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SPAIN GOVERNMENT

SPAIN GOVERNMENT

SPAIN GOVERNMENTepa08966969 Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez attends a press conference at Moncloa Palace, in Madrid, 26 January 2021, after his meeting with Spain's King Felipe VI to inform him about the new changes in the Spanish Government. Spanish Territorial Policies Minister Carolina Darias, will be named new Health Minister, and former PSC's General Secretary Miquel Iceta will replace her as Spanish Territorial Policies Minister. EPA/Ballesteros

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USA SENATE COMMERCE RAIMONDO

USA SENATE COMMERCE RAIMONDO

USA SENATE COMMERCE RAIMONDOepa08966965 U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) attends a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee hearing on Governor Gina Raimondo's nomination to be Commerce secretary on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA, 26 January 2021. EPA/JONATHAN ERNST / POOL

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UAE DRONE SHOW

UAE DRONE SHOW

UAE DRONE SHOWepa08966954 Some 300 drones illuminate the sky over the Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), forming different shapes as part of the Dubai Shopping Festival, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 26 January 2021. EPA/ALI HAIDER

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ITALY GOVERNMENT CRISIS

ITALY GOVERNMENT CRISIS

ITALY GOVERNMENT CRISISepa08966944 A handout photo made available by Chigi Palace Press Office shows Italian resigned Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in his office at Chigi Palace, Rome, 26 January 2021. Conte's coalition government, which has been in power since September 2019, was plunged into turmoil by the withdrawal last week of former premier Matteo Renzi's Italia Viva party. Media reports suggest Conte will seek a new mandate to form a new government to run Italy as it battles the coronavirus pandemic, which has left more than 85,000 people dead in the country and crippled the economy. EPA/FILIPPO ATTILI / CHIGI PALACE PRESS OFFICE / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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UAE WEATHER

UAE WEATHER

UAE WEATHERepa08966937 The sun sets behind the world's tallest completed building, the Burj Khalifa (rear C), rising high in the skyline above all other buildings of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 26 January 2021. EPA/ALI HAIDER

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URUGUAY USA DEFENCE

URUGUAY USA DEFENCE

URUGUAY USA DEFENCEepa08966936 A handout photo made available by the US Embassy in Uruguay shows the US military ship USCG Cutter during its arrival at the port of Montevideo, Uruguay, 25 January 2021 (issued 26 January). The US coast guard vessel USCG Cutter Stone is in Uruguay with its sights set on 'strengthening security alliances' within the framework of Operation Cruz del Sur, which seeks to combat illegal fishing, said a US embassy in Uruguay statement on 26 January, adding that the ship was received a day earlier by the Uruguayan Navy and that it is the first visit of this type 'in more than a decade'. EPA/US Embassy in Uruguay HANDOUT MANDATORY CREDIT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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epaselect LATVIA WEATHER

epaselect LATVIA WEATHER

epaselect LATVIA WEATHERepaselect epa08966891 A woman feeds swans at the Kengaraga promenade along the river Daugava in Riga, Latvia, 26 January 2021, on a wet winter day. EPA/TOMS KALNINS

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epaselect SWEDEN WEATHER SNOW

epaselect SWEDEN WEATHER SNOW

epaselect SWEDEN WEATHER SNOWepaselect epa08966815 A towboat breaks the ice in central Ornskoldsvik, Sweden, 26 January 2021. EPA/Erik Martensson SWEDEN OUT

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epaselect FRANCE EDUCATION PROTEST

epaselect FRANCE EDUCATION PROTEST

epaselect FRANCE EDUCATION PROTESTepaselect epa08966788 French teachers, students and National Education workers demonstrate as part of a strike for jobs, wages and working conditions in Paris, France, 26 January 2021. Education labor unions demand measures to revalue salaries and careers in the education system. EPA/CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON

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epaselect COSTA RICA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

epaselect COSTA RICA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

epaselect COSTA RICA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epaselect epa08966906 A view of flasks with laboratory samples in San Jose, Costa Rica, 25 January 2021 (issued 26 January 2021). Costa Rican scientists develop a saliva test to quickly detect COVID-19 disease, which would allow the country to have a certain degree of autonomy by having its own molecular tests and doing a massive epidemiological tracking of the virus. A score of experts from the state-run University of Costa Rica (UCR), the Technological Institute of Costa Rica and the National University concluded the first prototype of saliva tests for the rapid diagnosis of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in symptomatic and asymptomatic patients. EPA/Jeffrey Arguedas

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