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000_1H726U.jpg2 viewsFormer Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma (L) and Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky hold a briefing in Kiev on June 3, 2019. - On June 3, 2019, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky re-appointed former country's leader Leonid Kuchma as Kiev's representative in Minsk talks, a three-side format which includes Russia and the OSCE and aims to implement peace agreements to end the conflict with Kremlin-backed separatists in the east of the country. The war has claimed some 13,000 lives since 2014. Ukraine and the West accuse Russia of fuelling the conflict and sending weapons to the insurgents, charges which Moscow denies despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)00000
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000_1H724U.jpg3 viewsFormer Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma (L) walks behind Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky during their briefing in Kiev on June 3, 2019. - On June 3, 2019, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky re-appointed former country's leader Leonid Kuchma as Kiev's representative in Minsk talks, a three-side format which includes Russia and the OSCE and aims to implement peace agreements to end the conflict with Kremlin-backed separatists in the east of the country. The war has claimed some 13,000 lives since 2014. Ukraine and the West accuse Russia of fuelling the conflict and sending weapons to the insurgents, charges which Moscow denies despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)00000
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000_1H724J.jpg2 viewsFormer Ukrainian president Leonid Kuchma (L) walks behind Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky during their briefing in Kiev on June 3, 2019. - On June 3, 2019, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky re-appointed former country's leader Leonid Kuchma as Kiev's representative in Minsk talks, a three-side format which includes Russia and the OSCE and aims to implement peace agreements to end the conflict with Kremlin-backed separatists in the east of the country. The war has claimed some 13,000 lives since 2014. Ukraine and the West accuse Russia of fuelling the conflict and sending weapons to the insurgents, charges which Moscow denies despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)00000
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000_1H721I.jpg2 viewsFrench Sports Minister Roxana Maracineanu wears the France 2019 Women's World Cup away jersey and holds a goody bag to show her support for the France women's football team for the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2019 as she leaves the Elysee presidential palace on June 3, 2019 in Paris after attending the weekly cabinet meeting. (Photo by ludovic MARIN / AFP)00000
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000_1H721H.jpg2 viewsThis picture obtained on June 3, 2019, shows French national Vianney Ouraghi at an undisclosed location. - A Baghdad court on June 3, 2019, has sentenced to death the last two French nationals on trial in Iraq for belonging to the Islamic State group. Bilel Kabaoui, 32, and Mourad Delhomme, 41, joined nine other French citizens transferred from Syria for trial in Iraq in receiving the death penalty. Fodil Tahar Aouidate and Vianney Ouraghi were among 11 French citizens and one Tunisian handed over to Iraqi authorities in January by a US-backed force fighting the jihadist group in Syria. (Photo by - / AFP)00000
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000_1H719R.jpg2 viewsAustrian President Alexander Van der Bellen (R) and Austrian Constitutional Court (VfGH) President Brigitte Bierlein sign documents after appointing her as new Austrian interim Chancellor during the government's swearing-in ceremony in Vienna, Austria on June 3, 2019. - Bierlein becomes Austria's first female Federal Chancellor and will lead an interim government until the elections later this year. (Photo by JOE KLAMAR / AFP)00000
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000_1H719O.jpg2 viewsPakistan's Imam-ul-Haq evades a short ball during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between England and Pakistan at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England, on June 3, 2019. (Photo by Lindsey PARNABY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE00000
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000_1H719G.jpg2 viewsAustrian Constitutional Court (VfGH) President Brigitte Bierlein and Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen (R) pose for the media after appointing her as new Austrian interim Chancellor during the government's swearing-in ceremony in Vienna, Austria on June 3, 2019. - Bierlein becomes Austria's first female Federal Chancellor and will lead an interim government until the elections later this year. (Photo by JOE KLAMAR / AFP)00000
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000_1H719D.jpg2 viewsCzech Prime Minister Andrej Babis reacts during a joint press conference with and Myanmar's State Counsellor on June 3, 2019 in Prague. (Photo by Michal CIZEK / AFP)00000
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000_1H717Q.jpg2 viewsPakistan's Imam-ul-Haq ducks under a short ball during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between England and Pakistan at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England, on June 3, 2019. (Photo by Lindsey PARNABY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE00000
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063_1147759356.jpgMarkets Open Monday Morning As Fears Of Trade Wars Continue2 viewsNEW YORK, NY - JUNE 3: Traders and financial professionals work at the opening bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), June 3, 2019 in New York City. Stocks opened mostly flat on Monday morning, amid continuing trade tensions between the United States and its major trading partners, China and Mexico. Drew Angerer/Getty Images/AFP00000
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000_1H717F.jpg2 viewsAustrian President Alexander Van der Bellen (R) and Austrian Constitutional Court (VfGH) President Brigitte Bierlein sign documents after appointing her as new Austrian interim Chancellor during the government's swearing-in ceremony in Vienna, Austria on June 3, 2019. - Bierlein becomes Austria's first female Federal Chancellor and will lead an interim government until the elections later this year. (Photo by JOE KLAMAR / AFP)00000
