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Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows people

Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows people

Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows people(200920) -- CANBERRA, Sept. 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Sept. 16, 2020 shows people coming back to the Namadgi National Park for hiking after the summer bush fire in Canberra, Australia. As spring comes to Australian capital Canberra, trees are blossoming and new leaves are growing out. But on the mountains of the Namadgi National Park, charred trunks are still visible. \r\nTO GO WITH 'Feature: Scars of bushfire still evident in Australian national park' (Photo by Liu Changchang/Xinhua)
Rocks and forest burnt by the fire are seen

Rocks and forest burnt by the fire are seen

Rocks and forest burnt by the fire are seen(200920) -- CANBERRA, Sept. 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Rocks and forest burnt by the fire are seen in Namadgi National Park in Canberra, Australia, Sept 17, 2020. As spring comes to Australian capital Canberra, trees are blossoming and new leaves are growing out. But on the mountains of the Namadgi National Park, charred trunks are still visible. \r\nTO GO WITH 'Feature: Scars of bushfire still evident in Australian national park' (ACT Government/Handout via Xinhua)
The forest burnt by the fire in Namadgi

The forest burnt by the fire in Namadgi

The forest burnt by the fire in Namadgi(200920) -- CANBERRA, Sept. 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- The forest burnt by the fire in Namadgi National Park is turning green in Canberra, Australia, Sept. 17, 2020. As spring comes to Australian capital Canberra, trees are blossoming and new leaves are growing out. But on the mountains of the Namadgi National Park, charred trunks are still visible. \r\nTO GO WITH 'Feature: Scars of bushfire still evident in Australian national park' (ACT Government/Handout via Xinhua)
Staff members of the Namadgi National Park

Staff members of the Namadgi National Park

Staff members of the Namadgi National Park(200920) -- CANBERRA, Sept. 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Staff members of the Namadgi National Park work for its recovery after the bush fire in Canberra, Australia, Sept. 17, 2020. As spring comes to Australian capital Canberra, trees are blossoming and new leaves are growing out. But on the mountains of the Namadgi National Park, charred trunks are still visible. \r\nTO GO WITH 'Feature: Scars of bushfire still evident in Australian national park' (ACT Government/Handout via Xinhua)
Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows that most

Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows that most

Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows that most(200920) -- CANBERRA, Sept. 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Sept. 16, 2020 shows that most trees in the Namadgi National Park were burnt while others are still growing in Canberra, Australia. As spring comes to Australian capital Canberra, trees are blossoming and new leaves are growing out. But on the mountains of the Namadgi National Park, charred trunks are still visible. \r\nTO GO WITH 'Feature: Scars of bushfire still evident in Australian national park' (Photo by Liu Changchang/Xinhua)
Forest burnt by the fire is seen in Namadgi

Forest burnt by the fire is seen in Namadgi

Forest burnt by the fire is seen in Namadgi(200920) -- CANBERRA, Sept. 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Forest burnt by the fire is seen in Namadgi National Park in Canberra, Australia, Sept. 17, 2020. As spring comes to Australian capital Canberra, trees are blossoming and new leaves are growing out. But on the mountains of the Namadgi National Park, charred trunks are still visible. \r\nTO GO WITH 'Feature: Scars of bushfire still evident in Australian national park' (ACT Government/Handout via Xinhua)
Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows a bird

Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows a bird

Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows a bird(200920) -- CANBERRA, Sept. 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Sept. 16, 2020 shows a bird coming back to Namadgi National Park in Canberra, Australia. As spring comes to Australian capital Canberra, trees are blossoming and new leaves are growing out. But on the mountains of the Namadgi National Park, charred trunks are still visible. \r\nTO GO WITH 'Feature: Scars of bushfire still evident in Australian national park' (Photo by Liu Changchang/Xinhua)
Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows a

Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows a

Photo taken on Sept 16 2020 shows a(200920) -- CANBERRA, Sept. 20, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Sept. 16, 2020 shows a kangaroo jumping in the Namadgi National Park in Canberra, Australia. As spring comes to Australian capital Canberra, trees are blossoming and new leaves are growing out. But on the mountains of the Namadgi National Park, charred trunks are still visible. \r\nTO GO WITH 'Feature: Scars of bushfire still evident in Australian national park' (Photo by Liu Changchang/Xinhua)
EPA OUTLOOK

EPA OUTLOOK

EPA OUTLOOKepa08683114 We expect to move pictures on the following news, entertainment and sports items on the epa network - Sunday 20 September 2020:\r\n\r\nNEWS\r\n\r\nGLOBAL: Coronavirus developments\r\nBANGKOK: Mass anti-government protest\r\nBERLIN: Seebruecke demonstration 'Evacuate now'\r\nMUNICH: Cyclist Protest 'Kidical Mass'\r\nMINSK: Sunday march against presidential election results\r\nDE MEERN: Motorcyclists protest against closure of dyke roads\r\nABS: Children use donkeys to transport water to their homes\r\nTEL AVIV/JERUSALEM: Israel in second lock-down \r\n\r\nARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT\r\n\r\nGLOBAL: Clean up the World weekend\r\nSAN SEBASTIAN: Film festival\r\n\r\nSPORTS\r\n\r\nROME: Tennis Italian Open\r\nFRANCE: Cycling Tour de France\r\nCHICAGO: American Football NFL NY Giants at Chicago Bears\r\nEUROPE: Soccer various European premiership league matches\r\nMOSCOW: Moscow Marathon\r\nJURMALA : Beach Volleyball European Championships\r\nMAMARONECK: Golf US Open\r\nLE MANS: Automobile 24-hour of Le Mans\r\nMONTMELO: Motorcycling World Superbike Championship\r\nMISANO: Motorcycling Grand Prix of Emilia Romagna and Riviera di Rimini\r\nPRAGUE: Canoe Slalom European Championships\r\nARAGON: World Superbike\r\n\r\nEDITORIAL CONTACT\r\nE. Blythe\r\npicturedesk@epa.eu EPA/DSK

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YEMEN CONFLICT SAFE WATER

YEMEN CONFLICT SAFE WATER

YEMEN CONFLICT SAFE WATERepa08683113 Yemeni children ride their donkeys as they head to fill up jerry cans from a well equipped with a diesel-powered pump in the town of Abs, Hajjah province, Yemen, 08 September 2020 (issued 20 September 2020). Many Yemeni boys leave their homes on the back of their donkeys carrying plastic water canisters to fetch water from the Abs well, several hours away from their villages. Traveling long distances to bring water to their families every day doesn’t allow for the boys to attend school. Thousands of Yemeni families in the area, most of them displaced, depend on their children to fetch water for drinking, cooking and washing. According to UNICEF, nearly 18 million people of Yemen’s 29-million population, including 9.2 million children, lack regular access to safe water. EPA/YAHYA ARHAB

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