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000_1LU8BW.jpg0 viewsA Lebanese anti-government protester waves his national flag signalling a roadblock to drivers in Beirut on October 30, 2019. - Lebanon's prime minister submitted his government's resignation yesterday, bowing to nearly two weeks of unprecedented nationwide protests against corruption and sectarianism. Saad Hariri's sombre televised address was met by cheers from crowds of protesters who have remained mobilised since October 17, crippling the country to press their demands. (Photo by Patrick BAZ / AFP)
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000_1LS9B9.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 28, 2019 shows a dirty street during ongoing anti-government demonstrations in Iraq's capital Baghdad. - The capital and the country's south have been rocked by a second wave of anti-government rallies that have often turned deadly, with more than 70 killed since Thursday. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LS292.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 27, 2019 shows Mosul's heavily damaged Al-Nuri Mosque in the former base of the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Iraq, where Jihadist supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi used to address followers before the group was chased out of the area in 2017. - Baghdadi, the world's most wanted man, is believed to have been killed in a US special operation in the Idlib region of northwestern Syria, US media reported on October 27, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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000_1LS29J.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 27, 2019 shows a destroyed building in the old city of Mosul, the former base of the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Iraq, where Jihadist supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi used to address followers before the group was chased out of the area in 2017. - Baghdadi, the world's most wanted man, is believed to have been killed in a US special operation in the Idlib region of northwestern Syria, US media reported on October 27, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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000_1LS25S.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 27, 2019 shows Mosul's heavily damaged Al-Nuri Mosque (C) in the former base of the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Iraq, where Jihadist supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi used to address followers before the group was chased out of the area in 2017. - Baghdadi, the world's most wanted man, is believed to have been killed in a US special operation in the Idlib region of northwestern Syria, US media reported on October 27, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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000_1LS25R.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 27, 2019 shows the remains of the destroyed "Al-Hadba" leaning minaret (C) next to the Al-Nuri Mosque (unseen) in the former base of the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Iraq, where Jihadist supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi used to address followers before the group was chased out of the area in 2017. - Baghdadi, the world's most wanted man, is believed to have been killed in a US special operation in the Idlib region of northwestern Syria, US media reported on October 27, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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000_1LS25I.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 27, 2019 shows Mosul's Al-Nuri Mosque and the remains of the destroyed "Al-Hadba" leaning minaret (R) next to it in the former base of the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Iraq, where Jihadist supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi used to address followers before the group was chased out of the area in 2017. - Baghdadi, the world's most wanted man, is believed to have been killed in a US special operation in the Idlib region of northwestern Syria, US media reported on October 27, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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000_1LS25H.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 27, 2019 shows Mosul's heavily damaged Al-Nuri Mosque (C) in the former base of the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Iraq, where Jihadist supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi used to address followers before the group was chased out of the area in 2017. - Baghdadi, the world's most wanted man, is believed to have been killed in a US special operation in the Idlib region of northwestern Syria, US media reported on October 27, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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000_1LS2A8.jpg1 viewsA man stands among the rubble of a destroyed building on October 27, 2019 in the old city of Mosul, the former base of the Islamic State (IS) group in northern Iraq, where Jihadist supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi used to address followers before the group was chased out of the area in 2017. - Baghdadi, the world's most wanted man, is believed to have been killed in a US special operation in the Idlib region of northwestern Syria, US media reported on October 27, 2019. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)
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000_1LS1Y9.jpg1 viewsAn image grab from a video circulating among local monitoring groups allegedly shows the body of a man who was fatally wounded in helicopter gunfire which was said to kill nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey on October 27, 2019, where "groups linked to the Islamic State group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by - / HO / AFP) / THIS PICTURE WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY A THIRD PARTY. AFP CAN NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, LOCATION, DATE AND CONTENT OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PHOTO IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY AFP.
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000_1LS1Y8.jpg0 viewsAn image grab from a video circulating among local monitoring groups allegedly shows the body of a man who was fatally wounded in helicopter gunfire which was said to kill nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey on October 27, 2019, where "groups linked to the Islamic State group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by - / HO / AFP) / THIS PICTURE WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY A THIRD PARTY. AFP CAN NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, LOCATION, DATE AND CONTENT OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PHOTO IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY AFP.
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000_1LS1Y6.jpg0 viewsAn image grab from a video circulating among local monitoring groups allegedly shows the body of a man who was fatally wounded in helicopter gunfire which was said to kill nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey on October 27, 2019, where "groups linked to the Islamic State group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by - / HO / AFP) / THIS PICTURE WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY A THIRD PARTY. AFP CAN NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, LOCATION, DATE AND CONTENT OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PHOTO IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY AFP.
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000_1LS1Y5.jpg0 viewsAn image grab from a video circulating among local monitoring groups allegedly shows the body of a man who was fatally wounded in helicopter gunfire which was said to kill nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey on October 27, 2019, where "groups linked to the Islamic State group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by - / HO / AFP) / THIS PICTURE WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY A THIRD PARTY. AFP CAN NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, LOCATION, DATE AND CONTENT OF THIS IMAGE. THIS PHOTO IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY AFP.
