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000_1EE5WG.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A Palestinian relative of Tamer Arafat, aged 23, mourns over his death during the funeral in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on on March 9, 2019. - The Palestinian was killed and more than 40 others wounded by Israeli fire on March 08 in renewed protests and clashes along the Gaza border, the enclave's health ministry said. Tamer Arafat, 23, died from his wounds after being shot in the head, ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said. Qudra said earlier that overall at least 42 Palestinians had been wounded by Israeli gunfire during the 50th week of demonstrations. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1EE5WF.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Palestinian relatives of Tamer Arafat, aged 23, mourn over his death during the funeral in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on on March 9, 2019. - The Palestinian was killed and more than 40 others wounded by Israeli fire on March 08 in renewed protests and clashes along the Gaza border, the enclave's health ministry said. Tamer Arafat, 23, died from his wounds after being shot in the head, ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said. Qudra said earlier that overall at least 42 Palestinians had been wounded by Israeli gunfire during the 50th week of demonstrations. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1EE5WE.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / The mother of Palestinian Tamer Arafat, aged 23, mourns over his death during the funeral in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on on March 9, 2019. - The Palestinian was killed and more than 40 others wounded by Israeli fire on March 08 in renewed protests and clashes along the Gaza border, the enclave's health ministry said. Tamer Arafat, 23, died from his wounds after being shot in the head, ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said. Qudra said earlier that overall at least 42 Palestinians had been wounded by Israeli gunfire during the 50th week of demonstrations. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1EE5W6.jpg0 viewsAn unmanned aerial vehicle is displayed at a security and defence equipement fair in Baghdad on March 9, 2019. (Photo by SABAH ARAR / AFP)
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000_1EE5W5.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Palestinian mourners carry the body of Tamer Arafat, aged 23, during his funeral in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on on March 9, 2019. - The Palestinian was killed and more than 40 others wounded by Israeli fire on March 08 in renewed protests and clashes along the Gaza border, the enclave's health ministry said. Tamer Arafat, 23, died from his wounds after being shot in the head, ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said. Qudra said earlier that overall at least 42 Palestinians had been wounded by Israeli gunfire during the 50th week of demonstrations. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1EE5W4.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Palestinian mourners carry the body of Tamer Arafat, aged 23, during his funeral in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on on March 9, 2019. - The Palestinian was killed and more than 40 others wounded by Israeli fire on March 08 in renewed protests and clashes along the Gaza border, the enclave's health ministry said. Tamer Arafat, 23, died from his wounds after being shot in the head, ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said. Qudra said earlier that overall at least 42 Palestinians had been wounded by Israeli gunfire during the 50th week of demonstrations. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1EE5VY.jpg0 viewsTelecommunication devices are displayed at a security and defence equipement fair in Baghdad on March 9, 2019. (Photo by SABAH ARAR / AFP)
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000_1EE5VN.jpg0 viewsA rocket launcher is displayed at a security and defence equipement fair in Baghdad on March 9, 2019. (Photo by SABAH ARAR / AFP)
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000_1EE5VJ.jpg0 viewsAn armed robot is displayed at a security and defence equipement fair in Baghdad on March 9, 2019. (Photo by SABAH ARAR / AFP)
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000_1EE5VG.jpg0 viewsIndian army cadets march during their graduation ceremony at the Officers Training Academy in Chennai on March 9, 2019. - A total of 142 cadets including 30 women and 18 foreign cadets from Bhutan, Afghanistan and Fiji graduated from the academy and will be posted as lieutenants in the Indian Army. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1EE5VE.jpg1 viewsIndian army cadets celebrate after their graduation ceremony at the Officers Training Academy in Chennai on March 9, 2019. - A total of 142 cadets including 30 women and 18 foreign cadets from Bhutan, Afghanistan and Fiji graduated from the academy and will be posted as lieutenants in the Indian Army. