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000_1LI1LQ.jpg0 viewsIsraeli border guards scuffle with a photojournalist as a woman holding up a Palestinian flag passes through, amidst clashes with Palestinian protesters during a demonstration against construction on an Israeli outpost near the Palestinian village of Turmus Ayya and the Israeli settlement of Shilo, north of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, on October 17, 2019. (Photo by Jaafar ASHTIYEH / AFP)
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000_1IX6TP~0.jpg0 viewsPhotographers crouch behind an Israeli soldier during clashes between Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli troops following a weekly protest against the expropriation of Palestinian land by Israel in the village of Kfar Qaddum near the Jewish settlement of Qadumim (Kedumim), in the Israeli-occupied West Bank on July 19, 2019. (Photo by JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP)
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000_1FK2EZ.jpg0 viewsMembers of the media surround a vehicle as it arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court in London on April 11, 2019, after British police arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange earlier today. - WikiLeaks founder Assange is due to appear at the Court later today. Assange's nearly seven-year stay at Ecuador's embassy in London came to an abrupt end on Thursday when police entered the building and arrested him after Ecuador withdrew his asylum. Assange has been living at the embassy in London's plush Knightsbridge district since 2012 when he sought refuge there after being accused of sexual assault in Sweden -- allegations that have since been dropped. (Photo by Niklas HALLE'N / AFP)
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000_1FK2EW.jpg0 viewsMembers of the media surround a vehicle as it arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court in London on April 11, 2019, after British police arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange earlier today. - WikiLeaks founder Assange is due to appear at the Court later today. Assange's nearly seven-year stay at Ecuador's embassy in London came to an abrupt end on Thursday when police entered the building and arrested him after Ecuador withdrew his asylum. Assange has been living at the embassy in London's plush Knightsbridge district since 2012 when he sought refuge there after being accused of sexual assault in Sweden -- allegations that have since been dropped. (Photo by Niklas HALLE'N / AFP)
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000_1FK1ID.jpg0 viewsMembers of the media work outside of Westminster Magistrates Court in London on April 11, 2019, after British police arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange earlier today. - WikiLeaks founder Assange is due to appear at the Court later today. Assange's nearly seven-year stay at Ecuador's embassy in London came to an abrupt end on Thursday when police entered the building and arrested him after Ecuador withdrew his asylum. Assange has been living at the embassy in London's plush Knightsbridge district since 2012 when he sought refuge there after being accused of sexual assault in Sweden -- allegations that have since been dropped. (Photo by Niklas HALLE'N / AFP)
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000_1EN4TW.jpg0 viewsCambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (R) speaks as South Korea's President Moon Jae-in (L) listens while journalists record during a joint press conference at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh March 15, 2019. - The South Korean leader is on his third leg of Southeast Asian tour of Brunei, Malaysia and Cambodia. (Photo by TANG CHHIN Sothy / AFP)
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000_1ED5ST.jpg1 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5SQ.jpg1 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. - (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5SL.jpg1 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. - (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5KR.jpg0 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. - (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5KL.jpg0 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. - (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5J9.jpg0 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5IU.jpg0 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. - (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5FH.jpg0 viewsAlgerian female protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. - (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5FB.jpg0 viewsAlgerian female protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. - (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5F4.jpg0 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. - (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5EO.jpg0 viewsAlgerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1ED5E4.jpg0 viewsA woman shouts slogans as Algerian protesters demonstrate against their ailing president's bid for a fifth term in power, in Algiers on March 8, 2019. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1E69RT.jpg4 viewsMarina Zolotova, editor-in-chief of news portal tut.by, on trial over alleged "unauthorised access" to information from state-run BelTA news agency, is pictured by photographs as she leaves after hearing her sentence at a court in Minsk on March 4, 2019. - Belarusian prosecutors on March 4 demanded the editor of the country's biggest independent news site pay a hefty fine in a criminal case, which may allow her to avoid prison time. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)
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000_1E69IP.jpg2 viewsMarina Zolotova, editor-in-chief of news portal tut.by, on trial over alleged "unauthorised access" to information from state-run BelTA news agency, leaves after hearing her sentence at a court in Minsk on March 4, 2019. - Belarusian prosecutors on March 4 demanded the editor of the country's biggest independent news site pay a hefty fine in a criminal case, which may allow her to avoid prison time. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)
