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000_14078Y.jpg2 viewsA photo released early on April 14, 2018 on the website of the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) shows an explosion on the outskirts of Damascus after Western strikes reportedly hit Syrian military bases and chemical research centres in and around the capital.
The United States, Britain and France carried out a wave of strikes against Bashar al-Assad's Syrian regime on Saturday in response to alleged chemical weapons attacks that President Donald Trump branded the "crimes of a monster."
/ AFP PHOTO / SYRIAN GOVERNMENT'S CENTRAL MILITARY MEDIA / Handout / STR / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / SYRIAN GOVERNMENT'S CENTRAL MILITARY MEDIA " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
Apr 14, 2018
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000_14073P.jpg1 viewsSyrians wave the national flag and portraits of President Bashar al-Assad as they gather at the Umayyad Square in Damascus on April 14, 2018, to condemn the strikes carried out by the United States, Britain and France against the Syrian regime.
The United States, Britain and France carried out a wave of punitive strikes against Bashar al-Assad's Syrian regime on Saturday in response to alleged chemical weapons attacks that President Donald Trump branded the "crimes of a monster."
/ AFP PHOTO / LOUAI BESHARA
Apr 14, 2018
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000_14073J.jpg1 viewsSyrians wave the national flag and portraits of President Bashar al-Assad and Hezbollah leader in Damascus on April 14, 2018, to condemn the strikes carried out by the United States, Britain and France against the Syrian regime.
The United States, Britain and France carried out a wave of punitive strikes against Bashar al-Assad's Syrian regime on Saturday in response to alleged chemical weapons attacks that President Donald Trump branded the "crimes of a monster."
/ AFP PHOTO / LOUAI BESHARA
Apr 14, 2018
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000_14065C.jpgUS, France, Britain launch strikes on Syria after alleged gas attack1 viewsApr 14, 2018
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000_14060C.jpg1 viewsA photo released early on April 14, 2018 on the website of the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) shows smoke billowing in the background on the outskirts of Damascus after Western strikes reportedly hit Syrian military bases and chemical research centres in and around the capital.
The United States, Britain and France carried out a wave of strikes against Bashar al-Assad's Syrian regime on Saturday in response to alleged chemical weapons attacks that President Donald Trump branded the "crimes of a monster."
/ AFP PHOTO / SYRIAN GOVERNMENT'S CENTRAL MILITARY MEDIA / Handout / STR / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / SYRIAN GOVERNMENT'S CENTRAL MILITARY MEDIA " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1413BO.jpgUN Security Council meets at Russia's request to discuss the Syria airstrikes1 viewsBritish Ambassador to the UN Karen Pierce listens during a UN Security Council meeting, at United Nations Headquarters in New York, on April 14, 2018
The UN Security Council on Saturday opened a meeting at Russia's request to discuss military strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain on Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. Russia circulated a draft resolution calling for condemnation of the military action, but Britain's ambassador said the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria.
/ AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412WX.jpgUN Security Council meets at Russia's request to discuss the Syria airstrikes1 viewsBritish Ambassador to the UN Karen Pierce arrives for UN Security Council meeting, at United Nations Headquarters in New York, on April 14, 2018.
The UN Security Council on Saturday opened a meeting at Russia's request to discuss military strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain on Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. Russia circulated a draft resolution calling for condemnation of the military action, but Britain's ambassador said the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria.
/ AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412WR.jpg1 viewsProtestors calling for former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's released from prison, pose at the Christ the Redeemer statue, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on April 14, 2018.
Lula was jailed on corruption charges but remains the leftist Workers' Party candidate for Brazil's October presidential election and an overall favourite in the polls. / AFP PHOTO / DIEGO HERCULANO
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412WP.jpgUN Security Council meets at Russia's request to discuss the Syria airstrikes0 viewsFrench Ambassador to the UN, Francois Delattre, speaks during a UN Security Council meeting at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, on April 14, 2018.
The UN Security Council on Saturday opened a meeting at Russia's request to discuss military strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain on Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. Russia circulated a draft resolution calling for condemnation of the military action, but Britain's ambassador said the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria.
/ AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412WO.jpgUN Security Council meets at Russia's request to discuss the Syria airstrikes0 viewsFrench Ambassador to the UN, Francois Delattre, speaks during a UN Security Council meeting at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, on April 14, 2018.
The UN Security Council on Saturday opened a meeting at Russia's request to discuss military strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain on Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. Russia circulated a draft resolution calling for condemnation of the military action, but Britain's ambassador said the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria.
/ AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412RX.jpg0 viewsGeneral view of the plenary session of the Eighth Americas Summit in Lima, on April 14, 2018.
US strikes on Syria overshadowed the Americas Summit, which ends Saturday condemning corruption and calling for more sanctions on the Venezuelan government. / AFP PHOTO / Luka GONZALES
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412MZ.jpgUN Security Council meets at Russia's request to discuss the Syria airstrikes0 viewsUS Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley listens during a UN Security Council meeting, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, on April 14, 2018.
