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000_1LU8BW.jpg2 viewsA Lebanese anti-government protester waves his national flag signalling a roadblock to drivers in Beirut on October 30, 2019. - Lebanon's prime minister submitted his government's resignation yesterday, bowing to nearly two weeks of unprecedented nationwide protests against corruption and sectarianism. Saad Hariri's sombre televised address was met by cheers from crowds of protesters who have remained mobilised since October 17, crippling the country to press their demands. (Photo by Patrick BAZ / AFP)
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000_1LO0TT.jpg1 viewsEU and Union flags belonging to Brexit activists fly outside the Houses of Parliament in London on October 23, 2019. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson could pivot towards a general election as the EU mulls granting a Brexit deadline extension on Wednesday, after a fresh twist to the divorce saga cast doubt over his hopes of leaving on October 31. In tense parliamentary votes on Tuesday, Johnson won initial backing for the divorce deal he agreed with the EU -- but MPs then rejected his timetable to rush it through parliament in a matter of days. (Photo by Tolga Akmen / AFP)
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000_1LN0O7.jpg2 viewsEU flag and Union flag-themed umbrellas of Brexit activists fly outside the Houses of Parliament in London on October 22, 2019, as MPs begin debating the second reading of the Government's European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces two crucial Brexit votes Tuesday that could decide if he still has a reasonable shot at securing his EU divorce by next week's deadline. The UK is entering a cliffhanger finale to a drama that has divided families and embittered politics ever since voters backed a split from Britain's 27 EU allies and trading partners in 2016. (Photo by Tolga Akmen / AFP)
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000_1LN0FS.jpg0 viewsEU and Union flags belonging to both anti-Brexit and pro-Brexit activists, fly outside the Houses of Parliament in London on October 22, 2019, as MPs begin debating the second reading of the Government's European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces two crucial Brexit votes Tuesday that could decide if he still has a reasonable shot at securing his EU divorce by next week's deadline. The UK is entering a cliffhanger finale to a drama that has divided families and embittered politics ever since voters backed a split from Britain's 27 EU allies and trading partners in 2016. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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000_1LI1LQ.jpg2 viewsIsraeli border guards scuffle with a photojournalist as a woman holding up a Palestinian flag passes through, amidst clashes with Palestinian protesters during a demonstration against construction on an Israeli outpost near the Palestinian village of Turmus Ayya and the Israeli settlement of Shilo, north of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, on October 17, 2019. (Photo by Jaafar ASHTIYEH / AFP)
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000_1LB6RJ.jpg0 viewsTunisian presidential candidate Nabil Karoui meets his supporters in the northern city of Bizerte on October 11, 2019. - Media mogul Nabil Karoui, just released after more than a month behind bars for money laundering, is a controversial figure pushing to win Tunisia's presidential runoff. The flamboyant 56-year-old business tycoon presents himself as a candidate for the poor but spent much of his campaign imprisoned on money laundering and tax evasion charges. (Photo by FETHI BELAID / AFP)
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000_1L92BB.jpg0 viewsA Union flag flies from a pole atop the Victoria Tower at the Houses of Parliament in London on October 9, 2019. - Brexit talks between Britain and the European Union teetered on the brink of collapse on Tuesday, with tit-for-tat claims of intransigence and sabotage before an end of October deadline. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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000_1KP6JQ.jpg0 viewsAn Algerian protester marches with a sign calling to set free politician Karim Tabbou during a demonstration against the ruling class in the capital Algiers on September 27, 2019, for the 32nd consecutive Friday since the movement began. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1KP5GO.jpg0 viewsAn Algerian waves a national flag behind him as he marches with others during a demonstration against the ruling class in the capital Algiers on September 27, 2019, for the 32nd consecutive Friday since the movement began. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1KP5GH.jpg0 viewsAn Algerian protester draped in a national flag climbs a tree as others march past below during a demonstration against the ruling class in the capital Algiers on September 27, 2019, for the 32nd consecutive Friday since the movement began. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1KP5G7.jpg0 viewsAlgerians chant slogans as they gather around a large unfurled national flag during a demonstration against the ruling class in the capital Algiers on September 27, 2019, for the 32nd consecutive Friday since the movement began. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1KP5FP.jpg0 viewsAlgerians chant slogans as they gather around a large unfurled national flag during a demonstration against the ruling class in the capital Algiers on September 27, 2019, for the 32nd consecutive Friday since the movement began. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1JT6JV.jpg0 viewsBritish police officers patrol outside the Palace of Westminster, housing the Houses of Parliament, in central London on August 28, 2019. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Wednesday that the suspension of parliament would be extended until October 14 -- just two weeks before the UK is set to leave the EU -- enraging anti-Brexit MPs. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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000_1JT6E9.jpg0 viewsThe Palace of Westminster, housing the Houses of Parliament, is pictured in central London on August 28, 2019. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Wednesday that the suspension of parliament would be extended until October 14 -- just two weeks before the UK is set to leave the EU -- enraging anti-Brexit MPs. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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000_1JO61N.jpg0 viewsPalestinian demonstrators react from the noise of stun grenades during a protest in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails near Israel's Ofer Prison in the Israeli-occupied West Bank on August 22, 2019. (Photo by ABBAS MOMANI / AFP)
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000_1JO5Q8.jpg0 viewsA Palestinian demonstrator runs past a tear gas canister launched by Israeli forces during a protest in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails near Israel's Ofer Prison in the Israeli-occupied West Bank on August 22, 2019. (Photo by ABBAS MOMANI / AFP)
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000_1JI4XU.jpg0 viewsA man with his 28-feet (8.5m) long moustache, poses with national flags at Bikaner on August 13, 2019, as the country prepares to celebrate its 73rd anniversary of independence from British rule on August 15. (Photo by Dinesh GUPTA / AFP)
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000_1JI3RJ.jpg0 viewsA customer shops for Indian national flags ahead of Independence Day celebrations in Jammu on August 13, 2019, as the country prepares to celebrate its 73rd anniversary of independence from British rule on August 15. (Photo by Rakesh BAKSHI / AFP)
