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US President Donald Trump speaks with reporters while boarding Air Force One at Morristown Airport September 24, 2017 in Morristown, New Jersey. / AFP PHOTO / Brendan Smialowski
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Rescuers search for survivors who still might be buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Rescue workers pick up their tents near the site of a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Rescuers search for survivors who still might be buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Undated picture of Mexican marketing consultant Lucia Zamora, 32, who remained more than 30 hours until rescued buried under the rubble from a building that collapsed completely during the 7.1-magnitude quake five days ago, in Mexico City. Rain falling on her face after long hours trapped in a coffin-like airspace "was the most wonderful feeling of my life," Lucia Zamora, told AFP. / AFP PHOTO / STR
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Rescuers search for survivors possibly buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Rescuers search for survivors possibly buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Handout picture released by Interactive Foundation to Promote Water Culture (FIPCA) showing a group of activists, including two university presidents, making a 20-km march to Lago Escondido (Hidden Lake) on September 24, 2017 in Rio Negro province, southern Argentina as part of the movement to demand free public access to the lake, which is on lands purchased by British businessman Joseph Lewis. Diego Lluma, one of the activists, created a videogame named "Astonishing March to Hidden Lake", to draw more attention to a protest over access to the lake in Argentina's southern Patagonia wilderness region, to help promote support for the movement. / AFP PHOTO / FIPCA / DIEGO LLUMA / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /FIPCA/DIEGO LLUMA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Handout picture released by Interactive Foundation to Promote Water Culture (FIPCA) showing a group of activists, including two university presidents, making a 20-km march to Lago Escondido (Hidden Lake) on September 24, 2017 in Rio Negro province, southern Argentina as part of the movement to demand free public access to the lake, which is on lands purchased by British businessman Joseph Lewis. Diego Lluma, one of the activists, created a videogame named "Astonishing March to Hidden Lake", to draw more attention to a protest over access to the lake in Argentina's southern Patagonia wilderness region, to help promote support for the movement. / AFP PHOTO / FIPCA / DIEGO LLUMA / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /FIPCA/DIEGO LLUMA" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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(FILES) A combo of file photographs shows New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister Bill English (L) speaking to the media during a press conference at Parliament in Wellington on December 5, 2016, leader of the Labour Party Jacinda Ardern (C) posing on the steps at Parliament in Wellington on August 1, 2017 and former New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs Winston Peters (R) addressing a press conference in London on November 29, 2005. New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English said on September 25, 2017 he expects two or three weeks of "tense" negotiations with maverick MP Winston Peters to break the country's general election deadlock. Peters emerged as kingmaker in the September 23 election after English's conservative National Party and the Jacinda Ardern-led Labour both failed to win an outright majority. / AFP PHOTO / Marty MELVILLE AND Carl DE SOUZA
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(FILES) A combo of file photographs shows New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister Bill English (L) speaking to the media during a press conference at Parliament in Wellington on December 5, 2016 and former New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs Winston Peters (R) addressing a press conference in London on November 29, 2005. New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English said on September 25, 2017 he expects two or three weeks of "tense" negotiations with maverick MP Winston Peters to break the country's general election deadlock. Peters emerged as kingmaker in the September 23 election after English's conservative National Party and the Jacinda Ardern-led Labour both failed to win an outright majority. / AFP PHOTO / Marty MELVILLE AND Carl DE SOUZA
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(FILES): This file photo taken on June 04, 2014 shows French actress Gisele Casadesus posing at home in Paris. Giscle Casadesus, the doyenne of French actresses, died Sunday, September 24, 2017, at the age of 103 at her home in Paris, France, her family told AFP. / AFP PHOTO / Eric Feferberg
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(FILES): This file photo taken on June 04, 2014 shows French actress Gisele Casadesus posing at home in Paris. Giscle Casadesus, the doyenne of French actresses, died Sunday, September 24, 2017, at the age of 103 at her home in Paris, France, her family told AFP. / AFP PHOTO / Eric Feferberg
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(FILES) This file photo taken on August 31, 2014 shows French actress Gisele Casadesus and her son, French orchestra conductor Jean-Claude Casadesus, attending the 19th book fair 'La Foret Des Livres' in Chanceaux-pres-Loches, central France. Giscle Casadesus, the doyenne of French actresses, died Sunday, September 24, 2017, at the age of 103 at her home in Paris, France, her family told AFP. / AFP PHOTO / GUILLAUME SOUVANT
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(FILES) This file photo taken on August 31, 2014 shows French actress Giscle Casadesus attending the 19th book fair 'La Foret Des Livres' in Chanceaux-pres-Loches, central France. Giscle Casadesus, thee doyenne of French actresses, died Sunday, September 24, 2017, at the age of 103 at her home in Paris, France, her family told AFP. / AFP PHOTO / GUILLAUME SOUVANT
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A house sits precarioulsy on an area affected by landslides in Corozal, southwest of San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017 following the passage of Hurricane Maria. Rossello called Maria the most devastating storm in a century after it destroyed the US territory's electricity and telecommunications infrastructure. / AFP PHOTO / Ricardo ARDUENGO
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A man wades through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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View of the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Damaged homes amid mudslides from Hurricane Maria are seen in Naranjito, southwest of San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017. Rossello called Maria the most devastating storm in a century after it destroyed the US territory's electricity and telecommunications infrastructure. / AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
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Derrick Green from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Derrick Green from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Derrick Green from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Derrick Green from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Violinist Amon-Ra Lima (L) and Andreas Kisser (R) from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Derrick Green from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Andreas Kisser from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Andreas Kisser from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Derrick Green (L) and Andreas Kisser (R) from Brazilian band Sepultura perform in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Andreas Kisser from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Fans of Brazilian band Sepultura attend their concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Fans of Brazilian band Sepultura attend their concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Fans of Brazilian band Sepultura attend their concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Fans of Brazilian band Sepultura attend their concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Fans of Brazilian band Sepultura attend their concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Heavy Metal guitarist Andreas Kisser from the band Sepultura performs at the Rock in Rio concert at the Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / CARL DE SOUZA
