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000_1HS6XX.jpg0 viewsPakistani stock brokers monitor share prices on a computer monitor during a trading session at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in Karachi on June 24, 2019. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6XW.jpg0 viewsPakistani stock brokers monitor share prices on a computer monitor during a trading session at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in Karachi on June 24, 2019. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6X7.jpg0 viewsFrench President Emmanuel Macron addresses the Mediterranean Summit (The Sommet des Deux Rives/Summit of the Two Shores ) which is being held in the city of Marseille, southern France, on June 24, 2019. - The Summit of the Two Shores, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, has been built on consultations with Mediterranean civil society and aims to boost cooperation between countries in the Western Mediterranean by implementing projects that support human, economic and sustainable development in the region. The summit includes the southern states Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, and five States from the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6X5.jpg0 viewsFrench President Emmanuel Macron (C) is applauded by delegates during the Mediterranean Summit (The Sommet des Deux Rives/Summit of the Two Shores ) which is being held in the city of Marseille, southern France, on June 24, 2019. - The Summit of the Two Shores, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, has been built on consultations with Mediterranean civil society and aims to boost cooperation between countries in the Western Mediterranean by implementing projects that support human, economic and sustainable development in the region. The summit includes the southern states Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, and five States from the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6X4.jpg0 viewsFrench President Emmanuel Macron (L) looks at papers as French Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian speaks to him duirng the Mediterranean Summit (The Sommet des Deux Rives/Summit of the Two Shores ) which is being held in the city of Marseille, southern France, on June 24, 2019. - The Summit of the Two Shores, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, has been built on consultations with Mediterranean civil society and aims to boost cooperation between countries in the Western Mediterranean by implementing projects that support human, economic and sustainable development in the region. The summit includes the southern states Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, and five States from the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6X2.jpg0 viewsFrench President Emmanuel Macron (C-L) looks at papers as French Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian speaks to him duirng the Mediterranean Summit (The Sommet des Deux Rives/Summit of the Two Shores ) which is being held in the city of Marseille, southern France, on June 24, 2019. - The Summit of the Two Shores, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, has been built on consultations with Mediterranean civil society and aims to boost cooperation between countries in the Western Mediterranean by implementing projects that support human, economic and sustainable development in the region. The summit includes the southern states Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, and five States from the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6X1.jpg0 viewsA Palestinian man burns a photo of President Donald Trump during protests against a US-led meeting this week in Bahrain on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, in the village of Halhul, near the West Bank city of Hebron on June 24, 2019. - Finance officials were flying into Bahrain today for a peace conference that holds out billions of dollars for the Palestinians, whose leaders pronounced the idea dead on arrival. The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the workshop, with prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh criticising the plan for saying nothing about ending the Israeli occupation. (Photo by HAZEM BADER / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6WL.jpg0 viewsA Palestinian man burns a photo of King Hamad al-Khalifa of Bahrain during protests against a US-led meeting this week in the Gulf kingdom on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, in the village of Halhul, near the West Bank city of Hebron on June 24, 2019. - Finance officials were flying into Bahrain today for a peace conference that holds out billions of dollars for the Palestinians, whose leaders pronounced the idea dead on arrival. The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the workshop, with prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh criticising the plan for saying nothing about ending the Israeli occupation. (Photo by HAZEM BADER / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6WD.jpg0 viewsFrench President Emmanuel Macron addresses the Mediterranean Summit (The Sommet des Deux Rives/Summit of the Two Shores ) which is being held in the city of Marseille, southern France, on June 24, 2019. - The Summit of the Two Shores, an initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, has been built on consultations with Mediterranean civil society and aims to boost cooperation between countries in the Western Mediterranean by implementing projects that support human, economic and sustainable development in the region. The summit includes the southern states Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, and five States from the northern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6WC.jpg0 viewsA Palestinian man burns a photo of President Donald Trump and King Hamad al-Khalifa of Bahrain during protests against a US-led meeting this week in the Gulf kingdom on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, in the village of Halhul, near the West Bank city of Hebron on June 24, 2019. - Finance officials were flying into Bahrain today for a peace conference that holds out billions of dollars for the Palestinians, whose leaders pronounced the idea dead on arrival. The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the workshop, with prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh criticising the plan for saying nothing about ending the Israeli occupation. (Photo by HAZEM BADER / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6W6.jpg0 viewsUSA's Acting Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper, arrives for his first day in his new position at the Pentagon in Washington, DC, June 24, 2019. - Esper, who served in its much-heralded 101st Airborne Division, will bring the soldiering experience to the Department of Defense that former acting chief Patrick Shanahan lacked. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6W0.jpg0 viewsA Palestinian man burns a photo of President Donald Trump during protests against a US-led meeting this week in Bahrain on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, in the village of Halhul, near the West Bank city of Hebron on June 24, 2019. - Finance officials were flying into Bahrain today for a peace conference that holds out billions of dollars for the Palestinians, whose leaders pronounced the idea dead on arrival. The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the workshop, with prime minister Mohammad Shtayyeh criticising the plan for saying nothing about ending the Israeli occupation. (Photo by HAZEM BADER / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6VY.jpg0 viewsUSA's Acting Secretary of Defense, Mark Esper, arrives for his first day in his new position at the Pentagon in Washington, DC, June 24, 2019. - Esper, who served in its much-heralded 101st Airborne Division, will bring the soldiering experience to the Department of Defense that former acting chief Patrick Shanahan lacked. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6Q6.jpg0 viewsHead of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (L) chats with party member and German Chancellor Angela Merkel before a party board meeting in Berlin on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6PB.jpg0 viewsGerman Foreign Minister Heiko Maas arrives for the Social Democrats Party (SPD) leadership meeting in Berlin on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6O3.jpg0 viewsThe three interim leaders of the SPD - Thorsten Schaefer-Guembel (R-L), Manuela Schwesig and Malu Dreyer arrive for the Social Democrats Party (SPD) leadership meeting in Berlin on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6MA.jpg0 viewsHead of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (L) poses with party member and German Chancellor Angela Merkel before a party board meeting in Berlin on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6LP.jpg0 viewsSeated under a portrait of the Saudi monarch, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) meets with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at Al Salam Palace in the Red Sea port of Jeddah on June 24, 2019. - Pompeo arrived Monday in Saudi Arabia for talks on coordinating with the close ally amid mounting tensions with Iran. (Photo by Jacquelyn Martin / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6LN.jpg0 viewsSaudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is pictured during a meeting with the US secretary of state at Al Salam Palace in the Red Sea port of Jeddah on June 24, 2019. - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Saudi Arabia in the morning for talks on coordinating with the close ally amid mounting tensions with Iran. (Photo by Jacquelyn Martin / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6I4.jpg0 viewsA man and a woman ride a donkey-pulled cart at a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip's southern city of Rafah on June 24, 2019. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS6A3.jpg0 viewsA woman hangs her washing in an alley at a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip's southern city of Rafah on June 24, 2019. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5VQ.jpg0 viewsChildren play in front of the destroyed and deserted terminal of the Gaza Strip's former "Yasser Arafat International Airport", in the Palestinian enclave's southern city of Rafah on June 24, 2019. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5VP.jpg0 viewsA child plays in front of the destroyed and deserted terminal of the Gaza Strip's former "Yasser Arafat International Airport", in the Palestinian enclave's southern city of Rafah on June 24, 2019. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5VN.jpg0 viewsA man walks in front of the destroyed and deserted terminal of the Gaza Strip's former "Yasser Arafat International Airport", in the Palestinian enclave's southern city of Rafah on June 24, 2019. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5VL.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on June 24, 2019 shows the destroyed and deserted terminal of the Gaza Strip's former "Yasser Arafat International Airport", in the Palestinian enclave's southern city of Rafah. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5VK.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on June 24, 2019 shows the destroyed and deserted terminal of the Gaza Strip's former "Yasser Arafat International Airport", in the Palestinian enclave's southern city of Rafah. - The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, charging that it is seeking to buy off the Palestinians and deprive them of an independent state. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5VI.jpg0 viewsFinnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto (L) shakes hands with his Austrian counterpart Alexander Schallenberg as they meet in Helsinki, Finland, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Jussi Nukari / Lehtikuva / AFP) / Finland OUTJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5VF.jpg0 viewsFinnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto (L) meets with his Austrian counterpart Alexander Schallenberg in Helsinki, Finland, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Jussi Nukari / Lehtikuva / AFP) / Finland OUTJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5UW.jpg0 viewsA handout image taken on June 23, 2019 and made available on June 24, 2019 by the CHP Press office shows Republican People's Party (CHP) candidate for mayor of Istanbul Ekrem Imamoglu (C) celebrating in front of thousands of supporters at Beylikduzu in Istanbul on June 23, 2019. - Turkey's opposition revelled Monday in a landslide win in Istanbul's re-run mayoral vote -- a blow for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that even some pro-government media called a victory for democracy. Ekrem Imamoglu, a little-known district mayor at the start of the year, won the election by more than 777,000 votes, up from just 13,000 in the first election in March, which was annulled over controversial claims of fraud. (Photo by Onur GUNAL / Republican People's Party (CHP) Press Service / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Republican People's Party (CHP) / Onur GUNAL" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTSJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5UU.jpg0 viewsA handout image taken on June 23, 2019 and made available on June 24, 2019 by the CHP Press office shows Republican People's Party (CHP) candidate for mayor of Istanbul Ekrem Imamoglu (C) celebrating in front of thousands of supporters at Beylikduzu in Istanbul on June 23, 2019. - Turkey's opposition revelled Monday in a landslide win in Istanbul's re-run mayoral vote -- a blow for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that even some pro-government media called a victory for democracy. Ekrem Imamoglu, a little-known district mayor at the start of the year, won the election by more than 777,000 votes, up from just 13,000 in the first election in March, which was annulled over controversial claims of fraud. (Photo by Onur GUNAL / Republican People's Party (CHP) Press Service / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Republican People's Party (CHP) / Onur GUNAL" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTSJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5UO.jpg0 viewsEuropean Council President Donald Tusk (2ndR), meets with Renew Europe party members Guy Verhofstadt (2ndL) and Daclan Ciolos (L) at the Europa building in Brussels, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Virginia Mayo / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5UL.jpg0 viewsEuropean Council President Donald Tusk (C) welcomes Renew Europe party members Guy Verhofstadt and Dacian Ciolos prior to a meeting at the Europa building in Brussels, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Virginia Mayo / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5UJ.jpg0 viewsEuropean Council President Donald Tusk (C) welcomes Renew Europe party members Guy Verhofstadt and Dacian Ciolos prior to a meeting at the Europa building in Brussels, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Virginia Mayo / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5UI.jpg0 viewsEuropean Council President Donald Tusk (C) welcomes Renew Europe party members Guy Verhofstadt and Dacian Ciolos prior to a meeting at the Europa building in Brussels, on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Virginia Mayo / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5U1.jpg0 viewsA man reads a daily after the Istanbul mayoral elections re-run, at Karakoy in Istanbul, on June 24, 2019. - Turkish President ruling AKP party mayoral candidate suffered a bruising defeat as the opposition CHP candidate in Istanbul's controversial mayoral election re-run romped to victory. (Photo by BULENT KILIC / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5TW.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Education Minister Rafi Peretz attends a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on June 24, 2019. (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5TQ.jpg0 viewsIsrael's new transport minister, Bezalel Smotrich, attends a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on June 24, 2019. (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5TO.jpg0 viewsIsrael's new transport minister, Bezalel Smotrich, attends a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on June 24, 2019. (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5N1.jpg0 viewsChildren learn how to make cutouts of the Communist Party flag design during a handicraft activity at a kindergarten in Nantong, in China's eastern Jiangsu province on June 24, 2019. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUTJun 24, 2019
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