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Ross Taylor of New Zealand leads the team off the field during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017 / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Shimron Hetmyer of the West Indies throws his bat as he is dismissed during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Shimron Hetmyer of the West Indies throws his bat as he is dismissed during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Miguel Cummins of the West Indies looks to field off his own bowling during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Trent Boult of New Zealand celebrates the wicket of West Indies' Kieran Powell during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017 / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Trent Boult of New Zealand celebrates the wicket of West Indies' Kieran Powell during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017 / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Trent Boult of New Zealand bowls during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) is received by Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj during his arrival for a meeting in New Delhi on December 11, 2017. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov are in the Indian capital to meet their Indian counterpart in a trilateral meeting. / AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH SINGH
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) is received by Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj during his arrival for a meeting in New Delhi on December 11, 2017. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov are in the Indian capital to meet their Indian counterpart in a trilateral meeting. / AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH SINGH
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) is received by Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj during his arrival for a meeting in New Delhi on December 11, 2017. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov are in the Indian capital to meet their Indian counterpart in a trilateral meeting. / AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH SINGH
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) is received by Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj during his arrival for a meeting in New Delhi on December 11, 2017. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov are in the Indian capital to meet their Indian counterpart in a trilateral meeting. / AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH SINGH
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) shakes hands with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj prior to a meeting in New Delhi on December 11, 2017. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov are in the Indian capital to meet their Indian counterpart in a trilateral meeting. / AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH SINGH
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) shakes hands with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj prior to a meeting in New Delhi on December 11, 2017. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov are in the Indian capital to meet their Indian counterpart in a trilateral meeting. / AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH SINGH
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) shakes hands with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj prior to a meeting in New Delhi on December 11, 2017. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov are in the Indian capital to meet their Indian counterpart in a trilateral meeting. / AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH SINGH
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China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) shakes hands with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj prior to a meeting in New Delhi on December 11, 2017. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov are in the Indian capital to meet their Indian counterpart in a trilateral meeting. / AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH SINGH
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This photo taken on December 10, 2017 shows people enjoying hotpot meals while dining in a hot spring pool in Hangzhou in China's eastern Zhejiang province. / AFP PHOTO / - / China OUT
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This photo taken on December 10, 2017 shows a staff member pouring jujubes or red dates into a hot spring as diners in the pool enjoy hotpot meals in Hangzhou in China's eastern Zhejiang province. / AFP PHOTO / - / China OUT
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Colin de Grandhomme of New Zealand is dismissed during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Ross Taylor (R) of New Zealand bats watched by the West Indies Shane Dowrich (L) during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017 / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Ross Taylor of New Zealand bats during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Ross Taylor (R) and Neil Wagner (L) of New Zealand run between the wickets during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Neil Wagner of New Zealand bats during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Neil Wagner (R) of New Zealand is dismissed during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017 / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Neil Wagner (R) of New Zealand is dismissed during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Ross Taylor of New Zealand celebrates his century during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017 / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Workers of the Mexican state-owned oil company Pemex and local firefighters work to control a fire believed to have started in a pipeline due to fuel-theft activity in the community of San Agustin del Maiz, in Cuitzeo, Michoacan state, Mexico, on December 10, 2017. Fuel theft is becoming more common every year in Mexico as drug cartels and other gangs diversify their illegal activities. Thousands of illegal taps were discovered in pipelines in recent years. Illegal taps have caused environmental disasters and deaths in the past. / AFP PHOTO / ENRIQUE CASTRO
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Ross Taylor of New Zealand celebrates his century during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike (R) delivers a speech beside State Minister in charge of Tokyo Olympics Shunichi Suzuki (L) during the fifth meeting of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / TORU YAMANAKA
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Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike (2nd L) delivers a speech as IOC Vice President John Coates (R), Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori (2nd R), Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto (3rd R), and State Minister in charge of Tokyo Olympics Shunichi Suzuki (L) look on during the fith meeting of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / TORU YAMANAKA
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Vice President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) John Coates (R) chats with Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike (L) during the fifth meeting of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / TORU YAMANAKA
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Vice President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) John Coates (R) smiles as he delivers a speech beside Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori (L) during the fifth meeting of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / TORU YAMANAKA
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Vice President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) John Coates (R) shakes hands with Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori (L) during the fifth meeting of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / TORU YAMANAKA
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Residents of Saint-Barthelemy gather to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Jose ROMERO AND Helene Valenzuela
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(L-R) The President of the Federation of Saint-Barthelemy Bruno Magras, President of the Collectivite of St. Martin Daniel Gibbs and Saint-Barthelemy Prefect Anne Laubies join residents of Saint-Barthelemy to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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President of the Federation of Saint-Barthelemy Bruno Magras (L) and the Prefect Anne Laubies join residents of Saint-Barthelemy to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Jose ROMERO AND Helene Valenzuela
