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000_1LW040.jpg0 viewsParamedics shift an injured victim to a hospital in Multan on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province. - At least 65 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with religious pilgrims in Pakistan on on October 31, authorities said. (Photo by MANSOOR ABBAS / AFP)
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000_1LW04I.jpg0 viewsRescue workers bring an injured victim to a hospital in Multan on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province. - At least 71 people were killed and dozens injured after cooking gas cylinders exploded on a train packed with pilgrims in Pakistan on October 31, some dying after leaping from carriages to escape the inferno, authorities said. (Photo by MANSOOR ABBAS / AFP)
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000_1JV6LL.jpg1 viewsTwo migrants force their way into the Spanish territory of Ceuta on August 30, 2019. Over 150 migrants made their way into Ceuta after storming a barbed-wire border fence with Morocco
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000_1JV6IA.jpgSPAIN-MOROCCO-EUROPE-MIGRANTS1 viewsA migrant forces his way into the Spanish territory of Ceuta on August 30, 2019. Over 150 migrants made their way into Ceuta after storming a barbed-wire border fence with Morocco
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000_1JV5Q0.jpg0 viewsThe Spanish military ship "Audaz" arrives from Lampedusa at the Centre for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE), in the port of Algeciras in Campamento near San Roque on August 30, 2019. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP)
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000_1JV4XR.jpg0 viewsMigrants arrive from Lampedusa at the Centre for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE), disembarking from the Spanish military ship "Audaz" in the port of Algeciras in Campamento near San Roque on August 30, 2019. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP)
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000_1JV4XC.jpg0 viewsA migrant arrives from Lampedusa at the Centre for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE), disembarking from the Spanish military ship "Audaz" in the port of Algeciras in Campamento near San Roque on August 30, 2019. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP)
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000_1JV4O1.jpg0 viewsMigrants arrive from Lampedusa at the Centre for Temporary Assistance to Foreigners (CATE), disembarking from the Spanish military ship "Audaz" in the port of Algeciras in Campamento near San Roque on August 30, 2019. (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO / AFP)
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000_1JG2PM.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), stand ready on board of a "rhib", an inflatable dinghy, as they approach an inflatable boat carrying migrants on August 10, 2019, during their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2PK.jpg0 viewsA migrant (L), rescued during the first rescue operation on August 9, helps during the arrival of new migrants aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on August 10, 2019, following their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - According to NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' on August 10, more that 80 migrants were rescued by the Ocean Viking ship off Libya. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2PB.jpg0 viewsNew migrants are welcomed by crew members aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on August 10, 2019, following their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - According to NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' on August 10, more that 80 migrants were rescued by the Ocean Viking ship off Libya. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2PA.jpg0 viewsNew migrants wait to be registered as they arrive aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on August 10, 2019, following their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - According to NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' on August 10, more that 80 migrants were rescued by the Ocean Viking ship off Libya. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2P9.jpg0 viewsNew migrants are welcomed by crew members aboard the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), on August 10, 2019, following their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. - According to NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' on August 10, more that 80 migrants were rescued by the Ocean Viking ship off Libya. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2P8.jpg0 viewsMigrants stand on an inflatable boat on August 10, 2019, during the second rescue operation of crew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1JG2P1.jpg0 viewsCrew members of the 'Ocean Viking' rescue ship, operated by French NGOs SOS Mediterranee and Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF), stand ready on board of a "rhib", an inflatable dinghy, as they approach an inflatable boat carrying migrants on August 10, 2019, during their second rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by Anne CHAON / AFP)
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000_1HF0F5.jpg4 viewsCo-workers of paramedic Mohammed al-Jdaili, who succumbed to his wounds a month after being shot during clashes along the Gaza border, mourn during his funeral in the Bureij refugee camp, in the central Gaza Strip on June 11, 2019. - The Palestinian Red Crescent organisation said in a statement that 36-year-old Jdaili had been hit in the face by a rubber-coated bullet "while performing his humanitarian duties" in northern Gaza on May 3. (Photo by SAID KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1G09C1.jpg3 viewsFirefighters (bottom L) hose down a 23-storey residential building after a fire broke out in Paranaque City in suburban Manila on April 29, 2019. - According to local media reports, six people were injured in the incident, with no deaths reported so far. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1G09C0.jpg1 viewsA firefighter holding his helmet gasps for breath amidst smoke from a 23-storey residential building after a fire broke out in Paranaque City in suburban Manila on April 29, 2019. - According to local media reports, six people were injured in the incident, with no deaths reported so far. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1G09BL.jpg1 viewsResidents watch as black smoke billows from a 23-storey residential building after a fire broke out in Paranaque City in suburban Manila on April 29, 2019. - According to local media reports, six people were injured in the incident, with no deaths reported so far. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1G09BB.jpg1 viewsFirefighters (bottom L) hose down a 23-storey residential building after a fire broke out in Paranaque City in suburban Manila on April 29, 2019. - According to local media reports, six people were injured in the incident, with no deaths reported so far. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1F8507.jpg1 viewsBrazilian firefighters from Minas Gerais state, who took part in the search and rescue works after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine in Brumadinho, load aid boxes onto a Brazilian Air Force plane, before departing from Pampulha airport, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Mozambique, where they will join rescue efforts, following a cyclone that ravaged the African country killing at least 468 people, on March 29, 2019. - The Brazilian troop who is specialized in search and rescue in collapsed structures, landslides an floods as well as in air operations, will be based in the cities of Beira and Dondo the most severely damaged by the disaster. Cyclone Idai arrived in Mozambique on March 15, triggering hurricane-force winds and rain that flooded much of the center of the country and then hit eastern Zimbabwe and Malawi. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1F8500.jpg2 viewsBrazilian firefighters from Minas Gerais state, who took part in the search and rescue works after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine in Brumadinho, load aid boxes onto a Brazilian Air Force plane, before departing from Pampulha airport, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Mozambique, where they will join rescue efforts, following a cyclone that ravaged the African country killing at least 468 people, on March 29, 2019. - The Brazilian troop who is specialized in search and rescue in collapsed structures, landslides an floods as well as in air operations, will be based in the cities of Beira and Dondo the most severely damaged by the disaster. Cyclone Idai arrived in Mozambique on March 15, triggering hurricane-force winds and rain that flooded much of the center of the country and then hit eastern Zimbabwe and Malawi. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1F851S.jpg2 viewsOne of the 20 Brazilian firefighters from Minas Gerais state, who took part in the search and rescue works after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine in Brumadinho, loads aid boxes onto a Brazilian Air Force plane, before departing from Pampulha airport, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Mozambique, where they will join rescue efforts, following a cyclone that ravaged the African country killing at least 468 people, on March 29, 2019. - The Brazilian troop who is specialized in search and rescue in collapsed structures, landslides an floods as well as in air operations, will be based in the cities of Beira and Dondo the most severely damaged by the disaster. Cyclone Idai arrived in Mozambique on March 15, triggering hurricane-force winds and rain that flooded much of the center of the country and then hit eastern Zimbabwe and Malawi. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1F851R.jpg2 viewsBrazilian firefighters from Minas Gerais state, who took part in the search and rescue works after the collapse of a dam at an iron-ore mine in Brumadinho, load aid boxes onto a Brazilian Air Force plane, before departing from Pampulha airport, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Mozambique, where they will join rescue efforts, following a cyclone that ravaged the African country killing at least 468 people, on March 29, 2019. - The Brazilian troop who is specialized in search and rescue in collapsed structures, landslides an floods as well as in air operations, will be based in the cities of Beira and Dondo the most severely damaged by the disaster. Cyclone Idai arrived in Mozambique on March 15, triggering hurricane-force winds and rain that flooded much of the center of the country and then hit eastern Zimbabwe and Malawi. (Photo by DOUGLAS MAGNO / AFP)
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000_1F731W.jpg2 viewsA Bangladeshi firefighter looks on as he stands in front of the burnt building in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1F731V.jpg2 viewsBangladeshi workers clean the wreckage in front of the burnt building in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1F731S.jpg2 viewsWreckage of the burnt building is seen in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1F731R.jpg2 viewsBangladeshi police and firefighters stand guard near the burnt building in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1F731O.jpg2 viewsBangladeshi forensic experts work at the scene of the burnt building along with firefighters in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1F731N.jpg2 viewsBangladeshi forensic experts work at the scene of the burnt building along with firefighters in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1F731M.jpg2 viewsBangladeshi forensic experts work at the scene of the burnt building along with firefighters in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1F731K.jpg2 viewsBangladeshi forensic experts work at the scene of the burnt building in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1F731G.jpg2 viewsBangladehi police and firefighters stand guard at the entrance of the burnt building in Dhaka on March 29, 2019, a day after flames tore through the 22-storey FR Tower. - The death toll from a horrific blaze that ripped through a Bangladesh skyscraper rose on March 29 to 25 victims, including some who leapt to their deaths, as firefighters combed through the charred shell of the building. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1E42SX.jpg4 viewsThe sister (L) of killed Pakistani prisoner Shakir Ullah identifies her brother's body in an ambulance after he was returned by Indian authorities on the India-Pakistan Wagah border on March 2, 2019. The body of the Pakistani prisoner, Shakir Ullah who was in jail since 2001 and was stoned to death by other inmates in Rajasthan’s Jaipur Central Jail mid last month, reached Wagah Border on March 2, local reports said.
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000_1E42SS.jpg4 viewsShahzad (L), brother of killed Pakistani prisoner Shakir Ullah, sits next to his sibling's coffin in an ambulance after the body was returned by Indian authorities on the India-Pakistan Wagah border on March 2, 2019. The body of the Pakistani prisoner, Shakir Ullah who was in jail since 2001 and was stoned to death by other inmates in Rajasthan’s Jaipur Central Jail mid last month, reached Wagah Border on March 2, local reports said.
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000_1DC1ES.jpg3 views(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 12, 2011 rescue workers search for victims after heavy rains caused mudslides in a low-income neughbourhood in Teresopolis, some 100 km from downtown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. - With landslides, fires and collapses of dams, Brazil has been rocked since the beginning of the decade by a series of deadly disasters which could have been prevented. (Photo by VANDERLEI ALMEIDA / AFP)
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000_1D64ER.jpg3 viewsRescued Rohingya refugees pose for photographs at the Border Guard Bangladesh camp in Teknaf on February 8, 2019. - Bangladeshi border guards have rescued 30 Rohingya refugees from a coastal town who were waiting to board on boats which would "take them to Malaysia", an official said on February 8. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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