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000_1LU8T4.jpg0 viewsUS Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin takes part in a panel discussion during the Future Investment Initiative (FII) forum at the King Abdulaziz Conference Centre in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh, on October 30, 2019. - Top finance moguls and political leaders were expected at a Davos-style Saudi investment summit, in stark contrast to last year when outrage over critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder sparked a mass boycott. Organisers say 300 speakers from over 30 countries, including American officials and heads of global banks and major sovereign wealth funds, are attending the three-day forum. (Photo by FAYEZ NURELDINE / AFP)
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000_1LU8RU.jpg0 viewsDelegates attend the Future Investment Initiative (FII) forum at the King Abdulaziz Conference Centre in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh, on October 30, 2019. - Top finance moguls and political leaders were expected at a Davos-style Saudi investment summit, in stark contrast to last year when outrage over critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder sparked a mass boycott. Organisers say 300 speakers from over 30 countries, including American officials and heads of global banks and major sovereign wealth funds, are attending the three-day forum. (Photo by FAYEZ NURELDINE / AFP)
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000_1LU7XH.jpg0 viewsDelegates chat near a robot during the Future Investment Initiative (FII) forum at the King Abdulaziz Conference Centre in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh, on October 30, 2019. - Top finance moguls and political leaders were expected at a Davos-style Saudi investment summit, in stark contrast to last year when outrage over critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder sparked a mass boycott. Organisers say 300 speakers from over 30 countries, including American officials and heads of global banks and major sovereign wealth funds, are attending the three-day forum. (Photo by Fayez Nureldine / AFP)
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000_1LP4EB.jpg0 viewsThe Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Jose Angel Gurria speaks next to Colombian President Ivan Duque during the presentation of the 'OCDE Economic Studies Colombia' at the Presidential Palace in Bogota, Colombia, on October 24, 2019. (Photo by DANIEL MUNOZ / AFP)
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000_1LP4E9.jpg0 viewsSecretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Jose Angel Gurria speaks during the presentation of the 'OCDE Economic Studies Colombia' at the Presidential Palace in Bogota, Colombia on October 24, 2019. (Photo by DANIEL MUNOZ / AFP)
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000_1LP4CL.jpg0 viewsColombian President Ivan Duque (L) receives the 'OCDE Economic Studies Colombia' from Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Jose Angel Gurria at the Presidential Palace in Bogota, Colombia on October 24, 2019. (Photo by DANIEL MUNOZ / AFP)
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000_1LM86H.jpg1 viewsIn this handout photo taken and released on October 22, 2019 by India's Press Information Bureau (PIB), India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) meets with Abhijit Banerjee, who recently jointly won the 2019 Nobel Economics Prize, in New Delhi. (Photo by Handout / PIB / AFP) / -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / KING POWER " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS -
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000_1LM1GH.jpg0 views(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 21, 2017 A Union flag flies from a pole as construction cranes stand near skyscrapers in the City of London, including the Heron Tower, Tower 42, 30 St Mary Axe commonly called the "Gherkin", the Leadenhall Building, commonly called the "Cheesegrater", as they are pictured beyond blocks of residential flats and apartment blocks, from east London on October 21, 2017. - Whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson succeeds in having his Brexit agreement adopted quickly or not in the British Parliament, uncertainty for business is far from being dispelled. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)
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000_1LL4DQ.jpg0 viewsHookas (shisha) are lined up at a restaurant in Saudi Arabia's western city of Jeddah on October 20, 2019. - A decision to impose 100 percent tax on bills of restaurants that serve hookah, or shisha, has sparked social media fury in Saudi Arabia, which seeks to boost its economy.
Some restaurants have stopped offering the popular pastime, while others lowered their prices to accomodate their customers. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LL4DG.jpg0 viewsA hooka (shisha) is pictured at a restaurant in Saudi Arabia's western city of Jeddah on October 20, 2019. - A decision to impose 100 percent tax on bills of restaurants that serve hookah, or shisha, has sparked social media fury in Saudi Arabia, which seeks to boost its economy.
Some restaurants have stopped offering the popular pastime, while others lowered their prices to accomodate their customers. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LL4DE.jpg0 viewsA man watches a football game on a screen as he smokes a hooka (shisha) at a restaurant in Saudi Arabia's western city of Jeddah on October 20, 2019. - A decision to impose 100 percent tax on bills of restaurants that serve hookah, or shisha, has sparked social media fury in Saudi Arabia, which seeks to boost its economy.
