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000_1IQ7U7.jpg0 viewsThis aerial view taken on July 14, 2019 shows the city of Paris with the Montparnasse Tower (Tour Montparnasse) and Paris Montparnasse railway station. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP)
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000_1IO1RZ.jpg0 viewsDemonstrators show placards reading "the train line Perpignan-Rungis removed = 25,000 more trucks a year" on a platform of Perpignan freight station, as they protest against the closing of the greengrocer's train between Perpignan and Rungis, France's largest market located in the south of Paris on July 12, 2019. (Photo by Raymond ROIG / AFP)
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000_1IO1RF.jpg0 viewsPeople stick placards on the train Perpignan-Rungis during a demonstration against the removal of the train carrying fresh products from Perpignan to Rungis market, France's largest market south of Paris, on July 12, 2019 in Perpignan, southern France. (Photo by Raymond ROIG / AFP)
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000_1IO1QM.jpg0 viewsCGT Union members, railway workers and people wearing Yellow Vest (Gilets Jaunes) gather on a platform of Perpignan freight station, during a demonstration against the removal of the train carrying fresh products from Perpignan to Rungis market, France's largest market located in the south of Paris on July 12, 2019 in Perpignan, southern France. (Photo by RAYMOND ROIG / AFP)
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000_1IL9V9.jpg1 viewsPakistani onlookers and local residents search for victims in the wreckage of train carriages after two trains collided in Rahim Yar Khan district in Punjab province on July 11, 2019. - At least nine people were killed and more than 60 injured when two trains collided in central Pakistan early July 11, officials said. The incident took place in Rahim yar Khan district in Punjab province when a passenger train coming from the eastern city of Lahore rammed into a goods train that had stopped at a crossing, a senior government official said. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1IL9TE.jpg1 viewsPakistani rescue personnel and local residents search for victims in a wreck train carriage after two trains collided in Rahim Yar Khan district in Punjab province on July 11, 2019. - At least nine people were killed and more than 60 injured when two trains collided in central Pakistan early July 11, officials said. The incident took place in Rahim yar Khan district in Punjab province when a passenger train coming from the eastern city of Lahore rammed into a goods train that had stopped at a crossing, a senior government official said. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1II7TW.jpg0 viewsMembers of Punjab Roadways Punbus Contractual Workers' Union shout slogans and block traffic road during a protest against Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to demand regularisation and salary raise in Amritsar on July 9, 2019. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1II7TE.jpg0 viewsMembers of Punjab Roadways Punbus Contractual Workers' Union shout slogans and block traffic road during a protest against Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to demand regularisation and salary raise in Amritsar on July 9, 2019. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1II7T1.jpg0 viewsMembers of Punjab Roadways Punbus Contractual Workers' Union sit to block traffic road during a protest against Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to demand regularisation and salary raise in Amritsar on July 9, 2019. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1II7SP.jpg0 viewsMembers of Punjab Roadways Punbus Contractual Workers' Union shout slogans and block traffic road during a protest against Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to demand regularisation and salary raise in Amritsar on July 9, 2019. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1II7SL.jpg0 viewsMembers of Punjab Roadways Punbus Contractual Workers' Union block traffic road during a protest against Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to demand regularisation and salary raise in Amritsar on July 9, 2019. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1HY6QF.jpg0 viewsA man takes a photo of a fenced-off Victoria Harbour pier (C), which is located near the government headquarters and China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) building (background centre R), in Hong Kong on June 28, 2019, a day before the PLA will automatically be granted control of the pier under a 1994 British and Chinese agreement. - The Chinese military will be handed prime Hong Kong waterfront land on June 29, even as the city is rocked by anti-Beijing protests and just days before the anniversary of its return to China. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP)
