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SOUTH KOREA THAILAND PROTEST ANIMAL RIGHTS

SOUTH KOREA THAILAND PROTEST ANIMAL RIGHTS

SOUTH KOREA THAILAND PROTEST ANIMAL RIGHTSepa09053135 A member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wearing a monkey costume protests outside the Thai Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, 05 March 2021. Activists protested against the alleged unethical treatment of monkeys in Thailand's coconut industry. The animals, according to PETA, who are kept in cruel manners are forced to climb and pick coconuts that are later used in coconut milk products. Activists urged South Korean retailers and consumers to boycott coconut brands engaged in cruel monkey labor. EPA/JEON HEON-KYUN

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THAILAND ECONOMY CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19

THAILAND ECONOMY CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19

THAILAND ECONOMY CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19epa09053133 Thai exhibitors wait for visitors to offer travel deals at the national tourism and travel fair in Bangkok, Thailand, 05 March 2021. The tourism and travel fair is held to boost domestic tourism industry after being halted by the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Thai tourism operators launched its campaign and sent their petition as a formal request pushing the government to reopen Thailand to the international tourists by July 2021 after the rollout of vaccination programs in many countries around the world. EPA/RUNGROJ YONGRIT

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MYANMAR MILITARY COUP PROTEST FUNERAL

MYANMAR MILITARY COUP PROTEST FUNERAL

MYANMAR MILITARY COUP PROTEST FUNERALepa09053132 The daughter (C) of Zwee Htet Soe (bottom), one of the three demonstrators who died in the anti-coup protests, cries near the coffin of her father during his funeral in Yangon, Myanmar, 05 March 2021. Arkar Moe, Pho Chit and Zwee Htet Soe were killed during the protest against the military coup on 03 March. The United Nations said at least 38 people were killed on 03 March in the bloodiest crackdown yet by the military, as more than 50 people have died during the security crackdown in Myanmar since the coup started on 01 February 2021. EPA/NYEIN CHAN NAING

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SOUTH KOREA HEALTH CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19

SOUTH KOREA HEALTH CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19

SOUTH KOREA HEALTH CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19epa09053110 Citizens receive tests at an outdoor COVID-19 testing station in Gwangju, about 300km south of Seoul, South Korea, 05 March 2021. 398 new cases, including 17 from abroad, were reported on 05 March. EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT

EPA

CHINA GOVERNMENT PARLIAMENT NPC

CHINA GOVERNMENT PARLIAMENT NPC

CHINA GOVERNMENT PARLIAMENT NPCepa09053106 A security official wearing a protective face mask stands guard in front of the Great Hall of the People prior to the opening session of the National People’s Congress (NPC), in Beijing, China, 05 March 2021. China holds two major annual political meetings, The National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) which run alongside and together known as 'Lianghui' or 'Two Sessions'. EPA/ROMAN PILIPEY

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MEXICO USA MIGRATION

MEXICO USA MIGRATION

MEXICO USA MIGRATIONepa09053109 US police supervise the access of migrants to the United States as part of the Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP) program at the border between Mexico and the United States near Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, 04 March 2021. EPA/Luis Torres

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SOUTH KOREA STOCK MARKET

SOUTH KOREA STOCK MARKET

SOUTH KOREA STOCK MARKETepa09053102 People work in front of an electronic signboard at Hana Bank in Seoul, South Korea, 05 March 2021. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) lost 17.23 points, or 0.57 percent, to close at 3,026.26 on individual investors' net buying. EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT

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AUSTRALIA SCOTT MORRISON

AUSTRALIA SCOTT MORRISON

AUSTRALIA SCOTT MORRISONepa09053101 Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison addresses the media during a press conference in Sydney, Australia, 05 March 2021. On 04 March Italy blocked the export of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to Australia amid a vaccine shortage raw between the company and the European Union. EPA/DEAN LEWINS AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

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SOUTH KOREA JAPAN COMFORT WOMAN

SOUTH KOREA JAPAN COMFORT WOMAN

SOUTH KOREA JAPAN COMFORT WOMANepa09053089 Ahn Cheol-soo (L), head of the minor opposition People's Party, receives Lee Yong-soo (C), a victim of the Japanese military's sexual slavery during World War II, on a wheel chair at his office at the National Assembly in Seoul, South Korea, 05 March 2021. The request came in the wake of Harvard professor Mark Ramseyer's recent claim in his paper titled 'Contracting For Sex In The Pacific War' that comfort women were not sex slaves but prostitutes who voluntarily worked in Japanese military brothels. Comfort women refer to around 200,000 Asian women, mostly Koreans, who were forcibly taken to front-line military brothels by the Japanese army during the war. EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT

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CHINASHAANXISPRING TEA HARVESTCN

CHINASHAANXISPRING TEA HARVESTCN

CHINASHAANXISPRING TEA HARVESTCN(210305) -- ANKANG, March 5, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A farmer sorts out newly-picked tea leaves at a cooperative in Ankang City, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, March 4, 2021. (Xinhua/Tao Ming)
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