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000_1LF63L.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma (C) leaves the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he appeared on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by MICHELE SPATARI / POOL / AFP)
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000_1LF7K0.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma (C) addresses his supporters outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is appearing on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by Michele Spatari / AFP)
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000_1LF7J4.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma supporters gather outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is appearing on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by Michele Spatari / AFP)
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000_1LF7IV.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma supporters gather outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is appearing on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by Michele Spatari / AFP)
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000_1LF7IQ.jpg1 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma (2-L) leaves the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is appearing on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by Michele Spatari / AFP)
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000_1LF7IJ.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma (C) appears in the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is appearing on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by Michele Spatari / POOL / AFP)
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000_1LF7IH.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma (C) appears in the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is appearing on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by Michele Spatari / POOL / AFP)
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000_1LF7HP.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma (C) in the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is appearing on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by Michele Spatari / POOL / AFP)
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000_1LF7HO.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma (C) appears in the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he is appearing on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by Michele Spatari / POOL / AFP)
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000_1LF5ZW.jpg0 viewsSouth Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma (C) leaves the Pietermaritzburg High Court where he appeared on corruption charges, in what would be the first time he faces trial for graft despite multiple accusations, in Pietermaritzburg on October 15, 2019. - Zuma stands accused of taking kickbacks before he became president from a 51-billion-rand ($3.4-billion) purchase of fighter jets, patrol boats and military equipment manufactured by five European firms, including French defence company Thales. (Photo by MICHELE SPATARI / AFP)
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000_1LB6S3.jpg0 viewsFormer South African President Jacob Zuma is pictured at the High Court, where he is seeking a permanent stay of prosecution on charges of corruption, in Pietermaritzburg on October 11, 2019, . - The high court has dismissed with costs the appilcation for a permanent stay of prosecution by Zuma and his co-accused French Arms Company ,Thales. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1L61RN.jpg0 viewsRapid Action Battalion (RAB) escort ruling party leader Ismail Hossain Samrat following his arrest in Dhaka on October 6, 2019. - A prominent Bangladesh ruling party politician with alleged links to the capital's underworld was arrested on October 6 in a sweeping anti-graft drive championed by the prime minister, amid corruption accusations against her government. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1L61RM.jpg0 viewsRapid Action Battalion (RAB) escort ruling party leader Ismail Hossain Samrat following his arrest in Dhaka on October 6, 2019. - A prominent Bangladesh ruling party politician with alleged links to the capital's underworld was arrested on October 6 in a sweeping anti-graft drive championed by the prime minister, amid corruption accusations against her government. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)
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000_1KN6VP.jpg1 viewsStudent protesters gather in front of the people's representative council (DPR) during a rally against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission in Banda Aceh on September 26, 2019. - Hundreds of Indonesians gathered in several major centres across the archipelago on September 26 as authorities braced for more violent opposition to a major overhaul of the criminal code. (Photo by CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP)
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000_1KN6OL.jpg0 viewsStudent protesters gather in front of the people's representative council (DPR) during a rally against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission in Banda Aceh on September 26, 2019. - Hundreds of Indonesians gathered in several major centres across the archipelago on September 26 as authorities braced for more violent opposition to a major overhaul of the criminal code. (Photo by CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN / AFP)
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000_1KL1YL.jpg0 viewsA protester hurls rocks at riot police in Bandung on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Timur Matahari / AFP)
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000_1KL1YK.jpg0 viewsIndonesian protesters set a fire during a demonstration in Bandung on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Timur Matahari / AFP)
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000_1KL1YJ.jpg0 viewsIndonesian riot police face off with protesters in Bandung on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Timur Matahari / AFP)