Some restaurants have stopped offering the popular pastime, while others lowered their prices to accomodate their customers. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LI83O.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators pose for pictures in front of a tire fire during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 in Nahr Ibrahim north of Beirut. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI80Q.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators pose for pictures in front of a tire fire during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 in Nahr Ibrahim north of Beirut. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7ZU.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators burn tires and wave their national flag during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 on a highway between the capital Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7ZS.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators burn tires and wave their national flag during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 on a highway between the capital Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7ZD.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators gather on a highway blocked by a tire fire during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 in Nahr Ibrahim north of Beirut. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7YP.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators burn tires during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 on a highway between the capital Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7F2.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators burn tires during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 on a highway between the capital Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7EV.jpg1 viewsLebanese demonstrators burn tires during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 on a highway between the capital Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7ES.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators burn tires during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 on a highway between the capital Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7EN.jpg2 viewsLebanese demonstrators burn tires during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 on a highway between the capital Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LI7EJ.jpg0 viewsLebanese demonstrators burn tires during a protest against dire economic conditions, on October 18, 2019 on a highway between the capital Beirut and the northern city of Tripoli. - The Lebanese government faced calls to resign after thousands of furious demonstrators took to the streets across the country to protest dire economic conditions. Public anger has simmered since parliament passed an austerity budget in July to help trim a ballooning deficit and flared on Thursday over plans to tax calls on messaging applications, forcing the government to axe the unpopular measure (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LH0F4.jpg0 viewsCongolese whistleblower Jean-Jacques Lumumba poses on October 16, 2019, in Velizy-Villacoublay on the outskirts of Paris. - The Congolose banker had reported to his superiors the alledged embezzlement of public funds and the existence of accounts related to the financing of terrorism. After facing retaliation, he was forced into exile with his family. (Photo by Thomas SAMSON / AFP)
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000_1LH0F2.jpg0 viewsCongolese whistleblower Jean-Jacques Lumumba poses on October 16, 2019, in Velizy-Villacoublay on the outskirts of Paris. - The Congolose banker had reported to his superiors the alledged embezzlement of public funds and the existence of accounts related to the financing of terrorism. After facing retaliation, he was forced into exile with his family. (Photo by Thomas SAMSON / AFP)
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000_1LD7AY.jpg0 viewsEcuadorians hold placards reading "S.O.S Ecuador" and "They will not dominate us by force but by ignorance" on October 13, 2019 in Elche, before an International Friendly football match between Ecuador and Argentina, as they gather to protest against the situation in their country where protests broke over a fuel price hike. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP)
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000_1LD7AT.jpg0 viewsEcuadorians hold placards reading "S.O.S Ecuador" and "People are sick of this neo-liberal government, Lenin Out" on October 13, 2019 in Elche, before an International Friendly football match between Ecuador and Argentina, as they gather to protest against the situation in their country where protests broke over a fuel price hike. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP)
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000_1LD7AO.jpg0 viewsEcuadorians hold placards reading "Where are the Human Rights" and "They will not dominate us by force" on October 13, 2019 in Elche, before an International Friendly football match between Ecuador and Argentina, as they gather to protest against the situation in their country where massive protests broke over a fuel price hike. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP)
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000_1LD7AM.jpg0 viewsEcuadorians hold placards reading "Respect Indigenous people" and Ecuadorian flags on October 13, 2019 in Elche, before an International Friendly football match between Ecuador and Argentina, as they gather to protest against the situation in their country where protests broke over a fuel price hike. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP)
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000_1LA4HI.jpg0 viewsA local man rows a boat near houseboats hotels in Dal Lake in Srinagar on October 10, 2019. - The local government of Jammu and Kashmir announced the end of restrictions for tourist visting the state following the security advisory issued before the scrapping by the Indian government of Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by HABIB NAQASH / AFP)
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000_1LA4HD.jpg0 viewsGeneral view of the Srinagar from an a hotel on October 10, 2019. - The local government of Jammu and Kashmir announced the end of restrictions for tourist visting the state following the security advisory issued before the scrapping by the Indian government of Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by HABIB NAQASH / AFP)
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000_1LA4HC.jpg0 viewsThe empty terrace of a hotel is seen in Srinagar on October 10, 2019. - The local government of Jammu and Kashmir announced the end of restrictions for tourist visting the state following the security advisory issued before the scrapping by the Indian government of Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by HABIB NAQASH / AFP)
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000_1L83Q4.jpg1 viewsPakistani labourers sit in front of a tomato laden truck as they arrive from Afghanistan at a vegetable and fruit market in Islamabad on October 8, 2019.
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000_1L83PW.jpg1 viewsLabourers sell vegetables on their auto-rickshaw at the vegetable and fruit market in Islamabad on October 8, 2019.
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000_1L83PM.jpg1 viewsA labourer pushes a fruit laden trolley from a vegetable and fruit market in Islamabad on October 8, 2019.
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000_1L83KD.jpg1 viewsAn Afghan refugee boy turns his donkey cart in a vegetable and fruit market in Islamabad on October 8, 2019.
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000_1L83K5.jpg1 viewsA labourer pulls his fruit laden cart at a vegetable and fruit market in Islamabad on October 8, 2019.
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000_1L4720.jpg0 viewsProtestors block the Italie Deux shopping mall in Paris during a demonstration called by the Extinction Rebellion environmental activist movement, on October 5, 2019. - Extinction Rebellion announced disruption to 60 cities around the world from October 7 in a fortnight of civil disobedience, warning of an environmental "apocalypse". (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1L422V.jpg0 viewsProtestors stand in front of the entrance of the Italie Deux shopping mall blocked by barricades during a demonstration called by the Extinction Rebellion environmental activist movement, in Paris, on October 5, 2019. - Extinction Rebellion announced disruption to 60 cities around the world from October 7 in a fortnight of civil disobedience, warning of an environmental "apocalypse". (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1L422P.jpg0 viewsProtestors take part in a sit-in during a demonstration called by the Extinction Rebellion environmental activist movement, in the Italie Deux shopping mall in Paris, on October 5, 2019. - Extinction Rebellion announced disruption to 60 cities around the world from October 7 in a fortnight of civil disobedience, warning of an environmental "apocalypse". (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1L45NV.jpg0 viewsProtestors stand in front of the Italie Deux shopping mall in Paris during a demonstration called by the Extinction Rebellion environmental activist movement, on October 5, 2019. - Extinction Rebellion announced disruption to 60 cities around the world from October 7 in a fortnight of civil disobedience, warning of an environmental "apocalypse". (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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