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A screen showing the ATP Cup draw results (background) are seen as Australia's former tennis players (L-R), Pat Rafter, Lleyton Hewitt, John Newcombe and Ken Rosewall attend the event in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis players (L-R), Pat Rafter, Lleyton Hewitt, John Newcombe and Ken Rosewall attend an event for the ATP Cup draws in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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A man walks past a hostel named 'Bollywood' in Mumbai on September 16, 2019. - India's "Bollywood Oscars" will rock Mumbai on September 18 after 19 years on the road with an all singing, all dancing extravaganza -- and with the industry in flux but booming. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
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People walk past a hostel named 'Bollywood' in Mumbai on September 16, 2019. - India's "Bollywood Oscars" will rock Mumbai on September 18 after 19 years on the road with an all singing, all dancing extravaganza -- and with the industry in flux but booming. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
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A pedestrian walks past a mural of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan in Mumbai on September 16, 2019 - India's "Bollywood Oscars" will rock Mumbai on September 18 after 19 years on the road with an all singing, all dancing extravaganza -- and with the industry in flux but booming. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
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Commuters go past a hostel named 'Bollywood' in Mumbai on September 16, 2019. - India's "Bollywood Oscars" will rock Mumbai on September 18 after 19 years on the road with an all singing, all dancing extravaganza -- and with the industry in flux but booming. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
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A man walks past a hostel named 'Bollywood' in Mumbai on September 16, 2019. - India's "Bollywood Oscars" will rock Mumbai on September 18 after 19 years on the road with an all singing, all dancing extravaganza -- and with the industry in flux but booming. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on July 14, 2017 fans wait to watch Bollywood movie stars during IIFA Stomp in the Times Square to kick off the 18th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Festival in New York. - India's "Bollywood Oscars" will rock Mumbai on September 18, 2019 after 19 years on the road with an all singing, all dancing extravaganza -- and with the industry in flux but booming. (Photo by Angela WEISS / AFP) / TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 24, 2018 Thai performers in traditional costume present the opening act during the IIFA Awards of the 19th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) festival at the Siam Niramit Theatre in Bangkok. - India's "Bollywood Oscars" will rock Mumbai on September 18, 2019 after 19 years on the road with an all singing, all dancing extravaganza -- and with the industry in flux but booming. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP) / TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
TO GO WITH 'India-film-Bollywood' FOCUS by Vishal Manve and Bhuvan Bagga
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Medical aid volunteer Dr. Lyonie Pierre (front) and Guenel Drovil organize medical supplies inside cruise ship staterooms aboard the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid before leaving the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, for the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Medical aid volunteer Dr. Lyonie Pierre organizes medical supplies inside cruise ship staterooms aboard the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid before leaving the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, for the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Medical aid volunteers (fromL) Ashton Kike, Cecily Rouser and Kim Leyendecker organize medical supplies inside cruise ship staterooms aboard the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid before leaving the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, for the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Medical aid volunteers Ashton Kike organizes medical supplies inside cruise ship staterooms aboard the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid before leaving the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, for the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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The Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's CEO Oneil Khosa speaks to the press aboard the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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The Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's CEO Oneil Khosa speaks to the press aboard the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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The Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's CEO Oneil Khosa speaks to the press aboard the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Australia's former tennis player Ken Rosewall draws Australia in Group F during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player John Newcombe draws Canada in group F during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player John Newcombe draws Argentina in group E during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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This photo taken on September 15, 2019 shows people singing a patriotic song during an event in Hangzhou in China's eastern Zhejiang province, to celebrate the 70th year of the founding of the People's Republic of China. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT
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This photo taken on September 15, 2019 shows people singing a patriotic song during an event in Hangzhou in China's eastern Zhejiang province, to celebrate the 70th year of the founding of the People's Republic of China. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT
