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000_14290S.jpg1 viewsMatthew Caruana Galizia (L) and Paul Caruana Galizia, the sons of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, attend a vigil outside the Maltese High Commission in London on April 16, 2018, six months after she was assasinated.
Caruana Galizia was assassinated by a car bomb on October 16, 2017, just down the road from her residence. The blogger had made repeated and detailed corruption allegations against both Muscat's inner circle and the opposition.
/ AFP PHOTO / Tolga AKMEN
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14290R.jpg1 viewsA demonstrators places a placard depicting murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia outside the Maltese High Commission in London on April 16, 2018, during a protest vigil six months after she was assasinated.
Caruana Galizia was assassinated by a car bomb on October 16, 2017, just down the road from her residence. The blogger had made repeated and detailed corruption allegations against both Muscat's inner circle and the opposition.
/ AFP PHOTO / Tolga AKMEN
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14290P.jpg1 viewsPaul Caruana Galizia (R) a son of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, attends a vigil outside the Maltese High Commission in London on April 16, 2018, six months after she was assasinated.
Caruana Galizia was assassinated by a car bomb on October 16, 2017, just down the road from her residence. The blogger had made repeated and detailed corruption allegations against both Muscat's inner circle and the opposition.
/ AFP PHOTO / Tolga AKMEN
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14290G.jpg1 viewsSyrians ride on a motorbike in Douma on the outskirts of Damascus on April 16, 2018 during an organised media tour after the Syrian army declared that all anti-regime forces have left Eastern Ghouta, following a blistering two month offensive on the rebel enclave.


The announcement, which represents a key strategic victory for President Bashar al-Assad, came just hours after US-led strikes pounded Syrian government targets in response to a suspected chemical attack on the enclave's main town of Douma.
/ AFP PHOTO / LOUAI BESHARA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14289Y.jpg1 viewsA general view shows a destroyed street in Douma on the outskirts of Damascus on April 16, 2018 during an organised media tour after the Syrian army declared that all anti-regime forces have left Eastern Ghouta, following a blistering two month offensive on the rebel enclave.


The announcement, which represents a key strategic victory for President Bashar al-Assad, came just hours after US-led strikes pounded Syrian government targets in response to a suspected chemical attack on the enclave's main town of Douma.
/ AFP PHOTO / LOUAI BESHARA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14289R.jpg1 viewsA Syrian boy cycles down a destroyed street in Douma on the outskirts of Damascus on April 16, 2018 during an organised media tour after the Syrian army declared that all anti-regime forces have left Eastern Ghouta, following a blistering two month offensive on the rebel enclave.


The announcement, which represents a key strategic victory for President Bashar al-Assad, came just hours after US-led strikes pounded Syrian government targets in response to a suspected chemical attack on the enclave's main town of Douma.
/ AFP PHOTO / LOUAI BESHARA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14289M.jpg1 viewsSyrian police sit in the back of a vehicle in Douma on the outskirts of Damascus on April 16, 2018 during an organised media tour after the Syrian army declared that all anti-regime forces have left Eastern Ghouta, following a blistering two month offensive on the rebel enclave.


The announcement, which represents a key strategic victory for President Bashar al-Assad, came just hours after US-led strikes pounded Syrian government targets in response to a suspected chemical attack on the enclave's main town of Douma.
/ AFP PHOTO / LOUAI BESHARA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14289I.jpg1 viewsSyrians walk in the street in Douma on the outskirts of Damascus on April 16, 2018 during an organised media tour after the Syrian army declared that all anti-regime forces have left Eastern Ghouta, following a blistering two month offensive on the rebel enclave.


The announcement, which represents a key strategic victory for President Bashar al-Assad, came just hours after US-led strikes pounded Syrian government targets in response to a suspected chemical attack on the enclave's main town of Douma.
/ AFP PHOTO / LOUAI BESHARA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14289G.jpg1 viewsIndian Muslim women hold placards and shout slogans during a protest against the recent rape and murder case of an eight-year-old girl in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, in Chennai on April 16, 2018.
Eight men accused of raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl pleaded not guilty April 16 to the horrific crime that has sparked revulsion and brought thousands to India's streets in protest.
/ AFP PHOTO / ARUN SANKAR
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14288S.jpg1 viewsSyrians walk along a destroyed street in Douma on the outskirts of Damascus on April 16, 2018 during an organised media tour after the Syrian army declared that all anti-regime forces have left Eastern Ghouta, following a blistering two month offensive on the rebel enclave.


