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000_1LV9FS.jpg0 viewsIndigenous people cry during the funeral of the five indigenous guards killed during an attack by suspected rebels close to a checkpoint in Tacueyo, rural area of Toribio, department of Cauca, Colombia, on October 31, 2019. - Five indigenous guards were killed and six more injured in Colombia Tuesday during an attack authorities blamed on a dissident insurgent group that refused to join the country's peace accord. The guards were attacked soon after capturing three members of a rebel group, who were rescued by other guerrillas in an ambush, Colombia's military said in a statement. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1LV9FO.jpg0 viewsIndigenous people cry during the funeral of the five indigenous guards killed during an attack by suspected rebels close to a checkpoint in Tacueyo, rural area of Toribio, department of Cauca, Colombia, on October 31, 2019. - Five indigenous guards were killed and six more injured in Colombia Tuesday during an attack authorities blamed on a dissident insurgent group that refused to join the country's peace accord. The guards were attacked soon after capturing three members of a rebel group, who were rescued by other guerrillas in an ambush, Colombia's military said in a statement. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1LV9FD.jpg0 viewsIndigenous people carrying their relative's coffin during a funeral for the five indigenous guards killed during an attack by suspected rebels close to a checkpoint in Tacueyo, rural area of Toribio, department of Cauca, Colombia, on October 31, 2019. - Five indigenous guards were killed and six more injured in Colombia Tuesday during an attack authorities blamed on a dissident insurgent group that refused to join the country's peace accord. The guards were attacked soon after capturing three members of a rebel group, who were rescued by other guerrillas in an ambush, Colombia's military said in a statement. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1LV9FB.jpg0 viewsRelatives cry during a funeral for the five indigenous guards killed during an attack by suspected rebels close to a checkpoint in Tacueyo, rural area of Toribio, department of Cauca, Colombia, on October 31, 2019. - Five indigenous guards were killed and six more injured in Colombia Tuesday during an attack authorities blamed on a dissident insurgent group that refused to join the country's peace accord. The guards were attacked soon after capturing three members of a rebel group, who were rescued by other guerrillas in an ambush, Colombia's military said in a statement. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1LV2UL.jpg0 viewsPeople look at the vehicle in which indigenous guards were driving while being attacked by suspected rebels close to a checkpoint in Tacueyo, in the rural area of Toribio, department of Cauca, Colombia, on October 30, 2019. - Five indigenous guards were killed and six more injured in Colombia Tuesday during an attack authorities blamed on a dissident insurgent group that refused to join the country's peace accord. The guards were attacked soon after capturing three members of a rebel group, who were rescued by other guerrillas in an ambush, Colombia's military said in a statement. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1LV2MG.jpg0 viewsPeople look at the vehicle in which indigenous guards were driving while being attacked by suspected rebels close to a checkpoint in Tacueyo, in the rural area of Toribio, department of Cauca, Colombia, on October 30, 2019. - Five indigenous guards were killed and six more injured in Colombia Tuesday during an attack authorities blamed on a dissident insurgent group that refused to join the country's peace accord. The guards were attacked soon after capturing three members of a rebel group, who were rescued by other guerrillas in an ambush, Colombia's military said in a statement. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1LV2J4.jpg0 viewsTurkey-backed Syrian fighters watch as smoke billows in the distance during clashes between Syrian regime forces, and Turkish forces, 15kms east of the northeastern town of Ras al-Ein, on October 30, 2019. (Photo by Nazeer Al-khatib / AFP)
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000_1LV2IU.jpg1 viewsSmoke billows during clashes between Syrian regime forces, and Turkish forces, 15kms east of the northeastern town of Ras al-Ein, on October 30, 2019. (Photo by Nazeer Al-khatib / AFP)
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000_1LV2IQ.jpg0 viewsA convoy of Turkish-backed Syrian fighters follows a Turkish armoured vehicle during clashes between Syrian regime forces, and Turkish forces, 15kms east of the northeastern town of Ras al-Ein, on October 30, 2019. (Photo by Nazeer Al-khatib / AFP)