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President of the Federation of Saint-Barthelemy Bruno Magras joins residents of Saint-Barthelemy to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Residents of Saint-Barthelemy gather to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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The residents of Saint-Barthelemy pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde (L) listens to Benin Minister of Finance Romuald Wadagni upon her arrival in Cotonou on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / YANICK FOLLY
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows an inmate (R) receiving a family visit in the canteen of a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 9, 2016 shows recaptured inmates, who escaped from a drug rehabilitation centre, being escorted by police back to their rehab centre in the in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau following a mass breakout. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / STR / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on October 27, 2017 shows a drug addict (L) injecting heroin into his body at a public park in downtown Hanoi. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows Nguyen Dinh Hoa, director of a local drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong, speaking during an interview with AFP. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates eating lunch in the dining hall of a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates walking to the dining hall for lunch inside a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates preparing lunch in the dining hall of a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows a building section (background) where inmates are subjected to initial cold turkey withdrawal treatment, as medical staff walk in the courtyard of a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates lying on the floor of a locked room where they are subjected to an initial period of cold turkey withdrawal, inside a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates lying on the floor of a locked room where they are subjected to an initial period of cold turkey withdrawal, inside a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows an inmate leaving a temple inside the compounds of a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows a group of inmates followed by their supervisors (R) as they walk back to their dormitory ahead of lunchtime at a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows two inmates sitting the door of their dormitory before lunchtime inside a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows two inmates playing Chinese chess in a dormitory before lunchtime inside a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates sitting on thier bunk beds in a dormitory before lunchtime inside a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows an inmate sitting on his bunk bed in a dormitory before lunchtime inside a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates walking at a fruit garden inside the compounds of a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates sewing shoes at a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows an inmate putting out fodder for buffalo and deer at a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates working on agricultural land at a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates working on agricultural land at a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows a supervisor (C) looking on as inmates work on agricultural land at a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows inmates working on agricultural land at a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows an inmate tending to a vegetable garden at a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 2, 2017 shows recovering drug addicts leaving after taking their daily dose of methadone at a treatment clinic in the northern city of Bac Giang. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 2, 2017 shows staff handing a dose of methadone to a recovering drug addict at a treatment clinic in the northern city of Bac Giang. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 2, 2017 shows a recovering drug addict arriving for his daily dose of methadone at a treatment clinic in the northern city of Bac Giang. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on October 23, 2017 shows roadside signage warning on the dangers of drug addiction at a village in the outskirts of Hanoi. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on October 23, 2017 shows a farmer pushing his loaded bicycle past signage warning on the dangers of drug addiction at a village in the outskirts of Hanoi. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 9, 2016 shows recaptured inmates, who escaped from a drug rehabilitation centre, being escorted by police back to their rehab centre in the in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau following a mass breakout. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / STR / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 16, 2017 shows an inmates looking on from the bars of a locked dormitory as he is subjected to an initial period of cold turkey withdrawal, inside a drug rehabilitation centre in the northern city of Hai Phong. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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This picture taken on November 2, 2017 shows a recovering drug addict taking his daily dose of methadone at a treatment clinic in the northern city of Bac Giang. During four years of compulsory rehab in Vietnam, Trung spent his drug-free days gluing together false eyelashes as part of what authorities billed as valuable 'work therapy' for his heroin addiction. But critics say the work of Trung and tens of thousands of others is tantamount to forced labour that rarely helps users extinguish their addiction. / AFP PHOTO / HOANG DINH NAM / TO GO WITH AFP STORY VIETNAM-HEALTH-DRUGS-ADDICTION-RIGHTS,FEATURE BY TRAN THI MINH HA AND JENNY VAUGHAN
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Tigres Chilean player Eduardo Vargas celebrates his victory with Tigres coach Ricardo Ferreti after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Tigres French player Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates his victory after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Tigres's Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates with the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres's Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates with the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres's Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates with the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres's Andre Pierre Gignac (L) and Javier Aquino (R) celebrates with the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres's Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres's Damian Alvarez kisses the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres players celebrate the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football finalmatch at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres players celebrate the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football finalmatch at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres players celebrate the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football finalmatch at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres's Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates with the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres's Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates with the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres's Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates with the trophy after defeating Monterrey during their Mexican Apertura 2017 tournament football final match at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Mexico. On December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Julio Cesar AGUILAR
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Tigres' French player Andre Pierre Gignac (L) and Chilean player Eduardo Vargas celebrate with the trophy after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match, against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Tigres' French player Andre Pierre Gignac holds the trophy after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match, against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Residents of Saint-Barthelemy gather to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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The residents of Saint-Barthelemy pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Tigres' Chilean player Eduardo Vargas celebrates with the trophy after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match, against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Boca Juniors' Colombian midfielder Wilmar Barrios (front) celebrates after scoring a goal against Estudiantes during their Argentina First Division Superliga football match at Centenario stadium, in Quilmes southeast Buenos Aires, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALEJANDRO PAGNI