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Heavy Metal guitarist Andreas Kisser from the band Sepultura performs at the Rock in Rio concert at the Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / CARL DE SOUZA
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People affected by the passage of Hurricane Maria survey damages from atop a hill in Naranjito, southwest of San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017. Rossello called Maria the most devastating storm in a century after it destroyed the US territory's electricity and telecommunications infrastructure. / AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMAL
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Fireworks burst before the first concert of the last night of Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Andreas Kisser from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Paulo Jr from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Derrick Green from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Eloy Casagrande from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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Derrick Green from Brazilian band Sepultura performs in concert in the Rock In Rio Festival in the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Webcam girls talk with viewers during the annual 'AdultCon' Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Porn star Celeste Rose (R) poses with Zoey Knight during the annual 'AdultCon' Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Porn star Celeste Rose (R) poses with Zoey Knight during the annual 'AdultCon' Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Fans pose for photos with performers during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Fans pose for photos with performers during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Fans take photos of a performer during the annual 'AdultCon'- Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Japanese porn star Marica poses with a fan during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Japanese porn star Marica poses with a fan during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Porn star Ava Divine poses during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Performers meet with fans during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Performers meet with fans during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Performers meet with fans during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Performers meet with fans during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rossello speaks to the media during a press conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017 following the passage of Hurricane Maria. Rossello called Maria the most devastating storm in a century after it destroyed the US territory's electricity and telecommunications infrastructure. / AFP PHOTO / Ricardo ARDUENGO
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Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rossello speaks to the media during a press conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017 following the passage of Hurricane Maria. Rossello called Maria the most devastating storm in a century after it destroyed the US territory's electricity and telecommunications infrastructure. / AFP PHOTO / Ricardo ARDUENGO
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Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rossello speaks to the media during a press conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017 following the passage of Hurricane Maria. Rossello called Maria the most devastating storm in a century after it destroyed the US territory's electricity and telecommunications infrastructure. / AFP PHOTO / Ricardo ARDUENGO
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Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rossello speaks to the media during a press conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on September 24, 2017 following the passage of Hurricane Maria. Rossello called Maria the most devastating storm in a century after it destroyed the US territory's electricity and telecommunications infrastructure. / AFP PHOTO / Ricardo ARDUENGO
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Performers meet with fans during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three-day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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(FILES): This file photo taken on August 21, 2017 shows Jennifer Lopez attending the 'World of Dance Celebration' in Los Angeles, California. Pop star and actress Jennifer Lopez on September 24, 2017 offered $1 million for Puerto Rico as she helped launch an effort by New York state to support the hurricane-battered US island. Lopez, born in New York City to Puerto Rican parents, said she was donating the money to assorted charities and would work with fellow Latin stars to do more after Hurricane Maria killed at least 33 people in Puerto Rico and Dominica just after the devastation of mega-storm Irma. "This was the strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in nearly 20 years and the damage is horrible," Lopez told a news conference with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. / AFP PHOTO / JEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIX
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Porn star Zoey Knight (R) waits for fans during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three-day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Porn star Zoey Knight (R) waits for fans during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three-day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Porn star Sheridan Love greets a fan during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three-day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Porn star Sheridan Love greets a fan during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three-day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Porn star Sheridan Love greets a fan during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three-day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Fans watch a performer on stage during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three-day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Fans take photos of performers during the annual 'AdultCon' - Adult Entertainment Convention in Los Angeles, California on September 24, 2017. The three-day AdultCon, billed as the number one Porn Star expo in the world, gives fans an opportunity to meet porn stars and others from the adult film industry. / AFP PHOTO / Mark RALSTON
