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A man reacts as he tries to extinguish a burning Christmas tree, after protesters overran the nearby City University campus and smashed up glass panels in the adjacent Festival Walk shopping mall and set fire to the holiday display, in Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong, China November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

A man reacts as he tries to extinguish a burning Christmas tree, after protesters overran the nearby City Univmore

A man reacts as he tries to extinguish a burning Christmas tree, after protesters overran the nearby City University campus and smashed up glass panels in the adjacent Festival Walk shopping mall and set fire to the holiday display, in Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong, China November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, and William Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, are sworn in during a House Intelligence Committee public hearing in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump on Capitol Hill in Washington, November 13, 2019. In a disclosure that drew the most attention, Taylor pointed to Trump's keen interest in getting the eastern European ally to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, and reiterated his understanding that $391 million in U.S. security aid was withheld from Kiev unless it cooperated. REUTERS/Erin Scott

George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, and William Taylor, thmore

George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, and William Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, are sworn in during a House Intelligence Committee public hearing in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump on Capitol Hill in Washington, November 13, 2019. In a disclosure that drew the most attention, Taylor pointed to Trump's keen interest in getting the eastern European ally to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, and reiterated his understanding that $391 million in U.S. security aid was withheld from Kiev unless it cooperated. REUTERS/Erin Scott
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The flooded crypt of St. Mark's Basilica is pictured during exceptionally high water levels in Venice, Italy November 13, 2019. Venice's mayor declared a state of emergency after "apocalyptic" floods swept through the lagoon city, flooding its historic basilica and inundating squares and centuries-old buildings. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri

The flooded crypt of St. Mark's Basilica is pictured during exceptionally high water levels in Venice, Italy Nmore

The flooded crypt of St. Mark's Basilica is pictured during exceptionally high water levels in Venice, Italy November 13, 2019. Venice's mayor declared a state of emergency after "apocalyptic" floods swept through the lagoon city, flooding its historic basilica and inundating squares and centuries-old buildings. REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri
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Palestinians gather around the remains of a house destroyed in an Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza Strip November 13, 2019. Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad and Israel declared a halt to hostilities across the Gaza Strip border but a lasting ceasefire appeared tenuous as they differed on terms. Islamic Jihad said an Egyptian-mediated truce went into effect on November 14, about 48 hours after Israel triggered the exchange of fire by killing the Iranian-backed faction's top Gaza commander in an air strike, deeming him an imminent threat. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

Palestinians gather around the remains of a house destroyed in an Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza Strimore

Palestinians gather around the remains of a house destroyed in an Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza Strip November 13, 2019. Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad and Israel declared a halt to hostilities across the Gaza Strip border but a lasting ceasefire appeared tenuous as they differed on terms. Islamic Jihad said an Egyptian-mediated truce went into effect on November 14, about 48 hours after Israel triggered the exchange of fire by killing the Iranian-backed faction's top Gaza commander in an air strike, deeming him an imminent threat. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
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Bolivia's ousted President Evo Morales is welcomed by Mexico's Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard during his arrival in Mexico, in Mexico City, Mexico, November 12, 2019. Morales resigned on November 10 after a damning audit found electoral irregularities and the military withdrew its backing and urged him to step down to help restore calm to the country. Morales and his vice president Alvaro Garcia, who also resigned, are now in Mexico, which offered them asylum. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

Bolivia's ousted President Evo Morales is welcomed by Mexico's Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard during his arrimore

Bolivia's ousted President Evo Morales is welcomed by Mexico's Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard during his arrival in Mexico, in Mexico City, Mexico, November 12, 2019. Morales resigned on November 10 after a damning audit found electoral irregularities and the military withdrew its backing and urged him to step down to help restore calm to the country. Morales and his vice president Alvaro Garcia, who also resigned, are now in Mexico, which offered them asylum. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
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A demonstrator dives to the ground from a water cannon during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, Chile November 11, 2019. The country's four weeks of intense unrest started over a hike in public transport fares but have broadened to encompass grievances over low wages, the high cost of living and social inequality. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

