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epa08951005 European Council President Charles Michel addresses European lawmakers during a plenary session on the inauguration of the new President of the United States and the current political situation, at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, 20 January 2021. EPA/FRANCISCO SECO / POOL
epa08951003 European Commission President Ursula Von Der Leyen addresses European lawmakers during the presentation of the programme of activities of the Portuguese Presidency on a plenary session at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, 20 January 2021. EPA/FRANCISCO SECO / POOL
epaselect epa08950811 An elderly woman over 85 years old receives a shot of the first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against theâ coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in a vaccine center in Athens, Greece, 20 January 2021. EPA/ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU
epa08951001 A handout photo made available by the Badminton Association of Thailand of Qi Xuefei of France in action against Carolina Marin of Spain during their women's singles match at the BWF Toyota Thailand Open in Bangkok, Thailand, 20 January 2021. EPA/BADMINTON ASSOCIATION THAILAND HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
epa08950973 A handout picture provided by the Vatican Media shows a homeless person who is vaccinated against the Covid-19 in Vatican City, 20 January 2021. EPA/VATICAN MEDIA HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
epa08950971 Kosovo Albanians hold posters showing the portrait of the US President-elect Joe Biden, in the village of Bibaj, Kosovo, 20 January 2021. Several Kosovo Albanians gathered in the village of Bibaj near the US military camp Bonsteel to celebrate the inauguration of the President-elect Joe Biden. EPA/VALDRIN XHEMAJ
epa08950945 Health workers from the Nostra Senyora de Mertixell Hospital receive the first batch of vaccines against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Andorra, 19 January 2021 (issued 20 January 2021). Spain has signed an agreement with Andorra to sell them a total of 30,000 COVID-19 vaccines. According to Spanish Health Minister Illa, this is an exercise of 'responsibility and solidarity' with small countries that can't sign deals with pharmaceutical companies.
epa08950937 Intense care unit (ICU)'s chief Andres Carrillo poses for the media at the Miguel Servet Hospital in Zaragoza, Spain, 20 January 2021. Spain has reached to the highest weekly figure of new coronavirus cases with 233,523 cases. The Health Ministery informed about 34,292 new coronavisus cases and 404 deads on 19 January, which sets the official toll to 54,173. EPA/JAVIER BELVER
epa08950932 (FILE) - Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit (L) flashes the three-finger salute, a symbol of resistance in the kingdom, after arriving to a verdict hearing at the Constitutional Court in Bangkok, Thailand, 20 November 2019 (reissued 20 January 2021). Media reports state that Thailand's Digital Economy and Society Ministry (DES) on 20 January 2021, filed a criminal complaint against banned opposition politician Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit for defaming the monarchy. The DES did not immediately specify what actions the complaint would cite, local media reported. After last year a court ordered a pro-democracy opposition party to dissolve, Thailand has seen a wave of anti-government protests led by students that stretched to criticism of the Thai King's wealth, political role and personal life. Thailand's royal defamation law, also known as lese majeste, punishes defamation from three to fifteen years in prison for each count.