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000_1E69GJ.jpg2 viewsMarina Zolotova, editor-in-chief of news portal tut.by, on trial over alleged "unauthorised access" to information from state-run BelTA news agency, smiles after hearing her sentence at a court in Minsk on March 4, 2019. - Belarusian prosecutors on March 4 demanded the editor of the country's biggest independent news site pay a hefty fine in a criminal case, which may allow her to avoid prison time. (Photo by Sergei GAPON / AFP)
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000_1D397X.jpg0 viewsJournalists take pictures of the Tienditas Bridge, in Cucuta, Colombia, near the border with Tachira, Venezuela, after Venezuelan military forces blocked it with containers on February 6, 2019. - Venezuelan military officers blocked a bridge on the border with Colombia ahead of an anticipated humanitarian aid shipment, as opposition leader Juan Guaido stepped up his challenge to President Nicolas Maduro's authority. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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000_1CT2JF.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan activists from the Free Media Movement (FMM) hold candles and placards during a vigil organized to pay tribute to colleagues being killed, in Colombo on January 29, 2019. - Sri Lankan journalists and activists have held a vigil to demand justice for journalists allegedly killed while working or because of their profession. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1CT2I9.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan activists from the Free Media Movement (FMM) hold candles and placards during a vigil organized to pay tribute to colleagues being killed, in Colombo on January 29, 2019. - Sri Lankan journalists and activists have held a vigil to demand justice for journalists allegedly killed while working or because of their profession. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1CT2A9.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan activists from the Free Media Movement (FMM) hold candles and placards during a vigil organized to pay tribute to colleagues being killed, in Colombo on January 29, 2019. - Sri Lankan journalists and activists have held a vigil to demand justice for journalists allegedly killed while working or because of their profession. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1CO4B2.jpg3 viewsKashmiri journalists hold placards during a protest march in Srinagar on January 26, 2019. - Dozens of journalists marched in protest after authorities barred at least half a dozen journalists from entering the venue of India's Republic Day parade in Srinagar, local media said. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1CA3UD.jpg1 viewsKenyan Cabinet Secretary for Internal Security Fred Okengo Matiang'i (C) speaks to the press upon his arrival on the scene of the terrorist attack at the hotel complex in Nairobi's Westlands suburb on January 16, 2019, in Kenya. - Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta said on January 16, 2019 that all Islamists who had stormed an upmarket hotel complex had been "eliminated" after an almost 20-hour siege that left several dead. "I can now confirm that... the security operation at Dusit is over and all terrorists have been eliminated," Kenyatta said in a televised address to the nation. He said several people had been killed and 700 civilians rescued from the building, but did not clarify if people were still hiding in the complex. The attack was claimed by the Al-Qaeda-linked Somali group Al-Shabaab, which has repeatedly targeted Kenya since it sent its army into Somalia in October 2011 to fight the jihadist group. (Photo by Luis TATO / AFP)
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000_1C43PQ.jpg1 viewsMembers of Amnesty International hang a street sign reading "Jamal Khashoggi street" in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate on January 10, 2019 during a demostration in Istanbul. - Amnesty International called on January 10 for an international investigation on the murder of Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi, during a ceremony in front of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul marking the 100th day of his murder that sparked global outrage. (Photo by OZAN KOSE / AFP)
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000_1C43PO.jpg1 viewsA street sign reading "Jamal Khashoggi street" is hang in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate on January 10, 2019 during a demonstration in Istanbul. - Amnesty International called on January 10 for an international investigation on the murder of Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi, during a ceremony in front of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul marking the 100th day of his murder that sparked global outrage. (Photo by OZAN KOSE / AFP)
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000_1A30NI.jpgU.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Ankara1 viewsU.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Ankara, Turkey, October 17, 2018. - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday held talks with the Turkish leadership in Ankara over the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi as Riyadh faced new claims he was killed inside its Istanbul consulate. (Photo by LEAH MILLIS / POOL / AFP)
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000_1A30MY.jpg1 viewsA security member of the Saudi Arabian consulate close police barriers after a diplomatic vehicle arrives on October 17, 2018 at the consulate in Istanbul. - Saudi Arabia's consul to Istanbul Mohammed al-Otaibion on October 16, 2018 left the Turkish city bound for Riyadh on a scheduled flight, reports said, as Turkey prepared to search his residence in the probe into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (Photo by OZAN KOSE / AFP)
