Ottawa (Canada): An indigenous kneels in front of shoes placed on the Centennial Flame to honour more than 200 children whose remains have been found buried at a former residential school in Kamloops. Photo: Adrian Wyld/dpa.
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New Castle (US): US President Joe Biden takes part in a Memorial Day event at Veterans Memorial Park. Photo: Saquan Stimpson/dpa.
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Rio de Janeiro (Brazil): A protester takes part in a demonstration against the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro government. Photo: Ellan Lustosa/dpa.
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Ljubljana (Slovenia): Protesters gather in Ljubljana’s city center to protest against the government of Prime Minister Janez Jansa. This was the 58th Friday protest since Jansa took office, and the biggest this year. Photo: Luka Dakskobler/dpa.
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Khan Yunis City (Palestinian Territories): Members of Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian Hamas Islamist movement in the Gaza Strip, take part in a military parade. Photo: Ashraf Amra/dpa.
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Kolkata (India): A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through the water at a flooded road in the wake of cyclone 'Yaas'. A powerful storm hit India's east coast on Wednesday, flattening houses, uprooting trees and electric poles, breaking down sea embankments and flooding large tracts of land. Photo: Debarchan Chatterjee/dpa.
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Kathmandu (Nepal): A Nepalese Youth Volunteer affected by 'Animal welfare Nepal' feeds a stray dog. Photo: Prabin Ranabhat/dpa.
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Los Angeles (US): People pray and take a knee for nine minutes and 29 seconds in memory of George Floyd on the first anniversary of his death. Photo: Ringo Chiu/dpa.
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Miami (US): Julie Jean (L), an undocumented immigrant from Haiti, holds her 2-year-old daughter, Maria J. Tellez while listening to a press conference regarding the Biden administration's redesignation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians. Photo: Emily Michot/dpa.
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Venice (Italy): People row boats at the Venetian laguna during the annual non-competetive rowing event "Vogalonga", which marks the 1600th anniversary of the founding of Venice. Photo: Tagliaspietra/Masini/dpa.
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Taipei (Taiwan): Military officers wearing personal protective equipment disinfect areas in Taipei, as Taiwan has seen a dramatic increase in the number of locally acquired cases. Photo: Daniel Ceng Shou-Yi/dpa.
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Harrisburg (US): A child holds a placard during a march in solidarity with Palestinians following the Egypt-brokered ceasefire agreement between the Israeli government and the Palestinian Hamas Islamist movement. Photo: Paul Weaver/dpa.
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London (UK): Prince William (R), Duke of Cambridge, receives his first dose of a coronavirus vaccine. Photo: -/Kensington Palace/Twitter.
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Ceuta (Spain): Agents watch from the fence that separates Ceuta from Morocco the arrival of migrants. Photo: Antonio Sempere/dpa.
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Oslo (Norway): People take part in a demonstration organized in front the Norwegian Parliament in support of the Palestinian people, amid the escalating flare-up of Israeli-Palestinian violence. Photo: Berit Roald/dpa.
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Reykjavik (Iceland): US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (L) speaks with Icelandic Foreign Minister Gudlaugur Thor Thordarson during their meeting. Photo: Ron Przysucha/US Department of State.
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Ceuta (Spain): A north African migrant cheers after managing to swim into the Spanish city of Ceuta from Morocco. Photo: Antonio Sempere/dpa.
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Los Angeles (US): Protesters wave Israeli flags during a protest in solidarity with Israel amid the escalating flare-up of Israeli-Palestinian violence. Photo: Ringo Chiu/dpa.
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Glasgow (Scotland): Glasgow Rangers fans celebrate outside Ibrox Stadium after their team won the Scottish Premiership final soccer match against Aberdeen. Photo: Andrew Milligan/dpa.
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Gaza City (Palestinian Territories): A Palestinian man sits on the remains of his destroyed family house after it was hit by Israeli airstrikes, amid the escalating flare-up of Israeli-Palestinian violence. Photo: Mahmoud Issa/dpa.
