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This aerial picture taken on May 28, 2022 shows Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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This aerial picture taken on May 28, 2022 shows Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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This aerial picture taken on May 28, 2022 shows Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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AFP Photo Advisory -- May 29, 2022 (AFP) WORLD: Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, as develops --ASIA-- SRI LANKA: Economic crisis, as available FIJI: Visit by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, as available HONG KONG: Art Basel --EUROPE-- UKRAINE: Situation as develops --MIDEAST-- REGION: Situation as develops ISRAEL: Jerusalem Day Flag March --AFRICA-- - --AMERICAS-- TEXAS: US President Joe Biden and the First Lady Jill Biden visit site of mass shooting HOUSTON: Protests during the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual convention, as develops COLOMBIA: Presidential election --SPORTS-- FORMULA ONE: Monaco Grand Prix MOTOGP: Italian MotoGP at Mugello TENNIS: French Open RUGBYU: Rebels vs Chiefs in Melbourne FBL: English Championship play-off final - Huddersfield v Nottingham Forest FBL: Liga MX - Pachuca vs Atlas (Photo by AFP)

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Toys sit on empty chairs for the shhoting victims during a special prayer service at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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A photo of Alithia Ramirez, who died in the mass shooting, during a special prayer service for the shooting victims at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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People attend a special prayer service for the shooting victims at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on February 24, 2022 Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference 2022 (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida. - Sixteen months after the US Capitol was sacked by a pro-Trump mob chanting "hang Mike Pence," the target of its fury is making nice with the Republican right -- and hinting at a bid to rival his old boss for the 2024 presidential nomination. The former vice president has begun setting aside years of unswervingly loyalty to Donald Trump and is showing a newly defiant, independent side as he looks increasingly likely to mount a challenge for the White House. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 29, 2021 Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis speaks at a press conference in Surfside, Florida, near the disaster area. - Sixteen months after the US Capitol was sacked by a pro-Trump mob chanting "hang Mike Pence," the target of its fury is making nice with the Republican right -- and hinting at a bid to rival his old boss for the 2024 presidential nomination. The former vice president has begun setting aside years of unswervingly loyalty to Donald Trump and is showing a newly defiant, independent side as he looks increasingly likely to mount a challenge for the White House. (Photo by Giorgio VIERA / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 26, 2020 US President Donald Trump and US Vice President Mike Pence attend the third night of the Republican National Convention at Fort McHenry National Monument in Baltimore, Maryland. - Sixteen months after the US Capitol was sacked by a pro-Trump mob chanting "hang Mike Pence," the target of its fury is making nice with the Republican right -- and hinting at a bid to rival his old boss for the 2024 presidential nomination. The former vice president has begun setting aside years of unswervingly loyalty to Donald Trump and is showing a newly defiant, independent side as he looks increasingly likely to mount a challenge for the White House. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 23, 2022 former US Vice President Mike Pence takes a selfie with a supporter at a campaign event for Georgia Governor Brian Kemp on the eve of the general primary election in Atlanta, Georgia. - Sixteen months after the US Capitol was sacked by a pro-Trump mob chanting "hang Mike Pence," the target of its fury is making nice with the Republican right -- and hinting at a bid to rival his old boss for the 2024 presidential nomination. The former vice president has begun setting aside years of unswervingly loyalty to Donald Trump and is showing a newly defiant, independent side as he looks increasingly likely to mount a challenge for the White House. (Photo by Elijah Nouvelage / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 23, 2022 former Vice President Mike Pence speaks at a campaign event for Georgia Governor Brian Kemp on the eve of the general primary election in Atlanta, Georgia. - Sixteen months after the US Capitol was sacked by a pro-Trump mob chanting "hang Mike Pence," the target of its fury is making nice with the Republican right -- and hinting at a bid to rival his old boss for the 2024 presidential nomination. The former vice president has begun setting aside years of unswervingly loyalty to Donald Trump and is showing a newly defiant, independent side as he looks increasingly likely to mount a challenge for the White House. (Photo by Elijah Nouvelage / AFP)

