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000_1F051N.jpg1 viewsGreenpeace activists look at a mural painting reading "Lyon is suffocating we want to breathe!" at the entrance of the tunnel of Croix-Rousse in the center of Lyon, on March 24, 2019. - Greenpeace activists want to urge the local political representatives to take measures against climate change. (Photo by JEAN-PHILIPPE KSIAZEK / AFP)
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000_1F051I.jpg1 viewsA woman blows bubbles as she attends a vigil in memory of the twin mosque massacre victims in Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - New Zealand will hold a national remembrance service for victims of the Christchurch massacre on March 29, the government announced, as the country grieves over a tragedy that shocked the world. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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000_1F051H.jpg1 viewsPeople attend a vigil in memory of the twin mosque massacre victims in Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - New Zealand will hold a national remembrance service for victims of the Christchurch massacre on March 29, the government announced, as the country grieves over a tragedy that shocked the world. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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000_1F051D.jpg1 viewsPeople attend a vigil in memory of the twin mosque massacre victims in Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - New Zealand will hold a national remembrance service for victims of the Christchurch massacre on March 29, the government announced, as the country grieves over a tragedy that shocked the world. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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000_1F051B.jpg1 viewsPeople attend a vigil in memory of the twin mosque massacre victims in Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - New Zealand will hold a national remembrance service for victims of the Christchurch massacre on March 29, the government announced, as the country grieves over a tragedy that shocked the world. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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000_1F051A.jpg1 viewsPeople attend a vigil in memory of the twin mosque massacre victims in Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - New Zealand will hold a national remembrance service for victims of the Christchurch massacre on March 29, the government announced, as the country grieves over a tragedy that shocked the world. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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000_1F050X.jpg1 viewsSri Lanka Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe (C) and Oman Oil and Gas Minister Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhy (2L) unveil a plaque marking the construction of a $3.85 billion oil refinery and storage complex in the southern port city of Hambantota on March 24, 2019. - Sri Lanka commenced construction on March 24 of a nearly $4 billion foreign-backed oil project the government hopes will revive interest in a shipping zone where a Chinese-run port has attracted international concern. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1F048W.jpg1 viewsTwo women read the Koran at the Linwood mosque after it reopened in Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - he slaughter of 50 people at Friday prayers in two Christchurch mosques on March 15 shocked the normally laid-back country and prompted global horror, heightened by the gunman's cold-blooded livestreaming of the massacre (Photo by WILLIAM WEST / AFP)
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000_1F048M.jpg-1 viewsMoroccan policemen scuffle with protesters during a demonstration in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F048J.jpg-1 viewsMoroccan policemen scuffle with protesters during a demonstration in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F048D.jpg-1 viewsMoroccan policemen stand in front of protesters during a demonstration in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F048A.jpg-1 viewsMoroccan policemen scuffle with a protester during a demonstration in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F047Q.jpg-1 viewsMoroccan protesters face members of the security forces during a demonstration in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F047O.jpg-1 viewsMoroccan protesters stand in front of water cannons used by the police during a demonstration in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F047L.jpg-1 viewsMoroccan protesters stand in front of water cannons used by the police during a demonstration in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F047J.jpg1 viewsPeople attend a vigil in tribute to the victims of the twin mosques shootings Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - New Zealand will hold a national remembrance service for victims of the Christchurch massacre on March 29, the government announced, as the country grieves over a tragedy that shocked the world. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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000_1F047I.jpg1 viewsImam Alabi Lateef Zirullah (R) explains the horror of the shootings to Sheikh Amjad (C) at the Linwood mosque after it reopened in Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - The slaughter of 50 people at Friday prayers in two Christchurch mosques on March 15 shocked the normally laid-back country and prompted global horror, heightened by the gunman's cold-blooded livestreaming of the massacre. (Photo by WILLIAM WEST / AFP)
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000_1F047H.jpg1 viewsPeople attend a vigil in tribute to the victims of the twin mosques shootings Christchurch on March 24, 2019. - New Zealand will hold a national remembrance service for victims of the Christchurch massacre on March 29, the government announced, as the country grieves over a tragedy that shocked the world. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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000_1F047G.jpg-1 viewsYoung Moroccan school teachers hold candles as they protest against their current status in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F047F.jpg-1 viewsYoung Moroccan school teachers hold candles as they protest against their current status in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F047B.jpg-1 viewsYoung Moroccan school teachers hold candles as they protest against their current status in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F047A.jpg-1 viewsYoung Moroccan school teachers hold banners as they protest against their current status in the capital Rabat on March 24, 2019. The banner reads in Arabic "No to contractual jobs". - The police dispersed during the night a gathering of teachers who reportedly attempted to camp in front of the parliament, demanding permanent contracts within the national education system. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F046O.jpg1 viewsRoyal Thai soldiers queue up to cast their ballots at a polling station in Bangkok on March 24, 2019 during Thailand's general election. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)
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000_1F040H.jpg1 viewsThai soldiers stand guard near a polling station in Narathiwat on March 24, 2019, during Thailand's general election. (Photo by Madaree TOHLALA / AFP)