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1EE5V8.jpg0 viewsIndian army cadets march during their graduation ceremony at the Officers Training Academy in Chennai on March 9, 2019. - A total of 142 cadets including 30 women and 18 foreign cadets from Bhutan, Afghanistan and Fiji graduated from the academy and will be posted as lieutenants in the Indian Army. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1EE5M9.jpg0 viewsAn Afghanistan army cadet looks on after a graduation ceremony at the Officers Training Academy in Chennai on March 9 , 2019. - A total of 142 cadets including 30 women and 18 foreign cadets from Bhutan, Afghanistan and Fiji graduated from the academy and will be posted as lieutenants in the Indian Army. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1EE5LH.jpg0 viewsThis picture taken on March 9, 2019 shows burnt motorbikes from a previous attack outside an Ebola Treatment Centre (ETC) in Butembo, the epicentre of DR Congo's latest Ebola outbreak. - Mai-Mai rebels attacked the ETC in the early hours of the morning on March 9, 2019, killing one police officer and injuring another. In the past month alone, there had been more than 30 attacks and incidents involving elements of the Ebola response. The outbreak emerged in North Kivu last August and then spread to neighbouring Ituri province. It has claimed 561 lives out of 894 recorded cases, according the latest DRC health ministry figures. (Photo by JOHN WESSELS / AFP)
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000_1EE5LG.jpg0 viewsA soldier from the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC) patrols outside an Ebola Treatment Centre (ETC) in Butembo, the epicentre of DR Congo's latest Ebola outbreak, after it was attacked on March 9, 2019. - Mai-Mai rebels attacked the ETC in the early hours of the morning on March 9, 2019, killing one police officer and injuring another. In the past month alone, there had been more than 30 attacks and incidents involving elements of the Ebola response. The outbreak emerged in North Kivu last August and then spread to neighbouring Ituri province. It has claimed 561 lives out of 894 recorded cases, according the latest DRC health ministry figures. (Photo by JOHN WESSELS / AFP)
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000_1EE5LF.jpg0 viewsSoldiers from the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC) walk outside an Ebola Treatment Centre (ETC) in Butembo, the epicentre of DR Congo's latest Ebola outbreak, after it was attacked on March 9, 2019. - Mai-Mai rebels attacked the ETC in the early hours of the morning on March 9, 2019, killing one police officer and injuring another. In the past month alone, there had been more than 30 attacks and incidents involving elements of the Ebola response. The outbreak emerged in North Kivu last August and then spread to neighbouring Ituri province. It has claimed 561 lives out of 894 recorded cases, according the latest DRC health ministry figures. (Photo by JOHN WESSELS / AFP)
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000_1EE5LE.jpg0 viewsSoldiers from the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC) stand guard inside an Ebola Treatment Centre (ETC) in Butembo, the epicentre of DR Congo's latest Ebola outbreak, after it was attacked on March 9, 2019. - Mai-Mai rebels attacked the ETC in the early hours of the morning on March 9, 2019, killing one police officer and injuring another. In the past month alone, there had been more than 30 attacks and incidents involving elements of the Ebola response. The outbreak emerged in North Kivu last August and then spread to neighbouring Ituri province. It has claimed 561 lives out of 894 recorded cases, according the latest DRC health ministry figures. (Photo by JOHN WESSELS / AFP)
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000_1EE5LA.jpg1 viewsAn injured suspected Mai-Mai rebel fighter is thrown into the back of a truck outside an Ebola Treatment Centre (ETC) in Butembo, the epicentre of DR Congo's latest Ebola outbreak, after an attack on March 9, 2019. - Mai-Mai rebels attacked the ETC in the early hours of the morning on March 9, 2019, killing one police officer and injuring another. In the past month alone, there had been more than 30 attacks and incidents involving elements of the Ebola response. The outbreak emerged in North Kivu last August and then spread to neighbouring Ituri province. It has claimed 561 lives out of 894 recorded cases, according the latest DRC health ministry figures. (Photo by JOHN WESSELS / AFP)
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000_1EE5L6.jpg1 viewsAn injured suspected Mai-Mai rebel fighter is carried by soldiers outside an Ebola Treatment Centre (ETC) in Butembo, the epicentre of DR Congo's latest Ebola outbreak, after an attack on March 9, 2019. - Mai-Mai rebels attacked the ETC in the early hours of the morning on March 9, 2019, killing one police officer and injuring another. In the past month alone, there had been more than 30 attacks and incidents involving elements of the Ebola response. The outbreak emerged in North Kivu last August and then spread to neighbouring Ituri province. It has claimed 561 lives out of 894 recorded cases, according the latest DRC health ministry figures. (Photo by JOHN WESSELS / AFP)
