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000_1LK0K1.jpg0 viewsFrench Prime Minister Edouard Philippe (R), and French Junior Minister for Transports Jean-Baptiste Djebbari (2L) visit Gare de l'Est Paris' station on October 19, 2019 following disruption in the regional train network. (Photo by DOMINIQUE FAGET / AFP)
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000_1LJ89L.jpg0 viewsA mangesture as the Macul Metro station burns during a mass fare-dodging protest in Santiago, on October 19, 2019. - The entire Santiago Metro, which mobilizes about three million passengers per day, stopped operating on Friday afternoon following attacks in rejection of the rate hike, the company said. The chaos beat Santiago this Friday with confrontations, fires and attacks on the metropolitan railway, in protest of the increase in fares that forced the closure of all Metro stations. (Photo by JAVIER TORRES / AFP)
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000_1LJ89G.jpg0 viewsProtesters gesture as the Macul Metro station burns during a mass fare-dodging protest in Santiago, on October 19, 2019. - The entire Santiago Metro, which mobilizes about three million passengers per day, stopped operating on Friday afternoon following attacks in rejection of the rate hike, the company said. The chaos beat Santiago this Friday with confrontations, fires and attacks on the metropolitan railway, in protest of the increase in fares that forced the closure of all Metro stations. (Photo by JAVIER TORRES / AFP)
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000_1LJ89F.jpg0 viewsView of Macul Metro station set on fire by protesters during a mass fare-dodging protest in Santiago, on October 19, 2019. - The entire Santiago Metro, which mobilizes about three million passengers per day, stopped operating on Friday afternoon following attacks in rejection of the rate hike, the company said. The chaos beat Santiago this Friday with confrontations, fires and attacks on the metropolitan railway, in protest of the increase in fares that forced the closure of all Metro stations. (Photo by JAVIER TORRES / AFP)
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000_1LJ87T.jpg0 viewsView of Macul Metro station set on fire by protesters during a mass fare-dodging protest in Santiago, on October 19, 2019. - The entire Santiago Metro, which mobilizes about three million passengers per day, stopped operating on Friday afternoon following attacks in rejection of the rate hike, the company said. The chaos beat Santiago this Friday with confrontations, fires and attacks on the metropolitan railway, in protest of the increase in fares that forced the closure of all Metro stations. (Photo by JAVIER TORRES / AFP)
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000_1LJ87Q.jpg2 viewsView of Macul Metro station set on fire by protesters during a mass fare-dodging protest in Santiago, on October 19, 2019. - The entire Santiago Metro, which mobilizes about three million passengers per day, stopped operating on Friday afternoon following attacks in rejection of the rate hike, the company said. The chaos beat Santiago this Friday with confrontations, fires and attacks on the metropolitan railway, in protest of the increase in fares that forced the closure of all Metro stations. (Photo by JAVIER TORRES / AFP)
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000_1LJ24M.jpg0 viewsA police officer approaches pro-Kurdish protesters as they display anti-Turkey banners reading "German tanks out of Kurdistan" (L) during a demonstration in front of German carmaking giant Volkswagen's main showroom in Berlin on October 18, 2019. - Volkswagen has paused a planned USD 1.4 billion investment in Turkey as a result of the country's military offensive in Syria. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)
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000_1LJ22L.jpg0 viewsPro-Kurdish protesters display an anti-Turkey banner reading "Stop weapons exports, lift the ban on the PKK" during a demonstration in front of German carmaking giant Volkswagen's main showroom in Berlin on October 18, 2019. - Volkswagen has paused a planned USD 1.4 billion investment in Turkey as a result of the country's military offensive in Syria. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)
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000_1LJ20Z.jpg0 viewsPro-Kurdish protesters display anti-Turkey banners reading "No deals with Turkey" (R) during a demonstration in front of German carmaking giant Volkswagen's main showroom in Berlin on October 18, 2019. - Volkswagen has paused a planned USD 1.4 billion investment in Turkey as a result of the country's military offensive in Syria. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)
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000_1L85VZ.jpg0 viewsCommuters line up to trade plastic bottles for transit credit at a reverse vending machine on October 8, 2019 at the Cipro underground metro station on the A line in Rome. - Commuters in Rome can save cash and act for the environment by swapping plastic for transit credits. At three stations in Rome, Cipro on the A line, Piramide on the B line and San Giovanni on the C line, commuters can recycle plastic bottles in reverse vending machines in exchange for credits that can be used towards bus and metro tickets. (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP)
