The day in pictures

The Uceli Quartet perform for an audience made of plants during a concert created by Spanish artist Eugenio Ampudia and that will be later streamed to mark the reopening of the Liceu Grand Theatre in Barcelona on June 22, 2020.

Parents and children arrive at the Jules Julien Elementary School in Toulouse, France, on June 22, 2020 following the reopening of schools as France eases lockdown measures taken to curb the spread of the COVID-19.

A worker cleans volcanic ash off the stupas at the Borobudur temple in Magelang Regency on June 22, 2020, a day after Mount Merapi erupted in nearby Sleman, Indonesia.

Bruce W. Griggs places a sympathy card near the Ebenezer Baptist Church where the viewing for Rayshard Brooks is being held on June 22, 2020 in Atlanta.

Members of Sri Lanka's St John's ambulance service spray disinfectants in a public school to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

A police officers lays flowers, given by a member of the public, at an entrance of Forbury Gardens park in Reading, England, on June 22, 2020, the scene of the June 20 stabbing spree. A suspect held on suspicion of stabbing three people to death in a British park at the weekend was known to the security services, media reported on Monday.

Source: https://www.usatoday.com/picture-gallery/news/2012/09/09/the-day-in-pictures/1410095/

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