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000_1KD9WM.jpg0 viewsPakistani cricketer Umar Akmal (L) bats as teammate Ahmed Shahzad looks on during a training session at the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 18, 2019, ahead of the upcoming limited-overs series against Sri Lanka. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9W5.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic give a joint press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9VS.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic give a joint press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9VI.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic give a joint press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9VA.jpg0 viewsSerbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic gives a joint press conference with the German Chancellor (not in picture) at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9V0.jpg0 viewsPro-Brexit demonstrators wave the Union flag and hold placards outside 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_1KD9UZ.jpg1 viewsPro-Brexit demonstrators wave the Union flag and hold placards outside 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_1KD9UX.jpg2 viewsMusicians perform as they march inside the campus of City University during a flash mob concert in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. As pro-democracy protests grind on for a fourth month, Hong Kong has been left counting the cost, with the city’s tourist industry battered and businesses forced to lay off staff as they struggle to stay afloat.
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000_1KD9Q5.jpg1 viewsA conductor gestures as he leads an orchestra in a flash mob concert at City University of Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. As pro-democracy protests grind on for a fourth month, Hong Kong has been left counting the cost, with the city’s tourist industry battered and businesses forced to lay off staff as they struggle to stay afloat.
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000_1KD9Q2.jpg1 viewsMusicians perform as they march at City University during a flash mob concert in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. As pro-democracy protests grind on for a fourth month, Hong Kong has been left counting the cost, with the city’s tourist industry battered and businesses forced to lay off staff as they struggle to stay afloat.
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000_1KD9PY.jpg1 viewsMusicians perform as they march at City University during a flash mob concert in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. As pro-democracy protests grind on for a fourth month, Hong Kong has been left counting the cost, with the city’s tourist industry battered and businesses forced to lay off staff as they struggle to stay afloat.
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000_1KD9PW.jpg1 viewsA condutor wearing a mask and protective goggles looks at the audience after a flash mob concert in a shopping mall at Kowloon Tong district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. As pro-democracy protests grind on for a fourth month, Hong Kong has been left counting the cost, with the city’s tourist industry battered and businesses forced to lay off staff as they struggle to stay afloat.
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000_1KD9PU.jpg1 viewsA conductor (C in spotlight) gestures as he leads an orchestra during a flash mob concert in a shopping mall at Kowloon Tong district of Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. As pro-democracy protests grind on for a fourth month, Hong Kong has been left counting the cost, with the city’s tourist industry battered and businesses forced to lay off staff as they struggle to stay afloat.
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000_1KD9PH.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic arrive to give a joint press conference at the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9PF.jpg0 viewsPro-Brexit demonstrators wave the Union flag and hold placards outside 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_1KD9IH.jpg0 viewsThis picture taken on September 18, 2019 shows police barriers at Istanbul's courthouse during the trial of a US consulate staffer accused of spying and attempting to overthrow the government. - Metin Topuz, a Turkish citizen and liaison with the US Drug Enforcement Administration, was arrested in 2017 and has been accused of ties to US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen who Ankara says ordered a failed 2016 coup. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9I4.jpg0 viewsPeople walk by police barriers next to Istanbul's courthouse on September 18, 2019, during the trial of a US consulate staffer accused of spying and attempting to overthrow the government, in Istanbul. - A Turkish court ruled on September 18, 2019, that a US consular staffer would remain in jail while his espionage trial continued, in a case that has added to tensions with Washington. Metin Topuz, a Turkish citizen and liaison with the US Drug Enforcement Administration, was arrested in 2017 and has been accused of ties to US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen who Ankara says ordered a failed 2016 coup. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9I0.jpg0 viewsA man walks next to police barriers next to Istanbul's courthouse on September 18, 2019, during the trial of a US consulate staffer accused of spying and attempting to overthrow the government, in Istanbul. - A Turkish court ruled on September 18, 2019, that a US consular staffer would remain in jail while his espionage trial continued, in a case that has added to tensions with Washington. Metin Topuz, a Turkish citizen and liaison with the US Drug Enforcement Administration, was arrested in 2017 and has been accused of ties to US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen who Ankara says ordered a failed 2016 coup. (Photo by Ozan KOSE / AFP)00000
