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000_1LL860.jpg0 viewsPunjab Police personnel salute after paying tribute to their colleagues during an event to mark Police Commemoration Day at a police station on the outskirts of Amritsar on October 21, 2019. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LL8CP.jpg0 viewsRelatives of slain Punjab Police personnel shower rose petals as they pay tribute during an event to mark Police Commemoration Day at a police station on the outskirts of Amritsar on October 21, 2019. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LI1LQ.jpg0 viewsIsraeli border guards scuffle with a photojournalist as a woman holding up a Palestinian flag passes through, amidst clashes with Palestinian protesters during a demonstration against construction on an Israeli outpost near the Palestinian village of Turmus Ayya and the Israeli settlement of Shilo, north of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, on October 17, 2019. (Photo by Jaafar ASHTIYEH / AFP)
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000_1LC1T3.jpg0 viewsPolice forensics officers work at the Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1SY.jpg0 viewsPolice forensics officers work at the Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1SV.jpg0 viewsPolice forensics officers work at the Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1IU.jpg0 viewsPolice cars are pictured outside a cordoned off Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1IS.jpg0 viewsPolice officers stand on duty at a cordon outside the Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1IN.jpg0 viewsA Police officer carries a drone as he works outside the Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1IL.jpg0 viewsA Police drone flies outside the Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1IF.jpg0 viewsPolice forensics officers work outside Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1HW.jpg0 viewsPolice forensics officers work outside Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1LC1HJ.jpg0 viewsPolice forensics officers work outside Arndale Centre shopping complex in Manchester, northwest England on October 11, 2019, following a series of stabbings. - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured. The man in his 40s was "lunging and attacking people" with a large knife in the Arndale shopping centre, Police Chief Russ Jackson said. The suspect was detained within five minutes and initially arrested for assault, before this was changed to an accusation of preparing and instigating an act of terrorism. (Photo by Lindsey Parnaby / AFP)
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000_1L5596.jpg0 viewsA picture obtained on October 5, 2019 shows Mickael Harpon, 45-year-old computer expert, shot dead by a policeman after he stabbed four colleagues to death in a frenzied attack at Paris police headquarters in Paris on October 3, 2019. - Three police officers and an administrative worker -- three men and one woman -- died in the lunchtime attack on October 3, 2019 at the police headquarters, in the historic heart of Paris. Preliminary enquiries suggest that the attacker, a convert to Islam, could have become radicalised, said sources, who added that he had worked in a section of the police service dedicated to collecting information on jihadist radicalisation. (Photo by - / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1L5595.jpg0 viewsA picture obtained on October 5, 2019 shows two police members past the body of Mickael Harpon, 45-year-old computer expert, shot dead by a policeman after he stabbed four colleagues to death in a frenzied attack at Paris police headquarters in Paris on October 3, 2019. - Three police officers and an administrative worker -- three men and one woman -- died in the lunchtime attack on October 3, 2019 at the police headquarters, in the historic heart of Paris. Preliminary enquiries suggest that the attacker, a convert to Islam, could have become radicalised, said sources, who added that he had worked in a section of the police service dedicated to collecting information on jihadist radicalisation. (Photo by - / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1L559B.jpg0 viewsA picture obtained on October 5, 2019 shows two emergency members past the body of Mickael Harpon, 45-year-old computer expert, shot dead by a policeman after he stabbed four colleagues to death in a frenzied attack at Paris police headquarters in Paris on October 3, 2019. - Three police officers and an administrative worker -- three men and one woman -- died in the lunchtime attack on October 3, 2019 at the police headquarters, in the historic heart of Paris. Preliminary enquiries suggest that the attacker, a convert to Islam, could have become radicalised, said sources, who added that he had worked in a section of the police service dedicated to collecting information on jihadist radicalisation. (Photo by - / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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000_1L29V1.jpg0 views(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on October 04, 2019 shows files pictures of protesters wearing face masks during demonstrations in Hong Kong. Hong Kong's leader invoked colonial-era emergency powers on October 4, 2019 to ban protesters wearing face masks, but the move aimed at quelling months of unrest sparked immediate fresh rallies and vows to defy the new law. - Chief executive Carrie Lam said she had made the order under the Emergency Regulations Ordinances, a sweeping provision that grants her the ability to bypass the legislature and make any law during a time of emergency or public danger. (Photos by AFP)