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The Sheep Dog Impact Assistance group prepares their gear before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Graham Brown (C) and other members of the Sheep Dog Impact Assistance group get their gear ready before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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The Sheep Dog Impact Assistance group prepares their gear before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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The Sheep Dog Impact Assistance group prepares their gear before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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The Sheep Dog Impact Assistance group prepares their gear before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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This picture taken on September 8, 2019 shows recent Hong Kong protester "Chris" taking part in a rally and march to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. - Chris, a pseudonym, who graduated recently and started a finance job at a top bank, says says his normally-settled home life while still living with his parents has spun into an "us versus them" conflict. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 8, 2019 shows recent Hong Kong protester "Chris" (R) taking part in a rally and march to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. - Chris, a pseudonym, who graduated recently and started a finance job at a top bank, says says his normally-settled home life while still living with his parents has spun into an "us versus them" conflict. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 8, 2019 shows recent Hong Kong protester "Chris" taking part in a rally and march to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. - Chris, a pseudonym, who graduated recently and started a finance job at a top bank, says says his normally-settled home life while still living with his parents has spun into an "us versus them" conflict. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 8, 2019 shows recent Hong Kong protester "Chris" (L) taking part in a rally and march to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. - Chris, a pseudonym, who graduated recently and started a finance job at a top bank, says says his normally-settled home life while still living with his parents has spun into an "us versus them" conflict. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 8, 2019 shows recent Hong Kong protester "Chris" (C) taking part in a rally and march to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. - Chris, a pseudonym, who graduated recently and started a finance job at a top bank, says says his normally-settled home life while still living with his parents has spun into an "us versus them" conflict. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 8, 2019 shows recent Hong Kong protester "Chris" (R) taking part in a rally and march to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. - Chris, a pseudonym, who graduated recently and started a finance job at a top bank, says says his normally-settled home life while still living with his parents has spun into an "us versus them" conflict. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 6, 2019 shows 24-year-old Hong Kong woman "Jane" posing for a photo following an interview with AFP in Hong Kong. - For weeks, Jane, a pseudonym, lied to her mother about joining Hong Kong's protests -- pretending her rucksack was bulging with books, not supplies -- until the ideological rift between them grew so great she had to move out. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 6, 2019 shows 24-year-old Hong Kong woman "Jane" (R) hugging her girlfriend following an interview with AFP in Hong Kong. - For weeks, Jane, a pseudonym, lied to her mother about joining Hong Kong's protests -- pretending her rucksack was bulging with books, not supplies -- until the ideological rift between them grew so great she had to move out. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 6, 2019 shows 24-year-old Hong Kong woman "Jane" (L) posing for a photo with her girlfriend after an interview with AFP in Hong Kong. - For weeks, Jane, a pseudonym, lied to her mother about joining Hong Kong's protests -- pretending her rucksack was bulging with books, not supplies -- until the ideological rift between them grew so great she had to move out. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 6, 2019 shows 24-year-old Hong Kong woman "Jane" (R) holding hands with her girlfriend following an interview with AFP in Hong Kong. - For weeks, Jane, a pseudonym, lied to her mother about joining Hong Kong's protests -- pretending her rucksack was bulging with books, not supplies -- until the ideological rift between them grew so great she had to move out. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 6, 2019 shows 24-year-old Hong Kong woman "Jane" (R) posing for a photo with her girlfriend after an interview with AFP in Hong Kong. - For weeks, Jane, a pseudonym, lied to her mother about joining Hong Kong's protests -- pretending her rucksack was bulging with books, not supplies -- until the ideological rift between them grew so great she had to move out. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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The Sheep Dog Impact Assistance group prepares their gear before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Bahamas Relief Cruise t-shirts are given to volunteers before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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This picture taken on September 8, 2019 shows recent Hong Kong protester "Chris" (C) taking part in a rally and march to the US Consulate in Hong Kong. - Chris, a pseudonym, who graduated recently and started a finance job at a top bank, says says his normally-settled home life while still living with his parents has spun into an "us versus them" conflict. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 6, 2019 shows 24-year-old Hong Kong woman "Jane" (L) posing with her girlfriend following an interview with AFP in Hong Kong. - For weeks, Jane, a pseudonym, lied to her mother about joining Hong Kong's protests -- pretending her rucksack was bulging with books, not supplies -- until the ideological rift between them grew so great she had to move out. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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This picture taken on September 6, 2019 shows 24-year-old Hong Kong woman "Jane" (R) helping her girlfriend with a helmet following an interview with AFP in Hong Kong. - For weeks, Jane, a pseudonym, lied to her mother about joining Hong Kong's protests -- pretending her rucksack was bulging with books, not supplies -- until the ideological rift between them grew so great she had to move out. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
