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000_1HR618.jpg0 viewsTurkish ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) Istanbul mayoral candidate Binali Yildirim (C) stands after casting his ballot at a polling station in Istanbul during the mayoral election on June 23, 2019. - Istanbul returned to the polls on June 23 in a re-run of the mayoral election that has become a test of Turkish democracy as well as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's continued popularity at a time of economic trouble. (Photo by GURCAN OZTURK / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR617.jpg0 viewsTurkish ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) Istanbul mayoral candidate Binali Yildirim casts his ballot as his wife Semiha Yildirim stands by at a polling station in Istanbul during the mayoral election on June 23, 2019. - Istanbul returned to the polls on June 23 in a re-run of the mayoral election that has become a test of Turkish democracy as well as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's continued popularity at a time of economic trouble. (Photo by GURCAN OZTURK / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR499.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Members of the Syrian Civil Defence, also known as the "White Helmets", carry away a body from a collapsed building following a reported government air strike in the village of Saraqib in Syria's northwestern Idlib province, on June 22, 2019. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR497.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Members of the Syrian Civil Defence, also known as the "White Helmets", clear debris while searching for bodies or survivors in a collapsed building following a reported government air strike in the village of Saraqib in Syria's northwestern Idlib province, on June 22, 2019. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR495.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Members of the Syrian Civil Defence, also known as the "White Helmets", wait by as their comrades clear debris while searching for bodies or survivors in a collapsed building following a reported government air strike in the village of Saraqib in Syria's northwestern Idlib province, on June 22, 2019. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR493.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Members of the Syrian Civil Defence, also known as the "White Helmets", clear debris while searching for bodies or survivors in a collapsed building following a reported government air strike in the village of Saraqib in Syria's northwestern Idlib province, on June 22, 2019. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR483.jpg0 viewsThailand's Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha gestures during a press conference at the end of the 34th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Bangkok on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Romeo GACAD / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR428.jpg0 viewsJournalists sit on chairs made out of paper before a press conference during the 34th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Bangkok on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Romeo GACAD / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR422.jpg0 viewsA staff member places headphones on chairs made out of paper before a press conference during the 34th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Bangkok on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Romeo GACAD / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR95I.jpg0 viewsSpectators look on during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR94O.jpg0 viewsPakistan's Mohammad Amir (R) is watched by non-striking batsman South Africa's David Miller as he leaps in the air to field a ball off his own bowling during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR94I.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's Rassie van der Dussen reacts after being hit on the glove by a delivery from Pakistan's Mohammad Amir during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR94G.jpg0 viewsA man wrapped in an European flag oversess a rally demanding the resignation of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis on June 23, 2019 in Prague. - Huge crowds flooded central Prague demanding Prime Minister Andrej Babis to step down over allegations of graft in a protest that organisers and local media claim drew around 250,000 people, which would make it the largest since the fall of communism in 1989. (Photo by Michal Cizek / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR94E.jpg0 viewsPakistan's Mohammad Amir (C) looks towards South Africa's Rassie van der Dussen during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR87O.jpg0 viewsTourists visit the "Cold War Center", a permanent exhibition organised by the Berlin senate, at Checkpoint Charlie, a former checkpoint connecting the former US sector with the Soviet sector in then divided Berlin, on June 23, 2019. - The Berlin senate has unveiled plans for the redevelopment of the area near the famed checkpoint which will include a museum, cafes and shops as well as social housing. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR84U.jpg0 viewsFrench member of Parliament and president of the leftist La France Insoumise (LFI) party Jean-Luc Melenchon closes his eyes and puts his hands in his pockets as he reacts during a representative assembly of La France Insoumis (LFI) in Paris on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR84O.jpg0 viewsFrench member of Parliament and president of the leftist La France Insoumise (LFI) party Jean-Luc Melenchon raises his fist during a representative assembly of La France Insoumis (LFI) in Paris on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR84I.jpg0 views(FromL) French member of Parliament and president of the leftist La France Insoumise (LFI) party Jean-Luc Melenchon, European Deputy of the French leftist La France Insoumise (LFI) Manon Aubry and new coordinator of French leftist La France Insoumise (LFI) Adrien Quatennens take part in a representative assembly of La France Insoumis (LFI) in Paris on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Geoffroy VAN DER HASSELT / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR83I.jpg0 viewsView of the Museum at Checkpoint Charlie, a former checkpoint connecting the former US sector with the Soviet sector in then divided Berlin, on June 23, 2019. - The Berlin senate has unveiled plans for the redevelopment of the area near the famed checkpoint which will include a museum, cafes and shops as well as social housing. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR82V.jpg0 viewsView of Checkpoint Charlie, a former checkpoint connecting the former US sector with the Soviet sector in then divided Berlin, on June 23, 2019. - The Berlin senate has unveiled plans for the redevelopment of the area near the famed checkpoint which will include a museum, cafes and shops as well as social housing. