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    image captionA tanker drops fire retardant as the so-called Bobcat fire burns near Juniper Hills, California. Wildfires have burned through a record number of acres in California this year, with Los Angeles County reporting its highest ever temperature of 49.4C (121F) on 6 September.


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    image captionTwo technicians handle Banksy's "Show me the Monet", on display at Sotheby's in central London. The work is the artist's contemporary re-interpretation of Claude Monet's depiction of the Japanese bridge in his garden at Giverny.


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    image captionEnglish springer spaniel Floki is one of two dogs taking part in Covid-19 detection training at the University of Adelaide, Australia. Researchers want to train sniffer dogs to detect the virus so that people could potentially be screened at airports, hospitals and quarantine facilities.


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    image captionThe aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, illuminates the sky in Rovaniemi, Finland. The phenomenon occurs when solar wind - a stream of charged particles escaping the Sun - collides with Earth's magnetic field and atmosphere.


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    image captionHungary's Zsofia Racz and Lilla Turanyi and Sweden's Amanda Ilestedt fight for the ball during the Uefa Women's Euro 2021 Group F qualifying football match in Gothenburg.


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    image captionThe fire-ravaged wetland of Pantanal, in Brazil's Mato Grosso state, reveals the corpse of an alligator. There have been more than 15,000 fires in the wetlands so far this year - triple the number recorded in the same period in 2019 - causing widespread devastation.


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    image captionA swimmer competes in the 22nd edition of Le Defi de Monte-Cristo competition, Europe's largest open-water race, over 5km (three miles) between Chateau d'If island and Marseille, in southern France.


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    image captionNorma Rashia, 22, undergoes facial massage with giant African land snails at a centre in Amman, Jordan. Importation of the snails, regarded as an invasive species, is banned in some parts of the world because of concerns that their slime contains harmful parasites.


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    image captionA new bronze statue of US First Lady Melania Trump is unveiled near her hometown in Slovenia. It replaces a wooden sculpture erected last year, which was set alight shortly afterwards by unknown arsonists. Some described the original as a "disgrace" or a "Smurfette", saying it did not look like Mrs Trump.


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    image captionOle, a young orangutan, plays in his enclosure on a rainy day at Kaliningrad Zoo, Russia.

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    So apparently, as well as not understanding what a 'portrait' is, Flounceyflounceflounce doesn't understand the term 'world news' either.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    So apparently, as well as not understanding what a 'portrait' is, Flounceyflounceflounce doesn't understand the term 'world news' either.

    Your time of the month again is it?

    Surely you've gone through the menopause by now, oh wait

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    A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week.

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    image captionBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson is reflected in a woman's eye as she watches his TV address to the nation about a marked increase in coronavirus infections across the UK. Johnson urged the public to "summon the discipline and the resolve" to follow newly introduced measures, which, he said, could last up to six months.


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    image captionHorses are seen on Withers Ranch, as smoke rises in the distance from fires burning in the Fremont National Forest in Paisley, Oregon. The wildfires on the West Coast of the US have destroyed vast areas of land and killed at least 36 people since early August. Smoke has spread to the east of the country, casting a haze over New York and Washington DC.


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    image captionWater-propelled flyboarders perform at the Moscow Water Area festival in Russia.


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    image captionAnti-government protesters install a plaque near Bangkok's Grand Palace declaring Thailand "belongs to the people", in a bold show of opposition to Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn. Student-led protests calling for reform of the country's monarchy and political system have been taking place since July.


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    image captionA woman rides a bike through an array of artificial full moons installed at a park in Seoul, in celebration of the forthcoming Chuseok (harvest festival) holiday in South Korea.


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    image captionUS President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump stand behind the casket of the late justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, at the top of the steps of the US Supreme Court in Washington. The president was met with boos and chants of "vote him out" by the assembled crowd.


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    image captionA worker wields an axe during a public demonstration in front of Paris's Notre-Dame cathedral to demonstrate the medieval techniques used to lift part of the reconstructed framework of the cathedral. In July, French President Emmanuel Macron announced that the spire of the cathedral, which was destroyed in a fire in April 2019, will be restored according to the original Gothic design.


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    image captionPolice officers leave flowers outside Croydon Custody Centre in south London where a fellow officer was shot by a man who was being detained in the early hours of Friday morning. The male sergeant was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital, where he subsequently died.


