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Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organised to remember the second anniversary of a military crackdown that prompted a massive exodus of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2019. - Some 200,000 Rohingya rallied in a Bangladesh refugee camp on August 25 to mark two years since they fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar forces, just days after a second failed attempt to repatriate the refugees. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)

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Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organised to remember the second anniversary of a military crackdown that prompted a massive exodus of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2019. - Some 200,000 Rohingya rallied in a Bangladesh refugee camp on August 25 to mark two years since they fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar forces, just days after a second failed attempt to repatriate the refugees. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)

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Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organised to remember the second anniversary of a military crackdown that prompted a massive exodus of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2019. - Some 200,000 Rohingya rallied in a Bangladesh refugee camp on August 25 to mark two years since they fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar forces, just days after a second failed attempt to repatriate the refugees. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)

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Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organised to remember the second anniversary of a military crackdown that prompted a massive exodus of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2019. - Some 200,000 Rohingya rallied in a Bangladesh refugee camp on August 25 to mark two years since they fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar forces, just days after a second failed attempt to repatriate the refugees. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)

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Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organised to remember the second anniversary of a military crackdown that prompted a massive exodus of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2019. - Some 200,000 Rohingya rallied in a Bangladesh refugee camp on August 25 to mark two years since they fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar forces, just days after a second failed attempt to repatriate the refugees. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)

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Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organised to remember the second anniversary of a military crackdown that prompted a massive exodus of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2019. - Some 200,000 Rohingya rallied in a Bangladesh refugee camp on August 25 to mark two years since they fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar forces, just days after a second failed attempt to repatriate the refugees. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)

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Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organised to remember the second anniversary of a military crackdown that prompted a massive exodus of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2019. - Some 200,000 Rohingya rallied in a Bangladesh refugee camp on August 25 to mark two years since they fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar forces, just days after a second failed attempt to repatriate the refugees. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on July 2, 2019 people walk past notes left by protesters on the walls of the government headquarters in Hong Kong, a day after protesters broke into the building. (Photo by Vivek PRAKASH / AFP) / To go with AFP story "manifestation-politique-internet-Chine-HongKong-technologies" by Ludovic Ehret

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 23, 2019 protesters form a human chain along Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP) / To go with AFP story "manifestation-politique-internet-Chine-HongKong-technologies" by Ludovic Ehret

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 7, 2019 protesters point lasers at the Space Museum during a demonstration in Hong Kong, in the latest opposition to a planned extradition law that has quickly evolved into a wider movement for democratic reforms. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) / To go with AFP story "manifestation-politique-internet-Chine-HongKong-technologies" by Ludovic Ehret

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm leaps in a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm (L) looks at officials taking his distance measurement at a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm leaps in a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm warms up in a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm reacts as he celebrates his unofficial best record 8m 50cm at a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm warms up in a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm reacts as he celebrates his unofficial best record 8m 50cm at a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm leaps in a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm lands during a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm leaps in a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm leaps in a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm warms up in a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Germany's Paralympic athlete Markus Rehm lands during a long jump demonstration in Tokyo on August 25, 2019, as part of a countdown event marking one year before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)

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Enner Valencia (L) of Tigres battles for the ball with Guido Rodriguez of America during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Enner Valencia (L) of Tigres battles for the ball with Victor Aguilera of America during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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America's coach Miguel Herrera gestures during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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In this picture taken on August 21, 2019, Germany's paralympic athlete Markus Rehm speaks during an interview at the Tokyo 2020 organising committee headquarters in Tokyo. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

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In this picture taken on August 21, 2019, Germany's paralympic athlete Markus Rehm speaks during an interview at the Tokyo 2020 organising committee headquarters in Tokyo. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

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In this picture taken on August 21, 2019, Germany's paralympic athlete Markus Rehm walks beside the Sumida river after an interview at the Tokyo 2020 organising committee headquarters in Tokyo. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

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In this picture taken on August 21, 2019, Germany's paralympic athlete Markus Rehm relaxes beside the Sumida river after an interview at the Tokyo 2020 organising committee headquarters in Tokyo. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

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In this picture taken on August 21, 2019, Germany's paralympic athlete Markus Rehm walks beside the Sumida river after an interview at the Tokyo 2020 organising committee headquarters in Tokyo. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

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In this picture taken on August 21, 2019, Germany's paralympic athlete Markus Rehm speaks during an interview at the Tokyo 2020 organising committee headquarters in Tokyo. - The Tokyo Paralympics, which run from August 25 to September 6, will be the first time a city has twice hosted the Games after the previous edition in 1964. (Photo by Toshifumi KITAMURA / AFP)

