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The sun sets behind fire ravaged trees in Toro Canyon, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Trees burn amid burning embers in Toro Canyon, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Trees burn amid burnig embers in Toro Canyon, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Firefighters watch as fires burn across Romero Canyon hillside in Montecito, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Fires burn across Romero Canyon hillside in Montecito, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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A firefughter watches as fire erupts across a Romero Canyon hillside in Montecito, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Fire erupts across a Romero Canyon hillside in Montecito, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Firefighters watch as a fire erupts across a Romero Canyon hillside in Montecito, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Firefighters watch as a fire erupts across a Romero Canyon hillside in Montecito, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Yemenis check the site of air strikes at a Huthi-run detention centre in the capital Sanaa on December 13, 2017. Saudi-led air strikes on a prison camp run by the Huthi rebels in Yemen killed 12 people and wounded 80, the rebels' Al-Masirah TV reported. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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Fire rages a Romero Canyon hillside in Montecito, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Fire rages across a Romero Canyon hillside in Montecito, California, north of Santa Barbara on December 12, 2017. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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The remains of fire damaged vehicles remain outside a home in the hills of Toro Canyon north of Santa Barbara, California on December 12, 2017 as firefighters continue to battle the Thomas Fire in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties where over 230,000 acres have burned. Crews battling wildfires ravaging southern California for a week have managed to slow the spread of the worst of the blazes, officials said, as residents were taking stock of the catastrophic damage. The biggest 'Thomas' fire has charred nearly 95,000 hectares (234,000 acres) of land and is only 20 percent contained, according to the state agency. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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Pope Francis sits next to Vatican archbishop Georg Ganswein during his weekly general audience at the Paul VI audience hall on December 13, 2017 at the Vatican. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis stands next to Vatican archbishop Georg Ganswein as he says a blessing during his weekly general audience at the Paul VI audience hall on December 13, 2017 at the Vatican. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel and German Vice Chancellor and Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel take their seats at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel gestures at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks on at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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Pope Francis arrives for his weekly general audience at the Paul VI audience hall on December 13, 2017 at the Vatican. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis arrives for his weekly general audience at the Paul VI audience hall on December 13, 2017 at the Vatican. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis holds a child as he arrives for his weekly general audience at the Paul VI audience hall on December 13, 2017 at the Vatican. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Activists hold a protest at the gate of the House of Representatives denouncing the Congress move to extend Martial Law in Mindanao in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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Activists hold a protest at the gate of the House of Representatives denouncing the Congress move to extend Martial Law in Mindanao in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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Activists hold a protest at the gate of the House of Representatives denouncing the Congress move to extend Martial Law in Mindanao in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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Activists hold a protest at the gate of the House of Representatives denouncing the Congress move to extend Martial Law in Mindanao in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald dela Rosa attends the deliberations to extend Martial Law in Mindanao at the session hall of the House of Representatives in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald dela Rosa attends the deliberations to extend Martial Law in Mindanao at the session hall of the House of Representatives in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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Former First Lady and congresswoman Imelda Marcos attends the deliberations to extend Martial Law in Mindanao at the session hall of the House of Representatives in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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Senate President Aquilino Pimentel (L) and House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez (C) chats during the during the deliberations to extend Martial Law in Mindanao at the session hall of the House of Representatives in Manila on December 13, 2017. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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A congressman gives a thumbs down as he votes against the extension of Martial Law in MIndanao at the session hall of the House of Representatives in Manila on December 13, 2017, during the deliberations to extend Martial Law in Mindanao. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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A congressman gives a thumbs up as he votes for the extension of Martial Law in MIndanao at the session hall of the House of Representatives in Manila on December 13, 2017, during the deliberations to extend Martial Law in Mindanao. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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A general shot shows the session hall of the House of Representatives in Manila on December 13, 2017, during the deliberations to extend Martial Law in Mindanao. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte won martial law powers across the southern third of the country for one more year to combat Islamic militants and leftist rebels, as Congress brushed aside fears of a looming dictatorship. / AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELIS