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000_1KD9ER.jpg0 viewsOpposition leader Lyubov Sobol holds a poster reading "I am, we are, the entire country" during a protest in support of Russian actor Pavel Ustinov next to the Russian Presidential administration in central Moscow on September 18, 2019. - About 200 Russians including actors and musicians staged a protest on Wednesday outside the presidential administration in Moscow in support of jailed demonstrators amid a crackdown on the opposition. This month Russian courts sentenced six people to jail terms ranging from two to four years following a wave of anti-government protests in Moscow. The sentencing of young actor Pavel Ustinov caused particular outrage, sparking a rare solidarity drive among popular actors and other Kremlin-friendly celebrities. (Photo by Dimitar DILKOFF / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8W1.jpg0 viewsFrench Economy and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire speaks during a press conference following the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee presidential Palace in Paris on September 18, 2019. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8VY.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic inspect a military honor guard during a welcoming ceremony in front of the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8VP.jpg0 viewsGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) and Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic talk during a welcoming ceremony in front of the Chancellery in Berlin on September 18, 2019. (Photo by AXEL SCHMIDT / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8UE.jpg0 viewsFrench Economy and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire (L), French Government's spokesperson Sibeth Ndiaye (C) and French Junior Minister for Digital affairs Cedric O (R), give a press conference following the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee presidential Palace in Paris on September 18, 2019. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8TH.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Foreign Correspondent's Club (FCC) hold a silent protest in Central district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8TD.jpg0 viewsFrench Education and Youth Affairs Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer (L) and French Junior Interior Minister Laurent Nunez leave the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee Presidential palace on September 18, 2019 in Paris. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8MZ.jpg0 viewsMembers of the Foreign Correspondent's Club (FCC) hold a silent protest in Central district in Hong Kong on September 18, 2019. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8MU.jpg0 viewsFrench Overseas Minister Annick Girardin leaves the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee Presidential palace on September 18, 2019 in Paris. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8MC.jpg0 viewsFrench Minister of Territorial Cohesion and Relations with Territorial Communities Jacqueline Gourault leaves the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee Presidential palace on September 18, 2019 in Paris. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8LJ.jpg0 viewsParatroopers parachute from an original C-47 Dakota during the commemoration of the Operation Market Garden that was conducted 75 years ago, on September 18, 2019. - 'Operation Market' was the airborne part of failed allied operation Market Garden during the WWII, from 17 to 25 September 1944. (Photo by Piroschka van de Wouw / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT00000
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000_1KD8F8.jpg0 viewsJapan's Princess Kako of Akishino (L) meets with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna, Austria on September 18 , 2019. - Japan's Princess Kako of Akishino is on the third day of her official overseas trip to Austria and Hungary. Japan and Austria mark the 150 years anniversary of diplomatic affairs. (Photo by HANS PUNZ / APA / AFP) / Austria OUT00000
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000_1KD8F5.jpg0 viewsJapan's Princess Kako of Akishino (L) meets with Chancellor of Austria Brigitte Bierlein at the Austrian Chancellery in Vienna, Austria on September 18 , 2019. - Japan's Princess Kako of Akishino is on the third day of her official overseas trip to Austria and Hungary. Japan and Austria mark the 150 years anniversary of diplomatic affairs. (Photo by HANS PUNZ / APA / AFP) / Austria OUT00000
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000_1KD8EX.jpg0 views(From L) French Minister of Public Action and Accounts Gerald Darmanin, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and French Junior Minister for territorial communities Sebastien Lecornu leave the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee Presidential palace on September 18, 2019 in Paris. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8EO.jpg0 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) listens as the father of a young girl, who is being treated in the Acorn childrens' ward, expresses his anger over hospital waiting times during his visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Yui Mok / POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8E9.jpg1 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) listens as the father of a young girl, who is being treated in the Acorn childrens' ward, expresses his anger over hospital waiting times during his visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Yui Mok / POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8E1.jpg0 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (C) meets members of staff during his visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Yui Mok / POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8E0.jpg0 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (C) meets members of staff during his visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Yui Mok / POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8DY.jpg1 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures during his visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Yui Mok / POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8DW.jpg0 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (C) meets members of staff during his visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Yui Mok / POOL / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8DS.jpg0 viewsFrench Education and Youth Affairs Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer (L) and French Junior Interior Minister Laurent Nunez leave the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee Presidential palace on September 18, 2019 in Paris. (Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN / AFP)00000
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000_1KD8DR.jpg0 viewsBritain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson meets members of staff during his visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London on September 18, 2019. (Photo by Yui Mok / POOL / AFP)00000
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