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AFP Photo Advisory - PART I -- August 25, 2019 (AFP)Tel :Duty Editor : --ASIA-- HONG KONG: Protests and political situation, as develops SRINAGAR: Situation as develops BANGLADESH: Two-year anniversary of Rohingya crisis, as available --EUROPE-- BIARRITZ: G7 summit PARIS: 75th anniversary of liberation of Paris LONDON: Notting Hill Carnival SALZBURG: Spanish tenor Placido Domingo, accused of sexual harassment, performs at Salzburg Festival --MIDEAST-- ALGERIA/GULF/PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES/SUDAN/SYRIA/YEMEN: Situation as develops ABU DHABI: Indian PM Narendra Modi continues visits --AFRICA-- --AMERICAS-- BRAZIL: Amazon rainforest VENEZUELA: Political crisis --SPORTS-- CRICKET: England v Australia, Leeds, 3rd Test; West Indies v India, North Sound, Antigua, 1st Test; Sri Lanka v New Zealand at Colombo, 2nd Test FOOTBALL: France Ligue 1 Monaco v Nimes, Strasbourg v Rennes, PSG v Toulouse RALLYING: Germany MULTI-SPORT EVENT: African Games, Rabat MOTORCYCLING: British MotoGP, Silverstone JUDO: World championships, Tokyo PARALYMPICS: One year to the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics (Photo by AFP)

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Luis Quinones (L) of Tigres battles for the ball with Andres Ibarguen of America during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Tigres' Luis Quinones (L) celebrates after scoring a goal during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Tigres' players celebrate after scoring a goal during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Tigres' Luis Quinones celebrates after scoring a goal during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Tigres' Luis Quinones celebrates after scoring a goal during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Tigres' Luis Quinones celebrates after scoring a goal during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Tigres' Luis Quinones celebrates after scoring a goal during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Tigres' Luis Quinones celebrates after scoring a goal during the Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match between Tigres and America at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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US surfer Kelly Slater paddles in the water on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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US surfer Kelly Slater (L) paddles in the water on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Brazilian surfer Jadson Andre competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Tahiti Pro Teahupoo trials winner French surfer Kauli Vaast competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Brazilian surfers Caio Ibelli (L) and Adriano de Souza compete on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Brazilian surfer Yago Dora competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Lucas Zelarayan (L) of Tigres vies for the ball with Francisco Cordova (R) of America during a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Enner Valencia (R) of Tigres vies for the ball with Victor Aguilera (L) of America during a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Hugo Ayala (R) of Tigres vies for the ball with Roger Martinez (L) of America during a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match at the Universitario stadium in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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Tahitian surfer Matahi Drollet competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 14, 2018 NASA astronaut Anne McClain, a member of the International Space Station (ISS) expedition 58/59, attends her final exam at the Gagarin Cosmonauts' Training Centre in Star City outside Moscow. - US space agency NASA is investigating what may be the first crime committed in outer space, The New York Times reported on August 24, 2019. Astronaut Anne McClain is accused of identity theft and improperly accessing her estranged wife's private financial records while on a sixth-month mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS), the Times said. (Photo by STR / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 14, 2018 NASA astronaut Anne McClain, a member of the International Space Station (ISS) expedition 58/59, attends her final exam at the Gagarin Cosmonauts' Training Centre in Star City outside Moscow. - US space agency NASA is investigating what may be the first crime committed in outer space, The New York Times reported on August 24, 2019. Astronaut Anne McClain is accused of identity theft and improperly accessing her estranged wife's private financial records while on a sixth-month mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS), the Times said. (Photo by STR / AFP)

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(FILES) This handout photo courtesy of NASA shows astronaut Anne C. McClain posing for a photo on January 16, 2014. - US space agency NASA is investigating what may be the first crime committed in outer space, The New York Times reported on August 24, 2019. Astronaut Anne McClain is accused of identity theft and improperly accessing her estranged wife's private financial records while on a sixth-month mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS), the Times said. (Photo by Robert Markowitz / NASA / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / NASA / ROBERT MARKOWITZ" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Ivan COURONNE,

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Jonathan Rodriguez (R) of Cruz Azul vies for the ball with Christian Tabo of Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by CARLOS BAUTISTA / AFP)

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Victor Yotun (L) of Cruz Azul vies for the ball with Christian Tabo of Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by CARLOS BAUTISTA / AFP)

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Juan Escobar (L) of Cruz Azul vies for the ball with Christian Tabo of Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by CARLOS BAUTISTA / AFP)