A demonstrator dives to the ground from a water cannon during a protest against Chile's government in Santiagomore

A demonstrator dives to the ground from a water cannon during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, Chile November 11, 2019. The country's four weeks of intense unrest started over a hike in public transport fares but have broadened to encompass grievances over low wages, the high cost of living and social inequality. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva waves the Brazilian flag after being released from prison in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil November 9, 2019. A judge ordered that Lula be freed, after the country's top court issued a broader ruling ending the mandatory imprisonment of convicted criminals after they lose their first appeal. Lula had been imprisoned on a corruption conviction, bearing a nearly nine-year sentence. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva waves the Brazilian flag after being released from prisonmore

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva waves the Brazilian flag after being released from prison in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil November 9, 2019. A judge ordered that Lula be freed, after the country's top court issued a broader ruling ending the mandatory imprisonment of convicted criminals after they lose their first appeal. Lula had been imprisoned on a corruption conviction, bearing a nearly nine-year sentence. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
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Sharnie Moren and her 18-month-old daughter Charlotte look on as thick smoke rises from bushfires near Nana Glen, near Coffs Harbour, Australia, November 12, 2019. Wildfires in New South Wales and Queensland states have killed four people, destroyed hundreds of homes and wiped out 2.5 million acres of farmland and bush over the past week. The fires have been fueled by tinder-dry conditions after three years of drought that experts say has been exacerbated by climate change, a factor that has sparked a sharp political debate in recent days. AAP Image/Dan Peled/via REUTERS

Sharnie Moren and her 18-month-old daughter Charlotte look on as thick smoke rises from bushfires near Nana Glmore

Sharnie Moren and her 18-month-old daughter Charlotte look on as thick smoke rises from bushfires near Nana Glen, near Coffs Harbour, Australia, November 12, 2019. Wildfires in New South Wales and Queensland states have killed four people, destroyed hundreds of homes and wiped out 2.5 million acres of farmland and bush over the past week. The fires have been fueled by tinder-dry conditions after three years of drought that experts say has been exacerbated by climate change, a factor that has sparked a sharp political debate in recent days. AAP Image/Dan Peled/via REUTERS
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U.S. President Donald Trump welcomes Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan at the White House in Washington, November 13, 2019. After the much anticipated meeting, both leaders fell short of explaining in concrete terms how they would overcome the mounting differences they have on numerous issues, from Erdogan's incursion in Syria against America's Kurdish allies to Turkey's purchase of the Russian S-400 missile defense system. REUTERS/Tom Brenner

U.S. President Donald Trump welcomes Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan at the White House in Washington, Novemmore

U.S. President Donald Trump welcomes Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan at the White House in Washington, November 13, 2019. After the much anticipated meeting, both leaders fell short of explaining in concrete terms how they would overcome the mounting differences they have on numerous issues, from Erdogan's incursion in Syria against America's Kurdish allies to Turkey's purchase of the Russian S-400 missile defense system. REUTERS/Tom Brenner
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A supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro fights with an opposition leader Juan Guaido's supporter outside the Venezuelan embassy in Brasilia, Brazil, November 13, 2019. Backers of Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido left the embassy after a tense 11-hour standoff that created a diplomatic embarrassment for Brazil's right-wing government. Brazil's foreign ministry said a diplomat it sent to mediate a peaceful end to the dispute managed to convince the group of 10 people to leave the mission. Representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro later regained access to the building, creating a tricky situation for Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro, who has recognized Guaido as the legitimate leader of Venezuela. The incident caused scuffles outside the embassy in an embarrassment for Brazil's government as it hosts the BRICS summit of major emerging economies in the capital. Leaders Xi Jinping of China and Vladimir Putin of Russia, who support Maduro, attended the event. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

A supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro fights with an opposition leader Juan Guaido's supporter omore

A supporter of Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro fights with an opposition leader Juan Guaido's supporter outside the Venezuelan embassy in Brasilia, Brazil, November 13, 2019. Backers of Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido left the embassy after a tense 11-hour standoff that created a diplomatic embarrassment for Brazil's right-wing government. Brazil's foreign ministry said a diplomat it sent to mediate a peaceful end to the dispute managed to convince the group of 10 people to leave the mission. Representatives of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro later regained access to the building, creating a tricky situation for Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro, who has recognized Guaido as the legitimate leader of Venezuela. The incident caused scuffles outside the embassy in an embarrassment for Brazil's government as it hosts the BRICS summit of major emerging economies in the capital. Leaders Xi Jinping of China and Vladimir Putin of Russia, who support Maduro, attended the event. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
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Mohammad Said Yasseen, an Iraqi demonstrator, poses for a photograph during the ongoing anti-government protests in Baghdad, Iraq, November 5, 2019. "We are only carrying flags, we don't have anything else in our hands. But they keep hitting us -- we've had at least seven martyrs here. ... I want my rights, we are being oppressed. We have nothing: no schools, no decent hospitals, no riches for the people. They only know how to steal -- and they steal from us, leaving us with nothing. We are only asking for education and health. We have to get rid of the corrupt ones. Without that, there's no solution. We want a civil state -- we don't want corrupt parties and corrupt politicians. I want these youths to govern us. If we don't execute these corrupt officials, then we won't succeed," he said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

Mohammad Said Yasseen, an Iraqi demonstrator, poses for a photograph during the ongoing anti-government protesmore

Mohammad Said Yasseen, an Iraqi demonstrator, poses for a photograph during the ongoing anti-government protests in Baghdad, Iraq, November 5, 2019. "We are only carrying flags, we don't have anything else in our hands. But they keep hitting us -- we've had at least seven martyrs here. ... I want my rights, we are being oppressed. We have nothing: no schools, no decent hospitals, no riches for the people. They only know how to steal -- and they steal from us, leaving us with nothing. We are only asking for education and health. We have to get rid of the corrupt ones. Without that, there's no solution. We want a civil state -- we don't want corrupt parties and corrupt politicians. I want these youths to govern us. If we don't execute these corrupt officials, then we won't succeed," he said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
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DACA plaintiffs walk arm-in-arm down from the U.S. Supreme Court after justices heard oral arguments in the consolidation of three cases before the court regarding the Trump administration's bid to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in Washington, November 12, 2019. DACA, launched in 2012 by Democratic former President Barack Obama, provides roughly 661,000 such immigrants with deportation protection and work permits. Trump, a Republican known for his hardline immigration policies, announced plans in September 2017 to phase out DACA, but was blocked by lower courts. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

DACA plaintiffs walk arm-in-arm down from the U.S. Supreme Court after justices heard oral arguments in the comore

DACA plaintiffs walk arm-in-arm down from the U.S. Supreme Court after justices heard oral arguments in the consolidation of three cases before the court regarding the Trump administration's bid to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in Washington, November 12, 2019. DACA, launched in 2012 by Democratic former President Barack Obama, provides roughly 661,000 such immigrants with deportation protection and work permits. Trump, a Republican known for his hardline immigration policies, announced plans in September 2017 to phase out DACA, but was blocked by lower courts. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Lance Corporal James Duggan, 23, of the United States Marine Corps, speaks with Sergeant Michael Sulsona, 67, a Marine Corps Vietnam War veteran and recipient of a Purple Heart and Bronze Star, before the Veterans Day Parade in Manhattan, New York City, November 11, 2019. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Lance Corporal James Duggan, 23, of the United States Marine Corps, speaks with Sergeant Michael Sulsona, 67, more

