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A voter wearing a face mask puts on gloves as a precautionary measure against the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as she waits to cast her ballot in the general election in Singapore on July 10, 2020. (Photo by ROSLAN RAHMAN / AFP)

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A voter, wearing a face shield as a precautionary measure against the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, waits for a polling station to open to cast his ballot in the general election in Singapore on July 10, 2020. (Photo by ROSLAN RAHMAN / AFP)

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Voters wearing face masks wait for a polling station to open to cast their ballots in the general election in Singapore on July 10, 2020. (Photo by ROSLAN RAHMAN / AFP)

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A voter wearing a face mask puts on gloves as a precautionary measure against the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, as she waits to cast her ballot in the general election in Singapore on July 10, 2020. (Photo by ROSLAN RAHMAN / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 12, 2020 Bolivian President Jeanine Anez is pictured before donating blood on Blood Donor Day, at the presidential palace in La Paz amid the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. - Anez announced on July 9, 2020 that she has tested positive for coronavirus. The 53-year-old said in a video on Twitter that she would remain in quarantine for 14 days before taking another test. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)

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A voter gets her temprature taken as she arrives to cast her ballot in the general election in Singapore on July 10, 2020. (Photo by Roslan RAHMAN / AFP)

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Voters wearing face masks wait to cast their ballots in the general election in Singapore on July 10, 2020. (Photo by Roslan RAHMAN / AFP)

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Voters wearing face masks wait to cast their ballots in the general election in Singapore on July 10, 2020. (Photo by Roslan RAHMAN / AFP)

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This combination of pictures created on July 6, 2020 shows the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on January 9, 2018 devastated by the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias retook the city from the Islamic State group in 2017; and the same area on July 2, 2020 with a newly renovated house. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photos by Ahmad AL-RUBAYE and Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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This combination of pictures created on July 06, 2020 shows an Iraqi youth dressed as Santa Claus walking amid destruction in the old city of Mosul on December 26, 2018; and the same place on July 2, 2020, still devastated by the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias retook the city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photos by Ahmad AL-RUBAYE and Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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A picture taken on June 15, 2020 on the shore in the Tigris river, shows buildings destroyed during the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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A picture taken on June 15, 2020 a building destroyed during the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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A picture taken on June 15, 2020 shows machinery clearing debris still left from the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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A picture taken on June 15, 2020 shows machinery clearing debris still left from the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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A picture taken on June 15, 2020 shows a tractor clearing debris from the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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A picture taken on June 15, 2020 shows machinery clearing debris still left from the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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Iraqi civilians fill up papers as they wait outside the general compensation department in Mosul on June 15, 2020, following the destruction of their homes during the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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Iraqi employees at the general compensation department, in Mosul, wearing protective face masks against the Covid-19 coronavirus on June 15, 2020, speak to civilians waiting for their compensations following the destruction of their homes during the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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An Iraqi employee at the general compensation department in Mosul, wearing a plastic gloves against the Covid-19 coronavirus, works as civilians waiting for their compensations following the destruction of their homes during the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017, wait on June 15, 2020 in Mosul. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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An Iraqi employee at the general compensation department in Mosul, wearing a protective face mask against the Covid-19 coronavirus on June 15, 2020, speaks to civilians waiting for their compensations following the destruction of their homes during the Battle of Mosul, when Iraqi forces and allied militias regained the northern Iraqi city from the Islamic State group in 2017. - Mosul was seized by the jihadists in 2014 during an offensive that saw them take control of large parts of Iraq and neighbouring Syria. The nine-month offensive to recapture Iraq's second city left many neighbourhoods in ruins. (Photo by Zaid AL-OBEIDI / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on November 4, 2015 Canadian Prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau, his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau and their children Xavier, Ella-Grace and Hadrien walk with his mother Margaret (R) to Rideau Hall with his future cabinet to take part in a swearing-in ceremony in Ottawa. - The charity at the heart of an ethics investigation targeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau paid members of his family for speaking engagements, Canadian media reported Thursday. (Photo by SEAN KILPATRICK / POOL / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 4, 2020 Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark A. Milley testifies about the Defense department budget during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. - America's top general called June 9 for a review of military bases still named for Civil War Confederate leaders, an idea roundly dismissed by President Donald Trump. Ten bases honoring generals from the secessionist South, which lost the Civil War (1861-1865) and its struggle to preserve slavery, are in the spotlight. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 28, 2020 Bolivia's interim president Jeanine Anez speaks during a ceremony to swear her new cabinet of ministers in, on January 28, 2020 at Quemado Presidential Palace in La Paz. - Anez announced on July 9, 2020 that she has tested positive for coronavirus. The 53-year-old said in a video on Twitter that she would remain in quarantine for 14 days before taking another test. (Photo by AIZAR RALDES / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 12, 2020 Bolivian President Jeanine Anez (L) takes a blood test before donating blood on Blood Donor Day, at the presidential palace in La Paz amid the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic. - Anez announced on July 9, 2020 that she has tested positive for coronavirus. The 53-year-old said in a video on Twitter that she would remain in quarantine for 14 days before taking another test. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo a makeshift memorial is pictured at the tree where Robert Fuller was found dead outside Palmdale City after a Juneteenth demonstration in Palmdale, California, June 19, 2020. - The death of a black man found hanging from a tree in California that prompted fears of a lynching during last month's anti-racism protests was ruled suicide on July 9, 2020. Robert Fuller, a 24-year-old found with a rope around his neck near Palmdale city hall, took his life after battling mental illness and suicidal thoughts since 2017, officials said. (Photo by Kyle Grillot / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo a woman walking her dog stops to look at the sunset over the Statue of Liberty amid the novel coronavirus pandemic on April 28, 2020 in New York City. - A well-known "rule of paw" holds that you can tell how old your pooch is in human terms by multiplying its age in years by seven. But in fact, the real ratio changes over time, the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) said July 9, 2020, following a study of biological changes to dogs' genomes over the course of their lives. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP)

