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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_1LW4J8.jpg2 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4J7.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4J3.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4J0.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IZ.jpg0 viewsAn injured victim is treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IX.jpg0 viewsAn injured victim is treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019 following a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IV.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IQ.jpg0 viewsA men helps an injured victim to drink as he treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1LW4IM.jpg0 viewsInjured victims are treated at a hospital in Bahawalpur on October 31, 2019, after a passenger train caught on fire in Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab Province. - At least 74 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 ARIF ALI / 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_1LW0ZZ.jpg0 viewsRescue workers gather in front of the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0XE.jpg1 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / People gather beside the bodies of train fire victims in a hospital in Rahim Yar Khan, after a passenger train caught on fire on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0SF.jpg0 viewsRescue workers walk past burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0S1.jpg1 viewsPeople gather beside the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0MI.jpg0 viewsSecurity personnel and residents gather on a rail track after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0M1.jpg1 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / People gather beside the bodies of train fire victims in a hospital in Rahim Yar Khan, after a passenger train caught on fire on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0LJ.jpg0 viewsPeople gather beside the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0L6.jpg0 viewsFirefighters work to cool down the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0L2.jpg0 viewsFirefighters work to cool down the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0KP.jpg0 viewsSecurity personnel gather infront of the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0KA.jpg1 viewsFirefighters work to cool down the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LW0K4.jpg0 viewsPeople gather beside the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - 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 Waleed SADDIQUE / AFP)
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000_1LV9P3.jpg1 viewsIn this handout picture taken and release by Punjab Emergency Service Rescue 1122 on October 31, 2019, rescue workers move an injured victim at the site after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province. - At least 65 people were killed and dozens wounded after a passenger train erupted in flames in central Pakistan on October 31, a provincial minister said. (Photo by Handout / Pakistan's Punjab Emergency Service Rescue 1122 / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PAKISTAN'SPUNJAB EMERGENCY SERVICE RESCUE 1122" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LV9O5.jpg0 viewsIn this handout picture taken and release by Punjab Emergency Service Rescue 1122 on October 31, 2019, residents gather beside the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - At least 65 people were killed and dozens wounded after a passenger train erupted in flames in central Pakistan on October 31, a provincial minister said. (Photo by Handout / Pakistan's Punjab Emergency Service Rescue 1122 / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PAKISTAN'SPUNJAB EMERGENCY SERVICE RESCUE 1122" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LV9O4.jpg0 viewsIn this handout picture taken and release by Punjab Emergency Service Rescue 1122 on October 31, 2019, residents gather beside the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - At least 65 people were killed and dozens wounded after a passenger train erupted in flames in central Pakistan on October 31, a provincial minister said. (Photo by Handout / Pakistan's Punjab Emergency Service Rescue 1122 / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / PAKISTAN'SPUNJAB EMERGENCY SERVICE RESCUE 1122" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LV9EJ.jpg0 viewsRescue workers gather beside the burnt-out train carriages after a passenger train caught on fire near Rahim Yar Khan in Punjab province on October 31, 2019. - At least 65 people were killed and dozens wounded after a passenger train erupted in flames in central Pakistan on October 31, a provincial minister said. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LN7BX.jpg0 viewsNurjannah, the mother of air attendant instructor Denny Maulana who was killed when Lion Air flight 610 on October 29, 2018 crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff, speaks to journalists before a meeting between families of victims and Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee in Jakarta on October 23, 2019. - Families of those killed when a Lion Air plane crashed last year met with Indonesian safety regulators on October 23 to be briefed on a final report into the disaster that could be released within days. (Photo by BAY ISMOYO / AFP)
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000_1LN5SP.jpg0 viewsPolice officers and investigators work at the scene where two men were killed in a suspected hand grenade explosion on Pushkinskaya street in downtown Kiev early on October 23, 2019. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)
