COD GALBEN: 28-05-2020 ora 17 Intre 17:55 si 19:00 se va semnala local grindină de mici dimensiuni, descărcări electrice, averse ce vor cumula izolat 15...25 l/mp in Județul Gorj, Județul Vâlcea; COD GALBEN: 28-05-2020 ora 17 Intre 17:50 si 18:50 se va semnala frecvente descărcări electrice, averse ce vor cumula 15...20 l/mp, grindină de mici dimenisiuni in Județul Caraş-Severin; COD GALBEN: 28-05-2020 ora 17 Intre 17:50 si 18:40 se va semnala grindină de mici dimenisiuni și descărcări electrice, averse ce vor cumula 15...25 l/mp in Mun. Bucureşti; COD GALBEN: 28-05-2020 ora 17 Intre 17:25 si 18:30 se va semnala frecvent - grindină de mici dimenisiuni și descărcări electrice, averse ce vor cumula 20...30 l/mp in Județul Argeş, Județul Dâmboviţa; COD GALBEN: 28-05-2020 ora 17 Intre 17:10 si 18:10 se va semnala local grindină de mici dimensiuni, descărcări electrice, averse ce vor cumula izolat 15...25 l/mp in Județul Olt, Județul Vâlcea; COD GALBEN: 28-05-2020 ora 17 Intre 17:05 si 18:00 se va semnala frecvent - grindină de mici dimenisiuni și descărcări electrice in Județul Argeş, Județul Ilfov, Județul Teleorman, Județul Dâmboviţa; COD GALBEN: 28-05-2020 ora 16 Intre 16:55 si 18:00 se va semnala local - grindină de mici dimenisiuni și descărcări electrice in Județul Maramureş;

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ITALY PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19

ITALY PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epa08449844 Visitors observe the sharks tank at the Genoa aquarium which reopened today to the public in Genoa, Italy, 28 May 2020. Countries around the world, are gradually easing COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in an effort to restart their economy and help people in their daily routines after the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic. EPA/LUCA ZENNARO

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epaselect SOUTH KOREA CULTURE PALACE TOUR

epaselect SOUTH KOREA CULTURE PALACE TOURepaselect epa08449704 Visitors look around Changdeok Palace in central Seoul, 28 May 2020 evening, as the popular nighttime tours of the royal palaces in the capital resumed after months of suspension due to the coronavirus outbreak. EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT

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epaselect CHINA GOVERNMENT PARLIAMENT NATIONAL PEOPLES CONGRESS

epaselect CHINA GOVERNMENT PARLIAMENT NATIONAL PEOPLES CONGRESSepaselect epa08449670 An attendant wearing a protective face mask waits before the closing ceremony of the third session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, 28 May 2020. The NPC runs parallel to the annual plenary meetings of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC); they are together known as 'Lianghui' ('Two Meetings'). This year, both major political events, which were initially scheduled to be held in March, were postponed due to the ongoing pandemic of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. EPA/ROMAN PILIPEY

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epaselect INDONESIA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19epaselect epa08449658 An aerial picture taken with a drone shows graves of coronavirus victims at Pondok Ranggon cemetery in Jakarta, Indonesia, 28 May 2020. Countries around the world are taking increased measures to stem the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus causing the pandemic COVID-19 disease. EPA/ADI WEDA

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epaselect THAILAND CULTURE PANDEMIC CORANAVIRUS COVID19

epaselect THAILAND CULTURE PANDEMIC CORANAVIRUS COVID19

epaselect THAILAND CULTURE PANDEMIC CORANAVIRUS COVID19epaselect epa08449637 Thai dancers wearing protective face shields perform for worshippers offering prayers to Lord Brahma, at Erawan shrine, a popular tourist site in Bangkok, Thailand, 28 May 2020. Thailand has extended the state of emergency until the end of June, in an effort to lower the risk of another wave of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infections which causes the COVID-19 disease, as lockdown restrictions are being eased. EPA/DIEGO AZUBEL

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epaselect AUSTRALIA TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS

epaselect AUSTRALIA TRANSPORT ACCIDENTSepaselect epa08448834 Plastic containers wash up on the shoreline after the APL England cargo ship lost about 40 shipping containers in rough seas off the New South Wales (NSW) coast, in Port Botany, Sydney, Australia, 28 May 2020. EPA/JOEL CARRETT AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

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CZECH REPUBLIC TENNIS

CZECH REPUBLIC TENNIS

CZECH REPUBLIC TENNISepa08449842 Czech tennis player Karolina Muchova takes cover from the rain under a towel during the final match against her compatriot Petra Kvitova during the Czech Tennis President's Cup charity tournament in Prague, Czech Republic, 28 May 2020. EPA/MARTIN DIVISEK

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AUSTRIA TOURISM INDUSTRY HOTEL SACHER REOPENING

AUSTRIA TOURISM INDUSTRY HOTEL SACHER REOPENING

AUSTRIA TOURISM INDUSTRY HOTEL SACHER REOPENINGepa08449829 A cleaning woman wearing a facemask cleans a suite at the traditional Hotel Sacher in Vienna, Austria, 28 May 2020. Hotels in Austria are allowed to reopened under safety measures on 29 May, following a gradual easing of restrictions imposed due to the ongoing pandemic of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. EPA/FLORIAN WIESER

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epaselect AUSTRALIA RUGBY NRL

epaselect AUSTRALIA RUGBY NRLepaselect epa08449314 Maika Sivo (R) of the Eels scores a try during the Australian National Rugby League (NRL) match between the Brisbane Broncos and the Parramatta Eels in Brisbane, Australia, 28 May 2020. The NRL resumed play after a ten-week disruption due to the ongoing coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. EPA/DARREN ENGLAND AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

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epaselect AUSTRALIA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19 MUSEUM

epaselect AUSTRALIA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19 MUSEUM

epaselect AUSTRALIA PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID19 MUSEUMepaselect epa08448915 A member of the staff wears a face mask and gloves while preparing artworks ahead of the reopening of the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Australia, 28 May 2020. Art galleries and museums in the Australian capital will be able to again open their doors to the public starting on 30 May, as some of the measures implemented in a bid to slow down the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus are gradually lifted. EPA/LUKAS COCH NO ARCHIVING AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

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