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel gestures at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel gestures at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel holds documents as she takes her seat at the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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Pope Francis arrives for his weekly general audience at the Paul VI audience hall on December 13, 2017 at the Vatican. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis smiles as he arrives for his weekly general audience at the Paul VI audience hall on December 13, 2017 at the Vatican. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis smiles as he arrives for his weekly general audience at the Paul VI audience hall on December 13, 2017 at the Vatican. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Yemenis check the site of air strikes at a Huthi-run detention centre in the capital Sanaa on December 13, 2017. Saudi-led air strikes on a prison camp run by the Huthi rebels in Yemen killed 12 people and wounded 80, the rebels' Al-Masirah TV reported. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives for the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel smiles as she arrives for the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Yemenis check the site of air strikes at a Huthi-run detention centre in the capital Sanaa on December 13, 2017. Saudi-led air strikes on a prison camp run by the Huthi rebels in Yemen killed 12 people and wounded 80, the rebels' Al-Masirah TV reported. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Yemeni Huthis carry the body of a man killed by air strikes at a detention centre in the capital Sanaa on December 13, 2017. Saudi-led air strikes on a prison camp run by the Huthi rebels in Yemen killed 12 people and wounded 80, the rebels' Al-Masirah TV reported. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Yemeni Huthis gather around the body of a man killed by air strikes at a detention centre in the capital Sanaa on December 13, 2017. Saudi-led air strikes on a prison camp run by the Huthi rebels in Yemen killed 12 people and wounded 80, the rebels' Al-Masirah TV reported. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel smiles as she arrives for the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ
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(FILES) This file photo taken on September 4, 2017 shows in Paris shows a view of the headquarters of French state-run television group "France Televisions" group operating France 2, France 3, France 4, France O and France Info channels. A day after journalists at France Televisions national editorial boards approved on December 12, 2017 with 84 percent of voters, a motion of no confidence against the president of the group Delphine Ernotte, a 24h strike was underway at the group on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / LUDOVIC MARIN
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Yemeni Huthis carry the body of a man killed by air strikes at a detention centre in the capital Sanaa on December 13, 2017. Saudi-led air strikes on a prison camp run by the Huthi rebels in Yemen killed 12 people and wounded 80, the rebels' Al-Masirah TV reported. / AFP PHOTO / Mohammed HUWAIS
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AFP Photo Advisory - PART II-- December 13, 2017 (AFP)Tel: (+33) 140 41 48 94Duty Editor: AV --AMERICAS-- WASHINGTON: - Hearing at House Judiciary Committee on oversight of the Justice Department's investigation of Russia's interference - Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen holds a news conference after a Federal Open Market Committee meeting - National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. McMaster delivers keynote address at the National Press Club - US First Lady Melania Trump visits Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling to box toys for the Marine Corps 'Toys for Tots' Campaign ALABAMA: Election aftermath after Democrat Doug Jones wins US Senate race NEW YORK: - FIFA trial at Brooklyn Federal Court - Premiere of "Molly's Game" LOS ANGELES: - Premiere of "Father Figures" - SAG Awards nominations announcement - actor Dwayne Johnson gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame HONDURAS: Follow-up of post-election results situation ECUADOR: Court to announce sentence for ex-Ecuador VP Jorge Glas in Odebrecht case --SPORTS-- OLYMPICS: IOC - Tokyo 2020 joint press conference from Tokyo BOXING: WBO Welterweight World Title fight - Jeff Horn (AUS) vs Gary Corcoran (GBR) CRICKET: India v Sri Lanka at Mohali, 2nd ODI FOOTBALL: Sudamericana Cup final, Flamengo (BRA) v Independiente (ARG) FOOTBALL: FIFA Club World Cup 2017 semi-final Real Madrid vs Al-Jazira in Abu Dhabi FOOTBALL: Germany Bundesliga Bayern Munich v Cologne, Schalke v Augsburg, Leverkusen v Werder Bremen FOOTBALL: England Premier League Swansea v Man City, Liverpool v West Brom, Man Utd v Bournemouth, Tottenham v Brighton, West Ham v Arsenal FOOTBALL: France, Coupe de la Ligue, Rennes v Marseille, Lille v Nice, Strasbourg v Paris SG, Amiens v Tours HANDBALL: Women World Championships in Germany, quarterfinals Netherlands v Czech Republic, Norway v Russia SNOWBOARD CROSS: World Cup in Val Thorens BIATHLON: World Cup in Grand-Bornand / AFP PHOTO
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Chairman of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad - Tokyo 2020 John Coates (R) chats with Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori (R) during the joint press conference of fifth IOC Coordinationa Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Toshifumi KITAMURA
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England's Jonny Bairstow prepares to bat during training on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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Chairman of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad - Tokyo 2020 John Coates answers a question during the joint press conference of fifth IOC Coordinationa Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Toshifumi KITAMURA
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Chairman of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad - Tokyo 2020 John Coates (C) delivers a speech beside IOC Olympic Games Executive Director Christophe Dubi (L) and Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori (R) during the joint press conference of fifth IOC Coordinationa Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Toshifumi KITAMURA
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Chairman of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad - Tokyo 2020 John Coates (R) listens to Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori (R) during the joint press conference of fifth IOC Coordinationa Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Toshifumi KITAMURA
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Chairman of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad - Tokyo 2020 John Coates (L) listens to Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori (R) during the joint press conference of fifth IOC Coordinationa Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Toshifumi KITAMURA
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Chairman of the Coordination Commission for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad - Tokyo 2020 John Coates answers a question during the joint press conference of fifth IOC Coordinationa Commission for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in Tokyo on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Toshifumi KITAMURA
