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See pictures of events from around the world, Aug. 11

Photographers captured moments from around the globe. From the coronavirus, protests to cities reopening.

Many things have changed across the world during the coronavirus. Here are a few of those changes illustrated with images.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Clark McBride votes at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School after voting Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020, in Milwaukee. Wisconsin's second statewide election since the coronavirus pandemic began came with far more time to prepare than the first, with election officials hoping for a smoother result in Tuesday's primary. [ MORRY GASH | AP ]

Kyiv, Ukraine

A boy casts his shadow as he throws a ball into the basket on a basketball court in an apartment building yard in a city centre in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. [ EFREM LUKATSKY | AP ]

Mumbai, India

An Indian woman walks through a foggy lane as health workers fumigate the vicinity with anti-mosquito spray, in Mumbai, India, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. India has the third-highest coronavirus caseload in the world after the United States and Brazil. [ RAFIQ MAQBOOL | AP ]

Frankfurt, Germany

An Icelandic horse shakes off the dust in a paddock at a stud farm in Wehrheim near Frankfurt, Germany, as the sun rises Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Farmers all over Germany suffer from the heat and a long dry weather period. [ MICHAEL PROBST | AP ]

Beirut, Lebanon

Anti-government protesters burn a barricade next to a wall installed by security forces to block access to the Parliament building, during a demonstration following last week's massive explosion which devastated Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. [ FELIPE DANA | AP ]

Bucharest, Romania

Fruit and vegetable vendors, wearing masks against the spread of the COVID-19 infections, wait for customers at a market in Bucharest, Romania, Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020. Romania is faced with an increasing number of COVID-19 infections and related deaths over the past weeks, the highest levels since the pandemic started in the country in February, blamed mostly on people not observing the prevention regulations, like correctly wearing a face mask. [ ANDREEA ALEXANDRU | AP ]

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