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000_1LW3S5.jpg1 viewsBorder Security Force personnel check documents of Sikh Pilgrims before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RX.jpg0 viewsSikh Pilgrims cross over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RQ.jpg3 viewsSikh Pilgrims wave before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RJ.jpg1 viewsBorder Security Force personnel check documents of Sikh Pilgrims before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RH.jpg0 viewsSikh Pilgrims cross over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3RC.jpg2 viewsSikh Pilgrims wave before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW3R8.jpg2 viewsSikh Pilgrims wave before crossing over to Pakistan, at the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Post about 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019, to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, at the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LW2U5.jpg1 viewsPunjab Police personnel (R) shower flowers petals as a Sikh priest (2L) carries the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) during the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession cross before crossing over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2KF.jpg1 viewsA Sikh priest carries the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) during the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession before crossing over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2JH.jpg1 viewsA Sikh priest carries the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) during the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession before crossing over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2JD.jpg1 viewsSikh priest carry the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) along with devotees carrying the Palki Sahib (palanquin) as the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession crosses over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2JC.jpg1 viewsSikh priest carry the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) along with devotees carrying the Palki Sahib (palanquin) as the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession crosses over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2JA.jpg1 viewsSikh priest carry the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) along with devotees carrying the Palki Sahib (palanquin) as the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession crosses over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2J7.jpg2 viewsSikh priest carry the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) along with devotees carrying the Palki Sahib (palanquin) as the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession crosses over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LW2AY.jpg1 viewsSikh priest carry the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) along with devotees carrying the Palki Sahib (palanquin) as the 'Nagar Kirtan' procession crosses over to Pakistan at India Pakistan Wagah Border Post, some 35 kms from Amritsar on October 31, 2019. The 'Nagar Kirtan' started in Delhi and will finish at Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, the birthplace of founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims are travelling to Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to celebrate the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev, founder of Sikhism.
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000_1LV0E2.jpg0 viewsMost Venerable Thai Monk Arayawangso points a sign after launching the "Bell of Peace" during the visit at Peshawar museum, in Peshawar on October 30, 2019. - The Most Venerable Monk Arayawangso, currently visiting Pakistan with a delegation, has said both Pakistan and Thailand were in consultative process to introduce meditation services at Buddhists sites which would bring an influx of religious tourists and ultimately boost economy. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LV0DY.jpg0 viewsMost Venerable Thai Monk Arayawangso looks at a sign a sign after launching the "Bell of Peace" during the visit at Peshawar museum, in Peshawar on October 30, 2019. - The Most Venerable Monk Arayawangso, currently visiting Pakistan with a delegation, has said both Pakistan and Thailand were in consultative process to introduce meditation services at Buddhists sites which would bring an influx of religious tourists and ultimately boost economy. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LV0DX.jpg1 viewsMost Venerable Thai Monk Arayawangso (R) points at the "Bell of Peace" after its launch "Bell of Peace" during his visit to Peshawar museum, in Peshawar on October 30, 2019. - The Most Venerable Monk Arayawangso, currently visiting Pakistan with a delegation, has said both Pakistan and Thailand were in consultative process to introduce meditation services at Buddhists sites which would bring an influx of religious tourists and ultimately boost economy. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LV0DT.jpg1 viewsMost Venerable Thai Monk Arayawangso (L) points at the "Bell of Peace" after its launch "Bell of Peace" during his visit to the Peshawar museum, in Peshawar on October 30, 2019. - The Most Venerable Monk Arayawangso, currently visiting Pakistan with a delegation, has said both Pakistan and Thailand were in consultative process to introduce meditation services at Buddhists sites which would bring an influx of religious tourists and ultimately boost economy. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LV0DS.jpg0 viewsMost Venerable Thai Monk Arayawangso (L) performs a ritual after launching the "Bell of Peace" during his visit to the Peshawar museum, in Peshawar on October 30, 2019. - The Most Venerable Monk Arayawangso, currently visiting Pakistan with a delegation, has said both Pakistan and Thailand were in consultative process to introduce meditation services at Buddhists sites which would bring an influx of religious tourists and ultimately boost economy. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LV0DQ.jpg0 viewsMost Venerable Thai Monk Arayawangso (L) performs a ritual after launching the "Bell of Peace" during his visit to the Peshawar museum, in Peshawar on October 30, 2019. - The Most Venerable Monk Arayawangso, currently visiting Pakistan with a delegation, has said both Pakistan and Thailand were in consultative process to introduce meditation services at Buddhists sites which would bring an influx of religious tourists and ultimately boost economy. (Photo by ABDUL MAJEED / AFP)
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000_1LS3BU.jpg2 viewsIndian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel light sparklers to celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, near the India-Pakistan Wagah border post, about 35 kms. from Amritsar on October 27, 2019. Diwali, the Festival of Lights, marks victory over evil and commemorates the time when Hindu god Lord Rama achieved victory over Ravana and returned to his kingdom Ayodhya.