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Jonathan Rodriguez (L) of Cruz Azul vies for the ball with Pablo Gonzalez of Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)

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Victor Yotun (R) of Cruz Azul vies for the ball with Lucas Cavallini of Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)

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Pablo Aguilar (R) of Cruz Azul vies for the ball with Lucas Cavallini of Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)

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Juan Escobar (R) of Cruz Azul vies for the ball with Christian Tabo of Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)

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Elias Hernandez of Cruz Azul celebrates his goal against Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)

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Elias Hernandez (C) of Cruz azul celebrates his goal against Puebla during a Mexican Apertura football tournament match at the Azteca stadium in Mexico City, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP)

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A woman draws money from a cash machine / ATM on August 23, 2019 in Vienna. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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A woman draws money from a cash machine / ATM on August 23, 2019 in Vienna. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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A man draws money from a cash machine / ATM on August 23, 2019 in Vienna. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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A "please pay cash only" sticker in a restaurant is seen on August 24, 2019 in Vienna. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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A man walks past a cash machine / ATM on August 24, 2019 in Vienna. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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A cash machine / ATM is photographed on August 24, 2019 in Vienna. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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The lettering "Cash only" can be seen above the menu of a restaurant on August 24, 2019 in Vienna. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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A customer pays for the shopping at a fruit stand on the Naschmarkt market in Vienna, Austria, on August 24, 2019. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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A woman draws money from a cash machine / ATM on August 23, 2019 in Vienna. - A debate on whether to enshrine in the constitution the right to pay cash has entered Austria's election campaign, shining a light on the country's love of cold, hard currency. (Photo by ALEX HALADA / AFP)

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A bat hibernates on a piece of wire hanging from the ceiling of a tunnel at Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Andree Muntingh, Steenkampskraal (SKK) mine geologist, shows where the monazite reef (darker rock) containing the rare-earth minerals is, underground at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Andree Muntingh, Steenkampskraal (SKK) mine geologist, points to where the monazite reef (darker rock) containing the rare-earth minerals is, underground at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Andree Muntingh, Steenkampskraal (SKK) mine geologist, shows where the monazite reef (darker rock) containing the rare-earth minerals runs, underground at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Andree Muntingh (R), Steenkampskraal (SKK) mine geologist, guides a group of visitors, underground at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Trevor Blench, Steenkampskraal (SKK) Holdings Chairman, shows where the monazite reef(darker rock) containing the rare-earth minerals is, underground at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Visitors walk down the inclined shaft at Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Trevor Blench, Steenkampskraal (SKK) Holdings Chairman, underground at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Andree Muntingh, Steenkampskraal (SKK) mine geologist, shows what is happening at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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A view of rocks of many different colours close to Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Ore samples are stacked up at Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Andree Muntingh, Steenkampskraal (SKK) mine geologist, shows off a monazite ore sample, which contains the rare-earth minerals at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Andree Muntingh, Steenkampskraal (SKK) mine geologist, shows off ore samples taken from the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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A general view of Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Trevor Blench, Steenkampskraal (SKK) Holdings Chairman, at the SKK rare-earth mine walks up a ramp on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Trevor Blench (L) Steenkampskraal (SKK) Holdings Chairman, talks to Dion Coertzer, SKK mine manager at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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A general view of Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Piles of ore from earlier mining operations lie piled up at Steenkampskraa l(SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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A radioactivity warning sign stands in front of the headgear at Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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A view from the headgear at Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Stalactites containing copper hang downward from the ceiling of a tunnel at Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Visitors walk through a tunnel at Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Monazite ore samples, which contains the rare-earth minerals, at the Steenkampskraal (SKK) at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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Trevor Blench, Steenkampskraal (SKK) Holdings Chairman, stands next to the earliest shaft sunk at the SKK rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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A view of the headgear at Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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A view of rocks of many different colours and an earlier shaft close to Steenkampskraal (SKK) rare-earth mine on July 29, 2019, about 80Km from the Western Cape town of Vanrhynsdorp. - SKK has been confirmed as one of the highest grade deposits of rare-earth minerals in the world. The rare-earth minerals are used in the manufacture of powerful magnets, which are used in electric vehicles, wind turbines, robotics, and many other applications. The mine also produces naturally occurring radioactive thorium, which is used in medical and power generation applications. (Photo by RODGER BOSCH / AFP)

