A bleeding peace dove seemingly stabbed to death on a Russian flag is part of the persiflage at Chlodwigplatz that will lead the peace demonstration on Rose Monday. After the Russian attack on Ukraine, the Rose Monday festival was canceled, and instead a protest march will move through the city center. LEHTIKUVA / AFP
Sledding in the Academic sledding competition at Ullanlinnanmäki in Helsinki on Tuesday 1st of March 2022.
A man throws a desk onto a fire that rages on the grounds in front of Parliament as police move in to clear protesters in Wellington on March 2, 2022, on day twenty three of demonstrations against Covid-19 vaccine mandates and restrictions. LEHTIKUVA / AFP
Visitors read messages posted on a board by visitors in support of Ukraine, inside the Ukrainian pavilion, during the Expo 2020 in the Gulf emirate of Dubai, on March 2, 2021. LEHTIKUVA / AFP
Smoke rising from an oil depot, which is said was hit by shelling, in Chernihiv on March 3, 2022. (Photo by Handout / UKRAINE EMERGENCY MINISTRY PRESS SERVICE / AFP) / - LEHTIKUVA / AFP
Ambulance cars are pictured before being prepared for departure in Ringsted, Denmark, on March 4, 2022. LEHTIKUVA / AFP
A girl looks out from a window as she waits inside a train taking refugees to Poland at Lviv train station, western Ukraine, on March 5, 2022. LEHTIKUVA / AFP
Burnley's English goalkeeper Nick Pope clears the ball during the English Premier League football match between Burnley and Chelsea at Turf Moor in Burnley, north west England on March 5, 2022. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP)
A demonstrator bears a 'No war' sign during a protest against Russia's military invasion of Ukraine in Rome on March 5, 2022. LEHTIKUVA / AFP
This picture taken on March 6, 2022 shows a man looking at posters of South Korea's presidential candidates (top row) in Seoul ahead of the March 9 presidential election. LEHTIKUVA / AFP
A home-grown mango (R) and an avocado in Hämeenlinna on 2.3.2022.