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000_1L85VY.jpg0 viewsCommuters line up to trade plastic bottles for transit credit at a reverse vending machine on October 8, 2019 at the Cipro underground metro station on the A line in Rome. - Commuters in Rome can save cash and act for the environment by swapping plastic for transit credits. At three stations in Rome, Cipro on the A line, Piramide on the B line and San Giovanni on the C line, commuters can recycle plastic bottles in reverse vending machines in exchange for credits that can be used towards bus and metro tickets. (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP)
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000_1L85UA.jpg0 viewsCommuters line up to trade plastic bottles for transit credit at a reverse vending machine on October 8, 2019 at the Cipro underground metro station on the A line in Rome. - Commuters in Rome can save cash and act for the environment by swapping plastic for transit credits. At three stations in Rome, Cipro on the A line, Piramide on the B line and San Giovanni on the C line, commuters can recycle plastic bottles in reverse vending machines in exchange for credits that can be used towards bus and metro tickets. (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP)
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000_1L85TV.jpg0 viewsCommuters line up to trade plastic bottles for transit credit at a reverse vending machine on October 8, 2019 at the Cipro underground metro station on the A line in Rome. - Commuters in Rome can save cash and act for the environment by swapping plastic for transit credits. At three stations in Rome, Cipro on the A line, Piramide on the B line and San Giovanni on the C line, commuters can recycle plastic bottles in reverse vending machines in exchange for credits that can be used towards bus and metro tickets. (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP)
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000_1KQ630.jpg0 viewsCrew members of 'INS Khanderi', the second submarine of Project 75 (Yard 11876), stand alert during its commissioning ceremony into the Indian Navy at Mumbai naval base on September 28, 2019. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1KQ62W.jpg0 viewsIndia's Defence Minister Rajnath Singh (R) waves from 'INS Khanderi', the second submarine of Project 75 (Yard 11876), during its commissioning ceremony into the Indian Navy at Mumbai naval base on September 28, 2019. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1KQ62U.jpg0 viewsIndia's Defence Minister Rajnath Singh (3rd L) poses with officials on 'INS Khanderi', the second submarine of Project 75 (Yard 11876), during its commissioning ceremony into the Indian Navy at Mumbai naval base on September 28, 2019. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1KQ62S.jpg0 viewsThe crew of 'INS Khanderi', the second submarine of Project 75 (Yard 11876), pose for a photograph with their family members during its commissioning ceremony into the Indian Navy at Mumbai naval base on September 28, 2019. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1KQ62Q.jpg0 views'INS Khanderi', the second submarine of Project 75 (Yard 11876), is seen during its commissioning ceremony into the Indian Navy at Mumbai naval base on September 28, 2019. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1KQ62P.jpg0 viewsIndia's Defence Minister Rajnath Singh (C) poses with crew of 'INS Khanderi', the second submarine of Project 75 (Yard 11876), during its commissioning ceremony into the Indian Navy at Mumbai naval base on September 28, 2019. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1KQ62O.jpg0 views'INS Khanderi', the second submarine of Project 75 (Yard 11876), is seen during its commissioning ceremony into the Indian Navy at Mumbai naval base on September 28, 2019. (Photo by PUNIT PARANJPE / AFP)
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000_1KA81H.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators from the action group "Sand im Getriebe" (grit in the gears) calling for radical change in transport policy and in the motor industry protest on September 15, 2019 outside the fairgrounds in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where is taking place the IAA International Motor Show. - The 10-day long IAA show, where the latest automobile trends are being showcased until September 22, is crystallising tensions over the car industry in Germany, where climate change is shaking up the public discourse. (Photo by Lennart Stock / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1KA8QD.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators from the action group "Sand im Getriebe" (grit in the gears) calling for radical change in transport policy and in the motor industry block an entrance to the fairgrounds as they protest on September 15, 2019 outside the fairgrounds in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where is taking place the IAA International Motor Show. - The 10-day long IAA show, where the latest automobile trends are being showcased until September 22, is crystallising tensions over the car industry in Germany, where climate change is shaking up the public discourse. (Photo by Frank Rumpenhorst / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1KA7TT.