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000_1KE0AE.jpg0 viewsA woman holds a poster reading "I am, we are, the entire country" during a protest in support to jailed demonstrators near the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest on september 18 outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support to jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow.
The sentencing of one man --- young actor Pavel Ustinov -- sparked particular outrage, triggering a rare campaign of solidarity among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)
Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KE0A5.jpg0 viewsPeople queue to attend a protest in support of Russian actor Pavel Ustinov next to the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest today outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support of jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow. The sentencing of young actor Pavel Ustinov sparked particular outrage, triggering a rare campaign of solidarity among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD995.jpg0 viewsPeople queue to attend a protest in support of Russian actor Pavel Ustinov next to the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest today outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support of jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow. The sentencing of young actor Pavel Ustinov sparked particular outrage, triggering a rare campaign of solidarity among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD937.jpg-0 viewsA van transporting the suspects in the murder case of the beheadings of two young Scandinavian women on a hiking trip in Morocco's High Atlas mountains in December 2018, leaves the court building in Sale, north of the Moroccan capital, on September 18, 2019. - Twenty four-year-old Danish student Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and her hiking companion, 28-year-old Norwegian Maren Ueland, nature lovers who were training to be guides, were on a Christmas holiday hiking trip when they were killed. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD933.jpg1 viewsWounded patients are being treated as they rest on beds at a hospital, following a suicide attack in Jalalabad on September 18, 2019. - At least 12 people were injured when gunmen stormed a crowded government building in eastern Afghanistan on September 18 after a suicide bomber attack, with desperate survivors leaping from windows to escape the fighting, witnesses and officials said. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD930.jpg0 viewsWounded patients are being treated as they rest on beds at a hospital, following a suicide attack in Jalalabad on September 18, 2019. - At least 12 people were injured when gunmen stormed a crowded government building in eastern Afghanistan on September 18 after a suicide bomber attack, with desperate survivors leaping from windows to escape the fighting, witnesses and officials said. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD804.jpg0 viewsUK's Brexit Party Nigel Farage (L) and Anne Widdecombe (R) speak as they attend a plenary session following a debate on Brexit at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, northeastern France on September 18, 2019. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD756.jpg0 viewsProximus Chairman of the board of directors, Stefaan De Clerck attends a session of the commission of mobility, public companies and infrastructures of the federal parliament in Brussels, on September 18, 2019. (Photo by THIERRY ROGE / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUTSep 18, 2019
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000_1KD742.jpg1 viewsA handout picture provided by the Iranian presidency shows Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (R) speaking during a cabinet meeting chaired by President Hassan Rouhani in the capital Tehran on September 18, 2019. - Rouhani said Yemenis targeted Saudi oil facilities as a "warning" about a possible wider war in response to the kingdom's US-backed intervention in their conflict-ravaged country. (Photo by HO / Iranian Presidency / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRANIAN PRESIDENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD587.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses supporters at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by Jack GUEZ / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD585.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu waves to supporters upon arrival at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv to give an address early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by Menahem KAHANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD570.jpg0 viewsBenny Gantz (R), leader and candidate of the Israel Resilience party that is part of the Blue and White (Kahol Lavan) political alliance, addresses supporters at the alliance's campaign headquarters in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv early on September 18, 2019, while flanked by other alliance leaders (L to R) independent Gabi Ashkenazi, Telem party's Moshe Yaalon, and Yesh Atid party's Yair Lapid. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main challenger Benny Gantz were locked in a tight race in the country's general election after polls closed, exit surveys showed, raising the possibility of another deadlock. Three separate exit polls carried by Israeli television stations showed Netanyahu's right-wing Likud and Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance with between 31 and 34 parliament seats each out of 120. (Photo by GALI TIBBON / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD99J.jpg1 viewsPeople queue to attend a protest in support of Russian actor Pavel Ustinov next to the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest today outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support of jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow. The sentencing of young actor Pavel Ustinov sparked particular outrage, triggering a rare campaign of solidarity among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD97Z.jpg0 viewsA man holds a poster reading "Free Pavel Ustinov" during a protest in his support next to the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest today outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support of jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow. The sentencing of young actor Pavel Ustinov sparked particular outrage, triggering a rare campaign of solidarity among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD95T.jpg0 viewsA man holds a poster reading "I am, we are, the entire country" during a protest in support to jailed demonstrators near the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest on september 18 outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support to jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow.
