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epa09133777 Members of the U.S. Capitol Police pay their respects to the late U.S. Capitol Police officer William 'Billy' Evans as he lies in honor at the Capitol in Washington, DC, USA, on 13 April 2021. Officer Evans was killed in the line of duty 02 April when a driver rammed his vehicle into Evans and another officer before crashing into a security barrier at the North entrance to the Capitol. EPA/Caroline Brehman / POOL
epa09133778 Chelsea's midfielder Kai Havertz (R) duels for the ball against Porto's defender Pepe (L) during the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal, second leg soccer match between Chelsea FC and Porto FC at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium in Seville, Andalusia, Spain, 13 April 2021. EPA/Julio Munoz
epa09133769 Bayern's Jerome Boateng (R) and Paris Saint Germain's Neymar Jr (L) in action during the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal second leg soccer match between Paris Saint-Germain and FC Bayern Munich, in Paris, France, 13 April 2021. EPA/IAN LANGSDON
epa09133766 Swiss goalkeeper Gaelle Thalmann, left, celebrates with Alisha Lehmann, 2nd left, and her other teammates after winning the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 play-off 2nd leg qualification match between Switzerland and the Czech Republic at the Stockhorn Arena in Thun, Switzerland, 13 April 2021. EPA/ALESSANDRO DELLA VALLE
epa09133765 US Vice President Kamala Harris pays respects to slain U.S. Capitol Police officer William âBillyâ Evans as he lies in honor at the Capitol in Washington, DC, USA, 13 April 2021. Officer Evans was killed in the line of duty 02 April when a driver rammed his vehicle into Evans and another officer before crashing into a security barrier at the North entrance to the Capitol. EPA/Jacquelyn Martin / POOL
epa09133756 Colombian Air Force medical personnel prepares to transfer a patient with COVID-19 in a C-295 plane from Combat Air Command 5 (CACOM5) bound for the city of Bogota, in Rionegro, Antioquia, Colombia, 13 April 2021. EPA/Luis Eduardo Noriega A.
epa09133740 A composite photo shows State Premier of Bavaria and Christian Social Union (CSU) chairman Markus Soeder (L) and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party chairman Armin Laschet (R) as they leave after a CDU/CSU faction meeting in Berlin, Germany, 13 April 2021. CDU and CSU sister parties are trying to find a candidate for chancellorship. The choice is to be made between Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party chairman Armin Laschet and State Premier of Bavaria and Christian Social Union (CSU) chairman Markus Soeder. EPA/CLEMENS BILAN
epa09133739 View of a deserted street in Sarajevo, during curfew in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 13 April 2021. Bosnian authorities have eased restrictive measures and allowed working outdoor restaurants and cafes. The authorities leave some other form of restrictive measures in place, such as night curfews and indoor restaurant operation, following increased coronavirus infection and deaths in the capital. EPA/FEHIM DEMIR
epa09133738 General view showing a minaret of the Husrev-beg mosque (L) and the clock tower (R), during Ramadan, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 13 April 2021. Believers are advised not to gather in mosques during the Covid-19 pandemic, and to perform religious rites in their homes. Muslims around the world celebrate the holy month of Ramadan by praying during the night time and abstaining from eating, drinking, and sexual acts during the period between sunrise and sunset. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and it is believed that the revelation of the first verse in Koran was during its last 10 nights. EPA/FEHIM DEMIR
(210413) -- LUSAKA, April 13, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Rebecca Phiri (Rear), a trader dealing in baby wear and beddings, works at a market in Lusaka, Zambia, on April 5, 2021. In Zambia, a number of manufacturing companies are already doing their best to keep afloat and meet the ever-growing demand for raw materials and finished goods that were sourced out of the country, prior to the advent of COVID-19. The homegrown development efforts of these companies are not only ensuring that small-scale traders stay in business but are to a greater extent also helping to address high unemployment levels in the country. (Photo by Lillian Banda/Xinhua) TO GO WITH Feature: Zambian traders laud local manufacturers for keeping small businesses afloat