Las cinco imágenes que nos deja hoy

Chilean new President Sebastian Pinera (L) is applauded by outgoing President Michelle Bachelet during his inauguration ceremony at the Congress in Valparaiso, Chile, on March 11, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / CLAUDIO REYES
A man shows a photocopy of ballots for one of the two main political blocs holding primary elections at the same time of the parliamentary elections in Colombia, after the originals ran out, in Cali, Colombia, on March 11, 2018.
Colombians went to the polls Sunday to elect a new Congress with a resurgent right, bitterly opposed to a peace deal that allows leftist former rebels to participate, expected to poll strongly. The election is set to be the calmest in half a century of conflict in Colombia, with the former rebel movement FARC spurning jungle warfare for politics, and the ELN — the country’s last active rebel group — observing a ceasefire. / AFP PHOTO / Luis ROBAYO
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) bows to Prince Akishino (2nd R) and Princess Kiko (R) during the seventh national memorial service for victims of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster in Tokyo March 11, 2018.
Japan marked on March 11 the seventh anniversary of a deadly earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster which devastated its northeastern coast and left about 18,500 people dead or missing. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Shizuo Kambayashi
Players and supporter pay tribute to late Fiorentina’s captain Davide Astori on March 11, 2018 during the Italian Serie A football match Fiorentina vs Benevento at the Artemio Franchi stadium in Florence.
Italian player Davide Astori likely died on March 4, 2018 in his hotel room from a cardiac arrest linked to the slowing of his heart rate following the initial results of his autopsy. / AFP PHOTO / Claudio Giovannini
Cuba’s First Vice-President Miguel Diaz-Canel, casts his vote in Santa Clara, Cuba, during an election to ratify a new National Assembly, on March 11, 2018.
Cubans vote to ratify a new National Assembly on Sunday, a key step in a process leading to the election of a new president, the first in nearly 60 years from outside the Castro family. The new members of the National Assembly will be tasked with choosing a successor to 86-year-old President Raul Castro when he steps down next month.
/ AFP PHOTO / POOL / Alejandro Ernesto