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000_1F8610.jpg2 viewsDruze men march during a protest against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights, in the Druze village of Buqata in the Israeli-annexed territory on March 30, 2019. (Photo by JALAA MAREY / AFP)
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000_1F8507.jpg1 viewsBrazilian firefighters from Minas Gerais state, who took part in the search and rescue works after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine in Brumadinho, load aid boxes onto a Brazilian Air Force plane, before departing from Pampulha airport, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Mozambique, where they will join rescue efforts, following a cyclone that ravaged the African country killing at least 468 people, on March 29, 2019. - The Brazilian troop who is specialized in search and rescue in collapsed structures, landslides an floods as well as in air operations, will be based in the cities of Beira and Dondo the most severely damaged by the disaster. Cyclone Idai arrived in Mozambique on March 15, triggering hurricane-force winds and rain that flooded much of the center of the country and then hit eastern Zimbabwe and Malawi. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1F8500.jpg2 viewsBrazilian firefighters from Minas Gerais state, who took part in the search and rescue works after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine in Brumadinho, load aid boxes onto a Brazilian Air Force plane, before departing from Pampulha airport, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Mozambique, where they will join rescue efforts, following a cyclone that ravaged the African country killing at least 468 people, on March 29, 2019. - The Brazilian troop who is specialized in search and rescue in collapsed structures, landslides an floods as well as in air operations, will be based in the cities of Beira and Dondo the most severely damaged by the disaster. Cyclone Idai arrived in Mozambique on March 15, triggering hurricane-force winds and rain that flooded much of the center of the country and then hit eastern Zimbabwe and Malawi. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1F889X.jpg2 viewsPalestinian protesters run for cover from tear gas canisters during fired by Israeli forces during clashes following a demonstration marking the first anniversary of the "March of Return" protests, near the border with Israel east of Gaza City on March 30, 2019. - This marks the first anniversary of the often violent weekly border demonstrations in which around 200 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier have been killed, coming just 10 days before a keenly contested general election in Israel. The border protests peaked in May 2018, when Israeli forces shot dead at least 62 Palestinians in a single day in clashes over the transfer of the US embassy to Israel to the disputed city of Jerusalem. (Photo by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP)
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000_1F889W.jpg3 viewsPalestinian protesters run for cover from tear gas canisters during fired by Israeli forces during clashes following a demonstration marking the first anniversary of the "March of Return" protests, near the border with Israel east of Gaza City on March 30, 2019. - This marks the first anniversary of the often violent weekly border demonstrations in which around 200 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier have been killed, coming just 10 days before a keenly contested general election in Israel. The border protests peaked in May 2018, when Israeli forces shot dead at least 62 Palestinians in a single day in clashes over the transfer of the US embassy to Israel to the disputed city of Jerusalem. (Photo by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP)
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000_1F889I.jpg2 viewsPalestinian protesters run for cover from tear gas canisters during fired by Israeli forces during clashes following a demonstration marking the first anniversary of the "March of Return" protests, near the border with Israel east of Gaza City on March 30, 2019. - This marks the first anniversary of the often violent weekly border demonstrations in which around 200 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier have been killed, coming just 10 days before a keenly contested general election in Israel. The border protests peaked in May 2018, when Israeli forces shot dead at least 62 Palestinians in a single day in clashes over the transfer of the US embassy to Israel to the disputed city of Jerusalem. (Photo by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP)
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000_1F889F.jpg2 viewsPalestinian protesters run for cover from tear gas canisters during fired by Israeli forces during clashes following a demonstration marking the first anniversary of the "March of Return" protests, near the border with Israel east of Gaza City on March 30, 2019. - This marks the first anniversary of the often violent weekly border demonstrations in which around 200 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier have been killed, coming just 10 days before a keenly contested general election in Israel. The border protests peaked in May 2018, when Israeli forces shot dead at least 62 Palestinians in a single day in clashes over the transfer of the US embassy to Israel to the disputed city of Jerusalem. (Photo by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP)