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000_1HW8EZ.jpg4 viewsUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks during a press briefing in Kiev on June 27, 2019. - Zelensky on June 27 urged his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to release 24 sailors seized last November near the Kerch Strait. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)
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000_1HW2DS.jpg5 viewsIndian Sikh pilgrims wave from a bus as they leave towards a train station to take a train during their pilgrimage to Pakistan, in Amritsar on June 27, 2019. - Hundreds of Indian Sikh pilgrims are expected to arrive in Pakistan to celebrate the 180th death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singhthe, leader of the Sikh empire. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1HW2DM.jpg4 viewsIndian Sikh pilgrims line up to board a bus as they leave towards a train station to take a train during their pilgrimage to Pakistan, in Amritsar on June 27, 2019. - Hundreds of Indian Sikh pilgrims are expected to arrive in Pakistan to celebrate the 180th death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singhthe, leader of the Sikh empire. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1HW2DL.jpg4 viewsIndian Sikh pilgrims wave from a bus as they leave towards a train station to take a train during their pilgrimage to Pakistan, in Amritsar on June 27, 2019. - Hundreds of Indian Sikh pilgrims are expected to arrive in Pakistan to celebrate the 180th death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singhthe, leader of the Sikh empire. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1HV49B.jpg5 viewsAn image grab taken from a video released by Local Team on June 26, 2019, shows the Sea-Watch 3 NGO boat heading towards the Lampedusa island, on the Mediterranean Sea. - The Sea-Watch 3 NGO boat carrying migrants rescued in the Mediterranean is headed for Lampedusa island despite the threat of hefty fines from Italy's far-right interior minister. (Photo by - / LOCALTEAM / AFP) / Italy OUT
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000_1HV48R.jpg5 viewsAn image grab taken from a video released by Local Team on June 26, 2019, shows the Sea-Watch 3 NGO boat heading towards the Lampedusa island, on the Mediterranean Sea. - The Sea-Watch 3 NGO boat carrying migrants rescued in the Mediterranean is headed for Lampedusa island despite the threat of hefty fines from Italy's far-right interior minister. (Photo by - / LOCALTEAM / AFP) / Italy OUT
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000_1HT6DK.jpg2 viewsAn activist (2nd L) speaks next to portraits of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (2nd R) and China's President Xi Jinping (R) during a protest in front of the Chinese consulate in Manila on June 25, 2019, after a Chinese vessel last week collided with a Philippine fishing boat which sank in the disputed South China Sea and sailed away sparking outrage. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1HT6CY.jpg2 viewsActivists burn portraits of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (L) and China's President Xi Jinping (R) during a protest in front of the Chinese consulate in Manila on June 25, 2019, after a Chinese vessel last week collided with a Philippine fishing boat which sank in the disputed South China Sea and sailed away sparking outrage. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1HO5Y0.jpg4 viewsPeople hang a banner reading "upholding of the train Perpignan-Rungis" as they take part in a demonstration called by people from the Yellow Vests (Gilets Jaunes) movement, railway workers, General Confederation of Labour (CGT) union members and different political organisations to protest against the closing of the greengrocer's train between Perpignan and Rungis on June 20, 2019. - This train between the two cities might be replaced by trucks. (Photo by RAYMOND ROIG / AFP)
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000_1HO5XH.jpg2 viewsPeople settle a piece of a railway track during a demonstration called by people from the Yellow Vests (Gilets Jaunes) movement, railway workers, General Confederation of Labour (CGT) union members and different political organisations to protest against the closing of the greengrocer's train between Perpignan and Rungis on June 20, 2019. (Photo by RAYMOND ROIG / AFP)
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000_1HO5XA.jpg2 viewsPeople settle a piece of a railway track during a demonstration called by people from the Yellow Vests (Gilets Jaunes) movement, railway workers, General Confederation of Labour (CGT) union members and different political organisations to protest against the closing of the greengrocer's train between Perpignan and Rungis on June 20, 2019. (Photo by RAYMOND ROIG / AFP)
