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PESHAWAR: June 24 - KP Head of Sub office UNHCR Dinesh is posing for a group photo with other participants during blood donation camp to mark World Refugee Day organized by CDG, Hamza Foundation and UNHCR. APP photo by Shaheryar Anjum
Jun 24, 2019
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PESHAWAR: June 24 - KP Head of Sub office UNHCR Dinesh is giving blood during blood donation camp to mark World Refugee Day organized by CDG, Hamza Foundation and UNHCR. APP photo by Shaheryar Anjum
Jun 24, 2019
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CHITRAL: Jun24- People of Mastuj hold a protes on Chitral-Gilgit Road as they are demanding the construction of long awaited Booni Shandur Road. ONLINE PHOTO by Saif-ur-Rehman Aziz
Jun 24, 2019
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CHITRAL: Jun24- People of Mastuj hold a protes on Chitral-Gilgit Road as they are demanding the construction of long awaited Booni Shandur Road. ONLINE PHOTO by Saif-ur-Rehman Aziz
Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS843.jpg0 viewsA man wets his hat at a public fountain during an unusually early summer heatwave on June 24, 2019 in Rome. - Fans flew off store shelves and public fountains offered relief from the heat as temperatures soared in Europe on June 24, with officials urging vigilance ahead of even hotter conditions forecast later in the week. Meteorologists blamed a blast of torrid air from the Sahara for the unusually early summer heatwave, which could send thermometers up to 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) across large swathes of the continent.

Authorities have issued warnings against dehydration and heatstroke, in particular for children and the elderly, and hospitals have been placed on high alert. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS839.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani labourer fries chickpeas at his shop in Lahore on June 24, 2019. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS827.jpg0 viewsFrench Prime Minister Edouard Philippe (R) welcomes his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev prior to their meeting during an official visit to Le Havre, western France on June 24, 2019. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS795.jpg0 viewsBodyguards and members of the security forces guard Al Salam palace as US Secretary of State meets with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince in the Red Sea port of Jeddah on June 24, 2019. - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived Monday in Saudi Arabia for talks on coordinating with the close ally amid mounting tensions with Iran. (Photo by Jacquelyn Martin / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS794.jpg0 viewsSeated under a portrait of the Saudi monarch, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) meets with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at Al Salam Palace in the Red Sea port of Jeddah on June 24, 2019. - Pompeo arrived Monday in Saudi Arabia for talks on coordinating with the close ally amid mounting tensions with Iran. (Photo by Jacquelyn Martin / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS698.jpg0 viewsPalestinian demonstrators carry a makeshift coffin with the inscription "the decisions of the Arab League" during a protest against the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Ramallah on June 24, 2019. - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by ABBAS MOMANI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS697.jpg0 viewsA child runs in an alley at a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip's southern city of Rafah on June 24, 2019. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS695.jpg0 viewsChildren play at a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip's southern city of Rafah on June 24, 2019. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS691.jpg0 viewsBurned luggage lays on the road as firemen extinguish a burning touring coach on the A2 highway in Castrop-Rauxel, western Germany, on June 24, 2019. - The bus with 65 pupils on board catched fire, but all passengers were able to leave the vehicle as it stopped at the side strip. Nobody was injured. (Photo by Marcel Kusch / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUTJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS550.jpg0 viewsEuropean Council President Donald Tusk (2ndR) meets President of the European Socialists and Democrats Party Iratxe Garcia Perez (2ndL) at the Europa building in Brussels, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Virginia Mayo / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS93G.jpg0 viewsProtesters waive the EU, Georgian (R) and American flags during their motorcade rally in Tbilisi, on June 24, 2019. - The head of Georgia's ruling party announced sweeping electoral reforms on June 24, 2019 in a bid to appease protesters after days of demonstrations gripped the capital Tbilisi. Speaking at a news conference following four days of protests, tycoon Bidzina Ivanishvili announced "large-scale political reform". (Photo by Vano SHLAMOV / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS91L.jpg0 viewsEgyptian Defence Minister Mohamed Ahmed Zaki (L) speaks with Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry (R) during their meeting with Russian counterparts in Moscow on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS89Q.jpg0 viewsFrench Defence Minister Florence Parly (R) gestures as she meets young people of the SNU (Service National Universel) during a visit at the Luxeuil-Saint Sauveur air-base 116 in Saint-Sauveur, eastern France, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS89L.jpg0 viewsHandout photo released by Miraflores palace press office showing Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (C) during a wreath laying ceremony during the 198th anniversary of the Carabobo battle in Valencia, Carabobo state, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by HO / Venezuelan Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT AFP PHOTO / PRESIDENCIA VENEZUELA - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTSJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS89K.jpg0 viewsHandout photo released by Miraflores palace press office showing Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (C) during a wreath laying ceremony during the 198th anniversary of the Carabobo battle in Valencia, Carabobo state, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by HO / Venezuelan Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT AFP PHOTO / PRESIDENCIA VENEZUELA - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTSJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS89I.jpg0 viewsHandout photo released by Miraflores palace press office showing Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (C) accompanied by General Commander of the Bolivarian Army Jesus Suarez Chourio (L) and Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino during a wreath laying ceremony during the 198th anniversary of the Carabobo battle in Valencia, Carabobo state, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by HO / Venezuelan Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT AFP PHOTO / PRESIDENCIA VENEZUELA - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTSJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS83Z.jpg0 viewsA man refreshes at a waterfall fountain during an unusually early summer heatwave on June 24, 2019 in Rome. - Fans flew off store shelves and public fountains offered relief from the heat as temperatures soared in Europe on June 24, with officials urging vigilance ahead of even hotter conditions forecast later in the week. Meteorologists blamed a blast of torrid air from the Sahara for the unusually early summer heatwave, which could send thermometers up to 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) across large swathes of the continent. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS83W.jpg0 viewsA tourist fills her water bottle from the Fontana della Barcaccia on Piazzia di Spagna in downtown Rome during an unusually early summer heatwave on June 24, 2019. - Fans flew off store shelves and public fountains offered relief from the heat as temperatures soared in Europe on June 24, with officials urging vigilance ahead of even hotter conditions forecast later in the week. Meteorologists blamed a blast of torrid air from the Sahara for the unusually early summer heatwave, which could send thermometers up to 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) across large swathes of the continent. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS83T.jpg0 viewsA woman refreshes at the Fontana della Barcaccia on Piazzia di Spagna in downtown Rome during an unusually early summer heatwave on June 24, 2019. - Fans flew off store shelves and public fountains offered relief from the heat as temperatures soared in Europe on June 24, with officials urging vigilance ahead of even hotter conditions forecast later in the week. Meteorologists blamed a blast of torrid air from the Sahara for the unusually early summer heatwave, which could send thermometers up to 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) across large swathes of the continent. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS83M.jpg0 viewsTourists gather by the Trevi Fountain during an unusually early summer heatwave on June 24, 2019 in Rome. - Fans flew off store shelves and public fountains offered relief from the heat as temperatures soared in Europe on June 24, with officials urging vigilance ahead of even hotter conditions forecast later in the week. Meteorologists blamed a blast of torrid air from the Sahara for the unusually early summer heatwave, which could send thermometers up to 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) across large swathes of the continent. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS83E.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani labourer fries chickpeas at his shop in Lahore on June 24, 2019. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS82Y.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani man watches a television commercial of a detergent in which takes part Pakistan women's cricket team captain Bismah Maroof (C, in Islamabad on June 24, 2019. - An international detergent brand has come under fire for an advertisement questioning gender stereotypes in the conservative patriarchal country, with critics denouncing the company for allegedly insulting Islam. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS82P.jpg0 viewsFrench Defence Minister Florence Parly delivers a speech in front of a Mirage 2000-5 airplane during a visit at the Luxeuil-Saint Sauveur air-base 116 in Saint-Sauveur, eastern France, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS82L.jpg0 viewsFrench Prime Minister Edouard Philippe (L) and his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev, pose as they peruse the view from the rooftop of the City Hall prior to an official visit, on June 24, 2019 in Le Havre, western France. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / various sources / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS82J.jpg0 viewsFrench Prime Minister Edouard Philippe (L) and his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev, pose as they peruse the view from the rooftop of the City Hall prior to an official visit, on June 24, 2019 in Le Havre, western France. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / various sources / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS81P.jpg0 viewsFrench Prime Minister Edouard Philippe (R) welcomes his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev prior to their meeting during an official visit to Le Havre, western France on June 24, 2019. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS77C.jpg0 viewsFrench President Emmanuel Macron (C) and French Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian (3rd L) poses for an official photograph with delegates on the last day of the Mediterranean Summit (The Sommet des Deux Rives/Summit of the Two Shores ) which is being held in the city of Marseille, southern France, on June 24, 2019. - The Summit of the Two Shores, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, has been built on consultations with Mediterranean civil society and aims to boost cooperation between countries in the Western Mediterranean by implementing projects that support human, economic and sustainable development in the region. The summit includes the southern states Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, and five States from the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS77B.jpg0 viewsFrench President Emmanuel Macron (C) and French Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian (3rd L) poses for an official photograph with delegates on the last day of the Mediterranean Summit (The Sommet des Deux Rives/Summit of the Two Shores ) which is being held in the city of Marseille, southern France, on June 24, 2019. - The Summit of the Two Shores, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, has been built on consultations with Mediterranean civil society and aims to boost cooperation between countries in the Western Mediterranean by implementing projects that support human, economic and sustainable development in the region. The summit includes the southern states Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, and five States from the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS76I.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani stock broker monitors share prices as he talks on a phone during a trading session at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in Karachi on June 24, 2019. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS76H.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani stock broker monitors share prices on a computer monitor as he talks on a phone during a trading session at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in Karachi on June 24, 2019. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS76E.jpg0 viewsPakistani stock brokers monitor share prices on computer monitors during a trading session at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in Karachi on June 24, 2019. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS76B.jpg0 viewsA Pakistani stock broker monitors share prices on a computer monitor as he talks on a phone during a trading session at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in Karachi on June 24, 2019. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS69S.jpg0 viewsPalestinian demonstrators carry a banner showing US President Donald Trump and former British prime minister Arthur Balfour, during a protest against the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Ramallah on June 24, 2019. - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by ABBAS MOMANI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS69Q.jpg0 viewsPalestinian demonstrators carry caricatures, during a protest against the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Ramallah on June 24, 2019. - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by ABBAS MOMANI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS69N.jpg0 viewsPalestinian demonstrators carry a caricature, during a protest against the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Ramallah on June 24, 2019. - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by ABBAS MOMANI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019