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000_1HO7H8.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators attempts to access the parliament building as thousands of Opposition parties supporters participate in a protest march in the capital Lilongwe on June 20, 2019, to force Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson Jane Ansah to resign and to protest the alleged use of correction fluid in the marked ballots. (Photo by AMOS GUMULIRA / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO7H7.jpg0 viewsPakistani yoga practitioners attend a yoga class ahead of International Yoga Day, at a park in Lahore on June 20, 2019. - International Yoga Day is annually celebrated across the world every year on June 21. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO7H5.jpg0 viewsProtesters burns shirts and flags from the recently re-elected Malawian president Arthur Mutharika's Democratic Progressive Party as thousands of Opposition parties supporters participate in a protest march in the capital Lilongwe on June 20, 2019, to force Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson Jane Ansah to resign and to protest the alleged use of correction fluid in the marked ballots. (Photo by AMOS GUMULIRA / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO7H4.jpg1 viewsThousands of Opposition parties supporters participate in a protest march in the capital Lilongwe on June 20, 2019, to force Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson Jane Ansah to resign and to protest the alleged use of correction fluid in the marked ballots. (Photo by AMOS GUMULIRA / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO7H3.jpg0 viewsThousands of Opposition parties supporters participate in a protest march in the capital Lilongwe on June 20, 2019, to force Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson Jane Ansah to resign and to protest the alleged use of correction fluid in the marked ballots. (Photo by AMOS GUMULIRA / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO7H2.jpg1 viewsThousands of Opposition parties supporters participate in a protest march in the capital Lilongwe on June 20, 2019, to force Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson Jane Ansah to resign and to protest the alleged use of correction fluid in the marked ballots. (Photo by AMOS GUMULIRA / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO7H1.jpg0 viewsA man holds a placard while thousands of opposition parties supporters participate in a protest march in the capital Lilongwe on June 20, 2019, to force Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson Jane Ansah to resign and to protest the alleged use of correction fluid in the marked ballots. (Photo by AMOS GUMULIRA / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO7GE.jpg0 viewsThe United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Chilean Michelle Bachelet (R), sits next to Venezuela's Defence Minister Vladimir Padrino during her meeting with the cabinet of President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas on June 20, 2019. - Bachelet arrived in Venezuela Wednesday as part of a visit to review the country's ongoing economic and political crisis. (Photo by Yuri CORTEZ / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6Z2.jpgPompeo, Ivanka Trump release report on human trafficking0 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks during the release of the 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report at the State Department in Washington, DC, June 20, 2019. - The US on Thursday added Saudi Arabia and Cuba to its blacklist of countries that are not doing enough to fight human trafficking, a designation that could bring sanctions. In an annual report, the State Department faulted ally Saudi Arabia for rampant violations among foreign laborers and accused adversary Cuba of trafficking through its program of sending doctors overseas. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6YY.jpgPompeo, Ivanka Trump release report on human trafficking0 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks during the release of the 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report at the State Department in Washington, DC, June 20, 2019. - The US on Thursday added Saudi Arabia and Cuba to its blacklist of countries that are not doing enough to fight human trafficking, a designation that could bring sanctions. In an annual report, the State Department faulted ally Saudi Arabia for rampant violations among foreign laborers and accused adversary Cuba of trafficking through its program of sending doctors overseas. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6YU.jpgPompeo, Ivanka Trump release report on human trafficking1 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Senior White House Advisor Ivanka Trump attend the release of the 2019 Trafficking in Persons Report at the State Department in Washington, DC, June 20, 2019. - The US on Thursday added Saudi Arabia and Cuba to its blacklist of countries that are not doing enough to fight human trafficking, a designation that could bring sanctions. In an annual report, the State Department faulted ally Saudi Arabia for rampant violations among foreign laborers and accused adversary Cuba of trafficking through its program of sending doctors overseas. