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000_1HS5MW.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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000_1HS5LN.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem on June 24, 2019. (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5LJ.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (c) ,Government Secretary Tzahi Braverman (R) and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon (L) attend a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on June 24, 2019. (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5LI.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (c) ,Government Secretary Tzahi Braverman (R) and Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon (L) attend a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on June 24, 2019. (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA / POOL / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5KZ.jpg0 viewsTurkish soldiers stand guard in front of people waiting on June 24, 2019 in Istanbul, outside the Silivri courthouse prior to the trial of sixteen leading Turkish civil society leaders, accused of seeking to overthrow the government during the "Gezi Park" protests of 2013, in a trial dubbed an absurd sham by critics. - The protests snowballed into a nationwide movement that marked the first serious challenge to Erdogan's brand of Islamic conservatism and grandiose development projects. The 657-page indictment seeks to paint the protests as a foreign-directed conspiracy with links to the Arab Spring, which, ironically, the Turkish government supported. (Photo by GURCAN OZTURK / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5KY.jpg0 viewsTurkish soldiers stand guard on June 24, 2019 in Istanbul, outside the Silivri courthouse prior to the trial of sixteen leading Turkish civil society leaders, accused of seeking to overthrow the government during the "Gezi Park" protests of 2013, in a trial dubbed an absurd sham by critics. - The protests snowballed into a nationwide movement that marked the first serious challenge to Erdogan's brand of Islamic conservatism and grandiose development projects. The 657-page indictment seeks to paint the protests as a foreign-directed conspiracy with links to the Arab Spring, which, ironically, the Turkish government supported. (Photo by GURCAN OZTURK / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5KW.jpg0 viewsPeople wait on June 24, 2019 in Istanbul, outside the Silivri courthouse prior to the trial of sixteen leading Turkish civil society leaders, accused of seeking to overthrow the government during the "Gezi Park" protests of 2013, in a trial dubbed an absurd sham by critics. - The protests snowballed into a nationwide movement that marked the first serious challenge to Erdogan's brand of Islamic conservatism and grandiose development projects. The 657-page indictment seeks to paint the protests as a foreign-directed conspiracy with links to the Arab Spring, which, ironically, the Turkish government supported. (Photo by GURCAN OZTURK / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5KV.jpg0 viewsPeople wait on June 24, 2019 in Istanbul, outside the Silivri courthouse prior to the trial of sixteen leading Turkish civil society leaders, accused of seeking to overthrow the government during the "Gezi Park" protests of 2013, in a trial dubbed an absurd sham by critics. - The protests snowballed into a nationwide movement that marked the first serious challenge to Erdogan's brand of Islamic conservatism and grandiose development projects. The 657-page indictment seeks to paint the protests as a foreign-directed conspiracy with links to the Arab Spring, which, ironically, the Turkish government supported. (Photo by GURCAN OZTURK / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5KQ.jpg0 viewsA photo taken on June 24, 2019 shows the main Gaza Strip power plant, serving the Hamas-run Palestinian territory, south of Gaza City. - Finance officials were flying into Bahrain today for a US-led peace conference that holds out billions of dollars for the Palestinians, whose leaders pronounced the idea dead on arrival. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5K7.jpgMike Pompeo0 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) is welcomed by Saudi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Abdulaziz Al-Assaf (R) upon his arrival in the Saudi Red Sea city 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_1HS5K5.jpgMike Pompeo0 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) is welcomed by Saudi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Abdulaziz Al-Assaf (C) upon his arrival in the Saudi Red Sea city 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_1HS5K4.jpgMike Pompeo0 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) is welcomed by Saudi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Abdulaziz Al-Assaf (C) upon his arrival in the Saudi Red Sea city 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_1HS5HG.jpgMike Pompeo0 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (C) exits a plane upon his arrival in the Saudi Red Sea city 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_1HS5GI.jpg0 viewsA photo taken on June 24, 2019 shows the main Gaza Strip power plant, serving the Hamas-run Palestinian territory, south of Gaza City. - Finance officials were flying into Bahrain today for a US-led peace conference that holds out billions of dollars for the Palestinians, whose leaders pronounced the idea dead on arrival. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5GE.jpg0 viewsA Palestinian woman takes part in a rally to denounce the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in Gaza City on June 24, 2019. - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5G1.jpg0 viewsPaletinians hold banners denouncing the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in Gaza City on June 24, 2019. The banner reads in Arabic: "together for the failure of the "deal of the centurey"". - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5FZ.jpg0 viewsPaletinians hold banners denouncing the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in Gaza City on June 24, 2019. The banner reads in Arabic: "together for the failure of the "deal of the centurey"". - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5FY.jpg0 viewsPaletinians hold banners denouncing the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in Gaza City on June 24, 2019. - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5FP.jpg0 viewsRussian opposition leader Alexei Navalny attends a hearing at a court in Moscow on June 24, 2019. - Alexei Navalny appears in court after taking part in unauthorized protest. (Photo by Vasily MAXIMOV / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5CW.jpg0 viewsEuropean Council President Donald Tusk (L) welcomes chairman of Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) Manfred Weber 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_1HS5AD.jpg0 viewsIranian Judiciary chief Ebrahim Rais (R) addresses a meeting with foreign ambassadors in Iran in the Islamic republic's capital Tehran on June 24, 2019. - Iran denied the same day it was hit by a US cyber attack as Washington was due to tighten sanctions on Tehran in a standoff sparked by the US withdrawal from a nuclear deal. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5A8.jpg0 viewsIranian Judiciary chief Ebrahim Rais addresses a meeting with foreign ambassadors in Iran in the Islamic republic's capital Tehran on June 24, 2019. - Iran denied the same day it was hit by a US cyber attack as Washington was due to tighten sanctions on Tehran in a standoff sparked by the US withdrawal from a nuclear deal. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5A7.jpg0 viewsIranian Judiciary chief Ebrahim Rais addresses a meeting with foreign ambassadors in Iran in the Islamic republic's capital Tehran on June 24, 2019. - Iran denied the same day it was hit by a US cyber attack as Washington was due to tighten sanctions on Tehran in a standoff sparked by the US withdrawal from a nuclear deal. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5A6.jpg0 viewsForein ambassadors in Iran attend a meeting with Iranian officials in the Islamic republic's capital Tehran on June 24, 2019. - Iran denied the same day it was hit by a US cyber attack as Washington was due to tighten sanctions on Tehran in a standoff sparked by the US withdrawal from a nuclear deal. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS5A2.jpg0 viewsIranian Judiciary chief Ebrahim Rais (C) attends a meeting with foreign ambassadors in Iran in the Islamic republic's capital Tehran on June 24, 2019. - Iran denied the same day it was hit by a US cyber attack as Washington was due to tighten sanctions on Tehran in a standoff sparked by the US withdrawal from a nuclear deal. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4ZD.jpg0 viewsEuropean Council President Donald Tusk (R) greets Co-Presidents of the Greens/EFA group at the European Parliament, Ska Keller (C) and Philippe Lamberts, 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_1HS4YR.jpg0 views(COMBO) This combo shows a file photo (R) taken on June 12, 2019 of Hong Kong police officers using a water canon on a lone protestor near the government headquarters during recent protests; and a handout (L) released to AFP on June 24, 2019 of artwork from Australia-based Chinese dissident artist Badiucao based on the same AFP image. - Viral artwork pummelling city leaders, clever word plays and Cantonese cursing that would make a sailor blush -- Hong Kongers have displayed a characteristically riotous embrace of satire during their huge anti-government protests. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE and Handout / various sources / AFP) / -----EDITORS NOTE --- MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION -- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Badiucao" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - NO ARCHIVESJun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4MB.jpg0 viewsPaletinians wave national flags and hold a banner denouncing the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, in Gaza City on June 24, 2019. - The peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4MA.jpg0 viewsA man walks past a large banner calling for a general strike in Gaza City to denounce the the US-led Peace to Prosperity conference that opens tomorrow in Bahrain, on June 24, 2019.
The banner reads in Arabic: " To reject the "deal of the century" conference in Bahrain, join the general strike on Tuesday 25/6/2019. - The US-led peace conference on the Palestinian economy could present Washington with a new opportunity to push Gulf allies and Israel closer together as tensions with common foe Iran rise. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP)
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000_1HS4D5.jpg0 viewsA shop assistant (R) makes a phone call after protecting his stock with a black cloth as protesters gather in the ground floor entrance to the 49-storey Revenue Tower, one of the buildings in the Wanchai district of Hong Kong which comprises of government offices, on June 24, 2019. - Millions have marched this month in continued protests to oppose a hugely unpopular proposed law that would have allowed extraditions to the Chinese mainland. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4D4.jpg0 viewsProtesters block a man (C) from entering the ground floor of the 49-storey Revenue Tower, one of the buildings in the Wanchai district of Hong Kong which comprises of government offices, on June 24, 2019. - Millions have marched this month in continued protests to oppose a hugely unpopular proposed law that would have allowed extraditions to the Chinese mainland. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4D3.jpg0 viewsMembers of security close an entrance to the 49-storey Revenue Tower, one of the buildings in the Wanchai district of Hong Kong which comprises of government offices, as a man (R) stands nearby with a group of protesters (not pictured) gathered on the ground floor of the building on June 24, 2019. - Millions have marched this month in continued protests to oppose a hugely unpopular proposed law that would have allowed extraditions to the Chinese mainland. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4D1.jpg0 viewsProtesters gather at the ground floor entrance to the 49-storey Revenue Tower, one of the buildings in the Wanchai district of Hong Kong which comprises of government offices, on June 24, 2019. - Millions have marched this month in continued protests to oppose a hugely unpopular proposed law that would have allowed extraditions to the Chinese mainland. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4CZ.jpg0 viewsA woman (C) leaves the premises as protesters gather in the ground floor entrance to the 49-storey Revenue Tower, one of the buildings in the Wanchai district of Hong Kong which comprises of government offices, on June 24, 2019. - Millions have marched this month in continued protests to oppose a hugely unpopular proposed law that would have allowed extraditions to the Chinese mainland. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4CX.jpg0 viewsInternational Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde (L) speaks as Governor of the Central Bank of Malaysia Shamsiah Yunus listens during a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4CU.jpg0 viewsInternational Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde smiles during a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4CR.jpg0 viewsInternational Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde (L) speaks as Governor of the Central Bank of Malaysia Shamsiah Yunus listens during a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4CM.jpg0 viewsDavid Cope, the head of financial crime compliance for Goldman Sachs Asia, leaves the Kuala Lumpur Magistrate's Court after a pre-trial hearing for three Goldman Saches units over 1MDB scandal, in Kuala Lumpur on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4CL.jpg0 viewsDavid Cope, the head of financial crime compliance for Goldman Sachs Asia, arrives at the Kuala Lumpur Magistrate's Court for a pre-trial hearing for three Goldman Saches units over 1MDB scandal, in Kuala Lumpur on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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000_1HS4BN.jpg0 viewsIran's Ambassador to Japan Morteza Rahmani Movahed delivers a speech during a press conference at the Japan National Press Club in Tokyo on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)Jun 24, 2019
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