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Suporters of Brazil's Cruzeiro cheer for their team before a 2018 Copa Libertadores football match against Argentina's Racing Club at Mineirao stadium, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / DOUGLAS MAGNO
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Suporters of Brazil's Cruzeiro cheer for their team before a 2018 Copa Libertadores football match against Argentina's Racing Club at Mineirao stadium, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / DOUGLAS MAGNO
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Suporters of Brazil's Cruzeiro cheer for their team before a 2018 Copa Libertadores football match against Argentina's Racing Club at Mineirao stadium, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / DOUGLAS MAGNO
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Suporters of Brazil's Cruzeiro cheer for their team before a 2018 Copa Libertadores football match against Argentina's Racing Club at Mineirao stadium, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / DOUGLAS MAGNO
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Suporters of Brazil's Cruzeiro cheer for their team before a 2018 Copa Libertadores football match against Argentina's Racing Club at Mineirao stadium, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / DOUGLAS MAGNO
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People pay their respects during a ceremony in central Manchester, May 22, 2018, marking the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
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Flowers and messages of condolence are left in central Manchester, May 22, 2018, marking the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
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People pay their respects during a ceremony in central Manchester, May 22, 2018, marking the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / Oli SCARFF
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People pay their respects during a ceremony in central Manchester, May 22, 2018, marking the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / Oli SCARFF
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People pay their respects during a ceremony in central Manchester, May 22, 2018, marking the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
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People grieve during a silence at 10:31pm, the exact one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena, central Manchester on May 22, 2018. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
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People grieve during a silence at 10:31pm, the exact one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena, central Manchester on May 22, 2018. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / Oli SCARFF
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People grieve during a silence at 10:31pm, the exact one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena, central Manchester on May 22, 2018. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
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The mother (R) of a member of the Nazareno church who died in the plane crash in Havana that killed 110 people, is comforted as she takes the urn containing the ashes of her loved one to the funeral in Holguin, eastern Cuba, on May 22, 2018. A Boeing 737 leased to national carrier Cubana de Aviacion crashed shortly after taking off from Havana's Jose Marti airport on Friday with 113 passengers and crew aboard. Two of the three Cuban women pulled alive from the wreckage of a plane crash are fighting for their lives in hospital, doctors said Monday. / AFP PHOTO / STR
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The mother of a member of the Nazareno church who died in the plane crash in Havana that killed 110 people, is assisted during the funeral in Holguin, eastern Cuba, on May 22, 2018. A Boeing 737 leased to national carrier Cubana de Aviacion crashed shortly after taking off from Havana's Jose Marti airport on Friday with 113 passengers and crew aboard. Two of the three Cuban women pulled alive from the wreckage of a plane crash are fighting for their lives in hospital, doctors said Monday. / AFP PHOTO / STR
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Flowers and balloons are placed in central Manchester on May 22, 2018, the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / Oli SCARFF
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Flowers and balloons are placed in central Manchester on May 22, 2018, the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / Oli SCARFF
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Song lyrics are projected onto St Ann's Church adjacent to where flowers and balloons have been left in condolence in central Manchester on May 22, 2018, the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
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People pay their respects before flowers and balloons in central Manchester on May 22, 2018, the one year anniversary of the deadly attack at Manchester Arena. Prime Minister Theresa May and Prince William will on May 22, 2018 join families of the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing at a commemoration ceremony in the city on the first anniversary of the tragedy. They will attend the service at Manchester Cathedral alongside first responders, civic leaders and some of the scores injured in the suicide attack on May 22 last year, which killed 22 people. Salman Abedi, a British man of Libyan heritage, blew himself up outside the venue, which had been hosting a concert by teen pop idol Ariana Grande. / AFP PHOTO / OLI SCARFF
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The aircraft that went off the runway and collapsed over a busy boulevard while landing at Toncontin International airport in Tegucigalpa on May 22, 2018 is being removed from the site of the accident. At least six US passengers who were flying from Texas, were injured in the accident. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA
