFE
9Jorge Félix Moreno, who makes a living working in children's shows and birthday parties, walks through the 'hall' of the hotel where he lives in Caracas (Venezuela).
The crisis in Venezuela, aggravated by the shortage of gasoline, has the main border crossing with Colombia on the brink of humanitarian collapse, where thousands of people who want to leave the Caribbean nation mix daily with those who seek to return driven by poverty and covid-19 pandemic.
Ariana Cubillos ap
10Aerial view of Mont Saint Michel, in Normandy (France), surrounded by the sea at high tide.
DAMIEN MEYER AFP
Images of the day, 10/17/20
Spain, Venezuela, Chile, ... We show you a selection with the best photos of the last hours1A health worker performs a PCR on a girl during a mass test in a Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya. The Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, has warned that the coronavirus pandemic could push 115 million people below the poverty line by the end of this year, the first growth of the impoverished "in decades." BAZ RATNER REUTERS 2A vendor prepares food while waiting for customer
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