The sentencing of one man --- young actor Pavel Ustinov -- sparked particular outrage, triggering a rare campaign of solidarity among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD94M.jpg0 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) speaks with leukemia patient, Conor,14, during his visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Yui Mok / POOL / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD93H.jpg-0 viewsA van transporting the suspects in the murder case of the beheadings of two young Scandinavian women on a hiking trip in Morocco's High Atlas mountains in December 2018, leaves the court building in Sale, north of the Moroccan capital, on September 18, 2019. - Twenty four-year-old Danish student Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and her hiking companion, 28-year-old Norwegian Maren Ueland, nature lovers who were training to be guides, were on a Christmas holiday hiking trip when they were killed. (Photo by FADEL SENNA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD92W.jpg0 viewsGerman Foreign Minister Heiko Maas (R) and the Lebanese Minister for Foreign Affairs and Emigrants Gebran Bassil (L) give a joint press conference in the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Kay Nietfeld / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUTSep 18, 2019
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000_1KD92P.jpg0 viewsOpposition leader Lyubov Sobol (L) queues to attend a protest in support of Russian actor Pavel Ustinov next to the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest today outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support of jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow. The sentencing of young actor Pavel Ustinov sparked particular outrage, triggering a rare campaign of solidarity among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD92N.jpg1 viewsOpposition leader Lyubov Sobol queues to attend a protest in support of Russian actor Pavel Ustinov next to the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest today outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support of jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow. The sentencing of young actor Pavel Ustinov sparked particular outrage, triggering a rare campaign of solidarity among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD75Y.jpg0 viewsEuropean Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker gestures as he speaks during a debate on Brexit at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, northeastern France on September 18, 2019. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD75J.jpg0 viewsEuropean Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker gestures as he speaks during a debate on Brexit at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, northeastern France on September 18, 2019. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD75C.jpg0 viewsProximus Chairman of the board of directors, Stefaan De Clerck (L), and Belgian Minister of Social Fraud, Privacy, the North Sea, Telecommunication and Administrative Simplification, Philippe De Backer, attend a session of the commission of mobility, public companies and infrastructures of the federal parliament in Brussels, on September 18, 2019. - Today the situation of Proximus company with the resignation of CEO Leroy will be discussed. (Photo by THIERRY ROGE / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUTSep 18, 2019
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000_1KD74N.jpg2 viewsPro-Beijing protesters (L) are escorted by police officer to a police van to leave the scene as pro-democracy supporters shout slogans at them outside a shopping mall as police officers surround them in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD74H.jpg0 viewsPro-Beijing protesters (front) wave a Chinese flag as a police officer shouts to his colleagues to encircle the group to avoid any clashes with pro-democracy supporters (L) outside a shopping mall as police officers surround them in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD74G.jpg0 viewsPro-Beijing protesters (front) wave a Chinese flag as a police officer shouts to his colleagues to encircle the group to avoid any clashes with pro-democracy supporters (L) outside a shopping mall as police officers surround them in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD74F.jpg0 viewsEuropean Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker attends a debate on Brexit at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, northeastern France on September 18, 2019. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD73U.jpg1 viewsA handout picture provided by the Iranian presidency shows President Hassan Rouhani (R) chairing a cabinet meeting in the capital Tehran on September 18, 2019. - Rouhani said Yemenis targeted Saudi oil facilities as a "warning" about a possible wider war in response to the kingdom's US-backed intervention in their conflict-ravaged country. (Photo by HO / Iranian Presidency / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRANIAN PRESIDENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD73R.jpg0 viewsA handout picture provided by the Iranian presidency shows President Hassan Rouhani (L) chairing a cabinet meeting in the capital Tehran on September 18, 2019. - Rouhani said Yemenis targeted Saudi oil facilities as a "warning" about a possible wider war in response to the kingdom's US-backed intervention in their conflict-ravaged country. (Photo by HO / Iranian Presidency / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRANIAN PRESIDENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD73O.jpg0 viewsA handout picture provided by the Iranian presidency shows President Hassan Rouhani (C) chairing a cabinet meeting in the capital Tehran on September 18, 2019. - Rouhani said Yemenis targeted Saudi oil facilities as a "warning" about a possible wider war in response to the kingdom's US-backed intervention in their conflict-ravaged country. (Photo by HO / Iranian Presidency / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRANIAN PRESIDENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD73K.jpg0 viewsA handout picture provided by the Iranian presidency shows President Hassan Rouhani (back-C) chairing a cabinet meeting in the capital Tehran on September 18, 2019. - Rouhani said Yemenis targeted Saudi oil facilities as a "warning" about a possible wider war in response to the kingdom's US-backed intervention in their conflict-ravaged country. (Photo by HO / Iranian Presidency / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRANIAN PRESIDENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD73I.jpg0 viewsA handout picture provided by the Iranian presidency shows President Hassan Rouhani chairing a cabinet meeting in the capital Tehran on September 18, 2019. - Rouhani said Yemenis targeted Saudi oil facilities as a "warning" about a possible wider war in response to the kingdom's US-backed intervention in their conflict-ravaged country. (Photo by HO / Iranian Presidency / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRANIAN PRESIDENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD73C.jpg0 viewsAnti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller arrives at the Supreme Court in central London, on the second day of the hearing into the decision by the government to prorogue parliament on September 18, 2019. - Judges are hearing three days of highly-charged arguments over whether it was lawful for Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson to advise Queen Elizabeth II to prorogue, or suspend, parliament for more than a month, as the clock ticks down to Britain's October 31 EU exit date. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD69Z.jpg0 viewsA pro-Beijing protester (C) waves a Chinese flag as he is escorted by police officers outside a shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD69X.jpg1 viewsPro-Beijing protesters chants slogans and hold Chinese flags inside a shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD69V.jpg0 viewsPro-Beijing protesters chant slogans and hold Chinese flags inside a shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD69U.jpg0 viewsPro-Beijing protesters chant slogans and hold Chinese flags inside a shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD68O.jpg0 viewsIndonesian soldiers from the Raider 112 infantry battalion gesture during a ceremony at their home base in Banda Aceh on September 18, 2019. (Photo by CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD68N.jpg0 viewsIndonesian soldiers from the Raider 112 infantry battalion gesture during a ceremony at their home base in Banda Aceh on September 18, 2019. (Photo by CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD68L.jpg0 viewsIndonesian soldiers from the Raider 112 infantry battalion demonstrate their skills during a ceremony at their home base in Banda Aceh on September 18, 2019. (Photo by CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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