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000_1F889D.jpg2 viewsPope Francis (L) and King Mohammed VI of Morocco (R) arrive at the Presidential Palace in the capital Rabat on March 30, 2019, during the pontiff's visit which will see him meet Muslim leaders and migrants ahead of a mass with the minority Catholic community. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F888J.jpg2 viewsPope Francis (C), accompanied by Crown Prince Moulay Hassan (R), arrives at the Presidential Palace in the capital Rabat on March 30, 2019, during the pontiff's visit which will see him meet Muslim leaders and migrants ahead of a mass with the minority Catholic community. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F887U.jpg2 viewsPope Francis arrives at the Presidential Palace in the capital Rabat on March 30, 2019, during the pontiff's visit which will see him meet Muslim leaders and migrants ahead of a mass with the minority Catholic community. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)
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000_1F882C.jpg2 viewsSupporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro take part in a pro-government "Anti-Imperialist March" in Caracas, on March 30, 2019. - Living conditions are plummeting in the oil-producing Latin American nation, which is spiralling ever deeper into economic chaos during a protracted political crisis. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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000_1F881Z.jpg3 viewsSupporters of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro take part in a pro-government "Anti-Imperialist March" in Caracas, on March 30, 2019. - Living conditions are plummeting in the oil-producing Latin American nation, which is spiralling ever deeper into economic chaos during a protracted political crisis. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)
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000_1F881W.jpg2 viewsIvory Coast's Vice-President and member of the Democratic Party of Ivory Coast-Renaissance (PDCI-Renaissance) Daniel Kablan Duncan (2nd R) greets supporters upon arrival on March 30, 2019, in a street in Treichville, a popular district of Abidjan. (Photo by SIA KAMBOU / AFP)
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000_1F881K.jpg2 viewsSupporters of Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido dance and cheer as they wait for his arrival during a rally in Los Teques, Miranda State, Venezuela, on March 30, 2019. - Living conditions are plummeting in the oil-producing Latin American nation, which is spiralling ever deeper into economic chaos during a protracted political crisis. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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000_1F881J.jpg2 viewsSupporters of Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido cheer as they wait for his arrival during a rally in Los Teques, Miranda State, Venezuela, on March 30, 2019. - Living conditions are plummeting in the oil-producing Latin American nation, which is spiralling ever deeper into economic chaos during a protracted political crisis. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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000_1F880N.jpg2 viewsSupporters of Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido wait for his arrival during a rally in Los Teques, Miranda State, Venezuela, on March 30, 2019. - Living conditions are plummeting in the oil-producing Latin American nation, which is spiralling ever deeper into economic chaos during a protracted political crisis. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)
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000_1F880E.jpg3 viewsProtesters take part in a demonstration called by several French national Education unions in Paris on March 30, 2019 to protest against Education minister's law "pour une ecole de la confiance" (for a School of confidence) and his secondary schools reform. (Photo by GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)
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000_1F879S.jpg2 viewsA Catalan pro-independence protester (back) scuffles with a supporter of Spanish far-right party Vox after pro-independence supporters staged a counter demonstration during a protest by Vox against the Catalan independence push in Barcelona on March 30, 2019. - Polls suggest Vox, which campaigns against illegal immigration and "radical" feminism, will become the first far-right party to win seats in the Spanish parliament since the late 70s and could emerge as a kingmaker in Spain's increasingly fragmented political landscape. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP)
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000_1F878X.jpg2 viewsJustice and Development (AK) party supporters cheer as the Turkish president throws a bag of black tea to them during a campaign rally for local elections in the Bayrampasa district of Istanbul, on March 30, 2019. - Turkish voters go to the polls on March 31 for 30 major cities, 51 provincial municipalities and district councils. The vote will be a barometer on how well the AKP is faring after building its ballot box success on Turkey's growth. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1F876T.jpg2 viewsJustice and development party supporters cheer as Turkish President throws a bag of black tea (up L) to them during a pre-election rally at Bayrampasa district in Istanbul, on March 30, 2019. - No one expects a major defeat for AKP on March 31. But with Turkey's economy in recession and inflation in double digits, the ruling party faces a tough battle to capture key cities like Istanbul and the capital Ankara. The vote -- for 30 major cities, 51 provincial municipalities and district councils -- will be a barometer on how well the AKP is faring after building its ballot box success on Turkey's growth. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1F875U.jpg2 viewsA security officer walks past voting information boards on candidates at a polling station in the center of Kiev on March 30, 2019 ahead of the presidential election on March 30. (Photo by Vasily MAXIMOV / AFP)
