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000_13M89Q.jpg1 viewsAn Indian Kashmiri man walks past closed shops on the second day of a strike called by Kashmiri seperatists in reaction to recent killings in Srinagar on April 3, 2018.
Indian authorities on April 2 shut schools and blocked internet services in disputed Kashmir, after a weekend of protests and gunbattles left 20 dead and 200 injured -- including many civilians with damaged eyesight.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M89P.jpg1 viewsAn Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital in Kunduz on April 3, 2018, a day after an airstrike hit a school in a Taliban stronghold.
An Afghan airstrike on a religious school in a Taliban stronghold on April 2 caused multiple casualties, including civilians, Afghan officials and witnesses said. Top Taliban commanders were gathered inside the madrassa where a graduation ceremony was under way for students at the time of the attack in the northeastern province of Kunduz, a security source told AFP.
/ AFP PHOTO / BASHIR KHAN SAFI
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M57W.jpg1 viewsSwiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis (C) speaks with China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing on April 3, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / IWASAKI MINORUApr 03, 2018
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000_13M57V.jpg1 viewsChina's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (R) shakes hands with Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis before their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing on April 3, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / IWASAKI MINORUApr 03, 2018
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000_13M57U.jpg1 viewsChina's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (2nd-R) speaks with Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing on April 3, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / IWASAKI MINORUApr 03, 2018
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000_13M57T.jpg1 viewsChina's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (2rd-R) speaks with Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis (3rd-L) during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing on April 3, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / IWASAKI MINORUApr 03, 2018
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000_13M9VH.jpg1 viewsYemeni Foreign Minister Abdul Malek Al-Mekhlafi attends a pledging conference aimed at raising 3 billion dollars for war-ravaged Yemen on April 3, 2018 at the United Nations Office in Geneva.

The Yemen war -- which has created what the UN has called the world's largest humanitarian crisis -- has killed nearly 10,000 people since 2015, when a regional military coalition led by Saudi Arabia joined the government's war against the rebels. / AFP PHOTO / Fabrice COFFRINI
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M9RA.jpg1 viewsThe remains of an Indian construction worker, who was killed in Iraq, is pictured in a coffin before his cremation, in Chuhar Wali village on the outskirts of Jalandhar on April 3, 2018.
The bodies of 38 Indian construction workers kidnapped and murdered in Iraq by the Islamic State group returned home on April 2 four years after their disappearance. Grieving families -- who were told for years by government officials that their loved ones were still alive -- waited at an airport in the northwest state of Punjab to receive the coffins from Baghdad.
/ AFP PHOTO / SHAMMI MEHRA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M9J6.jpg1 viewsAn injured Afghan boy lays on a stretcher outside a hospital in Kunduz on April 3, 2018, a day after an airstrike on a religious school.
The United Nations said April 3 it was investigating "disturbing reports of serious harm to civilians" in an Afghan airstrike on a religious school that security sources say left dozens of children dead or wounded.
/ AFP PHOTO / BASHIR KHAN SAFI
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M9J4.jpg1 viewsAn injured Afghan boy lays on a stretcher outside a hospital in Kunduz on April 3, 2018, a day after an airstrike on a religious school.
The United Nations said April 3 it was investigating "disturbing reports of serious harm to civilians" in an Afghan airstrike on a religious school that security sources say left dozens of children dead or wounded.
/ AFP PHOTO / BASHIR KHAN SAFI
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M9HI.jpg1 viewsA police forensics tent is seen behind a police cordon at the scene of a fatal shooting in north London on April 3, 2018.
A 17 year-old girl died after being found with gunshot wounds in North London late on April 2, 2018, police said. London overtook New York's monthly murder tally for the first time in modern history for February 2018. Fifteen people were murdered in London during February, compared to 14 in New York, according to police figures. The British capital also suffered 22 fatal stabbings and shootings in March, higher than the 21 in New York. London's murder rate has grown by nearly 40 percent in three years, while police figures show that New York's has fallen by 87 percent since 1990, raising pressure on mayor Sadiq Khan and Metropolitan Police chief Cressida Dick.
/ AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALL
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M9HA.jpg1 viewsA police forensics tent is seen behind a police cordon at the scene of a fatal shooting in north London on April 3, 2018.
A 17 year-old girl died after being found with gunshot wounds in North London late on April 2, 2018, police said. London overtook New York's monthly murder tally for the first time in modern history for February 2018. Fifteen people were murdered in London during February, compared to 14 in New York, according to police figures. The British capital also suffered 22 fatal stabbings and shootings in March, higher than the 21 in New York. London's murder rate has grown by nearly 40 percent in three years, while police figures show that New York's has fallen by 87 percent since 1990, raising pressure on mayor Sadiq Khan and Metropolitan Police chief Cressida Dick.
/ AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALL
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M8X9.jpg1 viewsThe body of construction worker Surjeet Mainka, who was killed in Iraq, is cremated in Chuhar Wali village on the outskirts of Jalandhar on April 3, 2018.
The bodies of 38 Indian construction workers kidnapped and murdered in Iraq by the Islamic State group returned home on April 2 four years after their disappearance. Grieving families -- who were told for years by government officials that their loved ones were still alive -- waited at an airport in the northwest state of Punjab to receive the coffins from Baghdad.
/ AFP PHOTO / SHAMMI MEHRA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M8X8.jpg1 viewsRelatives of construction worker Surjeet Mainka, who was killed in Iraq, react next to his coffin, in Chuhar Wali village on the outskirts of Jalandhar on April 3, 2018.
The bodies of 38 Indian construction workers kidnapped and murdered in Iraq by the Islamic State group returned home on April 2 four years after their disappearance. Grieving families -- who were told for years by government officials that their loved ones were still alive -- waited at an airport in the northwest state of Punjab to receive the coffins from Baghdad.
/ AFP PHOTO / SHAMMI MEHRA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M8WJ.jpg1 viewsUAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan (L) speaks with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) during a visit to Abe's official residence in Tokyo on April 3, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / ISSEI KATOApr 03, 2018
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000_13M8WI.jpg1 viewsUAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan (L) shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) during a visit to Abe's official residence in Tokyo on April 3, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / ISSEI KATOApr 03, 2018
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000_13M8C6.jpg1 viewsAn activist with Kashmir Tehreek-E-Khawateen (KTEK) group shouts anti-India slogans during a protest against recent killings on the second day of a strike called by Kashmiri seperatists in Srinagar on April 3, 2018.
Indian authorities on April 2 shut schools and blocked internet services in disputed Kashmir, after a weekend of protests and gunbattles left 20 dead and 200 injured -- including many civilians with damaged eyesight.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M8C1.jpg1 viewsActivists with the Kashmir Tehreek-E-Khawateen (KTEK) group shouts anti-India slogans during a protest against recent killings on the second day of a strike called by Kashmiri seperatists in Srinagar on April 3, 2018.
Indian authorities on April 2 shut schools and blocked internet services in disputed Kashmir, after a weekend of protests and gunbattles left 20 dead and 200 injured -- including many civilians with damaged eyesight.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M6Y3.jpg1 viewsAn Afghan boy receives treatment at a hospital in Kunduz on April 3, 2018, a day after an airstrike hit a school in a Taliban stronghold.
An Afghan airstrike on a religious school in a Taliban stronghold on April 2 caused multiple casualties, including civilians, Afghan officials and witnesses said. Top Taliban commanders were gathered inside the madrassa where a graduation ceremony was under way for students at the time of the attack in the northeastern province of Kunduz, a security source told AFP.
/ AFP PHOTO / BASHIR KHAN SAFI
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M6XV.jpg1 viewsIndian Kashmiri residents walk past closed shops on the second day of a strike called by Kashmiri seperatists in reaction to recent killings in Srinagar on April 3, 2018.