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000_1LT1XS.jpg1 viewsSyrian Kurds wave flags as they take part in a demonstration against the Turkish assault on northeastern Syria and in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on October 28, 2019. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LT1XP.jpg0 viewsSyrian Kurds wave flags as they take part in a demonstration against the Turkish assault on northeastern Syria and in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on October 28, 2019. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LT1XN.jpg0 viewsSyrian Kurds wave flags as they take part in a demonstration against the Turkish assault on northeastern Syria and in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on October 28, 2019. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LT1XM.jpg0 viewsSyrian Kurds wave flags as they take part in a demonstration against the Turkish assault on northeastern Syria and in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on October 28, 2019. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LT1XL.jpg0 viewsSyrian Kurds wave flags as they take part in a demonstration against the Turkish assault on northeastern Syria and in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on October 28, 2019. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LT1XJ.jpg0 viewsSyrian Kurds wave flags as they take part in a demonstration against the Turkish assault on northeastern Syria and in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on October 28, 2019. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LT1XH.jpg0 viewsA member of the Kurdish internal security services known as Asayish stands guard during a demonstration by Syrian Kurds against the Turkish assault on northeastern Syria and in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), in Syria's northeastern city of Qamishli on October 28, 2019. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LT1UV.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 28, 2019 shows Syrian bikers riding past a damaged car at the site of a suspected US-led operation against Islamic State (IS) chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the previous day, on the edge of the small Syrian village of Barisha in the country's opposition-held northwestern Idlib province. - US President Donald Trump announced that Baghdadi, the elusive leader of the jihadist group and the world's most wanted man, was killed in the early hours of Octobe 27 in an overnight US raid near the village, located less than five kilometres from Turkey and controlled by the dominant jihadist group Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, an organisation that includes former operatives from Al-Qaeda's Syria affiliate. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)
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000_1LT1US.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 28, 2019 shows Syrians sifting through the rubble at the site of a suspected US-led operation against Islamic State (IS) chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the previous day, on the edge of the small Syrian village of Barisha in the country's opposition-held northwestern Idlib province. - US President Donald Trump announced that Baghdadi, the elusive leader of the jihadist group and the world's most wanted man, was killed in the early hours of Octobe 27 in an overnight US raid near the village, located less than five kilometres from Turkey and controlled by the dominant jihadist group Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, an organisation that includes former operatives from Al-Qaeda's Syria affiliate. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)
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000_1LT1U4.jpg0 viewsA picture taken on October 28, 2019 shows Syrians sifting through the rubble at the site of a suspected US-led operation against Islamic State (IS) chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the previous day, on the edge of the small Syrian village of Barisha in the country's opposition-held northwestern Idlib province. - US President Donald Trump announced that Baghdadi, the elusive leader of the jihadist group and the world's most wanted man, was killed in the early hours of Octobe 27 in an overnight US raid near the village, located less than five kilometres from Turkey and controlled by the dominant jihadist group Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, an organisation that includes former operatives from Al-Qaeda's Syria affiliate. (Photo by Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP)
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000_1LS9M9.jpg1 viewsA picture taken on October 28, 2019, shows Syrian locals near a destroyed truck at the spot where Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, the Islamic State (IS) group's spokesman was reportedly killed in a raid in the northern Syrian village of Ayn al-Bayda near Jarablus. The right-hand of Baghdadi and the spokesman for IS, was targeted in a coordinated operation between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) intelligence and the US army, SDF chief Mazloum Abdi said on Twitter.
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000_1LS9M0.jpg1 viewsA picture taken on October 28, 2019, shows Syrian locals checking a destroyed truck at the spot where Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, the Islamic State (IS) group's spokesman was reportedly killed in a raid in the northern Syrian village of Ayn al-Bayda near Jarablus. The right-hand of Baghdadi and the spokesman for IS, was targeted in a coordinated operation between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) intelligence and the US army, SDF chief Mazloum Abdi said on Twitter.
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000_1LS9LX.jpg1 viewsA picture taken on October 28, 2019, shows a Syrian man looking inside a metal container where a charred body was found at the spot where Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, the Islamic State (IS) group's spokesman was reportedly killed in a raid in the northern Syrian village of Ayn al-Bayda near Jarablus. The right-hand of Baghdadi and the spokesman for IS, was targeted in a coordinated operation between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) intelligence and the US army, SDF chief Mazloum Abdi said on Twitter.
