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000_1LN098.jpg1 viewsWomen hang their laundry at the refugee camp of Ritsona, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LN002.jpg0 viewsA boy walks by a hencoop in Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LM708.jpg0 viewsA makeshift roadblock is set up by protesters near the Lebanese coastal city of Byblos (Jbeil), north of the capital Beirut, on October 22, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government approved an economic rescue plan yesterday but the last-ditch move was met with deep distrust from a swelling protest movement seeking the removal of the entire political class. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LM702.jpg0 viewsA lone cyclist rides his bicycle toward the Lebanese coastal city of Byblos (Jbeil), north of the capital Beirut, beyond tyres used by protesters to block the road, on October 22, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government approved an economic rescue plan yesterday but the last-ditch move was met with deep distrust from a swelling protest movement seeking the removal of the entire political class. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LM70D.jpg0 viewsRemains of tyres burnt by protesters are used a a makeshift road block near the Lebanese coastal city of Byblos (Jbeil), north of the capital Beirut, on October 22, 2019. - Lebanon's teetering government approved an economic rescue plan yesterday but the last-ditch move was met with deep distrust from a swelling protest movement seeking the removal of the entire political class. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)
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000_1LM9ZD.jpg0 viewsA woman and her girls walk at the Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LM9X1.jpg0 viewsA man sells vegetables at the Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LM9VY.jpg0 viewsChildren pose as their father prepares a rain protection for his house at the Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp houses some 800 refugees mainly Syrians and Kurds and is preparing to house another 1 500 refugees and migrants, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flows continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LM9RI.jpg0 viewsA man digs to make a rain drain in front of his home at the Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp already houses some 800 mainly Syrian and Kurdish migrants and refugees and is being expanded to house another 1,500, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flow continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LM9QM.jpg0 viewsA woman and child walk past pre-fabricated homes at the Ritsona refugee camp, some 80km north of Athens on October 22, 2019. - The Ritsona camp already houses some 800 mainly Syrian and Kurdish migrants and refugees and is being expanded to house another 1,500, deemed to be vulnerable from the overcrowded islands hotspots, as the migration flow continue. (Photo by Louisa GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1LL4DQ.jpg0 viewsHookas (shisha) are lined up at a restaurant in Saudi Arabia's western city of Jeddah on October 20, 2019. - A decision to impose 100 percent tax on bills of restaurants that serve hookah, or shisha, has sparked social media fury in Saudi Arabia, which seeks to boost its economy.
Some restaurants have stopped offering the popular pastime, while others lowered their prices to accomodate their customers. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LL4DG.jpg0 viewsA hooka (shisha) is pictured at a restaurant in Saudi Arabia's western city of Jeddah on October 20, 2019. - A decision to impose 100 percent tax on bills of restaurants that serve hookah, or shisha, has sparked social media fury in Saudi Arabia, which seeks to boost its economy.
Some restaurants have stopped offering the popular pastime, while others lowered their prices to accomodate their customers. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LL4DE.jpg0 viewsA man watches a football game on a screen as he smokes a hooka (shisha) at a restaurant in Saudi Arabia's western city of Jeddah on October 20, 2019. - A decision to impose 100 percent tax on bills of restaurants that serve hookah, or shisha, has sparked social media fury in Saudi Arabia, which seeks to boost its economy.
