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Benjamin Netanyahu praises Israeli troops after killing 16 Palestinian demonstrators in border disputes

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    31. March 2018

    Mourners capture a relative of the Palestinian Hamdan Abu Amshah, who was killed during his funeral in the city of Beit Hanoun on the Israeli border with Gaza.

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    30. March 2018

    Israeli soldiers fired tear gas grenades at the protest of the Palestinian tent city on the day of commemoration of the state parliament. The day marks the assassination of six Arab Israelis during demonstrations against Israeli seizures of Arab lands in 1


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    29. March 2018

    An emotional Steve Smith is comforted by his father Peter as he introduces the media at Sydney International Airport. Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were flown back to Australia after investigating alleged ball manipulations in South Africa.


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    28. March 2018

    French gendarmes accompany the coffin of the late Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, who is transported by car during a funeral procession and leaves the Pantheon as part of a national tribute in Paris. The French President will conduct a national commemoration of hostage-barter Arnaud Beltrame, who was killed in a jihadist attack.

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    27. March 2018

    Russian President Vladimir Putin visits a memorial to the victims of a fire in a multi-storey shopping center in the Siberian city of Kemerovo. Officials say the fire escape has been blocked and a public address system has been cut off during the fire, killing over 50 people.

    Kremlin Pool Photo about AP

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    26. March 2018

    At least 64 In a shopping center in Russia, buyers were killed in a fire. Another 16 people were missing after flames broke out in the four-story Winter Cherry shopping mall in Kemerovo, Siberia, according to Russian Minister for Emergency Situations Vladimir Puchkov. The fire was extinguished in the morning after blowing the night. Parts of the building were still burning and the floors of the cinema had collapsed, said another ambulance.

    Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations on Reuters

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    25. March 2018

    Syrian civilians meet with the regime from the city of Arbin in the eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital, Damascus. It is expected that around 7,000 people from the cities of Arbin and Zamalka as well as from the district Jobar will be transported to a rebellious part of northern Syria.

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    24. March 2018 [19659003] Students visit the "March for Our Lives" in Washington. After the Florida attack, widespread efforts were made to ban assault rifles.


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    23. March 2018

    Police at the scene of a hostage-taking in a supermarket in Treben. An armed man took hostages in a supermarket in southern France, killed three and injured about a dozen others, police said. A French minister confirmed that the shooter had been shot dead by the police.


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    22. March 2018

    A boy rows his boat in the polluted waters of the Brahmaputra on World Water Day in Guwahati, India


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    21. March 2018

    Kosovo's opposition lawmakers release a tear gas tank in the country's parliament before signing a ratification or non-signing agreement with Montenegro in 2015

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    People carrying luggage leave the Russian Embassy in London and board a van with diplomatic plates. Dozens of people, including adults with children, arrived at the Russian Embassy in the morning leaving behind luggage in vehicles with diplomatic plates. The UK announced last week the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats for spying poisoning, triggering a Moscow reaction

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    19. March 2018

    The Soyuz spacecraft MS-08 is mounted on the launch pad of the Russian-leased Cosmodrome Baikonur in Kazakhstan

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    18. March 2018

    President Vladimir Putin leaves a polling station at a polling station in the Russian presidential election in Moscow

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    17. March 2018

    People who claim a reasonable pension in Barcelona take part in a protest by pensioners. Thousands of people across the country took part in mass demonstrations demanded by the main Spanish unions calling for increases in state pensions according to the consumer price index

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    16. March 2018

    Russian President Vladimir Putin visits the National Medical Research Center Almazov in Saint Petersburg

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    15. March 2018

    Vladimir Putin conducts a meeting with members of the Security Council in Moscow.


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    14. March 2018

    The German Chancellor Angela Merkel is sworn in during the swearing-in ceremony in the Bundestag in Berlin by the President of the German House of Commons. The CDU-CDU leader Merkel starts her fourth term as Federal Chancellor and caps months of political uncertainty, as she ruled with her rivals of the SPD against the European economy in a "grand coalition".

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    13. March 2018

    Nepalese students from the University of Dhaka light candles to commemorate the victims of the crash of US Bangla aircraft in Nepal, Bangladesh.


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    12. March 2018

    Rescue workers are working to rescue passengers from a plane crash at Kathmandu airport in Nepal.


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    11. March 2018

    French President Emmanuel Macron and his son Mrs. Brigitte Macron pose for photos while visiting the Taj Mahal

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    10. March 2018

    France's far-right party Front National (FN) President Marine Le Pen applauds former US president advisor Steve Bannon after his speech during the National Front Party's annual congress in Lille, northern France

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    . 9 March 2018

    A television screen with images of US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un at a train station in Seoul

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    8. March 2018

    Protesters make with their hands during a demonstration for women's rights in triangles Bilbao, Spain


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    7. March 2018

    A worker works on a salt pan before International Women's Day in the outskirts of the Nagaur district in Rajasthan State, India. [19659004] AFP / Getty

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    6. March 2018

    Sri Lanka's army and police officers are standing in Digana, a suburb of Kandy, near a ruined building. Extremists Buddhist mobs swept the city Monday, burning at least 11 Muslim shops and houses. Sri Lanka's president declared a state of emergency on Tuesday, fearing that anti-Muslim attacks in the city could spread to central hills.