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A woman prays at a makeshift memorial at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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This picture taken and released on May 29, 2022 from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attending a meeting at the Workers' Party of Korea's Politburo at the headquarters of the party's Central Committee in Pyongyang. (Photo by KCNA VIA KNS / AFP) / - South Korea OUT / ---EDITORS NOTE--- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/KCNA VIA KNS" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS THIS PICTURE WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY A THIRD PARTY. AFP CAN NOT INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, LOCATION, DATE AND CONTENT OF THIS IMAGE. /

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A woman reads a letter at a makeshift memorial at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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A girl lays flowers at a makeshift memorial at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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A girl lays flowers at a makeshift memorial at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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People mourn at a makeshift memorial at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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People visit a makeshift memorial at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 28, 2022. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP)

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Supporters hold a banner of Nigerian former Vice President Atiku Abubakar during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Presidential hopeful Bukola Saraki speaks during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Presidential hopeful Sam Ohuabunwa speaks during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Presidential hopeful Udom Emmanuel speaks during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Presidential hopeful Pius Anyim speaks during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Supporters arrive to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Presidential hopeful and governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike attends the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Presidential hopeful and governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike attends the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Delegates the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Ballot boxes and polling boot are displayed during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Smith & Wesson M&P-15 semi-automatic rifles of the AR-15 style are displayed during the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Smith & Wesson M&P-15 semi-automatic rifles of the AR-15 style are displayed during the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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The receiver of an Smith & Wesson M&P-15 semi-automatic rifle of the AR-15 style is displayed during the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Smith & Wesson M&P-15 semi-automatic rifles of the AR-15 style are displayed during the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Smith & Wesson M&P-15 semi-automatic rifles of the AR-15 style are displayed during the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Supporters hold banners to celebrate the election of Nigerian former Vice President Atiku Abubakar during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Supporters hold banners to celebrate the election of Nigerian former Vice President Atiku Abubakar during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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People cast their vote during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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People cast their vote during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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A migration officer moves the fence to close the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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People cross the Simon Bolivar International Bridge from Venezuela before the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia, on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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Signage for the Newsmax conservative television broadcasting network is displayed at a broadcast TV booth at the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Signage for the Newsmax conservative television broadcasting network is displayed at a broadcast TV booth at the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Members of the national police stand guard on the Simon Bolivar International Bridge during the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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Members of the Colombian army patrol during the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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Members of the national police stand guard on the Simon Bolivar International Bridge during the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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Counter protesters wearing the yellow and black colors and insignia of the Proud Boys gather outside the National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Counter protesters wearing the yellow and black colors and insignia of the Proud Boys gather outside the National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Counter protesters wearing the yellow and black colors and insignia of the Proud Boys gather outside the National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Counter protesters wearing the yellow and black colors and insignia of the Proud Boys gather outside the National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Counter protesters wearing the yellow and black colors and insignia of the Proud Boys gather outside the National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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Counter protesters wearing the yellow and black colors and insignia of the Proud Boys gather outside the National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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A member of the Colombian army stands guard during the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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A member of the Colombian army stands guard during the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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A member of the Colombian army stands guard during the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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A member of the national police stands guard during the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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A man carries a package while crossing the Simon Bolivar International Bridge before the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border, in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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A person wears fake blood to portray a gunshot to the head during a protest in support of gun control outside the National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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People protest in support of gun control outside the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas on May 28, 2022. - America's powerful National Rifle Association kicked off a major convention in Houston Friday, days after the horrific massacre of children at a Texas elementary school, but a string of high-profile no-shows underscored deep unease at the timing of the gun lobby event. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP)

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People cross the Simon Bolivar International Bridge to return to San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela, before the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border, in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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People cross the Simon Bolivar International Bridge to return to San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela, before the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border, in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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People cross the Simon Bolivar International Bridge to return to San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela, before the closing of the Colombia-Venezuela border, in Cucuta, Colombia on May 28, 2022, on the eve of the Colombian presidential election. - Colombians go to the polls Sunday in a deeply polarized election that could see a leftist -- and ex-guerrilla -- become president for the first time in the history of the violence- and inequality-plagued country. (Photo by Federico PARRA / AFP)

