تصاویر منتخب هفته از نگاه مجله آتلانتیک آمریکا

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اقتصادنیوز؛ وبگاه هفته‌نامه آمریکایی آتلانتیک تصاویر منتخب هفته از رسانه‌های جهان را منتشر کرد.

به گزارش اقتصادنیوز؛ مجله آتلانتیک تصاویر منتخب خود را از وقایع این هفته -تدوام تدفین قربانیان کروناویروس در شیلی ، هنر دایناسورها در شانگهای، یک شهر فضای باز در ماساچوست ، اعتراض های مداوم علیه وحشیگری پلیس و نژاد پرستی سیستمی در سراسر جهان، بازگشایی مرحله ای پارک ملی گرند تتو ، اسبی به نام بارقه‌های آقای گلررز در انگلستان ، تفریحات هوایی در بروکلین، از بین بردن یک مجسمه کنفدراسیون در هوستون و ....- به شرح زیر منتشر کرد.

* بنابر مقررات رسانه‌ای کشور از انتشار برخی تصاویر منتخب نشریه آتلانتیک معذوریم. 
* شرح عکس‌ها به همراه زمان و مکان ثبت تصویر و نیز نام عکاس و رسانه منتشرکننده آن به زبان انگلیسی در پایین تصویر درج شده است.

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