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000_1DL1EI.jpg7 viewsA handout picture provided by the Saudi Royal Palace on February 18, 2019 shows Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman riding in a carriage during a welcome ceremony in Islamabad. (Photo by Bandar AL-JALOUD / Saudi Royal Palace / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / SAUDI ROYAL PALACE / BANDAR AL-JALOUD" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1DL1EF.jpg7 viewsA handout picture provided by the Saudi Royal Palace on February 18, 2019 shows Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman riding in a carriage during a welcome ceremony in Islamabad. (Photo by Bandar AL-JALOUD / Saudi Royal Palace / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / SAUDI ROYAL PALACE / BANDAR AL-JALOUD" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1DL1E8.jpg8 viewsA handout picture provided by the Saudi Royal Palace on February 18, 2019 shows Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman riding in a carriage during a welcome ceremony in Islamabad. (Photo by Bandar AL-JALOUD / Saudi Royal Palace / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / SAUDI ROYAL PALACE / BANDAR AL-JALOUD" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1DK806.jpg6 viewsPakistani activists of Tehreek-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) party throw rose petals over a police van carrying the leader Khadim Hussain Rizvi as he arrives at a anti-terrorist court during a hearing in Lahore on February 18, 2019, following earlier protests in opposition to the acquittal of Christian Asia Bibi from blasphemy charges. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1DK754.jpg3 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan (L seated) and Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (R seated) sit on a horse-drawn carriage on their way to the President House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK87L.jpg4 viewsA house in which militants are suspected to have sheltered is in flames after a gunfight happened between rebels and Indian security forces that killed 4 soldiers, in South Kashmir's Pulwama district, some 10 km away from the spot of recent suicide bombing, on February 18, 2019. At least four soldiers died on February 18 in a fierce gunfight with rebels in Indian-administered Kashmir just four days after a suicide bomber killed 41 paramilitaries in the troubled territory, officials said. One soldier and one civilian were also critically wounded in the shootout as troops launched a search operation in Pulwama dist
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000_1DK87H.jpg5 viewsA house in which militants are suspected to have sheltered is in flames after a gunfight happened between rebels and Indian security forces that killed 4 soldiers, in South Kashmir's Pulwama district, some 10 km away from the spot of recent suicide bombing, on February 18, 2019. At least four soldiers died on February 18 in a fierce gunfight with rebels in Indian-administered Kashmir just four days after a suicide bomber killed 41 paramilitaries in the troubled territory, officials said. One soldier and one civilian were also critically wounded in the shootout as troops launched a search operation in Pulwama dist
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000_1DK80G.jpg3 viewsPakistani activists of the Tehreek-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) party shout slogan on the arrival of the leader Khadim Hussain Rizvi as he arrives at a anti-terrorist court during a hearing in Lahore on February 18, 2019, following earlier protests in opposition to the acquittal of Christian Asia Bibi from blasphemy charges. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1DK74Y.jpg3 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on February 18, 2019, Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (R) gets on a horse-drawn carriage to go to the President House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK72W.jpg3 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's President Arif Alvi (R) shakes hands with Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (L) as Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan (behind) looks on, at the President House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK56S.jpg4 viewsIn this handout photograph taken on February 17, 2019 and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID), Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (2L) speaks next to Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan (3L) during a reception at the Prime Minister House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - / XGTY
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000_1DK56K.jpg3 viewsIn this handout photograph taken on February 17, 2019 and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID), Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan (R) and Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (L) smile as they look at their delegation members during a signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) at the Prime Minister House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - / XGTY
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000_1DK45Z.jpg2 viewsA Pakistani man looks at morning newspapers with front-page-coverage of Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at a roadside stall in Islamabad on February 18, 2019. - Saudi Arabia and Pakistan signed a raft of investment deals on February 18 worth up to $20 billion for the cash-strapped South Asian country, as Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman launched his Asia tour seeking to emerge from the Khashoggi affair. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1DK45U.jpg1 viewsA Pakistani man looks at morning newspapers with front-page-coverage of Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at a roadside stall in Islamabad on February 18, 2019. - Saudi Arabia and Pakistan signed a raft of investment deals on February 18 worth up to $20 billion for the cash-strapped South Asian country, as Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman launched his Asia tour seeking to emerge from the Khashoggi affair. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1DK45T.jpg1 viewsMorning newspapers with front-page-coverage of Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman are pictured at a roadside stall in Islamabad on February 18, 2019. - Saudi Arabia and Pakistan signed a raft of investment deals on February 18 worth up to $20 billion for the cash-strapped South Asian country, as Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman launched his Asia tour seeking to emerge from the Khashoggi affair. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1DK45S.jpg1 viewsA Pakistani man buys a morning newspaper with front-page-coverage of Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at a roadside stall in Islamabad on February 18, 2019. - Saudi Arabia and Pakistan signed a raft of investment deals on February 18 worth up to $20 billion for the cash-strapped South Asian country, as Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman launched his Asia tour seeking to emerge from the Khashoggi affair. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1DK9SL.jpg1 viewsIndian visually impaired members from the Blind People's Association shout slogans during a candle vigil to pay tribute to the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel in Ahmedabad on February 18, 2019, following an attack on a CRPF convoy in the Lethpora area of Kashmir. - India and Pakistan's troubled ties risked taking a dangerous new turn on February 15 as New Delhi accused Islamabad of harbouring militants behind one of the deadliest attacks in three decades of bloodshed in Indian-administered Kashmir. (Photo by SAM PANTHAKY / AFP)