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Gaza City (Palestinian territories): A girl walks past houses destroyed after an Israeli airstrike on Gaza City amid the escalating flare-up of Israeli-Palestinian violence. Photo: Naaman Omar/dpa.
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Baghdad (Iraq): People greet each other after Eid al-Fitr prayer near the shrine of Abu Hanifa al-Numan in the Al-Adhamiyah district in Baghdad. Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the holy Islamic fasting month of Ramadan. Photo: Ameer Al Mohammedaw/dpa.
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Beit Lahia (Palestinian Territories): A firefighter of the Palestinian Civil Defence battles to extinguish a fire caused by an Israeli airstrike in the city of Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip, amid the escalating flare-up of Israeli-Palestinian violence. Photo: Ahmad Hasaballah/dpa.
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Moscow (Russia): Women soldiers of the Russian army march through the Red Square during the Victory Day Military Parade (9 May) in Red Square to mark the 76th anniversary of the Victory over the Nazi Germany in WWII. Photo: Christian Thiele/dpa.
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Mallorca (Spain). Customers sit on the terrace of a bar in the resort city of Palma. Spain has lifted the six-month-long national state of emergency and curfew, imposed to curb the the coronavirus spread. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa.
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Jerusalem (Israel): An injured woman is being helped during a demonstration against the planned eviction process for the Palestinians in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood. Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/dpa.
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Jerusalem (Israel): Israeli security forces arrest a man during a demonstration against the planned eviction process for the Palestinians in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood. Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/dpa.
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Prayagraj (India): A worker rests on watermelons at Mundera Market during lockdown imposed by the authorities following the surge in coronavirus cases. Photo: Prabhat Kumar Verma/dpa.
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London (United Kingdom): Protesters take part in a demonstration at Trafalgar Square against police brutality in Colombia. Photo: Tayfun Salci/dpa.
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Beirut (Lebanon): Mother of Tharwat Hotiet, who was killed in the 4th of August massive Beirut port explosion takes part in a ceremony outside the devastated harbour to mark nine months of the massive blast that killed at least 207 people and wounded almost 6000. Photo: Marwan Naamani/dpa.
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Hassia (Syria). Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad speaking with workers during his visit to several facilities and factories in Hassia Industrial City. Photo: SANA/dpa.
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Moscow (Russia): Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) attends a service at the Christ the Saviour Eastern Orthodox Cathedral on the occasion of the Orthodox Easter. Photo: Kremlin/dpa.
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Brussels (Belgium): Two protesters kiss during clashes that erupted with policemen on the sidelines of the second edition of the 'La Boum - L'Abime' festival, whose participants oppose the coronavirus restrictions, at the Bois de La Cambre park. Photo: Arnaud Brian/dpa.
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Bogota (Colombia): A riot police officer fires tear gas during a protest against the tax reform bill proposed by the government. Photo: Chepa Beltran/dpa.
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Seoul (South Korea): Protestors from the fisheries industry hold placards at a port in Mokpo-si during a rally against Japan's radioactive water discharge. Photo: Yonhap/dpa.
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Giesen (Germany): A coffin labelled 'SARS-CoV-2 positive Corona' is cremated in an oven at the Hildesheim crematorium. More than 5200 people in Lower Saxony have died in connection with Corona since the beginning of the pandemic. Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa.
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Tenerife (Spain): The ocean-going vessel Rio Segura (patrol boat Maritime Service of the Guardia Civil) members receive migrants at the port of Los Cristianos in the south of Tenerife after rescueing their boat. Photo: Europa Press/dpa.
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Kathmandu (Nepal): People line up to get the first jab of Vero Cell Covid-19 vaccine, outside a health centre in Kathmandu. The Nepalese government has decided to vaccinate people aged between 40 and 59 years with the China-made Vero Cell Covid-19 vaccine. Photo: Dipendra Rokka/dpa.
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Berlin (Germany): People take part in a demonstration at the start of the collection of signatures for the referendum "Berlin car-free" at Leipziger Strasse, which is closed to car traffic. Photo: Jörg Carstensen/dpa.