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000_1LS9LS.jpg2 viewsA picture taken on October 28, 2019, shows Syrian locals near a destroyed truck at the spot where Abu Hassan al-Muhajir, the Islamic State (IS) group's spokesman was reportedly killed in a raid in the northern Syrian village of Ayn al-Bayda near Jarablus. The right-hand of Baghdadi and the spokesman for IS, was targeted in a coordinated operation between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) intelligence and the US army, SDF chief Mazloum Abdi said on Twitter.
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000_1LS38Z.jpg1 viewsSyrian children walk past a damaged van at the site of helicopter gunfire which reportedly killed nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey, where "groups linked to the Islamic State (IS) group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria, on October 27, 2019. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by Ibrahim YASOUF / AFP)
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000_1LS38T.jpg2 viewsSyrians walk past a damaged van at the site of helicopter gunfire which reportedly killed nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey, where "groups linked to the Islamic State (IS) group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria, on October 27, 2019. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by Ibrahim YASOUF / AFP)
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000_1LS38P.jpg1 viewsSyrian children gather amidst the rubble of a building at the site of helicopter gunfire which reportedly killed nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey, where "groups linked to the Islamic State (IS) group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria, on October 27, 2019. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by Ibrahim YASOUF / AFP)
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000_1LS38N.jpg0 viewsSyrians gather amidst the rubble of a building at the site of helicopter gunfire which reportedly killed nine people near the northwestern Syrian village of Barisha in the Idlib province along the border with Turkey, where "groups linked to the Islamic State (IS) group" were present, according to a Britain-based war monitor with sources inside Syria, on October 27, 2019. - The helicopters targeted a home and a car on the outskirts of Barisha, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, after US media said IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be dead following a US military raid in the same province. Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said the helicopters likely belonged to the US-led military coalition that has been fighting the extremist group in Syria. (Photo by Ibrahim YASOUF / AFP)
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000_1LS3N2.jpg0 viewsFighters from the Syrian Democratic Forces (IDF) gather in their military vehicles as they withdraw from the Sanjak Saadoun border area near the northern Syrian town of Amuda, on October 27, 2019. - Kurdish forces today said they will redeploy away from the entire length of Syria's nothern border in compliance with a Russian-Turkish agreement that will see them replaced by Damascus-backed forces. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LS3N0.jpg0 viewsA member of the Russian military police walks by a fighter from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) standing atop a military vehicle as SFD fighters withdraw from the Sanjak Saadoun border area near the northern Syrian town of Amuda, on October 27, 2019. - Kurdish forces today said they will redeploy away from the entire length of Syria's nothern border in compliance with a Russian-Turkish agreement that will see them replaced by Damascus-backed forces. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LS3MT.jpg0 viewsFighters from the Syrian Democratic Forces (IDF) gather in their military vehicles as they withdraw from the Sanjak Saadoun border area near the northern Syrian town of Amuda, on October 27, 2019. - Kurdish forces today said they will redeploy away from the entire length of Syria's nothern border in compliance with a Russian-Turkish agreement that will see them replaced by Damascus-backed forces. (Photo by Delil SOULEIMAN / AFP)
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000_1LQ5CG.jpg0 viewsA Turkey-backed Syrian fighter walks in the northeastern town of Tal Abyad on October 25, 2019, after Kurdish forces left several positions along the long border with Turkey, complying with a deal that sees Damascus, Ankara and Moscow carve up their now-defunct autonomous region. - As the pro-Turkish fighters controlled the area around Tal Abyad, Russian forces started patrols along the flashpoint border, near Kobane, filling the vacuum left by a US troop withdrawal that effectively handed back a third of the country to the Moscow-backed regime of President Bashar al-Assad. (Photo by Zein Al RIFAI / AFP)
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000_1LQ5CF.jpg1 viewsTurkey-backed Syrian fighters walk in the northeastern town of Tal Abyad on October 25, 2019, after Kurdish forces left several positions along the long border with Turkey, complying with a deal that sees Damascus, Ankara and Moscow carve up their now-defunct autonomous region. - As the pro-Turkish fighters controlled the area around Tal Abyad, Russian forces started patrols along the flashpoint border, near Kobane, filling the vacuum left by a US troop withdrawal that effectively handed back a third of the country to the Moscow-backed regime of President Bashar al-Assad. (Photo by Zein Al RIFAI / AFP)