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000_1F874R.jpg2 viewsA woman holds placards during a protest of feminist groups and associations defending the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people (LGBT) within the World Congress of Families (WCF) conference on March 30, 2019 in Verona. - The placard below reads "Those who hate women hate children". (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)
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000_1F874P.jpg2 viewsThis picture taken on March 30, 2019 from the southern Israeli kibbutz of Nahal Oz across the border from the Gaza Strip, shows Palestinian protesters demonstrating across the fence by the border with Israel as they mark the first anniversary of the "March of Return" protests. - Tens of thousands of Gazans gathered along the Israeli border to mark a year since protests and clashes erupted there, testing a fragile truce only 10 days ahead of an Israeli general election. (Photo by Jack GUEZ / AFP)
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000_1F874F.jpg2 viewsThis picture taken on March 30, 2019 from the southern Israeli kibbutz of Nahal Oz across the border from the Gaza Strip, shows Israeli soldiers gathering near an earthen barrier along the border fence, as Palestinians protest by the border to mark the first anniversary of the "March of Return" protests. - Tens of thousands of Gazans gathered along the Israeli border to mark a year since protests and clashes erupted there, testing a fragile truce only 10 days ahead of an Israeli general election. (Photo by Jack GUEZ / AFP)
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000_1F874E.jpg2 viewsFormer Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi gestures as he addresses a rally of right-wing Forza Italia party on March 30, 2019 at the Congress Center in Rome, ahead of the May 2019 European elections. (Photo by Andreas SOLARO / AFP)
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000_1F874D.jpg2 viewsThis picture taken on March 30, 2019 from the southern Israeli kibbutz of Nahal Oz across the border from the Gaza Strip, shows Israeli soldiers gathering near an earthen barrier along the border fence, as Palestinians protest by the border to mark the first anniversary of the "March of Return" protests. - Tens of thousands of Gazans gathered along the Israeli border to mark a year since protests and clashes erupted there, testing a fragile truce only 10 days ahead of an Israeli general election. (Photo by Jack GUEZ / AFP)
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000_1F872U.jpg2 viewsPalestinians gather during a demonstration near the border with Israel in Malaka east of Gaza City on March 30, 2019, as Palestinians mark the first anniversary of the "March of Return" border protests. - This marks the first anniversary of the often violent weekly border demonstrations in which around 200 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier have been killed, coming just 10 days before a keenly contested general election in Israel. The border protests peaked in May 2018, when Israeli forces shot dead at least 62 Palestinians in a single day in clashes over the transfer of the US embassy to Israel to the disputed city of Jerusalem. (Photo by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP)
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000_1F872H.jpg3 viewsAn Indian supporter of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wearing a mask of Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with other supporters attend one of Modi's political campaigns ahead of India's general election, in Gohpur, some 299 kms from Guwahati, the capital city of the northeastern state of Assam on March 30, 2019. - India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a campaign blitz on March 28 with three huge rallies where he declared voters would reward his decision to test new weapons and bomb Pakistan with a thumping election victory. (Photo by Biju BORO / AFP)
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000_1F870Z.jpg3 viewsTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) throws a bag of black tea to his supporters during a pre-election rally at Bayrampasa district in Istanbul, on March 30, 2019. - No one expects a major defeat for Erdogan's AKP on March 31. But with Turkey's economy in recession and inflation in double digits, the ruling party faces a tough battle to capture key cities like Istanbul and the capital Ankara. The vote -- for 30 major cities, 51 provincial municipalities and district councils -- will be a barometer on how well the AKP is faring after building its ballot box success on Turkey's growth under Erdogan. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1F870X.jpg2 viewsTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan greets his supporters after his speech during a pre-election rally at Bayrampasa district in Istanbul, on March 30, 2019. - No one expects a major defeat for Erdogan's AKP on March 31. But with Turkey's economy in recession and inflation in double digits, the ruling party faces a tough battle to capture key cities like Istanbul and the capital Ankara. The vote -- for 30 major cities, 51 provincial municipalities and district councils -- will be a barometer on how well the AKP is faring after building its ballot box success on Turkey's growth under Erdogan. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1F870R.jpg2 viewsSupporters of Justice and development party (AKP) wawe Turkish national flags from the window of a building as Turkish President speaks during a pre-election rally at Bayrampasa district in Istanbul, on March 30, 2019. - No one expects a major defeat for Erdogan's AKP on March 31. But with Turkey's economy in recession and inflation in double digits, the ruling party faces a tough battle to capture key cities like Istanbul and the capital Ankara. The vote -- for 30 major cities, 51 provincial municipalities and district councils -- will be a barometer on how well the AKP is faring after building its ballot box success on Turkey's growth under Erdogan. