Happy new year. The first week of the year 2022 offered some of the best and interesting imagery from around the world includes a unique New Year’s celebration from around the world, Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s farewell in South Africa and Novak Djokovic’s rally after Visa cancellation. Have a look at them.
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Pallbearers carry the coffin of South African anti-Apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu to the hearse after the requiem mass of Tutu at St. Georges Cathedral in Cape Town on 1 January , 2022. – Tutu died on 26 December, 2021 at the age of 90, triggering grief among South Africans and tributes from world leaders for a life spent fighting injustice. Photo: MARCO LONGARI / AFP
A breeding bull of the Latvian blue breed is pictured at Riga Zoo’s affiliate Ciruli in Kalvene, Latvia Driving through the Latvian countryside, one may catch a rare glimpse of a cow coloured light blue or dark ultramarine among the regular brown, black or white spotted cattle. This unique breed, which virtually disappeared during the Soviet era, has been making a comeback in recent decades, becoming an extraordinary symbol of Latvian national identity. Photo: Gints Ivuskans / AFP
Wholesaler Yukitaka Yamaguchi cuts a tuna which was bought jointly by Michelin-starred sushi restaurant operator Onodera Group and wholesaler Yamayuki for 16.9 million yen (145,290 USD) at the Toyosu fish market’s New Year auction, at a restaurant in Tokyo on 5 January, 2022. Photo: Philip FONG / AFP
People wave Serbian national flag and hold placards as they take part in a rally in front of Serbia’s National Assembly, in Belgrade, on 6 January, 2022 held to protest against the Australia’s government decision to revok Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic’s visa, on his arrival in Melbourne where he was to defend his Australian Open tennis title. – The tennis world number one player is set to spend the night in an immigration detention facility in Australia, after winning a temporary reprieve in his deportation from Australia. The vaccine-sceptic Serb was detained having failed to “provide appropriate evidence” of double vaccination, or a medical exemption needed to enter the country. Photo: ANDREJ ISAKOVIC / AFP