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000_1JM4YL~0.jpg0 viewsSudan's deposed military ruler Omar al-Bashir stands in a defendant's cage during the opening of his corruption trial in Khartoum on August 19, 2019. - Bashir has admitted to receiving $90 million in cash from Saudi monarchs, an investigator told a Khartoum court today. (Photo by Ebrahim HAMID / AFP)
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000_1LF7LV.jpg0 viewsCatalan leader in exile Carles Puigdemont (3rdR) attends a protest in Brussels after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders from Catalonia, on October 15, 2019. - Thousands of angry protesters took to the streets in Catalonia after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in jail for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. As the news broke, demonstrators turned out en masse, blocking streets in Barcelona and elsewhere as police braced for what activists said would be a mass response of civil disobedience. (Photo by JASPER JACOBS / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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000_1LF7LU.jpg0 viewsProtesters demonstrate in Brussels after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders from Catalonia, on October 15, 2019. - Thousands of angry protesters took to the streets in Catalonia after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in jail for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. As the news broke, demonstrators turned out en masse, blocking streets in Barcelona and elsewhere as police braced for what activists said would be a mass response of civil disobedience. (Photo by JASPER JACOBS / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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000_1LF7LQ.jpg1 viewsProtesters demonstrate in Brussels after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders from Catalonia, on October 15, 2019. - Thousands of angry protesters took to the streets in Catalonia after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in jail for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. As the news broke, demonstrators turned out en masse, blocking streets in Barcelona and elsewhere as police braced for what activists said would be a mass response of civil disobedience. (Photo by JASPER JACOBS / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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000_1LF7JQ.jpg0 viewsA protester waves a Catalan flag during a demonstration in Brussels after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine separatist leaders from Catalonia, on October 15, 2019. - Thousands of angry protesters took to the streets in Catalonia after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between nine and 13 years in jail for sedition over the failed 2017 independence bid. As the news broke, demonstrators turned out en masse, blocking streets in Barcelona and elsewhere as police braced for what activists said would be a mass response of civil disobedience. (Photo by JASPER JACOBS / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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000_1L73PG.jpg0 viewsFrench lawyer of the victims' families, Olivier Morice arrives at Paris courthouse on October 7, 2019 on the first day of the trial for the financial aspect of "the Karachi case", an alleged arms deal kickbacks said to have funded the 1995 presidential campaign of Edouard Balladur. - The claims came to light during an investigation into a 2002 bombing in Karachi, Pakistan, which targeted a bus transporting French engineers. (Photo by Thomas SAMSON / AFP)
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000_1L73OP.jpg0 viewsFranco-Lebanese businessman Ziad Takieddine (R) arrives at Paris courthouse on October 7, 2019 on the first day of the trial for the financial aspect of "the Karachi case", an alleged arms deal kickbacks said to have funded the 1995 presidential campaign of Edouard Balladur. - The claims came to light during an investigation into a 2002 bombing in Karachi, Pakistan, which targeted a bus transporting French engineers. (Photo by Thomas SAMSON / AFP)
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000_1L73O2.jpg0 viewsFamilies of the victims of May 8, 2002 car bombing outside Karachi's Sheraton Hotel arrive at Paris courthouse on October 7, 2019 on the first day of the trial for the financial aspect of "the Karachi case", an alleged arms deal kickbacks said to have funded the 1995 presidential campaign of Edouard Balladur. - The claims came to light during an investigation into a 2002 bombing in Karachi, Pakistan, which targeted a bus transporting French engineers. (Photo by Bertrand GUAY / AFP)
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000_1L73NL.jpg0 viewsFrench lawyer of the victims' families, Olivier Morice (2ndL) and his clients arrive at Paris courthouse on October 7, 2019 on the first day of the trial for the financial aspect of "the Karachi case", an alleged arms deal kickbacks said to have funded the 1995 presidential campaign of Edouard Balladur. - The claims came to light during an investigation into a 2002 bombing in Karachi, Pakistan, which targeted a bus transporting French engineers. (Photo by Bertrand GUAY / AFP)
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000_1L73GT.jpg0 viewsThierry Gaubert, a former advisor of former French President in the 90's arrives at Paris courthouse on October 7, 2019 on the first day of the trial for the financial aspect of "the Karachi case", an alleged arms deal kickbacks said to have funded the 1995 presidential campaign of Edouard Balladur. - The claims came to light during an investigation into a 2002 bombing in Karachi, Pakistan, which targeted a bus transporting French engineers. (Photo by Bertrand GUAY / AFP)
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000_1L73GG.jpg0 viewsFormer Prime Minister Edouard Balladur's former cabinet chief and presidential campaign manager, Nicolas Bazire arrives at Paris courthouse on October 7, 2019 on the first day of the trial for the financial aspect of "the Karachi case", an alleged arms deal kickbacks said to have funded the 1995 presidential campaign of Edouard Balladur. - The claims came to light during an investigation into a 2002 bombing in Karachi, Pakistan, which targeted a bus transporting French engineers. (Photo by Bertrand GUAY / AFP)
