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FILE BELGIUM EU PARLIAMENT SAKHAROV PRIZE

FILE BELGIUM EU PARLIAMENT SAKHAROV PRIZE

FILE BELGIUM EU PARLIAMENT SAKHAROV PRIZEepa08764747 (FILE) - Presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya gestures during a press-conference in Minsk, Belarus, 17 July 2020 (reissued 22 October 2020). The Belarus opposition, represented by Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, will receive the 2020 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, the European Parliament announced on 22 October 2020. EPA/TATYANA ZENKOVICH *** Local Caption *** 56435547

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SPAIN PARLIAMENT

SPAIN PARLIAMENT

SPAIN PARLIAMENTepa08764746 Spanish far-right party Vox's leader Santiago Abascal (C) is supported by his party's MPs after their non-confidence motion was rejected in a vote at the Congress of Deputies in Madrid, Spain, 22 October 2020. No parties have supported Vox in its challenge to get the passing of the motion. EPA/Mariscal

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BELGIUM EU SAKHAROV PRIZE

BELGIUM EU SAKHAROV PRIZE

BELGIUM EU SAKHAROV PRIZEepa08764745 European Parliament President David Sassoli announces the 2020 EU Sakharov Prize at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, 22 October 2020. The European Parliament has granted the Belarusian opposition with leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya the Sakharov prize 2020. EPA/FRANCOIS LENOIR / POOL

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SERBIA TENNIS DJOKOVIC

SERBIA TENNIS DJOKOVIC

SERBIA TENNIS DJOKOVICepa08764743 Novak Djokovic talks to the members of media in Belgrade, Serbia, 22 October 2020. Djokovic talked about the plans for the rest of the tennis season. EPA/Andrej Cukic

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FRANCE PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

FRANCE PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

FRANCE PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08764728 A photo illustration shows the French mobile phone application (app) TousAntiCovid, developped to trace people who test positive for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus causing the Covid-19 disease, in Paris, France, 22 October 2020. The French government releases a new version of the controversial tracing application, which has raised questions in regards to privacy laws with its first version called StopCovid. EPA/YOAN VALAT

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Aerial photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows

Aerial photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows

Aerial photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows(201022) -- ERENHOT, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Aerial photo taken on Oct. 22, 2020 shows trucks loaded with sheep donated by Mongolia passing Erenhot Port in Erenhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Over a dozen trucks loaded with 4,000 sheep from Mongolia arrived in the China-Mongolia border city of Erenhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, on Thursday. \r\n This was the first batch of 30,000 sheep donated by Mongolia in support of China's COVID-19 epidemic fight. \r\n According to a bilateral agreement, the sheep are transported to Erenhot in batches, where they are slaughtered and processed before being sent to central China's Hubei Province, the former frontier of China's epidemic fight. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)
Photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows the sheep

Photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows the sheep

Photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows the sheep(201022) -- ERENHOT, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Oct. 22, 2020 shows the sheep donated by Mongolia at Erenhot Port in Erenhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Over a dozen trucks loaded with 4,000 sheep from Mongolia arrived in the China-Mongolia border city of Erenhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, on Thursday. \r\n This was the first batch of 30,000 sheep donated by Mongolia in support of China's COVID-19 epidemic fight. \r\n According to a bilateral agreement, the sheep are transported to Erenhot in batches, where they are slaughtered and processed before being sent to central China's Hubei Province, the former frontier of China's epidemic fight. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)
Police officers check a truck loaded with

Police officers check a truck loaded with

Police officers check a truck loaded with(201022) -- ERENHOT, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Police officers check a truck loaded with sheep donated by Mongolia at the Erenhot station of exit and entry frontier inspection in Erenhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct. 22, 2020. Over a dozen trucks loaded with 4,000 sheep from Mongolia arrived in the China-Mongolia border city of Erenhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, on Thursday. \r\n This was the first batch of 30,000 sheep donated by Mongolia in support of China's COVID-19 epidemic fight. \r\n According to a bilateral agreement, the sheep are transported to Erenhot in batches, where they are slaughtered and processed before being sent to central China's Hubei Province, the former frontier of China's epidemic fight. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)
Aerial photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows a

Aerial photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows a

Aerial photo taken on Oct 22 2020 shows a(201022) -- ERENHOT, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Aerial photo taken on Oct. 22, 2020 shows a truck loaded with sheep donated by Mongolia passing Erenhot Port in Erenhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Over a dozen trucks loaded with 4,000 sheep from Mongolia arrived in the China-Mongolia border city of Erenhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, on Thursday. \r\n This was the first batch of 30,000 sheep donated by Mongolia in support of China's COVID-19 epidemic fight. \r\n According to a bilateral agreement, the sheep are transported to Erenhot in batches, where they are slaughtered and processed before being sent to central China's Hubei Province, the former frontier of China's epidemic fight. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)
A police officer checks the passports of

A police officer checks the passports of

A police officer checks the passports of(201022) -- ERENHOT, Oct. 22, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A police officer checks the passports of truck drivers who transport sheep donated by Mongolia at the Erenhot station of exit and entry frontier inspection in Erenhot, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct. 22, 2020. Over a dozen trucks loaded with 4,000 sheep from Mongolia arrived in the China-Mongolia border city of Erenhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, on Thursday. \r\n This was the first batch of 30,000 sheep donated by Mongolia in support of China's COVID-19 epidemic fight. \r\n According to a bilateral agreement, the sheep are transported to Erenhot in batches, where they are slaughtered and processed before being sent to central China's Hubei Province, the former frontier of China's epidemic fight. (Xinhua/Peng Yuan)
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