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000_1LL7EQ.jpg0 viewsA convoy of US military vehicles arrives near the Iraqi Kurdish town of Bardarash in the Dohuk governorate after withdrawing from northern Syria on October 21, 2019. (Photo by SAFIN HAMED / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL7EP.jpg0 viewsA convoy of US military vehicles arrives near the Iraqi Kurdish town of Bardarash in the Dohuk governorate after withdrawing from northern Syria on October 21, 2019. (Photo by SAFIN HAMED / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL7EJ.jpg0 viewsA dog belonging to the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) dog squad takes part in an exercise to demonstrate its attack and threat neutralising skills during a show in Bangalore on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Manjunath Kiran / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL7AJ.jpg1 viewsFarmers gesture during a protest in Chennai on October 21, 2019, demanding profitable prices for their products and waver of their debts. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL7AG.jpg0 viewsA farmer reacts during a protest in Chennai on October 21, 2019, demanding profitable prices for their products and waver of their debts. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL7A6.jpg0 viewsNorway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg (L) meets with her Iraqi counterpart Adel Abdul Mahdi in the capital Baghdad on October 21, 2019. (Photo by SABAH ARAR / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6ZZ.jpg0 viewsPeople demonstrate holding placards reading "Enough repression" to protest against arrests made following violent demonstrations, on October 21, 2019 in Barcelona. - The streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities have been rocked by protests since Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders last Monday to jail terms of up to 13 years for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. Nearly 600 people have been injured in clashes with police since the protests started. Demonstrators have set fire to cars and garbage bins and thrown rocks at police, who have responded with batons and rubber bullets. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6Z1.jpg0 viewsRussian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (R) invites his Bulgarian counterpart Ekaterina Zaharieva to start their talks in Moscow on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6SI.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 21, 2019, shows smoke billowing from a roadblock set by Lebanese protesters on a road in Zouk Mosbeh, north of the capital Beirut. - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6SH.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 21, 2019, shows smoke billowing from a roadblock set by Lebanese protesters on a road in Zouk Mosbeh, north of the capital Beirut. - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6SC.jpg0 viewsLebanese protesters set a roadblock on a road near the power plant in Zouk Mosbeh, north of the capital Beirut, on October 21, 2019 with a placard that reads "peaceful Lebanese checkpoint". - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6S4.jpg0 viewsLebanese protesters block a road near the power plant in Zouk Mosbeh, north of the capital Beirut, on October 21, 2019. - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6S3.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 21, 2019, shows smoke billowing from a roadblock set by Lebanese protesters on a road in Zouk Mosbeh, opposite the Electricity Plant (background), north of the capital Beirut. - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. Lebanon ranked 138 out of 180 in Transparency International's 2018 corruption index, and residents suffer chronic electricity and water shortages. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6S2.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 21, 2019, shows smoke billowing from a roadblock set by Lebanese protesters on a road in Zouk Mosbeh, opposite the Electricity Plant (Striped tower in the background), north of the capital Beirut. - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. Lebanon ranked 138 out of 180 in Transparency International's 2018 corruption index, and residents suffer chronic electricity and water shortages. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6RS.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsA municipal worker sweeps a street as Lebanese demonstrator carry brooms on a scooter after cleaning up rubbish from the steets of the capital Beirut's downtown district following a night of protests against tax increases and official corruption, on October 21, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6RJ.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsLebanese demonstrators clean up rubbish from the steets of the capital Beirut's downtown district after a night of protests against tax increases and official corruption, on October 21, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6RH.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsLebanese demonstrators clean up rubbish from the steets of the capital Beirut's downtown district after a night of protests against tax increases and official corruption, on October 21, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6RG.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsLebanese demonstrators clean up rubbish from the steets of the capital Beirut's downtown district after a night of protests against tax increases and official corruption, on October 21, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government is expected today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as the nation prepared for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite.
