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000_1DF3V9.jpg0 viewsA group of Indonesian Muslim students take part in an anti-Valentine's Day rally in Surabaya on February 14, 2019. - Anti-Valentine's Day rallies are not uncommon in Indonesia with some conservative Islamic groups denouncing the day as un-Islamic, promotes promiscuity, casual sex and consumption of alcohol while other groups described the day as foreign cultural influence. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3V7.jpg1 viewsA group of Indonesian Muslim students take part in an anti-Valentine's Day rally in Surabaya on February 14, 2019. - Anti-Valentine's Day rallies are not uncommon in Indonesia with some conservative Islamic groups denouncing the day as un-Islamic, promotes promiscuity, casual sex and consumption of alcohol while other groups described the day as foreign cultural influence. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3V6.jpg0 viewsA group of Indonesian Muslim students take part in an anti-Valentine's Day rally in Surabaya on February 14, 2019. - Anti-Valentine's Day rallies are not uncommon in Indonesia with some conservative Islamic groups denouncing the day as un-Islamic, promotes promiscuity, casual sex and consumption of alcohol while other groups described the day as foreign cultural influence. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3UT.jpg0 viewsThis photo taken on February 13, 2019 shows a view by night of the United States Penitentiary Administrative Maximum Facility, also known as the ADX or "Supermax", in Florence, Colorado. - He has already managed to escape twice from high-security prisons in Mexico. But this time, crime lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman may find it more difficult to slip away from the "Supermax" prison in Colorado where he is likely headed. The facility, also known as ADX (administrative maximum), has been dubbed the "Alcatraz of the Rockies" because of its remote location and harsh security measures. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3UR.jpg0 viewsThis photo taken on February 13, 2019 shows a view of the United States Penitentiary Administrative Maximum Facility, also known as the ADX or "Supermax", in Florence, Colorado. - He has already managed to escape twice from high-security prisons in Mexico. But this time, crime lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman may find it more difficult to slip away from the "Supermax" prison in Colorado where he is likely headed. The facility, also known as ADX (administrative maximum), has been dubbed the "Alcatraz of the Rockies" because of its remote location and harsh security measures. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3UL.jpg0 viewsThis photo taken on February 13, 2019 shows a view of the United States Penitentiary Administrative Maximum Facility, also known as the ADX or "Supermax", in Florence, Colorado. - He has already managed to escape twice from high-security prisons in Mexico. But this time, crime lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman may find it more difficult to slip away from the "Supermax" prison in Colorado where he is likely headed. The facility, also known as ADX (administrative maximum), has been dubbed the "Alcatraz of the Rockies" because of its remote location and harsh security measures. (Photo by Jason Connolly / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3U8.jpg0 viewsA US Marine eats a flower during a jungle survival training with Thai soldiers in the joint 'Cobra Gold' military exercise in Chantaburi province on February 14, 2019. - The US and Thailand hold on February 14, the annual joint 'Cobra Gold', the largest US-led military exercises in Asia involving gruelling drills in the Thai jungle, war games, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3T1.jpg0 viewsThai police and military troops secure the area near a bomb damaged rubber buying station where several people were injured following an attack by suspected militants in Ra-ngae district in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat on February 14, 2019. (Photo by Madaree TOHLALA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3SW.jpg0 viewsThai police and military investigators inspect a bomb damaged rubber buying station where several people were injured following an attack by suspected militants in Ra-ngae district in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat on February 14, 2019. (Photo by Madaree TOHLALA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3SP.jpg0 viewsThai police and military investigators inspect a bomb damaged rubber buying station where several people were injured following an attack by suspected militants in Ra-ngae district in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat on February 14, 2019. (Photo by Madaree TOHLALA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3SG.jpg0 viewsA police armored vehicle and an armed soldier secure the area near a bomb damaged rubber buying station where several people were injured following an attack by suspected militants in Ra-ngae district in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat on February 14, 2019. (Photo by Madaree TOHLALA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3SF.jpg0 viewsAn armed Thai soldier secures the area near a bomb damaged rubber buying station where several people were injured following an attack by suspected militants in Ra-ngae district in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat on February 14, 2019. (Photo by Madaree TOHLALA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3MJ.jpg0 viewsSouth Korea's President Moon Jae-in (R) talks with Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (L) during a meeting at the Presidential Blue House in Seoul on February 14, 2019. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun / POOL / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3KD.jpg0 viewsSouth Korea's President Moon Jae-in (centre R) talks with Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (centre L) during a meeting at the Presidential Blue House in Seoul on February 14, 2019. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun / POOL / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3G8.jpg0 viewsA US Marine holds a tarantula during a jungle survival training with Thai soldiers in the joint 'Cobra Gold' military exercise in Chantaburi province on February 14, 2019. - The US and Thailand hold on February 14, the annual joint 'Cobra Gold', the largest US-led military exercises in Asia involving gruelling drills in the Thai jungle, war games, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF3G2.jpg0 viewsA Thai soldier handles snakes while US Marines observe during a jungle survival training in the joint 'Cobra Gold' military exercise in Chantaburi province on February 14, 2019. - The US and Thailand hold on February 14, the annual joint 'Cobra Gold', the largest US-led military exercises in Asia involving gruelling drills in the Thai jungle, war games, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF2QE.jpg0 viewsChinese staff adjust a US flag before the opening session of trade negotiations between US and Chinese trade representatives at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on February 14, 2019. - US and Chinese negotiators kicked off two days of official trade talks in Beijing on February 14 as the world's top two economies try to patch up their festering economic dispute. (Photo by Mark Schiefelbein / POOL / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF2QC.jpg0 