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000_1KD7AY.jpg0 views(COMBO) This combination picture created on September 18, 2019 shows Retired Israeli General Benny Gantz (L), leader and candidate of the Israel Resilience party that is part of the Blue and White (Kahol Lavan) political alliance, speaking to journalists after voting during Israel's parliamentary election at a polling station in Rosh Haayin, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) smiling after casting his vote at a polling station in Jerusalem on September 17, 2019. - Netanyahu and his main challenger Gantz were locked in a tight race in the country's general election after polls closed, exit surveys showed, raising the possibility of another deadlock. Three separate exit polls carried by Israeli television stations showed Netanyahu's right-wing Likud and Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance with between 31 and 34 parliament seats each out of 120. (Photo by Emmanuel DUNAND and Menahem KAHANA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD7AF.jpg0 viewsA handout picture provided by the Cypriot government's Press and Information Office (PIO) on September 18, 2019 shows, Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) Stephen Barclay (2-L) meeting with Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades (R), in the Cypriot capital Nicosia on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Stavros IOANNIDES / PIO / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / PIO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===00000
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000_1KD7AE.jpg0 viewsA handout picture provided by the Cypriot government's Press and Information Office (PIO) on September 18, 2019 shows, Britain's Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) Stephen Barclay (L) meeting with Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, in the Cypriot capital Nicosia on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Stavros IOANNIDES / PIO / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / PIO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===00000
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000_1KD6W1.jpg0 viewsAnti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller arrives at the Supreme Court in central London, on the second day of the hearing into the decision by the government to prorogue parliament on September 18, 2019. - Judges are hearing three days of highly-charged arguments over whether it was lawful for Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson to advise Queen Elizabeth II to prorogue, or suspend, parliament for more than a month, as the clock ticks down to Britain's October 31 EU exit date. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6VH.jpg0 viewsAnti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller arrives at the Supreme Court in central London, on the second day of the hearing into the decision by the government to prorogue parliament on September 18, 2019. - Judges are hearing three days of highly-charged arguments over whether it was lawful for Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson to advise Queen Elizabeth II to prorogue, or suspend, parliament for more than a month, as the clock ticks down to Britain's October 31 EU exit date. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6UK.jpg1 viewsBrexit Party leader Nigel Farage (L) jokes with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (R) at the opening of a debate on Brexit at the European Parliament on September 18, 2019 in Strasbourg. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6UJ.jpg0 viewsBrexit Party leader Nigel Farage (L) laughs with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker before a debate on Brexit at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, northeastern France on September 18, 2019. (Photo by FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6UG.jpg0 viewsSpanish acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez leaves after attending a parliament plenary session on September 18, 2019 in Madrid. - Spain will hold a repeat general election in November -- its fourth in four years -- after acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez failed to secure the support he needs from other parties. (Photo by PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6UC.jpg0 viewsSpanish acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (C) leaves after attending a parliament plenary session on September 18, 2019 in Madrid. - Spain will hold a repeat general election in November -- its fourth in four years -- after acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez failed to secure the support he needs from other parties. (Photo by PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6U1.jpg0 viewsMembers of Parliament applaud after Spanish acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (L, down) answered questions during a parliament plenary session on September 18, 2019 in Madrid. - Spain will hold a repeat general election in November -- its fourth in four years -- after acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez failed to secure the support he needs from other parties. (Photo by PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6TN.jpg0 viewsGerman Health Minister Jens Spahn (L) and German Family Minister Franziska Giffey share a smile as they arrive for the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6TM.jpg0 viewsSpanish acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez answers questions during a parliament plenary session on September 18, 2019 in Madrid. - Spain will hold a repeat general election in November -- its fourth in four years -- after acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez failed to secure the support he needs from other parties. (Photo by PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6K8.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas as they arrive for the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6K1.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives to lead the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6JB.jpg0 viewsGerman Health Minister Jens Spahn (L) confers with German Family Minister Franziska Giffey prior the start of the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6J6.jpg0 viewsGerman Minister for Food and Agriculture Julia Kloeckner talks at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6J5.jpg0 viewsGerman Health Minister Jens Spahn (C) confers with German Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (R) and German Labour Minister Hubertus Heil (L) prior the start of the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6J2.jpg0 viewsGerman Economy Minister Peter Altmaier holds a folder at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6IR.jpg0 viewsSpanish far-right party Vox leader Santiago Abascal (C) arrives for a parliament plenary session on September 18, 2019 in Madrid. - Spain will hold a repeat general election in November -- its fourth in four years -- after acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez failed to secure the support he needs from other parties. (Photo by PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6IG.jpg0 viewsProtesters dedicate flowers to the statues of comfort women during a demonstration outside Japan consulate in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019 to mark the 88th anniversary of Manchurian Incident. