November 14 — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson addresses  a media conference inside the Downing Street briefing room in London. The UK leader said he was “immensely proud” of  the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) agreement, but was disappointed over successful efforts by some of the world’s largest emitters of greenhouse gases to water down the language on coal, among other things.

Picture: GETTY IMAGES/WPA/DANIEL LEAL
Picture: GETTY IMAGES/WPA/DANIEL LEAL

November 15 — Migrants gather on the Belarusian-Polish border in an attempt to cross it at the Bruzgi-Kuznica Bialostocka border crossing, Belarus. At least eight people, including an infant, have died in the freezing conditions at the border. European countries accuse Belarus of flying thousands of migrants in from the Middle East and pushing them to attempt to cross the frontier illegally.

Picture: REUTERS/BEITA/OKSANA MANCHUK
Picture: REUTERS/BEITA/OKSANA MANCHUK

November 15 — People walk dogs past a 42m KAWS “Companion” inflatable art installation created by artist Brian Donnelly, at Marina Bay in Singapore.

Picture: REUTERS/EDGAR SU
Picture: REUTERS/EDGAR SU

November 15 — Forensic police officers walk towards the scene of a car blast outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital, in Liverpool, Britain. The blast was being treated as a terrorist incident, police said.

Picture: REUTERS/PHIL NOBLE
Picture: REUTERS/PHIL NOBLE

November 15 — A child waits for the opening ceremony of the new year for primary school pupils in Havana on Monday, while on the streets, Cuban dissidents are planning protests this week to push for more political freedoms and the release of political prisoners.

Picture: REUTERS/ALEXANDRE MENEGHINI
Picture: REUTERS/ALEXANDRE MENEGHINI

November 15 — The Gaza Circus team performs for children in a school at Al-Shujaiya neighbourhood in Gaza City. The entertainment provided relief for children living with food  and water shortages, power outages and widespread joblessness among adults. 

Picture: GETTY IMAGES/FATIMA SHBAIR
Picture: GETTY IMAGES/FATIMA SHBAIR

November 15 —  Ekurhuleni ANC branch members picket outside ANC offices in Johannesburg. Their long-standing grievances include unpaid salaries.

Picture: GALLO IMAGES/PAPI MORAKE
Picture: GALLO IMAGES/PAPI MORAKE

November 16 — Elementary students sit inside dividers as preventive measure against Covid-19, as they attend the first day of physical classes at Longos Elementary School in Alaminos, Pangasinan province, Philippines. After almost two years since schools closed due to the  pandemic, the Philippines resumed limited face-to-face classes in 100 schools across the country.

Picture: GETTY IMAGES/EZRA ACAYAN
Picture: GETTY IMAGES/EZRA ACAYAN

November 16 — Members of the Cuban community picket alongside members of the SA Communist Party at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, over new blockade measures imposed by the US, which they claim are an attempt to destabilise the country.

Picture: SUNDAY TIMES/ALAISTER RUSSELL
Picture: SUNDAY TIMES/ALAISTER RUSSELL

November 16 — Visitors view illuminations at the “Christmas at Kew” lighting display at Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, London, Britain. 

Picture: REUTERS/TOBY MELVILLE
Picture: REUTERS/TOBY MELVILLE

November 16 — Residents of Coronationville collect water from a tanker on Tuesday after water supplies were shut off. The area has been affected by the City of Johannesburg’s 54-hour water shutdown from November 15 to 17.

Picture: SUNDAY TIMES/THAPELO MOREBUDI
Picture: SUNDAY TIMES/THAPELO MOREBUDI

November 17 — Kaipara Flats School welcomes children as they return for their first day at school since Auckland went into lockdown 92 days ago, in Auckland, New Zealand. About 200,000 school students were able to return to classrooms across the region under eased Covid-19 restrictions.

Picture: GETTY IMAGES/FIONA GOODALL
Picture: GETTY IMAGES/FIONA GOODALL

November 17 — A general view shows wreckages of police vehicles at the scene of a blast in Kampala, Uganda. Three suicide bombers in the heart of Uganda’s capital killed at least three civilians in latest in a string of bombings over the past month.

Picture: REUTERS/ABUBAKER LUOWA
Picture: REUTERS/ABUBAKER LUOWA

November 18 —  A view of the SA flag flown at half-mast in Cape Town. President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a five-day mourning period in honour of the last apartheid president FW de Klerk and the national flags will be flown at half-mast from sunset on November 17 until November 21.

Picture: GALLO IMAGES/MISHA JORDAAN
Picture: GALLO IMAGES/MISHA JORDAAN

 November 18 — People feed seagulls from a boat at Yamuna river, on a smoggy morning in New Delhi, India.

Picture: REUTERS/NAVESH CHITRAKAR
Picture: REUTERS/NAVESH CHITRAKAR

November 18 — Members of the local Tatar Muslim community attend a funeral of an unnamed African migrant, a victim of a migrant crisis on the country’s border with Belarus, in the village of Bohoniki near Sokolka, Poland. Most of the migrant camps were cleared by Thursday.

Picture: REUTERS/MARKO DJURICA
Picture: REUTERS/MARKO DJURICA

November 18 — Castle Fun park remains flooded days after rainstorms lashed the western Canadian province of British Columbia, triggering landslides and floods, and shutting highways, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada.

Picture: REUTERS/ JENNIFER GAUTHIER
Picture: REUTERS/ JENNIFER GAUTHIER

November 18 — A Hindu holy man pulls a cloth across his face as he walks across a highway on a smoggy morning in New Delhi on Thursday. The Indian city of 20-million was the world’s most polluted capital for the third straight year in 2020, and air quality has hit hazardous levels.

Picture: REUTERS/ANUSHREE FADNAVIS
Picture: REUTERS/ANUSHREE FADNAVIS
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