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Kiev (Ukraine): A man lays flowers on the memorial of the dead Chernobyl workers during the commemoration of the 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. Photo: Celestino Arce/dpa.
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Peterborough (Canada): Randy Hillier, independent member of Provincial Parliament of Ontario, argues with police at a protest against government measures to curb the spread of Coronavirus. Photo: Fred Thornhill/dpa.
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Wookey Hole (UK): Circus of Horrors touring company performer, Anastasia IV, takes part in a training and rehearsal session in preparation for the return of live performances. Photo: Ben Birchall/dpa.
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Jerusalem (Israel): Israeli security forces detain a Palestinian during clashes with Palestinian protesters outside the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's Old City. Photo: Jamal Awad/dpa.
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Berlin (Germany): Demonstrators stand in front of the Russian embassy as they demanded the release of the Russian imprisoned regime critic Navalny. Photo: Paul Zinken/dpa.
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Minneapolis (US): A Black Lives Matter activist reacts quietly with his fist in the air after Derek Chauvin, the former US police officer accused in the killing of Floyd, has been found guilty on all three counts. Photo: Dominick Sokotoff/dpa.
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Wolverhampton (UK): British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits the beer garden during a visit to The Mount pub and restaurant in Wolverhampton, on the local election campaign trail. Photo: Jacob King/dpa.
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Imola (Italy): Finnish Formula One driver Valtteri Bottas of team Mercedes-AMG Petronas sits inside his crumbled car after a crash with Britain's George Russell of team Williams during the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix race at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari. Photo: Hasan Bratic/dpa.
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Gaza (Palestine): A Palestinian man prepares the traditional pancakes known as "Qatayef" during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan. Photo: Mahmoud Issa/dpa.
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Windsor (UK): Queen Elizabeth II attends the the funeral of her husband Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Photo: Yui Mok/dpa.
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Police officers approach a migrant trying to jump the fence that separates Ceuta in Spain from Morocco. In the early hours of Tuesday 13 April, a group of at least 60 migrants tried to jump the border fence to enter Spanish territory. Photo: Antonio Sempere/dpa.
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Bhaktapur (Nepal): Nepalese devotees are covered with vermilion powder while celebrating the 'Sindoor Jatra' vermillion powder festival. Photo: Prabin Ranabhat/dpa.
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Seoul (South Korea): South Korean Finance Minister Hong Nam-ki (2nd R) listens to explanations on an autonomous driving vehicle during a visit to a future mobility centre in Seoul. Photo: YNA/dpa.
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Madrid (Spain): Young people hold flags during a parade to mark the 90th anniversary of the second Spanish republic, which was proclaimed on 14 April 1931 and was interrupted in 1936 by a coup, which led to three years of Civil War. Photo: Luis Soto/dpa.
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Frankfurt/Main (Germany): Men perform the 'Ishaa' and 'Tarawih' evening prayers in the Abu Bakr Mosque of the Islamic Community Frankfurt am Main, during the Muslim's holy fasting month of Ramadan. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa.
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Brooklyn Center (US): National Guard members stand guard outside a Walmart store that was looted late Sunday night following protests against the death of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old black man who died after police shot him in a traffic stop. Photo: David Joles/dpa.
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Giza (Egypt): A man hangs Ramadan decorations in a street at al-Baragel village. Muslims around the world prepare to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, the ninth and holiest month of the Islamic calendar, in which believers refrain from eating, drinking and smoking from dawn to dusk. Photo: Mahmoud Bakkar/dpa.
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Montreal (Canada): People burn rubbish bags during a protest in Old Montreal against a new curfew starting at 8pm to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Giuseppe Valiante/dpa.
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Boulder (US): Women swim in the sea at the Boulder Park Reservoir as they take part in a 'Polar Plunge' to raise money for Special Olympics Colorado. Photo: Pj Heller/dpa.
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Tampa (US): WWE wrestler Bobby Lashley (L) taunts Drew McIntyre during the WWE World Championship match at Wrestlemania 37 at Raymond James Stadium. Photo: Luis Santana/dpa.