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England's captain Joe Root (L) speaks with coach Trevor Bayliss (R) during training on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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England's Moeen Ali bowls during training on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Southeast Asia Patrick Murphy speaks to the media during a press conference in Phnom Penh on December 13, 2017. Murphy holds a press conference to conclude his visits in Cambodia. He called on the Cambodian government to reverse the backtracking of democracy in Cambodia. / AFP PHOTO / TANG CHHIN SOTHY
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US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Southeast Asia Patrick Murphy speaks to the media during a press conference in Phnom Penh on December 13, 2017. Murphy holds a press conference to conclude his visits in Cambodia. He called on the Cambodian government to reverse the backtracking of democracy in Cambodia. / AFP PHOTO / TANG CHHIN SOTHY
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US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Southeast Asia Patrick Murphy speaks to the media during a press conference in Phnom Penh on December 13, 2017. Murphy holds a press conference to conclude his visits in Cambodia. He called on the Cambodian government to reverse the backtracking of democracy in Cambodia. / AFP PHOTO / TANG CHHIN SOTHY
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England's Stuart Broad (C) finishes a batting session during training on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Southeast Asia Patrick Murphy (L) speaks to the media as US Ambassador William A. Heidt (R) listens during a press conference in Phnom Penh on December 13, 2017. Murphy holds a press conference to conclude his visits in Cambodia. He called on the Cambodian government to reverse the backtracking of democracy in Cambodia. / AFP PHOTO / TANG CHHIN SOTHY
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England's Alastair Cook (L) waits to bat during training on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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England's Alastair Cook (L) waits to bat during training on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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England's James Anderson trains on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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(FILES) This file photo taken on October 7, 2008 shows French actor Pierre Palmade performing during a rehearsal of his play "Le Comique", at the theatre Fontaine in Paris. Pierre Palmade performs in a one-man show entitled "Aimez-moi" (Love me) at the Theatre du Rond Point until December 31, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PATRICK KOVARIK
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(FILES) This file photo taken on October 7, 2008 shows French actor Pierre Palmade performing during a rehearsal of his play "Le Comique", at the theatre Fontaine in Paris. Pierre Palmade performs in a one-man show entitled "Aimez-moi" (Love me) at the Theatre du Rond Point until December 31, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / PATRICK KOVARIK
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Malian migrants arrive overnight at a temporary shelter in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants arrive overnight at a temporary shelter in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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A Malian woman holds her child as she is transferred by bus with other Malian migrants to a temporary shelter in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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A Malian woman holds her child as she is transferred by bus with other Malian migrants to a temporary shelter in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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A Malian woman holds her child as she is transferred by bus with other Malian migrants to a temporary shelter in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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England team members train as the centre pitch is watered on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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Malian migrants including children are transferred by bus to a temporary shelter upon their arrival in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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A Malian migrant woman with her children is transferred by bus to a temporary shelter upon their arrival in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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A Malian migrant woman with her children is transferred by bus to a temporary shelter upon their arrival in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants are transferred by bus to a temporary shelter upon their arrival in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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England's james Anderson trains on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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England team members take a drink during training on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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England's Jonny Bairstow (R) seeks advice as he trains on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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England captain Joe Root trains on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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England's Stuart Broad trains on the eve of the third Ashes cricket Test match in Perth on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Greg Wood / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE
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Indonesia's parliament speaker Setya Novanto listens to his lawyers while waiting for his trial to begin at the corruption court in Jakarta on December 13, 2017. Indonesia's biggest corruption trial in years was derailed after its graft-charged parliament speaker Setya Novanto claimed a bout of diarrhoea had left him too ill to participate, prompting jeers from the courtroom gallery. / AFP PHOTO / BAY ISMOYO
