COD GALBEN: 17-01-2022 Intre 09:00 si 10:00 se va semnala local burniţă care depune polei in Județul Maramureş, Județul Cluj, Județul Bistriţa-Năsăud; COD GALBEN: 17-01-2022 Intre 08:00 si 10:00 se va semnala intensificări temporare ale vântului cu rafale ce vor depăși 55...65 km/h in Județul Dolj, Județul Mehedinţi; COD GALBEN: 17-01-2022 Intre 07:55 si 10:00 se va semnala Intensificări temporare ale vântului care la rafală vor atinge 55..60 km/h in Județul Cluj; COD GALBEN: 17-01-2022 Intre 06:15 si 10:00 se va semnala intensificări ale vântului, cu rafale de 100...120 km/h, ce vor troieni zăpada și vor determina scăderea semnificativă a vizibilității in Județul Suceava, Județul Neamţ;

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CAMBODIA ASEAN DIPLOMACY

CAMBODIA ASEAN DIPLOMACY

CAMBODIA ASEAN DIPLOMACYepa09690465 Secretary-General of ASEAN Lim Jock Hoi (C-L) attends a meeting with Cambodia Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn (C-R) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Phnom Penh, Cambodia , 17 January 2022. Lim is on an official visit to Cambodia from 15 to 19 January. EPA/KITH SEREY

EPA

NEW ZEALANDAUCKLANDAIRCRAFTTONGA

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NEW ZEALANDAUCKLANDAIRCRAFTTONGA(220117) -- WELLINGTON, Jan. 17, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion aircraft prepares to leave for Tonga from Auckland, New Zealand, Jan. 17, 2022. A Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion aircraft left Base Auckland on Monday morning for tsunami-hit Tonga to assist in an initial impact assessment of the area and low-lying islands. (New Zealand Ministry of Defense/Handout via Xinhua)
SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA MISSILE

SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA MISSILE

SOUTH KOREA NORTH KOREA MISSILEepa09690381 A general view of a South Korean Hyeonmu ballistic missile ( R) on display at the Korean War Memorial Museum in Seoul, South Korea, 17 January 2022. According to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), North Korea fired two unidentified ballistic missile toward the East Sea. EPA/JEON HEON-KYUN

EPA

PHILIPPINES PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

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PHILIPPINES PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa09690347 A bus door displays a 'No vaccination, no ride' advisory at a main road in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines 17 January 2022. Following efforts to limit the movement outside the home of unvaccinated citizens due to a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases at the beginning of the new year, transport authorities on 17 January began prohibiting public transport rides to commuters who are found unvaccinated or cannot show proof of vaccination. EPA/ROLEX DELA PENA

EPA

CHINASPRING FESTIVALTRAVEL RUSH CN

CHINASPRING FESTIVALTRAVEL RUSH CN

CHINASPRING FESTIVALTRAVEL RUSH CN(220117) -- SHENZHEN, Jan. 17, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Passengers are seen at Shenzhen North Railway Station in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, Jan. 17, 2022.\r\n The number of railway passenger trips during China's upcoming Spring Festival travel rush is expected to jump 28.5 percent from the holiday season last year, industry data shows.\r\n The 2022 Spring Festival travel rush will last from Jan. 17 to Feb. 25.\r\n During the 40-day travel season, also known as chunyun, many Chinese people will travel to meet their families for the Chinese Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, which will fall on Feb. 1, 2022. (Xinhua/Liang Xu)
SPGERMANYAUGSBURGFOOTBALLBUNDESLIGAAUGSBURG VS FRANKFURT

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SPGERMANYAUGSBURGFOOTBALLBUNDESLIGAAUGSBURG VS FRANKFURT(220117) -- AUGSBURG, Jan. 17, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Andre Hahn (front R) of Augsburg vies with Diant Ramaj, goalkeeper of Frankfurt, during a German Bundesliga match between FC Augsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt in Augsburg, Germany, on Jan. 16, 2022. (Xinhua/Philippe Ruiz)
CHINA PHOTO SET HONG KONG LUT CHAU WILDLIFE

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CHINA PHOTO SET HONG KONG LUT CHAU WILDLIFEepa09690274 A flock of great cormorants fly above fish ponds in Lut Chau, Hong Kong, China, 16 January 2022, (issued 17 January 2022). Lut Chau, facing the Shenzhen Bay and situated near the Mai Po Nature reserve, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), due to its fauna, geographical and ecological features. Black-faced spoonbills are classified as ‘endangered’ under the IUCN’s Red List with an estimated world population of less than 4,000 individuals. They migrate southward, including to Hong Kong, in winter. Hong Kong has been facing land shortages to build public housing for decades. As a result some politicians have called for the government to put all options on the table, including the development of Lut Chau, the surrounding wetlands, other SSSIs, conservation areas and country parks. Land reclamations, deforestation and illegal waste disposals due to rapid urbanization are some of the environmental issues facing Hong Kong that could have significant impact on local biodiversity and ecology. EPA/JEROME FAVRE ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET

EPA

SPITALYROMEFOOTBALLSERIE AROMA VS CAGLIARI

SPITALYROMEFOOTBALLSERIE AROMA VS CAGLIARI

SPITALYROMEFOOTBALLSERIE AROMA VS CAGLIARI(220117) -- ROME, Jan. 17, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Roma's head coach Jose Mourinho gestures during a Serie A football match between Roma and Cagliari in Rome, Italy, on Jan. 16, 2022. (Photo by Augusto Casasoli/ Xinhua)
SPITALYBERGAMOFOOTBALLSERIE AINTER VS ATALANTA

SPITALYBERGAMOFOOTBALLSERIE AINTER VS ATALANTA

SPITALYBERGAMOFOOTBALLSERIE AINTER VS ATALANTA(220117) -- BERGAMO, Jan. 17, 2022 (Xinhua) -- FC Inter's Alessandro Bastoni (top) vies with Atalanta's Matteo Pessina during a Serie A football match in Bergamo, Italy, Jan. 16, 2022. (Str/Xinhua)
RWANDAKIGALICHINABAMBOO MAKING

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RWANDAKIGALICHINABAMBOO MAKING(220117) -- KIGALI, Jan. 17, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Chinese bamboo processing expert Yu Qinhong instructs students to make bamboo furniture at a bamboo processing training center located in Masaka Incubation Business Center, Kigali, Rwanda, Jan. 14, 2022.\r\n A growing number of Rwandan youth have turned to bamboo furniture making and weaving business after skills training by Chinese bamboo experts in a bid to tackle youth unemployment challenges in Rwanda, a landlocked country in east-central Africa.\r\nTO GO WITH: 'Feature: Rwandan youth turn to bamboo business with Chinese mentorship' (Xinhua/Ji Li)
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