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Dresden (Saxony): Demonstrators stand with banners with the inscription "Racism kills!" at an access road to the exhibition grounds during the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party conference. Photo: Sebastian Kahnert/dpa.
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Ceuta (Spain): Spanish civil guards pick up the body of a man who was found lifeless on a beach in Ceuta. Photo: Antonio Sempere/dpa.
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Paris (France): A general view of the Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, almost two years since restoration work began to renovate the architectural marvel following the fire of 15 April 2019. Photo: Sadak Souici/dpa.
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Yorkshire (United Kingdom): An aerial view of a huge sand drawing of a sea lion besieged by plastic at Cayton Bay in North Yorkshire as part of a nationwide beach clean-up campaign. Photo: Richard Mccarthy/dpa.
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Belfast (United Kingdom): Anti-riot police gather as clashes between youths continued. Northern Ireland has had several consecutive nights of street violence and disorder. Photo: Liam Mcburney/dpa.
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Svitec (Czech Republic): A general view of the damaged wagons of two freight trains that collided two days earlier and claimed the life of one of the drivers. Photo: Hájek Vojtìch/dpa.
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Madrid (Spain): Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (R) scores their side's first goal of the game during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg soccer match between Real Madrid and Liverpool at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium. Photo: Isabel Infantes/dpa.
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Narayanganj (Bangladesh): A Bangladeshi ferry capsized after colliding with a cargo vessel on Sunday in Shitalakkhya river south of the capital Dhaka, leaving at least 26 people dead and a few still missing. Photo: Ziaul Haque Oisharjh/dpa.
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Giffnock (UK): Barber Maggie McGillivray trims Sam Rosenblom's hair at Tony Mann's Barber Shop in Giffnock near Glasgow as barbers reopen across Scotland. Photo: Andrew Milligan/dpa.
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Belfast (UK): A man walks past a burning car after violence broke out in Newtownabbey. Photo: Peter Morrison/dpa.
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Bogota (Colombia): Archbishop of Colombia, Monsignor Jose Luis Rueda, followed by priests and traditional presidential guards, take part in the Way of the Cross Procession ''Viacrusis'' at empty plaza de Bolivar. Photo: Chepa Beltran/dpa.
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Rio de Janeiro (Brazil): Passengers stand close together in a subway train. Rio De Janeiro is under tightened measures against the spread of the coronavirus. More than 321,500 people have died in Brazil in connection with Covid-19, and more than 12.7 million have been confirmed to be infected. Photo: Fernando Souza.
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Prague (Czech Republic): Women light candles at the crosses painted on the Old Town Square pavement, which has become an improvised Memorial site for COVID-19 victims. Photo: Deml Ondøej/dpa.
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Riyadh (Saudi Arabia): Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman (R) meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi. Photo: Saudi Press Agency/dpa.
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Rome (Italy): Trainers stand with their dogs in front of a training center. The dogs are to be trained at the Biomedical Campus to recognise from a person's sweat whether they are infected with the coronavirus. Photo: Cecilia Fabiano/dpa.
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Dublin (Ireland): A woman walks past the latest mural by Irish artist Emmalene Blake in Dublin city center, which is related to violence against women in the wake of the death of Sarah Everard. Photo: Niall Carson/dpa.
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Kiev (Ukraine): Finland's Robin Lod (C) battles for the ball with Ukraine's Vitaliy Mykolenko (L) and Mykola Matviyenko (R) during the FIFA 2022 World Cup European Qualifiers Group D soccer match between Ukraine vs Finland (1-1) at the National Sports Complex. Photo: Ukrinform/dpa.
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Los Angeles (US): People take part in a 'Stop Asian Hate' rally in Koreatown. Eight people, most of them of Asian descent, were killed and one injured in shootings at three massage parlours on 16 March 2021, in the north of the city of Atlanta in the US state of Georgia. Photo: Ringo Chiu/dpa.
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Suez (Egypt): The 'Ever given', a container ship operated by the Evergreen Marine Corporation, is currently stuck in the Suez Canal and blocked the traffic in both directions. Photo: -/European Space Imaging/dpa.
