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INDIACOVID19CASES

INDIACOVID19CASES

INDIACOVID19CASES(210617) -- KOLKATA, June 17, 2021 (Xinhua) -- People dine in a restaurant after relaxation in restrictions of COVID-19 lockdown in Kolkata on June 16, 2021. India's COVID-19 tally rose to 29,700,313 on Thursday, with 67,208 new cases recorded in the past 24 hours, said the federal health ministry.\r\n Meanwhile, 2,330 more patients died since Wednesday morning, taking the death toll to 381,903.\r\n This was the 10th consecutive day when less than 100,000 cases were registered across the country, after peaking to over 400,000 for several days in April and May. (Str/Xinhua)
ITALY RACING MILLE MIGLIA

ITALY RACING MILLE MIGLIA

ITALY RACING MILLE MIGLIAepa09278641 Vintage cars compete in the 'Mille Miglia' car rally, in Pisa, Italy, 17 June 2021. The Mille Miglia (1,000 Miles) is a classic and vintage car race from Brescia to Rome and back. EPA/Fabio Frustaci

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EPA OUTLOOK

EPA OUTLOOK

EPA OUTLOOKepa09278634 We expect to move pictures on the following news, entertainment and sports items\r\non the epa network - Thursday 17 June 2021\r\n\r\nNEWS\r\n\r\nSHANGHAI: Shanghai 100th CCP anniversary media tour\r\nTOKYO: Press Conference by Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga\r\nHONG KONG: Newspaper Apple Daily raided by police\r\nKOLKATA: Heavy rains and monsoon showers disrupt normal life\r\nBANGALORE: Vaccination and testing speed up as Bangalore for the first time in two months, logged less than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases\r\nCOLOMBO: Health workers protests demanding Covid -19 allowances, vaccination for their families, protective gear facilities\r\nMUMBAI: Pre monsoon showers and high tide warnings in city and its suburbs.\r\nJIUQUAN SATELLITE LAUNCH CENTER: Launch of Long March-2F carrier rocket, carrying the Shenzhou-12 manned spaceship\r\nMANDALUYONG: Protest at Asian Development Bank headquarters\r\nBOGOR: Covid-19 vaccination drive at a train station\r\nDILI: Vaccination drive for Chinese community\r\nBANGKOK: Thailand is set to fully reopening country in 120 days\r\nBANGKOK: Media preview of a mobile vehicle unit for trained sniffing dog to detect COVID-19 patient\r\nATHENS: President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen visits Athens\r\nBERLIN: Trial against IS returnee: accused of aiding and abetting the enslavement of two Yazidi women\r\nLUXEMBOURG: Eurogroup Finance ministers meeting\r\nBRUSSELS: Protest with more the 200 undocumented people in hunger strike for weeks now\r\nSOFIA: North Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev visits\r\nBEIRUT: General strike called by the General Labor Union\r\nABIDJAN: Former President Gbagbo's return to Cote d Ivoire\r\nMONROVIA: Women in the workplace\r\nBARCELONA: South Korean's Moon Jae-in opens a bilateral tourism forum\r\nBARCELONA: Circle of Economy Forum round tables\r\nROME: Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh Issa in Rome\r\nWARSAW: Official visit of German President Steinmeier \r\nWASHINGTON: Capitol Hill Coverage\r\nTIJUANA: Beginning of COVID-19 vaccination campaignain

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PHILIPPINES PROTEST FOSSIL FUELS

PHILIPPINES PROTEST FOSSIL FUELS

PHILIPPINES PROTEST FOSSIL FUELSepa09278633 Protesters hold signs in opposition to fossil fuels during a rally outside the Asian Development Bank (ADB) headquarters in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines, 17 June 2021. Protesters called on the ADB, which is co-hosting the Asia Clean Energy Forum from 14-18 June, and participating nations to transition from funding fossil fuel projects to developing clean and renewable energy in order to achieve a fossil fuel-free Asia region before the year 2050. EPA/ROLEX DELA PENA

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LEBANON PROTESTS

LEBANON PROTESTS

LEBANON PROTESTSepa09278625 A roadblock made of garbage bins during a general strike, in Beirut, Lebanon, 17 June 2021. The strike was called by the General Labor Union in all Lebanese governorates to protest against the country’s political and economic crisis amid constant power cuts, the high cost of living and the low purchasing power of the Lebanese pound, as well as the failure of political leaders to form a government after months of deadlock. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

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SPITALYROMEFOOTBALLEURO 2020ITALY VS SWITZERLAND

SPITALYROMEFOOTBALLEURO 2020ITALY VS SWITZERLAND

SPITALYROMEFOOTBALLEURO 2020ITALY VS SWITZERLAND(210617) -- ROME, June 17, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Ciro Immobile (2nd, R) of Italy celebrates his goal during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group A match between Italy and Switzerland in Rome, Italy, June 16, 2021. (Xinhua/Cheng Tingting)
INDONESIA COVID19 VACCINE

INDONESIA COVID19 VACCINE

INDONESIA COVID19 VACCINEepa09278619 A health worker prepares a dose of Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine during a mass vaccination drive at Bogor train station, Indonesia, 14 June 2021. Indonesia is speeding up its vaccination campaign for people aged 18 and above due to an increasing number of coronavirus cases. EPA/ADI WEDA

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HONDURAS PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19

HONDURAS PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19

HONDURAS PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19epa09278613 A handout photo made available by the Presidential House of Honduras shows the president of Honduras Juan Orlando Hernandez (R), during the donation of five freezers for the storage of vaccines in Tegucigalpa, Honduras 16 June 2021. The United States donated five freezers to Honduras on Wednesday so that it can store up to two million vaccines against COVID-19. EPA/Presidential House of Honduras / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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SPAZERBAIJANBAKUFOOTBALLEURO 2020TURKEY VS WALES

SPAZERBAIJANBAKUFOOTBALLEURO 2020TURKEY VS WALES

SPAZERBAIJANBAKUFOOTBALLEURO 2020TURKEY VS WALES(210617) -- BAKU, June 17, 2021, (Xinhua) -- Merih Demiral (L) of Turkey vies with Aaron Ramsey of Wales during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group A match in Baku, Azerbaijan, June 16, 2021. (Xinhua/Tofik Babayev)
CHINA HONG KONG APPLE DAILY ARRESTS

CHINA HONG KONG APPLE DAILY ARRESTS

CHINA HONG KONG APPLE DAILY ARRESTSepa09278593 Police officers check a vehicle outside the cordoned off office of Next Media, publisher of Apple Daily, in Hong Kong, China, 17 June 2021. Hong Kong's national security police arrested five directors of the Apple Daily newspaper on suspicion of conspiracy to collude with foreign forces under the China-imposed legislation. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

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