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000_1JY3SS.jpg0 viewsAn arrangement of newspapers photographed as an illustration in London on September 2, 2019, shows a full-page advertisement taken out by the UK Government in several daily newspapers as part of its public information campaign to get the public and business owners ready for Brexit. - Hong Kong protesters called for G20 nations to confront fellow member China over sliding freedoms in the financial hub, at a weekend summit in Japan. (Photo by DANIEL SORABJI / AFP)
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000_1FZ8F4.jpgGun Enthusiasts Attend NRA Annual Meeting5 views
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000_1GK5HJ.jpg4 viewsProtesters shout slogans accusing the government of rigging the mid-term elections near the Philippines International Convention Centre in Manila on May 17, 2019, where the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) was tallying votes in the mid-term polls. (Photo by Noel CELIS / AFP)
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000_1GK5HI.jpg0 viewsProtesters shout slogans accusing the government of rigging the mid-term elections near the Philippines International Convention Centre in Manila on May 17, 2019, where the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) was tallying votes in the mid-term polls. (Photo by Noel CELIS / AFP)
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000_1FN1E0.jpg5 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims shout slogans as they protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Karachi on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1FN1DU.jpg2 viewsA Pakistani Shiite Muslims protests against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Karachi on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1FN1DQ.jpg4 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims hold placards as they protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Karachi on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1FN1DO.jpg2 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims raise their hands as they protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Karachi on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1FN1DK.jpg2 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims raise their hands as they protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Karachi on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1FN1DG.jpg3 viewsPakistani Shiite Muslims shout slogans as they protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Karachi on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1FN1CT.jpg3 viewsPakistan human right activists hold placards during a protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Lahore on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FN1CR.jpg4 viewsPakistan human right activists hold placards during a protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Lahore on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FN1CQ.jpg3 viewsPakistan human right activists hold placards during a protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Lahore on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FN1CO.jpg3 viewsPakistan human right activists hold placards during a protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Lahore on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FN1CJ.jpg3 viewsPakistan human right activists hold placards during a protest against the suicide blast targeting the Shia Hazara ethnic minority, in Lahore on April 14, 2019. - Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide blast in Pakistan's Quetta city on April 12 that killed 20 people and left 48 more injured. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1FB1HG.jpg2 viewsAnti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray walks past posters featuring British politicians in Westminster, central London on April 2, 2019. - British Prime Minister Theresa May chairs a crucial meeting of senior ministers on Tuesday to seek a way out of a months-long Brexit deadlock, as the EU warned a no-deal departure from the bloc is growing more likely by the day. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP)
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000_1F62AJ.jpg0 viewsIndian party workers of Karnataka State Congress and Janata Dal, forming the ruling coalition led by Karnataka Chief Minister H. D. Kumaraswamy, shout slogans as they protest against the income tax raids, in Bangalore on March 28, 2019. - Karnataka Chief Minister (CM) HD Kumaraswamy said he and his party leaders are protesting as the raids distract and prevent our leaders from campaigning during election time, local media said. (Photo by Manjunath KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1F62A2.jpg0 viewsIndian party workers of Karnataka State Congress and Janata Dal, forming the ruling coalition led by Karnataka Chief Minister H. D. Kumaraswamy, protest against the income tax raids, in Bangalore on March 28, 2019. - Karnataka Chief Minister (CM) HD Kumaraswamy said he and his party leaders are protesting as the raids distract and prevent our leaders from campaigning during election time, local media said. (Photo by Manjunath KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1F484U.jpg1 viewsIndian students celebrate after India shot down a low-orbiting satellite as part of a successful test of a new missile technology by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), in Ahmedabad on March 27, 2019. - India on March 27 destroyed a low-orbiting satellite in a missile test that puts the country in the space "super league", Prime Minister Narendra Modi said. (Photo by SAM PANTHAKY / AFP)
