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epaselect BRITAIN GOVERNMENT

epaselect BRITAIN GOVERNMENT

epaselect BRITAIN GOVERNMENTepaselect epa09695189 A protester holds a placard showing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, outside parliament in London, Britain, 19 January 2022. Pressure is building on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after the 'Partygate' allegations. Labour Party leader Keir Starmer has reiterated calls for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign following allegations that the Prime Minister attended a drinks party at Downing Street during lockdown in May 2020. EPA/ANDY RAIN

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epaselect TURKEY PROTEST HRANT DINK

epaselect TURKEY PROTEST HRANT DINK

epaselect TURKEY PROTEST HRANT DINKepaselect epa09695180 People hold a painting of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink during a rally to mark the 15th death anniversary of the him in front of the Agos newspaper in Istanbul, Turkey, 19 January 2022. Dink was shot dead in 2007 outside his Istanbul office. An ultra-nationalist sympathizer Ogun Samast, who was 17 at the time of the killing, was sentenced to 23 years in prison for having committed the murder. EPA/ERDEM SAHIN

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epaselect SOUTH AFRICA BIG WAVE SURFING

epaselect SOUTH AFRICA BIG WAVE SURFING

epaselect SOUTH AFRICA BIG WAVE SURFINGepaselect epa09694629 Surfer Jake Kolnick rides a wave at Sunset offshore reef in the Atlantic Ocean outside Cape Town, South Africa, 19 January 2022. Big swells are unusual during the southern hemisphere summer but a storm in the South Atlantic generated powerful swells that broke on the Cape's outer reefs making good conditions for the sport. This is the first big swell of the year. The waves were too big to paddle into so surfers used wave runners to tow each other into the waves. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

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ITALY SOCCER ITALIAN CUP

ITALY SOCCER ITALIAN CUP

ITALY SOCCER ITALIAN CUPepa09695328 Sassuolo's Abdou Harroui (L) scores the 1-0 goal during the Italian Cup round of 16 soccer match US Sassuolo vs Cagliari Calcio at Mapei Stadium in Reggio Emilia, Italy, 19 January 2022. EPA/ELISABETTA BARACCHI

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USA NEW YORK TRUMP NY AG JAMES

USA NEW YORK TRUMP NY AG JAMES

USA NEW YORK TRUMP NY AG JAMESepa09695324 A view of the main entrance to Trump Tower in New York, New York, USA, 19 January 2022. New York Attorney General Letitia James filed court papers on Tuesday night accusing former US President Donald Trump’s business of misrepresenting the value of many assets, including Mr. Trump’s apartment in Trump Tower, to lenders, insurance companies and to the US’ Internal Revenue Service. EPA/JUSTIN LANE

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BELGIUM COVID19 VACCINE

BELGIUM COVID19 VACCINE

BELGIUM COVID19 VACCINEepa09695315 Hugo, 6, receives the first jab of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine at Namur Expo in Namur, Belgium, 19 January 2022. The mass vaccination campaign for children aged 6 or older in the Wallonia region of Belgium began on 19 January. Vaccination centers are now open to children every Wednesday afternoon and Saturday morning. EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET

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INDIA PANDEMIC COVID19 CORONAVIRUS

INDIA PANDEMIC COVID19 CORONAVIRUS

INDIA PANDEMIC COVID19 CORONAVIRUSepa09695314 People sit along the Marina beach in Chennai, India, 19 January 2022. The Tamil Nadu state government extended the existing COVID-19 restrictions with night curfew and complete weekend lockdown until 31 January 2022 and imposed new restrictions during the Pongal festival to curb the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus disease. EPA/IDREES MOHAMMED

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CHILE POLITICS

CHILE POLITICS

CHILE POLITICSepa09695312 (L-R) The secretary general of the Independent Democratic Union (UDI), Maria Jose Hoffmann, the president of the Renovacion Nacional (RN) party, Francisco Chahuan, the president of Evopoli, Andres Molina, and the secretary general of the Regionalists and Independents Party (PRI), Diego Berrios, are seen after meeting with the president-elect of Chile, Gabriel Boric, at the 'Moneda Chica', the operations center of the president-elect in Santiago, Chile, 19 January 2022. The parties of the current right-wing ruling coalition 'Chile Vamos' were received by the president-elect, Gabriel Boric (left-wing), and they discussed their role in the next administration and 'urgent' issues, such as violence in the southern part of the country. EPA/Alberto Valdes

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NETHERLANDS CULTURE PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

NETHERLANDS CULTURE PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

NETHERLANDS CULTURE PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa09695306 A pianist performs as Dutch wardens called Boas (unseen) give a warning to employees of the cultural palace Amare to stop performances as part of the Kapsalon Theater campaign, in The Hague, Netherlands, 19 January 2022. Members of the cultural sector are taking action against the continued COVID-19 closures. Dozens of theaters have been converted into hairdressing salons, massage studios or beauty salons that also host performances, in protest against the forced closure of the cultural sector due to the coronavirus measures. EPA/PHIL NIJHUIS

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CAMBODIASIHANOUKVILLEASEANTOURISM

CAMBODIASIHANOUKVILLEASEANTOURISM

CAMBODIASIHANOUKVILLEASEANTOURISM(220119) -- SIHANOUKVILLE, Jan. 19, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 19, 2022 shows the 25th Meeting of ASEAN Tourism Ministers in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Tourism ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on Wednesday agreed to announce the reopening of ASEAN tourism to revitalize the sector amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement. (Photo by Phearum/Xinhua)
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