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000_1EE5L5.jpg0 viewsAn injured suspected Mai-Mai rebel fighter is thrown into the back of a truck outside an Ebola Treatment Centre (ETC) in Butembo, the epicentre of DR Congo's latest Ebola outbreak, after an attack on March 9, 2019. - Mai-Mai rebels attacked the ETC in the early hours of the morning on March 9, 2019, killing one police officer and injuring another. In the past month alone, there had been more than 30 attacks and incidents involving elements of the Ebola response. The outbreak emerged in North Kivu last August and then spread to neighbouring Ituri province. It has claimed 561 lives out of 894 recorded cases, according the latest DRC health ministry figures. (Photo by JOHN WESSELS / AFP)
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000_1EE5JR.jpg0 viewsA policeman tries to mount a blockade with a cart on a road in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, on March 9, 2019, during voting to elect governors and lawmakers in 29 of the nation's 36 states two weeks after presidential and national assembly elections in which Buhari was elected for a second term. - Nigerians are going to the polls for the second time in a fortnight for governorship and state assembly elections, against a backdrop of tensions and fears of violence. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)
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000_1EE4Z7.jpg0 viewsPalestinian men clear the rubble at the site of a Israeli air strike near an seaport under construction, near Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on March 9, 2019. - Israeli forces said today they had launched several strikes against Hamas sites in Gaza in response to a projectile launched from the besieged coastal territory the night before. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1EE4Z6.jpg0 viewsPalestinian men clear the rubble at the site of a Israeli air strike near an seaport under construction, near Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on March 9, 2019. - Israeli forces said today they had launched several strikes against Hamas sites in Gaza in response to a projectile launched from the besieged coastal territory the night before. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1EE3A8.jpg0 viewsChina's Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan (C) arrives to speak to journalists during a National People's Congress (NPC) press conference in Beijing on March 9, 2019. (Photo by Fred DUFOUR / AFP)
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000_1EE3A6.jpg1 viewsChina's Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan (C) and Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen (R) arrive for a National People's Congress (NPC) press conference in Beijing on March 9, 2019. (Photo by Fred DUFOUR / AFP)
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000_1EE3A5.jpg1 viewsChina's Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan (L) and Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen (R) pose for pictures during a National People's Congress (NPC) press conference in Beijing on March 9, 2019. (Photo by Fred DUFOUR / AFP)
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000_1EE2HQ.jpg3 viewsVictor Rivas, Secretary of Nicaragua's Epicospal Conference, hands over to members of the press a statement in which the Nicaraguan Church announces its withdrawal from the "National dialogue" between the government of President Daniel Ortega and the opposition, in Managua on March 08, 2019. - The decision of Nicaraguan Catholic bishops to withdraw from the talks between the government and the opposition left in suspense on Friday the dialogue to seek to find a way out of 10 months of crisis sparked by a deadly crackdown on dissent in which hundreds of people were killed. (Photo by Maynor Valenzuela / AFP)
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000_1EE2HP.jpg1 viewsVictor Rivas Secretary of Nicaragua's Epicospal Conference, hands over to members of the press a statement in which the Nicaraguan Church announces its withdrawal from the "National dialogue" between the government of President Daniel Ortega and the opposition, in Managua on March 08, 2019. - The decision of Nicaraguan Catholic bishops to withdraw from the talks between the government and the opposition left in suspense on Friday the dialogue to seek to find a way out of 10 months of crisis sparked by a deadly crackdown on dissent in which hundreds of people were killed. (Photo by Maynor Valenzuela / AFP)
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000_1EE1VN.jpg1 viewsIndia's Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu (L), and Costa Rica's President Carlos Alvarado offer a joint press conference at the presidential house in San Jose, on March 08, 2019. (Photo by Ezequiel BECERRA / AFP)
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000_1EE1VI.jpg0 viewsIndia's Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu (L), and Costa Rica's President Carlos Alvarado offer a joint press conference at the presidential house in San Jose, on March 08, 2019. (Photo by Ezequiel BECERRA / AFP)
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000_1EE1UV.jpg0 viewsA woman holds a sign during an International Women's Day event March 8, 2019 at Washington Square Park in New York. (Photo by Don Emmert / AFP)