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators from the action group "Sand im Getriebe" (grit in the gears) calling for radical change in transport policy and in the motor industry protest on September 15, 2019 outside the fairgrounds in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where is taking place the IAA International Motor Show. - The 10-day long IAA show, where the latest automobile trends are being showcased until September 22, is crystallising tensions over the car industry in Germany, where climate change is shaking up the public discourse. (Photo by Boris Roessler / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1KA7KR.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators from the action group "Sand im Getriebe" (grit in the gears) calling for radical change in transport policy and in the motor industry face policemen as they block a road leading to the fairgrounds on September 15, 2019 outside the fairgrounds in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where is taking place the IAA International Motor Show. - The 10-day long IAA show, where the latest automobile trends are being showcased until September 22, is crystallising tensions over the car industry in Germany, where climate change is shaking up the public discourse. (Photo by Frank Rumpenhorst / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1KA7KH.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators from the action group "Sand im Getriebe" (grit in the gears) calling for radical change in transport policy and in the motor industry protest on September 15, 2019 outside the fairgrounds in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where is taking place the IAA International Motor Show. - The 10-day long IAA show, where the latest automobile trends are being showcased until September 22, is crystallising tensions over the car industry in Germany, where climate change is shaking up the public discourse. (Photo by Boris Roessler / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1KA7J9.jpg0 viewsA demonstrator from the action group "Sand im Getriebe" (grit in the gears) calling for radical change in transport policy and in the motor industry wears a breathing protection mask reading "Hope dies - Action begins" as he protests on September 15, 2019 outside the fairgrounds in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where is taking place the IAA International Motor Show. - The 10-day long IAA show, where the latest automobile trends are being showcased until September 22, is crystallising tensions over the car industry in Germany, where climate change is shaking up the public discourse. (Photo by Boris Roessler / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1KA7IU.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators from the action group "Robin Wood" calling for a change in transport policy and in the motor industry use inflated cubes reading "Car Free" to block a road leading to the fairgrounds as they protest on September 15, 2019 in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where is taking place the IAA International Motor Show. - The 10-day long IAA show, where the latest automobile trends are being showcased until September 22, is crystallising tensions over the car industry in Germany, where climate change is shaking up the public discourse. (Photo by Frank Rumpenhorst / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1K7948.jpg0 viewsAn environmental activist wearing a mask of German Chancellor Angela Merkel gets into a car of German car maker BMW as other activists hold up posters reading "gas guzzling vehicles off the road" and "Stop petrol and diesel" as they protest in front of the main entrance to the fair grounds in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where the German Chancellor was expected to officially open the biennial International Auto Show (IAA) on September 12, 2019. - Climate protection protesters say the car sector is failing to reduce carbon emissions despite a massive push for new electric vehicles. (Photo by Yann Schreiber / AFP)
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000_1K7946.jpg1 viewsAn environmental activist wearing a mask of German Chancellor Angela Merkel gets into a car of German car maker BMW as other activists hold up a poster reading "Stop petrol and diesel" as they protest in front of the main entrance to the fair grounds in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, where the German Chancellor was expected to officially open the biennial International Auto Show (IAA) on September 12, 2019. - Climate protection protesters say the car sector is failing to reduce carbon emissions despite a massive push for new electric vehicles. (Photo by Yann Schreiber / AFP)
