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000_1DE4RH.jpg0 viewsPakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi speaks during a press conference in Islamabad on February 13, 2019, ahead of the state Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for a state visit. - Pakistan is preparing to welcome Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for a state visit over the weekend, the foreign ministry confirmed on February 13, as Islamabad hopes to sign various investment deals to prop up its slumping economy. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1DE4QU.jpg1 viewsPakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi (R) speaks next to Minister of Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry during a press conference in Islamabad on February 13, 2019, ahead of the state Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for a state visit. - Pakistan is preparing to welcome Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for a state visit over the weekend, the foreign ministry confirmed on February 13, as Islamabad hopes to sign various investment deals to prop up its slumping economy. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1DE4Q7.jpg0 viewsMohamed Yusuf, a spokesman for the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA) that is leading the anti-government protests, speaks during a press conference at the opposition Umma Party office in the capital Khartoum's twin city of Omdurman on February 13, 2019. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1DE4PM.jpg0 viewsSupporters of Sudan's main opposition Umma Party attend a press conference by representatives of the party in the capital Khartoum's twin city of Omdurman on February 13, 2019. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1DE04P.jpg0 viewsA US-made light combat tactical all-terrain vehicle (L-ATV) belonging to the US-led coalition fo fight the Islamic State (IS) group drives at a position near the battered IS-held holdout of Baghouz in the eastern Syrian province of Deir Ezzor on February 12, 2019. (Photo by Delil souleiman / AFP)
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000_1DE4KV.jpg0 viewsPakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi (C) speaks next to Pakistan's advisor for Commerce, Textile, Industry and Production and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood (R) and Minister of Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry during a press conference in Islamabad on February 13, 2019, ahead of the state Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for a state visit. - Pakistan is preparing to welcome Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for a state visit over the weekend, the foreign ministry confirmed on February 13, as Islamabad hopes to sign various investment deals to prop up its slumping economy. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1DE4KU.jpg0 viewsNigerian President and candidate to his re-election for the All Progressives Congress (APC) Muhammadu Buhari (C) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar (2nd R) pose on February 13, 2019, during their meeting at International Conference Center in Abuja to sign the national peace accord for the preparation of the presidential election of February 16. (Photo by SODIQ ADELAKUN / AFP)
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000_1DE4J1.jpg0 viewsFrench leftist La France Insoumise (LFI) party Member of Parliament Alexis Corbiere speaks during a session of questions to the Government at the French National Assembly in Paris on February 13, 2019. (Photo by STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP)
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000_1DE4J0.jpg0 viewsResidents of Corrego do Feijao burn tyres during a protest at a gate of the mining company Vale, urging the company to let them through to access nearby Brumadinho in a shorter time, after the rupture of a tailings dam destroyed the local roads adding two hours to the journey, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, on February 13, 2019. - Communities were devastated by a collapse of a dam that killed at least 165 people after more than two weeks of searches, with 156 missing. Those listed as missing are presumed dead, but not yet located under the layers of muddy mining waste released when the tailings dam broke apart in the town of Brumadinho on January 25. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1DE4IZ.jpg0 viewsResidents of Corrego do Feijao burn tyres during a protest at a gate of the mining company Vale, urging the company to let them through to access nearby Brumadinho in a shorter time, after the rupture of a tailings dam destroyed the local roads adding two hours to the journey, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, on February 13, 2019. - Communities were devastated by a collapse of a dam that killed at least 165 people after more than two weeks of searches, with 156 missing. Those listed as missing are presumed dead, but not yet located under the layers of muddy mining waste released when the tailings dam broke apart in the town of Brumadinho on January 25. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1DE4IY.jpg0 viewsResidents of Corrego do Feijao burn tyres during a protest at a gate of the mining company Vale, urging the company to let them through to access nearby Brumadinho in a shorter time, after the rupture of a tailings dam destroyed the local roads adding two hours to the journey, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, on February 13, 2019. - Communities were devastated by a collapse of a dam that killed at least 165 people after more than two weeks of searches, with 156 missing. Those listed as missing are presumed dead, but not yet located under the layers of muddy mining waste released when the tailings dam broke apart in the town of Brumadinho on January 25. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1DE4IV.jpg0 viewsA resident of Corrego do Feijao burns tyres during a protest at a gate of the mining company Vale, urging the company to let them through to access nearby Brumadinho in a shorter time, after the rupture of a tailings dam destroyed the local roads adding two hours to the journey, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, on February 13, 2019. - Communities were devastated by a collapse of a dam that killed at least 165 people after more than two weeks of searches, with 156 missing. Those listed as missing are presumed dead, but not yet located under the layers of muddy mining waste released when the tailings dam broke apart in the town of Brumadinho on January 25. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1DE4IU.jpg0 viewsResidents of Corrego do Feijao burn tyres during a protest at a gate of the mining company Vale, urging the company to let them through to access nearby Brumadinho in a shorter time, after the rupture of a tailings dam destroyed the local roads adding two hours to the journey, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, on February 13, 2019. - Communities were devastated by a collapse of a dam that killed at least 165 people after more than two weeks of searches, with 156 missing. Those listed as missing are presumed dead, but not yet located under the layers of muddy mining waste released when the tailings dam broke apart in the town of Brumadinho on January 25. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1DE4IO.jpg0 viewsParents and donor children react after the ruling in the case in which they demanded that the DNA of sperm doctor Jan Karbaat be compared with their DNA, in order to obtain the ultimate certainty that he was indeed their biological father, on February 13, 2019 in Rotterdam. - The now deceased owner of a clinic Jan Karbaat is said to have used his own sperm with his clients and thereby fathered 49 donor children. (Photo by Bas CZERWINSKI / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT
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000_1DE4GR.jpg0 viewsThis aerial picture taken on February 13, 2019 shows the snow-covered top of a Siberian pine tree at a forest during a snow fall near the village of Troitskoye outside Moscow. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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000_1DE4E8.jpg0 viewsParents and donor children react after the ruling in the case in which they demanded that the DNA of sperm doctor Jan Karbaat be compared with their DNA, in order to obtain the ultimate certainty that he was indeed their biological father, on February 13, 2019 in Rotterdam. - The now deceased owner of a clinic Jan Karbaat is said to have used his own sperm with his clients and thereby fathered 49 donor children. (Photo by Bas CZERWINSKI / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT
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000_1DE4C4.jpg0 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin poses with a boy while skiing at the Gazprom Mountain Resort (Laura) in the Black sea resort of Sochi, Russia, February 13, 2019. (Photo by Mikhail KLIMENTYEV / SPUTNIK / AFP)
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000_1DE4BT.jpg1 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with holiday-makers while skiing at the Gazprom Mountain Resort (Laura) in the Black sea resort of Sochi, Russia, February 13, 2019. (Photo by Mikhael Klimentyev / SPUTNIK / AFP)
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000_1DE4AJ.jpg0 viewsThis aerial picture taken on February 13, 2019 shows footprints on the ice of a frozen river in a forest during snowfall near the village of Troitskoye outside Moscow. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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000_1DE3Z4.jpg0 viewsAnti-Brexit pro-EU demonstrators are seen with flags outside the Houses of Parliament in London on February 13, 2019. - The British government denied Wednesday it was secretly plotting to bounce MPs into a last-minute choice just days before Brexit between a rejigged deal or a lengthy delay. ITV television reported that it had overheard Prime Minister Theresa May's chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins in a Brussels bar saying the European Union would probably let Britain extend its March 29 departure date. (Photo by Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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000_1DE3Z2.jpg0 viewsAnti-Brexit pro-EU demonstrators are seen with flags outside the Houses of Parliament in London on February 13, 2019. - The British government denied Wednesday it was secretly plotting to bounce MPs into a last-minute choice just days before Brexit between a rejigged deal or a lengthy delay. ITV television reported that it had overheard Prime Minister Theresa May's chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins in a Brussels bar saying the European Union would probably let Britain extend its March 29 departure date. (Photo by Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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000_1DE3Z0.jpg0 viewsAnti-Brexit pro-EU demonstrators are seen with flags outside the Houses of Parliament in London on February 13, 2019. - The British government denied Wednesday it was secretly plotting to bounce MPs into a last-minute choice just days before Brexit between a rejigged deal or a lengthy delay. ITV television reported that it had overheard Prime Minister Theresa May's chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins in a Brussels bar saying the European Union would probably let Britain extend its March 29 departure date. (Photo by Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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000_1DE3Y9.jpg1 viewsAn anti-Brexit activist wears a blue beret adorned badges joins a demonstration outside the Houses of Parliament in London on February 13, 2019. - The British government denied Wednesday it was secretly plotting to bounce MPs into a last-minute choice just days before Brexit between a rejigged deal or a lengthy delay. ITV television reported that it had overheard Prime Minister Theresa May's chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins in a Brussels bar saying the European Union would probably let Britain extend its March 29 departure date. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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000_1DE3XW.jpg1 viewsA pro-Brexit demonstrator is seen with placards outside the Houses of Parliament in London on February 13, 2019. - The British government denied Wednesday it was secretly plotting to bounce MPs into a last-minute choice just days before Brexit between a rejigged deal or a lengthy delay. ITV television reported that it had overheard Prime Minister Theresa May's chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins in a Brussels bar saying the European Union would probably let Britain extend its March 29 departure date. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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000_1DE3XP.jpg1 viewsGreen Party MP Caroline Lucas speaks to anti-Brexit pro-EU demonstrators outside the Houses of Parliament in London on February 13, 2019. - The British government denied Wednesday it was secretly plotting to bounce MPs into a last-minute choice just days before Brexit between a rejigged deal or a lengthy delay. ITV television reported that it had overheard Prime Minister Theresa May's chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins in a Brussels bar saying the European Union would probably let Britain extend its March 29 departure date. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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000_1DE3V2.jpg1 viewsMembers of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) hold placards and shout slogans during a demonstration in Durban, South Africa, on February 13, 2019. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Rajesh JANTILAL / AFP)
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000_1DE3UZ.jpg1 viewsMembers of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) hold placards and shout slogans during a demonstration in Durban, South Africa, on February 13, 2019. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Rajesh JANTILAL / AFP)
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000_1DE3UY.jpg1 viewsMembers of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) hold placards and shout slogans during a demonstration in Durban, South Africa, on February 13, 2019. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Rajesh JANTILAL / AFP)
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000_1DE3UU.jpg1 viewsMembers of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) hold placards and shout slogans during a demonstration in Durban, South Africa, on February 13, 2019. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Rajesh JANTILAL / AFP)
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000_1DE3UT.jpg1 viewsMembers of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) hold placards and shout slogans during a demonstration in Durban, South Africa, on February 13, 2019. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Rajesh JANTILAL / AFP)
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000_1DE3US.jpg1 viewsSouth African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU) members, affiliated to the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), hold placards and shout slogans during a demonstration in Durban, South Africa, on February 13, 2019. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Rajesh JANTILAL / AFP)
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000_1DE3UQ.jpg1 viewsSouth African Clothing And Textile Workers Union (SACTWU) members, affiliated to the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), hold placards and shout slogans during a demonstration in Durban, South Africa, on February 13, 2019. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Rajesh JANTILAL / AFP)
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000_1DE3T8.jpg1 viewsBritain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge reacts as he helps prepare food during his visit to homelessness charity The Passage in London on February 13, 2019. - The Passage is the UK's largest resource centre for homeless and insecurely housed people, and provides resources which are set to encourage, inspire and challenge homeless people to make lasting and long-term changes to their lives. (Photo by Ian Vogler / POOL / AFP)
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000_1DE3S0.jpg1 viewsA man waves a South African flag during a demonstration by members of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) on February 13, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Wikus DE WET / AFP)
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000_1DE3RZ.jpg1 viewsA man shouts slogans during a demonstration by members of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) on February 13, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Wikus DE WET / AFP)
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000_1DE3RV.jpg1 viewsMen hold signs against the loss of jobs during a demonstration by members of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) on February 13, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Wikus DE WET / AFP)
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000_1DE3RU.jpg1 viewsA man holds a sign saying that Eskom, the South African electricity public utility, is not for sale during a demonstration by members of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) on February 13, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Wikus DE WET / AFP)
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000_1DE3RS.jpg1 viewsA man waves a South African flag during a demonstration by members of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) on February 13, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa. - Thousands of South African workers staged nationwide demonstrations to protest high unemployment and government policies that they say have failed to create jobs and are deepening poverty. (Photo by Wikus DE WET / AFP)
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000_1DE3RL.jpg1 viewsGreen Party MP Caroline Lucas speaks to anti-Brexit pro-EU demonstrators outside the Houses of Parliament in London on February 13, 2019. - The British government denied Wednesday it was secretly plotting to bounce MPs into a last-minute choice just days before Brexit between a rejigged deal or a lengthy delay. ITV television reported that it had overheard Prime Minister Theresa May's chief Brexit negotiator Olly Robbins in a Brussels bar saying the European Union would probably let Britain extend its March 29 departure date. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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000_1DE3QY.jpg1 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin and Belarus' President Alexander Lukashenko enjoy skiing at the Gazprom Mountain Resort (Laura) in the Black sea resort of Sochi, Russia, February 13, 2019. (Photo by Mikhail KLIMENTYEV / SPUTNIK / AFP)
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