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A volunteer rises a placard to thank the members of the Japanese team who take part in the search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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People follow from afar the search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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People line up to use the restroom at a beauty parlour near a collapsed building in Mexico City on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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People follow from afar the search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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A rescuer takes a break in the search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Spanish ambassador to Mexico, Luis Fernandez-Cid de las Alas Pumarino (C-grey shirt) poses with the Spanish rescue team members during a break in the search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Spanish ambassador to Mexico, Luis Fernandez-Cid de las Alas Pumarino (C-grey shirt) poses with the Spanish rescue team members during a break in the search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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A group of Japanese rescuers hold a ceremony upon ending the day's work in search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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A group of Japanese rescuers hold a ceremony upon ending the day's work in search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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A group of Japanese rescuers hold a ceremony upon ending the day's work in search of survivors still buried under the rubble from a collapsed building in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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Local residents wade through the flooded streets of Arenoso, northeastern Dominican Republic, on September 24, 2017 after the passage of Hurricane Maria. The storm is blamed for 33 deaths, many of them on the tiny and poor island of Dominica and 13 in Puerto Rico. / AFP PHOTO / Erika SANTELICES
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A flattened car is extracted from the rubble of a collapsed building in the Roma Norte neighborhood in Mexico City on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / LUIS PEREZ
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A board with messages of ecouragement at the Roma Norte neighborhood in Mexico City on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / YURI CORTEZ
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General view of the area where inernational rescuers attemp to find alive people trapped under the rubble of a flattened building in the Roma Norte neighborhood in Mexico City on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / YURI CORTEZ
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A billboard with encouraging messages at the Roma Norte neighborhood in Mexico City on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / YURI CORTEZ
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Rescuers dig into the the rubble of a flattened building in front of a billboard offering home living room furniture at the Roma Norte neighborhood in Mexico City on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / YURI CORTEZ
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An Israeli rescuer walks through the rubble of a flattened building in front of a billboard offering home living room furniture at the Roma Norte neighborhood in Mexico City on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / YURI CORTEZ
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, participates in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, participates in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67 (C), who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, participates in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, hugs one of her grandchildren after participating in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, participates in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67 (L), who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, is hegged by her mother Ivette, 86, after participating in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, participates in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, hugs one of her grandchildren after participating in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, participates in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, participates in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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Brazilian Ivonette Balthazar, 67, who was submitted to a heart transplant one year ago, participates in a three-kilometre (1.9-mile) fun run alongside Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 24, 2017. Balthazar got her heart from Stefan Henze, 35, a German Olympic canoeing team coach and winner of silver in the 2004 Athens Olympics, who died in a car accident. The red heart-shaped sigh she wears on her chest reads "I have a transplanted heart". / AFP PHOTO / Mauro PIMENTEL / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY SEBASTIAN SMITH
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump salutes as he steps off Marine One in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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US President Donald Trump speaks to the press at the White House in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2017 upon arrival from his New Jersey golf club. / AFP PHOTO / NICHOLAS KAMM
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Counter-protesters hold up signs while waiting for conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos to arrive at the University of California, Berkeley campus on September 24, 2017. Although a student group cancelled plans for Free Speech Week, Yiannopoulos was able to speak on campus surrounded by a heavy police presence. / AFP PHOTO / Josh Edelson
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Conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos holds up signs to a crowd of supporters on the University of California, Berkeley campus on September 24, 2017. Although a student group cancelled plans for Free Speech Week, Yiannopoulos was able to speak on campus surrounded by a heavy police presence. / AFP PHOTO / Josh Edelson
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Adriana Lopez, a relative of a presumed victim of the quake, watches as the rescuers dig into the debris and rubble from a flattened building in search of survivors in Mexico City on September 22, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Adriana Lopez, a relative of a presumed victim of the quake, watches as the rescuers dig into the debris and rubble from a flattened building in search of survivors in Mexico City on September 22, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / Guillermo Arias
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Roger Walus shouts towards counter-protesters while awaiting conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos' arrival at the University of California, Berkeley campus on September 24, 2017. Although a student group cancelled plans for Free Speech Week, Yiannopoulos was able to speak on campus surrounded by a heavy police presence. / AFP PHOTO / Josh Edelson
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People take part in a tribute to the workers of a textile factory killed in the earthquake, in Mexico City, on September 24, 2017. Hopes of finding more survivors after Mexico City's devastating quake dwindled to virtually nothing on Sunday, five days after the 7.1 tremor rocked the heart of the mega-city, toppling dozens of buildings and killing more than 300 people. / AFP PHOTO / RONALDO SCHEMIDT
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Conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos is escorted to the University of California, Berkeley campus where he is expected to speak to dozens of supporters on September 24, 2017. Although a student group cancelled plans for Free Speech Week, Yiannopoulos was able to speak on campus surrounded by a heavy police presence. / AFP PHOTO / Josh Edelson
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Conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos holds up signs to a crowd of supporters on the University of California, Berkeley campus on September 24, 2017. Although a student group cancelled plans for Free Speech Week, Yiannopoulos was able to speak on campus surrounded by a heavy police presence. / AFP PHOTO / Josh Edelson
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A woman wears gun earrings while waiting for conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at the University of California, Berkeley campus on September 24, 2017. Although a student group cancelled plans for Free Speech Week, Yiannopoulos was able to speak on campus surrounded by a heavy police presence. / AFP PHOTO / Josh Edelson

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