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    image captionMaasai men of Matapato attend the Olng'esherr (meat-eating) passage ceremony in the Maparasha hills of Kajiado, Kenya. The ceremony unites the older Ilpaamu and the younger Ilaitete into senior elderhood at the final rite of passage. The event was initially postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.


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    image captionRiot police are pictured as citizens demonstrate against police brutality in Bogota, Colombia. At least seven people have been killed in protests as outrage spreads over the death of a man who was pinned to the ground and repeatedly tasered by police in the Colombian capital. The officers were arresting him for allegedly breaking social distancing rules by drinking with friends.

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    image captionUS President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden participate in their first presidential campaign debate, in Cleveland, Ohio. The 90-minute primetime duel saw the two rivals trade insults and shout angrily as they clashed over a number of issues. In the days following the event, President Trump revealed that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for coronavirus and were self-isolating.
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    image captionChinese soldiers stand guard as tourists visit the Badaling section of the Great Wall. China celebrated its National Day on 1 October, marking the 71st anniversary of the founding of the country.
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    image captionPrime Minister Boris Johnson is shown how to build a brick wall during a visit to Exeter College, Devon. Speaking during his visit, Mr Johnson vowed "radical" changes to the adult education system in England to help boost the post-Covid economy.
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    image captionWorkers from the live entertainment sector join a silent protest in Parliament Square, London. The demonstrators called for government support for jobs in the events and arts industry during the pandemic.
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    image captionDancers wearing face shields perform during a rehearsal at an arts and culture centre in Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
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    image captionPupils wait for their school to open on the first day of the new school year, in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
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    image captionA giant, biodegradable painting by French artist Saype, in Turin, Italy. The artist has created a number of images of interlocking hands around the world as part of his Beyond Walls project.
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    image captionAs part of celebrations marking World Tourism Day, jet-skiers race along the Winter Canal in St Petersburg, Russia.
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    image captionTwo dogs get a haircut in Melbourne, Australia, following relaxation of the city's coronavirus restrictions.
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    image captionA student poses on Rafael Perez Evans' art installation Grounding, at Goldsmiths College, London. The artwork, which was made up of 29 tonnes of unwanted carrots, was due to be used later for animal feed.

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    image captionA man transports geese on the roof of his car, as he drives towards the city of Ganja,. At least 12 people were killed in missile strikes in Ganja, Azerbaijan's second-biggest city, earlier this week, as fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh continued.
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    image captionMilitary veteran Michael Stanley, known as Major Mick, rows his homemade boat, Tintanic, along a canal as part of a challenge to raise funds for St Wilfrid's Hospice, in Chichester.
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    image captionUS President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are reflected in the plexiglass, put in place to protect TV camera crews, as the election rivals participated in their second presidential debate at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.
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    image captionPorto's Andre Gomes, in action, during the men's handball EHF Champions League. The Portuguese champions clinched their first win of the season in the group phase match against HC Vardar 1961, played away in Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia.
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    image captionProjecting water 105m (344.5ft) into the air, the new fountain located at The Pointe on Palm Jumeirah in Dubai recently broke records as the largest of its kind in the world. The waterfront attraction features more than 3000 multi-coloured lights.
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    image captionA person uses a fire extinguisher to put out a burning paper globe during a demonstration against the fossil fuel industry outside the headquarters of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany.
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    image captionPeople gather to pay their respects to Samuel Paty outside Paris's Sorbonne University during a national memorial held by French President Emmanuel Macron. The 47-year-old teacher was beheaded close to the school where he worked after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to his students.
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    image captionJemal Ahmed chases away a swarm of locusts, after the locusts stormed his sorghum and sweet cane farm in Jawaha, Ethiopia.
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    image captionUrban Surf has reopened to the public following its closure because of stage four coronavirus restrictions in Melbourne, Australia.
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    image captionLarry the cat yawns outside Downing Street in London. The 13-year-old cat, formerly a stray rescued by Battersea Cats and Dogs Home, is known as the Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office.