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000_1L73GD.jpg0 viewsFormer Prime Minister Edouard Balladur's former cabinet chief and presidential campaign manager, Nicolas Bazire (C) arrives at Paris courthouse on October 7, 2019 on the first day of the trial for the financial aspect of "the Karachi case", an alleged arms deal kickbacks said to have funded the 1995 presidential campaign of Edouard Balladur. - The claims came to light during an investigation into a 2002 bombing in Karachi, Pakistan, which targeted a bus transporting French engineers. (Photo by Bertrand GUAY / AFP)
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000_1L71UH.jpg0 viewsTerror charged Philip Manshaus gives a Nazi salute as he appears for his hearing at a courthouse in Oslo on 7 October, 2019. (Photo by Heiko Junge / NTB Scanpix / AFP) / Norway OUT
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000_1KL9WS.jpg0 viewsDefendants accused of rioting shield their faces with umbrellas as they arrive at the west Kowloon law courts in Hong Kong on September 25, 2019. - The city has been convulsed by 16 straight weekends of sometimes violent rallies calling for greater democratic freedoms and police accountability. The movement is the biggest challenge to China's rule since Hong Kong was handed back by Britain in 1997 and shows no sign of ending, with city leaders and Beijing taking a hard line. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP)
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000_1KL9WR.jpg0 viewsDefendants accused of rioting shield their faces with umbrellas as they arrive at the west Kowloon law courts in Hong Kong on September 25, 2019. - The city has been convulsed by 16 straight weekends of sometimes violent rallies calling for greater democratic freedoms and police accountability. The movement is the biggest challenge to China's rule since Hong Kong was handed back by Britain in 1997 and shows no sign of ending, with city leaders and Beijing taking a hard line. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP)
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000_1KG3DI.jpg1 viewsPeople walk outside of Istanbul's courthouse on September 20, 2019 during the trial of dozens of defendants, two reporters of the US news agency Bloomberg. - Two Bloomberg reporters went on trial in a Turkish court Friday, facing up to five years in prison over claims they tried to sabotage the economy with an article about last year's currency crisis. They were among dozens of defendants, including some who had simply written jokes about the currency crisis on Twitter. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1KG3D3.jpg0 viewsPeople walk outside of Istanbul's courthouse on September 20, 2019 during the trial of dozens of defendants, two reporters of the US news agency Bloomberg. - Two Bloomberg reporters went on trial in a Turkish court Friday, facing up to five years in prison over claims they tried to sabotage the economy with an article about last year's currency crisis. They were among dozens of defendants, including some who had simply written jokes about the currency crisis on Twitter. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1KG3CQ.jpg0 viewsA security member stands guard outside of Istanbul's courthouse on September 20, 2019 during the trial of dozens of defendants, two reporters of the US news agency Bloomberg. - Two Bloomberg reporters went on trial in a Turkish court Friday, facing up to five years in prison over claims they tried to sabotage the economy with an article about last year's currency crisis. They were among dozens of defendants, including some who had simply written jokes about the currency crisis on Twitter. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1KG3BY.jpg0 viewsTurkish journalist Mustafa Sonmez defendants speaks to the press outside the Istanbul's courthouse on September 20, 2019 following the trial of dozens of defendants, two reporters of the US news agency Bloomberg. - Two Bloomberg reporters went on trial in a Turkish court Friday, facing up to five years in prison over claims they tried to sabotage the economy with an article about last year's currency crisis. They were among dozens of defendants, including some who had simply written jokes about the currency crisis on Twitter. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)
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000_1KF3GG.jpg0 viewsDocuments are wheeled out of the Supreme court in central London on the third and final day of the hearing into the decision by the government to prorogue parliament on September 19, 2019. - Supreme Court judges will rule early next week on whether British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit was lawful, the court's president said Thursday. (Photo by Tolga Akmen / AFP)
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000_1KF3AN.jpg0 viewsThe government's barrister, James Eadie leaves the Supreme court in central London on the third and final day of the hearing into the decision by the government to prorogue parliament on September 19, 2019. - Supreme Court judges will rule early next week on whether British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit was lawful, the court's president said Thursday. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)
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000_1KF3AL.jpg0 viewsThe government's barrister, James Eadie leaves the Supreme court in central London on the third and final day of the hearing into the decision by the government to prorogue parliament on September 19, 2019. - Supreme Court judges will rule early next week on whether British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit was lawful, the court's president said Thursday. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)
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000_1KF3A4.jpg0 viewsAnti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller leaves the Supreme court in central London on the third and final day of the hearing into the decision by the government to prorogue parliament on September 19, 2019. - Supreme Court judges will rule early next week on whether British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit was lawful, the court's president said Thursday. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)
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000_1KF1OO.jpg0 viewsFrance's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) President Jean-Luc Melenchon reacts outside the courthouse in Bobigny, north of the French capital Paris on September 19, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders went on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by Clemence CURTY / AFP)