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000_1HO3R3.jpg2 viewsTurkish police officers patrols next to the drilling ship 'Yavuz' scheduled to search for oil and gas off Cyprus, at the port of Dilovasi, outside Istanbul, on June 20, 2019. - Turkey is set to send a new ship on June 20 to search for oil and gas off Cyprus, in a move expected to escalate tensions after the EU called on Ankara to stop its "illegal drilling activities". The region near the divided island is believed have rich natural gas deposits, triggering a race between Turkey and the internationally recognised Cyprus, which also plans to ramp up its exploratory activities in the eastern Mediterranean. (Photo by BULENT KILIC / AFP)
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000_1HN1YW.jpg1 viewsE-scooter for rent are parked near the Reichstag building as a cyclist rides past them in Berlin on June 19, 2019. - Germany had authorised on last May 17, 2019 battery-powered scooters on its streets and cycle paths but banned them from pavements to protect pedestrians as the two-wheeled craze continues to spread across Europe. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1HN1YP.jpg2 viewsE-scooter and electrik bikes for rent are parked near the landmark Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on June 19, 2019. - Germany had authorised on last May 17, 2019 battery-powered scooters on its streets and cycle paths but banned them from pavements to protect pedestrians as the two-wheeled craze continues to spread across Europe. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1HN1YO.jpg2 viewsE-scooter for rent are parked near the landmark Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on June 19, 2019. - Germany had authorised on last May 17, 2019 battery-powered scooters on its streets and cycle paths but banned them from pavements to protect pedestrians as the two-wheeled craze continues to spread across Europe. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1HN1YJ.jpg2 viewsE-scooter for rent are parked in the center of Berlin on June 19, 2019. - Germany had authorised on last May 17, 2019 battery-powered scooters on its streets and cycle paths but banned them from pavements to protect pedestrians as the two-wheeled craze continues to spread across Europe. (Photo by Tobias SCHWARZ / AFP)
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000_1HL90R.jpg2 viewsActivists display anti-China placards and flags during a protest at a park in Manila on June 18, 2019, after a Chinese vessel last week collided with a Philippine fishing boat which sank in the disputed South China Sea and sailed away sparking outrage. - The sinking of the Filipino fishing boat by the Chinese vessel in the disputed South China Sea was "just a collision", the Philippine's President Rodrigo Duterte said on June 17 as he moved to soothe anger over the crash. (Photo by TED ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1HL90Q.jpg1 viewsActivists display anti-China placards and flags during a protest at a park in Manila on June 18, 2019, after a Chinese vessel last week collided with a Philippine fishing boat which sank in the disputed South China Sea and sailed away sparking outrage. - The sinking of the Filipino fishing boat by the Chinese vessel in the disputed South China Sea was "just a collision", the Philippine's President Rodrigo Duterte said on June 17 as he moved to soothe anger over the crash. (Photo by TED ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1HL90O.jpg1 viewsActivists display anti-China placards and flags during a protest at a park in Manila on June 18, 2019, after a Chinese vessel last week collided with a Philippine fishing boat which sank in the disputed South China Sea and sailed away sparking outrage. - The sinking of the Filipino fishing boat by the Chinese vessel in the disputed South China Sea was "just a collision", the Philippine's President Rodrigo Duterte said on June 17 as he moved to soothe anger over the crash. (Photo by TED ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1HL90N.jpg1 viewsActivists burn Chinese flags and display anti-China placards during a protest at a park in Manila on June 18, 2019, after a Chinese vessel last week collided with a Philippine fishing boat which sank in the disputed South China Sea and sailed away sparking outrage. - The sinking of the Filipino fishing boat by the Chinese vessel in the disputed South China Sea was "just a collision", the Philippine's President Rodrigo Duterte said on June 17 as he moved to soothe anger over the crash. (Photo by TED ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1HL90M.jpg1 viewsActivists burn Chinese flags and display anti-China placards during a protest at a park in Manila on June 18, 2019, after a Chinese vessel last week collided with a Philippine fishing boat which sank in the disputed South China Sea and sailed away sparking outrage. - The sinking of the Filipino fishing boat by the Chinese vessel in the disputed South China Sea was "just a collision", the Philippine's President Rodrigo Duterte said on June 17 as he moved to soothe anger over the crash. (Photo by TED ALJIBE / AFP)
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000_1HI171.jpg2 viewsIndian commuters ride their bikes along a flooded street after heavy rains in Guwahati on June 14, 2019. (Photo by Biju BORO / AFP)