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This photo taken on August 20, 2019 shows staff members posing for a group photo at a Costco store during a media day in Shanghai ahead of its official opening on August 27. - The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening on August 27, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on August 20, 2019 shows a staff member at a Costco store during a media day in Shanghai ahead of its official opening on August 27. - The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening on August 27, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on August 20, 2019 shows people getting membership cards at a Costco store in Shanghai ahead of its official opening on August 27. - The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening on August 27, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on August 20, 2019 shows a staff member checking items at a Costco store during a media day in Shanghai ahead of its official opening on August 27. - The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening on August 27, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on August 20, 2019 shows signs at a Costco store during a media day in Shanghai ahead of its official opening on August 27. - The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening on August 27, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on August 20, 2019 shows Costco's senior vice president for Asia Richard Zhang posing for a photo at a Costco store during a media day in Shanghai ahead of its official opening on August 27. - The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening on August 27, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on August 20, 2019 shows a staff member checking items at a Costco store during a media day in Shanghai ahead of its official opening on August 27. - The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening on August 27, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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This photo taken on August 20, 2019 shows Costco's senior vice president for Asia Richard Zhang speaking during a media day in Shanghai. - The US retail giant Costco is diving into the thorny area of food retail in China with its first store opening on August 27, but analysts warn it faces a tough ride as it looks to succeed where a series of international retailers have failed. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT

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Australian surfer Soli Bailey competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Brazilian surfer Peterson Crisanto competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Tahitian surfer Matahi Drollet competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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South African surfer Jordy Smith competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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South African surfer Jordy Smith falls off his board as he competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Brazilian surfer Gabriel Medina competes on the first day of the 2019 Tahiti Pro at Teahupoo, Tahiti, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by brian bielmann / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

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Aerial view of burnt areas of the Amazon rainforest, near Abuna, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 24, 2019. - President Jair Bolsonaro authorized Friday the deployment of Brazil's armed forces to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, as a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)

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Aerial view of burnt areas of the Amazon rainforest, near Abuna, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 24, 2019. - President Jair Bolsonaro authorized Friday the deployment of Brazil's armed forces to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, as a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)

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Photo released by Telam of Argentinian President Mauricio Macri wrapped in an Argentinian national flag next to First Lady Juliana Awada at the balcony of the Casa Rosada presidential house in Buenos Aires on August 24, 2019. - Thousands marched Saturday in Buenos Aires in support of President Mauricio Macri's reelection ahead of the October 27 general elections, after he got only 32% in the primary elections past August 11. (Photo by STR / TELAM / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TELAM" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - ARGENTINA OUT

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Handout photo released by the Argentinian Presidency of Argentinian President Mauricio Macri making a selfie with First Lady Juliana Awada and a crowd in the background, from the balcony of the Casa Rosada presidential house in Buenos Aires on August 24, 2019. - Thousands marched Saturday in Buenos Aires in support of President Mauricio Macri's reelection ahead of the October 27 general elections, after he got only 32% in the primary elections past August 11. (Photo by HO / Argentinian Presidency / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / ARGENTINIAN PRESIDENCY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

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Jorge Diaz (L) of Leon is hit by an object thrown from the audience during the celebration of a team's goal in a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match against Queretaro at La Corregidora stadium in Queretaro, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by VICTOR CRUZ / AFP)

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Jose Macias (L) of Leon celebrates his goal against Queretaro during a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match at La Corregidora stadium in Queretaro, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by VICTOR CRUZ / AFP)

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Luis Romo (R) of Queretaro vies for the ball with Jown Cardona (L) of Leon during a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match at La Corregidora stadium in Queretaro, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by VICTOR CRUZ / AFP)

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Jorge Diaz (C) of Leon is assisted after being hit by an object thrown from the audience during the celebration of a team's goal in a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match against Queretaro at La Corregidora stadium in Queretaro, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by VICTOR CRUZ / AFP)

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Fabian Castillo (L) of Queretaro vies for the ball with Pedro Aquino (R) of Leon during a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match at La Corregidora stadium in Queretaro, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by VICTOR CRUZ / AFP)

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Paolo Yrizar of Queretaro reacts during a Mexican Apertura 2019 tournament football match against Leon at La Corregidora stadium in Queretaro, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by VICTOR CRUZ / AFP)

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View of fire in the Amazon rainforest, near Abuna, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 24, 2019. - President Jair Bolsonaro authorized Friday the deployment of Brazil's armed forces to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, as a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)

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View of fire in the Amazon rainforest, near Abuna, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 24, 2019. - President Jair Bolsonaro authorized Friday the deployment of Brazil's armed forces to help combat fires raging in the Amazon rainforest, as a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)

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View of cars in a flooded road after heavy rains in Monterrey, Mexico, on August 24, 2019. (Photo by Julio Cesar AGUILAR / AFP)

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