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000_1KF1LE.jpg0 viewsFrance's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) President Jean-Luc Melenchon (C) is surrounded by journalists as he leaves after leaving the courthouse in Bobigny, north of the French capital Paris on September 19, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders went on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by Clemence CURTY / AFP)
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000_1KF1LB.jpg0 viewsFrance's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) President Jean-Luc Melenchon leaves the courthouse in Bobigny, north of the French capital Paris on September 19, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders went on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by Clemence CURTY / AFP)
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000_1KF0GA.jpg0 viewsA woman uses her mobile phone to take a photograph of France's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) President Jean-Luc Melenchon leaves the courthouse in Bobigny, north of the French capital Paris on September 19, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders went on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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000_1KF0FX.jpg0 viewsA police officer holds back people and the press to allow France's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) President Jean-Luc Melenchon to leave the courthouse in Bobigny, north of the French capital Paris on September 19, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders went on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT / AFP)
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000_1KF0F6.jpg0 viewsFrance's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) President Jean-Luc Melenchon leaves the courthouse in Bobigny, north of the French capital Paris on September 19, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders went on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT / AFP)
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000_1KE948.jpg0 viewsFrance's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) president Jean-Luc Melenchon (R) with state councillor Bernard Pignerol (C) and LFI public relations manager Muriel Rozenfeld (L) arrive at the courthouse in Bobigny, north of the French capital Paris on September 19, 2019, on the opening day of their trial for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1KE947.jpg0 viewsFrance's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) president Jean-Luc Melenchon (2ndR) arrives at the courthouse in Bobigny on September 19, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders will go on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1KE9YL.jpg0 viewsA court sketch made on September 19, 2019 shows France's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) President Jean-Luc Melenchon standing inside the courtroom in Bobigny, north of the French capital Paris. - Melenchon and five other party leaders went on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by Benoit PEYRUCQ / AFP)
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000_1K8333.jpg0 viewsFrance's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) president Jean-Luc Melenchon leaves after a press conference in Paris on September 12, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders will go on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by Lionel BONAVENTURE / AFP)
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000_1K82VK.jpg0 viewsFrance's leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) president Jean-Luc Melenchon (C) addresses a press conference with fellow LFI members of parliament Alexis Corbiere (L) and Mathilde Panot (R) in Paris on September 12, 2019. - Melenchon and five other party leaders will go on trial on September 19 for "act of rebellion" during a police search of LFI's headquarters on October 2018 as part of an prosecution into suspected campaign financing violations and EU parliament assistants "fake jobs." (Photo by Lionel BONAVENTURE / AFP)
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000_1K709H.jpg1 viewsEcology activist Cecile Marchand (2nd-L), one of eight activists charged with "robbery in collusion" after they removed portraits of French president Emmanuel Macron in several Paris district's cityhalls in February, answers the press prior to her trial at the courthouse in Paris on September 11, 2019. (Photo by STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP)
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000_1K707G.jpg0 viewsEcology activists charged with "robbery in collusion" after they removed portraits of French president Emmanuel Macron in several Paris district's cityhalls in February, wait for their trial at the courthouse in Paris on September 11, 2019. (Photo by STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP)
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000_1K70IK.jpg0 viewsEcology activists charged with "robbery in collusion" after they removed portraits of French president Emmanuel Macron in several Paris district's cityhalls in February, pose for a family picture before their trial at the courthouse in Paris on September 11, 2019. (Photo by STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP)
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000_1K5188.jpg0 viewsTerror charged Philip Manshaus (C) is flanked by his lawyers Unni Fries (L) and Audun Beckstrom (R) as he appears for his hearing at a courthouse in Oslo on September 9, 2019. - Philip Manshaus is suspected of murder in the death of his 17-year-old stepsister and attempted murder at a shooting at the the Al-Noor mosque in the Oslo suburb of Baerum in August 2019. (Photo by Heiko Junge / NTB Scanpix / AFP) / Norway OUT
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000_1K50VO.jpg0 viewsTerror charged Philip Manshaus gives a Nazi salute as he appears for his hearing at a courthouse in Oslo on September 9, 2019. - Philip Manshaus is suspected of murder in the death of his 17-year-old stepsister and attempted murder at a shooting at the the Al-Noor mosque in the Oslo suburb of Baerum in August 2019. (Photo by Heiko Junge / NTB Scanpix / AFP) / Norway OUT
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000_1K138V.jpg0 viewsDutch PVV far-right party leader Geert Wilders in the courtroom prior to the appeal in the criminal case against Wilders at a courtroom in Schiphol, on July 5, 2019. - Geert Wilders is on trial for a statement he made in 2014, in which he asked the public whether they wanted fewer Moroccans. (Photo by Remko de Waal / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT
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