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SPAIN WEATHER STORM HORTENSE

SPAIN WEATHER STORM HORTENSE

SPAIN WEATHER STORM HORTENSEepa08957691 Big waves hit the coast in Binidali area in Mahon city, Menorca island, Balearics, Spain, 22 January 2021. Eighteen out of nineteen Spanish regions (all of them except for the Canaries) are on the alert due to the low pressure brought by storm Hortense, which will cause gusts of wind of up to 120 kilometres per hour, waves up to 8 meters high and snowfalls in mountain areas. EPA/DAVID ARQUIMBAU SINTES

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PORTUGAL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS CAMPAIGN ANA GOMES

PORTUGAL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS CAMPAIGN ANA GOMES

PORTUGAL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS CAMPAIGN ANA GOMESepa08957689 The candidate for the 2021 presidential elections Ana Gomes (R) greets a supporter during her visit to Casulo Abrigo (Temporary accommodation center for homeless people) of Methamorphys Association in Areosa, Viana do Castelo, Portugal, 22 January 2021. The presidential elections will take place 24 January 2021. EPA/TIAGO PETINGA

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SWITZERLAND ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUP

SWITZERLAND ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUP

SWITZERLAND ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUPepa08957687 Lin Ivarsson of Sweden in action during the women's Downhill race of the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, 22 January 2021. EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT

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SPAIN CORONVIRUS PANDEMIC

SPAIN CORONVIRUS PANDEMIC

SPAIN CORONVIRUS PANDEMICepa08957685 A person crosses a street during heightened pandemic restriction where non essential businesses are closed in Logrono, La Rioja, Spain, 22 January 2021. La Rioja regional has ordered the closure of non essential businesses from 22 January to 23 February 2021 in a bid to refrain coronavirus spread. Inhabitants of the 174 towns in La Rioja are only allowed to leave their homes to go to work, school or buy food and medicine. EPA/RAQUEL MANZANARES

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BELGIUM EU TURKEY DIPLOMACY

BELGIUM EU TURKEY DIPLOMACY

BELGIUM EU TURKEY DIPLOMACYepa08957684 European Council President Charles Michel (L) gestures as he meets with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu to discuss Turkey-EU ties in Brussels, Belgium, 22 January 2021. EPA/JOHANNA GERON / POOL

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AFGHANISTAN GOVERNMENT

AFGHANISTAN GOVERNMENT

AFGHANISTAN GOVERNMENTepa08957679 Afghani President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai speaks to journalists during a press conference at his visit to change the name of the Herat International Airport to Khwaja Abdullah Ansari Airport, in Herat, Afghanistan, 22 January 2021. Ghani will hold separate meetings with civil, military officials, ulema, women, youth and members of the provincial council, civil society activists and businessmen. EPA/JALIL REZAYEE

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AUSTRIA ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUP

AUSTRIA ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUP

AUSTRIA ALPINE SKIING WORLD CUPepa08957663 Ralph Weber of Switzerland in action during the men's Downhill race of the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup event in Kitzbuehel, Austria, 22 January 2021. EPA/CHRISTIAN BRUNA

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SPAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

SPAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

SPAIN PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08957660 A view of Guggenheim museum in Bilbao city, Basque Country, northern Spain, 22 January 2021. The city of Bilbao has been subjected in the last hours to a perimetral lockdown due to the rise of cases of coronavirus Covid-19. The worsening situation is prompting Spain's regions, who are in charge of handling the coronavirus pandemic in their territories, to implement more restrictions. EPA/LUIS TEJIDO

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POLAND SHORT TRACK EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

POLAND SHORT TRACK EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

POLAND SHORT TRACK EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPSepa08957653 (L-R) Kamila Stromowska and Gabriela Topolska of Poland and Germany's Gina Jacobs and Anna Katharina Gaertner in action during the women's 3000 m relay heats at the ISU European Short Track Championships at the Hala Olivia in Gdansk, nothern Poland, 22 January 2021. EPA/Adam Warzawa POLAND OUT

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CROATIA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

CROATIA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

CROATIA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08957643 Citizens wear protective face masks in Croatian capital Zagreb, 22 January 2021. Croatian authorities on 22 January reported 643 new infections by COVID-19, while 32 people had died. The number of infected people in Croatia has been declining in recent days. EPA/ANTONIO BAT

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