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    image captionPeople pay tribute in front of the Notre Dame Basilica in Nice, France. Three people died in a knife attack at the church, in what French President Emmanuel Macron described as an "Islamist terrorist attack".
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    image captionPeople run from tear gas during a mass looting of a warehouse in Abuja, Nigeria. Looters have targeted government warehouses holding Covid-19 aid, as unrest continues following protests against police brutality earlier in October.
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    image captionA man walks through the debris of collapsed buildings in Izmir, Turkey. On 30 October, a magnitude seven earthquake struck off Turkey's Aegean coast, north of the Greek island of Samos, and was felt as far away as Athens and Istanbul.
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    image captionA voter fills out a ballot during early voting in New York City. In the run-up to the US presidential election on 3 November, a surge in early voting has pointed to a record turnout.
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    image captionVoters queue up to cast their ballots for the Bihar state assembly elections, in Masaurhi, India. More than 70 million voters are eligible to cast their ballots for 243 assembly seats, in India's first major elections since the beginning of the pandemic.
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    image captionBallet dancer Anoushka Zoe James dances in the water at Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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    image captionPeople travel through the Bund sightseeing tunnel, below the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China. Opened to the public in 2000, the 646.7m tunnel provides passengers with a colourful light show during the five-minute journey.
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    image captionA surfer catches a wave in St Ives, Cornwall. Strong winds and low pressure linked to Hurricane Epsilon in the North Atlantic created huge waves off the coast, as strong winds and heavy rain affected parts of the UK.
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    image captionA worker blows away autumn leaves from a walkway near Stallikon, Switzerland.
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    image captionAn inquisitive red ruffed lemur explores its pumpkin treats on World Lemur Day, at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling, Scotland. Native to Madagascar, the species is listed as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

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    A train driver in the Netherlands has had a lucky escape thanks to a fortuitously placed art installation.

    A metro train in Spijkenisse, near the city of Rotterdam, crashed through a barrier at the end of the tracks shortly before midnight on Sunday.

    But rather than plummeting 10m (32ft) into the water below, the train was left suspended dramatically in the air.


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    A nurse comforts a woman as her husband dies from COVID-19 in the ICU

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    A selection of powerful news photographs taken around the world this week.


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    image captionPresident-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris greet supporters in Wilmington, Delaware, after media outlets announced their triumph in the 2020 US presidential election. Mr Biden defeated incumbent President Donald Trump following a cliff-hanger vote count.
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    image captionA member of the armed services salutes at the Cenotaph in London, on Armistice Day. Around the UK, people observed the annual two minutes' silence to mark the day in 1918 when World War One ended.
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    image captionA rescuer carries a young child as floodwaters rise in a village in Rodriguez, Rizal province, Philippines. Typhoon Vamco has battered the country with torrential rain and strong winds, killing at least 39 people and causing widespread destruction.
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    image captionA farmer and militia fighter on his land near the village of Tekeldengy, north-west of Gondar, Ethiopia. Hundreds of people have reportedly been killed since 4 November, during fighting between the national army and forces loyal to the leaders of the northern Tigray region.
    IMAGE COPYRIGHTTOYA SARNO JORDAN / REUTERS
    image captionA riot police officer in Mexico City had her helmet visor painted red by a member of a feminist collective, during a protest against gender-based violence in the country.
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    image captionA woman shops for decorative items at a roadside market ahead of Diwali, in Kolkata, India. The five-day festival of lights is celebrated across the world by millions of Hindus and Jains, who traditionally illuminate their homes with candles and lanterns.
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    image captionDancers perform during NAIDOC Week in Sydney, Australia. The annual event, which had been delayed due to coronavirus, celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
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    image captionA care home resident kisses a relative through a plastic sheet designed to keep both safe from coronavirus, in Castelfranco Veneto, Italy.
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    image captionA woman carries luggage along a railway track on the outskirts of Mumbai, India.
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    image captionFog surrounds the Balmoral Clock in Edinburgh, as parts of the UK saw some murky mornings at the start of the week.

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    Turning the iconic Ghana Must Go bag into high fashion

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    Nigerian photographer Obinna Obioma is using creative ways to display an iconic West African plastic bag to reflect on migration.




    Recognised around the world in either its blue-white and red-white varieties, this once-nameless bag in West Africa has long been especially popular in markets across the region.


    But when in the 1980s hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants, most of them Ghanaians, hurriedly stuffed their belongings into them after being given short notice to leave Nigeria, it became known as Ghana Must Go.