viewsUS Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer (C) and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (2nd L) sit before the opening session of trade negotiations with Chinese trade representatives at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on February 14, 2019. - US and Chinese negotiators kicked off two days of official trade talks in Beijing on February 14 as the world's top two economies try to patch up their festering economic dispute. (Photo by Mark Schiefelbein / POOL / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF2QA.jpg0 views(From L) US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Chinese Vice Premier and lead trade negotiator Liu He and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin talk before the opening session of trade negotiations at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on February 14, 2019. - US and Chinese negotiators kicked off two days of official trade talks in Beijing on February 14 as the world's top two economies try to patch up their festering economic dispute. (Photo by Mark Schiefelbein / POOL / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF2Q4.jpg0 viewsUS Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer (L) and Chinese Vice Premier and lead trade negotiator Liu He shake hands as they pose for a photo before the opening session of trade negotiations at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on February 14, 2019. - US and Chinese negotiators kicked off two days of official trade talks in Beijing on February 14 as the world's top two economies try to patch up their festering economic dispute. (Photo by Mark Schiefelbein / POOL / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF2F6.jpg0 viewsUS Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (2nd L), US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer (3rd L) and Chinese Vice Premier and lead trade negotiator Liu He (2nd R) pose for a photo before the opening session of trade negotiations at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing on February 14, 2019. - US and Chinese negotiators kicked off two days of official trade talks in Beijing on February 14 as the world's top two economies try to patch up their festering economic dispute. (Photo by Mark Schiefelbein / POOL / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF1CW.jpg0 viewsColombian Maria who lives in Venezuela, carries scrap metal to sell, after crossing from Venezuela through "Trochas" --illegal trails-- near the Simon Bolivar International Bridge in Villa del Rosario, Norte de Santander, Colombia on February 13, 2019. - A crowd of Venezuelans overwhelmed by daily hardships in their crisis-torn country, have turned into scrap merchants, embarking in processions along clandestine trails leading to neighbouring Colombia in their struggle to make ends meet. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF1CU.jpg0 viewsColombian Maria who lives in Venezuela, pulls a cart with scrap metal to sell, after crossing from Venezuela through "Trochas" --illegal trails-- near the Simon Bolivar International Bridge in Villa del Rosario, Norte de Santander, Colombia on February 13, 2019. - A crowd of Venezuelans overwhelmed by daily hardships in their crisis-torn country, have turned into scrap merchants, embarking in processions along clandestine trails leading to neighbouring Colombia in their struggle to make ends meet. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF1CR.jpg0 viewsColombian Maria who lives in Venezuela, sells scrap metal to sell, after crossing from Venezuela through "Trochas" --illegal trails-- near the Simon Bolivar International Bridge in Villa del Rosario, Norte de Santander, Colombia on February 13, 2019. - A crowd of Venezuelans overwhelmed by daily hardships in their crisis-torn country, have turned into scrap merchants, embarking in processions along clandestine trails leading to neighbouring Colombia in their struggle to make ends meet. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF1CF.jpg0 viewsVenezuelan Dayana Pirela carries empty soda and beer crates to sell, after crossing from Venezuela through "Trochas" --illegal trails-- near the Simon Bolivar International Bridge in Villa del Rosario, Norte de Santander, Colombia on February 13, 2019. - A crowd of Venezuelans overwhelmed by daily hardships in their crisis-torn country, have turned into scrap merchants, embarking in processions along clandestine trails leading to neighbouring Colombia in their struggle to make ends meet. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF1CD.jpg0 viewsTwo men help a Venezuelan woman to load scrap metal on her head to sell, after crossing from Venezuela through "Trochas" --illegal trails-- near the Simon Bolivar International Bridge in Villa del Rosario, Norte de Santander, Colombia on February 13, 2019. - A crowd of Venezuelans overwhelmed by daily hardships in their crisis-torn country, have turned into scrap merchants, embarking in processions along clandestine trails leading to neighbouring Colombia in their struggle to make ends meet. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DF1C2.jpg0 viewsA man carries scrap metal to sell, after crossing from Venezuela through "Trochas" - illegal trails - near the Simon Bolivar International Bridge in Villa del Rosario, Norte de Santander, Colombia on February 13, 2019. - A crowd of Venezuelans overwhelmed by daily hardships in their crisis-torn country, have turned into scrap merchants, embarking in processions along clandestine trails leading to neighbouring Colombia in their struggle to make ends meet. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DE8OU.jpg0 viewsEgypt's Deputy Parliament speaker Mahmoud al-Sherif speaks during a plenary session held to deliberate the proposed constitutional amendments that will increase the country's President term in office from four to six years, on February 13, 2019 in the capital Cairo. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DE5NY.jpg1 viewsRuler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum (C), is pictured during a ceremony presenting the new logo of Dubai Airoprt, in Dubai, on February 13, 2019. (Photo by KARIM SAHIB / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DE5NI.jpg0 viewsRuler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, is pictured during a ceremony presenting the new logo of Dubai Airoprt, in Dubai, on February 13, 2019. (Photo by KARIM SAHIB / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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000_1DE5M8.jpg0 viewsRuler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum (2-L), and the Emirate's Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum (3-R), participate in ceremony to present the new logo of Dubai Airoprt, in Dubai, on February 13, 2019. (Photo by KARIM SAHIB / AFP)Feb 14, 2019
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ISLAMABAD: February 14 - Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain briefing media persons about the decisions taken in Federal Cabinet meeting. APP photo by Irfan Mahmood
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ISLAMABAD: February 14 - Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain briefing media persons about the decisions taken in Federal Cabinet meeting. APP photo by Irfan Mahmood
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KOT ADDU: February 14 - Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmed addressing to a gathering at railway junction. APP photo by Javed Qureshi
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