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Malian migrants are transferred by bus to a temporary shelter upon their arrival in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants just arrived at a temporary shelter in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants arrive overnight at a temporary shelter in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian board a bus to reach a temporary shelter upon their arrival overnight in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian board a bus to reach a temporary shelter upon their arrival overnight in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants arrive in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants arrive in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants arrive in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Yachts are anchored at Gustavia Harbour (Port de Gustavia) on the French Caribbean island of Saint-Barthelemy on December 12, 2017, a day after his funeral. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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A man carries his child as Malian migrants arrive in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants arrive overnight at a temporary shelter in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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A man carries a baby as Malian migrants arrive in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants arrive in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Malian migrants arrive in Bamako on December 13, 2017, after being repatriated from Libya by the IOM (International Organisation for the Migrations). Amnesty International on December 12, 2017 accused Italy and other European Union governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya, warning of legal action against them at European and UN rights institutions. Human-trafficking networks have flourished in the chaos that followed a NATO-backed uprising which toppled long-time Libyan dictator in 2011. / AFP PHOTO / MICHELE CATTANI
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Flowers are pictured on the tomb of late French music icon Johnny Hallyday on the French Caribbean island of Saint-Barthelemy on December 12, 2017, a day after his funeral. French music icon Johnny Hallyday 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. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Flowers and a guitar are pictured on the tomb of late French music icon Johnny Hallyday on the French Caribbean island of Saint-Barthelemy on December 12, 2017, a day after his funeral. French music icon Johnny Hallyday 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. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Sri Lankan bowler Akila Patabendige delivers the ball during the second One Day International (ODI) cricket match between India and Sri Lanka at The Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali on December 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / SAJJAD HUSSAIN / ----IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE----- / GETTYOUT
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Fans pays their respects at the tomb of late French music icon Johnny Hallyday on the French Caribbean island of Saint-Barthelemy on December 12, 2017, a day after his funeral. French music icon Johnny Hallyday 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. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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A little boy places a flower on the tomb of late French music icon Johnny Hallyday on the French Caribbean island of Saint-Barthelemy on December 12, 2017, a day after his funeral. French music icon Johnny Hallyday 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. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Fans take pictures of the tomb of late French music icon Johnny Hallyday on the French Caribbean island of Saint-Barthelemy on December 12, 2017, a day after his funeral. French music icon Johnny Hallyday 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. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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A letter by fans is pictured on the tomb of late French music icon Johnny Hallyday on the French Caribbean island of Saint-Barthelemy on December 12, 2017, a day after his funeral. French music icon Johnny Hallyday 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. / AFP PHOTO / Helene Valenzuela
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Lebanese singer, songwriter and actress Yasmine Hamdan gives an exclusive interview to AFP in Beirut on December 7, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / JOSEPH EID
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog on the beach with his curved "blade runner" prosthetics in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog walking on the beach with his curved "blade runner" prosthetics in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog walking on the beach with his curved "blade runner" prosthetics in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows the different parts of the curved "blade runner" prosthetics made for Cola the dog, at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows John Dalley taking Cola the dog for a walk on the beach with his curved "blade runner" prosthetics in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows John Dalley fitting Cola the dog with his curved "blade runner" prosthetics before taking him for a walk in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog looking up whilst sitting with his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog's legs with his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog sitting down on the grass whilst wearing his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog lying in the grass whilst wearing his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog walking around whilst wearing his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog walking around whilst wearing his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog relaxing in the shade whilst wearing his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog relaxing in the shade whilst wearing his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog standing with his "blade runner" prosthetic legs at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog running after John Dalley with his "blade runner" prosthetic legs at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows John Dalley fitting Cola the dog with his new curved "blade runner" prosthetic legs at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows John Dalley fitting Cola the dog with his new curved "blade runner" prosthetic legs at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows John Dalley fitting Cola the dog with his new curved "blade runner" prosthetic legs at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog standing on his hind legs next to his owner John Dalley at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog relaxing in the shade before putting on his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog relaxing in the shade whilst wearing his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA
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This photo taken on December 12, 2017 shows Cola the dog relaxing in the shade whilst wearing his curved "blade runner" prosthetics at Soi Dog Foundation in Phuket. Just over a year after he was brutally maimed for gnawing on a neighbour's boots, Cola the canine is romping across a Phuket beach on sleek new paws: curved "blade runner" prosthetics modelled after those used by Paralympian sprinters. / AFP PHOTO / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA

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