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A demonstrator skateboards in front of a burning police vehicle during a protest against a new proposed policing bill, in Bristol, Britain, March 21, 2021. Thousands of demonstrators had converged on the city center, ignoring COVID-19 restrictions, to protest against a government bill going through parliament that would give police new powers to restrict street protests. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra

A demonstrator skateboards in front of a burning police vehicle during a protest against a new proposed policimore

A demonstrator skateboards in front of a burning police vehicle during a protest against a new proposed policing bill, in Bristol, Britain, March 21, 2021. Thousands of demonstrators had converged on the city center, ignoring COVID-19 restrictions, to protest against a government bill going through parliament that would give police new powers to restrict street protests. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra
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Flood affected areas are seen from a helicopter in the Windsor area near Sydney, Australia, March 24, 2021. Relentless rains for five straight days - the worst downpour in more than half a century - burst river banks, inundating homes, roads, bridges and farms and cutting off entire towns in Australia's east. More than 40,000 people were forced to move to safe zones and two men were killed after their cars became trapped in floodwaters. Lukas Coch/Pool via REUTERS

Flood affected areas are seen from a helicopter in the Windsor area near Sydney, Australia, March 24, 2021. Remore

Flood affected areas are seen from a helicopter in the Windsor area near Sydney, Australia, March 24, 2021. Relentless rains for five straight days - the worst downpour in more than half a century - burst river banks, inundating homes, roads, bridges and farms and cutting off entire towns in Australia's east. More than 40,000 people were forced to move to safe zones and two men were killed after their cars became trapped in floodwaters. Lukas Coch/Pool via REUTERS
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A member of Extinction Rebellion Red Rebel Brigade protests against fracking gas outside Government Buildings in Dublin, Ireland, March 23, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne

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A member of Extinction Rebellion Red Rebel Brigade protests against fracking gas outside Government Buildings in Dublin, Ireland, March 23, 2021. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
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A Rohingya refugee boy sits on a stack of burned material after a massive fire broke out in a Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, March 24, 2021. The blaze left over 300 people missing, according to the United Nations, with tens of thousands left without shelter in the world's largest refugee camp, where more than a million Rohingya live after fleeing persecution in their native Myanmar. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

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A Rohingya refugee boy sits on a stack of burned material after a massive fire broke out in a Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, March 24, 2021. The blaze left over 300 people missing, according to the United Nations, with tens of thousands left without shelter in the world's largest refugee camp, where more than a million Rohingya live after fleeing persecution in their native Myanmar. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
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A volcano erupts in Geldingadalur, Reykjanes peninsula, Iceland March 20, 2021. Thousands of Icelanders have flocked to the volcanic site to watch rare lava fountains and even to cook a meal on the scorching crust of magma. Kristinn Magnusson/mbl.is via REUTERS

A volcano erupts in Geldingadalur, Reykjanes peninsula, Iceland March 20, 2021. Thousands of Icelanders have fmore

A volcano erupts in Geldingadalur, Reykjanes peninsula, Iceland March 20, 2021. Thousands of Icelanders have flocked to the volcanic site to watch rare lava fountains and even to cook a meal on the scorching crust of magma. Kristinn Magnusson/mbl.is via REUTERS
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First responder Robson Felix da Silva, member of an Emergency Mobile Care Service (SAMU) team, resuscitates a patient suspected to have COVID-19 in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil March 24, 2021. Latin America's biggest country has the world's second-highest coronavirus death toll after the United States with over 300,000 deaths. Brazil has become the global epicenter of COVID-19 deaths, with one in four global fatalities currently a Brazilian. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

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First responder Robson Felix da Silva, member of an Emergency Mobile Care Service (SAMU) team, resuscitates a patient suspected to have COVID-19 in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil March 24, 2021. Latin America's biggest country has the world's second-highest coronavirus death toll after the United States with over 300,000 deaths. Brazil has become the global epicenter of COVID-19 deaths, with one in four global fatalities currently a Brazilian. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
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Veronica Hebert places flowers on the car of Officer Eric Talley, who was killed during a mass shooting in King Soopers grocery store, at Boulder Police Department in Boulder, Colorado, March 23, 2021. A 21-year-old man is accused of killing 10 people in a hail of bullets at the supermarket, marking the second deadly U.S. mass shooting in a week and adding to the state's tragic history of lethal gun violence. REUTERS/Alyson McClaran

Veronica Hebert places flowers on the car of Officer Eric Talley, who was killed during a mass shooting in Kinmore

Veronica Hebert places flowers on the car of Officer Eric Talley, who was killed during a mass shooting in King Soopers grocery store, at Boulder Police Department in Boulder, Colorado, March 23, 2021. A 21-year-old man is accused of killing 10 people in a hail of bullets at the supermarket, marking the second deadly U.S. mass shooting in a week and adding to the state's tragic history of lethal gun violence. REUTERS/Alyson McClaran
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Workers are seen next to a container ship, which was hit by strong wind and ran aground in the Suez Canal, Egypt March 24, 2021. The 400-meter-long Ever Given blocking the canal is like a "beached whale" and may take weeks to free, a salvage company said, as officials stopped all ships entering the channel in a new setback for global trade. Suez Canal Authority/Handout via REUTERS

