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SPAIN CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

SPAIN CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

SPAIN CORONAVIRUS PANDEMICepa08966217 A woman wearing a protective face mask walks in front of a mural in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, 25 January 2021 (issued 26 January 2021). More than 3,000 people are being hospitalized due to COVID-19 for the first time since the pandemic began, with 684 in serious conditions with 65 percent of the intensive care units (ICU) occupied. EPA/Enric Fontcuberta

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FRANCE TOTAL PROTEST

FRANCE TOTAL PROTEST

FRANCE TOTAL PROTESTepa08966215 A protester from the CGT trade union wearing a jacket of the TUI tourism group attends a demonstration of the Oil French company Total's employees at its headquarters in La Defense, Paris business district, France, 26 January 2021. Total plans to close its Grandpuits refinery and reassigning its workers to bio-fuel production. EPA/CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON

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CHINAGUANGDONGSHENZHENCOVID19TESTING CN

CHINAGUANGDONGSHENZHENCOVID19TESTING CN

CHINAGUANGDONGSHENZHENCOVID19TESTING CN(210126) -- SHENZHEN, Jan. 26, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Medical workers collect swab samples at a COVID-19 testing site in Huazhong University of Science and Technology Union Shenzhen Hospital (Nanshan Hospital) in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, Jan. 26, 2021. Shenzhen has set up 324 nucleic acid testing sites around the city and more testing sites will be added as Spring Festival travel rush is approaching. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian)
FRANCE HEALTH VIRUS VACCINE

FRANCE HEALTH VIRUS VACCINE

FRANCE HEALTH VIRUS VACCINEepa08966212 French Health Minister Olivier Veran during a press conference on the time limit for the injection of the second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 (coronavirus) vaccine, in Paris, France, 26 January 2021. EPA/BERTRAND GUAY / POOL MAXPPP OUT

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FOCUSCHINAJIANGXINANCHANGWHITE CRANEPROTECTION CN

FOCUSCHINAJIANGXINANCHANGWHITE CRANEPROTECTION CN

FOCUSCHINAJIANGXINANCHANGWHITE CRANEPROTECTION CN(210126) -- NANCHANG, Jan. 26, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Wang Zhiru studies a white crane specimen at the Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Center in east China's Jiangxi Province, Jan. 18, 2021. Wang Zhiru, director of the Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Center of Jiangxi Province, and Kuang Shaoxiang, a veterinarian, met the white crane 'Aiai' for the first time in April 2018, when it was found and sent to the center by a local villager.\r\n 'When I first saw it, the crane was so dirty and couldn't even stand steadily due to long-term malnutrition.' Wang Zhiru recalled.\r\n Bird lovers named the little white crane 'Aiai', which means 'love' in Chinese. After over 10 days of careful treatment and recuperation, Aiai recovered and could be released into the wild.\r\n However, all the other white cranes had left Poyang Lake and moved northward to Momoge National Nature Reserve in northeast China's Jilin Province. White cranes would lose their ability to survive in the wild if they were artificially reared for a long time, so the best choice was to take it to the north and released it at the destination of their migration. Wang Zhiru and Kuang Shaoxiang decided to take Aiai by plane all the way to Jilin Province, to catch up with other white cranes.\r\n 'We installed a satellite tracker and made a wooden box that met aviation requirements. We also brought it with corn kernels, multivitamin water, and its favorite lotus root. It was like sending our own kid on a long trip.' said Kuang Shaoxiang.\r\n After a journey of more than 2,000 kilometers from Nanchang to Changchun and then to Momoge National Nature Reserve, Aiai was finally back to the wild. The story of the crane's 'family reunion' also attracted lots of attention.\r\n Unfortunately, they lost track of Aiai soon as the satellite tracker failed to send back signals, until a photographer accidentally took a picture of Aiai at the Yellow River Delta National Nature Reserve in east China's Shandong Province at the end of 2018.\r\n Seeing the 'S26' tag on the crane's leg, Wang Zhiru recognized Aiai immediately. 'This is Aiai and it proves that Aiai has successfully returned to life in the wild and it even has a mate by its side!'\r\n Since then, no one has ever met Aiai again, but Wang Zhiru feels no regret at all.\r\n 'I'm filled with joy knowing so many people are caring about white cranes, and seeing more and more migratory birds foraging, playing and flying freely at Poyang Lake.' Wang Zhiru said. (Xinhua/Wan Xiang)
MALAYSIA ANIMALS MONKEYS

MALAYSIA ANIMALS MONKEYS

MALAYSIA ANIMALS MONKEYSepa08966182 A long-tailed macaque breast feeds her baby at Jugra hills, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 26 January 2021. Celebrity primatologists and scientists have been urged not to post selfies with chimpanzees, orangutans and other primates on social media to help conservation efforts for threatened species. EPA/FAZRY ISMAIL

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NETHERLANDS RIOTS CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19

NETHERLANDS RIOTS CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19

NETHERLANDS RIOTS CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19epa08966181 Fire damage to a container on Beijerlandselaan in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 26 January 2021, the day after the riots. Rioters caused vandalism, looted various shops and pelted the police with stones and fireworks. Since the introduction of a curfew to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, there have been evening riots in various cities across the country. EPA/KOEN VAN WEEL

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MALAYSIA ANIMALS

MALAYSIA ANIMALS

MALAYSIA ANIMALSepa08966183 Two birds fight each other at Carey Island outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 26 January 2021. EPA/FAZRY ISMAIL

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PAKISTAN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

PAKISTAN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

PAKISTAN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08966168 People receive free food and blankets distributed by Raghib welfare during smart lockdown in Karachi, Pakistan, 26 January 2021. Countries ?around the world are fighting with the second wave of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease. EPA/REHAN KHAN

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SPAIN PANDMEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

SPAIN PANDMEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

SPAIN PANDMEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08966163 A deliveryman carries a box as he walks past San Agustin market in A Coruna, Galicia, northwestern Spain, 26 January 2021. Galicia's regional authorities passed the closing of bars and restaurants from 27 January to try to contain the spreading of COVID-19 virus disease. The malls will be closed during weekends and non-essential stores will close at 18.00 hour daily. EPA/Cabalar

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