A cyclist pauses outside the site of the supermarket shooting in Buffalo, N.Y. With the Tops store closed for the foreseeable future, the community around it has been left without easy access to healthy and affordable food.
A Combine harvesting machine reaps wheat in a field of the Hula valley near the town of Kiryat Shmona in the north of Israel on May 22, 2022. Wheat prices have soared in recent months, driven by the war in Ukraine and a crippling heat wave in India.
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Pastor Andre Kamoche, left, and Greg Jackson, with Rehoboth House of Prayer, help unload a truck of fresh produce to be given out to people affected by the Tops closure on Tuesday in Buffalo, N.Y.
Talha Rafique picks up his to-go suhoor box from a campus dining hall at the University of Southern California. "My friends and I actually look forward to Ramadan," he says.
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