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THE DAY IN PICTURES

In images: High style at the cathedral, as attendees celebrate the late great Dame Vivienne Westwood

In images: High style at the cathedral, as attendees celebrate the late great Dame Vivienne Westwood
British club promoter Philip Sallon attends the memorial service for Dame Vivienne Westwood at Southwark Cathedral in London, Britain, 16 February 2023. Dame Vivienne died on 29 December 2022. EPA-EFE/BERESFORD HODGE

Moving, surprising, inspiring, terrifying, shocking... These are the images of some of today’s events around the world.

British former model Lorraine Pascale (L) and British Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue Edward Enninful attend the memorial service for Dame Vivienne Westwood at Southwark Cathedral in London, Britain, 16 February 2023. Dame Vivienne died on 29 December 2022. EPA-EFE/BERESFORD HODGE

British artist Daniel Lismore (L) attends the memorial service for Dame Vivienne Westwood at Southwark Cathedral in London, Britain, 16 February 2023. Dame Vivienne died on 29 December 2022. EPA-EFE/BERESFORD HODGE

British designer Dame Zandra Rhodes (L) attends the memorial service for Dame Vivienne Westwood at Southwark Cathedral in London, Britain, 16 February 2023. Dame Vivienne died on 29 December 2022. EPA-EFE/BERESFORD HODGE

British actor Helena Bonham Carter (L) attends the memorial service for Dame Vivienne Westwood at Southwark Cathedral in London, Britain, 16 February 2023. Dame Vivienne died on 29 December 2022. EPA-EFE/BERESFORD HODGE

Bob Geldof attends the memorial service for Dame Vivienne Westwood at Southwark Cathedral in London, Britain, 16 February 2023. Dame Vivienne died on 29 December 2022. EPA-EFE/BERESFORD HODGE

French actor Farida Khelfa attends the memorial service for Dame Vivienne Westwood at Southwark Cathedral in London, Britain, 16 February 2023. Dame Vivienne died on 29 December 2022. EPA-EFE/BERESFORD HODGE

The Order of Service at the memorial service for Dame Vivienne Westwood at Southwark Cathedral in London, Britain, 16 February 2023. Dame Vivienne died on 29 December 2022. EPA-EFE/BERESFORD HODGE

Masked revellers parade through the streets during the carnival season in Lucerne, Switzerland, 16 February 2023. EPA-EFE/URS FLUEELER

Masked revellers parade through the streets during the carnival season in Lucerne, Switzerland, 16 February 2023. EPA-EFE/URS FLUEELER

Masked revellers parade through the streets during the carnival season in Lucerne, Switzerland, 16 February 2023. EPA-EFE/URS FLUEELER

Costumed revelers celebrate the traditional ‘Weiberfastnacht’ (Women’s Carnival Day or Fat Thursday) carnival in Cologne, Germany, 16 February 2023. The Thursday of the ‘Old Wives’ heralds the beginning of the street carnival. EPA-EFE/FRIEDEMANN VOGEL

Members of the Dutch search and rescue team USAR arrive at Eindhoven Air Base, the Netherlands, 16 February 2023. The team rescued twelve people in the Turkish region of Hatay after strong earthquakes hit Turkey and Syria on 06 February, leaving more than 41,000 people dead. EPA-EFE/ROB ENGELAAR

A model presents a creation of the ‘Pedro Del Hierro’ collection during the Madrid Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Madrid, Spain, 16 February 2023. Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid (MBFWM) runs from 16 to 19 February 2023. EPA-EFE/J. J. Guillen

A model presents a creation by Spanish designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada from the Autum/Winter 2023-2024 collection at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid, in Madrid, Spain, 16 February 2023. The MBFW Madrid presents Fall/Winter 2023/24 collections until 19 February. EPA-EFE/CHEMA MOYA

People wait to get aid materials after a powerful earthquake in Samandag, Turkey, 16 February 2023. More than 41,000 people have died and thousands more are injured after two major earthquakes struck southern Turkey and northern Syria on 06 February. Authorities fear the death toll will keep climbing as rescuers look for survivors across the region. EPA-EFE/HANNIBAL HANSCHKE

A child’s bicycle stands at a balcony of a damaged building following a powerful earthquake in Nurdagi district of Gaziantep, Turkey, 16 February 2023. More than 41,000 people have died and thousands more are injured after two major earthquakes struck southern Turkey and northern Syria on 06 February. Authorities fear the death toll will keep climbing as rescuers look for survivors across the region. EPA-EFE/TOLGA BOZOGLU

Bank customers burn tires in front of BBAC Bank during a protest organized by Depositors’ Outcry, in Badaro neighborhood Beirut, Lebanon, 16 February 2023. Bank customers protest against the continuous closure of banks and against unofficial restrictions on cash withdrawals and the deterioration of economic conditions in the country. The currency was trading on the parallel market at 80,000 against the dollar on 16 February, more than five times the 15,000 official rate. EPA-EFE/WAEL HAMZEH

Israeli military demolish the house of Palestinian Muhammed al-Jabari, in the West Bank city of Hebron, 16 February 2023. Al-Jabari carried out a shooting attack on 29 October 2022, against Israeli settlers from the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba near Hebron, that killed one Israeli settler and wounded several before he was shot dead. EPA-EFE/WISAM AL HASHLAMOUN

Ukrainian military personal undergo combat training in a trench with British troops from 11 Security Force Assistance Brigade at an undisclosed location in England, Britain, 16 February 2023. The latest group of volunteers will mark the 10,000th Ukrainian recruit to be trained under the UK’s support programme, which includes instruction in weapons handling, battlefield first aid, fieldcraft, patrol tactics and the Law of Armed Conflict. EPA-EFE/ADAM VAUGHAN

Reed is harvested as a wildlife habitat management measure on the shores of Lake Balaton in Balatonszemes, southwestern Hungary, 16 February 2023. There are 1,200 hectares of reed around the lake, a third or a quarter of which needs to be cut each winter in order to propagate its rejuvenation, as well as for water quality protection purposes. Common reed plays an important role in the ecosystem of Balaton, and the wetland management authorities in charge of habitat monitoring prepare a reed classification map every five years in an attempt to preserve the lake’s declining reed habitat, which is protected by law since 2000. EPA-EFE/Tamas Vasvari DM/ ML

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