TO GO WITH HongKong-China-politics-unrest-family,FOCUS by Emma Clark
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Volunteers check-in other volunteers and cruise line staff before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Volunteers check-in other volunteers before boarding the Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid from the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, to the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Australia's former tennis player Pat Rafter draws Georgia in group B during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Pat Rafter draws Georgia in group B during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Pat Rafter draws South Africa in group A during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Pat Rafter draws Belgium in group C during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Pat Rafter draws Italy in group D during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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The Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's MS Grand Celebration, the Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid, is seen moments before leaving the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, headed for the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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Australia's former tennis player Lleyton Hewitt draws the US in group D during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Lleyton Hewitt draws Britain in group C during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Lleyton Hewitt draws Britain in group C during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Lleyton Hewitt draws Greece in group F during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Lleyton Hewitt draws Croatia in group E during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player Lleyton Hewitt draws Croatia in group E during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP) / -- IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE --
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Australia's former tennis player John Newcombe draws France in group A during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP)
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Australia's former tennis player John Newcombe draws France in group A during the draw for the ATP Cup in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP)
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Australia's former tennis player John Newcombe draws Japan during the draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event, in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP)
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Australia's former tennis player John Newcombe draws Japan during the draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event, in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP)
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Australia's former tennis player John Newcombe draws Japan during the draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event, in Sydney on September 16, 2019. - World number one Novak Djokovic will begin his 2020 season in Brisbane, Rafael Nadal in Perth and Roger Federer in Sydney after draw for the ATP Cup, the new world tennis team event. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP)
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US actor Holt McCallany arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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US actor Josh Horowitz arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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US actor Josh Horowitz arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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US actor Holt McCallany arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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Australian actress Anna Torv (L) and US actor Holt McCallany arrive for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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Australian actress Anna Torv (L) and US actor Holt McCallany arrive for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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Australian actress Anna Torv arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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Australian actress Anna Torv arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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Australian actress Anna Torv arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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US actor Holt McCallany arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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US actor Holt McCallany arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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Australian actress Anna Torv arrives for the screening of "Mindhunter" at the 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews at Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by LISA O'CONNOR / AFP)
