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GERMANY SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

GERMANY SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

GERMANY SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUEepa08766486 Munas Dabbur (L) of TSG 1899 Hoffenheim battles for possession with Nemanja Milunovic of Crvena Zvezda during the UEFA Europa League Group L soccer match between TSG Hoffenheim and Crvena Zvezda at PreZero-Arena in Sinsheim, Germany, 22 October 2020. EPA/Alex Grimm / POOL

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CZECH REPUBLIC SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

CZECH REPUBLIC SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

CZECH REPUBLIC SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUEepa08766482 Goalkeeper Milan Heca of Sparta (L) in action against Burak Yilmaz of Lille (R) during the UEFA Europa League group H soccer match between Sparta Prague and LOSC Lille in Prague, Czech Republic, 22 October 2020. EPA/MARTIN DIVISEK

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BRITAIN SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGE

BRITAIN SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGE

BRITAIN SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGEepa08766478 Leicester City's goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel (L) greets and Zorya Luhansk's goalkeeper Mykyta Shevchenko after the UEFA Europa League group G soccer match between Leicester City and Zorya Luhansk, in Leicester, Britain, 22 October 2020. EPA/TIM KEETON

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USA GOLF ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP

USA GOLF ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP

USA GOLF ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIPepa08766475 Xander Schauffele of the US plays his shot from the first tee during the first round of the Zozo Championship PGA Tour golf tournament at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California, USA, 22 October 2020. EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT

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SPAIN SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

SPAIN SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

SPAIN SOCCER UEFA EUROPA LEAGUEepa08766463 Villarreal's striker Paco Alcacer (R) celebrates with his teammates after scoring during the UEFA Europe League group I soccer match between Villarreal CF and Sivasspor in Vila-real, eastern Spain, 22 October 2020. EPA/Domenech Castello

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A customer chooses a book at the New Great

A customer chooses a book at the New Great

A customer chooses a book at the New Great(201022) -- LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A customer chooses a book at the New Great Wall Books & Culture bookstore in Los Angeles, the United States, on Oct. 14, 2020. 'To be or not to be ...' that's the question that many independent bookstore owners are confronting as they become yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. Independent bookstores and bookstore chains have been taking a beating as consumer buying habits shifted to online purchases and away from the relaxed, in-person browsing they'd previously enjoyed. Now, fighting to survive, independent bookstore owners are really showing their mettle as they come up with innovative ways to serve their loyal customers and reach out to new ones. (Photo by Zeng Hui/Xinhua) TO GO WITH Spotlight: U.S. independent bookstores struggle to turn over new chapter in coronavirus era
A customer reads a book outside the New Great

A customer reads a book outside the New Great

A customer reads a book outside the New Great(201022) -- LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A customer reads a book outside the New Great Wall Books & Culture bookstore in Los Angeles, the United States, on Oct. 11, 2020. 'To be or not to be ...' that's the question that many independent bookstore owners are confronting as they become yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. Independent bookstores and bookstore chains have been taking a beating as consumer buying habits shifted to online purchases and away from the relaxed, in-person browsing they'd previously enjoyed. Now, fighting to survive, independent bookstore owners are really showing their mettle as they come up with innovative ways to serve their loyal customers and reach out to new ones. (Xinhua) TO GO WITH Spotlight: U.S. independent bookstores struggle to turn over new chapter in coronavirus era
A customer chooses books at the New Great

A customer chooses books at the New Great

A customer chooses books at the New Great(201022) -- LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A customer chooses books at the New Great Wall Books & Culture bookstore in Los Angeles, the United States, on Oct. 14, 2020. 'To be or not to be ...' that's the question that many independent bookstore owners are confronting as they become yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. Independent bookstores and bookstore chains have been taking a beating as consumer buying habits shifted to online purchases and away from the relaxed, in-person browsing they'd previously enjoyed. Now, fighting to survive, independent bookstore owners are really showing their mettle as they come up with innovative ways to serve their loyal customers and reach out to new ones. (Photo by Zeng Hui/Xinhua) TO GO WITH Spotlight: U.S. independent bookstores struggle to turn over new chapter in coronavirus era
A customer is seen at the Book Rack bookshop

A customer is seen at the Book Rack bookshop

A customer is seen at the Book Rack bookshop(201022) -- LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A customer is seen at the Book Rack bookshop in Arcadia, Los Angeles County, the United States, on Oct. 13, 2020. 'To be or not to be ...' that's the question that many independent bookstore owners are confronting as they become yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. Independent bookstores and bookstore chains have been taking a beating as consumer buying habits shifted to online purchases and away from the relaxed, in-person browsing they'd previously enjoyed. Now, fighting to survive, independent bookstore owners are really showing their mettle as they come up with innovative ways to serve their loyal customers and reach out to new ones. (Xinhua) TO GO WITH Spotlight: U.S. independent bookstores struggle to turn over new chapter in coronavirus era
Karen Kropp owner of The Book Rack bookshop

Karen Kropp owner of The Book Rack bookshop

Karen Kropp owner of The Book Rack bookshop(201022) -- LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Karen Kropp, owner of The Book Rack bookshop in Arcadia, works at the bookshop in Los Angeles County, the United States, on Oct. 13, 2020. 'To be or not to be ...' that's the question that many independent bookstore owners are confronting as they become yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. Independent bookstores and bookstore chains have been taking a beating as consumer buying habits shifted to online purchases and away from the relaxed, in-person browsing they'd previously enjoyed. Now, fighting to survive, independent bookstore owners are really showing their mettle as they come up with innovative ways to serve their loyal customers and reach out to new ones. (Xinhua) TO GO WITH Spotlight: U.S. independent bookstores struggle to turn over new chapter in coronavirus era
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