Father and Son Cheer On Argentina; Mongolian Herder Brands Foal; Student Sells Rodents in Zimbabwe; and more.
Benjamín González, left, 13, and his father, Jorge González, cheer for the national team at Parque Centenario in Buenos Aires, Argentina, during a match between Argentina and Croatia in the semifinals of the FIFA World Cup.
Batdorj Dorj unties a foal’s legs after branding it in Tsogttsetsii, Umnugovi province, Mongolia. Many Mongolian herders have recently switched to freeze branding, which leaves a vivid mark and causes less pain than the traditional heat-based method.
Locadia Chipunza, 15, sells rodents after school along the Mutare highway in Zimbabwe.
Silveria Ordóñez, center, holds her daughter, Juana, on the first anniversary of the death of Simón Pedro Pérez López, who was her husband and a human rights advocate, in Simojovel, Chiapas, Mexico.
Rashid Ikoba washes polyethylene bags that he collects from dustbins and garbage dumps in Kampala, Uganda. Ikoba says he sells dried polyethylene for a living and to protect the environment.
Mayuran Kabisan, 4, plays with industrial equipment, which his father uses for work, in Mannar, Sri Lanka.
Luis Baltazar Sicairos Rubio makes huaraches in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. Sicairos, who has made the sandals since he was 16, says it’s not easy because many consumers don’t want to pay the high price for his labor.