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR82E.jpg0 viewsActors wearing vintage US military uniforms pose at Checkpoint Charlie, a former checkpoint connecting the former US sector with the Soviet sector in then divided Berlin, on June 23, 2019. - The Berlin senate has unveiled plans for the redevelopment of the area near the famed checkpoint which will include a museum, cafes and shops as well as social housing. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR81Q.jpg0 viewsA so-called "beer-bike" makes its way past Checkpoint Charlie, a former checkpoint connecting the former US sector with the Soviet sector in then divided Berlin, on June 23, 2019. - The Berlin senate has unveiled plans for the redevelopment of the area near the famed checkpoint which will include a museum, cafes and shops as well as social housing. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79Y.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on June 23, 2019 shows expired medicine aid packages from the World Food Organisation in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa. - The World Food Programme announced the "partial suspension" of aid to the capital, which is controlled by Iran-aligned Huthi rebels. The UN agency cited problems with the "diversion of food" from the neediest for the decision, which will affect 850,000 people. Programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79U.jpg0 viewsPakistan's captain Sarfaraz Ahmed plays a shot during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79S.jpg0 viewsA Yemeni points on an expired flour bag from the World Food Organisation in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 23, 2019. - The World Food Programme announced the "partial suspension" of aid to the capital, which is controlled by Iran-aligned Huthi rebels. The UN agency cited problems with the "diversion of food" from the neediest for the decision, which will affect 850,000 people. Programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79R.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on June 23, 2019 shows pickup trucks loaded with expired aid packages from the World Food Organisation in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa. - The World Food Programme announced the "partial suspension" of aid to the capital, which is controlled by Iran-aligned Huthi rebels. The UN agency cited problems with the "diversion of food" from the neediest for the decision, which will affect 850,000 people. Programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79N.jpg0 viewsPeople listen to speeches during an event put on by the Civil Human Rights Front in Hong Kong on June 23, 2019, calling for police accountability for the excessive force used during the June 12 protest. - Hong Kong police on June 22 vowed to pursue the ringleaders of a 15-hour blockade of their headquarters which involved thousands of anti-government demonstrators as a push to oust the city's pro-Beijing leader evolves. (Photo by ISAAC LAWRENCE / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79M.jpg0 viewsYemenis inspect expired food aid packages from the World Food Program in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 23, 2019. - The World Food Programme announced the "partial suspension" of aid to the capital, which is controlled by Iran-aligned Huthi rebels. The UN agency cited problems with the "diversion of food" from the neediest for the decision, which will affect 850,000 people. Programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79L.jpg0 viewsPeople listen to speeches during an event put on by the Civil Human Rights Front in Hong Kong on June 23, 2019, calling for police accountability for the excessive force used during the June 12 protest. - Hong Kong police on June 22 vowed to pursue the ringleaders of a 15-hour blockade of their headquarters which involved thousands of anti-government demonstrators as a push to oust the city's pro-Beijing leader evolves. (Photo by ISAAC LAWRENCE / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79H.jpg0 viewsA man (C) uses a fan while listening to speeches during an event put on by the Civil Human Rights Front in Hong Kong on June 23, 2019, calling for police accountability for the excessive force used during the June 12 protest. - Hong Kong police on June 22 vowed to pursue the ringleaders of a 15-hour blockade of their headquarters which involved thousands of anti-government demonstrators as a push to oust the city's pro-Beijing leader evolves. (Photo by ISAAC LAWRENCE / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR79A.jpg0 viewsYemenis inspect food and medicine expired aid packages from the World Food Organisation in the Huthi-rebel-held Yemeni capital Sanaa on June 23, 2019. - The World Food Programme announced the "partial suspension" of aid to the capital, which is controlled by Iran-aligned Huthi rebels. The UN agency cited problems with the "diversion of food" from the neediest for the decision, which will affect 850,000 people. Programmes will remain in place for malnourished children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. (Photo by Mohammed HUWAIS / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR73K.jpg0 viewsPakistan's Imad Wasim plays a shot during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR72Z.jpg0 viewsPeople gather outside of the Legislative Council building to protest against police brutality in Hong Kong on June 23, 2019. - Hong Kong police on June 22 vowed to pursue the ringleaders of a 15-hour blockade of their headquarters which involved thousands of anti-government demonstrators as a push to oust the city's pro-Beijing leader evolves. (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)Jun 23, 2019
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000_1HR72W.jpg0 viewsSpectators cheer during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR72V.jpg0 viewsSpectators cheer during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR72S.jpg0 viewsPakistan's Imad Wasim plays a shot during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR72I.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's Lungi Ngidi (C) and South Africa's Imran Tahir try to stop a boundary during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR72H.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's Imran Tahir drops a catch during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR71X.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's Imran Tahir gestures as he finishes his ten overs during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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000_1HR71U.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's Imran Tahir looks on as he finishes his ten overs during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between Pakistan and South Africa at Lord's Cricket Ground in London on June 23, 2019. (Photo by SAEED KHAN / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEJun 23, 2019
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