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000_1JW6ZQ.jpg0 viewsEkrem Imamoglu (C,R), the new Mayor of Istanbul from Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) poses with a picture of modern Turkey founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk he brings as a gift for the removed mayor of Diyarbakir, Adnan Selcuk Mizrakli (not pictured) during his visit on August 31, 2019, in Diyarbakir. - The mayors of Diyarbakir, Mardin and Van provinces in eastern Turkey -- all members of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) elected in March -- were suspended over alleged ties to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). (Photo by Ilyas AKENGIN / AFP)
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063_1161345715.jpgCory Booker Attends Grassroots Fundraiser In New York City0 viewsNEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 12: Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) poses for selfies with supporters at a campaign fundraising event at the nightclub Slate in the Flatiron District August 12, 2019 in New York City. Entrance to the fundraiser was $25 per person. Drew Angerer/Getty Images/AFP
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000_1JD63V.jpg1 viewsMembers of the Communist Party of India are detained by police at a protest in Hyderabad on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. - A protester died after being chased by police during a curfew in Kashmir's main city, left in turmoil by an Indian government move to tighten control over the restive region, a police official said August 7. (Photo by NOAH SEELAM / AFP)
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000_1JD63S.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Communist Party of India are detained by police at a protest in Hyderabad on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. - A protester died after being chased by police during a curfew in Kashmir's main city, left in turmoil by an Indian government move to tighten control over the restive region, a police official said August 7. (Photo by NOAH SEELAM / AFP)
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000_1JD63R.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Communist Party of India take part in a protest in Hyderabad on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. - A protester died after being chased by police during a curfew in Kashmir's main city, left in turmoil by an Indian government move to tighten control over the restive region, a police official said August 7. (Photo by NOAH SEELAM / AFP)
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000_1JD63Q.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Communist Party of India take part in a protest in Hyderabad on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. - A protester died after being chased by police during a curfew in Kashmir's main city, left in turmoil by an Indian government move to tighten control over the restive region, a police official said August 7. (Photo by NOAH SEELAM / AFP)
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000_1JD6AE.jpg0 viewsCommunist Party of India (CPI) activists take part in a protest in New Delhi on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by Prakash SINGH / AFP)
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000_1JD6AB.jpg0 viewsCommunist Party of India (CPI) activists draw graffiti on the ground during a protest in New Delhi on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by Prakash SINGH / AFP)
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000_1JD6A7.jpg0 viewsCommunist Party of India (CPI) activists take part in a protest in New Delhi on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by Prakash SINGH / AFP)
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000_1JD6A6.jpg0 viewsCommunist Party of India (CPI) activists take part in a protest in New Delhi on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by Prakash SINGH / AFP)
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000_1JD6A4.jpg0 viewsCommunist Party of India (CPI) leaders Vrindra Karat (L) and D. Raja (R) take part in a protest in New Delhi on August 7, 2019, in reaction to the Indian government scrapping Article 370 that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir. (Photo by Prakash SINGH / AFP)
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000_1J8814.jpg0 viewsDemocratic presidential hopefuls (L-R) US Senator from Colorado Michael Bennet, US Senator from New York Kirsten Gillibrand, former US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro, US Senator from New Jersey Cory Booker, former Vice President Joe Biden, US Senator from California Kamala Harris, US entrepreneur Andrew Yang, US Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district Tulsi Gabbard, Governor of Washington Jay Inslee and Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio participate in the second round of the second Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season hosted by CNN at the Fox Theatre in Detroit, Michigan on July 31, 2019. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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000_1IX5WH.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI) march during a protest in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5WF.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI) march during a protest in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5VC.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI) shout slogans as they march during a protest in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5RN.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI) march during a protest in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5RJ.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI) march during a protest in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5RH.