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000_1HI7QS.jpg2 viewsTramways of the BVG make their way through Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg district on June 14, 2019. (Photo by John MACDOUGALL / AFP)
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000_1HI1VJ.jpg1 viewsA picture obtained by AFP from the Iranian news agency Tasnim on June 14, 2019 shows what they say are some of the crew of the oil tankers which were targeted in suspected attacks in the Gulf of Oman, after they were reportedly rescued by the Iranian navy on June 13, 2019 in the Iranian southern port town of Bandar-e-Jask. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the Gulf of Oman the previous day, bumping up oil prices and further raising regional tensions triggered by a bitter US-Iran standoff. The ships were struck in the same strategic sea lane where four oil vessels were sabotaged last month in attacks Washington blamed on Tehran. The ship's owners confirmed their tanker had been attacked and that all of its 21 crew members had been rescued. Iran's navy rescued 44 sailors in all from the Kokuka Courageous and the Norwegian-owned Front Altair after fires broke out on both vessels. (Photo by - / TASNIM NEWS AGENCY / AFP)
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000_1HI1UO.jpg1 viewsA picture obtained by AFP from the Iranian news agency Tasnim on June 14, 2019 shows what they say are some of the crew of the oil tankers which were targeted in suspected attacks in the Gulf of Oman, after they were reportedly rescued by the Iranian navy on June 13, 2019 in the Iranian southern port town of Bandar-e-Jask. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the Gulf of Oman the previous day, bumping up oil prices and further raising regional tensions triggered by a bitter US-Iran standoff. The ships were struck in the same strategic sea lane where four oil vessels were sabotaged last month in attacks Washington blamed on Tehran. The ship's owners confirmed their tanker had been attacked and that all of its 21 crew members had been rescued. Iran's navy rescued 44 sailors in all from the Kokuka Courageous and the Norwegian-owned Front Altair after fires broke out on both vessels. (Photo by STR / TASNIM NEWS AGENCY / AFP)
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000_1HI1UN.jpg2 viewsA picture obtained by AFP from the Iranian news agency Tasnim on June 14, 2019 shows what they say are some of the crew of the oil tankers which were targeted in suspected attacks in the Gulf of Oman, after they were reportedly rescued by the Iranian navy on June 13, 2019 in the Iranian southern port town of Bandar-e-Jask. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the Gulf of Oman the previous day, bumping up oil prices and further raising regional tensions triggered by a bitter US-Iran standoff. The ships were struck in the same strategic sea lane where four oil vessels were sabotaged last month in attacks Washington blamed on Tehran. The ship's owners confirmed their tanker had been attacked and that all of its 21 crew members had been rescued. Iran's navy rescued 44 sailors in all from the Kokuka Courageous and the Norwegian-owned Front Altair after fires broke out on both vessels. (Photo by STR / TASNIM NEWS AGENCY / AFP)
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000_1HI1UL.jpg2 viewsA picture obtained by AFP from the Iranian news agency Tasnim on June 14, 2019 shows what they say are some of the crew of the oil tankers which were targeted in suspected attacks in the Gulf of Oman, after they were reportedly rescued by the Iranian navy on June 13, 2019 in the Iranian southern port town of Bandar-e-Jask. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the Gulf of Oman the previous day, bumping up oil prices and further raising regional tensions triggered by a bitter US-Iran standoff. The ships were struck in the same strategic sea lane where four oil vessels were sabotaged last month in attacks Washington blamed on Tehran. The ship's owners confirmed their tanker had been attacked and that all of its 21 crew members had been rescued. Iran's navy rescued 44 sailors in all from the Kokuka Courageous and the Norwegian-owned Front Altair after fires broke out on both vessels. (Photo by - / TASNIM NEWS AGENCY / AFP)
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000_1HH3F2.jpg3 viewsA picture obtained by AFP from Iranian News Agency ISNA on June 13, 2019 reportedly shows fire and smoke billowing from Norwegian owned Front Altair tanker said to have been attacked in the waters of the Gulf of Oman. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the waters of the Gulf of Oman today, sending world oil prices soaring as Iran helped rescue stricken crew members. The mystery incident, the second involving shipping in the strategic sea lane in only a few weeks, came amid spiralling tensions between Tehran and Washington, which has pointed the finger at Iran over earlier tanker attacks in May. (Photo by - / ISNA / AFP)
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