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AFP Photo Advisory-- September 16, 2019 (AFP) Tel : (+852) 2829 6206 Duty Editor : Tengku Bahar --ASIA-- MUMBAI: International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) CANBERRA: Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama visits HONG KONG: Protests and political developments, as available KASHMIR: Situation as develops PEKANBARU: Situation as forest fires cause haze in region --EUROPE-- ANKARA: Erdogan hosts Russia's Putin, Iran's Rouhani for summit on Syria VIENNA: IAEA, the UN's nuclear watchdog, holds annual conference LISBON: Incumbent PM, opposition chief hold televised debate ahead of parliamentary vote BERLIN: Conservative CDU party holds leadership meeting --MIDEAST-- TUNISIA/IRAN/ISRARL/PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: Situation as develops --AFRICA-- KUTAMA: Tribute to former Zimbabwe resident Robert Mugabe in his native village --AMERICAS-- NEW YORK: US Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren to delivers speech MEXICO: Independence day BAHAMAS: Aftermath of Hurricane Dorian --SPORTS-- FOOTBALL: Italian Serie A - Torino v Lecce RUGBY UNION: Team trainings ahead of World Cup from Japan TENNIS: ATP Cup draw in Sydney (Photo by AFP)
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Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (R) escorts away his Fijian counterpart Frank Bainimarama for a bilateral meeting at Parliament House in Canberra on September 16, 2019. - Bainimarama arrived in Australia for five days of meetings with members of the Fijian community in Sydney and Canberra, as well as a bilateral meeting with Morrison where they are expected to talk trade and investment. (Photo by MICK TSIKAS / POOL / AFP)
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Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (L) and his Fijian counterpart Frank Bainimarama meet school children prior to a bilateral meeting at Parliament House in Canberra on September 16, 2019. - Bainimarama arrived in Australia for five days of meetings with members of the Fijian community in Sydney and Canberra, as well as a bilateral meeting with Morrison where they are expected to talk trade and investment. (Photo by MICK TSIKAS / POOL / AFP)
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Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (L) invites his Fijian counterpart Frank Bainimarama to sign a visitors book prior to a bilateral meeting at Parliament House in Canberra on September 16, 2019. - Bainimarama arrived in Australia for five days of meetings with members of the Fijian community in Sydney and Canberra, as well as a bilateral meeting with Morrison where they are expected to talk trade and investment. (Photo by MICK TSIKAS / POOL / AFP)
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Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (R) shakes hands with his Fijian counterpart Frank Bainimarama prior to a bilateral meeting at Parliament House in Canberra on September 16, 2019. - Bainimarama arrived in Australia for five days of meetings with members of the Fijian community in Sydney and Canberra, as well as a bilateral meeting with Morrison where they are expected to talk trade and investment. (Photo by MICK TSIKAS / POOL / AFP)
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Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (R) shakes hands with his Fijian counterpart Frank Bainimarama prior to a bilateral meeting at Parliament House in Canberra on September 16, 2019. - Bainimarama arrived in Australia for five days of meetings with members of the Fijian community in Sydney and Canberra, as well as a bilateral meeting with Morrison where they are expected to talk trade and investment. (Photo by MICK TSIKAS / POOL / AFP)
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Ireland's Bundee Aki (C) and teammates attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's CJ Stander (C) and teammates attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's players attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Conor Murray (C) and teammates attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Jacob Stockdale (R) and teammates attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Tadhg Beirne (C) and teammates attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Jack Carty (C) and teammates attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Andrew Porter (R) attends a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Rhys Ruddock attends a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Rhys Ruddock attends a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Jack Carty (C) looks on during a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Dave Kilcoyne attends a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Chris Farrell (sitting, centre L) and CJ Stander (R) attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Dave Kilcoyne (front L) attends a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's Jacob Stockdale (C) and teamates attend a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 1, 2001 US musician Ric Ocasek arrives with wife Paulina Porizkova for the "MTV20: Live and Almost Legal" in New York. - Ric Ocasek, frontman and lead singer of New Wave innovators The Cars, was found dead on September 15, 2019, police said. Under Ocasek's leadership, The Cars brought quirky electronic effects of New Wave to classically structured pop songs, generating a string of hits such as "You Might Think," "Shake It Up," and "Drive" in the 1980s. (Photo by DOUG KANTER / AFP)
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The Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid, is seen moments before leaving the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, headed for the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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The Bahama Paradise Cruise Line's Bahamas Relief Cruise, carrying volunteers and aid, is seen moments before leaving the Port of Palm Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida, headed for the Bahamas on September 16, 2019. - Tropical storm Humberto gained strength on September 15 and was expected to return to hurricane force by evening, but its track now puts it far from the Bahamas and the US coast, the US National Hurricane Center said. As of midday, Humberto was 180 miles (290 kilometers) northwest of Great Abaco Island, which was devastated two weeks ago by the passage of Hurricane Dorian, and 165 miles northeast of Cape Canaveral, Florida, the NHC said in an update at 15H00 GMT. (Photo by Zak BENNETT / AFP)