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000_1EE1H4.jpgChelsea Manning jailed for refusal to testify in WikiLeaks case0 viewsThis handout photograph obtained courtesy of the Alexandria Sheriff's Office shows Chelsea Manning following her arrest March 8, 2019 in Alexandria, Viginia. - Chelsea Manning, 31, who spent more than three years in prison for leaking US military secrets to WikiLeaks, was jailed again Friday, March 8, 2019 for refusing to testify in a grand jury investigation targeting the anti-secrecy group. Manning, then a transgender woman known as Bradley Manning, was a military intelligence analyst. She delivered more than 700,000 classified documents related to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan into WikiLeaks's hands. (Photo by Handout / ALEXANDRIA SHERIFF'S OFFICE / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / MANDATORY CREDIT: "AFP PHOTO / Alexandria Sheriff's Office" / NO MARKETING / NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS / DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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000_1EE1C3.jpgChelsea Manning jailed for refusal to testify in WikiLeaks case0 viewsThis handout photograph obtained courtesy of the Alexandria Sheriff's Office shows Chelsea Manning following her arrest March 8, 2019 in Alexandria, Viginia. - Chelsea Manning, 31, who spent more than three years in prison for leaking US military secrets to WikiLeaks, was jailed again Friday, March 8, 2019 for refusing to testify in a grand jury investigation targeting the anti-secrecy group. Manning, then a transgender woman known as Bradley Manning, was a military intelligence analyst. She delivered more than 700,000 classified documents related to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan into WikiLeaks's hands. (Photo by Handout / ALEXANDRIA SHERIFF'S OFFICE / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE / MANDATORY CREDIT: "AFP PHOTO / Alexandria Sheriff's Office" / NO MARKETING / NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS / DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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000_1EE0V1.jpgTrump visits Alabama after tornadoes killed 23 people0 viewsUS President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump stand before a row of crosses honoring 23 people who died in the storm outside Providence Baptist Church March 8, 2019 in Opelika, Alabama, during a tour of tornado-damaged areas in the southern US state. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP)
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000_1ED9ZL.jpgTrump visits Alabama after tornadoes killed 23 people0 viewsUS President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump stand before a row of crosses honoring 23 people who died in the storm outside Providence Baptist Church March 8, 2019 in Opelika, Alabama, during a tour of tornado-damaged areas in the southern US state. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP)
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000_1ED9TT.jpg0 viewsIraqis inspect the aftermath of a car bomb explosion in which two people were killed and ten others were wounded near a restaurant in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, on March 8, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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000_1ED9RJ.jpg0 viewsFirefighters extinguish a car set on fire in Le Mistral district of Grenoble, central-eastern France, on March 8, 2019 during clashes following the death of two teenagers during a police chase on March 2. - Clashes began on March 2 evening when two men, aged 17 and 19, were spotted by police riding a stolen scooter without a license plate and without helmets. They were being followed by a police vehicle when they crashed into a bus, according to the local prosecutor's office which is treating their deaths as accidental. (Photo by Jean-Pierre Clatot / AFP)
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000_1ED9QH.jpgTrump visits Alabama after tornadoes killed 23 people0 viewsPeople cheer as the motorcade of US President Donald Trump passes during a tour of tornado-affected areas on March 8, 2019 in Beauregard, Alabama. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP)
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000_1ED9Q1.jpgTrump visits Alabama after tornadoes killed 23 people1 viewsUS President Donald Trump (C) and First Lady Melania Trump (R) tour of tornado-affected areas with Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen (L front), Senator Richard Shelby (2nd L) and Governor Kay Ivey on March 8, 2019 in Beauregard, Alabama. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP)
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000_1ED9HY.jpg0 viewsIraqi security forces inspect the scene of a car bomb explosion in which two people were killed and ten others were wounded near a restaurant in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, on March 8, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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