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IVORY COAST SOCCER 2021 AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS

IVORY COAST SOCCER 2021 AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS

IVORY COAST SOCCER 2021 AFRICA CUP OF NATIONSepa09698157 Fans react while watching a broadcast of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations soccer match between Ivory Coast and Algeria, in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 20 January 2022. EPA/LEGNAN KOULA

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USA MCCONNELL VOTING

USA MCCONNELL VOTING

USA MCCONNELL VOTINGepa09698151 Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell rides the Senate subway beneath the US Capitol in Washington, DC, USA, 20 January 2022. McConnell is facing criticism for his comments at press conference on 19 January, when he said African American voters are voting in just as high a percentage as 'Americans'. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

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epaselect KENYA BLACK SOLDIER FLY FARMING

epaselect KENYA BLACK SOLDIER FLY FARMING

epaselect KENYA BLACK SOLDIER FLY FARMINGepaselect epa09697950 Adult Black soldier flies, farmed at the Zihanga farm in Kabete, Kiambu, Kenya, 19 January 2022 (issued 20 January 2022). Zihanga, a waste recycling company and insect feed manufacturer founded by three young Kenyan men, began its operations in November 2020. The company recycles organic waste, including from animal waste from slaughterhouses and market food waste, using Black soldier flies (Hermetia illucens). Through the farming of the Black soldier flies, they get organic fertilizer and alternative protein that can be incorporated into animal feeds. The company says their products have been beneficial to local farmers and their livestock around as well as the environment by reducing the amount of waste that could potentially end up in rivers and streams. The young entrepreneurs also strive to create jobs for young people and train them, which helps improve their quality of life. They currently have employed six young men at the farm. EPA/Daniel Irungu

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epaselect LEBANON HOMELESSNESS

epaselect LEBANON HOMELESSNESS

epaselect LEBANON HOMELESSNESSepaselect epa09697902 Lebanese Muhammad Al Mughrabi, an 82-year-old holds a book that reads 'Lebanon' in Arabic as he lives and sleeps under the Iron Bridge on the Corniche Al Nahr since around two years in Beirut, Lebanon, 20 January 2022. Muhammad Al Mughrabi, studied engineering in Cairo before his circumstances changed and pushed him to live under the bridge and finally become a bookseller. The stacks of books serve as walls surrounding the place where he lives which includes a bed. He has various collections of old and new books, magazines and newspapers and survives from donations and bookselling. Lebanon has been suffering from a political and economic crisis for two years, after the disruption of petrol, diesel and electricity supplies, as well as subsidies for all oil and medicine derivatives were lifted. EPA/WAEL HAMZEH

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epaselect LIBERIA MONROVIA CHURCH STAMPEDE

epaselect LIBERIA MONROVIA CHURCH STAMPEDE

epaselect LIBERIA MONROVIA CHURCH STAMPEDEepaselect epa09697796 A man peeps through a window to look at a burst wall, used as an escape route during a stampede at the D. Tweh Memorial School campus are deposited in Monrovia, Liberia, 20 January 2022. According to reports, about 29 people including men, women and children lost their lives in a stampede during religious crusade event in new Kru Town, a suburb of Monrovia after a street gang entered the event causing panic. President Weah declared three days of national mourning for the victims of the stampede. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

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epaselect CAMEROON SOCCER 2021 AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS

epaselect CAMEROON SOCCER 2021 AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS

epaselect CAMEROON SOCCER 2021 AFRICA CUP OF NATIONSepaselect epa09697774 Nicolas Pepe (R) of Ivory Coast celebrates with teammates Franck Kessie (L) and Max Gradel (C) after scoring the 3-0 lead during the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations AFCON group E soccer match between Ivory Coast and Algeria at Japoma Stadium in Douala, Cameroon, 20 January 2022. EPA/Alain Guy Suffo EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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SUDAN CRISIS PROTEST

SUDAN CRISIS PROTEST

SUDAN CRISIS PROTESTepa09698128 A Sudanese protester holds a painting of a person who reportedly died in a previous rally during a protest, in Khartoum, Sudan, 20 January 2022. Sudanese protesters rallied against the killing of at least 70 protests in crackdown against pro-democracy since the beginning of the military coup on 25 October 2021. The protest was organized as the US Assistant Secretary of State Molly Phee and US special envoy for the Horn of Africa David Satterfield visit Khartoum to meet separately with pro-democracy activists and military leaders to put an end to the crisis in the country. EPA/STRINGER

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COLOMBIA ABORTION

COLOMBIA ABORTION

COLOMBIA ABORTIONepa09698112 Members of the feminist movement 'Causa Justa' protest in front of the Supreme Court of Justice in Bogota, Colombia, 20 January 2022. The Constitutional Court of Colombia accepted on 20 January the impediment of impartiality presented by Judge Alejandro Linares to recuse himself from the vote on the decriminalization of abortion, a decision that delays the decision-making process. EPA/Mauricio Duenas CastaĂąeda

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YEMEN ECONOMY SMALL ENTERPRISES

YEMEN ECONOMY SMALL ENTERPRISES

YEMEN ECONOMY SMALL ENTERPRISESepa09698009 A Yemeni (L) shops at a weekly bazaar for small enterprises in Sana'a, Yemen, 20 January 2022. Small enterprises have been an important source of income for low-income families who market and sell their produces at weekly markets in Sana'a, but these products are declining due to economic collapse and low purchasing power as Yemen's seven-year-old conflict escalates between the Saudi-UAE-backed government forces and the Houthis. The products include food, handicrafts, clothes, accessories, sweets, pastries, incense and perfumes. EPA/YAHYA ARHAB

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KUWAITAHMADIEMERGENCY DRILL

KUWAITAHMADIEMERGENCY DRILL

KUWAITAHMADIEMERGENCY DRILL(220120) -- AHMADI (KUWAIT), Jan. 20, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Firefighters try to extinguish a fire during an emergency drill in Ahmadi Governorate, Kuwait, on Jan. 20, 2022. Kuwait Fire Force held on Thursday the emergency drill in Ahmadi Governorate to prepare for possible crises. (Xinhua)
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