Image highlights from around the world

PERFECT LOTUSES: School students perform yoga during an awareness campaign to save India’s legacy and historical monuments at Qutab Miniar organised by International Yoga Exponent Mansi Gulati in New Delhi, UNI
PERFECT LOTUSES: School students perform yoga during an awareness campaign to save India’s legacy and historical monuments at Qutab Miniar organised by International Yoga Exponent Mansi Gulati in New Delhi, UNI

PATAN MEMORIES: Devotees in traditional attire holding candles take part in a parade commemorating the Neku Jatra-Mataya festival, the Festival of Lights, in Lalitpur, Nepal, Reuters/UNI
PATAN MEMORIES: Devotees in traditional attire holding candles take part in a parade commemorating the Neku Jatra-Mataya festival, the Festival of Lights, in Lalitpur, Nepal, Reuters/UNI

HOW FAIR IS LIFE? A displaced Iraqi boy fills a bottle with water in Jada camp south of Mosul, Iraq, Reuters/UNI
HOW FAIR IS LIFE? A displaced Iraqi boy fills a bottle with water in Jada camp south of Mosul, Iraq, Reuters/UNI

LONG LIVE THE MUSIC: A makeshift memorial appears for late country singer Glen Campbell around his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, California, Reuters/UNI
LONG LIVE THE MUSIC: A makeshift memorial appears for late country singer Glen Campbell around his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, California, Reuters/UNI

WHEN DISASTER STRIKES: Chinese paramilitary police carry a survivor after an earthquake in Jiuzhaigou county, Ngawa prefecture, Sichuan province, China, Reuters/UNI
WHEN DISASTER STRIKES: Chinese paramilitary police carry a survivor after an earthquake in Jiuzhaigou county, Ngawa prefecture, Sichuan province, China, Reuters/UNI

ON SPECIAL DUTY: Former US Secretary of State John Kerry and former South Africa President Thabo Mbeki, observers for the general election in Kenya, greet each other next to former Senegalese Prime Minister Aminata Toure in a tally centre in Nairobi, Kenya, Reuters/UNI
ON SPECIAL DUTY: Former US Secretary of State John Kerry and former South Africa President Thabo Mbeki, observers for the general election in Kenya, greet each other next to former Senegalese Prime Minister Aminata Toure in a tally centre in Nairobi, Kenya, Reuters/UNI

THE TORTOISE WINS: Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Madhavsinh Solanki and Congress leader Ahmed Patel display the victory sign after winning the Rajya Sabha election in Ahmedabad, UNI
THE TORTOISE WINS: Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Madhavsinh Solanki and Congress leader Ahmed Patel display the victory sign after winning the Rajya Sabha election in Ahmedabad, UNI

SIMPLE PLEASURES: Attendants react to water spray at a splash show and Pokemon Go Park event in Yokohama, Japan, Reuters/UNI
SIMPLE PLEASURES: Attendants react to water spray at a splash show and Pokemon Go Park event in Yokohama, Japan, Reuters/UNI

LET’S BOX: Breno Ponte (left), senior competition manager, AIBA, along with Maruska Perrion, competition coordinator, AIBA (2ndL) and Shelly Miranda, supervisor of the championship, and other delegates inspect the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati the venue for International Boxing Championship, UNI
LET’S BOX: Breno Ponte (left), senior competition manager, AIBA, along with Maruska Perrion, competition coordinator, AIBA (2ndL) and Shelly Miranda, supervisor of the championship, and other delegates inspect the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati the venue for International Boxing Championship, UNI

SANE ADVICE: Peru's Foreign Minister Ricardo Luna (C) along with foreign ministers and representatives from across the Americas, give a news conference after a meeting to discuss issues related to the Venezuelan crisis, in Lima, Peru, Reuters/UNI
SANE ADVICE: Peru’s Foreign Minister Ricardo Luna (C) along with foreign ministers and representatives from across the Americas, give a news conference after a meeting to discuss issues related to the Venezuelan crisis, in Lima, Peru, Reuters/UNI