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(FILES) This file photo taken on September 19, 2018 shows visitors looking at an exhibiton area at the "Premiere Vision Paris", a fair dedicated to the industries supplying materials and services for the fashion and luxury industries, at the Parc des Expositions convention centre in Villepinte, north of Paris. - The "Premiere Vision Paris" will take place from September 17 till 19, 2019. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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(FILES) This file photo taken on September 19, 2018 shows people siting at an exhibiton areas at the "Premiere Vision Paris", a fair dedicated to the industries supplying materials and services for the fashion and luxury industries, at the Parc des Expositions convention centre in Villepinte, north of Paris. - The "Premiere Vision Paris" will take place from September 17 till 19, 2019. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
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(FILES) This file photo taken on September 19, 2018 shows an exhibition area at the "Premiere Vision Paris", a fair dedicated to the industries supplying materials and services for the fashion and luxury industries, at the Parc des Expositions convention centre in Villepinte, north of Paris. - The "Premiere Vision Paris" will take place from September 17 till 19, 2019. (Photo by JACQUES DEMARTHON / AFP)
TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Olga NEDBAEVA
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Ireland's Conor Murray (C) attends a gym training session with teammates at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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Ireland's James Ryan (bottom C) is assisted by a team physiotherapist with stretching exercises during a gym training session at the Ichihara Suporeka Park in Ichihara on September 16, 2019, ahead of the 2019 Rugby Union World Cup which begins on September 20. (Photo by CHARLY TRIBALLEAU / AFP)
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A person holds a toy depicting Mexico's President Manuel Lopez Obrador at the Zocalo square during ceremonies called "The Shout" (El Grito) marking the start of celebrations of Independence Day in Mexico City on September 15, 2019. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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People gather at the Zocalo square during ceremonies called "The Shout" (El Grito) marking the start of celebrations of Independence Day in Mexico City on September 15, 2019. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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People gather at the Zocalo square during ceremonies called "The Shout" (El Grito) marking the start of celebrations of Independence Day in Mexico City on September 15, 2019. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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People gather at the Zocalo square during ceremonies called "The Shout" (El Grito) marking the start of celebrations of Independence Day in Mexico City on September 15, 2019. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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People gather at the Zocalo square during ceremonies called "The Shout" (El Grito) marking the start of celebrations of Independence Day in Mexico City on September 15, 2019. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO and PEDRO PARDO / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 12, 2019 a pump jack at an oil extraction site is pictured in Cotulla, Texas. - President Donald Trump announced on September 15, 2019 that he has authorized the release of oil from US strategic reserves after drone attacks cut Saudi Arabia's crude production by half. (Photo by Loren ELLIOTT / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 11, 2019 a refinery near the Corpus Christi Ship Channel is pictured in Corpus Christi, Texas. - President Donald Trump announced on September 15, 2019 that he has authorized the release of oil from US strategic reserves after drone attacks cut Saudi Arabia's crude production by half. (Photo by Loren ELLIOTT / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on April 9, 2019 a child pumps gas for his father at a gas station in Los Angeles, as southern California gas prices, already the highest in the nation, continue to rise. - President Donald Trump announced on September 15, 2019 that he has authorized the release of oil from US strategic reserves after drone attacks cut Saudi Arabia's crude production by half. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP)
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A woman walks past a Volkswagen Beetle in Addis Ababa on September 2, 2019. - Love for the Beetle in Ethiopia goes back decades and is rooted in both economics and nostalgia. Volkswagen is hoping to capitalise on this goodwill. In January, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ethiopian government to set up a domestic auto industry, including an assembly plant. (Photo by MICHAEL TEWELDE / AFP)
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Ethiopian painter Robel Wolde, 25, sits inside his pimped Volkswagen Beetle, in Addis Ababa on September 2, 2019. - Love for the Beetle in Ethiopia goes back decades and is rooted in both economics and nostalgia. Volkswagen is hoping to capitalise on this goodwill. In January, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ethiopian government to set up a domestic auto industry, including an assembly plant. (Photo by MICHAEL TEWELDE / AFP)
