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063_1177435201.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election0 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives to cast his vote with his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and son Xavier Trudeau on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435074.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435067.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435059.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435057.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177414758.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People walk past election signs on October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Today is Canada's 43rd general election and Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck in neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177414745.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People walk past election signs on October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Today is Canada's 43rd general election and Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck in neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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000_1LM174.jpg0 viewsA video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliament's Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) shows Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) Stephen Barclay speaking in the House of Commons in London on October 21, 2019, during an Urgent Question on the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) and extension letter. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was dealt another blow Monday when the speaker of parliament denied him a second shot at winning MPs' approval for his EU divorce deal, with Brexit looming in just 10 days' time.

House of Commons speaker John Bercow -- a colourful figure who has played a starring role in the Brexit drama -- said Johnson was not allowed to push for the same measures twice in the same parliamentary sitting. (Photo by HO / PRU / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / PRU " - NO USE FOR ENTERTAINMENT, SATIRICAL, MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
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000_1LM172.jpg0 viewsA video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliament's Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) shows Britain's main opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (L) and Britain's main opposition Labour Party shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the EU Keir Starmer listening in the House of Commons in London on October 21, 2019, during an Urgent Question on the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) and extension letter. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was dealt another blow Monday when the speaker of parliament denied him a second shot at winning MPs' approval for his EU divorce deal, with Brexit looming in just 10 days' time.

House of Commons speaker John Bercow -- a colourful figure who has played a starring role in the Brexit drama -- said Johnson was not allowed to push for the same measures twice in the same parliamentary sitting. (Photo by HO / PRU / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT " AFP PHOTO / PRU " - NO USE FOR ENTERTAINMENT, SATIRICAL, MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
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000_1LM163.jpg0 viewsChilean soldiers stand guard in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by CLAUDIO REYES / AFP)
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000_1LM162.jpg0 viewsChilean soldiers stand guard in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by CLAUDIO REYES / AFP)
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000_1LM160.jpg7754245001 viewsExpelled conservative MP Greg Clark leaves Downing Street in central London on October 21, 2019. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was dealt another blow Monday when the speaker of parliament denied him a second shot at winning MPs' approval for his EU divorce deal, with Brexit looming in just 10 days' time. House of Commons speaker John Bercow -- a colourful figure who has played a starring role in the Brexit drama -- said Johnson was not allowed to push for the same measures twice in the same parliamentary sitting. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)
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000_1LM079.jpg2 viewsLebanese protesters take to the streets during demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, on October 21, 2019 at Riad al-Solh Square in Beirut. - Lebanon's teetering government met today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as thousands gathered for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite. (Photo by Anwar AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LM078.jpg1 viewsLebanese protesters take to the streets during demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, on October 21, 2019 at Riad al-Solh Square in Beirut. - Lebanon's teetering government met today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as thousands gathered for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite. (Photo by Anwar AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LM072.jpg1 viewsLebanese protesters take to the streets during demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, on October 21, 2019 at Riad al-Solh Square in Beirut. - Lebanon's teetering government met today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as thousands gathered for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite. (Photo by Anwar AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LM17M.jpg2 viewsAerial view of 'Kayser' clothing company a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM17L.jpg2 viewsAerial view of 'Kayser' clothing company a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM17C.jpg2 viewsAerial view of 'Kayser' clothing company a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM15Z.jpg7754245001 viewsConservative MP Damian Green (L) and expelled Conservative MP Greg Clark (R) leave Downing Street in central London on October 21, 2019. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was dealt another blow Monday when the speaker of parliament denied him a second shot at winning MPs' approval for his EU divorce deal, with Brexit looming in just 10 days' time. House of Commons speaker John Bercow -- a colourful figure who has played a starring role in the Brexit drama -- said Johnson was not allowed to push for the same measures twice in the same parliamentary sitting. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)
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000_1LM15V.jpg1 viewsA woman stands outside of a burned and looted supermarket in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. - Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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000_1LM15O.jpg2 viewsPartial view of 'Lider' supermarket a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM15L.jpg2 viewsPartial view of 'Lider' supermarket a day after it was burned during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM15K.jpg2 viewsView of a supermarket after been burned and looted during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM15J.jpg2 viewsView of a supermarket after been burned and looted during mass protests triggered by the government’s attempt to hike the subway fee in Santiago, Chile on October 21, 2019. Violent protests, initially against a hike in metro fares, first broke out on Friday with many metro stations attacked, buses torched and traffic lights smashed while several supermarkets were looted and burnt. The death toll from a violent weekend of protests in Chile has risen from seven to 11, Santiago governor Karla Rubilar told reporters on Monday.
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000_1LM14Y.jpg2 viewsBolivia’s opposition presidential candidate for 'Comunidad Ciudadana' party, former president (2003-2005) Carlos Mesa supporters cheer their candidate after the presidential election parcial results publication, in La Paz, Bolivia, on October 21, 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 showed. Morales had 45 percent of the vote to Mesa's 38 percent, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal announced, with most of the votes counted.
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000_1LM14V.jpg2 viewsBolivia’s opposition presidential candidate for 'Comunidad Ciudadana' party, former president (2003-2005) Carlos Mesa, talks to the press after the presidential election parcial results publication, in La Paz, Bolivia, on October 21, 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 showed. Morales had 45 percent of the vote to Mesa's 38 percent, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal announced, with most of the votes counted.