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The aircraft that went off the runway and collapsed over a busy boulevard while landing at Toncontin International airport in Tegucigalpa on May 22, 2018 is being removed from the site of the accident. At least six US passengers who were flying from Texas, were injured in the accident. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA
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The aircraft that went off the runway and collapsed over a busy boulevard while landing at Toncontin International airport in Tegucigalpa on May 22, 2018 is being removed from the site of the accident. At least six US passengers who were flying from Texas, were injured in the accident. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA
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The aircraft that went off the runway and collapsed over a busy boulevard while landing at Toncontin International airport in Tegucigalpa on May 22, 2018 is being removed from the site of the accident. At least six US passengers who were flying from Texas, were injured in the accident. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA
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The aircraft that went off the runway and collapsed over a busy boulevard while landing at Toncontin International airport in Tegucigalpa on May 22, 2018 is being removed from the site of the accident. At least six US passengers who were flying from Texas, were injured in the accident. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA
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The aircraft that went off the runway and collapsed over a busy boulevard while landing at Toncontin International airport in Tegucigalpa on May 22, 2018 is being removed from the site of the accident. At least six US passengers who were flying from Texas, were injured in the accident. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA
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The aircraft that went off the runway and collapsed over a busy boulevard while landing at Toncontin International airport in Tegucigalpa on May 22, 2018 is being removed from the site of the accident. At least six US passengers who were flying from Texas, were injured in the accident. / AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA
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Retired Army officersHugo Zaldana Rojas (2-R) talks to a lawyer as he waits for their sentence at a courtroom in Guatemala City on May 22, 2018. Five retired Army officers are being charged with crimes against humanity for the illegal detention, torture, and rape of Emma Molina Theissen, and the enforced disappearance of her 14-year old brother, Marco Antonio Molina Theissen, in 1981. / AFP PHOTO / Johan ORDONEZ
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Retired Army officers Hugo Zaldana Rojas (L) and Francisco Gordillo Martinez (C) talk to a lawyer as they wait for their sentence at a courtroom in Guatemala City on May 22, 2018. Five retired Army officers are being charged with crimes against humanity for the illegal detention, torture, and rape of Emma Molina Theissen, and the enforced disappearance of her 14-year old brother, Marco Antonio Molina Theissen, in 1981. / AFP PHOTO / Johan ORDONEZ
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Retired Army officers Hugo Zaldana Rojas (L) and Francisco Gordillo Martinez (C) talk to a lawyer as they wait for their sentence at a courtroom in Guatemala City on May 22, 2018. Five retired Army officers are being charged with crimes against humanity for the illegal detention, torture, and rape of Emma Molina Theissen, and the enforced disappearance of her 14-year old brother, Marco Antonio Molina Theissen, in 1981. / AFP PHOTO / Johan ORDONEZ
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Retired Army officers Hugo Zaldana Rojas (L), Francisco Gordillo Martinez (2-L), Manuel Antonio Callejas (C) and Edilberto Letona Linares (R) are greeted by a lawyer as they wait for their sentence at a courtroom in Guatemala City on May 22, 2018. The four, along with fellow retired Army officer Benedicto Lucas Garcia who remains hospitalized, are being charged with crimes against humanity for the illegal detention, torture, and rape of Emma Molina Theissen, and the enforced disappearance of her 14-year old brother, Marco Antonio Molina Theissen, in 1981. / AFP PHOTO / Johan ORDONEZ
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(L-R) Retired Army officers Hugo Zaldana Rojas, Manuel Antonio Callejas and Edilberto Letona Linares wait for their sentence at a courtroom in Guatemala City on May 22, 2018. Five retired Army officers are being charged with crimes against humanity for the illegal detention, torture, and rape of Emma Molina Theissen, and the enforced disappearance of her 14-year old brother, Marco Antonio Molina Theissen, in 1981. / AFP PHOTO / Johan ORDONEZ
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(L-R) Retired Army officers Francisco Gordillo Martinez, Hugo Zaldana Rojas, Manuel Antonio Callejas and Edilberto Letona Linares wait for their sentence at a courtroom in Guatemala City on May 22, 2018. The four, along with fellow retired Army officer Benedicto Lucas Garcia who remains hospitalized, are being charged with crimes against humanity for the illegal detention, torture, and rape of Emma Molina Theissen, and the enforced disappearance of her 14-year old brother, Marco Antonio Molina Theissen, in 1981. / AFP PHOTO / Johan ORDONEZ
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Argentina's goalkeeper Sergio Romero stretches during a training session in Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, on May 22, 2018. Sergio Romero injured his right knee during a training session on Tuesday and will miss the FIFA 2018 World Cup starting next month in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / Juan MABROMATA