The announcement, which represents a key strategic victory for President Bashar al-Assad, came just hours after US-led strikes pounded Syrian government targets in response to a suspected chemical attack on the enclave's main town of Douma.
/ AFP PHOTO / LOUAI BESHARA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14283V.jpg1 viewsAn injured protester receives first aid care by a fellow protester after Greek Communist Party supporters tried to bring down a statue of former US President Harry Truman during a demonstration in Athens on April 16, 2018 against United States, Britain and France's air strikes on Syria. / AFP PHOTO / ANGELOS TZORTZINISApr 16, 2018
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000_14283H.jpg1 viewsGreek Communist Party supporters run from tear gas after they tried to bring down a statue of former US President Harry Truman during a demonstration in Athens on April 16, 2018 against United States, Britain and France's air strikes on Syria. / AFP PHOTO / ANGELOS TZORTZINISApr 16, 2018
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000_14283F.jpg1 viewsA riot police officer detains a protester after Greek Communist Party supporters tried to bring down a statue of former US President Harry Truman during a demonstration in Athens on April 16, 2018 against United States, Britain and France's air strikes on Syria. / AFP PHOTO / ANGELOS TZORTZINISApr 16, 2018
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000_14283B.jpg1 viewsA riot police officer detains a protester as Greek Communist Party supporters try to bring down a statue of former US President Harry Truman, during a demonstration in Athens on April 16, 2018 against United States, Britain and France's air strikes on Syria. / AFP PHOTO / ANGELOS TZORTZINISApr 16, 2018
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000_14282X.jpg1 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Theresa May (R) meets with Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari (L) in Downing Street on the sidelines of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London on April 16, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALLApr 16, 2018
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000_14282C.jpg1 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Theresa May (L) greets Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari (R) on the step of 10 Downing Street in London on April 16, 2018 ahead of a meeting on the sidelines of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). / AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALLApr 16, 2018
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000_14275J.jpg1 viewsA handout photo released by the Turkish Foreign Ministry shows NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (L) meeting with Turkish Foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Ankara on April 16, 2018.
Turkey on April 16, 2018 hit back at French President Emmanuel Macron over his comments that the weekend's air strikes against the Syrian regime had driven a wedge between Ankara and its increasingly close ally Moscow. / AFP PHOTO / Turkish Foreign Ministry press service / - / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TURKISH FOREIGN MINISTRY PRESS SERVICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14275F.jpg1 viewsA Kashmiri demonstrator looks on during a protest calling for justice following the recent rape and murder case of an eight-year-old girl in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, in Srinagar on April 16, 2018.
Eight men accused of raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl pleaded not guilty April 16 to the horrific crime that has sparked revulsion and brought thousands to India's streets in protest.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14275A.jpg1 viewsA handout photo released by the Turkish Foreign Ministry shows NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (L) meeting with Turkish Foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Ankara on April 16, 2018.
Turkey on April 16, 2018 hit back at French President Emmanuel Macron over his comments that the weekend's air strikes against the Syrian regime had driven a wedge between Ankara and its increasingly close ally Moscow. / AFP PHOTO / Turkish Foreign Ministry press service / - / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TURKISH FOREIGN MINISTRY PRESS SERVICE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14274U.jpg1 viewsA Kashmiri demonstrator holds a placard during a protest calling for justice following the recent rape and murder case of an eight-year-old girl in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, in Srinagar on April 16, 2018.
Eight men accused of raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl pleaded not guilty April 16 to the horrific crime that has sparked revulsion and brought thousands to India's streets in protest.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14274Q.jpg1 viewsTurkish security officers stand in front of Taksim square new Mosque in Istanbul on April 16, 2018 during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14274P.jpg1 viewsA man waves Turkish flag as (background) Turkish security officers walk during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency at Taksim square in Istanbul on April 16, 2018, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14274O.jpg1 viewsTurkish security officers stand in line during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency at Taksim square in Istanbul on April 16, 2018, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14274N.jpg1 viewsPeople shout "We want democracy, not state of emergency" slogans during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency at Taksim square in Istanbul on April 16, 2018, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14274K.jpg1 viewsPeople shout "We want democracy, not state of emergency" slogans during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency at Taksim square in Istanbul on April 16, 2018, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14274I.jpg1 