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6YJ.jpg0 viewsPeople march with a banner reading "Deaf people in anger" as they take part in a demonstration organised by the French National Federation of the Deaf (FNSF) to demand the registration of the French sign language in the constitution, in Paris, on June 20, 2019. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6YE.jpg0 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin greets call centre volunteers shortly after his annual televised phone-in with the nation in Moscow on June 20, 2019. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6XV.jpg0 viewsPeople carry signs reading "Deaf people in anger" (C), "Rather pay for interpreters than aircraft carriers" (3rd R) and "French sign language in the constitution" (2nd R) as they take part in a demonstration organised by the French National Federation of the Deaf (FNSF) to demand the registration of the French sign language in the constitution, in Paris, on June 20, 2019. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6XR.jpg0 viewsPortugal's Prime Minister Antonio Costa talks to the press as he arrives for an European Council Summit at The Europa Building in Brussels, on June 20, 2019. (Photo by Aris Oikonomou / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6XI.jpg0 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with journalists shortly after his annual televised phone-in with the nation in Moscow on June 20, 2019. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6XB.jpg1 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with journalists shortly after his annual televised phone-in with the nation in Moscow on June 20, 2019. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6X5.jpg0 viewsNetherlands' Prime Minister Mark Rutte (R) talks to France's President Emmanuel Macron prior to an European Council Summit at The Europa Building in Brussels, on June 20, 2019. (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6X1.jpg0 views(FromL) Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (L) and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel talk prior to an European Council Summit at The Europa Building in Brussels, on June 20, 2019. (Photo by EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6WV.jpg0 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with journalists shortly after his annual televised phone-in with the nation in Moscow on June 20, 2019. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6SV.jpg0 viewsRussian President Vladimir Putin meets with journalists shortly after his annual televised phone-in with the nation in Moscow on June 20, 2019. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6SU.jpg0 viewsPeople march with a placard reading "Angry deaf people" as they take part in a demonstration organised by the French National Federation of the Deaf (FNSF) to demand the registration of the French sign language in the constitution, in Paris, on June 20, 2019. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6R3.jpg0 viewsPeople march with a placard reading "You politicians stop turning deaf" (C) as they take part in a demonstration organised by the French National Federation of the Deaf (FNSF) to demand the registration of the French sign language in the constitution, in Paris, on June 20, 2019. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6R0.jpg1 viewsSaudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir speaks during a press briefing at the Saudi Embassy in London on June 20, 2019. - There is "credible evidence" linking Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder, a UN expert said on June 20, 2019, calling for sanctions on the prince's foreign assets. Meanwhile, Britain on June 21, 2019 temporarily suspended approving new Saudi arms sales that might contribute to the Gulf kingdom's four-year bombing campaign in Yemen. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6KU.jpg0 views(L-R) Former British Prime Ministers Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and David Cameron attend a service of thanksgiving for Lord Heywood in Westminster Abbey in London on June 20, 2019. (Photo by HENRY NICHOLLS / POOL / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6KR.jpg0 viewsBritish Prime Minister Theresa May (L) speaks with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair after attending a service of thanksgiving for Lord Heywood in Westminster Abbey in London on June 20, 2019. (Photo by HENRY NICHOLLS / POOL / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6KP.jpg0 views(L-R) Former British Prime Ministers Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, David Cameron and acting Prime Minister Theresa May attend a service of thanksgiving for Lord Heywood in Westminster Abbey in London on June 20, 2019. (Photo by HENRY NICHOLLS / POOL / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6KJ.jpg0 viewsSidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar, former prime minister and candidate for the presidential election supported by the opposition Islamist party Tewassoul and by the powerful and wealthy businessman Mohamed Ould Bouamatou, gestures during an interview with AFP on June 20, 2019, in Mauritania's capital Nouakchott. - Mauritania will vote on June 22 for the first round of a presidential election whose winner will face the challenge of developing this vast desert country in West Africa and improve its human rights record, without compromising its stability. (Photo by Sia KAMBOU / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6KI.jpg0 viewsSaudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir speaks during a press briefing at the Saudi Embassy in London on June 20, 2019. - There is "credible evidence" linking Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder, a UN expert said on June 20, 2019, calling for sanctions on the prince's foreign assets. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6KG.jpg0 viewsSidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar, former prime minister and candidate for the presidential election supported by the opposition Islamist party Tewassoul and by the powerful and wealthy businessman Mohamed Ould Bouamatou, speaks during an interview with AFP on June 20, 2019, in Mauritania's capital Nouakchott. - Mauritania will vote on June 22 for the first round of a presidential election whose winner will face the challenge of developing this vast desert country in West Africa and improve its human rights record, without compromising its stability. (Photo by Sia KAMBOU / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6K6.jpg0 views(L-R) Former British Prime Ministers Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, David Cameron and acting Prime Minister Theresa May attend a service of thanksgiving for Lord Heywood in Westminster Abbey in London on June 20, 2019. (Photo by HENRY NICHOLLS / POOL / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6K1.jpg0 viewsSaudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir attends a press briefing at the Saudi Embassy in London on June 20, 2019. - There is "credible evidence" linking Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder, a UN expert said on June 20, 2019, calling for sanctions on the prince's foreign assets. Meanwhile, Britain on June 21, 2019 temporarily suspended approving new Saudi arms sales that might contribute to the Gulf kingdom's four-year bombing campaign in Yemen. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6JW.jpg0 viewsSaudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir speaks during a press briefing at the Saudi Embassy in London on June 20, 2019. - There is "credible evidence" linking Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder, a UN expert said on June 20, 2019, calling for sanctions on the prince's foreign assets. Meanwhile, Britain on June 21, 2019 temporarily suspended approving new Saudi arms sales that might contribute to the Gulf kingdom's four-year bombing campaign in Yemen. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6IV.jpg0 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Theresa May (R) speaks flanked by former British Prime Ministers Gordon Brown during a service of thanksgiving for Lord Heywood in Westminster Abbey in London on June 20, 2019. (Photo by HENRY NICHOLLS / POOL / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6IP.jpg1 viewsFormer British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) speaks flanked by former British Prime Ministers (L-R) Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and acting Prime Minister Theresa May during a service of thanksgiving for Lord Heywood in Westminster Abbey in London on June 20, 2019. (Photo by HENRY NICHOLLS / POOL / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6D5.jpg0 viewsFrance's President Emmanuel Macron speaks to the press as he arrives for an European Council Summit at The Europa Building in Brussels, on June 20, 2019. (Photo by Aris Oikonomou / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO6C0.jpg0 viewsA man rides a tricycle past an election poster, reading "On the march for peace and prosperity with Ghazouani", of the ruling party's candidate Mohamed Ould Cheikh Mohamed Ahmed, also known as Ould Ghazouani, on June 20, 2019 in a street of Mauritania's capital Nouakchott. - Mauritania votes on June 22 for the first round of a presidential election whose winner will face the challenge of developing this vast desert country in West Africa and improve its human rights record, without compromising its stability. (Photo by SIA KAMBOU / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO5Y0.jpg0 viewsPeople hang a banner reading "upholding of the train Perpignan-Rungis" as they take part in a demonstration called by people from the Yellow Vests (Gilets Jaunes) movement, railway workers, General Confederation of Labour (CGT) union members and different political organisations to protest against the closing of the greengrocer's train between Perpignan and Rungis on June 20, 2019. - This train between the two cities might be replaced by trucks. (Photo by RAYMOND ROIG / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO5XH.jpg0 viewsPeople settle a piece of a railway track during a demonstration called by people from the Yellow Vests (Gilets Jaunes) movement, railway workers, General Confederation of Labour (CGT) union members and different political organisations to protest against the closing of the greengrocer's train between Perpignan and Rungis on June 20, 2019. (Photo by RAYMOND ROIG / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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000_1HO5XA.jpg0 viewsPeople settle a piece of a railway track during a demonstration called by people from the Yellow Vests (Gilets Jaunes) movement, railway workers, General Confederation of Labour (CGT) union members and different political organisations to protest against the closing of the greengrocer's train between Perpignan and Rungis on June 20, 2019. (Photo by RAYMOND ROIG / AFP)Jun 20, 2019
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