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Argentina's goalkeeper Sergio Romero kicks the ball during a training session in Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, on May 22, 2018. Sergio Romero injured his right knee during a training session on Tuesday and will miss the FIFA 2018 World Cup starting next month in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / Juan MABROMATA
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Argentina's goalkeeper Sergio Romero gestures before the start of a training session in Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, on May 22, 2018. Sergio Romero injured his right knee during a training session on Tuesday and will miss the FIFA 2018 World Cup starting next month in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / Juan MABROMATA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, surfs off the coast of Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, surfs off the coast of Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, surfs off the coast of Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, surfs off the coast of Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, exits the water after a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, exits the water after a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem (L), a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, walks along the coastline after a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Rim, a female Moroccan surfer walks along the beachside after a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Rim, a female Moroccan surfer walks along the beachside after a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, walks along the coastline after a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, walks along the coastline after a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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A female Moroccan surfer enters the water for a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, exits the water after a surf session in Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 15, 2012 a girl strokes a Hermann's tortoise in a flat in Paris. International Fund for Animal Welfare NGO warned on May 23, 2018, that online commerce threatens protected species. Experts from the organistaion carried out a study during six weeks in 2017 looking at classified ads posted online in France, Russia, Germany and Great Britain and found that 11,772 specimens of endangered wildlife were listed in 5,381 ads and messages on 106 online retail sites and 4 social networks, for an estimated amount of 3,2 million euros. According to the study, 80 percent of the proposed specimens were alive: mainly reptiles (particularly land and marine turtles which represent 45 percent of total ads) and birds (gray parrots of Gabon or the Amazon, raptors, geese ... ), but sometimes much larger animals like wild yaks or orangutans in Russia, lions, jaguars and bears in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS GUILLOT
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Meriem, a 29-year-old Moroccan engineer and surfer, surfs off the coast of Rabat on April 1, 2018. At Rabat's popular Udayas beach, women surfers prefer wearing traditional robes over stylish swimsuits, but they still face harassment out in the water. / AFP PHOTO / FADEL SENNA
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Danilo (R) attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Danilo attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Gabriel Jesus attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Gabriel Jesus attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Gabriel Jesus (L) and Neymar attend a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Gabriel Jesus (L) and Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar (L) and Gabriel Jesus attend a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Gabriel Jesus (L) and Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Gabriel Jesus (R) and Neymar shake hands during a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Gabriel Jesus (L), Danilo (C) and Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Uruguayan national team footballers Cristian Rodriguez,(L) Jose Maria Gimenez(C) and Nahitan Nandez take part in a training session in preparation for the World Cup Russia 2018 in Montevideo on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Uruguayan national team footballer Guillermo Varela,(L) Matias Vecino,(C) and Diego Laxal(R) take part in a training session in preparation for the World Cup Russia 2018 in Montevideo on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Handout picture released by Brazilian news agency Agencia Brazil showing Brazilian former finance minister Henrique Meirelles looking on during the launching of presidential bid for the next elections in Brazil, for the Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB), in Brasilia on May 22, 2018. Brazil's center-right ex-finance minister Meirelles won backing Tuesday for his presidential bid from current President Temer, and promised to keep Latin America's biggest economy on a path of market-friendly reforms. / AFP PHOTO / AGENCIA BRASIL / ANTONIO CRUZ / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / AGENCIA BRASIL / ANTONIO CRUZ" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Handout picture released by Brazilian news agency Agencia Brazil showing Brazilian former finance minister Henrique Meirelles giving a speech during the launching of presidential bid for the next elections in Brazil, for the Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB), in Brasilia on May 22, 2018. Brazil's center-right ex-finance minister Meirelles won backing Tuesday for his presidential bid from current President Temer, and promised to keep Latin America's biggest economy on a path of market-friendly reforms. / AFP PHOTO / AGENCIA BRASIL / ANTONIO CRUZ / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / AGENCIA BRASIL / ANTONIO CRUZ" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Handout picture released by Brazilian news agency Agencia Brazil showing Brazilian President Michel Temer (R) delivering a speech during the launching of former finance minister Henrique Meirelles' presidential bid for the next elections in Brazil, for the Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB), in Brasilia on May 22, 2018. Brazil's center-right ex-finance minister Meirelles won backing Tuesday for his presidential bid from current President Temer, and promised to keep Latin America's biggest economy on a path of market-friendly reforms. / AFP PHOTO / AGENCIA BRASIL / ANTONIO CRUZ / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / AGENCIA BRASIL / ANTONIO CRUZ" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Uruguayan national team footballers takes part in a training session in preparation for the World Cup Russia 2018, in Montevideo on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Uruguayan national team footballers takes part in a training session in preparation for the World Cup Russia 2018, in Montevideo on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Uruguayan national team footballers takes part in a training session in preparation for the World Cup Russia 2018, in Montevideo on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Uruguayan national football team coach Washington Tabarez, is pictured during a press conference at the Complejo Celeste training center in Montevideo, on May 22, 2018, ahead of the upcoming FIFA's 2018 World Cup. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Uruguayan national football team coach Washington Tabarez, is pictured during a press conference at the Complejo Celeste training center in Montevideo, on May 22, 2018, ahead of the upcoming FIFA's 2018 World Cup. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Uruguayan national football team coach Washington Tabarez, is pictured during a press conference at the Complejo Celeste training center in Montevideo, on May 22, 2018, ahead of the upcoming FIFA's 2018 World Cup. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Uruguayan national football team coach Washington Tabarez, is pictured during a press conference at the Complejo Celeste training center in Montevideo, on May 22, 2018, ahead of the upcoming FIFA's 2018 World Cup. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Handout picture released by the Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB) party's press office showing Brazilian President Michel Temer (L) and former finance minister Henrique Meirelles participating in the launching of Meirelles' presidential bid for the next elections, in Brasilia on May 22, 2018. Brazil's center-right ex-finance minister Meirelles won backing Tuesday for his presidential bid from current President Temer, and promised to keep Latin America's biggest economy on a path of market-friendly reforms. / AFP PHOTO / MDB / HO / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / MDB" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Handout picture released by the Brazilian Democratic Movement (MDB) party's press office showing Brazilian President Michel Temer (L) and former finance minister Henrique Meirelles participating in the launching of Meirelles' presidential bid for the next elections, in Brasilia on May 22, 2018. Brazil's center-right ex-finance minister Meirelles won backing Tuesday for his presidential bid from current President Temer, and promised to keep Latin America's biggest economy on a path of market-friendly reforms. / AFP PHOTO / MDB / HO / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / MDB" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Ministerial police officers stand guard, during an investigation at the Bugambilias neighborhood in Zapopan municipality, the day after an attack against Secretary of Labour and ex-prosecutor of Jalisco Luis Carlos Najera, in which six other people were also wounded, in downtown Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico, on May 22, 2018. Najera, three other civilians and and three members of the prosecutor's office, were wounded in a shootout in broad daylight while the state official was having lunch at a restaurant. / AFP PHOTO / ULISES RUIZ
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Senegalese footballers Cheikh Ndoye (#11) Idrissa Gana Gueye(#5) and Badou Ndiaye take part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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Senegalese footballer Cheikhou Kouyate (R) takes part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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Senegalese footballer Idrissa Gana Gueye takes part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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Senegalese footballers Cheikh Ndoye (#11) and Mame Birame Diouf take part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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Senegalese footballer Pape Alioune Ndiaye takes part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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Senegalese footballers Cheikhou Kouyate (#8) and Alfred Ndiaye take part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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Senegalese footballers Idrissa Gana Gueye (L) and Badou Ndiaye take part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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A Ministerial police officer and a sniffer dog stand guard during an investigation at the Bugambilias neighborhood in Zapopan municipality, the day after an attack against Secretary of Labour and ex-prosecutor of Jalisco Luis Carlos Najera, in which six other people were also wounded, in downtown Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico, on May 22, 2018. Najera, three other civilians and and three members of the prosecutor's office, were wounded in a shootout in broad daylight while the state official was having lunch at a restaurant. / AFP PHOTO / ULISES RUIZ
