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SWITZERLAND WTO FORUM PUBLIC

SWITZERLAND WTO FORUM PUBLIC

SWITZERLAND WTO FORUM PUBLICepa09492924 Nigeria's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (R), Director General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), arrives for the opening of the WTO Forum Public on Trade Beyond COVID-19: Building Resilience, at the headquarters of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, Switzerland, 28 September 2021. EPA/SALVATORE DI NOLFI

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epaselect DENMARK ART

epaselect DENMARK ART

epaselect DENMARK ARTepaselect epa09492885 An empty picture frame, an artwork titled 'Take the Money and Run' by Danish artist Jens Haaning, in on display at the museum Kunsten in Aalborg, Sweden, 28 September 2021. The frame should have been filled with around 550.000 Danish kroner in cash, which is supposed to match the average annual salary in respectively Austria and Denmark. Yet, when the art pieces arrived at the museum in Aalborg last week and staff members began unpacking the frames, there was no money in sight, only the empty frames and the tape, which was supposed to hold the money in place. Danish artist Jens Haaning is currently in possession of the cash that should have been inside the frames. The museum loaned him the money, which he is contractually bound to return to the museum, when the exhibition closes on 14 January 2022. EPA/Henning Bagger DENMARK OUT

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epaselect CHINA DEFENSE AIRSHOW

epaselect CHINA DEFENSE AIRSHOWepaselect epa09492555 The August 1st, or Ba Yi, Aerobatics Team performs on Chengdu J-10 aircrafts during the 13th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, China, 28 September 2021. The event, also known as Airshow China, runs from 28 September through 03 October 2021. According to military commentator Song Zhongping’s statement to the media, the exhibition presents sophisticated surveillance drones and jets able to jam electronic equipment with a focus on disputed territories from Taiwan to the South China Sea. Airshow China has become one of the top five air shows in the world. EPA/ALEX PLAVEVSKI

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epaselect BELGIUM EU PROTEST ENERGY CHARTER TREATY

epaselect BELGIUM EU PROTEST ENERGY CHARTER TREATY

epaselect BELGIUM EU PROTEST ENERGY CHARTER TREATYepaselect epa09492527 Environmental activists with masks looking like Netherlands’ Prime Minister Mark Rutte, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and French President Emmanuel Macron protest against Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) in front of European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, 28 September 2021. The 7th negotiation round to reform the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), which protects fossil fuel companies’ investments, will be held from 28 September to 1 October 2021. Campaigners are urging European countries to withdraw from the controversial agreement, rather than engage in talks. At least 61 coal-fired power plants currently benefit from the ECT’s extensive investment protection provisions and that this would continue to be the case well into the 2030s under the best scenario proposed for ECT reform. EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET

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epaselect ITALY CLIMATE CONFERENCE THUNBERG

epaselect ITALY CLIMATE CONFERENCE THUNBERG

epaselect ITALY CLIMATE CONFERENCE THUNBERGepaselect epa09492521 Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg speaks at the conference 'Youth4climate: driving ambition Italy 2021' in Milan, Italy, 28 September 2021. EPA/MATTEO BAZZI

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epaselect NORTH MACEDONIA EU DIPLOMACY

epaselect NORTH MACEDONIA EU DIPLOMACY

epaselect NORTH MACEDONIA EU DIPLOMACYepaselect epa09492879 North Macedonia's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev (R) welcomes President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen (L) in Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia, 28 September 2021. President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen is on an one day visit to North Macedonia during her Balkan tour. EPA/Georgi Licovski

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epaselect SWITZERLAND WTO FORUM PUBLIC

epaselect SWITZERLAND WTO FORUM PUBLIC

epaselect SWITZERLAND WTO FORUM PUBLICepaselect epa09492720 Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), is seen on a screen as he delivers his speech past Nigeria's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, top, Director General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), during the opening of the WTO Forum Public on Trade Beyond COVID-19: Building Resilience, at the headquarters of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, Switzerland, 28 September 2021. EPA/SALVATORE DI NOLFI

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epaselect SPAIN WOMENS RIGHTS ABORTION

epaselect SPAIN WOMENS RIGHTS ABORTION

epaselect SPAIN WOMENS RIGHTS ABORTIONepaselect epa09492485 Femen activists hold banners picturing Texas flag and reading 'My body is Mine' (R) as they protest during a rally held outside US Embassy in Madrid, Spain, 28 September 2021. The women's rights group protested to mark International Safe Abortion Day outside the US embassy after Texas passed a law against abortion. EPA/Rodrigo Jimenez ATTENTION EDITORS: IMAGE CONTAINS NUDITY

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epaselect RUSSIA PEOPLE

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epaselect RUSSIA PEOPLEepaselect epa09492798 General view of St. Isaac's Cathedral where the wedding ceremony of the Grand Duke’s George Mikhailovich Romanov of Russia and his fiancee Victoria Romanovna Bettarini is planned to be held in St. Petersburg, Russia, 28 September 2021. George Mikhailovich Romanov is a descendant of the Romanov family through his mother, recognized by a part of the monarchists (Cyrilists) as the heir to the supremacy in the Russian Imperial House. He is the only child of Maria Romanova and Prince of Prussia Franz Wilhelm and a direct descendant (great-great-grandson) of the English Queen Victoria through his great-grandmother, English princess Victoria Melita, hence ranked 140th in succession to the British throne. The engagement to Victoria Bettarini took place in the Kostroma Ipatiev Monastery in January 2021. The wedding is scheduled for 01 October 2021 at St. Isaac's Cathedral in St. Petersburg with about 400 guests including the Spanish King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia. EPA/ANATOLY MALTSEV

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epaselect AFGHANISTAN CRISIS

epaselect AFGHANISTAN CRISIS

epaselect AFGHANISTAN CRISISepaselect epa09492682 A view of a traffic jam in Kabul, Afghanistan, 28 September 2021. Lack of international recognition remains a pressing problem for the Taliban, who are not only geopolitically isolated but are also facing a major cash crunch after international financing institutions froze most of the funds Afghanistan has long relied upon for economic stability. EPA/STRINGER

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