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000_1JG1TU.jpg0 viewsSchool students hold an Indian national flag in a public school in Patiala on August 10, 2019, as the country prepares to celebrate its 73rd anniversary of independence from British rule on August 15. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1IM0F3.jpg0 viewsLawyers rally for change in the streets of the Algerian capital Algiers on July 11 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IM0EX.jpg0 viewsAlgerian lawyers confront the police during their protest calling for political change in Algiers on July 11, 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IM0EV.jpg0 viewsAlgerian lawyers confront the police during their protest calling for political change in Algiers on July 11, 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IM0ES.jpg0 viewsA lawyer scuffles with police during a rally by calling for political change in Algiers on July 11, 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IM0EQ.jpg0 viewsA policeman restrains a protester during a rally by Algerian lawyers calling for political change in Algiers on July 11, 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IM0EJ.jpg0 viewsLawyers rally for change in the streets of the Algerian capital Algiers on July 11 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. French and Arabic writing on placard read: "No for represssion". - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IM0B4.jpg0 viewsLawyers rally for change in the streets of the Algerian capital Algiers on July 11 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. French and Arabic writing on placard read: "No for represssion". - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IM0AL.jpg0 viewsLawyers rally for change in the streets of the Algerian capital Algiers on July 11 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. French and Arabic writing on placard read: "Freedom of Expression (R) and Yes for the indepdence of the judiciary (C)". - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IM0A3.jpg0 viewsLawyers rally for change in the streets of the Algerian capital Algiers on July 11 2019, in the latest in weeks of rallies against the ruling class amid an ongoing political crisis in the country. - Algeria has been rocked by months of demonstrations, forcing longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down in April. Protesters have continued to take to the streets, demanding that regime insiders leave office and independent institutions be established ahead of eventual elections. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1IC5OX.jpg0 viewsPeople gather under rain on the National Mall ahead of the "Salute to America" Fourth of July event with US President Donald Trump at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, July 4, 2019. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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000_1HK0VC.jpg2 viewsAn Indian man dances while carrying the national flag as he and others cheer on the Indian cricket team in Ahmedabad on June 16, 2019, during the 2019 Cricket World Cup group stage match between India and Pakistan taking place in Manchester, northwest England. (Photo by SAM PANTHAKY / AFP)
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063_1155910440.jpgAmerica Celebrates Flag Day4 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 14: U.S. flags fly near the Washington Monument on Flag Day June 14, 2019 in Washington, DC. The nation observes the Flag Day that commemorates the adoption of the U.S. flag on this day in 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP
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000_1GO7M8.jpg4 viewsBritish police officers stand on duty outside the Embassy of Ecuador in London on May 20, 2019. - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested by British police at Ecuador's embassy in London last month, where he had been holed up since 2012, after the Ecuadorian government withdrew his asylum. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP)
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000_1GO7LF.jpg2 viewsBritish police officers stand on duty outside the Embassy of Ecuador in London on May 20, 2019. - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested by British police at Ecuador's embassy in London last month, where he had been holed up since 2012, after the Ecuadorian government withdrew his asylum. (Photo by Adrian DENNIS / AFP)
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000_1GC540.jpg3 viewsAn Algerian woman walks ahead of protesters marching with national flags through a traffic tunnel during an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 10, 2019. - Protesters thronged the centre of Algiers on May 10 for their 12th weekly mass rally, the first since the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. The vast majority of Algerians observe the religious requirements of abstaining from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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000_1GC4J1.jpg1 viewsAn Algerian protester dressed in an orange jumpsuit and wearing fake shackles holds up a sign calling upon judges to investigate corruption cases during an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 10, 2019. - Protesters thronged the centre of Algiers on May 10 for their 12th weekly mass rally, the first since the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. The vast majority of Algerians observe the religious requirements of abstaining from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1GC4ID.jpg1 viewsAlgerian protesters take part in an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 10, 2019. - Protesters thronged the centre of Algiers on May 10 for their 12th weekly mass rally, the first since the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. The vast majority of Algerians observe the religious requirements of abstaining from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1GC4IC.jpg1 viewsAlgerian protesters chant slogans as they take part in an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 10, 2019. - Protesters thronged the centre of Algiers on May 10 for their 12th weekly mass rally, the first since the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. The vast majority of Algerians observe the religious requirements of abstaining from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1GC4HS.jpg1 viewsAlgerian protesters chant slogans as they take part in an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 10, 2019. - Protesters thronged the centre of Algiers on May 10 for their 12th weekly mass rally, the first since the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. The vast majority of Algerians observe the religious requirements of abstaining from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1GC4HR.jpg1 viewsAlgerian protesters chant slogans as they take part in an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 10, 2019. - Protesters thronged the centre of Algiers on May 10 for their 12th weekly mass rally, the first since the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. The vast majority of Algerians observe the religious requirements of abstaining from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1GC4D8.jpg1 viewsAlgerian protesters chant slogans as they march during an anti-government demonstration in the capital Algiers on May 10, 2019. - Protesters thronged the centre of Algiers on May 10 for their 12th weekly mass rally, the first since the start of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. The vast majority of Algerians observe the religious requirements of abstaining from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)
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