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    5. March 2018

    Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives at the opening of the first session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. The NPC has over 3,000 delegates and is the largest parliament or legislature in the world, though its role largely serves as a formal seal of approval for policies adopted by leaders of the Chinese Communist Party. The NPC takes place in parallel with the annual plenary sessions of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), collectively known as "Lianghui" or "Two Meetings."


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    4. March 2018

    The Protestant woman stands up on her body with the words "Berlusconi Sei Scaduto" and translates "Berlusconi, you have expired" as Silvio Berlusconi stands in the vote on the parliamentary and regional elections in Milan.


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    3. March 2018

    Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during a rally to support his bid for the forthcoming presidential election at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.


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    A light turns red outside the German steel factory Krupp Mannesmann. German officials and industry groups warned US President Donald Trump that he was risking a trade war with his closest allies if he continued with the plans to impose high tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.


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    1. March 2018

    People dance during Holi festivities in Kathmandu, Nepal


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    28. February 2018

    Indian fans watch as the funeral procession of the late Bollywood actress Sridevi Kapoor goes through Mumbai

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    27. February 2018

    Candles are dedicated to the murdered Slovak revelation reporter Jan Kuciak, 27, and his fiancée Martina, 27, on the Square of the Slovak National Uprising in Bratislava. A leading Slovak newspaper says that organized crime may have been involved in the deadly shooting that shocked Slovakia. The bodies of Kuciak and Kusnirova were found on Sunday evening in their home in the town of Velka Maca, east of the capital.


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    26. February 2018

    Coliseum in heavy snow in Rome

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    25. February 2018 [19659003] Family members of victims of the sunken South Korean naval ship Cheonan by a North Korean attack hold blighted images of Kim Yong Chol, deputy chairman of the North Korean Central Committee of the Workers Party, at a rally against his visit near the United Nations bridge back Paju , South Korea. A North Korean senior delegation led by Kim attended the closing ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The signs said, "Let's punish Kim Young Chol."


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    24. February 2018

    Ivanka Trump (C) cheered between US Olympic bobsleigh rider Shauna Rohbock (L) and Valerie Fleming (R) in the Gangneung Curling Center in South Africa's Gangneung with a men's gold medal curling match against Sweden beaten. Ivanka Trump is on a four-day visit to South Korea to attend the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang


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    23. February 2018

    David Allen Turpin (C), along with Louise Anna Turpin, is accused of capturing and detaining 13 of her children, appearing in court with attorneys David Macher (L) and Alison Lowe in court in Riverside, California , According to Riverside County Sheriffs, David Allen Turpin and Louise Anna Turpin captured 13 malnourished children aged 2 to 29 at their home in Perris, California. The deputies were alerted after a 17-year-old daughter had jumped through a window just before dawn and carried a deactivated mobile phone, from which she could call the emergency call. Respondent deputies described conditions in the house as malodorous with some children chained to a bed and as a result suffered injuries. Adult children initially appeared as minors because of their malnourished condition. The Turpins were arrested for torture and child molestation


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    22. February 2018

    Elephanta Island, home to the famous Elephanta Caves, finally gets power years after 70 years. Seventy years after independence, a 7.5 km submarine cable has brought power to the world-famous Gharapuri Island, home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Elephanta Caves, located 10 km from Mumbai, India.


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    21. February 2018

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau commends the Golden Sikh Temple in Amritsar. Trudeau and his family are on a weeklong official trip to India


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    20. February 2018

    Members of Syrian civil defense evacuate injured civilians on a gurney from an area In the rebel city of Saqba in the besieged eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital Damascus, a government air raid on a regime-critical air strike has been perpetrated

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    19. February 2018 [19659003] A Thai marine instructor shows how to catch a snake during a jungle survival exercise as part of the "Cobra Gold 2018" (CG18) joint military exercise with US soldiers on a military base in Chonburi province, Thailand.


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    18. February 2018

    Children play in front of their destroyed school in the village of Frikeh, in Idlib, north-western Syria

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    17. February 2018

    Speaking Kurdish demonstrator visits a protestant after the release of the leader of the Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK) Abdullah Öcalan in Strasbourg

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    16. February 2018

    Joe Zevuloni mourns before a cross set up in a park in memory of the victims of the shots on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, Florida


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    15. February 2018

    South Africa's new president Cyril Ramaphosa holds his right hand as he is sworn into office

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    14. February 2018

    African National Congress (ANC) Finance Minister Paul Mashatile (left) and Speaker Jackson Mthembu speak a press conference following an emergency ANC caucus meeting in Cape Town on February 14th. The South African Parliament will issue a vote of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma on February 15, said the ruling ANC party and signaled its determination to remove him from office after days of stalemate


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    North Korean cheerleaders surrounded by media as they attempt to walk on Gyeongpo Beach in Gangneung, South Korea

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    12. February 2018

    Former US President Barack Obama unveils his portrait in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC

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    9. February 2018

    US Vice President Mike Pence and Kim Jong-Our sister North Korea's Kim Yo-Jong attend the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang

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    8. February 2018

    Bangladesh police charges Bangladeshi activists The Nationalist Party protests against a verdict against opposition leader Khaleda Zia in Dhaka. The ex-prime minister of Bangladesh was arrested for corruption charges for five years.

    AFP / Getty

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