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A statue of Christopher Columbus is pictured on July 9, 2020 in the Astoria neighbourhood in the Queens borough of New York City. - Activists have called for the removal of monuments that are harmful to minority groups across the country. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)

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A statue of Christopher Columbus is pictured on July 9, 2020 in the Astoria neighbourhood in the Queens borough of New York City. - Activists have called for the removal of monuments that are harmful to minority groups across the country. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)

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A statue of Christopher Columbus is pictured on July 9, 2020 in the Astoria neighbourhood in the Queens borough of New York City. - Activists have called for the removal of monuments that are harmful to minority groups across the country. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)

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People queue to receive free food from a Motorcycle Organization in Mexico City on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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People queue to receive free food from a Motorcycle Organization in Mexico City on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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People queue to receive free food from a Motorcycle Organization in Mexico City on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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People queue to receive free food from a Motorcycle Organization in Mexico City on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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People queue to receive free food from a Motorcycle Organization in Mexico City on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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People queue to receive free food from a Motorcycle Organization in Mexico City on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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People queue to receive free food from a Motorcycle Organization in Mexico City on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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Benfica's Portuguese midfielder Pizzi reacts at the end of the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Benfica's Portuguese coach Nelson Verissimo reacts at the end of the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Benfica's Portuguese coach Nelson Verissimo reacts at the end of the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Benfica's German midfielder Julian Weigl reacts at the end of the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Famalicao's Portuguese midfielder Guga (R) challenges Benfica's Portuguese forward Joao Jota during the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by Miguel RIOPA / AFP)

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Famalicao's Portuguese midfielder Guga (L) celebrates with Famalicao's Brazilian forward Walterson after scoring a goal during the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Famalicao's Portuguese midfielder Guga (L) celebrates with Famalicao's Brazilian forward Walterson after scoring a goal during the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Famalicao's Portuguese midfielder Guga (L) celebrates after scoring a goal during the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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A sex worker recives food from the Brigada Callejera organization at Tepito neighborhood in Mexico City, on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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Sex workers leave after receiving food from the Brigada Callejera organization at Tepito neighborhood in Mexico City, on July 9, 2020 amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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A patrol boat is seen on Lake Piru in the Los Padres National Forest, Ventura County, California on July 9, 2020 as the search continues for actress Naya Rivera, who was reported missing after going boating with her son on July 8. - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, where divers, patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the US actress on June 9. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP)

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Law enforcement officer wears a facemask as media gather near the boating dock at Lake Piru in the Los Padres National Forest, Ventura County, California on July 9, 2020 as the search continues for actress Naya Rivera, who was reported missing after going boating with her son on July 8. - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, where divers, patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the US actress on June 9. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP)

