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epaselect BRAZIL PARLIAMENT BOLSONARO CORONAVIRUS

epaselect BRAZIL PARLIAMENT BOLSONARO CORONAVIRUS

epaselect BRAZIL PARLIAMENT BOLSONARO CORONAVIRUSepaselect epa09534803 The rapporteur of the Parliamentary Investigation Commission (CPI) Senator Renan Calheiros during the reading of the final report investigating fraud during the COVID-19 pandemic involving the government of the president of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro, in the National Congress in Brasilia, Brazil, 20 October 2021. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro committed 'crimes against humanity' with his denial of a pandemic that killed more than 600,000 people in the country, concludes the report of a Senate commission that investigated the management of the health crisis. The report, written by Senator Renan Calheiros, instructor of the group, includes four ministers and 61 other people as accused, and denounces Bolsonaro for eight other crimes, including those classified as epidemic resulting in death, violation of sanitary measures, medical quackery and incitement to crime. EPA/JOEDSON ALVES

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epaselect GUATEMALA PROTESTS

epaselect GUATEMALA PROTESTS

epaselect GUATEMALA PROTESTSepaselect epa09534767 Photograph of burned cars in the Congress parking lot, after protests in Guatemala City, Guatemala, 20 October 2021. The Public Ministry (MP, Prosecutor's Office) of Guatemala investigates the forcible entry into Congress on 19 October by protesters and the subsequent burning of vehicles and offices within the Parliament facilities. EPA/EDWIN BERCIAN

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epaselect BRAZIL CORONAVIRUS BOLSONARO PROTESTS

epaselect BRAZIL CORONAVIRUS BOLSONARO PROTESTS

epaselect BRAZIL CORONAVIRUS BOLSONARO PROTESTSepaselect epa09534760 Protesters wear masks representing the president of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro painted as a skull during a demonstration rejecting the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, in Brasilia, Brazil, 20 October 2021.Trade unionists and students protested against the Government and demanded management against the pandemic during which more than 600 thousand deaths from covid-19 were registered in Brazil. EPA/JOEDSON ALVES

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epaselect ITALY ROME FILM FESTIVAL

epaselect ITALY ROME FILM FESTIVAL

epaselect ITALY ROME FILM FESTIVALepaselect epa09534730 Italian record producer Caterina Caselli arrives for the screening of 'Caterina Caselli - Una vita, cento vite' at the 16th annual Rome International Film Festival, in Rome, Italy, 20 October 2021. The film festival runs from 14 to 24 October. EPA/ETTORE FERRARI

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TUNISIATUNISPRESIDENTARAB LEAGUE SECRETARYGENERALMEETING

TUNISIATUNISPRESIDENTARAB LEAGUE SECRETARYGENERALMEETING

TUNISIATUNISPRESIDENTARAB LEAGUE SECRETARYGENERALMEETING(211020) -- TUNIS, Oct. 20, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Tunisian President Kais Saied (C, rear) meets with visiting Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul-Gheit (4th, L) in Tunis, Tunisia, on Oct. 20, 2021. During the meeting, Saied reiterated Tunisia's rejection of all forms of interference in its internal affairs, according to a statement released by the presidency. (Tunisian Presidency/Handout via Xinhua)
POLAND EUROPEAN FORUM FOR NEW IDEAS

POLAND EUROPEAN FORUM FOR NEW IDEAS

POLAND EUROPEAN FORUM FOR NEW IDEASepa09534945 Director General of BusinessEurope Markus Beyrer delivers a speech during the European Forum for New Ideas (EFNI) in Sopot, nothern Poland, 20 October 2021. EFNI is organized by the Lewiatan Confederation in collaboration with BusinessEurope, the City of Sopot. EPA/PIOTR WITTMAN POLAND OUT

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USA NEW YORK US ECONOMY HIRING

USA NEW YORK US ECONOMY HIRING

USA NEW YORK US ECONOMY HIRINGepa09534924 A street vendor (L) sits near a sign advertising job openings in a retail store in New York, New York, USA, 20 October 2021. The U.S. economy is continuing to struggle with the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic as the U.S. Labor Department reporting weaker than expected job growth in September, in part because of difficulties filing open jobs, as well as ongoing concerns about inflation and supply chain disruptions. EPA/JUSTIN LANE

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USA WHITE HOUSE BIDEN

USA WHITE HOUSE BIDEN

USA WHITE HOUSE BIDENepa09534915 US President Joe Biden (L) walks with Democratic Senator from Pennsylvania Bob Casey (R) outside the West Wing to depart the South Lawn of the White House by Marine One, in Washington, DC, USA, 20 October 2021. Biden travels to Scranton, Pennsylvania, to deliver remarks on his infrastructure plan and 'Build Back Better' agenda. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS / POOL

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HUNGARY NATURE

HUNGARY NATURE

HUNGARY NATUREepa09534899 The moon is rising over the Visegrad Royal palace as it is seen from Nagymaros, Hungary, 20 October 2021. EPA/PETER KOMKA HUNGARY OUT

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USNEW YORKSHIPPING CONTAINERSSUPPLY CHAIN

USNEW YORKSHIPPING CONTAINERSSUPPLY CHAIN

USNEW YORKSHIPPING CONTAINERSSUPPLY CHAIN(211020) -- NEW YORK, Oct. 20, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Sam Ruda, director of the Port Department of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, speaks in an interview in Lower Manhattan, New York City, the United States, on Oct. 19, 2021. The United States has been plagued by supply chain disruptions in recent months, and the White House has asked the Port of Los Angeles to become a 24-hour port, open seven days a week. However, with the approach of holidays, which will see surging demand across the country, the shipping-based supply chain remains under stress. (Xinhua/Zhang Mocheng) TO GO WITH Interview: Shipping containers should keep moving to avoid delay, says U.S. port official
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