The UN Security Council on Saturday opened a meeting at Russia's request to discuss military strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain on Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. Russia circulated a draft resolution calling for condemnation of the military action, but Britain's ambassador said the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria.
/ AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412MD.jpg0 viewsChilean President Sebastian Pinera waves as he arrives for the family photo of the Eighth Americas Summit in Lima, on April 14, 2018.
US strikes on Syria overshadowed the Americas Summit, which ends Saturday condemning corruption and calling for more sanctions on the Venezuelan government. / AFP PHOTO / CRIS BOURONCLE
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412MA.jpgUN Security Council meets at Russia's request to discuss the Syria airstrikes0 viewsThe UN Security Council meets on April 14, 2018, at UN Headquarters in New York.
The UN Security Council on Saturday opened a meeting at Russia's request to discuss military strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain on Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. Russia circulated a draft resolution calling for condemnation of the military action, but Britain's ambassador said the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria.
/ AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412LP.jpg0 viewsFrench Defence Minister Florence Parly holds a joint press conference with the French Army Chief of Staff, at the Ministry of the Armed Forces in Paris, on April 14, 2018, following a Defence Council after United States, Britain and France carried out a wave of pre-dawn strikes against Syria's regime in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. / AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412LJ.jpgUN Security Council meets at Russia's request to discuss the Syria airstrikes0 viewsBritish Ambassador to the UN Karen Pierce speaks during a UN Security Council meeting, at United Nations Headquarters in New York, on April 14, 2018
The UN Security Council on Saturday opened a meeting at Russia's request to discuss military strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain on Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. Russia circulated a draft resolution calling for condemnation of the military action, but Britain's ambassador said the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria.
/ AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412L9.jpg0 viewsFrench CRS anti-riot police stand in formation as a flare burns on the ground during clashes with protesters at a demonstration in support of the Notre-Dame-des-Landes ZAD (Zone a Defendre - Zone to defend) anti-airport camp on April 14, 2018, in Nantes, western France, as a police operation to clear the decade-old camp is ongoing.
In January, the government jettisoned plans for an airport that had divided the local community for nearly half a century, and told the protesters to clear off the farmland by spring. But some of the motley group of eco-warriors, anti-capitalists and farmers who had turned the 1,600-hectare (4,000-acre) site into a utopian experiment in autonomous living had demanded the right to stay put. The government said the main aim of the operation was to retake control of a key road that had been blocked for five years and evict around 100 "of the most radical" squatters from a total of around 250.
/ AFP PHOTO / Damien MEYER
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412J7.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on April 14, 2018 in the multi-ethnic northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk shows men hanging a campaign billboard for a candidate in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Around 7,000 candidates have registered to stand in the May 12 election, with 329 parliamentary seats up for grabs. / AFP PHOTO / Marwan IBRAHIM
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412J3.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on April 14, 2018 in the multi-ethnic northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk shows campaign billboards for candidates in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Around 7,000 candidates have registered to stand in the May 12 election, with 329 parliamentary seats up for grabs. / AFP PHOTO / Marwan IBRAHIM
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412I3.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on April 14, 2018 in the multi-ethnic northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk shows campaign billboards for candidates in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Around 7,000 candidates have registered to stand in the May 12 election, with 329 parliamentary seats up for grabs. / AFP PHOTO / Marwan IBRAHIM
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412I0.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on April 14, 2018 in the multi-ethnic northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk shows campaign billboards for candidates in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Around 7,000 candidates have registered to stand in the May 12 election, with 329 parliamentary seats up for grabs. / AFP PHOTO / Marwan IBRAHIM
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412HQ.jpg0 views(L to R) Brazil's President Michel Temer, his Foreign Affairs Minister Alyosio Nunes and Bolivia's President Evo Morales attend the plenary session of the Eighth Americas Summit in Lima, on April 14, 2018.
US strikes on Syria overshadowed the Americas Summit, which ends Saturday condemning corruption and calling for more sanctions on the Venezuelan government. / AFP PHOTO / Luka GONZALES
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412GA.jpg0 viewsProtesters applaud as they take part in a march called " Stop Macron!" to protest against planned reforms of the French government in Marseille, southern France, on April 14, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Franck PENNANTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412G3.jpg0 viewsLeader of the French the leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI), member of Parliament Jean-Luc Melenchon (C,R) and CGT union member and former candidate for French presidency, Philippe Poutou (4L) hold a banner reading "Government and Medef - French employers union - want to destroy everything, stop them" as they take part in a march called " Stop Macron!" on April 14, 2018 in Marseille, southern France, to protest against planned reforms of the French government. / AFP PHOTO / Franck PENNANTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412G0.jpg0 viewsLeader of French leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI), member of Parliament Jean-Luc Melenchon (2R) answers journalists as he takes part in a march called " Stop Macron!" on April 14, 2018 in Marseille, southern France, to protest against planned reforms of the French government. / AFP PHOTO / Franck PENNANTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412FP.jpg0 viewsFrench Army Chief of Staff, General Francois Lecointre (L) and French Defence Minister Florence Parly (R) hold a joint press conference at the Ministry of the Armed Forces in Paris, on April 14, 2018, following a Defence Council after United States, Britain and France carried out a wave of pre-dawn strikes against Syria's regime in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. / AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412FN.jpgUN Security Council meets at Russia's request to discuss the Syria airstrikes0 viewsUS Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley speaks during a UN Security Council meeting, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, on April 14, 2018.
