News in pictures: Friday March 25, 2022 | News


Making the final checks before masterpieces from Buckingham Palace go on display today at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh

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The Colombian artist Julian Castillo paints a mural depicting the Puerto Rican singer René Pérez, known as Residente, using human blood given by volunteers

The Colombian artist Julian Castillo paints a mural depicting the Puerto Rican singer René Pérez, known as Residente, using human blood given by volunteers

LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

A woman stands in what remains of a home after a tornado in Arabi, Louisiana

A woman stands in what remains of a home after a tornado in Arabi, Louisiana

SCOTT CLAUSE/THE DAILY ADVERTISER/AP

Ken Kiefer, 52, an underwater photographer from Texas, thought this great white shark off Guadalupe Island, Mexico, had “turned to share his love with me”

Ken Kiefer, 52, an underwater photographer from Texas, thought this great white shark off Guadalupe Island, Mexico, had “turned to share his love with me”

KEN KIEFER/CATERS NEWS AGENCY

A robot that can stand up and call a lift when it needs to go to a different floor was shown off by the tech giant NVIDIA at its artificial intelligence conference

A robot that can stand up and call a lift when it needs to go to a different floor was shown off by the tech giant NVIDIA at its artificial intelligence conference

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Come dance with me: male mudskipper fish on an estuary in Taiwan launch themselves into the air, flapping their fins, to get female attention

Come dance with me: male mudskipper fish on an estuary in Taiwan launch themselves into the air, flapping their fins, to get female attention

LEO LIU/SOLENT NEWS

Workers roll the red carpet in Hollywood ready for the 94th Academy Awards

Workers roll the red carpet in Hollywood ready for the 94th Academy Awards

ROBERT GAUTHIER/LOS ANGELES TIMES/POLARIS/EYEVINE

The Dutch Olympic champion Kjeld Nuis breaks his own world record to reach 64 mph on Savalen Lake in Tynset, Norway

The Dutch Olympic champion Kjeld Nuis breaks his own world record to reach 64 mph on Savalen Lake in Tynset, Norway

DANIEL TENGS/RED BULL/ANIMAL NEWS AGENCY

Bangladeshi children from Khan Tea Garden have their faces painted for Holi, the Hindu festival of colors to mark the onset of spring

Bangladeshi children from Khan Tea Garden have their faces painted for Holi, the Hindu festival of colors to mark the onset of spring

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A squirrel has a face-off with a cobra capable of killing a person with one bite.  It dodged the snake's lunges and scared it away from holidaymakers in Botswana

A squirrel has a face-off with a cobra capable of killing a person with one bite. It dodged the snake’s lunges and scared it away from holidaymakers in Botswana

CHRIS BURCZAK/KENNEDY NEWS

Police sedated a two-year-old mountain lion seen running towards a shopping center in California.  He will be released after health checks

Police sedated a two-year-old mountain lion seen running towards a shopping center in California. He will be released after health checks

IRVINE POLICE DEPARTMENT/THE MEGA AGENCY

A dog walker enjoys a taste of spring at Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex

A dog walker enjoys a taste of spring at Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex

READ THOMAS

Mish and Lucy, two brown bear cubs found abandoned in Albania, use a round drain cover for a game of pebble skimming at Wildwood Escot animal park in Devon

Mish and Lucy, two brown bear cubs found abandoned in Albania, use a round drain cover for a game of pebble skimming at Wildwood Escot animal park in Devon

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Buffalo Sabers goalkeeper Craig Anderson gets a drink before a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins

Buffalo Sabers goalkeeper Craig Anderson gets a drink before a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins

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José María Figueres, the former president of Costa Rica, receives makeup before an election debate

José María Figueres, the former president of Costa Rica, receives makeup before an election debate

MAYELA LOPEZ/REUTERS

An Indian tourist takes a selfie at Srinagar, Asia's largest tulip garden with 1.5 million tulips of 68 varieties

An Indian tourist takes a selfie at Srinagar, Asia’s largest tulip garden with 1.5 million tulips of 68 varieties

SAQIB MAJEED/SOPA IMAGES/SHUTTERSTOCK

A dog in a costume sits in a toy car during the Thailand International Pet Variety Exhibition in Bangkok

A dog in a costume sits in a toy car during the Thailand International Pet Variety Exhibition in Bangkok

LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Catherine Pykett views The Flybrary, by the artist Christina Sporrong, at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

Catherine Pykett views The Flybrary, by the artist Christina Sporrong, at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

DANNY LAWSON/PA

Artists draw an oak leaf, a curlew, a salmon and a beaver in a map of the United Kingdom.  The sand drawing on Scarborough beach was washed away by the tide, symbolizing the alarm of young people at the disappearance of British wildlife

Artists draw an oak leaf, a curlew, a salmon and a beaver in a map of the United Kingdom. The sand drawing on Scarborough beach was washed away by the tide, symbolizing the alarm of young people at the disappearance of British wildlife

OLI SCARFF/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Italy's Daniel Grassl in action during the World Figure Skating Championships in Montpellier, France

Italy’s Daniel Grassl in action during the World Figure Skating Championships in Montpellier, France

JUAN MEDINA/REUTERS

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