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000_1H717A.jpg2 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) poses with guests during the awarding ceremony of the "startsocial 2018/2019" competition on June 3, 2019 at the Chancellery in Berlin. (Photo by Odd ANDERSEN / AFP)00000
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000_1H713P.jpg3 viewsPakistan fans cheer another boundary during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between England and Pakistan at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England, on June 3, 2019. (Photo by Lindsey PARNABY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE00000
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000_1H712V.jpg2 viewsEngland's captain Eoin Morgan (R) chats with England's Jofra Archer (L) during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between England and Pakistan at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England, on June 3, 2019. (Photo by Lindsey PARNABY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE00000
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000_1H712U.jpg2 viewsAustralia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton (C) and Catholic priest Shameera Rodrigo (L) look on during the Minister's visit to the bombed St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on June 3, 2019. - Easter Sunday suicide attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels killed 258 people in Sri Lanka on April 21. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)00000
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000_1H712S.jpg1 viewsAustralia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton (L) holds flowers as Catholic priest Shameera Rodrigo (R) looks on during the Minister's visit to the bombed St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on June 3, 2019. - Easter Sunday suicide attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels killed 258 people in Sri Lanka on April 21. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)00000
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000_1H712R.jpg2 viewsAustralia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton (C) looks on as Catholic priest Shameera Rodrigo (L) talks during the Minister's visit to the bombed St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on June 3, 2019. - Easter Sunday suicide attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels killed 258 people in Sri Lanka on April 21. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)00000
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000_1H712P.jpg2 viewsAustralia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton (C in suit) talks with Catholic priest Shameera Rodrigo (L) look on during the Minister's visit to the bombed St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on June 3, 2019. - Easter Sunday suicide attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels killed 258 people in Sri Lanka on April 21. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)00000
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000_1H712H.jpg2 viewsAustralia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton (3R) talks with Catholic priest Shameera Rodrigo (L) look on during the Minister's visit to the bombed St Sebastian's Church in Negombo on June 3, 2019. - Easter Sunday suicide attacks targeting churches and luxury hotels killed 258 people in Sri Lanka on April 21. (Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)00000
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000_1H710T.jpg2 viewsA police officer secures an area on Tiananmen Square in Beijing on June 3, 2019. - China will mark 30 years since the Tiananmen crackdown on June 4, 1989. (Photo by Nicolas ASFOURI / AFP)00000
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000_1H708J.jpg3 viewsPakistani officials welcome passengers of the British Airways flight with a rose upon their arrival at the Islamabad International Airport on the outskirts of Islamabad on June 3, 2019. - British Airways landed back in Pakistan Monday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline after suspending operations due to security fears over a decade ago. The British carrier -- which halted services in 2008 following the deadly Marriott Hotel bombing in Islamabad -- is running three weekly flights from London's Heathrow airport to Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)00000
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000_1H708E.jpg2 viewsPakistani airport ground staff gather around the British Airways aircraft after landing at the Islamabad International Airport, on the outskirts of Islamabad on June 3, 2019. - British Airways landed back in Pakistan Monday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline after suspending operations due to security fears over a decade ago. The British carrier -- which halted services in 2008 following the deadly Marriott Hotel bombing in Islamabad -- is running three weekly flights from London's Heathrow airport to Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)00000
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000_1H707Z.jpg3 viewsPakistani officials welcome a British Airways pilot and passengers of the British Airways flight upon their arrival at the Islamabad International Airport, on the outskirts of Islamabad on June 3, 2019. - British Airways landed back in Pakistan Monday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline after suspending operations due to security fears over a decade ago. The British carrier -- which halted services in 2008 following the deadly Marriott Hotel bombing in Islamabad -- is running three weekly flights from London's Heathrow airport to Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)00000
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000_1H707T.jpg3 viewsPakistani officials welcome passengers of the British Airways flight with a rose upon their arrival at the Islamabad International Airport on the outskirts of Islamabad on June 3, 2019. - British Airways landed back in Pakistan Monday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline after suspending operations due to security fears over a decade ago. The British carrier -- which halted services in 2008 following the deadly Marriott Hotel bombing in Islamabad -- is running three weekly flights from London's Heathrow airport to Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)00000