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000_19Y27I.jpg0 viewsA supporter of Brazilian right-wing presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro shouts at journalists gathered in front of the Brazilian National Conference of Bishops in Brasilia, where the presidential candidate for the Workers' Party (PT), Fernando Haddad, is holding a meeting with Catholic leaders, on October 11, 2018. (Photo by EVARISTO SA / AFP)
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000_19W9CF.jpg0 viewsThis video grab made on October 10, 2018 from CCTV footage obtained from Turkish news agency DHA shows Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's fiancee in front of the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, the day Khashoggi went missing. - Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor, vanished on October 2 after entering the consulate to obtain official documents ahead of his marriage to his Turkish fiancee. Government sources said at the weekend that police believed Khashoggi was killed by a team specially sent to Istanbul, thought to consist of 15 Saudis. But Riyadh insisted the 59-year-old journalist had left the building and the murder claims were "baseless". (Photo by - / Demiroren News Agency / AFP) / - Turkey OUT / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / DHA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_19W9CD.jpg0 viewsThis video grab made on October 10, 2018 from CCTV footage obtained from Turkish news agency DHA shows Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi (R) arriving at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018 - Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor, vanished on October 2 after entering the consulate to obtain official documents ahead of his marriage to his Turkish fiancee. Government sources said at the weekend that police believed Khashoggi was killed by a team specially sent to Istanbul, thought to consist of 15 Saudis. But Riyadh insisted the 59-year-old journalist had left the building and the murder claims were "baseless". (Photo by - / Demiroren News Agency / AFP) / - Turkey OUT / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / DHA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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063_956978434.jpgHouse Speaker Paul Ryan Holds Weekly News Conference1 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - MAY 10: Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) calls on reporters during his weekly news conference at the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center May 10, 2018 in Washington, DC. Among other subjects, Ryan answered questions about an attempt by some GOP members of Congress to force votes on immigration legislation before this year's midterm elections. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_947558766.jpgHouse GOP Leaders Speak To Press After Conference Meeting0 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 17: Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) calls on reporters during a news conference with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) (L) and Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) following the weekly House Republican Conference meeting at the U.S. Capitol April 17, 2018 in Washington, DC. Ryan and fellow Republicans took note of Tax Day and used it to talk about their recently passed tax reform law. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_947558668.jpgHouse GOP Leaders Speak To Press After Conference Meeting2 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 17: House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) (R) and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) talk to reporters following the weekly House Republican Conference meeting at the U.S. Capitol April 17, 2018 in Washington, DC. Ryan and fellow Republicans took note of Tax Day and used it to talk about their recently passed tax reform law. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_947558008.jpgHouse GOP Leaders Speak To Press After Conference Meeting0 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 17: House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) talks with reporters during a news conference with (L-R) Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI), Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) following the weekly House Republican Conference meeting at the U.S. Capitol April 17, 2018 in Washington, DC. Ryan and fellow Republicans took note of Tax Day and used it to talk about their recently passed tax reform law. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_947557942.jpgHouse GOP Leaders Speak To Press After Conference Meeting0 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 17: House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) talks with reporters during a news conference with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) (L), House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) following the weekly House Republican Conference meeting at the U.S. Capitol April 17, 2018 in Washington, DC. Ryan and fellow Republicans took note of Tax Day and used it to talk about their recently passed tax reform law. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_945843736.jpgCourt Hearing Surrounding Searches Of Trump Attorney Michael Cohen Held In New York0 viewsNEW YORK, NY - APRIL 13: Michael Avenatti, attorney for Stormy Daniels, speaks to reporters following a court proceeding regarding the search warrants served on President Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen, at the United States District Court Southern District of New York, April 13, 2018 in New York City. Cohen and his lawyers are asking the court to block Justice Department officials from reading documents and materials related to his relationship with President Donald Trump that they believe should be protected by attorney-client privilege. Officials with the FBI, armed with a search warrant, raided Cohen's office and two private residences earlier in the week. Drew Angerer/Getty Images/AFP
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