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Nigerian former Vice President Atiku Abubakar speaks during the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Nigerian former Vice President Atiku Abubakar attends the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Nigerian former Vice President Atiku Abubakar attends the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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Nigerian former Vice President Atiku Abubakar attends the opposition Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) primaries in Abuja, on May 28, 2022. - Former Nigerian vice president Atiku Abubakar on May 28, 2022 won the opposition party PDP's primary to choose its candidate for the 2023 presidential election, according to ballot results. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan celebrates his victory at a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. - In just over a minute, they chop wood with an axe, a chainsaw and a saw: these athletes are competing for the title of world champion in the unusual discipline of sport logging. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan celebrates his victory at a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. - In just over a minute, they chop wood with an axe, a chainsaw and a saw: these athletes are competing for the title of world champion in the unusual discipline of sport logging. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan celebrates his victory at a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. - In just over a minute, they chop wood with an axe, a chainsaw and a saw: these athletes are competing for the title of world champion in the unusual discipline of sport logging. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Second placed US Jason Lentz competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Second placed US Jason Lentz competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Second placed US Jason Lentz competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Second placed US Jason Lentz competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Third placed Australia's Brad de Losa competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. - In just over a minute, they chop wood with an axe, a chainsaw and a saw: these athletes are competing for the title of world champion in the unusual discipline of sport logging. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Third placed Australia's Brad de Losa competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. - In just over a minute, they chop wood with an axe, a chainsaw and a saw: these athletes are competing for the title of world champion in the unusual discipline of sport logging. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Third placed Australia's Brad de Losa competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. - In just over a minute, they chop wood with an axe, a chainsaw and a saw: these athletes are competing for the title of world champion in the unusual discipline of sport logging. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Canada's Marcel Dupuis competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Second placed US Jason Lentz competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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Second placed US Jason Lentz competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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New Zealand's Jack Jordan competes in a wood chopping competition of the Timbersports World Trophy 2022, in Vienna on May 28, 2022. (Photo by Alex HALADA / AFP)

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An exterior view of the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A man feeds pigeons in the city centre of Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Members of the public wait to catch a bus in the city centre of Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Shoppers browse produce in the indoor market in the city centre in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Shoppers browse produce in the indoor market in the city centre in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A man walks past a discount store in the city centre of Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A woman walks past a vacant retail unit in the city centre of Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A man walks along a street in the city centre of Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers put fresh produce into a food parcel for a client attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers put fresh produce into a food parcel for a client attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers work to put together food parcels to be distributed to clients attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Produce being compiled into a food parcel by a volunteer at the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Produce for food parcels at the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Foodbank client Simon Jackson poses for a photograph in the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers work to put together food parcels to be distributed to clients attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers work to put together food parcels to be distributed to clients attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Members of the public wait to catch a bus in the city centre of Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A man stands outside an ice cream shop in the city centre of Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A view of the city centre of Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A man leaves a building in central Bradford in northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers work in the kitchen of Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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In this May 26, 2022, photo courtesy of Raul H. Vidaurre of the Fast Food Union 32BJ SEIU, Chipotle restaurant workers protest demanding a 20USD minimum wage in New York City. - Fast-food workers demonstrating in Manhattan to demand a wage of 20 dollars an hour: a demand that was unthinkable before the pandemic has now become a matter of course, as companies have multiplied spectacular increases that have not, however, reduced inequalities. The labor shortage linked to the Covid infections, childcare problems and the frustration of underpaid employees who are determined not to return to their pre-pandemic jobs, has pushed companies to guarantee a better minimum wage, with benefits such as improved health insurance and bonuses. (Photo by Raul H. Vidaurre / Fast Food Union 32BJ SEIU / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Raul H. Vidaurre/Fast Food Union 32BJ SEIU" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Delphine TOUITOU: "US wages are rising but inequalities persist"

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Employees serve customers at a McDonald's fast food restaurant in New York on May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