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Ethiopian painter Robel Wolde, 25, poses in front of his pimped Volkswagen Beetle during an interview with AFP, in Addis Ababa on September 2, 2019. - Love for the Beetle in Ethiopia goes back decades and is rooted in both economics and nostalgia. Volkswagen is hoping to capitalise on this goodwill. In January, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ethiopian government to set up a domestic auto industry, including an assembly plant. (Photo by MICHAEL TEWELDE / AFP)
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Ethiopian mechanic Kaleb Teshome, 29, poses in front of his pimped Volkswagen Beetle during an interview with AFP, in Addis Ababa on September 2, 2019. - Love for the Beetle in Ethiopia goes back decades and is rooted in both economics and nostalgia. Volkswagen is hoping to capitalise on this goodwill. In January, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ethiopian government to set up a domestic auto industry, including an assembly plant. (Photo by MICHAEL TEWELDE / AFP)
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Elias Wondimagegn sits inside his Volkswagen Beetle car while the lettering on the window reads 'I love my Volkswagen, don't touch my car', in Addis Ababa on September 2, 2019. - Love for the Beetle in Ethiopia goes back decades and is rooted in both economics and nostalgia. Volkswagen is hoping to capitalise on this goodwill. In January, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ethiopian government to set up a domestic auto industry, including an assembly plant. (Photo by MICHAEL TEWELDE / AFP)
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Elias Wondimagegn drives his Volkswagen Beetle in Addis Ababa on September 2, 2019. - Love for the Beetle in Ethiopia goes back decades and is rooted in both economics and nostalgia. Volkswagen is hoping to capitalise on this goodwill. In January, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ethiopian government to set up a domestic auto industry, including an assembly plant. (Photo by MICHAEL TEWELDE / AFP)
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Elias Wondimagegn sits inside his Volkswagen Beetle car while the lettering on the window reads 'I love my Volkswagen, don't touch my car', in Addis Ababa on September 2, 2019. - Love for the Beetle in Ethiopia goes back decades and is rooted in both economics and nostalgia. Volkswagen is hoping to capitalise on this goodwill. In January, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ethiopian government to set up a domestic auto industry, including an assembly plant. (Photo by MICHAEL TEWELDE / AFP)
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Rescuers work at the site where a plane crashed at the Junin neighborhood in Popayan, southwestern Colombia, on September 15, 2019. - At least seven people were killed and another three injured when a small plane crashed in southwestern Colombia on Sunday, a firefighter said. (Photo by LUIS ROBAYO / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on September 12, 2019 US President Donald Trump speaks to the media prior to departing on Marine One from the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, as he travels to speak at the 2019 House Republican Conference Member Retreat Dinner in Baltimore, Maryland. - President Donald Trump said on September 15, 2019 that the US is "locked and loaded" to respond to an attack on Saudi oil infrastructure that Washington has blamed on Iran. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on September 7, 2019 Bianca Andreescu of Canada poses with the trophy after she defeated Serena Williams of the US in the Women's Singles Finals match of the 2019 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York. - Bianca Andreescu, who beat Serena Williams in the US Open final to become Canada's first Grand Slam singles champion, was honoured with a rally in her hometown on September 15. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 25, 2019 Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (L) and US President Donald Trump speak during a bilateral meeting in Biarritz, south-west France on the third day of the annual G7 Summit. - President Donald Trump will join Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a massive gathering of Indian-Americans in Houston, the White House said on September 15, 2019, in a symbolic show of the bond between the two leaders and countries. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP)
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A 1931 Plymouth PA Coupe car with its hood ornament is displayed at the 'Cruz'n for Roses' Hot Rod and Classic Car Show in Pasadena, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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Cars are displayed at the 'Cruz'n for Roses' Hot Rod and Classic Car Show in Pasadena, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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A 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air is displayed at the 'Cruz'n for Roses' Hot Rod and Classic Car Show in Pasadena, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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View of the site where a plane crashed at the Junin neighborhood in Popayan, southwestern Colombia, on September 15, 2019. - At least seven people were killed and another three injured when a small plane crashed in southwestern Colombia on Sunday, a firefighter said. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)
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A 1936 Chevrolet Master Deluxe car (L) is displayed at the 'Cruz'n for Roses' Hot Rod and Classic Car Show in Pasadena, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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A 1936 Chevrolet Master Deluxe car is displayed at the 'Cruz'n for Roses' Hot Rod and Classic Car Show in Pasadena, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)
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A 1936 Chevrolet Master Deluxe car is displayed at the 'Cruz'n for Roses' Hot Rod and Classic Car Show in Pasadena, California, on September 15, 2019. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP)

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