Picture News April 3, 2019

Dakar, Senegal, April 3 – Senegalese President Macky Sall speaks during his swearing-in ceremony in Diamniadio, a new city around 30 kilometers from the capital Dakar on April 2, 2019 for a second term in office. Sall emerged winner of elections held on February 24. Beating four other aspirants with 58% of votes cast. The opponents rejected the results but said they were not going to contest it. Photo courtesy of Présidence de la République du Sénégal
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London, April 3 – From left, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May, Youth Justice Board co-chair Roy Sefa-Attakora, Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick, take part in a serious youth violence summit in Downing Street, London. The summit includes leaders from major British cities and other involved agencies, in response to an escalation of knife-related crime in Britain.
Lima, Peru, April 3 – aThe world’s greatest sprinter of all time, Jamaican Usain Bolt, on Tuesday ran against a traditional mototaxi —and defeated it— during an exhibition, which took place in Lima City’s residential Miraflores district. The simulated short race —less than 100 meters— lasted approximately six seconds. 32-year-old Bolt arrived in the Peruvian capital city today to participate in events sponsored by a sports brand. Photo courtesy of Andina