Workers are seen next to a container ship, which was hit by strong wind and ran aground in the Suez Canal, Egymore

Workers are seen next to a container ship, which was hit by strong wind and ran aground in the Suez Canal, Egypt March 24, 2021. The 400-meter-long Ever Given blocking the canal is like a "beached whale" and may take weeks to free, a salvage company said, as officials stopped all ships entering the channel in a new setback for global trade. Suez Canal Authority/Handout via REUTERS
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Loretta Johnson prays at the Faith Temple Church in the Fifth Ward, known as the historic Black community, in Evanston, Illinois, March 17, 2021. In 1955, Johnson was not allowed to be born at the local hospital in Evanston where her father worked, instead she was born at Cook County Hospital. Evanston has become the first U.S. city to offer reparation money to Black residents whose families suffered lasting damage from decades of segregation and discriminatory practices. The city council voted to begin distributing $400,000 to eligible Black residents through $25,000 grants for home repairs, down payments or mortgage payments in a nod toward addressing historically racist housing policies. REUTERS/Eileen T. Meslar

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Loretta Johnson prays at the Faith Temple Church in the Fifth Ward, known as the historic Black community, in Evanston, Illinois, March 17, 2021. In 1955, Johnson was not allowed to be born at the local hospital in Evanston where her father worked, instead she was born at Cook County Hospital. Evanston has become the first U.S. city to offer reparation money to Black residents whose families suffered lasting damage from decades of segregation and discriminatory practices. The city council voted to begin distributing $400,000 to eligible Black residents through $25,000 grants for home repairs, down payments or mortgage payments in a nod toward addressing historically racist housing policies. REUTERS/Eileen T. Meslar
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A woman poses for a portrait during a Rally Against Hate to end discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in New York City, March 21, 2021. REUTERS/Eric Lee

A woman poses for a portrait during a Rally Against Hate to end discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacmore

A woman poses for a portrait during a Rally Against Hate to end discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in New York City, March 21, 2021. REUTERS/Eric Lee
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Men throw colored powder at each other during Lathmar Holi celebrations in the town of Nandgaon, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India, March 24, 2021. REUTERS/K. K. Arora

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Men throw colored powder at each other during Lathmar Holi celebrations in the town of Nandgaon, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India, March 24, 2021. REUTERS/K. K. Arora
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The Christ the Redeemer statue is seen during restoration work ahead of its 90th year atop Corcovado Mountain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 24, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

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The Christ the Redeemer statue is seen during restoration work ahead of its 90th year atop Corcovado Mountain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 24, 2021. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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Asylum-seeking migrant families from Central America line up to be transported from a makeshift U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing center under the Anzalduas International Bridge after crossing the Rio Grande into the United States from Mexico in Granjeno, Texas, March 24, 2021. A sharp rise in the number of migrants fleeing violence, natural disasters and economic hardship in Central America is testing Biden's commitment to a more humane immigration policy than Trump's. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Asylum-seeking migrant families from Central America line up to be transported from a makeshift U.S. Customs amore

Asylum-seeking migrant families from Central America line up to be transported from a makeshift U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing center under the Anzalduas International Bridge after crossing the Rio Grande into the United States from Mexico in Granjeno, Texas, March 24, 2021. A sharp rise in the number of migrants fleeing violence, natural disasters and economic hardship in Central America is testing Biden's commitment to a more humane immigration policy than Trump's. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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A woman votes from her car at a special mobile polling station for Israelis in quarantine or infected with the coronavirus in the general election in Haifa, Israel March 23, 2021. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's prospects for another term looked uncertain after partial results from Israel's fourth national election in two years projected no clear path to victory. REUTERS/Ammar Awad

A woman votes from her car at a special mobile polling station for Israelis in quarantine or infected with themore

A woman votes from her car at a special mobile polling station for Israelis in quarantine or infected with the coronavirus in the general election in Haifa, Israel March 23, 2021. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's prospects for another term looked uncertain after partial results from Israel's fourth national election in two years projected no clear path to victory. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
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Police officers detain a man as they enforce an 8 p.m. curfew imposed by local authorities on spring break festivities in Miami Beach, Florida, March 20, 2021. Officials ordered the curfew after young spring breakers by the thousands thronged city streets, spawning a wave of unruly behavior, drunken brawls, vandalism and arrests. REUTERS/Marco Bello

Police officers detain a man as they enforce an 8 p.m. curfew imposed by local authorities on spring break fesmore