Lance Corporal James Duggan, 23, of the United States Marine Corps, speaks with Sergeant Michael Sulsona, 67, a Marine Corps Vietnam War veteran and recipient of a Purple Heart and Bronze Star, before the Veterans Day Parade in Manhattan, New York City, November 11, 2019. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Members of the Haiti national cycling team take a break from a training session in front of a vintage car with tourists in Havana, Cuba, November 1, 2019. Cycling is not an easy sport to practice in Haiti, a country wracked by poverty, natural catastrophes and political instability. But change is afoot after a competition in Havana, where Haiti's national team put in their best performance ever at the Caribbean Road Cycling Championship, thanks to a new program created by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) that fosters the sport in small, developing nations. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini

Members of the Haiti national cycling team take a break from a training session in front of a vintage car withmore

Members of the Haiti national cycling team take a break from a training session in front of a vintage car with tourists in Havana, Cuba, November 1, 2019. Cycling is not an easy sport to practice in Haiti, a country wracked by poverty, natural catastrophes and political instability. But change is afoot after a competition in Havana, where Haiti's national team put in their best performance ever at the Caribbean Road Cycling Championship, thanks to a new program created by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) that fosters the sport in small, developing nations. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
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Hindu devotees sit together on the floor of a temple to observe Rakher Upabash, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

Hindu devotees sit together on the floor of a temple to observe Rakher Upabash, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Novembermore

Hindu devotees sit together on the floor of a temple to observe Rakher Upabash, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
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A migrant stands in front of the main tent inside Vucjak camp near Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, November 13, 2019. Hundreds of migrants from the Middle East and Asia living in a freezing camp in the forests of Bosnia are short of food and bedding and at growing risk as the bitter Balkan winter approaches, aid workers say. Bosnia has faced an upsurge in migrant numbers since Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia closed their borders against undocumented immigration. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

A migrant stands in front of the main tent inside Vucjak camp near Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, November 13,more

A migrant stands in front of the main tent inside Vucjak camp near Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, November 13, 2019. Hundreds of migrants from the Middle East and Asia living in a freezing camp in the forests of Bosnia are short of food and bedding and at growing risk as the bitter Balkan winter approaches, aid workers say. Bosnia has faced an upsurge in migrant numbers since Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia closed their borders against undocumented immigration. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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A still image from a social media video shows a police officer aiming his gun at a protester in Hong Kong, China November 11, 2019. Police fired live rounds at close range at protesters in Sai Wan Ho on the eastern side of Hong Kong island and one 21-year-old protester was wounded. Police said the victim was in critical condition. Video footage showed a protester wearing a white hoodie and mask walks towards a policeman, as if to challenge him. The officer draws his gun and points it at him at close range and grabs him round the neck. As the officer holds the man with his left hand, he shoots another approaching masked protester at close range with his right hand. Three shots ring out and the man falls to the ground. The fallen man is pinned to the ground by an officer holding a gun to his head. The man in white escapes. CUPID PRODUCER via REUTERS

A still image from a social media video shows a police officer aiming his gun at a protester in Hong Kong, Chimore

A still image from a social media video shows a police officer aiming his gun at a protester in Hong Kong, China November 11, 2019. Police fired live rounds at close range at protesters in Sai Wan Ho on the eastern side of Hong Kong island and one 21-year-old protester was wounded. Police said the victim was in critical condition. Video footage showed a protester wearing a white hoodie and mask walks towards a policeman, as if to challenge him. The officer draws his gun and points it at him at close range and grabs him round the neck. As the officer holds the man with his left hand, he shoots another approaching masked protester at close range with his right hand. Three shots ring out and the man falls to the ground. The fallen man is pinned to the ground by an officer holding a gun to his head. The man in white escapes. CUPID PRODUCER via REUTERS
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Carmen Perez cries while sitting next to three-month-old Euvis Gabriel, the baby of her son Euvis Peroza, who died after officers of the Special Action Force of the Venezuelan National Police (FAES) shot him, in Barquisimeto, Venezuela September 19, 2019. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Carmen Perez cries while sitting next to three-month-old Euvis Gabriel, the baby of her son Euvis Peroza, who more