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000_1LQ4GR.jpg0 viewsA Syrian man rides a motorscycle on October 25, 2019 through a deserted road, exiting the border town of Tal Abyad in northeastern Syria, seized by Turkey-backed forces earlier this month. - Ankara launched a cross-border offensive against the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) militia in northeastern Syria earlier this month. The operaetion ended with a 120-kilometre long area between Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain under the control of Turkey and its Syrian proxies. (Photo by Bakr ALKASEM / AFP)
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000_1LP1Z5.jpg1 viewsA handout picture obtained from the Syrian Kurdish North Press Agency on October 24, 2019 shows Russian military police troops standing next to their armoured vehicles in the northeastern Syrian city of Kobane on October 23, 2019. - Russian forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey this week to ensure Kurdish fighters pull back after a deal between Moscow and Ankara wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. (Photo by - / NORTH PRESS AGENCY / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / NORTH PRESS AGENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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000_1LP1Z4.jpg0 viewsA handout picture obtained from the Syrian Kurdish North Press Agency on October 24, 2019 shows Russian military police troops standing next to their armoured vehicles in the northeastern Syrian city of Kobane on October 23, 2019. - Russian forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey this week to ensure Kurdish fighters pull back after a deal between Moscow and Ankara wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. (Photo by - / NORTH PRESS AGENCY / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / NORTH PRESS AGENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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000_1LP1Z3.jpg0 viewsA handout picture obtained from the Syrian Kurdish North Press Agency on October 24, 2019 shows a Russian military police vehicle driving through the northeastern Syrian city of Kobane on October 23, 2019. - Russian forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey this week to ensure Kurdish fighters pull back after a deal between Moscow and Ankara wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. (Photo by - / NORTH PRESS AGENCY / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / NORTH PRESS AGENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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000_1LO04Z.jpg0 viewsA handout picture released by the Iraq's Defence Ministry shows US Defence Secretary Mark Esper (L) with his Iraqi counterpart Najah al-Shammari upon the Pentagon chief's arrival in Baghdad on October 23, 2019 for talks as Washington pulled out its remaining troops from northern Syria through Iraq. - Shammari addressed in his talks with Esper concerns among some in the Iraqi government that the troops might stay in Iraq, after the country's high command said the previous day that "no authorisation has been given for these (US) troops to remain on Iraqi soil". (Photo by - / IRAQI DEFENCE MINISTRY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRAQI DEFENCE MINISTRY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LO04X.jpg0 viewsA handout picture released by the Iraq's Defence Ministry shows US Defence Secretary Mark Esper (C) upon his arrival for a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart in Baghdad on October 23, 2019 for talks as Washington pulled out its remaining troops from northern Syria through Iraq. - Shammari addressed in his talks with Esper concerns among some in the Iraqi government that the troops might stay in Iraq, after the country's high command said the previous day that "no authorisation has been given for these (US) troops to remain on Iraqi soil". (Photo by - / IRAQI DEFENCE MINISTRY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRAQI DEFENCE MINISTRY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LO04W.jpg0 viewsA handout picture released by the Iraq's Defence Ministry shows US Defence Secretary Mark Esper (L) during a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart Najah al-Shammari (R) upon the Pentagon chief's arrival in Baghdad on October 23, 2019 for talks as Washington pulled out its remaining troops from northern Syria through Iraq. - Shammari addressed in his talks with Esper concerns among some in the Iraqi government that the troops might stay in Iraq, after the country's high command said the previous day that "no authorisation has been given for these (US) troops to remain on Iraqi soil". (Photo by - / IRAQI DEFENCE MINISTRY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRAQI DEFENCE MINISTRY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LN85A.jpg0 viewsLebanese army soldiers remove protestors blocking the main road between the southern city of Sidon and the capital Beirut, on October 23, 2019 as demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades continue. - Tens of thousands of Lebanese protesters kept the country on lockdown, rallying for a sixth consecutive day to demand new leaders despite the government's adoption of an emergency economic rescue plan. Demonstrations initially sparked by a proposed tax on WhatsApp and other messaging apps quickly grew into an unprecedented cross-sectarian street mobilisation against the political class. (Photo by Mahmoud ZAYYAT / AFP)
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000_1LN8SJ.jpg0 viewsLebanese protestors camp near barbed wire set up to protect the government palace as demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, continue on October 23, 2019 in Beirut. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LN8SG.jpg0 viewsLebanese protestors share a meal near barbed wire set up to protect the government palace as demonstrations to demand better living conditions and the ouster of a cast of politicians who have monopolised power and influence for decades, continue on October 23, 2019 in Beirut. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
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000_1LM7WW.jpgLEBANON -0 viewsLebanese protesters scuffle with soldiers as they try to block a main road on the eastern outskirts of the capital Beirut on October 22, 2019. - Lebanese protesters gathered for a sixth consecutive day today, keeping the country on lockdown to demand new leaders despite the government's adoption of an emergency economic rescue plan. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)