A proposed tax on mobile messaging applications last week sparked a spontaneous, cross-sectarian mobilisation that has brought Lebanon to a standstill and put the entire political class in the dock. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6QB.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Lebanese army arrive to open a road blocked by protesters with burning tires and garbage bins, in the southern coastal city of Saida (Sidon), on October 21, 2019. - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. (Photo by Mahmoud ZAYYAT / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6PY.jpg0 viewsLebanese anti-government protesters block a road with burning tires in the southern coastal city of Saida (Sidon), on October 21, 2019. - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. (Photo by Mahmoud ZAYYAT / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6PW.jpg0 viewsSmoke billows from burning tires lit by Lebanese anti-government protesters to block a road in the southern coastal city of Saida (Sidon), on October 21, 2019. - Lebanese protesters were expected to return to the streets for a fifth day, with Prime Minister Saad Hariri holding a cabinet meeting to try to calm the unprecedented demonstrations, gathering people from across Lebanon's sectarian divides against corruption and the entire political class. (Photo by Mahmoud ZAYYAT / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6O4.jpg1 viewsIslamist activists take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6NR.jpg1 viewsIslamist activists take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6N4.jpg1 viewsIslamist activists take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6N0.jpg0 viewsAn Islamist activist holds a placard as he takes part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6MW.jpg1 viewsIslamist activists hold placards as they take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6MJ.jpg0 viewsIslamist activists hold placards as they take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6HA.jpg0 viewsFormer cricketer and captain Sachin Tendulkar (L) shows his inked finger after casting his vote along with his wife Anjali Tendulkar (C) and his son Arjun Tendulkar (R) during the state assembly election in Mumbai on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Punit PARANJPE / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6H7.jpg0 viewsFormer cricketer and captain Sachin Tendulkar (C) shows his inked finger after casting his vote along with his wife Anjali Tendulkar (2R) and his son Arjun Tendulkar (R) during the state assembly election in Mumbai on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Punit PARANJPE / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL6B8.jpg0 viewsSouth Korean protesters hold a rally denouncing an advertisement for Uniqlo outside a Uniqlo shop in Seoul on October 21, 2019. - Japanese retail giant Uniqlo has pulled a commercial featuring a 98-year-old US fashion figure from South Korean screens, it said on October 21 after it was accused of whitewashing colonial history. (Photo by - / YONHAP / AFP) / - South Korea OUT / REPUBLIC OF KOREA OUT NO ARCHIVES RESTRICTED TO SUBSCRIPTION USEOct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5XX.jpg0 viewsWomen show their identification cards as they line up at a polling station to cast their votes during the State Assembly election in Ganaur in Haryana state on October 21, 2019. (Photo by PRAKASH SINGH / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5XL.jpg0 viewsPeople queue up at a polling station to cast their votes during the State Assembly election in Ganaur in Haryana state on October 21, 2019. (Photo by PRAKASH SINGH / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5XK.jpg0 viewsPeople queue up at a polling station to cast their votes during the State Assembly election in Ganaur in Haryana state on October 21, 2019. (Photo by PRAKASH SINGH / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5WG.jpg0 viewsPeople queue up at a polling station to cast their votes during the State Assembly election in Mumbai on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5TT.jpg0 viewsSupporters of Bolivian President and presidential candidate for the Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) Evo Morales celebrate after knowing the partial results of the general elections at Quemado presidential palace in La Paz on October 20, 2019. - Evo Morales, seeking a controversial fourth term, led Bolivia's presidential election race Sunday but faces a historic second round run-off against opposition rival Carlos Mesa, partial results announced by electoral authorities showed. (Photo by JORGE BERNAL / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5T1.jpg0 viewsBolivian President and presidential candidate for the Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) Evo Morales and his Vice-President Alvaro Garcia Linera attend a press conference after knowing the partial results of the general elections at Quemado presidential palace in La Paz on October 20, 2019. - Evo Morales, seeking a controversial fourth term, led Bolivia's presidential election race Sunday but faces a historic second round run-off against opposition rival Carlos Mesa, partial results announced by electoral authorities showed. (Photo by JORGE BERNAL / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5SZ.jpg0 viewsBolivian President and presidential candidate for the Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) Evo Morales speaks next to his Vice-President Alvaro Garcia Linera during a press conference after knowing the partial results of the general elections at Quemado presidential palace in La Paz on October 20, 2019. - Evo Morales, seeking a controversial fourth term, led Bolivia's presidential election race Sunday but faces a historic second round run-off against opposition rival Carlos Mesa, partial results announced by electoral authorities showed. (Photo by JORGE BERNAL / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5LN.jpg0 views(L-R) Argentinian presidential candidate for the Frente de Izquierda (Leftist Front) party Nicolas del Cano, the presidential candidate for the Federal Alternative party Roberto Lavagna, Argentinian President and presidential candidate for the Juntos por el Cambio (Together for Change) party Mauricio Macri, the presidential candidate for the Frente de Todos party Alberto Fernandez, presidential candidate for the NOS Front Juan Jose Gomez Centurion and presidential candidate for the Despertar (Waking Up) party Jose Luis Espert, applaud after the second debate of presidential candidates in Buenos Aires on October 20, 2019, ahead of next Sunday's election. (Photo by Juan Mabromata / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5JS.jpg1 viewsSmoke billows from a warehouse in Renca neighbourhood, Santiago, on October 20, 2019. According to Chilean authorities five people died after the warehouse was set on fire during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee. Fresh clashes broke out in Chile's capital Santiago on Sunday after two people died when a supermarket was torched overnight in the third day of violent protests.
Oct 21, 2019
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000_1LL5GY.jpg0 viewsAustralia's leading newspapers blacked out front pages seen on a newsstand in Sydney on October 21, 2019. - Newspapers across Australia ran heavily redacted front pages in protest against government secrecy and a crackdown on press freedom, a rare show of unity in a fractious media landscape. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP)Oct 21, 2019
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