The UN Security Council on Saturday opened a meeting at Russia's request to discuss military strikes carried out by the United States, France and Britain on Syria in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. Russia circulated a draft resolution calling for condemnation of the military action, but Britain's ambassador said the strikes were "both right and legal" to alleviate humanitarian suffering in Syria.
/ AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412FF.jpg0 viewsA protester holds a sign reading "Social and tax justice" in Marseille, southern France, on April 14, 2018 during a march called "Stop Macron!" to protest against planned reforms of the French government. / AFP PHOTO / Franck PENNANTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412FB.jpg0 viewsA protester holds a sign reading "Macron you are derailing" in Marseille, southern France, on April 14, 2018 during a march called "Stop Macron!" to protest against planned reforms of the French government. / AFP PHOTO / Franck PENNANTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412F9.jpg0 viewsCGT union members take part in a march called " Stop Macron!" to protest against planned reforms of the French government.in Marseille, southern France, on April 14, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Franck PENNANTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412F3.jpg0 viewsFrench Army Chief of Staff, General Francois Lecointre (L) and French Defence Minister Florence Parly (R) hold a joint press conference at the Ministry of the Armed Forces in Paris, on April 14, 2018, following a Defence Council after United States, Britain and France carried out a wave of pre-dawn strikes against Syria's regime in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. / AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412EO.jpg0 viewsFrench Defence Minister Florence Parly holds a joint press conference with the French Army Chief of Staff, at the Ministry of the Armed Forces in Paris, on April 14, 2018, following a Defence Council after United States, Britain and France carried out a wave of pre-dawn strikes against Syria's regime in response to a suspected chemical weapons attack. / AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412EK.jpg0 viewsLeader of French leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI), member of Parliament Jean-Luc Melenchon (C) and CGT union member and former candidate for French presidency, Philippe Poutou (L) hold a banner reading "Government and Medef - French employers union - want to destroy everything, stop them" as they take part in a march called " Stop Macron!" on April 14, 2018 in Marseille, southern France, to protest against planned reforms of the French government. / AFP PHOTO / Franck PENNANTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412EJ.jpg0 viewsLeader of the French the leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI), member of Parliament Jean-Luc Melenchon (C) takes part in a march called " Stop Macron!" on April 14, 2018 in Marseille, southern France, to protest against planned reforms of the French government. / AFP PHOTO / Franck PENNANTApr 14, 2018
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000_1412DX.jpg0 viewsIraqi protestors wave their national flags as they demonstrate against Western air strikes against Syria's regime, in the city of Basra on April 14, 2018.
The United States, Britain and France took military action in response to an alleged chemical attack in the rebel-held town of Douma a week ago that killed at least 40 people. Iraq warned that Western air strikes Saturday on Syria were a "very dangerous" development that could fuel a jihadist resurgence in the region. / AFP PHOTO / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412DV.jpg0 viewsIraqi protestors wave their national flags as they demonstrate against Western air strikes against Syria's regime, in the city of Basra on April 14, 2018.
The United States, Britain and France took military action in response to an alleged chemical attack in the rebel-held town of Douma a week ago that killed at least 40 people. Iraq warned that Western air strikes Saturday on Syria were a "very dangerous" development that could fuel a jihadist resurgence in the region. / AFP PHOTO / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412DU.jpg0 viewsIraqi protestors demonstrate against Western air strikes against Syria's regime, in the city of Basra on April 14, 2018.
The United States, Britain and France took military action in response to an alleged chemical attack in the rebel-held town of Douma a week ago that killed at least 40 people. Iraq warned that Western air strikes Saturday on Syria were a "very dangerous" development that could fuel a jihadist resurgence in the region. / AFP PHOTO / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412DT.jpg0 viewsIraqi protestors wave their national flags as they demonstrate against Western air strikes against Syria's regime, in the city of Basra on April 14, 2018.
The United States, Britain and France took military action in response to an alleged chemical attack in the rebel-held town of Douma a week ago that killed at least 40 people. Iraq warned that Western air strikes Saturday on Syria were a "very dangerous" development that could fuel a jihadist resurgence in the region. / AFP PHOTO / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI
Apr 14, 2018
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000_1412DR.jpg0 viewsIraqi protestors demonstrate against Western air strikes against Syria's regime, in the city of Basra on April 14, 2018.
The United States, Britain and France took military action in response to an alleged chemical attack in the rebel-held town of Douma a week ago that killed at least 40 people. Iraq warned that Western air strikes Saturday on Syria were a "very dangerous" development that could fuel a jihadist resurgence in the region. / AFP PHOTO / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI
Apr 14, 2018
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