Police officers detain a man as they enforce an 8 p.m. curfew imposed by local authorities on spring break festivities in Miami Beach, Florida, March 20, 2021. Officials ordered the curfew after young spring breakers by the thousands thronged city streets, spawning a wave of unruly behavior, drunken brawls, vandalism and arrests. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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10-year-old Fiammetta attends her online lessons surrounded by her shepherd father's herd of goats in the mountains, while schools are closed due to coronavirus restrictions, in Caldes, northern Italy, March 20, 2021. Martina Valentini - Val di Sole press office/ Handout via REUTERS

10-year-old Fiammetta attends her online lessons surrounded by her shepherd father's herd of goats in the mounmore

10-year-old Fiammetta attends her online lessons surrounded by her shepherd father's herd of goats in the mountains, while schools are closed due to coronavirus restrictions, in Caldes, northern Italy, March 20, 2021. Martina Valentini - Val di Sole press office/ Handout via REUTERS
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Phillip Alviola, a bat ecologist among a group of researchers who call themselves the "virus hunters" and aim to stop the next pandemic, holds a bat that was captured from Mount Makiling in Los Banos, Laguna province, Philippines, March 5, 2021. "What we're trying to look into are other strains of coronavirus that have the potential to jump to humans," said Alviola. "If we know the virus itself and we know where it came from, we know how to isolate that virus geographically." REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez

Phillip Alviola, a bat ecologist among a group of researchers who call themselves the "virus hunters" and aim more

Phillip Alviola, a bat ecologist among a group of researchers who call themselves the "virus hunters" and aim to stop the next pandemic, holds a bat that was captured from Mount Makiling in Los Banos, Laguna province, Philippines, March 5, 2021. "What we're trying to look into are other strains of coronavirus that have the potential to jump to humans," said Alviola. "If we know the virus itself and we know where it came from, we know how to isolate that virus geographically." REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez
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Penny Parkin, 69, who was exposed to the coronavirus on March 23, 2020, and continues to suffer long-term effects of COVID-19, takes her daily afternoon nap while her husband, John Parkin, 85, reads the newspaper in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, March 17, 2021. "When I tell my husband that I'm really tired he says to stop what you're doing and just lie down," said Parkin. REUTERS/Hannah Beier

Penny Parkin, 69, who was exposed to the coronavirus on March 23, 2020, and continues to suffer long-term effemore

Penny Parkin, 69, who was exposed to the coronavirus on March 23, 2020, and continues to suffer long-term effects of COVID-19, takes her daily afternoon nap while her husband, John Parkin, 85, reads the newspaper in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, March 17, 2021. "When I tell my husband that I'm really tired he says to stop what you're doing and just lie down," said Parkin. REUTERS/Hannah Beier
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Peach trees blossom in a field in Veria, Greece, March 17, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

Peach trees blossom in a field in Veria, Greece, March 17, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

Peach trees blossom in a field in Veria, Greece, March 17, 2021. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
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Bride and groom Kate Fotheringham and Wayne Bell kiss in front of a flooded bridge that had blocked their five-minute drive into town, requiring a rescue by helicopter to get them to the church on time, in Port Macquarie, Australia, March 20, 2021. Amanda Hibbard, Kate Fotheringham via REUTERS

Bride and groom Kate Fotheringham and Wayne Bell kiss in front of a flooded bridge that had blocked their fivemore

Bride and groom Kate Fotheringham and Wayne Bell kiss in front of a flooded bridge that had blocked their five-minute drive into town, requiring a rescue by helicopter to get them to the church on time, in Port Macquarie, Australia, March 20, 2021. Amanda Hibbard, Kate Fotheringham via REUTERS
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Anti-government protests continue to roil Colombia

Anti-government protests continue to roil Colombia

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Deadly mass shooting at school in Russia

Deadly mass shooting at school in Russia

At least nine people, including seven children, were killed and many more wounded after a lone teenage gunman opened fire in a school in the Russian city of Kazan.

India's brutal COVID wave spreads to small towns

India's brutal COVID wave spreads to small towns

India's brutal second wave has reached the small towns and the countryside, ripping through a fragile health system not equipped to deal with such a large public health crisis.

A Peruvian family's COVID nightmare

A Peruvian family's COVID nightmare

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Nepal overwhelmed by second wave of COVID infections

Nepal struggles with a shortage of oxygen, cylinders and ICU beds as it's hit with a second wave of the coronavirus.

Violence erupts at al-Aqsa mosque as Israel marks Jerusalem Day

Violence erupts at al-Aqsa mosque as Israel marks Jerusalem Day

Palestinian protesters threw rocks and Israeli police fired stun grenades and rubber bullets in clashes outside al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem as Israel marked the anniversary of its capture of parts of the city in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.

Deadly Israel airstrikes in Gaza after militants fire rockets at Jerusalem

Deadly Israel airstrikes in Gaza after militants fire rockets at Jerusalem

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