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Top Africa Pictures on Month of June 24-30, 2022

Below are the collections of the June best pictures across Africa and beyond.

Traditional dancers perform as a coffin containing a tooth-the only known remains of murdered Congolese independence hero Patrice Lumumba-arrives on Sunday in Shilatembo, the place where he was assassinated in 1961.

A brass band also plays in Lumumba’s honor on the latest leg of a country-wide tour of the coffin ahead of a funeral.

Women in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, join a protest for the second day of demonstration against the rising cost of living.

The first day had turned violent and the police came out to protect prominent politicians including Deputy Finance Minister Abena Osei Asare (center).

In Sudan’s capital Khartoum, people take to the street to demand civilian rule on the third anniversary of a huge anti-military protest.

Leaders from Commonwealth nations, including UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, are welcomed in Rwanda's capital, Kigali, by traditional dancers at the opening ceremony of a head of government meeting.

Migrants hold a demonstration in Morocco's capital, Rabat demanding an investigation after the deaths of at least 23 people in violence as they tried to cross the country.

A woman rides a motorbike around the Southern Malian city of Sikasso with three children as they go about their day.

A car taking part in the World Safari rally stirs up dust south of Lake Naivasha, Kenya on the last day of the completion.

Pictures courtesy of BBCNEWS.

Sources;

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-61993604 

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