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000_1F484R.jpg1 viewsIndian students celebrate after India shot down a low-orbiting satellite as part of a successful test of a new missile technology by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), in Ahmedabad on March 27, 2019. - India on March 27 destroyed a low-orbiting satellite in a missile test that puts the country in the space "super league", Prime Minister Narendra Modi said. (Photo by SAM PANTHAKY / AFP)
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000_1F484O.jpg2 viewsIndian students celebrate after India shot down a low-orbiting satellite as part of a successful test of a new missile technology by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), in Ahmedabad on March 27, 2019. - India on March 27 destroyed a low-orbiting satellite in a missile test that puts the country in the space "super league", Prime Minister Narendra Modi said. (Photo by SAM PANTHAKY / AFP)
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000_1EP2EI.jpg3 viewsPakistani shout slogans and hold placards during a protest against the New Zealand massacre, in Lahore on March 16, 2019, a day after the shooting attack on two mosques in Christchurch. - The right-wing extremist charged over the horrifying attacks on New Zealand mosques flashed a white power gesture as he appeared in court on March 16, while a shellshocked community began digging graves for the 49 people he stands accused of slaying. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1EP2EG.jpg4 viewsPakistani shout slogans and hold placards during a protest against the New Zealand massacre, in Lahore on March 16, 2019, a day after the shooting attack on two mosques in Christchurch. - The right-wing extremist charged over the horrifying attacks on New Zealand mosques flashed a white power gesture as he appeared in court on March 16, while a shellshocked community began digging graves for the 49 people he stands accused of slaying. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1EP2EF.jpg3 viewsPakistani shout slogans and hold placards during a protest against the New Zealand massacre, in Lahore on March 16, 2019, a day after the shooting attack on two mosques in Christchurch. - The right-wing extremist charged over the horrifying attacks on New Zealand mosques flashed a white power gesture as he appeared in court on March 16, while a shellshocked community began digging graves for the 49 people he stands accused of slaying. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1EO0IQ.jpg3 viewsPakistani traders shout slogans and hold placards as they protest against the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand, in Islamabad on March 15, 2019. - A "right-wing extremist" armed with semi-automatic weapons rampaged through two mosques in the quiet New Zealand city of Christchurch during afternoon prayers on March 15, killing 49 worshippers and wounding dozens more. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM / AFP)
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000_1EO0IN.jpg3 viewsPakistani traders shout slogans and hold placards as they protest against the attacks on two mosques in New Zealand, in Islamabad on March 15, 2019. - A "right-wing extremist" armed with semi-automatic weapons rampaged through two mosques in the quiet New Zealand city of Christchurch during afternoon prayers on March 15, killing 49 worshippers and wounding dozens more. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM / AFP)
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000_1E56Z8.jpg1 viewsPakistani demonstrators hold flags and shout slogans during an anti-Indian protest in Lahore on March 3, 2019. - Tensions between India and Pakistan raged on March 2 as heavy firing by their armies killed at least seven people on either side of their fiercely disputed Kashmir border. (Photo by ARIF ALI / AFP)
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000_1E46KD.jpg3 viewsPakistani members of the Sindh Medical Staff Association shout anti-Indian slogans during a protest in Karachi on March 2, 2019. - A furious backlash erupted in India on March 2 over a video of an Indian pilot shot down by Pakistan praising his captors, as deadly tensions simmered between the neighbours with fierce shelling across their Kashmir frontier. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)
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000_1E284H.jpg3 viewsSupporters of Pakistan's religious hardline party Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI) shout anti-Indian slogans during a protest in Karachi on March 1, 2019. - Pakistan was set to re-open its airspace with restrictions March 1, the civil aviation authority said, after thousands of passengers were left stranded worldwide when Islamabad shut down air travel as tensions with neighbouring India soared. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)
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000_1E284C.jpg3 viewsSupporters of Pakistan's religious hardline party Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI) burn an Indian flag as they shout slogans during a protest in Karachi on March 1, 2019. - Pakistan was set to re-open its airspace with restrictions March 1, the civil aviation authority said, after thousands of passengers were left stranded worldwide when Islamabad shut down air travel as tensions with neighbouring India soared. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)