    IMAGE COPYRIGHTOBINNA OBIOMA

    Easily foldable to fit inside the pocket and with an uncanny ability to manufacture an extra inch of space for one more item, the bag was favoured by the desperately departing Ghanaians.


    Since then, no-one has asked to be given "that woven matted bag" at the market, they just ask for a Ghana Must Go - a phrase that is also used in Ghana, despite the painful memories it stirs for some.


    "I remember questioning my parents and other older relatives about the origin of the bags as I found it to have an interesting name," said Obioma, who is based in New York.


    In Anyi N'Aga (Igbo for We Are Going), he reflects on how the bags have transcended their courier status and are used as a personified symbol of migration - "being used to carry not just belongings but also culture, heritage and memories", he said.


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    Teaming up with Chioma Obiegbu, a Nigerian visual artist and designer also based in New York and fashion stylist Wuraola Oladapo, they create pieces which Obioma describes as a fusion of both western and African designs.


    "In some of the two-piece designs, the top is heavily influenced by western fashion aesthetics while the skirt was designed to mirror a West African wrapper.


    "There's also a gele [headpiece] which is traditionally identified as an African fashion statement," he said.


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    "The bags connote migration not as a word to describe travel but as an actual living thing - with each border crossed - [a migrant] takes something new and leaves something behind," Obioma said.


    Born in Nigeria, he was first introduced to photography by his enthusiast father who took pictures at family outings and birthdays.


    IMAGE COPYRIGHTOBINNA OBIOMA



    But it was from his mother that he received his first camera after returning home from schooling in the UK and he credits his style of conceptual, portraiture and narrative photography to those formative years abroad.


    "I have found myself using photography to explore the human condition. Particularly issues pertaining to identity, culture and African heritage," he said.


    IMAGE COPYRIGHTOBINNA OBIOMA



    The Ghana Must Go bag has come a long way, including a ban imposed in 2017 by KLM and Air France, who said it could unravel and so clog up baggage delivery systems.


    The ban still remains despite protest at the time by Ghana authorities who described it as "not only insulting but smacking of racism and discrimination", given that the bag was commonly used by African travellers.


    The bag is also associated in Nigeria with being used by corrupt politicians to carry cash, especially during elections. It has kept this reputation even though many large transactions in the country are now carried out using technology, rather than cash.


    IMAGE COPYRIGHTOBINNA OBIOMA



    But Ghana Must Go bags are still very popular across West Africa and now come in different sizes and colours, from a yellow tree-patterned one to an ugly but durable grey favoured by traders of second-hand shoes.


    They are still cheap and have that seemingly magical ability to manufacture an extra inch of space even when they appear to be completely full.


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    Obioma however wonders if it is time to drop the Ghana Must Go moniker.


    "I believe Ghana Must Go can be categorized as a derogatory slur which of course transcends Ghanaian nationals.


    "This begs to ask the question, should the name be changed, or the bags discontinued?" he asked.


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    Following the death of former Liverpool and England goalkeeper Ray Clemence, a mural is pictured on a house in Anfield.

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    Vehicles are submerged by the Chamelecon River, due to heavy rain caused by Storm Iota in La Lima, Honduras

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    Workers at The Tree Barn in Christmas Common, Oxfordshire, UK, cut and net Christmas trees which will be sold online for the first time this year, as well as in the farm shop.

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    A supporter dances at a campaign rally for presidential candidate for the Congress for Democracy and Progress (CDP) party Eddie Komboigo, as Burkina Faso heads to the polls for presidential and parliamentary elections on 22 November.

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    Cranes gather during the migration season on a foggy morning at Hula Nature Reserve, in northern Israel.

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    Protesters run past burning tyres in Port-au-Prince, during a march demanding the resignation of Haiti's President Jovenel Moise. Fuel shortages, rising prices and allegations of government corruption, have led to weeks of protest.

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    British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes-AMG Petronas, celebrates after winning the Turkish Grand Prix, and equalling Michael Schumacher's record seven world championships.

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    Black cabs are parked on farmland in Epping Forest, near London. The land is being rented by GB Taxi Services, to store its large fleet of London taxis. They're no longer being used because of a severe drop in demand, as coronavirus restrictions continue to reduce travel.

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    Inmates protest on top of a prison building in Colombo, Sri Lanka, demanding a faster judicial process. They want to be granted bail, after a rise in the number of coronavirus cases in the prison population.

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