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Law enforcement officials gather at the boating dock of Lake Piru in the Los Padres National Forest, Ventura County, California on July 9, 2020 as the search continues for actress Naya Rivera, who was reported missing after going boating with her son on July 8. - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, where divers, patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the US actress on June 9. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP)

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A view of Lake Piru in the Los Padres National Forest in Ventura County, California on July 9, 2020 as the search continues for actress Naya Rivera, who was reported missing after going boating with her son on July 8. - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, where divers, patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the US actress on June 9. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP)

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Sex workers record a video to thank their food sponsors at the Brigada Callejera organization at Tepito neighborhood in Mexico City, on July 9, 2020 amid the new coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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Law enforcement officials gather at the boating dock of Lake Piru in the Los Padres National Forest, Ventura County, California on July 9, 2020 as the search continues for actress Naya Rivera, who was reported missing after going boating with her son on July 8. - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, where divers, patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the US actress on June 9. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP)

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Sex workers leave after receiving food from the Brigada Callejera organization at Tepito neighborhood in Mexico City, on July 9, 2020 amid the new coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

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A woman holds a banner supporting the farmers and against Argentina's vice-president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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Famalicao's Portuguese forward Fabio Martins (L) challenges Benfica's Portuguese defender Nuno Tavares during the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Benfica's Portuguese defender Nuno Tavares (R) challenges Famalicao's Portuguese forward Ruben Lameiras during the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by Miguel RIOPA / AFP)

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Benfica's Brazilian defender Jardel falls during the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Sevilla's players celebrate at the end of the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Famalicao's Portuguese forward Ruben Lameiras (R) challenges Benfica's Brazilian midfielder Gabriel during the Portuguese League football match between Famalicao and Benfica at the Famalicao municipal stadium in Vila Nova de Famalicao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by MIGUEL RIOPA / AFP)

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Sevilla's players celebrate their second goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish midfielder Jesus Navas challenges Athletic Bilbao's Spanish defender Inigo Martinez during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Argentinian midfielder Ever Banega (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo US actress Naya Rivera and son Josey Hollis Dorsey arrive for the premiere of "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part" at the Regency Village theatre on February 2, 2019 in Westwood, California. - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, where divers, patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the US actress on July 9, 2020. The operation to locate the 33-year-old -- a "possible drowning victim" -- began at first light at Lake Piru, around an hour's drive northwest of Los Angeles. Rivera, best known for her role as high school cheerleader Santana Lopez in "Glee", disappeared Wednesday after renting a boat at the camping and recreational hotspot with her four-year-old son. (Photo by Chris Delmas / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo US actress Naya Rivera and son Josey Hollis Dorsey arrive for the premiere of "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part" at the Regency Village theatre on February 2, 2019 in Westwood, California. - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, where divers, patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the US actress on July 9, 2020. The operation to locate the 33-year-old -- a "possible drowning victim" -- began at first light at Lake Piru, around an hour's drive northwest of Los Angeles. Rivera, best known for her role as high school cheerleader Santana Lopez in "Glee", disappeared Wednesday after renting a boat at the camping and recreational hotspot with her four-year-old son. (Photo by Chris Delmas / AFP)

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Sevilla's Brazilian midfielder Diego Carlos celebrates at the end of the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi (L) celebrates with Sevilla's Argentinian forward Lucas Ocampos after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi (L) celebrates with Sevilla's Argentinian forward Lucas Ocampos after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on December 30, 2019, a Lebanese anti-government demonstrator yells slogans as she takes part in a rally in front of the central bank building in the capital Beirut. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 14, 2020, a Lebanese anti-government protester, wrapped in a national flag, stands in front of a road blocked with burning tyres and overtunrned garbage dumpsteres in Beirut. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by PATRICK BAZ / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 12, 2020, a Lebanese anti-government protester raises his arms in front of a burning wooden structure during a demonstration against dire economic conditions in the downtown district of the capital Beirut. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 12, 2020, people inspect damage at a local bank branch which was set on fire and vandalised by protesters earlier, in al-Nour Square in Lebanon's northern port city of Tripoli. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by Ibrahim CHALHOUB / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 18, 2020, people exchange Lebanese pound and US dollar notes on the black market in Lebanon's capital Beirut. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by JOSEPH EID / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on July 8, 2020 (L to R) Palestinian-Syrian artist Ghayath al-Roubeh and Lebanese artist Nagham Abboud paint together a graffiti mural depicting a 100,000 Lebanese pound banknote being reflected in a mirror as a 1000 Lebanese pound note, symbolising the level of inflation caused by the shrinking Lebanese economy, at al-Nour Square in Lebanon's northern port city of Tripoli. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by Ibrahim CHALHOUB / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION