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Paris (France): People stage a symbolic sit-in with tents at the Place de la Republique during a demonstration in solidarity with migrants. Photo: Sadak Souici/dpa.
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Mathura (India): Hindu devotees throw Gulal colourful powder at each other at the Radharani Temple of Nandgaon as part of a traditional ritual that locals observe during the Lathmar Holi festival. Photo: Avishek Das/dpa.
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Pohang (South Korea): US Marines stand guard after infiltrating an inland area during a joint drill with their South Korean counterparts on the coast of South Korea's southeastern port city of Pohang. Photo: YNA/dpa,
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Boulder (US): People mourn at a makeshift memorial outside the King Soopers grocery store where 10 people were killed by a gunman during a mass shooting. Photo: Pj Heller/dpa.
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Tel Aviv (Israel): A man registers before casting his vote at a polling station during the Israeli Parliamentary election. Photo: Ilia Yefimovich/dpa.
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Moscow (Russia): People walk past a man sleeping on a bench at a metro station near the Izmailovo Kremlin center. Photo: Mihail Tokmakov/dpa.
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Sydney (Australia): People walk through a submerged road amid floods sweeping across New South Wales as a result of heavy rains. Photo: Bianca De Marchi/dpa.
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Atlanta (US): People take part in a "Stop Anti-Asian Racism" protest and march toward Gold Spa in Atlanta, one of two spas in the area where 4 people were murdered by a gunman on 16 March 2021. Photo: John Arthur Brown/dpa.
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Istanbul (Turkey): A student holds a rainbow-coloured umbrella during a demonstration outside Istanbul's courthouse in solidarity with seven university students who went on trial on charges of "incitement to hatred and hostility" for the display of a poster depicting Mecca with LGBTI+ flags. Photo: Osman Sadi Temizel/dpa.
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London (UK): The Irish Guards' new mascot, Irish wolfhound Turlough Mor, lies in front of his handler before being presented with his shamrock ahead of the regiment's private Saint Patrick's Day celebrations. Photo: Ian West/dpa.
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Burbank (US): People watch a movie at the AMC Burbank 16 movie theatre after theatres were allowed to reopen in Los Angeles County from 15 March 2021 as lockdown restrictions were eased. Photo: Hans Gutknecht/dpa.
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Sao Paulo (Brazil): People take part in a protest at Paulista Avenue against the coronavirus restrictions. Photo: Cris Faga/dpa.
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Leeds (UK): Candles, messages, flowers left at the University of Leeds, during a Reclaim These Streets vigil for Sarah Everard. Serving police constable Wayne Couzens, 48, was charged with kidnapping and killing her. She went missing while walking home from a friend's flat in London on 3 March 2021. Photo: Danny Lawson/dpa.
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Yangon (Myanmar): A relative reacts at the funeral of Chit Min Thu, a pro-democracy protester who was killed earlier during clashes with security forces amid protests against the military coup and the detention of civilian leaders. Photo: Aung Kyaw Htet/dpa.
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Beijing (China): Deputies attend the closing meeting of the 4th session of the 13th National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People. Photo: /TPG via ZUMA Press/dpa.
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Paris (France): French President Emmanuel Macron (L) as US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry leaves after their meeting at The Elysee Presidential Palace. Photo: Sadak Souici/dpa.
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Athens (Greece): Garbage cans burn during a protest against the police violence. Photo: Aristidis Vafeiadakis/dpa.
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London (UK): A student takes a Lateral Flow Test at Hounslow Kingsley Academy as pupils in England return to school for the first time in two months as part of the first stage of lockdown easing. Photo: Kirsty O'connor/dpa.
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Bangkok (Thailand): Women hold placards during a march on International Women's Day to call attention to laws on harassment and violence in the workplace or maternity protection. Photo: Andre Malerba/dpa.
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Sunamganj (Bangladesh): Young jockeys compete in a traditional rural horse race. Photo: Md Rafayat Haque Khan/dpa.
