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USA SENATE GOVERNMENT TRANSPORTATION

USA SENATE GOVERNMENT TRANSPORTATION

USA SENATE GOVERNMENT TRANSPORTATIONepa08955787 Senator Roy Blunt addressing US secretary of transportation nominee for US President Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg (L) during a Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee confirmation hearing in Washington, D.C., USA, 21 January 2021. Buttigieg, is pledging to carry out the administration's ambitious agenda to rebuild the nation's infrastructure, calling it a 'generational opportunity' to create new jobs, fight economic inequality and stem climate change. EPA/Ken Cedeno / POOL

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CHINA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

CHINA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

CHINA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08955781 A DiDi taxi driver waits for a traffic light, in Wuhan, China, 21 January 2021. Wuhan on 23 January will have the anniversary of its Covid-19 lockdown. A Chinese city of more than 11 million on 23 January 2020 had been sealed off from the rest of the world for 76 days in an attempt to limit the coronavirus outbreak’s spread. EPA/ROMAN PILIPEY

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PORTUGAL ELECTIONS JOAO FERREIRA

PORTUGAL ELECTIONS JOAO FERREIRA

PORTUGAL ELECTIONS JOAO FERREIRAepa08955785 The candidate for the presidential elections supported by the Communist Party (PCP) Joao Ferreira (R) speaks during a meeting with workers from Petrogal and Efacec, at the Leca do Balio Cultural Center in Matosinhos, Portugal, 21 January 2021. Presidential elections will be held on 24 January 2021. EPA/ESTELA SILVA

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EGYPT HANDBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2021

EGYPT HANDBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2021

EGYPT HANDBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2021epa08955778 Japan’s coach Dagur Sigurdsson reacts during the Main Round match between Japan and Argentina at the 27th Men's Handball World Championship in Cairo, Egypt, 21 January 2021. EPA/Mohamed Abd El Ghany / POOL

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NORWAY PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

NORWAY PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

NORWAY PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08955766 People attend mass vaccination in Drammen, Norway, 21 January 2021. The vaccination of residents in Drammen who are over 85 years old and who do not live in a nursing home started. In Drammenshallen, 150 people and about 40 health personnel received their first Covid-19 vaccine helped by around 35 employees from various companies in the municipality. EPA/Ole Berg-Rusten NORWAY OUT

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BRITAIN POLITICS CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN COVID19 CASES

BRITAIN POLITICS CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN COVID19 CASES

BRITAIN POLITICS CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN COVID19 CASESepa08955764 A patient is brought into the Royal London hospital in London, Britain, 21 January 2021. Britain's national health service (NHS) is coming under sever pressure as Covid-19 hospital admissions continue to rise across the UK. Over one thousand people are dying each day from the disease. EPA/ANDY RAIN

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PORTUGAL ELECTIONS MARCELO REBELO DE SOUSA

PORTUGAL ELECTIONS MARCELO REBELO DE SOUSA

PORTUGAL ELECTIONS MARCELO REBELO DE SOUSAepa08955763 The candidate for the Presidency of the Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa talks to workers of the company Salvador Caetano who are teleworking during a visit as part of the electoral campaign for the presidential elections, in Porto, Portugal, 21 January 2021. Presidential elections will be held on 24 January 2021 with incumbent President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa running for a second term. EPA/MARIO CRUZ

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NORWAY e5YmBPyNSlE

NORWAY e5YmBPyNSlE

NORWAY e5YmBPyNSlEepa08955757 People stand on a pier as the waves break harbor in Sandnessjoen, Norway, 21 January 2021. Extreme weather Frank measured gusts of up to 50 meters per second in the area, according to the Meteorological Institute. EPA/Therese JĂŚgtvik/Helgelands Blad NORWAY OUT

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PAKISTAN SUNSET

PAKISTAN SUNSET

PAKISTAN SUNSETepa08955756 A view of sunset in Karachi, Pakistan, 21 January 2021. EPA/SHAHZAIB AKBER

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IRAQBAGHDADSUICIDE BOMBINGS

IRAQBAGHDADSUICIDE BOMBINGS

IRAQBAGHDADSUICIDE BOMBINGS(210121) -- BAGHDAD, Jan. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 21, 2021 shows the market damaged by suicide bombings in Iraq's capital Baghdad. At least 32 people were killed and 110 others wounded on Thursday in the twin suicide bombings in Iraq's capital Baghdad, Iraqi Health Minister Hassan al-Tamimi said.\r\n Baghdad's hospitals received 32 bodies, while 110 wounded people were admitted for treatment, al-Tamimi said in a statement.\r\n Earlier in the morning, a suicide bomber blew up his explosive belt in a crowded outdoor clothing market in Bab al-Sharji area, before a second one detonated his a few minutes later in the same market, an Interior Ministry source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity. (Xinhua)
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