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000_1KK930.jpg0 viewsStudent protesters try to flee the area from tear gas during a demonstration against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK929.jpg0 viewsStudents help carry an injured fellow protester during a demonstration against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK926.jpg0 viewsA student protester carries the national flag during a demonstration against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK920.jpg1 viewsStudent protesters react after police fired tear gas into the area during a demonstration against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK97M.jpg0 viewsStudent protesters try to flee the area from tear gas during a demonstration against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK9N9.jpg0 viewsStudents occupy a highway during a protest against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK9MX.jpg0 viewsStudents carry a woman (R) who fainted during a protest against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK9MD.jpg0 viewsStudents tend their injured friends during a protest against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK8XN.jpg0 viewsStudent protesters try to flee as police fire tear gas during a demonstration against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK8WF.jpg0 viewsIndonesian riot police face off protesters in Makassar, Sulawesi on September 24, 2019. Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by DAENG MANSUR / AFP)
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000_1KK8WB.jpg2 viewsIndonesian protesters throw rocks at riot police in Makassar, Sulawesi on September 24, 2019. Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by DAENG MANSUR / AFP)
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000_1KK8W8.jpg0 viewsProtesters throw rocks at riot police in Makassar, Sulawesi on September 24, 2019, as demonstrations in Jakarta and other cities take place for a second day in a row against the government's proposed change to its criminal code laws. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Andri SAPUTRA / AFP)
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000_1KK8W7.jpg0 viewsRiot police (bottom) face off with protesters in Makassar, Sulawesi on September 24, 2019, as demonstrations in Jakarta and other cities take place for a second day in a row against the government's proposed change to its criminal code laws. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by DAENG MANSUR / AFP)
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000_1KK8W2.jpg0 viewsRiot police face off with protesters (in background) in Makassar, Sulawesi on September 24, 2019, as demonstrations in Jakarta and other cities take place for a second day in a row against the government's proposed change to its criminal code laws. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Andri SAPUTRA / AFP)
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000_1KK8VW.jpg0 viewsRiot police use water cannon against protesters in Makassar, Sulawesi on September 24, 2019, as demonstrations in Jakarta and other cities take place for a second day in a row against the government's proposed change to its criminal code laws. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Andri SAPUTRA / AFP)
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000_1KK8VP.jpg0 viewsStudent protesters try to flee as police fire tear gas during a demonstration against the government's proposed change in its criminal code laws and plans to weaken the anti-corruption commission, outside the parliament building in Jakarta on September 24, 2019. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by ADEK BERRY / AFP)
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000_1KK8JJ.jpg0 viewsIndonesian riot police face off with protesters during a rally outside the governor's office in Semarang, Central Java on September 24, 2019, as demonstrations in Jakarta and other cities took place for a second day in a row against the government's proposed change to its criminal code laws. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Daffa Ramya KANZUDDIN / AFP)
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000_1KK8JG.jpg0 viewsProtesters break down a barrier during a rally outside the governor's office in Semarang, Central Java on September 24, 2019, as demonstrations in Jakarta and other cities took place for a second day in a row against the government's proposed change to its criminal code laws. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Daffa Ramya KANZUDDIN / AFP)
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000_1KK8JF.jpg0 viewsProtesters break down a barrier during a rally outside the governor's office in Semarang, Central Java on September 24, 2019, as demonstrations in Jakarta and other cities took place for a second day in a row against the government's proposed change to its criminal code laws. - Police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters outside Indonesia's parliament in Jakarta on September 24, an AFP reporter said, as thousands demonstrated nationwide over plans to outlaw pre-marital sex, and weaken the anti-corruption agency. (Photo by Daffa Ramya KANZUDDIN / AFP)
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000_1J34PW.jpg0 viewsThis handout photo taken on July 25, 2019 and released by the Shenyang Municipal Intermediate People's Court shows former Chinese governer of Xinjiang Nur Bekri (C) during his trial at the court in Shenyang in northeast China's Liaoning province. - Nur Bekri, the former chairman of China's northwest Xinjiang region, pleaded guilty at a trial on July 25, 2019 to accepting 11.5 million USD in bribes, said the court. (Photo by HANDOUT / Shenyang Municipal Intermediate People's Court / AFP) / -----EDITORS NOTE --- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Shenyang Municipal Intermediate People's Court" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1J14TO.jpg0 viewsKenya's Finance Minister Henry Rotich (R back row) sits at the Milimani Law Court in Nairobi as he attends an hearing to face corruption charges, on July 23, 2019. - Kenya's Finance Minister Henry Rotich pleaded not guilty on July 23, 2019 to corruption charges linked to the construction of two dams, a rare example of a sitting minister facing court in the graft-wracked country. Rotich and 15 other top officials appeared in a packed Nairobi court to be charged with more than 10 financial crimes including fraud, abuse of office and receiving bribes, to which they replied in turn: "not true". (Photo by SIMON MAINA / AFP)
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000_1J14JR.jpg0 viewsKenya's Finance Minister Henry Rotich appears at the Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi on July 23, 2019, to face corruption charges. - Rotich pleaded not guilty on July 23 to corruption charges linked to the construction of two dams, a rare example of a sitting minister facing court in the graft-wracked country. He and 15 other top officials appeared in a packed Nairobi court to be charged with more than 10 financial crimes including fraud, abuse of office and receiving bribes, to which they replied in turn: "not true". (Photo by SIMON MAINA / AFP)
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