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GUATEMALA MIGRATORY CRISIS

GUATEMALA MIGRATORY CRISIS

GUATEMALA MIGRATORY CRISISepa08950131 Groups of people part of the so-called migrant caravans are returned to Honduras by the Guatemalan military, in El Florido, Guatemala, 19 January 2021. In the last five days, more than 3,200 migrants who made up the caravan that sought to reach the United States have been returned from Guatemala to Honduras, the Guatemalan immigration authority said 19 January. At least 461 of the migrants returned to Honduras and referred to the immigration entity are minors who did travel accompanied, specified the Guatemalan Migration Institute (IGM) in its report, which adds data from the Defense and Interior ministries. EPA/Esteban Biba

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POLAND RELIGION EPIPHANY

POLAND RELIGION EPIPHANY

POLAND RELIGION EPIPHANYepa08949994 The Archbishop and Metropolitan of Przemysl-Warsaw of the Greek Catholic rite, Fr. Archbishop Eugeniusz Popowicz (C) and Auxiliary Bishop of the Przemysl Archdiocese, Fr. Bishop Stanis=aw Jamrozek (L) participate in the celebration of the Epiphany in Przemysl, Poland 19 January 2021. This year, due to the pandemic coronavirus situation in Poland, the traditional procession to the San River did not take place. And the rite of consecrating water itself took place before orthodox church. According to the Julian calendar, Eastern Christians celebrate the Baptism of Jesus Christ, i.e. Jordan's Day. It is one of the twelve most important holidays in the liturgical year of Eastern Christianity. EPA/DAREK DELMANOWICZ POLAND OUT

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SAUDI ARABIA SOCCER SAUDI PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

SAUDI ARABIA SOCCER SAUDI PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

SAUDI ARABIA SOCCER SAUDI PROFESSIONAL LEAGUEepa08949959 Al-Ahli's player Motaz Hawsawi (L) in action against Abha's Carlos Strandberg (R) during the Saudi Professional League soccer match between Al-Ahli and Abha at King Abdullah Sport City Stadium, 30 kilometers north of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 19 January 2021. EPA/STR

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BRAZIL PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19

BRAZIL PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19

BRAZIL PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19epa08949847 Relatives of patients infected with Covid-19 wait for hours since early in the morning to refill their oxygen cylinders at the Carboxi company, in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, on 19 January 2021. An air, river and terrestrial fleet began on 19 January the distribution of vaccines against covid in the collapsed Brazilian state of Amazonas, vaccines that will have to reach the most distant villages, a tremendous task due to the difficulties imposed by the largest jungle on the planet. EPA/RAPHAEL ALVES

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NETHERLANDS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISCUSSES BENEFITS AFFAIR

NETHERLANDS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISCUSSES BENEFITS AFFAIR

NETHERLANDS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISCUSSES BENEFITS AFFAIRepa08949784 (VLNR) Resigning Minister of Finance Wopke Hoekstra (CDA), resigning Minister of Economic Affairs Bas van t Wout, Geert Wilders (PVV), resigning Prime Minister Mark Rutte and resigning State Secretary Alexandra van Huffelen of Finance in the House of Representatives during a debate about the benefits affair, in The Hague, the Netherlands, 19 January 2021. The cabinet has resigned as a result of the report of the parliamentary committee on the affair. EPA/Bart Maat

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MEXICO MIGRATION

MEXICO MIGRATION

MEXICO MIGRATIONepa08949782 A handout combo photo made available by the National Migration Institute (INM) shows an assisted return of migrants of Honduran origin, at the Villahermosa International Airport in the state of Tabasco, Mexico, 19 January 2021. The National Institute of Migration (INM) of the Mexican government deported 136 Hondurans on 19 January amid the advance of the first migrant caravans of the year from Central America to the United States. EPA/National Migration Institute (INM) / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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MEXICO PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19 VACCINES

MEXICO PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19 VACCINES

MEXICO PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS COVID 19 VACCINESepa08949751 A handout picture provided by the Presidency of Mexico shows the president of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, during a press conference in the National Palace, in Mexico City, Mexico, 19 January 2021. Mexico will have more than 21.3 million vaccines against covid-19 by the end of March despite the reduction in the delivery of doses of the antidote from Pfizer, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard explained on 19 January, who reiterated that there are agreements with several pharmaceutical companies. EPA/Presidency of Mexico HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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epaselect SPAIN SUNSET

epaselect SPAIN SUNSET

epaselect SPAIN SUNSETepaselect epa08949656 A person takes a stroll by the seashore as the sun sets in El Masnou, Barcelona, Spain, 19 January 2021. EPA/Enric Fontcuberta

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epaselect BOSNIA WEATHER

epaselect BOSNIA WEATHER

epaselect BOSNIA WEATHERepaselect epa08949510 One of Sarajevo's main cemeteries ''Ravne Bakije'' under snow in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 19 January 2021. Streets in Bosnian capital were covered with snow. EPA/FEHIM DEMIR

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epaselect NIGERIA CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19

epaselect NIGERIA CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19

epaselect NIGERIA CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC COVID19epaselect epa08949512 A man lifts a piece of painting in a frame on his shoulder as he walks along a road without a facemask in the Ikeja district in Lagos, Nigeria 19 January 2021. Despite the increasing cases of coronavirus in Nigeria, many people don't believe the pandemic is real, citing it as an avenue for government officials and politicians to steal the state funds. EPA/AKINTUNDE AKINLEYE

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