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000_1H707P.jpg2 viewsUS President Donald Trump (R) and US First Lady Melania Trump (L) walk to the Marine One helicopter after disembarking Air Force One at Stansted Airport, north of London on June 3, 2019, as they begin a three-day State Visit to the UK. - Britain rolled out the red carpet for US President Donald Trump on June 3 as he arrived in Britain for a state visit already overshadowed by his outspoken remarks on Brexit. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)00000
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000_1H707H.jpg2 viewsPakistani Airport Security Forece (ASF) personnel escort British Airways officials upon their arrival at the Islamabad International Airport on the outskirts of Islamabad on June 3, 2019. - British Airways landed back in Pakistan Monday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline after suspending operations due to security fears over a decade ago. The British carrier -- which halted services in 2008 following the deadly Marriott Hotel bombing in Islamabad -- is running three weekly flights from London's Heathrow airport to Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)00000
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000_1H706Q.jpg2 viewsA British Airways aircraft prepares to land on a runway at the Islamabad International Airport on the outskirts of Islamabad on June 3, 2019. - British Airways landed back in Pakistan Monday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline after suspending operations due to security fears over a decade ago. The British carrier -- which halted services in 2008 following the deadly Marriott Hotel bombing in Islamabad -- is running three weekly flights from London's Heathrow airport to Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)00000
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000_1H706O.jpg1 viewsA British Airways plane taxies on a runway upon their arrival at the Islamabad International Airport on the outskirts of Islamabad on June 3, 2019. - British Airways landed back in Pakistan Monday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline after suspending operations due to security fears over a decade ago. The British carrier -- which halted services in 2008 following the deadly Marriott Hotel bombing in Islamabad -- is running three weekly flights from London's Heathrow airport to Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)00000
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000_1H700P.jpg2 viewsA British Airways aircraft taxies on a runway with the Pakistani (L) and Union Jack flags upon landing at the Islamabad International Airport on the outskirts of Islamabad on June 3, 2019. - British Airways landed back in Pakistan Monday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline after suspending operations due to security fears over a decade ago. The British carrier -- which halted services in 2008 following the deadly Marriott Hotel bombing in Islamabad -- is running three weekly flights from London's Heathrow airport to Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI / AFP)00000
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000_1H700M.jpg2 viewsUS President Donald Trump (R) and US First Lady Melania Trump (L) disembark Air Force One at Stansted Airport, north of London on June 3, 2019, as they begin a three-day State Visit to the UK. - Britain rolled out the red carpet for US President Donald Trump on June 3 as he arrived in Britain for a state visit already overshadowed by his outspoken remarks on Brexit. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)00000
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000_1H696M.jpg2 viewsUS Acting Secretary of Defence Patrick Michael Shanahan talks with South Korean Defense Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo (not pictured) during their meeting at the ministry of National Defense in Seoul on June 3, 2019. (Photo by KIM MIN-HEE / KYODO NEWS/POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1H696L.jpg2 viewsUS Acting Secretary of Defence Patrick Michael Shanahan (L) shakes hands with South Korean Defense Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo (R) prior their meeting at the ministry of National Defense in Seoul on June 3, 2019. (Photo by KIM MIN-HEE / KYODO NEWS/POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1H696I.jpg3 viewsUS Acting Secretary of Defence Patrick Michael Shanahan (L) shakes hands with South Korean Defense Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo (R) prior their meeting at the ministry of National Defense in Seoul on June 3, 2019. (Photo by KIM MIN-HEE / KYODO NEWS/POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1H695Z.jpg2 viewsSouth Korean protestors hold a banner reading "Return OPCON (wartime control) Now!" during an anti-US rally outside the Defence Ministry in Seoul on June 3, 2019 as US Acting Secretary of Defence Patrick Michael Shanahan visits the ministry. (Photo by Jung Yeon-je / AFP)00000
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000_1H693M.jpg2 viewsChinese warships are seen docked at Garden Island naval base in Sydney on June 3, 2019. - Australians were surprised by the sight of three Chinese warships steaming into to Sydney Harbour, on June 3, 2019 forcing the prime minister to reassure jittery residents. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)00000
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000_1H692Q.jpg2 viewsThree Chinese warships are seen docked at Garden Island naval base in Sydney on June 3, 2019. - Australians were surprised by the sight of three Chinese warships steaming into to Sydney Harbour, on June 3, 2019 forcing the prime minister to reassure jittery residents. (Photo by PETER PARKS / AFP)00000
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000_1H75K1.jpg2 viewsEngland's Joe Root (L) looks on as England's Jos Buttler (R) celebrates after reaching his half century during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between England and Pakistan at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England, on June 3, 2019. (Photo by Lindsey PARNABY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE00000
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000_1H75JZ.jpg2 viewsEngland's Jos Buttler (R) celebrates after reaching his half century during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between England and Pakistan at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England, on June 3, 2019. (Photo by Lindsey PARNABY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE00000
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