GALLERY: This Week in Pictures 27 November


The past week offered some interesting imagery from around the world and includes visuals of Mount Merapi, Indonesia’s most active volcano, Romanian protest in Bucharest, Lebanese protestors in Beirut and Macaque monkeys climbing a news photographer in Bangkok.


A man walks past a line of columns in Beijing on 2 December 2021. Photo: Noel Celis / AFP
A villager looks at Mount Merapi, Indonesia’s most active volcano, as seen from Sleman, on 2 December 2021. Photo: Agung Supriyanto / AFP
A young street vendor carries balloons as he waits for customers amid smoggy conditions in Lahore on 2 December 2021. Photo Arif Ali / AFP
Girls wearing traditional outfits from the northern Romanian region attend a protest against the anti-Covid vaccine passport in Bucharest, 1 December 2021. Hundreds of protesters gathered in downtown Bucharest, on the National Day of Romania, asking the Romanian Parliament to reject a draft law that stipulates the obligation of the green Covid certificate for the workers. Photo: Daniel Mihailescu / AFP
A man sweeps the snow covering a car in Moscow on 1 December 2021. Photo: Natalia Kolesnikova / AFP
A health worker collects swab samples from a traveller to test for the Covid-19 coronavirus at a railway station in New Delhi on 1 December 2021. Photo: Sajjad Hussain / AFP
IDPs stand on a lorry toward the gate of the Bakassi IDPs Camp before leaving to their respective home in Maiduguri on 30 November 2021 as Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Maiduguri have vacated their camps ahead of today, the dateline for the closure of all Displaced Persons camps by the Borno Government. Some of the IDPs from Gwoza, Monguno and Guzamala Local Government Areas facilitate their home return. The states Commissioner for Reconstruction, Rehabilitation and Resettlement, said the development was part of the government commitment to close all IDP camps in Maiduguri in line with its resettlement programme. Photo: Audu Marte / AFP
Lebanese protesters block a road with burning tyres during a protest in the capital Beirut on 29 November 2021, as the country struggles with a deep economic crisis. Photo: Anwar AMRO / AFP
Macaque monkeys climb onto a news photographer at the Phra Prang Sam Yod temple during the annual Monkey Buffet Festival in Lopburi province, north of Bangkok on 28 November 2021. Photo: Jack Taylor / AFP



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