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000_1K814J.jpg0 viewsA Greenpeace activist standing on a BMW car holds a poster reading "Climate Killers" as she demonstrates at the booth of German car maker BMW, where German Chancellor Angela Merkel touring the fair grounds was expected after officially opening the International Auto Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on September 12, 2019. - Climate protection protesters say the car sector is failing to reduce carbon emissions despite a massive push for new electric vehicles. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1K814H.jpg0 viewsA Greenpeace activist standing on a BMW car holds a poster reading "Climate Killers" as she demonstrates at the booth of German car maker BMW, where German Chancellor Angela Merkel touring the fair grounds was expected after officially opening the International Auto Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on September 12, 2019. - Climate protection protesters say the car sector is failing to reduce carbon emissions despite a massive push for new electric vehicles. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1K813X.jpg1 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel and the President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) Bernhard Mattes step out of a driverless bus by manufacturer Continental during her opening tour at the IAA Car Show in Frankfurt on September 12, 2019. - German Chancellor Angela Merkel opens the biennial IAA car show in Frankfurt to the public on September 12, 2019, addressing an auto industry on the defensive over safety and the environment. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1K83FS.jpg0 viewsSwedish CEO of German car maker Daimler Ola Kaellenius takes part in a panel discussion at the International Auto Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on September 12, 2019. (Photo by Boris Roessler / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1K83FN.jpg0 viewsSwedish CEO of German car maker Daimler Ola Kaellenius (L) and Robert Habeck, Chairman of Greens party (Buendnis 90/Die Gruenen) take part in a panel discussion at the International Auto Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on September 12, 2019. (Photo by Boris Roessler / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1K81F1.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at a BMW Vision iNext concept car with the CEO of German carmaker BMW Oliver Zipse (L) and the President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) Bernhard Mattes as she visits the company's booth during her opening tour at the IAA Car Show in Frankfurt on September 12, 2019. - German Chancellor Angela Merkel opens the biennial IAA car show in Frankfurt to the public on September 12, 2019, addressing an auto industry on the defensive over safety and the environment. (Photo by Daniel ROLAND / AFP)
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000_1K81ER.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at a BMW Vision iNext concept car with the CEO of German carmaker BMW Oliver Zipse (L) and the President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) Bernhard Mattes as she visits the company's booth during her opening tour at the IAA Car Show in Frankfurt on September 12, 2019. - German Chancellor Angela Merkel opens the biennial IAA car show in Frankfurt to the public on September 12, 2019, addressing an auto industry on the defensive over safety and the environment. (Photo by Daniel ROLAND / AFP)
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000_1K80UQ.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel stands with the CEO of German car maker Porsche Oliver Blume (R) and the President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) Bernhard Mattes as she visits the company's booth during her opening tour at the IAA Car Show in Frankfurt on September 12, 2019. - German Chancellor Angela Merkel opens the biennial IAA car show in Frankfurt to the public on September 12, 2019, addressing an auto industry on the defensive over safety and the environment. (Photo by Thomas Frey / DPA / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1K80TD.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (2nd L) talks with Bernhard Mattes (2nd R), President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), Audi board member Hildegard Wortmann (L) and Audi CEO Bram Schot (R) as she tours the fair grounds after officially opening the International Auto Show (IAA) in Frankfurt am Main, western Germany, on September 12, 2019. - Frankfurt's biennial International Auto Show (IAA) opens its doors to the public, but major foreign carmakers are staying away while climate demonstrators march outside -- forming a microcosm of the under-pressure industry's woes. (Photo by Andreas Arnold / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1K80TA.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks next to a ID.3 electric car as she visits the booth of German car giant Volkswagen (VW) during her opening tour at the IAA Car Show in Frankfurt on September 12, 2019. - German Chancellor Angela Merkel opens the biennial IAA car show in Frankfurt to the public on September 12, 2019, addressing an auto industry on the defensive over safety and the environment. (Photo by Daniel ROLAND / AFP)
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000_1K80T5.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel poses with the CEO of German car giant Volkswagen (VW) Herbert Diess (2nd L) and the President of the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) Bernhard Mattes (L) in front of a ID.3 electric car as she visits the company's booth during her opening tour at the IAA Car Show in Frankfurt on September 12, 2019. - German Chancellor Angela Merkel opens the biennial IAA car show in Frankfurt to the public on September 12, 2019, addressing an auto industry on the defensive over safety and the environment. (Photo by Daniel ROLAND / AFP)
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