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An employee hands a customer's order at a McDonald's fast food restaurant in New York on May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

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Employees prepare a customer's order at a McDonald's fast food restaurant in New York on May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

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Employees prepare a customer's order at a McDonald's fast food restaurant in New York on May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

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A man begs for money outside a bank near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York on May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

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A man begs for money outside a bank near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York on May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

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A man walks by a man sleeping on the steps outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York on May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

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People walk down 5th Avenue past a man asking for money in New York, May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP)

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A person walks down 5th Avenue past a man asking for money in New York, May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP)

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A person walks down 5th Avenue past a man asking for money in New York, May 27, 2022. - Fast-food workers protesting in New York city to demand $20 an hour would have been unthinkable prior to the pandemic, but amid worsening US labor shortage more companies are granting huge pay hikes. But workers at the lower end of the income scale continue to lag behind. As the world's largest economy reopened amid a wining Covid-19 threat, companies have struggled to fill open positions. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP)

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Dvir Kenig (R), CEO and Co-Founder of "ITC" (Intelligent Traffic Control) speaks during the "EcoMotion Week" trade show on May 11, 2022, in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv. - Israel's road traffic ranks near the worst among developed economies but an algorithm can help, says the local AI firm, one of several bringing the country's tech to the auto and mobility sector. ITC's software collects data from road cameras and then sends instructions to manipulate traffic lights based on real-time information about vehicle flows. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP)

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Dvir Kenig CEO and Co-Founder of "ITC" (Intelligent Traffic Control) speaks next to a monitor showcasing his company's artificial intelligence algorithm traffic solutions during the "EcoMotion Week" trade show on May 11, 2022, in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv. - Israel's road traffic ranks near the worst among developed economies but an algorithm can help, says the local AI firm, one of several bringing the country's tech to the auto and mobility sector. ITC's software collects data from road cameras and then sends instructions to manipulate traffic lights based on real-time information about vehicle flows. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP)

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Dvir Kenig CEO and Co-Founder of "ITC" (Intelligent Traffic Control) speaks next to a monitor showcasing his company's artificial intelligence algorithm traffic solutions during the "EcoMotion Week" trade show on May 11, 2022, in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv. - Israel's road traffic ranks near the worst among developed economies but an algorithm can help, says the local AI firm, one of several bringing the country's tech to the auto and mobility sector. ITC's software collects data from road cameras and then sends instructions to manipulate traffic lights based on real-time information about vehicle flows. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP)

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Dvir Kenig CEO and Co-Founder of "ITC" (Intelligent Traffic Control) speaks to an AFP journalist during the "EcoMotion Week" trade show on May 11, 2022, in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv. - Israel's road traffic ranks near the worst among developed economies but an algorithm can help, says the local AI firm, one of several bringing the country's tech to the auto and mobility sector. ITC's software collects data from road cameras and then sends instructions to manipulate traffic lights based on real-time information about vehicle flows. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP)

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Dvir Kenig CEO and Co-Founder of "ITC" (Intelligent Traffic Control) speaks to an AFP journalist during the "EcoMotion Week" trade show on May 11, 2022, in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv. - Israel's road traffic ranks near the worst among developed economies but an algorithm can help, says the local AI firm, one of several bringing the country's tech to the auto and mobility sector. ITC's software collects data from road cameras and then sends instructions to manipulate traffic lights based on real-time information about vehicle flows. (Photo by JACK GUEZ / AFP)

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Foodbank manager Josie Barlow poses for a photograph in the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Foodbank volunteer and former client Karl Carroll poses for a photograph in the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers put fresh produce into a food parcel for a client attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A completed food parcel awaiting collection at the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers work to put together food parcels to be distributed to clients attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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Volunteers put fresh produce into a food parcel for a client attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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A volunteer assists a client attending the Bradford Central Foodbank in Bradford, northern England on May 24, 2022. - Bradford Central Foodbank is helping twice as many people compared to pre-pandemic, as spiralling prices for energy, food and other basics leave a growing number of Britons struggling. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY JOE JACKSON

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