Carmen Perez cries while sitting next to three-month-old Euvis Gabriel, the baby of her son Euvis Peroza, who died after officers of the Special Action Force of the Venezuelan National Police (FAES) shot him, in Barquisimeto, Venezuela September 19, 2019. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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Erik Prince arrives for the New York Young Republican Club Gala at The Yale Club of New York City in Manhattan, November 7, 2019. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Erik Prince arrives for the New York Young Republican Club Gala at The Yale Club of New York City in Manhattanmore

Erik Prince arrives for the New York Young Republican Club Gala at The Yale Club of New York City in Manhattan, November 7, 2019. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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A relative reacts during the burial of Rhonita Miller and her children Howard, Kristal, Titus and Teana, who were killed by unknown assailants, in LeBaron, Chihuahua, Mexico November 8, 2019. Members of a breakaway Mormon community tucked in the hills of northern Mexico buried the last of their dead after a devastating massacre, and some headed for safer ground in the United States. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez

A relative reacts during the burial of Rhonita Miller and her children Howard, Kristal, Titus and Teana, who wmore

A relative reacts during the burial of Rhonita Miller and her children Howard, Kristal, Titus and Teana, who were killed by unknown assailants, in LeBaron, Chihuahua, Mexico November 8, 2019. Members of a breakaway Mormon community tucked in the hills of northern Mexico buried the last of their dead after a devastating massacre, and some headed for safer ground in the United States. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
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Week in sports

Sports action from around the world this week.

2019年 11月 19日

Iraqi protesters retake bridge and block port

Iraqi protesters occupied part of a main bridge in Baghdad on Saturday and more protesters blocked entry to Iraq's main commodities port Monday while schools...

2019年 11月 19日

Ousted ambassador testifies in Trump impeachment hearings

A second day of televised impeachment hearings opened in the House of Representatives with the spotlight on Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to...

2019年 11月 16日

Protesters barricade Hong Kong university campuses

Hong Kong protesters have turned several universities into fortresses, stockpiled with petrol bombs and bows and arrows, amid some of the worst violence in the...

2019年 11月 16日

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Pictures of the year: Protests

Pictures of the year: Protests

Our top photos of protests this past year.

Bodies retrieved from New Zealand volcanic island

Bodies retrieved from New Zealand volcanic island

A New Zealand military team in gas masks and hazmat suits recovered six bodies on Friday from the volcanic island that fatally erupted earlier this week, as doctors worked to save badly burned survivors.

UK destined for Brexit as Johnson wins big

UK destined for Brexit as Johnson wins big

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party won a resounding victory in Britain's election after voters backed his bid to deliver Brexit on Jan. 31, the country's most significant geopolitical move in 70 years.

Eagle hunting in Kazakhstan

Eagle hunting in Kazakhstan

Hunters use tamed golden eagles and hawks during a traditional hunting contest in Kazakhstan.

Violence in Chile resurges

Violence in Chile resurges

The unrest, the worst faced by Chile since it emerged from dictatorship in 1990, has left at least 26 dead and caused more than $1.5 billion in business losses, devastating the economy.

Photos of the week

Photos of the week

Our top photos from the past week.

New Zealand mourns after deadly volcano eruption

New Zealand mourns after deadly volcano eruption

The death toll is seen at 16 people and more than 20 are in hospital after a volcano erupted on White Island, where ongoing seismic activity is preventing teams from recovering eight people missing and presumed dead.

Pictures of the year: U.S. politics

Pictures of the year: U.S. politics

Our top U.S. politics photos from the past year.

Greta Thunberg named Time's Person of the Year

Greta Thunberg named Time's Person of the Year

A look at the activism of Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old activist from Sweden who has urged immediate action to address a global climate crisis and was named Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2019.

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