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000_1LM79S.jpgEnthronement Ceremony Of Emperor Naruhito In Japan2 viewsTOKYO, JAPAN - OCTOBER 22: President of Pakistan, Arif Alvi, and his wife Samina Alvi, leave after attending the Enthronement Ceremony Of Emperor Naruhito of Japan at the Imperial Palace on October 22, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
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063_1177435078.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_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_1LD0U6.jpg1 viewsHindu priests search for salvageable items after floodwaters receded at the Sangam area in Allahabad on October 12, 2019. (Photo by Sanjay Kanojia / AFP)
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000_1LD0U5.jpg1 viewsA Sadhu, Hindu holy man, walks through a muddy area after floodwaters receded at the Sangam area in Allahabad on October 12, 2019. (Photo by Sanjay Kanojia / AFP)
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000_1LD0U4.jpg0 viewsIndian devotees walk along a path after floodwaters receded at the Sangam area in Allahabad on October 12, 2019. (Photo by Sanjay Kanojia / AFP)
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000_1KT063.jpg0 viewsTrucks loaded with ballot boxes and election materials are seen parked before being brought to a counting centre in a warehouse at the IEC headquarter, the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KT057.jpg1 viewsIndependent Election Commission (IEC) workers unload ballot boxes from a truck to be taken to a counting centre the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KT046.jpg0 viewsAn Independent Election Commission (IEC) workers places ballot boxes to be taken to a counting centre in a warehouse the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KT044.jpg0 viewsAn man waits to cross a road the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT042.jpg0 viewsA hoarding with the picture of Afghan politician and former warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar (L) is pictured the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT008.jpg0 viewsAfghan men chat on a roadside the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT05W.jpg0 viewsTrucks loaded with ballot boxes and election materials are seen parked before being brought to a counting centre in a warehouse at the IEC headquarter, the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KT05H.jpg1 viewsIndependent Election Commission (IEC) workers unload ballot boxes from a truck to be taken to a counting centre the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KT005.jpg0 viewsIndependent Election Commission (IEC) workers unload ballot boxes from a truck to be taken to a counting centre the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KT04D.jpg0 viewsResidents walk past a hoarding with the picture of Afghanistan's president Ashraf Ghani the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT03Y.jpg0 viewsAn Afghan man walk past hoardings with the picture of Afghanistan's president Ashraf Ghani the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT03S.jpg0 viewsAn Afghan begger asks for alms along a road the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT3FH.jpg0 viewsA security guard shows his finger marked with ink as he holds a weapon a day after he casts his vote in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT3FG.jpg0 viewsA security guard shows his finger marked with ink as he holds a weapon a day after he casts his vote in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT3FF.jpg0 viewsA security guard shows his finger marked with ink as he holds a weapon a day after he casts his vote in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT002.jpg0 viewsIndependent Election Commission (IEC) workers unload ballot boxes from a truck to be taken to a counting centre the day after Afghanistan held presidential elections, in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KT1X5.jpg1 viewsA girl and a burqa-clad woman walk at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1X4.jpg0 viewsA burqa-clad woman walks at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1UW.jpg0 viewsA girl vendor (2R) carries snacks to sell on a road at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1UT.jpg0 viewsA girl vendor (2R) carries snacks to sell on a road at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1OG.jpg0 viewsChildren carry snacks to sell and water on a road at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1OB.jpg0 viewsChildren carry snacks to sell and water on a road at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1O7.jpg0 viewsA man looks on as he washes clothes at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1O6.jpg0 viewsA shopkeeper looks on as he sits inside his shop at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1O4.jpg0 viewsA child sells boiled eggs at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1O2.jpg0 viewsA shopkeeper looks on as he sits inside his shop at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1NK.jpg0 viewsA girl vendor looks on as she carries snacks to sell at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1N9.jpg1 viewsA girl vendor looks on as she carries snacks to sell at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1LT.jpg0 viewsElders sit on a bench at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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