Indian authorities on April 2 shut schools and blocked internet services in disputed Kashmir, after a weekend of protests and gunbattles left 20 dead and 200 injured -- including many civilians with damaged eyesight.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M6XS.jpg1 viewsIndian paramilitary troopers stand guard next to closed shops on the second day of a strike called by Kashmiri seperatists in reaction to recent killings in Srinagar on April 3, 2018.
Indian authorities on April 2 shut schools and blocked internet services in disputed Kashmir, after a weekend of protests and gunbattles left 20 dead and 200 injured -- including many civilians with damaged eyesight.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M6XR.jpg1 viewsAn Indian paramilitary trooper stands guard next to closed shops on the second day of a strike called by Kashmiri seperatists in reaction to recent killings in Srinagar on April 3, 2018.
Indian authorities on April 2 shut schools and blocked internet services in disputed Kashmir, after a weekend of protests and gunbattles left 20 dead and 200 injured -- including many civilians with damaged eyesight.
/ AFP PHOTO / TAUSEEF MUSTAFA
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M4OQ.jpg1 viewsA Catalan pro-independence Estelada flag is attached to a fence of the prison in Neumuenster, northern Germany, where Catalan regional president Carles Puigdemont is detained, on April 3, 2018.
German prosecutors said that they have requested a court's permission to extradite Catalonia's ousted president Carles Puigdemont on a rebellion charge following his arrest last month. / AFP PHOTO / dpa / Daniel Reinhardt / Germany OUT
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M3RD.jpg1 viewsWorkers Party (PT) President Gleisi Hoffmann attends a rally of Brazilian leftist parties at Circo Voador in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on April 02, 2018.
The chief justice of Brazil's Supreme Court urged calm and warned against violence Monday ahead of a ruling that could send former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to prison -- or give him a get-out-of-jail card. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro Pimentel
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M3RC.jpg1 viewsSao Paulo's councilman from Workers Party (PT) Eduardo Suplicy sings during a rally of Brazilian leftist parties at Circo Voador in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on April 02, 2018.
The chief justice of Brazil's Supreme Court urged calm and warned against violence Monday ahead of a ruling that could send former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to prison -- or give him a get-out-of-jail card. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro Pimentel
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M3R9.jpg1 viewsMarcelo Freixo (L), Rio de Janeiro state deputy for the Socialism and Liberty Party (PSOL) and the widow of the late activist Marielle Franco, Monica Tereza Benicio (R), attend a rally of Brazilian leftist parties at Circo Voador in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on April 02, 2018.
The chief justice of Brazil's Supreme Court urged calm and warned against violence Monday ahead of a ruling that could send former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to prison -- or give him a get-out-of-jail card. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro Pimentel
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13M3R7.jpg1 views(L to R) Brazil's Workers Party (PT) president Gleisi Hoffmann, former Brazilian Foreign Affairs Minister Celso Amorim, Brazilian musician Chico Buarque, pre-candidate of the Brazilian Communist Party (PCdoB) Manuela d'Avila, former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the widow of the late activist Marielle Franco, Monica Tereza Benicio and Marcelo Freixo, Rio de Janeiro state deputy for the Socialism and Liberty Party (PSOL) pose for a picture during a rally of Brazilian leftist parties at Circo Voador in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on April 02, 2018.
The chief justice of Brazil's Supreme Court urged calm and warned against violence Monday ahead of a ruling that could send former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to prison -- or give him a get-out-of-jail card. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro Pimentel
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13L9ST.jpg1 viewsFormer Brazilian president (2003-2011) Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva listens to the presidential pre-candidate of the Communist Party of Brazil (PCdoB) Manuela d' Avila (L) during a rally of Brazilian leftist parties at Circo Voador in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on April 02, 2018.
The chief justice of Brazil's Supreme Court urged calm and warned against violence Monday ahead of a ruling that could send former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to prison -- or give him a get-out-of-jail card. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
Apr 03, 2018
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000_13N748.jpg1 viewsWest Indies batsman Marlon Samuels plays a shot during the third and final Twenty20 (T20) International cricket match between Pakistan and West Indies at the National Cricket Stadium in Karachi on April 3, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / ASIF HASSANApr 03, 2018
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