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI) shout slogans as they march during a protest in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5RF.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI) shout slogans as they march during a protest in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5RE.jpg0 viewsSupporters of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI) march during a protest in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5RD.jpg0 viewsSirajul Haq (C-R), Chief of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI), gestures to supporters as he leads a protest march in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5RB.jpg0 viewsSirajul Haq (R), Chief of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI), gestures to supporters as he leads a protest march in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5R8.jpg0 viewsSirajul Haq (R), Chief of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI), gestures to supporters as he leads a protest march in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5R6.jpg0 viewsSirajul Haq (C-R), Chief of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI), gestures to supporters as he leads a protest march in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5R0.jpg0 viewsSirajul Haq (R), Chief of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI), gestures as he leads a protest march in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IX5QU.jpg0 viewsSirajul Haq (R), Chief of the Pakistani political and Islamic party Jammat-e-Islami (JI), gestures to suppoeters as he leads a protest march in Rawalpindi on July 19, 2019. - The JI march was held to protest over the Imran Khan's government, price hike and economic crisis in the country. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)
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000_1IK514.jpg0 viewsFormer prime minister and Janatha Dal (Secular) Supremo, H.D. Deve Gowda (R) and Congress leader K.C. Venugopal (C behind) look on as former chief minister Siddaramaiah (L) speaks to supporters during a demonstration staged by Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK512.jpg0 viewsFormer Indian Prime Minister and Janatha Dal (Secular) Supremo H.D. Deve Gowda (C) reacts next to Congress leaders Siddaramaiah (L), K.C. Venugopal (2L) and Ghulam Nabi Azad (R) during a demonstration staged by Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of Congress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK505.jpg0 viewsBharatiya Janatha Party (BJP) Karnataka state president B. S. Yediyurappa (C) speaks to BJP supporters and leaders during a demonstration at the Vidhana Soudha (seat of the state legislature) against the Congress-Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK501.jpg0 viewsBharatiya Janatha Party (BJP) workers along with their leaders and Karnataka state president B. S. Yediyurappa (C) stage a demonstration at the Vidhana Soudha (seat of the state legislature) against the Congress-Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK51I.jpg0 viewsSenior Congress leaders, former chief minister Siddaramaiah (C) and K.C. Venugopal (R) sit in during a demonstration staged by Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK51E.jpg0 viewsSupporters of Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) shout slogans as they are taken into preventive custody by the police during a demonstration staged by the parties coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party (BJP) and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK51A.jpg0 viewsSenior Congress leader and former chief minister Siddaramaiah (C) walks among supporters during a demonstration staged by Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK50Z.jpg0 viewsFormer chief minister and Congress leader Siddaramaiah speaks supporters during a demonstration staged by Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK50W.jpg0 viewsSupporters of Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government participate in a demonstration staged by the parties coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party (BJP) and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK50P.jpg0 viewsFormer chief minister and Congress leader Siddaramaiah (C) speaks to supporters during a demonstration staged by Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IK50J.jpg0 viewsA protestor holds a placard during a demonstration staged by Karnataka Congress and Janatha Dal (Secular) coalition government against the Bharatiya Janatha Party and its alleged horse trading, in Bangalore on July 10, 2019. - The one-year-old coalition government of COngress and Janatha Dal in Karnataka has been fighting for survival after 14 of its MLAs have submitted resignations leading to a political turmoil in the state. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1IC089.jpg0 viewsConservative MP and leadership contender Boris Johnson shears a sheep during his visit to Nosterfield farm near Ripon, north east England on July 4, 2019. - Britain's leadership contest is taking the two contenders on a month-long nationwide tour where they will each attempt to reach out to grassroots Conservatives in their bid to become prime minister. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / various sources / AFP)
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000_1IC09O.jpg0 viewsConservative MP and leadership contender Boris Johnson (2L) watches as a sheep is sheared during his visit to Nosterfield farm near Ripon, north east England on July 4, 2019. - Britain's leadership contest is taking the two contenders on a month-long nationwide tour where they will each attempt to reach out to grassroots Conservatives in their bid to become prime minister. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / various sources / AFP)
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