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000_1KD68K.jpg0 viewsAn Indonesian soldier from the Raider 112 infantry battalion demonstrates his 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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000_1KD68I.jpg0 viewsAn Indonesian soldier from the Raider 112 infantry battalion demonstrates his 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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000_1KD67H.jpg0 viewsFormer South Korean "comfort woman" Lee Yong-soo, who was forced to serve as a sex slave for Japanese troops during World War II, wipes away her tears during a demonstration demanding the Japanese government's formal apology near the Japanese embassy in Seoul on September 18, 2019. - South Korea on September 18 officially dropped Japan from its "white list" of trusted trade partners, the latest move in a bitter row stemming from Tokyo's use of forced labour during World War II. (Photo by Jung Yeon-je / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD67B.jpg0 viewsSupporters of former "comfort women", who forced to serve as sex slaves for Japanese troops during World War II, hold placards during a demonstration demanding the Japanese government's formal apology near the Japanese embassy in Seoul on September 18, 2019. - South Korea on September 18 officially dropped Japan from its "white list" of trusted trade partners, the latest move in a bitter row stemming from Tokyo's use of forced labour during World War II. (Photo by Jung Yeon-je / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD58X.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses supporters at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv 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_1KD58S.jpg0 viewsVenezuelan opposition figure Edgar Zambrano (L) walks with his wife Sobella Mejias after being released from jail, on September 17, 2019 in Caracas. - Zambrano, the vice president of the National Assembly, was arrested by President Nicolas Maduro's intelligence service in May 2019 for supporting a failed April 30 uprising organized by opposition leader Juan Guaido. (Photo by Matias Delacroix / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD58R.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu waves as he addresses supporters at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv 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_1KD58N.jpg0 viewsVenezuelan opposition figure Edgar Zambrano gestures after being released from jail, on September 17, 2019 in Caracas. - Zambrano, the vice president of the National Assembly, was arrested by President Nicolas Maduro's intelligence service in May 2019 for supporting a failed April 30 uprising organized by opposition leader Juan Guaido. (Photo by Matias Delacroix / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD57Z.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu waves as he 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_1KD57Y.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu waves to supporters upon arrival at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters 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 Jack GUEZ / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD57W.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu waves to supporters upon arrival at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters 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 Jack GUEZ / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD57S.jpg0 viewsBenny Gantz, 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. - 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_1KD57J.jpg0 viewsIndependent Gabi Ashkenazi (2nd-L), Benny Gantz (C) of the Israel Resilience party, Yair Lapid (2nd-R) of the Yesh Atid party, and Moshe Yaalon (R) of the Telem party, leaders of the Blue and White (Kahol Lavan) political alliance, sing on stage after addressing supporters at the alliance's campaign headquarters in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv early on September 18, 2019. - Benny Gantz, the main challenger to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the country's general election, called for a broad unity government as exit surveys showed a tight race. "We will act to form a broad unity government that will express the will of the people," Gantz told supporters at a post-election rally in Tel Aviv. He however cautioned that he was waiting for final results. (Photo by GALI TIBBON / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD57B.jpg0 views(L to R) independent Gabi Ashkenazi, Benny Gantz of the Israel Resilience party, Yair Lapid of the Yesh Atid party, and Moshe Yaalon of the Telem party, leaders of the Blue and White (Kahol Lavan) political alliance, applaud on stage after addressing supporters at the alliance's campaign headquarters in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv early on September 18, 2019. - Benny Gantz, the main challenger to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the country's general election, called for a broad unity government as exit surveys showed a tight race. "We will act to form a broad unity government that will express the will of the people," Gantz told supporters at a post-election rally in Tel Aviv. He however cautioned that he was waiting for final results. (Photo by GALI TIBBON / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD56G.jpg0 viewsBenny Gantz, 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. - 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_1KD9ZE.jpg0 viewsPeople walk as they hold a banner during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9ZD.jpg0 viewsPeople hold signs during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9ZC.jpg1 viewsA woman sits on a banner during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9ZB.jpg0 viewsPeople walk as they hold a banner during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9ZA.jpg0 viewsAnti-riot police block the passage during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9Z8.jpg0 viewsA doctor speaks with the anti-riot police for a safe passage during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9Z7.jpg0 viewsAnti-riot police block the passage during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9Z6.jpg0 viewsPeople walk as they hold a banner during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9Z5.jpg0 viewsPeter Magombeyi's father (R) listens to solidarity speeches during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9Z4.jpg0 viewsA man holds a sign during a protest of doctors and medical staff for the safe return of Dr Peter Magombeyi, the leader of the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA,) on September 18, 2019, in Harare. - Hundreds of Zimbabwean doctors and nurses marched in Harare on September 16, 2019, to protest the suspected kidnapping of a doctors' union leader by security forces for organising a slew of strikes. Peter Magombeyi has been missing since September 14, 2019, night, after sending a WhatsApp message saying he had been "kidnapped by three men", according to the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA). (Photo by Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9WX.jpg0 viewsPakistani cricketers take part in a training session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 18, 2019, ahead of the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9WW.jpg0 viewsPakistani cricket team head coach Misbah-ul Haq looks on during a training session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 18, 2019, ahead of the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9WV.jpg1 viewsPakistani cricket team head coach Misbah-ul Haq (C) chats with Ahmed Shahzad (R) as Mohammad Amir prepares for bowling during a training session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 18, 2019, ahead of the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9WT.jpg0 viewsPakistani cricketers Mohammad Amir (L) and Wahab Riaz prepare for bowling during a training session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 18, 2019, ahead of the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9WS.jpg0 viewsPakistani cricketer Ahmed Shahzad (L) bats as teammate Umar Akmal looks on during a training session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 18, 2019, ahead of the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9WQ.jpg1 viewsPakistani cricketer Umar Akmal (2R) bats as teammate Ahmed Shahzad (R) looks on during a training session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 18, 2019, ahead of the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9WP.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic shake hands following a joint press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9WM.jpg0 viewsPakistani cricketer Umar Akmal (L) bats as teammate Ahmed Shahzad looks on during a training session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 18, 2019, ahead of the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9W5.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic give a joint press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9VS.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic give a joint press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9VI.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic give a joint press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9VA.jpg0 viewsSerbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic gives a joint press conference with the German Chancellor (not in picture) at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)Sep 18, 2019
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000_1KD9V0.jpg0 viewsPro-Brexit demonstrators wave the Union flag and hold placards outside 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_1KD9UZ.jpg1 viewsPro-Brexit demonstrators wave the Union flag and hold placards outside 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_1KD9UX.jpg2 viewsMusicians perform as they march inside the campus of City University during a flash mob concert in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. As pro-democracy protests grind on for a fourth month, Hong Kong has been left counting the cost, with the city’s tourist industry battered and businesses forced to lay off staff as they struggle to stay afloat.
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