viewsProtesters shout "We want democracy, not state of emergency" slogans during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency at Taksim square in Istanbul on April 16, 2018, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14274G.jpg1 viewsTurkish security officers stand during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency at Taksim square in Istanbul on April 16, 2018, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14274F.jpg1 viewsTurkish security officers stand during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency at Taksim square in Istanbul on April 16, 2018, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14274E.jpg1 viewsProtesters shout "We want democracy, not state of emergency" slogans during a sit-in demonstration called by Turkey's Republican People's Party (CHP) to protest against the extension of the state of emergency at Taksim square in Istanbul on April 16, 2018, on the first anniversary of the national referendum to change the constitution which expanded the Turkish president powers. / AFP PHOTO / Yasin AKGULApr 16, 2018
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000_14266V.jpg1 viewsA handout photo released by the Turkish Defence Ministry shows Turkish Defence minister Nurettin Canikli (L) and his delegation meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (R) and his delegation at the Turkish National Defense Ministry in Ankara on April 16, 2018.
Turkey on April 16, 2018 hit back at French President Emmanuel Macron over his comments that the weekend's air strikes against the Syrian regime had driven a wedge between Ankara and its increasingly close ally Moscow. / AFP PHOTO / TURKISH DEFENCE MINISTRY / BARIS ORAL / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TURKISH DEFENCE MINISTRY / BARIS ORAL" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14266Q.jpg1 viewsA handout photo released by the Turkish Defence Ministry shows Turkish Defence minister Nurettin Canikli (L) welcoming North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (R) during military ceremony at the Turkish National Defense Ministry in Ankara on April 16, 2018.
Turkey on April 16, 2018 hit back at French President Emmanuel Macron over his comments that the weekend's air strikes against the Syrian regime had driven a wedge between Ankara and its increasingly close ally Moscow. / AFP PHOTO / TURKISH DEFENCE MINISTRY / BARIS ORAL / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TURKISH DEFENCE MINISTRY / BARIS ORAL" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14266O.jpg1 viewsKashmiri lawyers hold placards during a protest calling for justice following the recent rape and murder case of an eight-year-old girl in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, in Srinagar on April 16, 2018.
Eight men accused of raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl pleaded not guilty April 16 to the horrific crime that has sparked revulsion and brought thousands to India's streets in protest.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14266N.jpg1 viewsA handout photo released by the Turkish Defence Ministry shows Turkish Defence minister Nurettin Canikli (L) and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg reviewing troops during a welcoming ceremony at the Turkish National Defense Ministry in Ankara on April 16, 2018.
Turkey on April 16, 2018 hit back at French President Emmanuel Macron over his comments that the weekend's air strikes against the Syrian regime had driven a wedge between Ankara and its increasingly close ally Moscow. / AFP PHOTO / TURKISH DEFENCE MINISTRY / BARIS ORAL / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TURKISH DEFENCE MINISTRY / BARIS ORAL" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14266K.jpg1 viewsKashmiri lawyers stand behind a banner during a protest calling for justice following the recent rape and murder case of an eight-year-old girl in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, in Srinagar on April 16, 2018.
Eight men accused of raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl pleaded not guilty April 16 to the horrific crime that has sparked revulsion and brought thousands to India's streets in protest.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14266J.jpg1 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at a Business Forum on the sidelines of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London on April 16, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Daniel LEAL-OLIVASApr 16, 2018
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000_14265R.jpg1 viewsNATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (L) meets with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Ankara on April 16, 2018.
Turkey on April 16, 2018 hit back at French President Emmanuel Macron over his comments that the weekend's air strikes against the Syrian regime had driven a wedge between Ankara and its increasingly close ally Moscow. / AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
Apr 16, 2018
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000_14264C.jpg1 viewsChinese President Xi Jinping speaks with World Economic Forum head Klaus Schwab (not pictured) during their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on April 16, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Naohiko HattaApr 16, 2018
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000_14264B.jpg1 viewsWorld Economic Forum head Klaus Schwab talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping (not pictured) during their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on April 16, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Naohiko HattaApr 16, 2018
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000_14264A.jpg1 viewsWorld Economic Forum head Klaus Schwab (L) talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping (back R) during their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on April 16, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Naohiko HattaApr 16, 2018
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