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Siena (Italy): (L-R) Germany's Philipp Walsleben of Team Alpecin-Fenix, France's Kevin Ledanois of Team Arkea Samsic and Italy's Simone Bevilacqua of Team Vini Zabu in action during the UCI World Tour "Strade Bianche" men's cycling race, 184km in Siena. Photo: Dirk Waem/dpa.
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Sydney (Australia): Two participants of the parade pose for a picture at the Sydney Cricket Ground during a dress rehearsal ahead of the 2021 Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, which will take place on Saturday 6 March 2021. Photo: Bianca De Marchi/dpa.
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Seoul (South Korea): Students attend an online entrance ceremony at a classroom of an elementary school in Seoul, as schools reopened nationwide amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: YNA/dpa.
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Dhaka (Bangladesh): Police officers clash with activists of the J.C.D, the student wing of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party, during a protest over the death of prominent writer Mushtaq Ahmed in jail. Photo: Habibur Rachman/dpa.
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New York (US): People take pictures at the Edge, the highest sky deck in the Western Hemisphere, located at Hudson Yards - The Shops and Restaurants mall. Photo: Sonia Moskowitz Gordon/dpa.
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Oberstdorf (Germany): Finland's Eetu Nousiainen lies on the ground after a crash during the first roudn of the men's ski jumping normal hill at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf. Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa.
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Bogota (Colombia): Workers and bar owners take part in a protest to demand the reopening of the establishments which are closed due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Camila Díaz/dpa.
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Barcelona (Spain): Protesters hold glass bottles during a protest against the imprisonment of Spanish rapper Pau Rivadulla Duro, known as Pablo Hasel. Police arrested Hasel after a court had sentenced him to nine-month in prison for insulting the monarchy and glorifying violence. Photo: Thiago Prudencio/dpa.
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Santa Clarita (US): A father gives his daughter her jacket before saying goodbye while her kindergarten teacher welcomes her, as students start returning to schools for in-person learning. Photo: Sarah Reingewirtz/dpa.
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Melbourne (Australia): Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic poses with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup on Brighton Beach after defeating Russia's Daniil Medvedev in their men's singles final tennis match of the Australian Open Grand Slam tournament at the Rod Laver Arena. Photo: Dave Hunt/dpa.
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Jakarta (Indonesia): A man carries his chicken through a flooded neighbourhood following heavy rains. Floods inundated parts of the Indonesian capital and its surrounding towns on Saturday following heavy rain overnight, displacing thousands of people. Photo: Donal Husni/dpa.
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Ontario (US): A firefighter works to extinguish a mulch fire at RWP Recycled Wood Products & Landscape Material in Chino Avenue in Ontario. Photo: Will Lester/Orange County.
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Arnaba (Syria): People watch as snow falls on the village of Arnaba. Photo: Anas Alkharboutli/dpa.
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Barcelona (Spain): Protesters burn barricades made out of dumpsters during the clash with police following a protest against the imprisonment of rapper Pau Rivadulla Duro, known as Pablo Hasel, after a court sentenced him to nine month in prison for insulting the monarchy and glorifying violence. Photo: Matthias Oesterle/dpa.
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Austin (US): A motorist tries to hook a chain to his truck stuck for several hours in downtown Austin after a rare snowstorm overnight in central Texas. Austin is shut down waiting for a temperature rise later this week. Photo: Bob Daemmrich/dpa.
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Kolkata (India): Couples take part in a mass wedding ceremony for 70 couples from different religions. The ceremony is held on Valentine's Day for couples from various religions and communities who lack the basic financial support in their families, to spread the message of love and social harmony. Photo: Avishek Das/dpa.
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Pattaya (Thailand): A bride and groom hold their wedding certificate in front of elephants during a joint wedding ceremony on Valentine's Day at Nong Nooch Tropical Garden. Photo: Andre Malerba/dpa.
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Seoul (South Korea): South Korean President Moon Jae-in (L) and his wife, Kim Jung-sook, wearing the traditional Korean dress hanbok, send well wishes for Lunar New Year's Day through a smartphone at Cheong Wa Dae. Photo: YNA/dpa.
