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epaselect FRANCE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2022

epaselect FRANCE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2022

epaselect FRANCE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2022epaselect epa09972987 Guests stand on stage, during the 75th anniversary celebration screening of 'The Innocent' during the 75th annual Cannes Film Festival, in Cannes, France, 24 May 2022. The festival runs from 17 to 28 May. EPA/CLEMENS BILAN

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epaselect BRAZIL VIOLENCE

epaselect BRAZIL VIOLENCE

epaselect BRAZIL VIOLENCEepaselect epa09973234 Relatives of the victims mourn after a police operation in the Vila Cruzeiro favela, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 24 May 2022. An operation to capture drug traffickers from a powerful criminal group left at least 11 dead in a favela complex in Rio de Janeiro. EPA/Andre Coelho

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FRANCE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2022

FRANCE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2022

FRANCE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2022epa09973328 (L-R) Niels Schneider, Sophie Marceau, Amira Casar, Jean Dujardin, Melanie Laurent at the 75th anniversary celebration screening of 'The Innocent' during the 75th annual Cannes Film Festival, in Cannes, France, 24 May 2022. The festival runs from 17 to 28 May. EPA/GUILLAUME HORCAJUELO / POOL

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PUERTO RICO CRIME

PUERTO RICO CRIME

PUERTO RICO CRIMEepa09973327 Puerto Rican urban music producer Raphy Pina (C) speaks to reporters as he leaves federal court in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 24 May 2022. The producer, who is the manager of the singer Daddy Yankee, was sentenced to 41 months in prison for illegal possession of firearms. Pina will have to add to that period in prison 3 years and 5 more months on supervised release and pay a fine of $150,000 dollars. EPA/Jorge Muniz

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LEBANONBEIRUTCURRENCYEXCHANGE RATERECORD LOW

LEBANONBEIRUTCURRENCYEXCHANGE RATERECORD LOW

LEBANONBEIRUTCURRENCYEXCHANGE RATERECORD LOW(220524) -- BEIRUT, May 24, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A woman is seen at a foreign exchange office in Beirut, Lebanon, on May 24, 2022. The Lebanese pound on Tuesday sank to a new historic low on the parallel market amid the country's unprecedented financial crisis, local media reported. (Xinhua/Liu Zongya)
BRITAINLONDONELIZABETH LINE

BRITAINLONDONELIZABETH LINE

BRITAINLONDONELIZABETH LINE(220524) -- LONDON, May 24, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A man walks past a poster of Elizabeth Line in London, Britain, on May 24, 2022. As a new railway line, Elizabeth Line opened to the public on Tuesday. (Photo by Ray Tang/Xinhua)
ECUADOR GOVERNMENT

ECUADOR GOVERNMENT

ECUADOR GOVERNMENTepa09973323 President of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso (R), along with his wife, First Lady Maria de Lourdes Alcivar (L), greets supporters after presenting his report to the Nation, in the National Assembly, at the Government Palace, in Quito, Ecuador, 24 May 2022. EPA/Jose Jacome

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POLAND WOMENS VOLLEYBALL

POLAND WOMENS VOLLEYBALL

POLAND WOMENS VOLLEYBALLepa09973316 Zuzanna Gorecka (R) from Poland and Anastasia Cekulaev (L) and Hanna Orthmann (2-L) from Germany in action during the friendly volleyball match for women in Gliwice, south Poland, 24 May 2022. EPA/ZBIGNIEW MEISSNER POLAND OUT

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ZIMBABWEHARAREPROTESTANTISANCTIONS

ZIMBABWEHARAREPROTESTANTISANCTIONS

ZIMBABWEHARAREPROTESTANTISANCTIONS(220524) -- HARARE, May 24, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Members of anti-sanctions lobby group Broad Alliance Against Sanctions protest against the imposition of sanctions in front of the U.S. Embassy in Harare, Zimbabwe, on May 24, 2022. Anti-sanctions lobby group Broad Alliance Against Sanctions (BAAS) on Tuesday handed over letters to the American Embassy in Zimbabwe inviting African-American congressional members to visit the country and witness the negative impact of U.S. imposed sanctions. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuliang)
BOLIVIA RACISM PROTEST

BOLIVIA RACISM PROTEST

BOLIVIA RACISM PROTESTepa09973302 Aymara women participated in a mobilization against racism, in La Paz, Bolivia, 24 May 2022. Hundreds of public officials, indigenous people, and representatives of the LGBTI community, participated in the mobilization to remember the National Day against Racism and Discrimination. The march was led by the Bolivian Minister of Culture, Decolonization and Depatriarchalization, Sabina Orellana, whose office is in charge of the fight against racism and discrimination in the Andean country. EPA/Martin Alipaz

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