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000_1E28CQ.jpg3 viewsIndian residents distribute sweets, dance, shout slogans and wave the national flag at a central market in New Delhi on March 1, 2019, as they wait for the return of an Indian Air Force pilot being returned by Pakistan. - Pakistan was set to free a captured Indian pilot on March 1 in a "peace gesture" aimed at lowering temperatures with its nuclear arch-rival, after rare aerial raids ignited fears of a dangerous conflict in South Asia. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)
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000_1E28CP.jpg3 viewsIndian residents distribute sweets, dance, shout slogans and wave the national flag at a central market in New Delhi on March 1, 2019, as they wait for the return of an Indian Air Force pilot being returned by Pakistan. - Pakistan was set to free a captured Indian pilot on March 1 in a "peace gesture" aimed at lowering temperatures with its nuclear arch-rival, after rare aerial raids ignited fears of a dangerous conflict in South Asia. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)
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000_1E28CN.jpg2 viewsIndian residents dance, shout slogans and wave the national flag at a central market in New Delhi on March 1, 2019, as they wait for the return of an Indian Air Force pilot being returned by Pakistan. - Pakistan was set to free a captured Indian pilot on March 1 in a "peace gesture" aimed at lowering temperatures with its nuclear arch-rival, after rare aerial raids ignited fears of a dangerous conflict in South Asia. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)
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000_1E28CL.jpg2 viewsIndian residents dance and shout slogans at a central market in New Delhi on March 1, 2019, as they wait for the return of an Indian Air Force pilot being returned by Pakistan. - Pakistan was set to free a captured Indian pilot on March 1 in a "peace gesture" aimed at lowering temperatures with its nuclear arch-rival, after rare aerial raids ignited fears of a dangerous conflict in South Asia. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)
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000_1E28CJ.jpg3 viewsIndian residents dance, shout slogans and wave the national flag at a central market in New Delhi on March 1, 2019, as they wait for the return of an Indian Air Force pilot being returned by Pakistan. - Pakistan was set to free a captured Indian pilot on March 1 in a "peace gesture" aimed at lowering temperatures with its nuclear arch-rival, after rare aerial raids ignited fears of a dangerous conflict in South Asia. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)
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000_1E28CH.jpg2 viewsIndian residents dance, shout slogans and wave the national flag at a central market in New Delhi on March 1, 2019, as they wait for the return of an Indian Air Force pilot being returned by Pakistan. - Pakistan was set to free a captured Indian pilot on March 1 in a "peace gesture" aimed at lowering temperatures with its nuclear arch-rival, after rare aerial raids ignited fears of a dangerous conflict in South Asia. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)
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000_1E27UU.jpg2 viewsActivists of Pakistani Peoples Party (PPP) burn an effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an anti-Indian protest in Karachi on March 1, 2019. - Pakistan was set to re-open its airspace with restrictions March 1, the civil aviation authority said, after thousands of passengers were left stranded worldwide when Islamabad shut down air travel as tensions with neighbouring India soared. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)
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000_1E27UP.jpg4 viewsActivists of Pakistani Peoples Party (PPP) burn an effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an anti-Indian protest in Karachi on March 1, 2019. - Pakistan was set to re-open its airspace with restrictions March 1, the civil aviation authority said, after thousands of passengers were left stranded worldwide when Islamabad shut down air travel as tensions with neighbouring India soared. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN / AFP)
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000_1E26Y6.jpg1 viewsPakistani men march in support of the Pakistan army during an anti-India protest in Rawalpindi on March 1, 2019. - Pakistan was set to free a captured Indian pilot on March 1 in a "peace gesture" aimed at lowering temperatures with its nuclear arch-rival, after rare aerial raids ignited fears of a dangerous conflict in South Asia. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM / AFP)
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000_1E26QE.jpg1 viewsPakistani men shout slogans in support of the Pakistan army during an anti-India protest in Rawalpindi on March 1, 2019. - Pakistan was set to free a captured Indian pilot on March 1 in a "peace gesture" aimed at lowering temperatures with its nuclear arch-rival, after rare aerial raids ignited fears of a dangerous conflict in South Asia. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM / AFP)
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