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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_1LH9GS.jpg1 viewsIsraeli border guards rush to the scene of 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_1LH9GQ.jpg0 viewsPalestinian protesters throw stones at an armoured Israeli security vehicle amidst clashes 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_1LA53L.jpgIsraeli bulldozers demolish tow houses this morning as it was build without license1 viewsPalestinians evacuate an injured person as protesters clash with Israeli troops near the village of Caisan southeast of the West bank city of Bethlehem where Israeli bulldozers today demolished houses that were reportedly built without a license, on October 10, 2019. (Photo by Musa AL SHAER / AFP)
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000_1KT1P6.jpg0 views(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on September 29, 2019 shows
women walking past a mural painting along the wall of the former US embassy in the Iranian capital Tehran on June 22, 2019 (top) and a young Iranian man walking past a mural painting, partially covered with cement, on the wall of the former US embassy in the capital Tehran on September 29, 2019. - According to Fars news the old murals on the embassy wall will be replaced by new paintings on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the storming by Iranian students of the building that triggered a hostage crisis in 1979. (Photos by ATTA KENARE / AFP)
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000_1KL21Q.jpg0 viewsA handout picture released by the official Syrian presidency Telegram page on September 24 2019 shows President Bashar al-Assad (C-R) meeting with Ali Asghar Khaji (C-L), senior aide for special political affairs for Iran's foreign minister, and his accomapnying delegation in the capital Damascus. (Photo by - / Syrian Presidency Telegram Page / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / SSYRIAN PRESIDENCY TELEGRAM PAGE" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ==
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000_1KJ9HZ.jpg0 viewsA handout picture provided by the Lebanese photo agency Dalati and Nohra shows Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri meeting US treasury assistant secretary for terrorist financing, Marshall Billingslea, at the governmental palace in the Lebanese capital Beirut on September 23, 2019. (Photo by STRINGER / DALATI AND NOHRA / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / DALATI AND NOHRA" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===
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000_1K705K.jpg0 viewsA man checks the damage to a building where displaced Syrians live following a reported Russian air strike on the village of al-Daher in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on September 11, 2019. - Russia carried out air strikes on jihadist targets in northwestern Syria the previous day for the first time since it declared a truce on August 31, a war monitor said. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)
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000_1K705F.jpg1 viewsSyrian boys look at a destroyed sheep pen following a reported Russian air strike in the village of al-Daher in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on September 11, 2019. - Russia carried out air strikes on jihadist targets in northwestern Syria the previous day for the first time since it declared a truce on August 31, a war monitor said. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)
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000_1JY5DZ.jpg0 viewsTunisian former prime minister and presidential hopeful Youssef Chahed speaks during an election campaign in the capital Tunis on September 2, 2019. - Campaigning for Tunisia's presidential elections opened today with 26 candidates vying to replace late leader Beji Caid Essebsi in a vote seen as vital to defending democratic gains in the cradle of the Arab Spring. (Photo by HASNA / AFP)
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000_1JY5DV.jpg0 viewsTunisian former prime minister and presidential hopeful Youssef Chahed speaks during an election campaign in the capital Tunis on September 2, 2019. - Campaigning for Tunisia's presidential elections opened today with 26 candidates vying to replace late leader Beji Caid Essebsi in a vote seen as vital to defending democratic gains in the cradle of the Arab Spring. (Photo by HASNA / AFP)
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000_1JY5DP.jpg0 viewsTunisian former prime minister and presidential hopeful Youssef Chahed speaks during an election campaign in the capital Tunis on September 2, 2019. - Campaigning for Tunisia's presidential elections opened today with 26 candidates vying to replace late leader Beji Caid Essebsi in a vote seen as vital to defending democratic gains in the cradle of the Arab Spring. (Photo by HASNA / AFP)
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000_1JU3UV.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A man mourns over the bodies of his three children and their cousin at a morgue in the basement of a makeshift hospital following a reported airstrike by Syrian regime forces in Maaret al-Numan in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on August 28, 2019. (Photo by Zein Al RIFAI / AFP)
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000_1JU3E4.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Syrian Civil Defence (White Helmets) clear debris during their search for survivors following a reported airstrike by Syrian regime forces in Maaret al-Numan in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on August 28, 2019. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)
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000_1JU3E0.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Syrian Civil Defence (White Helmets) search for survivors following a reported airstrike by Syrian regime forces in Maaret al-Numan in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on August 28, 2019. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)
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000_1JU0QV.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A members of the Syrian Civil Defence (White Helmets) holds a young victim inside an ambulance following a reported airstrike by Syrian regime forces on the town of Maaret al-Numan in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on August 28, 2019. (Photo by Abdulazez Ketaz / AFP)
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