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000_1LN5SO.jpg0 viewsPolice officers and investigators work at the scene where two men were killed in a suspected hand grenade explosion on Pushkinskaya street in downtown Kiev early on October 23, 2019. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)
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000_1LN5SJ.jpg0 viewsPolice officers and investigators work at the scene where two men were killed in a suspected hand grenade explosion on Pushkinskaya street in downtown Kiev early on October 23, 2019. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)
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000_1LN0H3.jpg0 viewsCEO of US company Lubrizol Eric Schnur attends a hearing by an inquiry commission of The French Senate at The Senate in Paris on October 22, 2019, where he is facing questions on the security of Lubrizol site in the western city of Rouen, following a huge fire last month. - The head of a US chemicals company, Eric Schnur, whose plant in northern France was ravaged by a huge fire last month, spewing a noxious black cloud for miles around, is facing two parliamentary commissions seeking answers on the site's security. The blaze at the plant in Rouen on September 26 sent billowing clouds of soot as far as 22 kilometres (14 miles) away, prompting evacuations and school closures over potential health risks. (Photo by ERIC PIERMONT / AFP)
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000_1LN0GV.jpg0 viewsCEO of US company Lubrizol Eric Schnur attends a hearing by an inquiry commission of The French Senate at The Senate in Paris on October 22, 2019, where he is facing questions on the security of Lubrizol site in the western city of Rouen, following a huge fire last month. - The head of a US chemicals company, Eric Schnur, whose plant in northern France was ravaged by a huge fire last month, spewing a noxious black cloud for miles around, is facing two parliamentary commissions seeking answers on the site's security. The blaze at the plant in Rouen on September 26 sent billowing clouds of soot as far as 22 kilometres (14 miles) away, prompting evacuations and school closures over potential health risks. (Photo by ERIC PIERMONT / AFP)
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000_1LK2HM.jpg0 viewsThis handout picture released by the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry on October 19, 2019, shows a flood after a dam failure at a gold mine near the town of Shchetinkino, about 250 km from the city of Krasnoyarsk. - Fifteen people were killed and another six are still missing after an illegally built dam collapsed at a gold mine in a remote Siberian settlement on October 19, 2019 in the latest deadly accident to hit Russia. (Photo by - / RUSSIAN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS MINISTRY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / RUSSIAN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS MINISTRY" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LK2E3.jpg1 viewsThis handout picture released by the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry on October 19, 2019, shows a flood after a dam failure at a gold mine near the town of Shchetinkino, about 250 km from the city of Krasnoyarsk. - Fifteen people were killed and another six are still missing after an illegally built dam collapsed at a gold mine in a remote Siberian settlement on October 19, 2019 in the latest deadly accident to hit Russia. (Photo by - / RUSSIAN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS MINISTRY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / RUSSIAN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS MINISTRY" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1LI0XY.jpgNigeria-Fuel-Fire1 viewsPeople stand and look at a burnt building after a fire spread to one of the biggest markets in Nigeria following an explosion of a fuel tanker, in Onitsha, Anambra State in southeast Nigeria, on October 17, 2019. - Two casualties have been reported so far with several buildings and lock-up shops damaged. (Photo by UMUKORO OTOBORE / AFP)
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000_1LI0X1.jpgNigeria-Fuel-Fire0 viewsPeople carry a body of a victim after a fire spread to one of the biggest markets in Nigeria following an explosion of a fuel tanker, in Onitsha, Anambra State in southeast Nigeria, on October 17, 2019. - Two casualties have been reported so far with several buildings and lock-up shops damaged. (Photo by UMUKORO OTOBORE / AFP)
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000_1LI0WB.jpgNigeria-Fuel-Fire2 viewsPeople gather at the scene after a fire spread to one of the biggest markets in Nigeria following an explosion of a fuel tanker, in Onitsha, Anambra State in southeast Nigeria, on October 17, 2019. - Two casualties have been reported so far with several buildings and lock-up shops damaged. (Photo by UMUKORO OTOBORE / AFP)
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000_1LI0WA.jpgNigeria-Fuel-Fire0 viewsPeople gather at the scene after a fire spread to one of the biggest markets in Nigeria following an explosion of a fuel tanker, in Onitsha, Anambra State in southeast Nigeria, on October 17, 2019. - Two casualties have been reported so far with several buildings and lock-up shops damaged. (Photo by UMUKORO OTOBORE / AFP)
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000_1LI0W7.jpgNigeria-Fuel-Fire1 viewsPeople gather at the scene after a fire spread to one of the biggest markets in Nigeria following an explosion of a fuel tanker, in Onitsha, Anambra State in southeast Nigeria, on October 17, 2019. - Two casualties have been reported so far with several buildings and lock-up shops damaged. (Photo by UMUKORO OTOBORE / AFP)
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