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FRANCE POLITICS MACRON SCIENCE

FRANCE POLITICS MACRON SCIENCE

FRANCE POLITICS MACRON SCIENCEepa08955044 French President Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech during a visit to the Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (C2N) of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) at the Paris-Saclay University research unit in Orsay, near Paris, France, 21 January 2021. Macron will present on the day the national strategy on quantum technologies. EPA/YOAN VALAT / POOL

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ITALY CULTURE PANDEMIC COVID19 CORONAVIRUS

ITALY CULTURE PANDEMIC COVID19 CORONAVIRUS

ITALY CULTURE PANDEMIC COVID19 CORONAVIRUSepa08955043 Visitors look at Duccio di Buoninsegna's 'Virgin and Child enthroned, surrounded by angels (known as the Rucellai Madonna)' the Uffizi Gallery as the museum reopens in Florence, Italy, 21 January 2021. Museums and archaeological sites in 'yellow zone' regions reopened to the public again after being shut due to the coronavirus pandemic lockdown. EPA/CLAUDIO GIOVANNINI

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SWITZERLAND ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUP

SWITZERLAND ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUP

SWITZERLAND ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUPepa08955042 Ragnhild Mowinckel of Norway in action during a training session for the women's Downhill race at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup event in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, 21 January 2021. EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT

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NETHERLANDS PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

NETHERLANDS PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

NETHERLANDS PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08955040 (L-R) Jesse Klaver (Groenlinks), Lilian Marijnissen (SP) and Prime Minister Mark Rutte in the Senate, in The Hague, The Netherlands, 21 January 2021, during a debate about the possible curfew in the fight against the coronavirus. EPA/BART MAAT

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GERMANY GOVERNMENT

GERMANY GOVERNMENT

GERMANY GOVERNMENTepa08955037 German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) arrives for a press conference at the Federal Press Conference (Bundespressekonferenz) in Berlin, Germany, 21 January 2021. Merkel commented on the current coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic situation in the country as well as the relations with the United States following the inauguration of the new president, among other topics. EPA/HAYOUNG JEON

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epaselect GERMANY GOVERNMENT

epaselect GERMANY GOVERNMENT

epaselect GERMANY GOVERNMENTepaselect epa08954998 German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives to a press conference at the Federal Press Conference (Bundespressekonferenz) in Berlin, Germany, 21 January 2021. EPA/FILIP SINGER / POOL

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epaselect GERMANY PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

epaselect GERMANY PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

epaselect GERMANY PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epaselect epa08954907 A coffin is cremated in the crematorium in Meissen, Germany, 20 January 2021 (issued 21 January 2021). Due to the high number of deaths related to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the crematorium of the city of Meissen has problems storing the coffins before cremation. The eastern German region of Meissen is currently one of the areas most affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. EPA/FILIP SINGER

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FILE MONGOLIA GOVERNMENT PM KHURELSUKH RESIGNATION

FILE MONGOLIA GOVERNMENT PM KHURELSUKH RESIGNATION

FILE MONGOLIA GOVERNMENT PM KHURELSUKH RESIGNATIONepa08955033 (FILE) - Mongolian Prime Minister Ukhnaa Khurelsukh (C) speaks to members of the press after voting at a polling station in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 24 June 2020. News report Prime Minister Ukhnaa Khurelsukh resigned on 21 January 2021 after outrage over the treatment of a coronavirus patient who had just delivered a baby. His resignation comes after Mongolian Deputy Prime Minister Yangu Sodbaatar and Health Minister Togtmol Munkhsaikhan resigned the previous day amid social pressure and public protests. EPA/BYAMBASUREN BYAMBA-OCHIR *** Local Caption *** 56172302

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SPAIN ETA TRIAL

SPAIN ETA TRIAL

SPAIN ETA TRIALepa08955030 Galder Barbado (C-L) and Aitor Zelaia (C-R) sit in the dock of the National Court in downtown Madrid, central Spain, 21 January 2021, accused of depositing weapons and explosives intended for 'kale borroka' ('street violence actions' in Basque), a crime for which the prosecutor asks for eight years in prison each. According to the statement of conclusions of the Public Prosecutor's Office, in October 2018, a drum hidden inside a concrete pipe containing objects susceptible to be used for the preparation of explosive devices was found in an open field in Durana, in Alava province, Basque Country, northern Spain. According to the representative of the Prosecutor's Office, the deposit or dugout had served as a storage place for a 'talde' (support group) close to ETA for the realization of acts of kale borroka around the years 2014 and 2015. He adds that in the place of the facts several evidences were obtained with four positive fingerprints and a biological remains corresponding to the two accused. EPA/J.J. Guillen / POOL

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