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000_1DK9FR.jpg2 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Prime Minister House (PMH) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan (2L) and Pakistani Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa (R) walk along with Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (2R) on his departure the Nur Khan Pakistan Air Force (PAF) base in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / Pakistan's Prime Minister House / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PMH" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK9FI.jpg1 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Prime Minister House (PMH) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan (R) and Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman speak to the media at the Nur Khan Pakistan Air Force (PAF) base in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / Pakistan's Prime Minister House / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PMH" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK8YD.jpg1 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's President Arif Alvi (C-R) meets with Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C-L) at the President House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK8YC.jpg1 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's President Arif Alvi (R) and Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman smile as they meet at the President House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK8Y8.jpg1 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's President Arif Alvi (L) confers the country's highest civilian award, the Nishan-e-Pakistan (Order of Pakistan), on Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the President House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK8Y3.jpg1 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's President Arif Alvi (L), Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C) and Prime Minister Imran Khan (R) attend the special investiture ceremony held in the prince's honour at the President House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK8O0.jpg1 viewsIndian students hold placards and shout slogans against Pakistan during a procession to pay tribute to the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel killed, in Chennai on February 18, 2019, following an attack on a CRPF convoy in the Lethpora area of Kashmir. - India and Pakistan's troubled ties risked taking a dangerous new turn on February 15 as New Delhi accused Islamabad of harbouring militants behind one of the deadliest attacks in three decades of bloodshed in Indian-administered Kashmir. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1DK8NR.jpg1 viewsIndian students hold placards and shout slogans against Pakistan during a procession to pay tribute to the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel killed, in Chennai on February 18, 2019, following an attack on a CRPF convoy in the Lethpora area of Kashmir. - India and Pakistan's troubled ties risked taking a dangerous new turn on February 15 as New Delhi accused Islamabad of harbouring militants behind one of the deadliest attacks in three decades of bloodshed in Indian-administered Kashmir. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1DK8NP.jpg1 viewsAn Indian student lights a candle to pay tribute to the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel killed, in Chennai on February 18, 2019, following an attack on a CRPF convoy in the Lethpora area of Kashmir. - India and Pakistan's troubled ties risked taking a dangerous new turn on February 15 as New Delhi accused Islamabad of harbouring militants behind one of the deadliest attacks in three decades of bloodshed in Indian-administered Kashmir. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1DK8ET.jpg1 viewsIndian security forces personnel are on manoeuvres as a gunfight with militants has happened that killed 4 soldiers, in South Kashmir's Pulwama district, some 10 km away from the spot of recent suicide bombing, on February 18, 2019. - At least four soldiers died on February 18 in a fierce gunfight with rebels in Indian-administered Kashmir just four days after a suicide bomber killed 41 paramilitaries in the troubled territory, officials said. One soldier and one civilian were also critically wounded in the shootout as troops launched a search operation in Pulwama district where the suicide bomber struck on February 14. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1DK8ER.jpg2 viewsIndian security forces personnel are on manoeuvres as a gunfight with militants has happened that killed 4 soldiers, in South Kashmir's Pulwama district, some 10 km away from the spot of recent suicide bombing, on February 18, 2019. - At least four soldiers died on February 18 in a fierce gunfight with rebels in Indian-administered Kashmir just four days after a suicide bomber killed 41 paramilitaries in the troubled territory, officials said. One soldier and one civilian were also critically wounded in the shootout as troops launched a search operation in Pulwama district where the suicide bomber struck on February 14. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1DK7EM.jpg2 viewsIn this handout photograph taken and released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on February 18, 2019, Pakistan's President Arif Alvi (2L) confers the country's highest civilian award, the Nishan-e-Pakistan (Order of Pakistan), on Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C-R) at the President House in Islamabad. - Pakistan was set to confer its highest civilian honour on the Saudi Crown Prince on February 18, a day after he signed investment deals worth $20 billion in the cash-strapped country -- his first stop on a high-profile Asian tour. (Photo by HANDOUT / PID / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PID" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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000_1DK5UY.jpg1 viewsAttorney General of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor Khan (L) and his delegation sit at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, prior to the India-Pakistan case, on February 18, 2019. - Islamabad should be ordered to free an Indian man sentenced to death for alleged spying in Pakistan, India's lawyers told the UN's top court on February 18, saying his military trial was a "farcical case" based on "malicious propaganda". The hearing concerning Kulbushan Sudhir Jadhav at the International Court of Justice comes amid a sharp spike in tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours, after a suicide attack on an Indian military convoy last week and renewed fighting in restive Kashmir. (Photo by Robin van Lonkhuijsen / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT
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000_1DK5UR.jpg2 viewsPakistani Kashmiri from Pasban-e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir party, offer prayers for Indian Kashmiri Muslims during a protest against India in Muzaffarabad, the capital of the Pakistani territory of Azad Kashmir, on February 18, 2019. - Saudi Arabia vowed to "de-escalate" rising tensions between Pakistan and India during a high-profile summit in Islamabad on February 18 as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman prepares to travel from Islamabad to New Delhi. (Photo by SAJJAD QAYYUM / AFP)
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000_1DK5UP.jpg1 viewsPakistani Kashmiri from Pasban-e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir party, shout slogans as they march during a protest against India in Muzaffarabad, the capital of the Pakistani territory of Azad Kashmir, on February 18, 2019. - Saudi Arabia vowed to "de-escalate" rising tensions between Pakistan and India during a high-profile summit in Islamabad on February 18 as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman prepares to travel from Islamabad to New Delhi. (Photo by SAJJAD QAYYUM / AFP)
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000_1DK5UJ.jpg1 viewsSecretary of Foreign Affairs of India Deepak Mittal (L) and Attorney General of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor Khan (R) greet each other at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, prior to the India-Pakistan case, on February 18, 2019. - Islamabad should be ordered to free an Indian man sentenced to death for alleged spying in Pakistan, India's lawyers told the UN's top court on February 18, saying his military trial was a "farcical case" based on "malicious propaganda". The hearing concerning Kulbushan Sudhir Jadhav at the International Court of Justice comes amid a sharp spike in tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours, after a suicide attack on an Indian military convoy last week and renewed fighting in restive Kashmir. (Photo by Robin van Lonkhuijsen / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT
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000_1DK5QM.jpg1 viewsIn this photograph taken on February 17, 2019, a man stands in front of posters with the writing "our homage and respect to the brave soldiers who were martyred in the Kashmir terror attack" in New Delhi. - India and Pakistan's troubled ties risked taking a dangerous new turn on February 15 as New Delhi accused Islamabad of harbouring militants behind one of the deadliest attacks in three decades of bloodshed in Indian-administered Kashmir. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1DK4YC.jpg2 viewsAn Indian army soldier stands guard during a curfew in Jammu on February 18, 2019. - Indian authorities withdrew police protection for five separatist leaders in Kashmir on February 17 amid mounting fallout from a suicide bombing that killed 41 soldiers in the disputed region. New Delhi has vowed to retaliate after a van packed with explosives ripped through a convoy transporting 2,500 soldiers across the Indian-administered territory on February 14, the deadliest-ever attack in a 30-year-old armed conflict. (Photo by Rakesh BAKSHI / AFP)
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000_1DJ7FN~0.jpg1 viewsIndian demonstrators shout slogans against Pakistan during a protest at India Gate in New Delhi on February 17, 2019, after an attack on a paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) convoy in the Lethpora area of Kashmir. - India and Pakistan's troubled ties risked taking a dangerous new turn on February 15 as New Delhi accused Islamabad of harbouring militants behind one of the deadliest attacks in three decades of bloodshed in Indian-administered Kashmir. (Photo by SAJJAD HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1DK945.jpg2 views(COMBO) (FILES) This combination of file pictures created on February 18, 2018 shows Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki (L, February 17, 2018) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R, February 18, 2018) during the Munich Security Conference in Munich, southern Germany. - Poland's prime minister Morawiecki on February 18, 2019 cancelled Warsaw's participation in a summit in Jerusalem. Mateusz Morawiecki's decision to scotch Poland's involvement in the summit of central European nations follows days of angry exchanges that were originally sparked by quotes from Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu over the role of Poles during World War II. (Photos by Thomas KIENZLE / AFP)
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000_1DK826.jpg1 viewsA picture taken on February 18, 2019 shows pieces of evidence prior the hearings during the trial of Mehdi Nemmouche, accused of shooting four people dead at a Jewish museum in Brussels, at the Brussels Justice Palace, in Brussels. - French national Mehdi Nemmouche, 33, the alleged jihadist gunman, faces life in prison if convicted of the "terrorist murder" of four people during the anti-Semitic attack on May 24, 2014. The trial, which began on 10 January, was scheduled to hear closing arguments. A verdict is expected in early March. (Photo by DAINA LE LARDIC / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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000_1DK748.jpg1 viewsIsraeli policemen detain a Palestinian demonstrator during clashes, after protesters tried to break the lock on a gate at the Al Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City on February 18, 2019, after it was closed by Israeli police. (Photo by Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP)
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000_1DK745.jpg1 viewsIsraeli policemen detain a Palestinian demonstrator during clashes, after protesters tried to break the lock on a gate at the Al Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City on February 18, 2019, after it was closed by Israeli police. (Photo by Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP)
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