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Ministerial police officer and forensic personnel inspect a car, during an investigation at the Bugambilias neighborhood in Zapopan municipality, the day after an attack against Secretary of Labour and ex-prosecutor of Jalisco Luis Carlos Najera, in which six other people were also wounded, in downtown Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico, on May 22, 2018. Najera, three other civilians and and three members of the prosecutor's office, were wounded in a shootout in broad daylight while the state official was having lunch at a restaurant. / AFP PHOTO / ULISES RUIZ
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Senegalese footballers Mame Biram Diouf (#9) and Cheikhou Kouyate(#8) take part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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Senegalese footballers Salif Sane(#6), Isdrissa Gana Gueye(#5) and Cheikhou Kouyate (#8) take part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 3, 2017 People walk past the art of Robert Indiana titled "The Great American Love (Love Wall)" during a press preview at Sotheby's New York. Robert Indiana, whose rendering of the word 'love' became one of the most iconic artworks of the 1960s and 70s died at age 89 on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION
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Ministerial police officers block the area, during their investigation at the Bugambilias neighborhood in Zapopan municipality, the day after an attack against Secretary of Labour and ex-prosecutor of Jalisco Luis Carlos Najera, in which six other people were also wounded, in downtown Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico, on May 22, 2018. Najera, three other civilians and and three members of the prosecutor's office, were wounded in a shootout in broad daylight while the state official was having lunch at a restaurant. / AFP PHOTO / ULISES RUIZ
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Ministerial police officers carry out an investigation at the Bugambilias neighborhood in Zapopan municipality, the day after an attack against Secretary of Labour and ex-prosecutor of Jalisco Luis Carlos Najera, in which six other people were also wounded, in downtown Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico, on May 22, 2018. Najera, three other civilians and and three members of the prosecutor's office, were wounded in a shootout in broad daylight while the state official was having lunch at a restaurant. / AFP PHOTO / ULISES RUIZ
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Ministerial police officers carry out an investigation at the Bugambilias neighborhood in Zapopan municipality, the day after an attack against Secretary of Labour and ex-prosecutor of Jalisco Luis Carlos Najera, in which six other people were also wounded, in downtown Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico, on May 22, 2018. Najera, three other civilians and and three members of the prosecutor's office, were wounded in a shootout in broad daylight while the state official was having lunch at a restaurant. / AFP PHOTO / ULISES RUIZ
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Ministerial police officers carry out an investigation at the Bugambilias neighborhood in Zapopan municipality, the day after an attack against Secretary of Labour and ex-prosecutor of Jalisco Luis Carlos Najera, in which six other people were also wounded, in downtown Guadalajara, Jalisco State, Mexico, on May 22, 2018. Najera, three other civilians and and three members of the prosecutor's office, were wounded in a shootout in broad daylight while the state official was having lunch at a restaurant. / AFP PHOTO / ULISES RUIZ
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A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on May 22, 2018. A SpaceX rocket blasted off a duo of sports car-sized satellites built by the US and Germany to reveal changes in sea level rise, ice melt and drought on Earth. The USD 521 million payload is called the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-on (GRACE-FO). It picks up from GRACE, a satellite pair that launched in 2002 and tracked, among other things, precisely how much ice was lost each year in Greenland and Antarctica until 2017. / AFP PHOTO / NASA / Bill INGALLS / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / NASA/ Bill INGALLS" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Californiaon May 22, 2018. A SpaceX rocket blasted off a duo of sports car-sized satellites built by the US and Germany to reveal changes in sea level rise, ice melt and drought on Earth. The USD 521 million payload is called the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-on (GRACE-FO). It picks up from GRACE, a satellite pair that launched in 2002 and tracked, among other things, precisely how much ice was lost each year in Greenland and Antarctica until 2017. / AFP PHOTO / NASA / Bill INGALLS / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / NASA/ Bill INGALLS" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Californiaon May 22, 2018. A SpaceX rocket blasted off a duo of sports car-sized satellites built by the US and Germany to reveal changes in sea level rise, ice melt and drought on Earth. The USD 521 million payload is called the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-on (GRACE-FO). It picks up from GRACE, a satellite pair that launched in 2002 and tracked, among other things, precisely how much ice was lost each year in Greenland and Antarctica until 2017. / AFP PHOTO / NASA / Bill INGALLS / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / NASA/ Bill INGALLS" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Brazil's national footballer Danilo, who plays for British team Manchester City, controls the ball during a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