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Tigres' Chilean player Eduardo Vargas celebrates with the trophy after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match, against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Boca Juniors' Colombian midfielder Wilmar Barrios (front) celebrates after scoring a goal against Estudiantes during their Argentina First Division Superliga football match at Centenario stadium, in Quilmes southeast Buenos Aires, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALEJANDRO PAGNI
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Boca Juniors' Colombian midfielder Wilmar Barrios (front) celebrates after scoring a goal against Estudiantes during their Argentina First Division Superliga football match at Centenario stadium, in Quilmes southeast Buenos Aires, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALEJANDRO PAGNI
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Boca Juniors' Colombian midfielder Wilmar Barrios (front) celebrates after scoring a goal against Estudiantes during their Argentina First Division Superliga football match at Centenario stadium, in Quilmes southeast Buenos Aires, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALEJANDRO PAGNI
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Penarol players celebrate after winning their 2017 Uruguayan Championship final match against Defensor, at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Children are seen during the Christmas parade in Panama City on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
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Young people dance during the Christmas parade in Panama City on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
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Young people dance during the Christmas parade in Panama City on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
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Young people take part in the Christmas parade in Panama City on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
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Young people take part in the Christmas parade in Panama City on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
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Young people take part in the Christmas parade in Panama City on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUA
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Tigres French player Andre Pierre Gignac celebrates his victory with his family, after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Tigres French player Andre Pierre Gignac, celebrates his victory with his family, after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Tigres French player Andre Pierre Gignac, celebrates his victory with his family, after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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The casket of French music icon Johnny Hallyday as residents of Saint-Barthelemy pay a last tribute before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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The casket of French music icon Johnny Hallyday as residents of Saint-Barthelemy pay a last tribute before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Residents of Saint-Barthelemy gather to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Residents of Saint-Barthelemy gather to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Residents of Saint-Barthelemy gather to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Residents of Saint-Barthelemy gather to pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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The residents of Saint-Barthelemy pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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The residents of Saint-Barthelemy pay a last tribute to French music icon Johnny Hallyday before his burial during the public wake at the Saint John Funeral Home on December 10, 2017. Hallyday, who died on December 6, aged 74, after a battle with lung cancer, plunging the country into mourning for a national treasure whose soft rock lit up the lives of three generations, will be buried in Saint-Barthelemy during a private ceremony, after a plane transporting his coffin landed on the island on December 10. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Penarol players celebrate after winning their 2017 Uruguayan Championship final match against Defensor, at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Penarol players celebrate after winning their 2017 Uruguayan Championship final match against Defensor, at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Penarol players celebrate after winning their 2017 Uruguayan Championship final match against Defensor, at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Penarol players celebrate after winning their 2017 Uruguayan Championship final match against Defensor, at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Penarol players celebrate after winning their 2017 Uruguayan Championship final match against Defensor, at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo, on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MIGUEL ROJO
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Raymon Reifer of the West Indies fields off his own bowling during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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Mitchell Santner of New Zealand bats during day three of the second Test cricket match between New Zealand and the West Indies at Seddon Park in Hamilton on December 11, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / MICHAEL BRADLEY
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The president of Honduras' Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), David Matamoros shows the results of the recount of votes during a press conference in Tegucigalpa on December 10, 2017. Honduras's President Juan Orlando Hernandez maintained his lead in disputed election results after a partial recount, the head of the electoral tribunal said on Sunday. An official winner of the November 26 election has still not been announced, and the small Central American nation of 10 million has been mired in uncertainty since the vote. "The result is consistent" with that which previously put Hernandez ahead by 1.6 percent, David Matamoros, the president of the tribunal, said following the recount of 4,753 ballot boxes. / AFP PHOTO / ORLANDO SIERRA
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Reinaldo Sanchez Rivera (C), the president of the ruling National party delivers a press message in Tegucigalpa on December 10, 2017. Honduras's President Juan Orlando Hernandez maintained his lead in disputed election results after a partial recount, the head of the electoral tribunal said on Sunday. An official winner of the November 26 election has still not been announced, and the small Central American nation of 10 million has been mired in uncertainty since the vote. "The result is consistent" with that which previously put Hernandez ahead by 1.6 percent, David Matamoros, the president of the tribunal, said following the recount of 4,753 votes. / AFP PHOTO / ORLANDO SIERRA
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Reinaldo Sanchez Rivera (C), the president of the ruling National party delivers a press message in Tegucigalpa on December 10, 2017. Honduras's President Juan Orlando Hernandez maintained his lead in disputed election results after a partial recount, the head of the electoral tribunal said on Sunday. An official winner of the November 26 election has still not been announced, and the small Central American nation of 10 million has been mired in uncertainty since the vote. "The result is consistent" with that which previously put Hernandez ahead by 1.6 percent, David Matamoros, the president of the tribunal, said following the recount of 4,753 votes. / AFP PHOTO / ORLANDO SIERRA
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Tigres players celebrate their victory as they rise the trophy, after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Tigres players celebrate their victory as they rise the trophy, after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Tigres players celebrate their victory as they rise the trophy, after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA
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Tigres players celebrate their victory as they rise the trophy, after winning the Mexican Apertura 2017 football tournament final match against Monterrey, at the BBVA Bancomer stadium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 10, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / ALFREDO ESTRELLA

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