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Tehran (Iran): People on motorbikes take part in a drive-in rally to celebrate the 42nd anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Photo: Amin Monfared/dpa.
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Bogota (Colombia): A teacher tries to teach young children with masks on how to keep their distance from each other amid the Corona pandemic after partial attendance classes resumed in 907 schools in the Colombian capital. Photo: Alvaro Tavera/dpa.
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Mandalay (Myanmar): People take part in a demonstration against the military coup d'etat that deposed Myanmar State Counsellor of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi. Photo: Kaung Zaw Hein/dpa.
Waitangi (New Zealand): Maori perform a welcoming ceremony for politicians during 2021 Waitangi Day commemorations, which marks the anniversary of the initial signing – on 6 February 1840 – of the Treaty of Waitangi, regarded as the founding document of the nation. Photo: Ben Mckay/dpa
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Kolkata (India): The 100 feet statue of Lord Buddha in a reclining posture in Kolkata is surrounded with scaffolding in preparations to be placed at Bodh Gaya village in Bihar next year during Buddha Purnima Festival. Photo: Avishek Das/dpa.
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New York (US): A man walks across a street during heavy snowfall in New York City. Photo: John Lamparski/dpa.
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Hamburg (Germany): A Lufthansa Airbus A350-900 aircraft is moved at Hamburg Airport. The aircraft has taken off on the longest non-stop passenger flight in Lufthansa's corporate history, its destination being the Mount Pleasant military base on the Falkland Islands 13,700 kilometres away. Photo: Daniel Bockwoldt/dpa
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Deir Al-Balah (Palestine): People perform funeral prayer for a Palestinian man who died of the coronavirus in in Deir al-Balah, central of Gaza Strip. Photo: Ashraf Amra/dpa.
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Valencia (Venezuela): An elderly woman fills a water container from a river, as the country has a severe water shortage. Photo: Elena Fernandez/dpa.
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Berlin (Germany): Roses lie next to a note, with the inscription "#weremember", at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe one day ahead of the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust. Photo: Dorothee Barth/dpa.
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Melbourne (Australia): A protester holds a placard during an Invasion Day rally. Indigenous Australians refer to Australia Day, which commemorates the arrival of the First British Fleet to Sydney in 1788, as 'Invasion Day' and there is growing support to change the date to one which can be celebrated by all. Photo: James Ross/dpa.
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Eindhoven (Netherlands): Demonstrators throw stones towards the police during a demonstration against the current Corona policy in front of the Eindhoven Railway station. Photo: Rob Engelaar/dpa.
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Saint Petersburg (Russia): Anti-riot police officers confront protesters during a demonstration against the detention of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny who was arrested on his return to Russia from Germany. Photo: Sergei Mikhailichenko/dpa.
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Los Angeles (US): A mural of the basketball player Kobe Bryant on the side of a building, in the first anniversary of the death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and 7 others in a helicopter crash a year ago in Los Angeles. Photo: Keith Birmingham/dpa.
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Washington (US): President Joe Biden speaks (R) as Vice President Kamala Harris looks on during his administration's Coronavirus response event in the State Dining Room of the White House. Photo: Alex Wong/dpa.
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Munich (Germany): Two skeletons installed on a table are seen from the window of a closed restaurant in downtown. Photo: Peter Kneffel/dpa.
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Reggio Emilia (Italy): Juventus player Leonardo Bonucci celebrates with the trophy after winning the Italian Super Cup (Supercoppa Italiana) 2020-21 final match against Napoli at Mapei Stadium. Photo: Massimo Paolone/dpa.
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Washington (US): A Secret Service member looks out of the window of an SUV near the White House ahead of President-elect Joe Biden inauguration as the 46th President of the United States. Photo: Dominick Sokotoff/dpa.
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Washington (US): A general view of the National Mall as it filled with decorative flags during preparations for the inauguration ceremonies for President-elect Joe Biden, amid threats of violent events taking place. Photo: Carol Guzy/dpa.