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000_1KX39W.jpg1 viewsPolice arrest a protester in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX35X.jpg1 viewsPolice arrest a protester in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX5B6.jpg0 viewsProtesters run from police in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX5B4.jpg0 viewsA protester marches in the Causeway Bay area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX4YQ.jpg0 viewsA fire burns in the Admiralty area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX4V9.jpg0 viewsPolice arrest a protester in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX4O1.jpg0 viewsPolice arrest a protester in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX3ZO.jpg0 viewsPolice clear a barricade beside the Admiralty MTR station in Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX3ZI.jpg2 viewsA woman reacts after being tear gassed by the Admiralty MTR station in Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX3SA.jpg1 viewsA firefighter puts out a fire at the entrance to the Admiralty MTR station in Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX3S9.jpg1 viewsA firefighter puts out a fire at the entrance to the Admiralty MTR station in Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX2YM.jpg0 viewsA man reacts after being tear gassed in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX2UR.jpg0 viewsPolice arrest a protester in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX2QX.jpg0 viewsPolice pass a burning roadblock in the Causeway Bay area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX2QG.jpg2 viewsPolice pass a burning roadblock in the Causeway Bay area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KX2KP.jpg0 viewsPolice pass a burning roadblock in the Causeway Bay area of Hong Kong on October 1, 2019, as the city observes the National Day holiday to mark the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding. - Strife-torn Hong Kong on October 1 marked the 70th anniversary of communist China's founding with defiant "Day of Grief" protests and fresh clashes with police as pro-democracy activists ignored a ban and took to the streets across the city. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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000_1KT4DW.jpg0 viewsA group of police patrol passes in front of a burning barricade following an unsanctioned protest march through Hong Kong on September 29, 2019. - Fierce clashes broke out between protesters and riot police in Hong Kong on September 29 as thousands marched through the strife-torn city, during a day of global protests aimed at casting a shadow over communist China's upcoming 70th birthday. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)
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000_1KB6GX.jpg0 viewsA scuffle broke out with police as hundreds of Indonesian students gather to protest outside the office of the Riau Governor in Pekanbaru on September 16, 2019, demanding the government to do more to fight the raging forest fires in the region. - Thousands of Indonesian firefighters are locked in an around-the-clock game of Whack-a-Mole as they battle to extinguish an invisible enemy -- underground fires that aggravate global warming. (Photo by Wahyudi / AFP)
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000_1KN622.jpg0 viewsAlliance police union members demonstrate in front of the leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) headquarters in Paris on September 26, 2019 after the party's leader Jean-Luc Melenchon called policemen "Barbarians" during a demonstration on September 24. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1KN613.jpg0 viewsAlliance police union members hold signs reading "Police is sacred" and "We are The Republic" during a demonstration in front of the leftist party La France Insoumise (LFI) headquarters in Paris on September 26, 2019 after the party's leader Jean-Luc Melenchon called policemen "Barbarians" during a demonstration on September 24. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1KL267.jpg1 viewsPunjab Police Director General (DG) Dinkar Gupta (C) speaks to the media persons after attending "Face to Face with the Government" event, organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Ladies Organization (FLO), at a hotel on the outskirts of Amritsar on September 24,2019.
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000_1KL26L.jpg1 viewsPunjab Police Director General (DG) Dinkar Gupta (C) speaks during an event "Face to Face with the Government" organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Ladies Organization (FLO) at a hotel on the outskirts of Amritsar on September 24, 2019.
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000_1KC8SH.jpg0 viewsFrench Junior Interior Minister Laurent Nunez flanked by French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner (C) and Justice Minister Nicole Belloubet, speaks during a joint press conference to present a new national plan to fight drug trafficking, called 'OFAST' on September 17, 2019, in Marseille, southern France. (Photo by CLEMENT MAHOUDEAU / AFP)
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