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000_1F09DK.jpg1 viewsA handout picture released by the Jordanian Royal Palace on March 24, 2019 shows Jordan's King Abdullah II (L) and Iraq's Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi (R) meeting with Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (C) at the presidential palace in the Egyptian capital Cairo. (Photo by Yousef ALLAN / Jordanian Royal Palace / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / JORDANIAN ROYAL PALACE / YOUSEF ALLAN" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1F09AR.jpg1 viewsIn this handout picture released on March 24, 2019 by the Turkish Presidential press service, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses supporters on stage during a campaign rally of the People's Alliance, which gather the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and right-wing Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), in Istanbul on March 24, 2019, ahead of the March 31 local elections. (Photo by HANDOUT / TURKISH PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TURKISH PRESIDENT PRESS OFFICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1F08ZM.jpg1 viewsIn this handout picture released on March 24, 2019 by the Turkish Presidential press service, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses supporters on stage during a campaign rally of the People's Alliance, which gather the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and right-wing Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), in Istanbul on March 24, 2019, ahead of the March 31 local elections. (Photo by HANDOUT / TURKISH PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TURKISH PRESIDENT PRESS OFFICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1F08WG.jpg1 viewsDemonstrators wave Algerian flags during a protest over fears of plot to prolong the Algerian president's rule, on Place de la Republique (Republic's Square) in Paris, on March 24, 2019. - The Algerian president said on February 22 he would run for a fifth term in April 18 elections, despite concerns about his ability to rule, triggering an outcry in the country which has since been gripped by demonstrations. (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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000_1F08WC.jpg1 viewsDemonstrators wave Algerian flags during a protest over fears of plot to prolong the Algerian president's rule, on Place de la Republique (Republic's Square) in Paris, on March 24, 2019. - The Algerian president said on February 22 he would run for a fifth term in April 18 elections, despite concerns about his ability to rule, triggering an outcry in the country which has since been gripped by demonstrations. (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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000_1F08VT.jpg1 viewsDemonstrators wave Algerian flags during a protest over fears of plot to prolong the Algerian president's rule, on Place de la Republique (Republic's Square) in Paris, on March 24, 2019. - The Algerian president said on February 22 he would run for a fifth term in April 18 elections, despite concerns about his ability to rule, triggering an outcry in the country which has since been gripped by demonstrations. (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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000_1F08VE.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators wave Algerian flags during a protest over fears of plot to prolong the Algerian president's rule, on Place de la Republique (Republic's Square) in Paris, on March 24, 2019. - The Algerian president said on February 22 he would run for a fifth term in April 18 elections, despite concerns about his ability to rule, triggering an outcry in the country which has since been gripped by demonstrations. (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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000_1F08VA.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators wave Algerian flags during a protest over fears of plot to prolong the Algerian president's rule, on Place de la Republique (Republic's Square) in Paris, on March 24, 2019. - The Algerian president said on February 22 he would run for a fifth term in April 18 elections, despite concerns about his ability to rule, triggering an outcry in the country which has since been gripped by demonstrations. (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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000_1F08NA.jpg0 viewsAKP candidate as Istanbul mayor, former prime minister Binali Yildirim, and his wife Semiha, salute supporters as they arrive on stage during a campaign rally of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Istanbul on March 24, 2019, ahead of the March 31 local elections. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1F08N0.jpg0 viewsTurkish President Tayyip Erdogan waves to supporters as he arrives on stage during a campaign rally of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Istanbul on March 24, 2019, ahead of the March 31 local elections. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1F08MY.jpg0 viewsTurkish President Tayyip Erdogan (R) and his wife Emine Erdogan (L) wave to supporters as they arrive on stage during a campaign rally of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Istanbul on March 24, 2019, ahead of the March 31 local elections. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1F08LJ.jpg0 viewsSupporters of Democratic presidential candidate Kristen Gillibrand hold campaign placards as they stand in Central Park in Manhattan prior to the official kick-off of her campaign rally for US president on March 24, 2019 in New York. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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000_1F08LI.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators wave Algerian flags during a protest over fears of plot to prolong the Algerian president's rule, on Place de la Republique (Republic's Square) in Paris, on March 24, 2019. - The Algerian president said on February 22 he would run for a fifth term in April 18 elections, despite concerns about his ability to rule, triggering an outcry in the country which has since been gripped by demonstrations. (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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000_1F08L1.jpg0 viewsThe cruise ship Viking Sky, that ran into trouble in stormy seas off Norway, reaches the port of Molde under its own steam on March 24, 2019. - Escorted by tugboats, the Viking Sky arrived at the port of Molde. Nearly a third of its 1,373 passengers and crew had already been airlifted off the ship after it lost power along a stretch of Norwegian coastline notorious for shipwrecks. (Photo by Svein Ove EKORNESVAAG / NTB scanpix / AFP) / Norway OUT
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000_1F08L0.jpg0 viewsThe cruise ship Viking Sky, that ran into trouble in stormy seas off Norway, reaches the port of Molde under its own steam on March 24, 2019. - Escorted by tugboats, the Viking Sky arrived at the port of Molde. Nearly a third of its 1,373 passengers and crew had already been airlifted off the ship after it lost power along a stretch of Norwegian coastline notorious for shipwrecks. (Photo by Svein Ove EKORNESVAAG / NTB scanpix / AFP) / Norway OUT
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000_1F08KZ.jpg0 viewsThe cruise ship Viking Sky, that ran into trouble in stormy seas off Norway, reaches the port of Molde under its own steam on March 24, 2019. - Escorted by tugboats, the Viking Sky arrived at the port of Molde. Nearly a third of its 1,373 passengers and crew had already been airlifted off the ship after it lost power along a stretch of Norwegian coastline notorious for shipwrecks. (Photo by Svein Ove EKORNESVAAG / NTB scanpix / AFP) / Norway OUT
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