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A guest proposes on the red carpet of the 79th Venice Film Festival. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane

A guest proposes on the red carpet of the 79th Venice Film Festival. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane

A guest proposes on the red carpet of the 79th Venice Film Festival. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane
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Volunteers dance during the clean up of the House of a Culture in the village of Ivanivka, which was heavily damaged amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Chernihiv region, Ukraine. Members of the volunteers' movement Repair Together travel over regions, which were under Russian occupation, and help local residents to clean up damaged buildings under accompaniment of electronic music. REUTERS/Vladislav Musienko

Volunteers dance during the clean up of the House of a Culture in the village of Ivanivka, which was heavily dmore

Volunteers dance during the clean up of the House of a Culture in the village of Ivanivka, which was heavily damaged amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Chernihiv region, Ukraine. Members of the volunteers' movement Repair Together travel over regions, which were under Russian occupation, and help local residents to clean up damaged buildings under accompaniment of electronic music. REUTERS/Vladislav Musienko
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Shoji Morimoto who charges 10,000 yen ($71.30) per booking to accompany clients and simply exist as a companion, uses a mobile phone while meeting his client Aruna Chida at a cafe in Tokyo, Japan. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

Shoji Morimoto who charges 10,000 yen ($71.30) per booking to accompany clients and simply exist as a companiomore

Shoji Morimoto who charges 10,000 yen ($71.30) per booking to accompany clients and simply exist as a companion, uses a mobile phone while meeting his client Aruna Chida at a cafe in Tokyo, Japan. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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A yellow-billed oxpecker stands on a giraffe in the Masai Mara National Park, Kenya.  REUTERS/Baz Ratner

A yellow-billed oxpecker stands on a giraffe in the Masai Mara National Park, Kenya.  REUTERS/Baz Ratner

A yellow-billed oxpecker stands on a giraffe in the Masai Mara National Park, Kenya.  REUTERS/Baz Ratner
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A participant dances in costume during the West Indian Day parade in the Brooklyn borough of New York. REUTERS/David 'Dee' Delgado

A participant dances in costume during the West Indian Day parade in the Brooklyn borough of New York. REUTERSmore

A participant dances in costume during the West Indian Day parade in the Brooklyn borough of New York. REUTERS/David 'Dee' Delgado
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People pedal stationary bikes and generate up to 50% of the energy at a pop-up outdoor cinema in a park in Warsaw, Poland. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel

People pedal stationary bikes and generate up to 50% of the energy at a pop-up outdoor cinema in a park in Warmore

People pedal stationary bikes and generate up to 50% of the energy at a pop-up outdoor cinema in a park in Warsaw, Poland. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
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A group of friends who have attended Sir Syed University in Pakistan play a game of cricket in a shopping mall parking lot, the only space available with lights at midnight, when they can leave their homes after work and family duties, in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio

A group of friends who have attended Sir Syed University in Pakistan play a game of cricket in a shopping mallmore

A group of friends who have attended Sir Syed University in Pakistan play a game of cricket in a shopping mall parking lot, the only space available with lights at midnight, when they can leave their homes after work and family duties, in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio
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A sign reads "Danger! Mines!" at a beach as swans enjoy the waters of the Black Sea, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Koblevo near Mykolaiv, Ukraine. REUTERS/Umit Bektas

A sign reads "Danger! Mines!" at a beach as swans enjoy the waters of the Black Sea, amid Russia's invasion ofmore

A sign reads "Danger! Mines!" at a beach as swans enjoy the waters of the Black Sea, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Koblevo near Mykolaiv, Ukraine. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
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Chile's President Gabriel Boric talks to the media after voting during a referendum on a new Chilean constitution, in Punta Arenas, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Avendano

Chile's President Gabriel Boric talks to the media after voting during a referendum on a new Chilean constitutmore

Chile's President Gabriel Boric talks to the media after voting during a referendum on a new Chilean constitution, in Punta Arenas, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Avendano
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People pull a car through a water-logged road following torrential rains in Bengaluru, India. REUTERS/Stringer

People pull a car through a water-logged road following torrential rains in Bengaluru, India. REUTERS/Stringer

People pull a car through a water-logged road following torrential rains in Bengaluru, India. REUTERS/Stringer
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Monza's Marlon reacts during the Serie A match Monza v Atalanta. REUTERS/Daniele Mascolo

Monza's Marlon reacts during the Serie A match Monza v Atalanta. REUTERS/Daniele Mascolo

Monza's Marlon reacts during the Serie A match Monza v Atalanta. REUTERS/Daniele Mascolo
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Abdallaa Abu Dawh, 82, a former teacher at Egypt's Al-Azhar university who now works as an imam, reads in a library at his basement home which contains some 15,000 books collected in the course of his life, in the hope of making an impact by offering young men and women in his village in the Nile Delta books to read for free in Dakahlia governorate, north of Cairo, Egypt. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Abdallaa Abu Dawh, 82, a former teacher at Egypt's Al-Azhar university who now works as an imam, reads in a limore

Abdallaa Abu Dawh, 82, a former teacher at Egypt's Al-Azhar university who now works as an imam, reads in a library at his basement home which contains some 15,000 books collected in the course of his life, in the hope of making an impact by offering young men and women in his village in the Nile Delta books to read for free in Dakahlia governorate, north of Cairo, Egypt. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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Australia's Nick Kyrgios smashes his racket after his quarter final U.S. Open match against Russia's Karen Khachanov. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Australia's Nick Kyrgios smashes his racket after his quarter final U.S. Open match against Russia's Karen Khamore

Australia's Nick Kyrgios smashes his racket after his quarter final U.S. Open match against Russia's Karen Khachanov. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Death of Iranian woman Mahsa Amini sparks protests worldwide

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Russians protest in the streets against first military call-up since World War Two

Russians protest in the streets against first military call-up since World War Two

More than 100 people have been detained in anti-mobilization protests across Russia on Wednesday, a rights group said, hours after President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia's first military draft since World War Two.

Hurricane Fiona carves path of destruction through Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico

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Hurricane Fiona strengthened to a powerful Category 4 storm as it headed toward Bermuda after carving a destructive path through the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.

Ukraine's frontlines as Putin orders mobilization

Ukraine's frontlines as Putin orders mobilization

President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia's first wartime mobilisation since World War Two on Wednesday, shocking his countrymen with what Western countries described as an act of desperation in the face of a losing war.

In pictures: Oktoberfest returns after two-year hiatus

In pictures: Oktoberfest returns after two-year hiatus

Oktoberfest, the world's largest beer festival, kicks off for the first time since 2019, marking the end of a two-year hiatus as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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