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Picture of the US embassy in Caracas taken on May 22, 2018 after President Nicolas Maduro announced the expulsion of the top two US diplomatic representatives in Venezuela after being officially proclaimed the winner of Sunday's election, while the national flag flies at half-mast in honour of the victims of the shooting at a school in Santa Fe, Texas. Maduro ordered the expulsion of the top two US diplomatic representatives in Venezuela, angrily rejecting economic sanctions imposed by Washington over his re-relection. / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA
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Picture of the US embassy in Caracas taken on May 22, 2018 after President Nicolas Maduro announced the expulsion of the top two US diplomatic representatives in Venezuela after being officially proclaimed the winner of Sunday's election, while the national flag flies at half-mast in honour of the victims of the shooting at a school in Santa Fe, Texas. Maduro ordered the expulsion of the top two US diplomatic representatives in Venezuela, angrily rejecting economic sanctions imposed by Washington over his re-relection. / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA
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Picture of the US embassy in Caracas taken on May 22, 2018 after President Nicolas Maduro announced the expulsion of the top two US diplomatic representatives in Venezuela after being officially proclaimed the winner of Sunday's election, while the national flag flies at half-mast in honour of the victims of the shooting at a school in Santa Fe, Texas. Maduro ordered the expulsion of the top two US diplomatic representatives in Venezuela, angrily rejecting economic sanctions imposed by Washington over his re-relection. / AFP PHOTO / Federico PARRA
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's national footballer Gabriel Jesus, controls the ball during a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's Neymar (L) and Gabriel Jesus attend a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Brazil's national footballer Gabriel Jesus, attends a training session of the national football team ahead of FIFA's 2018 World Cup, at Granja Comary training centre in Teresopolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / MAURO PIMENTEL
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Senegalese footballers Cheikh Ndoye(#11), Cheikhou Kouyate(#8) and Alfred Ndiaye(#13) jog with others as they take part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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Sengalese footballers Idrissa Gana Gueye (L) and his teammate Pape Alioune Ndiaye jog as they take part in a training session at The Diambars Training Camp at Saly some 50kms south of Dakar on May 22, 2018, ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament in Russia. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan attends the launching ceremony of the US-Brazil Security Forum at Itamaraty Palace in Brasilia, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / EVARISTO SA
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US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan (C) attends the launching ceremony of the US-Brazil Security Forum at Itamaraty Palace in Brasilia, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / EVARISTO SA
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US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan (C) attends the launching ceremony of the US-Brazil Security Forum at Itamaraty Palace in Brasilia, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / EVARISTO SA
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US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan (L) and Brazilian Secretary General of Foreign Affairs Marcos Bezerra Galvao shake hands during the launching of the US-Brazil Security Forum at Itamaraty Palace in Brasilia, on May 22, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / EVARISTO SA
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University of Southern California(USC) student Angela Esquivel Hawkins (C) speaks while flanked by attorney Gloria Allred (L) and current USC student Daniella Mohazab (R) at a press conference in Los Angeles, California on May 22, 2018. A lawsuit has been filed against the University of Southern California (USC) on behalf of one of the students and calling on USC to conduct an independent investigation on allegations made by students alleging inappropriate conduct by Doctor George Tyndall, the gynecologist assigned to examine and treat USC students. / AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN
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University of Southern California(USC) student Daniella Mohazab (C) while flanked by attorney Gloria Allred (L) and former USC student Angela Esquivel Hawkinns (R)speaks at a press conference in Los Angeles, California on May 22, 2018. A lawsuit has been filed against the University of Southern California (USC) on behalf of one of the students and calling on USC to conduct an independent investigation on allegations made by students alleging inappropriate conduct by Doctor George Tyndall, the gynecologist assigned to examine and treat USC students. / AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN
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Attorney Gloria Allred (C) speaks while flanked by current University of Southern California(USC) student Daniella Mohazab (L) and former USC student Angela Esquivel Hawkins (R) at a press conference in Los Angeles, California on May 22, 2018. A lawsuit has been filed against the University of Southern California (USC) on behalf of one of the students and calling on USC to conduct an independent investigation on allegations made by students alleging inappropriate conduct by Doctor George Tyndall, the gynecologist assigned to examine and treat USC students. / AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN

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