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000_1LQ52N.jpg0 viewsThe President of the Israelite Central Consistory of France Joel Mergui poses on October 25, 2019 in Paris outside the newly built European Center for Judaism which will be inaugurated next October 29 by the French President. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1LO842.jpg0 viewsBorder Security Force (BSF) personnel stand guard at Dera Baba Nanak, some 50 kms from Amritsar on October 24, 2019. - India and Pakistan are set on October 24 to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor which will be opened for Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, a religious site in the Pakistani town of Kartarpur near the Indian border. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LO84J.jpg1 viewsBorder Security Force (BSF) personnel walk as they stand guard at Dera Baba Nanak, some 50 kms from Amritsar on October 24, 2019. - India and Pakistan are set on October 24 to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor which will be opened for Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, a religious site in the Pakistani town of Kartarpur near the Indian border. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LO84H.jpg0 viewsA Border Security Force (BSF) personnel checks a vehicle at Dera Baba Nanak, some 50 kms from Amritsar on October 24, 2019. - India and Pakistan are set on October 24 to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor which will be opened for Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, a religious site in the Pakistani town of Kartarpur near the Indian border. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LO84F.jpg1 viewsPunjab Police personnel stand guard at Dera Baba Nanak, some 50 kms from Amritsar on October 24, 2019. - India and Pakistan are set on October 24 to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor which will be opened for Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, a religious site in the Pakistani town of Kartarpur near the Indian border. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LO8G9.jpg1 viewsBorder Security Force (BSF) personnel check identity documents of motorcyclists at Dera Baba Nanak, some 50 kms from Amritsar on October 24, 2019. - India and Pakistan are set on October 24 to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor which will be opened for Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, a religious site in the Pakistani town of Kartarpur near the Indian border. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LO8G5.jpg0 viewsBorder Security Force (BSF) personnel walk as they stand guard at Dera Baba Nanak, some 50 kms from Amritsar on October 24, 2019. - India and Pakistan are set on October 24 to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor which will be opened for Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, a religious site in the Pakistani town of Kartarpur near the Indian border. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LO8FW.jpg0 viewsBorder Security Force (BSF) personnel walk as they stand guard at Dera Baba Nanak, some 50 kms from Amritsar on October 24, 2019. - India and Pakistan are set on October 24 to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor which will be opened for Indian Sikh pilgrims to visit the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, a religious site in the Pakistani town of Kartarpur near the Indian border. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1LL6O4.jpg1 viewsIslamist activists take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1LL6NR.jpg1 viewsIslamist activists take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1LL6N4.jpg1 viewsIslamist activists take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1LL6N0.jpg0 viewsAn Islamist activist holds a placard as he takes part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1LL6MW.jpg1 viewsIslamist activists hold placards as they take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1LL6MJ.jpg0 viewsIslamist activists hold placards as they take part in a protest in Dhaka on October 21, 2019, a day after deadly clashes when police shot at Bangladeshi Muslims protesting Facebook messages that allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed. - Bangladesh police on October 21 was investigating up to 5,000 people for taking part in one of the nation's deadliest religious riots where at least four were killed when officers fired on protesters. (Photo by Munir UZ ZAMAN / AFP)
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000_1LL2CL.jpg1 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims take part of religious procession in Lahore on October 20, 2019, to marks the end of the 40-day mourning period for the killing of Imam Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Mohammed.
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000_1LL2CJ.jpg1 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims take part of religious procession in Lahore on October 20, 2019, to marks the end of the 40-day mourning period for the killing of Imam Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Mohammed.
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000_1LL2CI.jpg1 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims take part of religious procession in Lahore on October 20, 2019, to marks the end of the 40-day mourning period for the killing of Imam Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Mohammed.
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000_1LL1PA.jpg1 viewsA demonstrator receives medical treatment in a hospital after police fired on people protesting over a Facebook post by a Hindu who allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed, in Barisal on October 20, 2019. At least four people were killed and nearly 50 injured on October 20 after police fired on thousands of Bangladeshi Muslims protesting a Facebook post by a Hindu who allegedly defamed the Prophet Mohammed, officials said.
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