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epa08773388 A view of empty streets of the Orta di Atella comune that was declared 'red zone' after an increase of coronavirus Covid-19 cases, in Campania region, Naples, Italy, 25 October 2020. Authorities in worst-infected regions, including Lombardy, Campania and Lazio, have imposed tougher local measures to stem the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease. EPA/CESARE ABBATE
epa08773381 Kasper Dolberg (front L) of Nice celebrates with teammate Pierre Lees-Melou (R) after scoring the 1-0 lead during the French Ligue 1 soccer match between OGC Nice and Lille OSC in Nice, France, 25 October 2020. EPA/SEBASTIEN NOGIER
epa08773380 Newcastle manager Steve Bruce gestures on the touchline during the English Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle United in Wolverhampton, Britain, 25 October 2020. EPA/Stu Forster / POOL EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or 'live' services. Online in-match use limited to 120 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications.
epa08773379 Bremen's Marco Friedl (L) in action against Hoffenheim's Munas Dabbur (R) during the German Bundesliga soccer match between SV Werder Bremen and TSG Hoffenheim 1899 in Bremen, Germany, 25 October 2020. EPA/FOCKE STRANGMANN CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: The DFL regulations prohibit any use of photographs as image sequences and/or quasi-video.
epa08773375 Belarusian policemen (down) block a road against protesters (top) during a rally against government and President Lukashenko in Minsk, Belarus, 25 October 2020. According to reports, over 100,000 opposition activists took to the streets against Belarusian government and President Alexander Lukashenko calling him to step down and demanding new presidential elections. EPA/STR
epa08773373 We expect to move pictures on the following news, entertainment and sports items on the epa network - Monday, 26 October 2020:\r\n\r\nNEWS\r\n\r\nWORLD: Coronavirus, Covid-19 pandemic developments\r\nBANGKOK: Special parliament session to debate the ongoing anti-government protest\r\nLUZON ISLAND: Typhoon Molave in Philippines\r\nPARIS: Official visit of Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban\r\nATHENS: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov visits Athens\r\n\r\nARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT\r\n\r\nMOSCOW: Limit and Infinity exhibition project by Elide Cabassi opens\r\nLONDON: Turner's photocall at Tate\r\n\r\nSPORTS\r\n\r\nEUROPE: Soccer UEFA Champions League group stage md-1\r\nEUROPE: Soccer various European premiership league matches\r\nSPAIN: Cycling Vuelta a Espana\r\n\r\nEDITORIAL CONTACT\r\n\r\nB. Wenz, A. Ehlers\r\n\r\firstname.lastname@example.org EPA/DSK
epa08773368 An aerial view of the BER Terminal 5 after the renaming ceremony at the Terminal T5 of the BER Berlin Brandenburg Airport in Schoenefeld, Germany, 25 October 2020. The former Schoenefeld airport SXF becomes a new terminal of the BER airport. The opening of BER airport is scheduled for 31 October 2020. EPA/CLEMENS BILAN
epa08773349 Spanish rider Ion Izagirre of Astana team in action during the sixth stage of the Vuelta a Espana 2020 cycling race, over 146.4 km between Biescas and Aramon Formigal, northeastern Spain, 25 October 2020. EPA/KIKO HUESCA
epa08773341 Lekki toll plaza is seen damaged after a military attack on protesters against the Nigeria rogue police, otherwise know as Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), in Lagos, Nigeria, 25 October 2020. Following two weeks of street protests against the police Special Anti-Robbery Squad, otherwise known as SARS, burnt vehicles and damaged buildings remain visible across the city as normalcy returns to Lagos on Saturday 24 October 2020, after the Lagos metropolitan government eased the 72-hour curfew to disperse the protest against the Nigeria rogue police. EPA/AKINTUNDE AKINLEYE