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000_1LM14T.jpg2 viewsBolivia’s opposition presidential candidate for 'Comunidad Ciudadana' party, former president (2003-2005) Carlos Mesa, talks to the press after the presidential election parcial results publication, in La Paz, Bolivia, on October 21, 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 showed. Morales had 45 percent of the vote to Mesa's 38 percent, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal announced, with most of the votes counted.
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000_1LM14P.jpg2 viewsBolivia’s opposition presidential candidate for 'Comunidad Ciudadana' party, former president (2003-2005) Carlos Mesa, talks to the press after the presidential election parcial results publication, in La Paz, Bolivia, on October 21, 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 showed. Morales had 45 percent of the vote to Mesa's 38 percent, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal announced, with most of the votes counted.
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000_1LM07J.jpg1 viewsLebanese protesters take to the streets during demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, on October 21, 2019 at Riad al-Solh Square in Beirut. - Lebanon's teetering government met today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as thousands gathered for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite. (Photo by Anwar AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LM07C.jpg1 viewsAn anti-abortion activist poses for a photograph whilst demonstrating outside of Parliament Buildings, the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly, on the Stormont Estate in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on October 21, 2019, as a number of lawmakers returned to attend a special sitting. - A group of Northern Irish lawmakers returned to their parliament on Monday in a last-minute protest at the liberalisation of abortion laws, set to come into force after being decided by London for the suspended Belfast executive. The regional government in Belfast collapsed in January 2017 after a scandal over a renewable heating scheme split the power-sharing executive, amid a breakdown in trust. Abortion is currently illegal in the province, except when the mother's life is in danger. (Photo by PAUL FAITH / AFP)
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000_1LM06T.jpg0 viewsLebanese protesters take to the streets during demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, on October 21, 2019 at Riad al-Solh Square in Beirut. - Lebanon's teetering government met today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as thousands gathered for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite. (Photo by Anwar AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LM06P.jpg0 viewsA television screen replays images of Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster attending a special sitting of Northern Ireland's devolved parliament, at Parliament Buildings, the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly, on the Stormont Estate in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on October 21, 2019. - A group of Northern Irish lawmakers will return to their parliament on Monday in a last-minute protest at the liberalisation of abortion laws, set to come into force after being decided by London for the suspended Belfast executive. The regional government in Belfast collapsed in January 2017 after a scandal over a renewable heating scheme split the power-sharing executive, amid a breakdown in trust. Abortion is currently illegal in the province, except when the mother's life is in danger. (Photo by PAUL FAITH / AFP)
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000_1LM06K.jpg0 viewsLebanese protesters set a US flag ablaze during demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, on October 21, 2019 at Riad al-Solh Square in Beirut. - Lebanon's teetering government met today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as thousands gathered for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite. (Photo by Anwar AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LM06J.jpg0 viewsSri Lanka's Housing minister and presidential candidate Sajith Premadasa (C) gestures as he is received by Muslim clerics for talks, in Colombo on October 21, 2019, ahead of the November 16 presidential elections. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)
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000_1LM06I.jpg0 viewsA television screen replays images of Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster attending a special sitting of Northern Ireland's devolved parliament, at Parliament Buildings, the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly, on the Stormont Estate in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on October 21, 2019. - A group of Northern Irish lawmakers will return to their parliament on Monday in a last-minute protest at the liberalisation of abortion laws, set to come into force after being decided by London for the suspended Belfast executive. The regional government in Belfast collapsed in January 2017 after a scandal over a renewable heating scheme split the power-sharing executive, amid a breakdown in trust. Abortion is currently illegal in the province, except when the mother's life is in danger. (Photo by PAUL FAITH / AFP)
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000_1LM06H.jpg0 viewsLebanese protesters step on an Israeli flag during demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, on October 21, 2019 at Riad al-Solh Square in Beirut. - Lebanon's teetering government met today to approve a belated economic rescue plan as thousands gathered for a fifth day of mass protests against the ruling elite. (Photo by Anwar AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LM06C.jpg0 viewsDemocratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster (C) walks to attend a special sitting of Northern Ireland's devolved parliament, at Parliament Buildings, the seat of the Northern Ireland Assembly, on the Stormont Estate in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on October 21, 2019. - A group of Northern Irish lawmakers will return to their parliament on Monday in a last-minute protest at the liberalisation of abortion laws, set to come into force after being decided by London for the suspended Belfast executive. The regional government in Belfast collapsed in January 2017 after a scandal over a renewable heating scheme split the power-sharing executive, amid a breakdown in trust. Abortion is currently illegal in the province, except when the mother's life is in danger. (Photo by PAUL FAITH / AFP)
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000_1LM06B.jpg0 viewsSri Lanka's Housing minister and presidential candidate Sajith Premadasa (C) is received by Muslim clerics for talks, in Colombo on October 21, 2019, ahead of the November 16 presidential elections. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)
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000_1LM05Z.jpg0 viewsThe leader of the conservative People's Party, Pablo Casado (C) and PP parliamentary spokesperson Cayetana Alvarez de Toledo (3L) speak with Spanish policemen outside the Police headquarters 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 Josep LAGO / AFP)
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000_1LM05T.jpg0 viewsA man gives gifts to policemen in front of the Police headquarters 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 Josep LAGO / AFP)
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