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Washington (US): Military members stand guard in a closed road in the early morning ahead of the upcoming inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on 20 January 2021 amid threats of violent events taking place. Photo: Chris Juhn/dpa.
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Rio de Janeiro (Brazil): Beachgoers crowd on Copacabana Beach. Brazil, with its 210 million inhabitants, is one of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Fernando Souza/dpa.
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Pyongyang (North Korea): A picture provided by the North Korean state news agency (KCNA) on 15 January 2021, shows North Korean soldiers taking part in a military parade at Kim Il-sung Square, to celebrate the recently-concluded eighth congress of the North Korea's ruling Workers' Party. Photo: KCNA/dpa.
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Washington (US): Anti-Trump protesters put a big 'Remove Trump' banner on the street in front of the US Capitol. Photo: Lena Klimkeit/dpa.
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Hamburg (Germany): Firefighters work to extinguish a fire in a warehouse in the Wilhelmsburg district. Photo: Daniel Bockwoldt/dpa.
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Jakarta (Indonesia): A piece of one of the engines of Sriwijaya flight SJ182 sits at Tanjung Priok port after retriving it from the crash site following the crash of the Boeing 737-500 passenger plane with 62 people on board. Photo: Denny Pohan/dpa.
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Brisbane (Australia): People shop inside a supermarket. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced that greater Brisbane will go into a three-day lockdown after a hotel cleaner was diagnosed with the UK variant of coronavirus on Wednesday. Photo: Darren England/dpa.
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Lviv (Ukraine): An Ukrainian woman sings while carrying a basket of buns during the Orthodox Christmas Day parade in downtown Lviv. Photo: Mykola Tys/dpa.
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Seville (Spain): Paramedics and rescue team care for an elderly person in the street before being transferred to a hospital after a fire in an old people's nursing home. Photo: Eduardo Briones/dpa.
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Istanbul (Turkey): Turkish riot police clash with students of Bogazici University during a protest against the newly appointed rector who is known for closeness to the Turkish government and the ruling party. Photo: Jason Dean/dpa.
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New York (US): Residents wait in a line outside a coronavirus testing site through NYC Health + Hospitals located at Northern Boulevard in Queens. Photo: Ron Adar/dpa.
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Berlin (Germany): A cyclist rides through the snow at the Brandenburg Gate. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa.
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Seattle (US): Swimmers run into the frigid waters of Puget Sound during the annual West Seattle Polar Bear Swim. Photo: Paul Christian Gordon/dpa.
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Pyongyang (North Korea): A picture provided by the North Korean state news agency (KCNA) on 1 January 2021, shows North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un (C) visiting the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, the mausoleum for the country's former chief's Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il. Photo: KCNA/dpa.
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Draykish (Syria): A picture provided by the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) on 30 December 2020 shows Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad (R) and his wife Asma Al-Assad participating with more than 300 Syrian students in afforestation of Harsh al-Tufaha forest which was affected by the fires last year. Photo: SANA/dpa
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Buenos Aires (Argentina): Thousands of women demonstrated in front of the Argentinian congress while senators are discussing the law for legal, safe and free abortion. Photo: Carol Smiljan.
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Hulun Buir (China): Mongolians herders ride Bactrian camels as they take part in the camel beauty contest in Inner Mongolia. Photo: TPG via ZUMA Press/dpa.
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Gaza (Palestine). A Palestinian man inspects the damage at a workshop, after Israeli warplanes carried out airstrikes on the Gaza strip. Israel's military said early Sunday it had struck Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in response to rockets fired from Gaza towards Israel. Photo: Mahmoud Issa/dpa.
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Sao Paulo (Brazil): People walk in a popular street market before Christmas, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. Photo: Cris Faga/dpa.
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Dover (England): All check-in lanes at the port of Dover are closed. Britain's Port of Dover has banned all outgoing freight for 48 hours following the French government's announcement that it will not accept any passengers arriving from the UK for amid fears over the new coronavirus strain. Photo: Andrew Matthews/dpa.
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Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia): Children take a ride in the mini train inside a mall which is decorated for Christmas celebrations. Photo: Amirul Azmi/dpa.