COD GALBEN: 14-08-2020 ora 10 Intre 14 august, ora 18:00 – 15 august, ora 10:00Fenomene vizate se va semnala 14 august, ora 18:00 – 15 august, ora 10:00Fenomene vizate COD GALBEN: 14-08-2020 ora 10 Intre 15 august, ora 10:00 – 16 august, ora 10:00Fenomene vizate se va semnala 15 august, ora 10:00 – 16 august, ora 10:00Fenomene vizate COD PORTOCALIU: 15-08-2020 Intre 02:40 si 04:00 se va semnala averse ce vor depăși .35..40 l/mp, frecvente descărcări electrice, grindină de dimensiuni medii, vijelii puternice in Județul Caraş-Severin;

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A healthcare worker speaks with a passenger

A healthcare worker speaks with a passenger

A healthcare worker speaks with a passenger(200814) -- VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A healthcare worker speaks with a passenger inside a vehicle at a COVID-19 testing facility in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Aug. 14, 2020. British Columbia's COVID-19 curve is now climbing at a higher rate than the initial outbreak in March, and new provincial modelling shows B.C. could see a second wave bigger than the first by September. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)
People wait outside a COVID19 testing

People wait outside a COVID19 testing

People wait outside a COVID19 testing(200814) -- VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2020 (Xinhua) -- People wait outside a COVID-19 testing facility in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Aug. 14, 2020. British Columbia's COVID-19 curve is now climbing at a higher rate than the initial outbreak in March, and new provincial modelling shows B.C. could see a second wave bigger than the first by September. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)
A healthcare worker is seen at a COVID19

A healthcare worker is seen at a COVID19

A healthcare worker is seen at a COVID19(200814) -- VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A healthcare worker is seen at a COVID-19 testing facility in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Aug. 14, 2020. British Columbia's COVID-19 curve is now climbing at a higher rate than the initial outbreak in March, and new provincial modelling shows B.C. could see a second wave bigger than the first by September. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)
A Site Full poster is displayed in front of

A Site Full poster is displayed in front of

A Site Full poster is displayed in front of(200814) -- VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A 'Site Full' poster is displayed in front of a COVID-19 testing facility in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Aug. 14, 2020. British Columbia's COVID-19 curve is now climbing at a higher rate than the initial outbreak in March, and new provincial modelling shows B.C. could see a second wave bigger than the first by September. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)
A healthcare worker collects a swab from a

A healthcare worker collects a swab from a

A healthcare worker collects a swab from a(200814) -- VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A healthcare worker collects a swab from a woman at a COVID-19 testing facility in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Aug. 14, 2020. British Columbia's COVID-19 curve is now climbing at a higher rate than the initial outbreak in March, and new provincial modelling shows B.C. could see a second wave bigger than the first by September. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)
A worker shows the direction of the lineup

A worker shows the direction of the lineup

A worker shows the direction of the lineup(200814) -- VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A worker shows the direction of the line-up area to a driver at the entrance to a COVID-19 testing facility in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Aug. 14, 2020. British Columbia's COVID-19 curve is now climbing at a higher rate than the initial outbreak in March, and new provincial modelling shows B.C. could see a second wave bigger than the first by September. (Photo by Liang Sen/Xinhua)
epaselect USA NEW YORK TRUMP VISITS BROTHER HOSPITAL

epaselect USA NEW YORK TRUMP VISITS BROTHER HOSPITAL

epaselect USA NEW YORK TRUMP VISITS BROTHER HOSPITALepaselect epa08604455 US President Donald J. Trump's motorcade arrives at New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York, New York, USA, 14 August 2020. \r\nPresident Trump is here to visit his younger brother, Robert Trump, 72, who according to the White House is seriously ill. President Trump was not transported in the traditional 'Beast' Limousine. EPA/Peter Foley

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epaselect CHILE PROTESTS ANTI GOVERNMENT

epaselect CHILE PROTESTS ANTI GOVERNMENT

epaselect CHILE PROTESTS ANTI GOVERNMENTepaselect epa08604593 Police stand guard during a protest against the Chilean government and in favor of the Mapuche people near Plaza Italia in Santiago, Chile, 14 August 2020. EPA/ELVIS GONZALEZ

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epaselect MEXICO KIDNAPPING

epaselect MEXICO KIDNAPPING

epaselect MEXICO KIDNAPPINGepaselect epa08604574 Juanita Perez (L) carries her son Dylan (R) after their reunion, at their home in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas state, Mexico, 14 August 2020. The kidnapping of an indigenous child 45 days ago, which attracted media attention and was addressed by the Presidency of Mexico, has been resolved on 14 August when Dylan was found alive and his alleged captor who was detained, faces a sentence of several decades in prison. EPA/Carlos LĂłpez

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CHILE PROTESTS ANTI GOVERNMENT

CHILE PROTESTS ANTI GOVERNMENT

CHILE PROTESTS ANTI GOVERNMENTepa08604591 People protest against the Chilean government and in favor of the Mapuche people near Plaza Italia in Santiago, Chile, 14 August 2020. EPA/ELVIS GONZALEZ

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