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000_1LQ1E8.jpg0 viewsIn this image grab from AFP footage, Syrian regime troops patrol an area on the outskirts of the northern Syrian border town of Kobane (also known in Arabic as Ain Arab)late on October 24, 2019. - Turkey's October 9 assault on Kurdish areas in northeaster Syria was made possible by a pullback of US troops deployed along the border as a buffer force between their NATO ally Turkey and the Kurdish fighters of the Syrian Democratic Froces (SDF) earlier this month. The regime has since deployed in the border town of Kobane as well as the town of Manbij further south, without clashing with Turkish forces. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LQ1E5.jpg0 viewsIn this image grab from AFP footage, a convoy of Syrian regime troops arrives in the northern border town of Kobane (also known in Arabic as Ain Arab) late on October 24, 2019. - Turkey's October 9 assault on Kurdish areas in northeaster Syria was made possible by a pullback of US troops deployed along the border as a buffer force between their NATO ally Turkey and the Kurdish fighters of the Syrian Democratic Froces (SDF) earlier this month. The regime has since deployed in the border town of Kobane as well as the town of Manbij further south, without clashing with Turkish forces. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LO188.jpg0 viewsTurkish soldiers patrol the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Tal Abyad on October 23, 2019. - Moscow's forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey today to ensure Kurdish fighters are pulling back after a Turkish-Russian deal wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. Kurdish forces, who controlled close to a third of Syria two weeks ago, have now lost almost everything, after the agreement signed in Sochi granted Turkey the right to remain fully deployed in an Arab-majority area that was the main target of an offensive launched on October 9. (Photo by Bakr ALKASEM / AFP)
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000_1LO187.jpg0 viewsTurkish soldiers patrol the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Tal Abyad, on the border between Syria and Turkey, on October 23, 2019. - Moscow's forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey today to ensure Kurdish fighters are pulling back after a Turkish-Russian deal wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. Kurdish forces, who controlled close to a third of Syria two weeks ago, have now lost almost everything, after the agreement signed in Sochi granted Turkey the right to remain fully deployed in an Arab-majority area that was the main target of an offensive launched on October 9. (Photo by Bakr ALKASEM / AFP)
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000_1LO186.jpg0 viewsTurkish soldiers patrol the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Tal Abyad, on the border between Syria and Turkey, on October 23, 2019. - Moscow's forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey today to ensure Kurdish fighters are pulling back after a Turkish-Russian deal wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. Kurdish forces, who controlled close to a third of Syria two weeks ago, have now lost almost everything, after the agreement signed in Sochi granted Turkey the right to remain fully deployed in an Arab-majority area that was the main target of an offensive launched on October 9. (Photo by Bakr ALKASEM / AFP)
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000_1LO183.jpg0 viewsTurkish soldiers and Turkey-back Syrian fighters patrol the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Tal Abyad, on the border between Syria and Turkey, on October 23, 2019. - Moscow's forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey today to ensure Kurdish fighters are pulling back after a Turkish-Russian deal wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. Kurdish forces, who controlled close to a third of Syria two weeks ago, have now lost almost everything, after the agreement signed in Sochi granted Turkey the right to remain fully deployed in an Arab-majority area that was the main target of an offensive launched on October 9. (Photo by Bakr ALKASEM / AFP)
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000_1LO182.jpg0 viewsTurkish soldiers patrol the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Tal Abyad, on the border between Syria and Turkey, on October 23, 2019. - Moscow's forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey today to ensure Kurdish fighters are pulling back after a Turkish-Russian deal wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. Kurdish forces, who controlled close to a third of Syria two weeks ago, have now lost almost everything, after the agreement signed in Sochi granted Turkey the right to remain fully deployed in an Arab-majority area that was the main target of an offensive launched on October 9. (Photo by Bakr ALKASEM / AFP)
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000_1LO17K.jpg0 viewsTurkish soldiers patrol the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Tal Abyad, on the border between Syria and Turkey, on October 23, 2019. - Moscow's forces in Syria headed for the border with Turkey today to ensure Kurdish fighters are pulling back after a Turkish-Russian deal wrested control of the Kurds' entire heartland. Kurdish forces, who controlled close to a third of Syria two weeks ago, have now lost almost everything, after the agreement signed in Sochi granted Turkey the right to remain fully deployed in an Arab-majority area that was the main target of an offensive launched on October 9. (Photo by Bakr ALKASEM / AFP)
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