Some restaurants have stopped offering the popular pastime, while others lowered their prices to accomodate their customers. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LK139.jpg2 viewsEmployees of US giant General Electric (GE) light fires to block the main entrance of the Belfort plant, eastern France, on October 19, 2019 ahead of a demonstration against job cuts. (Photo by SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP)
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000_1LK136.jpg0 viewsEmployees of US giant General Electric (GE) light fires to block the main entrance of the Belfort plant, eastern France, on October 19, 2019 ahead of a demonstration against job cuts. (Photo by SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP)
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000_1LK009.jpg0 viewsA woman claps her hands during a demonstration in Zagreb on October 19, 2019 to protest against a judiciary system that women say is failing to protect them. - Anger is brewing in Croatia after a judge released five men suspected of gang-raping a 15-year-old girl from their village, triggering calls for protests. The suspects were questioned by a judge but allowed to walk free while the investigation is ongoing, a ruling that shocked many in the Balkan state. (Photo by Denis LOVROVIC / AFP)
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000_1LK004.jpg0 viewsPeople hold signs during a demonstration in Zagreb on October 19, 2019 to protest against a judiciary system that women say is failing to protect them. - Anger is brewing in Croatia after a judge released five men suspected of gang-raping a 15-year-old girl from their village, triggering calls for protests. The suspects were questioned by a judge but allowed to walk free while the investigation is ongoing, a ruling that shocked many in the Balkan state. (Photo by Denis LOVROVIC / AFP)
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000_1LK2QT.jpg0 viewsA man holds a placard with a picture of the French president reading "Because tha's our project" during a demonstration in front of General Electric buildings in Belfort, eastern France, on October 19, 2019 during a protest in support to the US workers of giant General Electric (GE) on strike for one month. (Photo by SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP)
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000_1LK2G3.jpg0 viewsPeople demonstrate in front of General Electric buildings in Belfort, eastern France, on October 19, 2019 in support to the US workers of giant General Electric (GE) on strike for one month. (Photo by SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP)
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000_1LK2FQ.jpg0 viewsPeople hold a CGT union flag as they demonstrate in front of General Electric buildings in Belfort, eastern France, on October 19, 2019 in support to the US workers of giant General Electric (GE) on strike for one month. (Photo by SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP)
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000_1LK2FN.jpg0 viewsPeople demonstrate in front of General Electric buildings in Belfort, eastern France, on October 19, 2019 in support to the US workers of giant General Electric (GE) on strike for one month. (Photo by SEBASTIEN BOZON / AFP)
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000_1LK002.jpg0 viewsPeople hold signs during a demonstration in Zagreb on October 19, 2019 to protest against a judiciary system that women say is failing to protect them. - Anger is brewing in Croatia after a judge released five men suspected of gang-raping a 15-year-old girl from their village, triggering calls for protests. The suspects were questioned by a judge but allowed to walk free while the investigation is ongoing, a ruling that shocked many in the Balkan state. (Photo by Denis LOVROVIC / AFP)
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000_1LJ9ZW.jpg0 viewsPeople hold signs during a demonstration in Zagreb on October 19, 2019 to protest against a judiciary system that women say is failing to protect them. - Anger is brewing in Croatia after a judge released five men suspected of gang-raping a 15-year-old girl from their village, triggering calls for protests. The suspects were questioned by a judge but allowed to walk free while the investigation is ongoing, a ruling that shocked many in the Balkan state. (Photo by Denis LOVROVIC / AFP)
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000_1LG0Q6.jpg0 viewsMigrants search through debris at the Samos island hotspot, on October 15, 2019, after a fire broke there last night following clashes between the migrants. - At least three people were hurt in a clash between asylum-seekers in crammed Greek migrant camp that was later partly destroyed in a fire, officials said on October 15, 2019. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1LC9T9.jpg0 viewsAn activist from the climate change action group Extinction Rebellion breaks ice during a protest at the Place Royale in Brussels on October 12, 2019. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1L94WE.jpgKENYA- YOUTH-UNEMPLOYMENT-DEMO0 viewsA Kenyan police officer arrests one of the youth who were demostrating against unemployment in Nairobi, Kenya on October 09, 2019. - A lack of jobs, especially for youth, has slowed down the economy to a point where unemployed adults depend on the small working class group that is stretching family resources and consuming savings for future investments. (Photo by SIMON MAINA / AFP)
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000_1L94N7.jpgKENYA- YOUTH-UNEMPLOYMENT-DEMO1 viewsA Kenyan police officer fires teargas to disperse a group of youth who were demostrating against unemployment in Nairobi, Kenya on October 9, 2019. - A lack of jobs, especially for youth, has slowed down the economy to a point where unemployed adults depend on the small working class group that is stretching family resources and consuming savings for future investments. (Photo by SIMON MAINA / AFP)
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000_1L94N5.jpgKENYA- YOUTH-UNEMPLOYMENT-DEMO1 viewsA Kenyan police officer fires teargas to disperse a group of youth who were demostrating against unemployment in Nairobi, Kenya on October 9, 2019. - A lack of jobs, especially for youth, has slowed down the economy to a point where unemployed adults depend on the small working class group that is stretching family resources and consuming savings for future investments. (Photo by SIMON MAINA / AFP)
