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GERMANY CHURCHES

GERMANY CHURCHES

GERMANY CHURCHESepa08687762 Chairman of the German Episcopal Conference, Cardinal Georg Baetzing, opens the German Bishops' Conference in Fulda, Germany, 22 September 2020. From 22 to 24 September 2020 the German bishops will meet in Fulda to discuss reforms in the church. EPA/RONALD WITTEK

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GERMANY ANTI SEMITISM TERROR

GERMANY ANTI SEMITISM TERROR

GERMANY ANTI SEMITISM TERRORepa08687761 (L-R) Journalist Ronen Steinke, survivor of the attack on the synagogue in Halle Naomi Henkel-Guembel, Donata Hasselmann of the organization Mediendienst Integration, Vice President of the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) Juergen Peter and Anti-Semitism Representative of the Jewish Community to Berlin Sigmount Koenigsberg during a press talk on the occasion of the synagogue attack in Halle in October 2019 at the Jewish synagogue in Berlin, Germany, 22 September 2020. On 09 October 2019 an extreme right-wing assassin attempted to penetrate the synagogue in Halle (Saale) and kill the Jews praying there. One year later, experts discuss during a press conference if Jewish institutions in Germany are sufficiently protected. EPA/CLEMENS BILAN

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CYPRUS GREECE DIPLOMACY

CYPRUS GREECE DIPLOMACY

CYPRUS GREECE DIPLOMACYepa08687753 Greece president Katerina Sakellaropoulou (L) visits the ceasefire line in the divided capital Nicosia, Cyprus, 22 September 2020. It is Sakellaropoulou's first visit abroad since she was sworn in as eighth President of Greece in January 2020. EPA/KATIA CHRISTODOULOU

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BRITAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

BRITAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

BRITAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08687750 Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson departs a cabinet meeting at Downing Street in London, Britain, 22 September 2020. Due to rising cases of coronavirus all pubs, bars, restaurants and other hospitality venues in England must have a 22:00 closing time from 24 September 2020. Further coronavirus restrictions and measures will be set out by the prime minister in the House of Commons on 22 September 2020. EPA/NEIL HALL

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CHINA HONG KONG DETAINEES

CHINA HONG KONG DETAINEES

CHINA HONG KONG DETAINEESepa08687737 A man looks at a poster supporting 12 Hongkongers who were detained in mainland China, at the University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong, China, 22 September. The 12 are accused of illegally crossing the border when they allegedly tried to flee to Taiwan on a speedboat. They were intercepted by Guangdong coast guard and have been detained in Shenzhen for almost a month. EPA/JEROME FAVRE

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SPAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

SPAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

SPAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08687723 No cars are seen at a street in Usera district in Madrid, Spain, 22 September 2020, one of the areas that has been 'locked' to avoid coronavirus spread. Madrid local authorities launched a plan to avoid the spreading of coronavirus, from 21 September. Residents of a total of 37 health areas of the region have been confined to their neighborhoods for two weeks limiting their mobility and allowing them only to leave their residential areas in order to go to work, to school, University or to attend an emergency. More than 200 local policemen will randomly control around 855,000 residents to prevent infringements. EPA/BALLESTEROS

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SINGAPORE BANKS MONEY LAUNDERING

SINGAPORE BANKS MONEY LAUNDERING

SINGAPORE BANKS MONEY LAUNDERINGepa08687721 The logo of DBS Bank on the side of a building in Singapore, 22 September 2020. A report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists revealed that approximately 4.5 billion US dollar were transferred through banks in Singapore, namely DBS Bank, CIMB Bank, and Deutsche Bank. The sum is part of a larger 2 trillion US dollar total of illicit funds that were flagged as suspicious financial activity by various financial institutions. EPA/WALLACE WOON

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BRITAIN LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE

BRITAIN LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE

BRITAIN LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCEepa08687711 Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer (C) arrives with the Mayor of Doncaster Ros Jones (R) and Ruth Smeeth (L), to deliver his keynote speech during the Labour party's online conference from the Danum Gallery, Library and Museum in Doncaster, Britain, 22 September 2020. Sir Keir will address party members in his first party conference since becoming leader in the wake of its worst defeat in a general election since 1935. EPA/STEFAN ROUSSEAU / POOL

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GERMANY ORGANIZED CRIME

GERMANY ORGANIZED CRIME

GERMANY ORGANIZED CRIMEepa08687707 The names Abou Chaker and Anis Mohamed Youssef Ferchichi, known as rapper Bushido, are written near doorbells at a house where police search during a large-scale police raid in Kleinmachnow near Berlin, Germany, 22 September 2020. The major raid at various locations in Berlin and Brandenburg is focused on the scene of organized crime and property crimes of the Abou Chaker Clan, on suspicion of asset fraud, such as money laundering and tax evasion, according to a police speaker. Clan leader Arafat Abou-Chaker is currently in an ongoing trial at the Berlin Regional Court. He and his brothers are accused of having threatened and imprisoned the rapper Bushido. EPA/FILIP SINGER

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ITALY SOCCER SERIE A

ITALY SOCCER SERIE A

ITALY SOCCER SERIE Aepa08687705 Juventus F.C's new player Alvaro Morata wears a face mask as he arrives at the club’s medical center in Turin, Italy, 22 September 2020. EPA/ALESSANDRO DI MARCO

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