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6IF.jpg1 viewsProtesters take part in a demonstration outside Japan consulate in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019 to mark the 88th anniversary of Manchurian Incident. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6IE.jpg0 viewsProtesters chant slogans and burn a petition letter during a demonstration outside Japan consulate in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019 to mark the 88th anniversary of Manchurian Incident. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6ID.jpg0 viewsProtesters take part in a demonstration outside Japan consulate in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019 to mark the 88th anniversary of Manchurian Incident. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6BW.jpg0 viewsPhilippine Coast Guard (PCG) personnel (L), accused of shooting dead a Taiwanese fisherman whose boat sailed close to the northern Philippine coast in 2013, listen to their lawyer outside a court in Manila on September 18, 2019. - Coastguard sailors who opened fire on a Taiwanese fisherman in Philippine waters were convicted of his 2013 killing, which strained ties between the historically friendly neighbours. (Photo by STR / AFP)00000
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000_1KD6A0.jpg0 viewsA Chinese flag is left outside a shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5HC.jpgPompeo heads to Gulf amid Iran tensions0 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo boards a flight before departing from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 17, 2019. - Pompeo is heading to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5HB.jpgPompeo heads to Gulf amid Iran tensions0 viewsUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gets ready to board his plane departing from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 17, 2019. - Pompeo is heading to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5H3.jpg0 viewsActivists backing the depenalization of abortion react after the Ecuadorean Congress voted against the decriminalization of abortion in cases of rape, on September 17, 2019 outside the Congress building in Quito. - In the framework of the debate on criminal reforms, including one that would broaden the grounds for ending pregnancy, social groups proposed the decriminalization of abortion for all cases of rape. Feminist groups hold that every year about 2,500 teenagers give birth in the country as a result of sexual attacks. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5GT.jpg1 viewsActivists backing the depenalization of abortion react after the Ecuadorean Congress voted against the decriminalization of abortion in cases of rape, on September 17, 2019 outside the Congress building in Quito. - In the framework of the debate on criminal reforms, including one that would broaden the grounds for ending pregnancy, social groups proposed the decriminalization of abortion for all cases of rape. Feminist groups hold that every year about 2,500 teenagers give birth in the country as a result of sexual attacks. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5GS.jpg0 viewsActivists backing the depenalization of abortion react after the Ecuadorean Congress voted against the decriminalization of abortion in cases of rape, on September 17, 2019 outside the Congress building in Quito. - In the framework of the debate on criminal reforms, including one that would broaden the grounds for ending pregnancy, social groups proposed the decriminalization of abortion for all cases of rape. Feminist groups hold that every year about 2,500 teenagers give birth in the country as a result of sexual attacks. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5GR.jpg0 viewsActivists backing the depenalization of abortion react after the Ecuadorean Congress voted against the decriminalization of abortion in cases of rape, on September 17, 2019 outside the Congress building in Quito. - In the framework of the debate on criminal reforms, including one that would broaden the grounds for ending pregnancy, social groups proposed the decriminalization of abortion for all cases of rape. Feminist groups hold that every year about 2,500 teenagers give birth in the country as a result of sexual attacks. (Photo by Rodrigo BUENDIA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5C8.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) waves to supporters alongside his wife Sara Netanyahu (C-L) at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by Menahem KAHANA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5C1.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) gestures to supporters alongside his wife Sara Netanyahu (L) at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by Menahem KAHANA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5C0.jpg1 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) waves to supporters alongside his wife Sara Netanyahu at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by Menahem KAHANA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5BW.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) waves as he addresses supporters at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by Jack GUEZ / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5BV.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, his wife Sara Netanyahu, and others sing together the national anthem after addressing supporters at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by Jack GUEZ / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5BR.jpg1 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C), his wife Sara Netanyahu (C-L), and others sing together the national anthem after addressing supporters at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by Menahem KAHANA / AFP)00000
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000_1KD5BN.jpg0 viewsIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses supporters at his Likud party's electoral campaign headquarters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv early on September 18, 2019. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was waiting for results in the country's general election, but that he was prepared for negotiations to form a "strong Zionist government." He spoke as exit polls showed a tight race between his right-wing Likud and ex-military chief Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White alliance. (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA / AFP)00000
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ISLAMABAD: September 18 - President Dr. Arif Alvi addressing the National Parliamentarians Conference on Kashmir. APP
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PESHAWAR: September 18 - Prime Minister Imran Khan chairing KP Provincial Cabinet meeting. APP
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