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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_1KV1OC.jpg0 viewsColombian Army Commander Nicacio Martinez (R) speaks next to Colombian Defence Minister Guillermo Botero (2-R) and Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo (2-L) during a press conference about the presence of ELN guerrillas in Venezuelan territory in Bogota on Semptember 30, 2019. - Colombian President Ivan Duque said he handed the UN photographic evidence this week proving Venezuela was sheltering ELN rebels, but the images were duds. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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000_1KV1KT.jpg0 viewsColombian Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo (L) speaks next to senior military commanders during a press conference about the presence of ELN guerrillas in Venezuelan territory in Bogota on Semptember 30, 2019. - Colombian President Ivan Duque said he handed the UN photographic evidence this week proving Venezuela was sheltering ELN rebels, but the images were duds. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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000_1KV1J7.jpg0 viewsColombian Defence Minister Guillermo Botero (C) speaks next senior military commanders during a press conference about the presence of ELN guerrillas in Venezuelan territory in Bogota on Semptember 30, 2019. - Colombian President Ivan Duque said he handed the UN photographic evidence this week proving Venezuela was sheltering ELN rebels, but the images were duds. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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000_1KV1IJ.jpg0 viewsColombian Defence Minister Guillermo Botero (C) speaks next to Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo (L) and senior military commanders during a press conference about the presence of ELN guerrillas in Venezuelan territory in Bogota on Semptember 30, 2019. - Colombian President Ivan Duque said he handed the UN photographic evidence this week proving Venezuela was sheltering ELN rebels, but the images were duds. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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000_1JU78W.jpg0 viewsA TV in a market in Cali, Colombia, broadcasts on August 29, 2019 a video posted on YouTube of former senior commander Ivan Marquez (C) and fugitive rebel colleague, Jesus Santrich (wearing sunglass), of the dissolved FARC rebel army group announcing that they are taking up arms again along with other guerrillas who have distanced themselves from a peace accord signed with the government in 2016. - In the video, Marquez appears in the jungle flanked by men and women holding rifles. He said the government has cheated in implementation of the accord, unilaterally changed its wording, and failed to provide legal guarantees for former fighters, among other offenses. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1JU7NY.jpg0 viewsA TV in a bakery in Medellin, Colombia, broadcasts on August 29, 2019 a video posted on YouTube of a former senior commander of the dissolved FARC rebel army group announcing that he is taking up arms again along with other guerrillas who have distanced themselves from a peace accord signed with the government in 2016. - In the video, commander Ivan Marquez and fugitive rebel colleague Jesus Santrich appear in the jungle flanked by men and women holding rifles. He said the government has cheated in implementation of the accord, unilaterally changed its wording, and failed to provide legal guarantees for former fighters, among other offenses. (Photo by Joaquin SARMIENTO / AFP)
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000_1JU7NV.jpg0 viewsA TV in a bakery in Medellin, Colombia, broadcasts on August 29, 2019 a video posted on YouTube of a former senior commander of the dissolved FARC rebel army group announcing that he is taking up arms again along with other guerrillas who have distanced themselves from a peace accord signed with the government in 2016. - In the video, commander Ivan Marquez and fugitive rebel colleague Jesus Santrich appear in the jungle flanked by men and women holding rifles. He said the government has cheated in implementation of the accord, unilaterally changed its wording, and failed to provide legal guarantees for former fighters, among other offenses. (Photo by Joaquin SARMIENTO / AFP)
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000_1JU7DV.jpg0 viewsA TV in a market in Cali, Colombia, broadcasts on August 29, 2019 a video posted on YouTube of former senior commander Ivan Marquez (C) and fugitive rebel colleague, Jesus Santrich (wearing sunglass), of the dissolved FARC rebel army group announcing that they are taking up arms again along with other guerrillas who have distanced themselves from a peace accord signed with the government in 2016. - In the video, Marquez appears in the jungle flanked by men and women holding rifles. He said the government has cheated in implementation of the accord, unilaterally changed its wording, and failed to provide legal guarantees for former fighters, among other offenses. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1JU7DT.jpg0 viewsA TV in a market in Cali, Colombia, broadcasts on August 29, 2019 a video posted on YouTube of former senior commander Ivan Marquez (C) and fugitive rebel colleague, Jesus Santrich (wearing sunglass), of the dissolved FARC rebel army group announcing that they are taking up arms again along with other guerrillas who have distanced themselves from a peace accord signed with the government in 2016. - In the video, Marquez appears in the jungle flanked by men and women holding rifles. He said the government has cheated in implementation of the accord, unilaterally changed its wording, and failed to provide legal guarantees for former fighters, among other offenses. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1JU7DM.jpg0 viewsA TV in a market in Cali, Colombia, broadcasts on August 29, 2019 a video posted on YouTube of a former senior commander of the dissolved FARC rebel army group announcing that he is taking up arms again along with other guerrillas who have distanced themselves from a peace accord signed with the government in 2016. - In the video, Marquez appears in the jungle flanked by men and women holding rifles. He said the government has cheated in implementation of the accord, unilaterally changed its wording, and failed to provide legal guarantees for former fighters, among other offenses. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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000_1H71EA.jpg2 viewsAfghan security personnel stand near a damaged bus carrying workers from a government watchdog agency that was targeted by a bomb blast in Kabul on June 3, 2019, a day after blasts hit a first bus. - At least four people were killed on June 3 when a bomb tore through a bus in Kabul, an official said, marking the second day straight that attackers have targeted a bus. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1H621M.jpg3 viewsA sandal and shoes belonging to the victims lay inside damaged bus carrying university students in Kabul on June 2, 2019. - One person was killed and at least 17 others wounded on June 2 in three successive blasts that hit the occupants of a bus and the emergency personnel coming to help in Kabul, officials said. Among the wounded was an Afghan journalist. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1H621L.jpg3 viewsAfghan security personnel stand near the a damage bus carrying university students at the site of the successive bomb blasts in Kabul on June 2, 2019. - One person was killed and at least 17 others wounded on June 2 in three successive blasts that hit the occupants of a bus and the emergency personnel coming to help in Kabul, officials said. Among the wounded was an Afghan journalist. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1H3689.jpg1 viewsAfghan firefighters wash a road with a pipe at the site of a car bomb attack that targeted a NATO convoy in Kabul on May 31, 2019. - At least four Afghans were killed and four US troops lightly wounded when a car bomber attacked a US military convoy in Kabul on May 31, officials said. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1H368B.jpg1 viewsInternational forces belonging to NATO's Resolute Support mission remove a damage vehicle with a crane at the site of a car bomb attack in Kabul on May 31, 2019. - At least four Afghans were killed and four US troops lightly wounded when a car bomber attacked a US military convoy in Kabul on May 31, officials said. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1H367M.jpg1 viewsAfghan security personnel inspect material damages at the site of a car bomb attack that targeted a NATO convoy in Kabul on May 31, 2019. - At least four Afghans were killed and four US troops lightly wounded when a car bomber attacked a US military convoy in Kabul on May 31, officials said. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1GE9ZL.jpg9 viewsA Sri Lankan security personnel looks on as he stands guard at a checkpoint on a roadside in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9ZC.jpg4 viewsA Sri Lankan security personnel looks on as he stands guard at a checkpoint on a roadside in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9YV.jpg3 viewsA Sri Lankan security personnel inspects a car on a controlled roadside in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9YO.jpg2 viewsA Sri Lankan security personnel inspects a car on a controlled roadside in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9YK.jpg3 viewsA Sri Lankan security personnel inspects a car on a controlled roadside in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9YI.jpg1 viewsA Sri Lankan security personnel inspects a car as he blocks a road in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9QP.jpg3 viewsSri Lankan security personnel inspect a three-wheeler rickshaw as they block a road in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9QN.jpg3 viewsSri Lankan security personnel inspect a three-wheeler rickshaw as they block a road in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9QL.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan security personnel inspect a three-wheeler rickshaw as they block a road in Colombo on May 13, 2019. - Sri Lanka imposed a nationwide night curfew on May 13, after anti-Muslim riots spread to at least three districts just north of the capital in a violent new backlash against the Easter suicide bombings. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GE9OP.jpg2 viewsAn Indonesian Muslim woman cries during a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of deadly suicide bombings carried out one year ago, outside the Saint Mary Catholic Church in Surabaya on May 13, 2019. - An Indonesian church on May 13 remembered the victims of suicide bombings carried out by an Islamic State-inspired family, one year on from the attacks that highlighted the extremist group's global reach. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP)
