5 things to know on September 11, 2022: Start your week smart: Ukraine, Papua New Guinea earthquake, Charles III, Queen Elizabeth, Mar-a-Lago


Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II welcomes Liz Truss at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on Tuesday, September 6. The Queen invited her Truss to be Prime Minister and set up a new government.

Models exhibiting “Heaven Gaia” by Xiong Ying at China Fashion Week in Beijing on Sunday, September 4th.

Smoke rises from the Venezuelan ship Taurus 1 burning in Colombia’s Buenaventura Bay on Tuesday, September 6. The Colombian Navy said 29 people were rescued after the boat caught fire.

The athletes will compete at the Swimrun World Championships in Sandham, Sweden on Monday, September 5th. Team members must be leashed and compete together in open water his swims and runs.

Members of the Buffalo Bills celebrate after Boogie Basham (#55) intercepts a pass against the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday, Sept. 8. regular season.

Children paint by the US-Mexico border wall with a group of asylum seekers, mostly from South America, in Tijuana, Mexico, Monday, September 5. Wait for processing by US authorities.

On Thursday, September 8, people take pictures with their mobile phones when an image of the late Queen Elizabeth II is displayed at London’s Piccadilly Circus.

South Dakota players break a pass to Kansas wide receiver Philip Brooks during a college football game in Manhattan, Kansas, Saturday, September 3.

This photo taken on Wednesday, September 7 shows part of a forest near Hostens, France, that has been destroyed by wildfires this summer.

French tennis player Caroline Garcia celebrates after defeating Coco Gauff in the US Open quarterfinals on Tuesday, September 6.

People attend the J’Ouvert gala in Brooklyn, New York, on Monday, September 5. J’Ouvert is a predawn fantasy that stems from the liberation of enslaved peoples in the Caribbean.

This aerial image shows heavy equipment being used on a salt evaporation pond near the city of Vlore, Albania, on Thursday, September 1. Albania is a traditional producer of sea salt.

Student activists shout slogans during a rally against sharp fuel price hikes in Jakarta, Indonesia, Thursday, September 8.

People sit on a dry riverbed in Wuhan, China, on Friday, September 2.

Seattle guard Sue Bird reacts to fans chanting “Thank you, Sue” after the Storm was eliminated from the WNBA playoffs on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

A rainbow can be seen on Thursday, September 8, as the Union Flag is lowered near Windsor Castle, England, after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

A search and rescue team works at the site of a collapsed crane in Hong Kong on Wednesday, Sept. At least two people died and many more were injured.

Two Greek giant tortoises, Janus, enjoy a salad on his 25th birthday on Saturday, September 3rd. Janus lives in the Geneva Natural History Museum in Switzerland.

A fan kisses after being handed the jersey by Chelsea’s Mateo Kovacic after a Premier League match in London on Saturday, September 3.

A woman reacts next to the body of her mother, who was killed by shelling in Donetsk, Ukraine, Friday, September 2.

Dutch water polo player Bente Roge (left) will face Spain’s Maika Garcia Godoy in the semi-finals of the European Water Polo Championships on Wednesday 7 September.

Source: www.cnn.com

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