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000_1L82JN.jpg0 viewsA protestor holds a placard reading "Anger doesn't keep, it expresses itself and it will be heard !" as she marches with fellow retirees during a rally against proposed pension reforms in Marseille, southern France, on October 8, 2019. (Photo by Boris HORVAT / AFP)
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000_1L82J5.jpg0 viewsA protestor holds a placard reading "France is rich, 6 millions of retired people are poor" as he marches with fellow retirees during a rally against proposed pension reforms in Marseille, southern France, on October 8, 2019. (Photo by Boris HORVAT / AFP)
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000_1L82G4.jpg0 viewsProtestors hold a banner reading "Increased pensions" as they marche with fellow retirees during a rally against proposed pension reforms in Marseille, southern France, on October 8, 2019. (Photo by Boris HORVAT / AFP)
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000_1L7502.jpg0 viewsA protester sets up hay bales to block a road during a demonstration called by climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion, on October 7, 2019 at the Place du Chatelet in Paris. - Climate protesters from Sydney to London blocked roads on October 7, sparking mass arrests at the start of two weeks of civil disobedience demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction". The year-old group Extinction Rebellion has energised a global movement demanding governments drastically cut the carbon emissions that scientists have shown to cause devastating climate change. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1L723T.jpg0 viewsRefugees and migrants wait to be transferred to a camp in northern Greece, after their arrival from the island of Lesbos to the port of Piraeus near Athens early on October 7, 2019. - Hundreds of refugees and migrants from the overcrowded island hotspots will be relocated in camps in mainland Greece, as the flows continue. (Photo by LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1L723K.jpg0 viewsRefugees and migrants wait to be transferred to a camp in northern Greece, after their arrival from the island of Lesbos to the port of Piraeus near Athens early on October 7, 2019. - Hundreds of refugees and migrants from the overcrowded island hotspots will be relocated in camps in mainland Greece, as the flows continue. (Photo by LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1L75QH.jpg0 viewsProtesters sit on the ground to block the Pont au Change bridge during a demonstration called by climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion, on October 7, 2019 in Paris. - Climate protesters from Sydney to London blocked roads on October 7, sparking mass arrests at the start of two weeks of civil disobedience demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction". The year-old group Extinction Rebellion has energised a global movement demanding governments drastically cut the carbon emissions that scientists have shown to cause devastating climate change. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1L75QE.jpg0 viewsA protester sit on a tree next to a banner reading "Hope dies. Action starts" during a demonstration called by climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion, on October 7, 2019 in Paris. - Climate protesters from Sydney to London blocked roads on October 7, sparking mass arrests at the start of two weeks of civil disobedience demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction". The year-old group Extinction Rebellion has energised a global movement demanding governments drastically cut the carbon emissions that scientists have shown to cause devastating climate change. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1L75IL.jpg0 viewsProtesters put up a banner reading "To face extinction: rebellion" as they block the Pont au Change bridge during a demonstration called by climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion, on October 7, 2019 in Paris. - Climate protesters from Sydney to London blocked roads on October 7, sparking mass arrests at the start of two weeks of civil disobedience demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction". The year-old group Extinction Rebellion has energised a global movement demanding governments drastically cut the carbon emissions that scientists have shown to cause devastating climate change. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1L74ZY.jpg0 viewsProtesters block the Pont au Change bridge with a boat during a demonstration called by climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion, on October 7, 2019 in front of the Conciergerie in Paris. - Climate protesters from Sydney to London blocked roads on October 7, sparking mass arrests at the start of two weeks of civil disobedience demanding immediate action to save the Earth from "extinction". The year-old group Extinction Rebellion has energised a global movement demanding governments drastically cut the carbon emissions that scientists have shown to cause devastating climate change. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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000_1L71VP.jpg1 viewsA woman looks through the window of a bus taking refugees and migrants to a camp in northern Greece, after their arrival from the island of Lesbos to the port of Piraeus near Athens early on October 7, 2019. - Hundreds of refugees and migrants from the overcrowded island hotspots will be relocated in camps in mainland Greece , as the flows continue. (Photo by LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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000_1L71V1.jpg0 viewsA child looks through the window of a bus taking refugees and migrants to a camp in northern Greece, after their arrival from the island of Lesbos to the port of Piraeus near Athens early on October 7, 2019. - Hundreds of refugees and migrants from the overcrowded island hotspots will be relocated in camps in mainland Greece , as the flows continue. (Photo by LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP)
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