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000_1GE9OI.jpg1 viewsIndonesian Muslims gather during a candlelight vigil to remember the victims of deadly suicide bombings carried out one year ago, outside the Saint Mary Catholic Church in Surabaya on May 13, 2019. - An Indonesian church on May 13 remembered the victims of suicide bombings carried out by an Islamic State-inspired family, one year on from the attacks that highlighted the extremist group's global reach. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP)
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000_1GE734.jpg5 viewsPakistani residents offer funeral prayers to a private security supervisor, who was killed in the fight with gunmen at the five-star Pearl Continental Hotel in Gwadar, in Haripur district in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa province on May 13, 2019. - Five people including a soldier were killed after gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the southwestern Pakistani city of Gwadar, the centrepiece of a multi-billion dollar Chinese infrastructure project, the military said on May 12. (Photo by ATIF HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1GE730.jpg3 viewsPakistani residents carry the coffin of a private security supervisor, who was killed in the fight with gunmen at the five-star Pearl Continental Hotel in Gwadar, in Haripur district in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa province on May 13, 2019. - Five people including a soldier were killed after gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the southwestern Pakistani city of Gwadar, the centrepiece of a multi-billion dollar Chinese infrastructure project, the military said on May 12. (Photo by ATIF HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1GE72Z.jpg6 viewsPakistani Naval officials and residents offer funeral prayers to a soldier, who was killed in the fight with gunmen at the five-star Pearl Continental Hotel in Gwadar, beside his coffin wrapped with the national flag in Haripur district in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa province on May 13, 2019. - Five people including a soldier were killed after gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the southwestern Pakistani city of Gwadar, the centrepiece of a multi-billion dollar Chinese infrastructure project, the military said on May 12. (Photo by ATIF HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1GE72X.jpg4 viewsPakistani Naval soldiers and residents carry the coffin of a soldier, who was killed in the fight with gunmen at the five-star Pearl Continental Hotel in Gwadar, in Haripur district in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa province on May 13, 2019. - Five people including a soldier were killed after gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the southwestern Pakistani city of Gwadar, the centrepiece of a multi-billion dollar Chinese infrastructure project, the military said on May 12. (Photo by ATIF HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1GD771.jpg3 viewsA Sri Lankan police officer stands guard at the main entrance of the St. Theresa's church as the Catholic churches hold services again after the Easter attacks in Colombo on May 12, 2019. - Thousands of Catholics attended mass in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo on May 12 amid tight security to prevent a repeat of Easter bomb attacks that killed 258 people. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GD726.jpg4 viewsSri Lankan Catholic devotees pray during a mass at the St. Theresa's church as the Catholic churches hold services again after the Easter attacks in Colombo on May 12, 2019. - Thousands of Catholics attended mass in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo on May 12 amid tight security to prevent a repeat of Easter bomb attacks that killed 258 people. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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000_1GD723.jpg2 viewsSri Lankan Catholic devotees pray during a mass at the St. Theresa's church as the Catholic churches hold services again after the Easter attacks in Colombo on May 12, 2019. - Thousands of Catholics attended mass in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo on May 12 amid tight security to prevent a repeat of Easter bomb attacks that killed 258 people. (Photo by LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP)
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