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1F868F.jpg2 viewsPrime minister Narendra Modi (C) is greeted as he addresses a political rally in Dibrugarh district, some of 400 km from Guwahati on March 30, 2019. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1F865R.jpg2 viewsPresidential candidate Maros Sefcovic, his wife Helena (L) and daughter Martina leave after they voted in the second round of the presidential elections at a polling station set up at Alexander Dubcek elementary school on March 30, 2019 in Bratislava's Dlhe Diely neighborhood. - Maros Sefcovic, the ruling party's candidate, is a longtime EU commissioner and career diplomat with a passion for sports. Though running as an independent, the 52-year-old has the backing of the governing populist Smer-SD party, which may have been what cost him first place in round one. (Photo by JOE KLAMAR / AFP)
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000_1F865L.jpg2 viewsPalestinians pray together during a demonstration near the border with Israel in Malaka east of Gaza City on March 30, 2019, as Palestinians mark the first anniversary of the "March of Return" border protests. - This marks the first anniversary of the often violent weekly border demonstrations in which around 200 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier have been killed, coming just 10 days before a keenly contested general election in Israel. The border protests peaked in May 2018, when Israeli forces shot dead at least 62 Palestinians in a single day in clashes over the transfer of the US embassy to Israel to the disputed city of Jerusalem. (Photo by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP)
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000_1F864T.jpg3 viewsPalestinians gather during a demonstration near the border with Israel in Malaka east of Gaza City on March 30, 2019, as Palestinians mark the first anniversary of the "March of Return" border protests. - This marks the first anniversary of the often violent weekly border demonstrations in which around 200 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier have been killed, coming just 10 days before a keenly contested general election in Israel. The border protests peaked in May 2018, when Israeli forces shot dead at least 62 Palestinians in a single day in clashes over the transfer of the US embassy to Israel to the disputed city of Jerusalem. (Photo by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP)
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000_1F863O.jpg2 viewsA girl waves a Syrian flag while marching with elderly Druze men during a protest against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights, in the Druze village of Buqata in the Israeli-annexed territory on March 30, 2019. (Photo by JALAA MAREY / AFP)
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000_1F861E.jpg2 viewsA Syrian national flag is seen before elderly Druze men attending a protest against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights, in the Druze village of Buqata in the Israeli-annexed territory on March 30, 2019. (Photo by JALAA MAREY / AFP)
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000_1F861C.jpg2 viewsA Druze man holds up a portrait of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad imposed above a map of Syria coloured with the Syrian flag, with a caption above in Arabic reading "resilient Syria", during a protest against US President Donald Trump's recognition of Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights, in the Druze village of Buqata in the Israeli-annexed territory on March 30, 2019. (Photo by JALAA MAREY / AFP)
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000_1F851S.jpg2 viewsOne of the 20 Brazilian firefighters from Minas Gerais state, who took part in the search and rescue works after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine in Brumadinho, loads aid boxes onto a Brazilian Air Force plane, before departing from Pampulha airport, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Mozambique, where they will join rescue efforts, following a cyclone that ravaged the African country killing at least 468 people, on March 29, 2019. - The Brazilian troop who is specialized in search and rescue in collapsed structures, landslides an floods as well as in air operations, will be based in the cities of Beira and Dondo the most severely damaged by the disaster. Cyclone Idai arrived in Mozambique on March 15, triggering hurricane-force winds and rain that flooded much of the center of the country and then hit eastern Zimbabwe and Malawi. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1F851R.jpg2 viewsBrazilian firefighters from Minas Gerais state, who took part in the search and rescue works after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine in Brumadinho, load aid boxes onto a Brazilian Air Force plane, before departing from Pampulha airport, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Mozambique, where they will join rescue efforts, following a cyclone that ravaged the African country killing at least 468 people, on March 29, 2019. - The Brazilian troop who is specialized in search and rescue in collapsed structures, landslides an floods as well as in air operations, will be based in the cities of Beira and Dondo the most severely damaged by the disaster. Cyclone Idai arrived in Mozambique on March 15, triggering hurricane-force winds and rain that flooded much of the center of the country and then hit eastern Zimbabwe and Malawi. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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