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Women bang pans during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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A cardboard collector flashes the "V" sign (used by Peronist supporters) during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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A woman holds a placard reading that Argentina is ruled by the Montoneros (leftist urban guerrilla group) during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 14, 2020, a woman withdraws money from an ATM at a fortified local branch of the Banque du Liban et D'Outre Mer (BLOM) in the Lebanese capital Beirut. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by PATRICK BAZ / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 13, 2020, Lebanese anti-government protesters take part in a symbolic funeral for the country in the downtown area of the capital Beirut, on the third consecutive day of demonstrations due to a deepening economic crisis. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 17, 2020, a Lebanese child stands next to an empty refrigerator in their apartment in the port city of Tripoli north of the capital Beirut. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by Ibrahim CHALHOUB / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 17, 2020, a Lebanese woman stands next to her empty refrigerator in her apartment in the port city of Tripoli north of the capital Beirut. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by IBRAHIM CHALHOUB / AFP)

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(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 15, 2020 A woman pictures an ATM machine that was vandalised the previous night by anti-government protesters in the Lebanese capital Beirut. - For months, Lebanon has grappled with its worst economic crisis since the 1975-1990 civil war. Tens of thousands have lost their jobs or part of their salaries, while a crippling dollar shortage has sparked rapid inflation. (Photo by ANWAR AMRO / AFP)

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This handout picture made available by the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) on July 9, 2020, shows technicians working at the centre, in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by - / Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre / AFP) / === RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ===

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An employee works at the control room of the Mars Mission at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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An employee works at the control room of the Mars Mission at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Engineer observe a KhalifaSat model at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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An engineer observes a KhalifaSat model at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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An engineer wearing a logo of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), walks toward a KhalifaSat model, in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi (L) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi celebrates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi (L) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's players celebrate their second goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Spanish forward Munir El Haddadi (L) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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People take part in a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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A picture taken on July 5, 2020 shows the entrance of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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A picture taken on July 5, 2020 shows a partial view of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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A picture taken on July 5, 2020 shows the entrance of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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A picture taken on July 5, 2020 shows the logo of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Employees work at the control room of the Mars Mission at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Engineers observe a KhalifaSat model at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Engineers observe a KhalifaSat model at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Scientists work at a laboratory in the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Scientists work at a laboratory in the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Scientists work at a laboratory in the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Employees work at the control room of the Mars Mission at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Employees work at the control room of the Mars Mission at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Engineers gather in front of a KhalifaSat model at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Engineers discuss in a one of the corridors of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Engineers walk toward a KhalifaSat model at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Engineers observe a KhalifaSat model at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai on July 5, 2020. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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A picture taken on July 5, 2020 shows the logo of the Mars Mission at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC), in the Gulf city of Dubai. - The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now plans to join another elite club by sending a probe to Mars. Only the United States, India, the former Soviet Union, and the European Space Agency have successfully sent missions to orbit the Red Planet, while China is preparing to launch its first Mars rover later this month. The UAE, a collection of sheikhdoms better known for its skyscrapers, palm-shaped islands and mega attractions, is now pushing to join their ranks in what will be a first for the Arab world. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

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Sevilla's Argentinian midfielder Ever Banega (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Argentinian midfielder Ever Banega (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Argentinian midfielder Ever Banega (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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A woman holds a sign demanding an independent justice and prison for corrupts during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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Women hold signs during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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A woman holds signs against vaccination during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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A woman holds a sign demanding independent justice and prison for corrupts during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies during the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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A woman holds an Argentine flag during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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People gather during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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An inflatable depicting Argentina's vice-president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in a convict suit driving a puppet of Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez is seen during a protest against health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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Sevilla's Argentinian midfielder Ever Banega (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Spanish League football match between Athletic Bilbao and Sevilla at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on July 9, 2020. (Photo by ANDER GILLENEA / AFP)

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A man waves the Argentine flag during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies during the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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A woman bang pans during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies during the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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A man waves the Argentine flag during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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An inflatable depicting Argentina's vice-president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in a convict suit is seen during a protest against Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez health policies within the tighten virus lockdown measures against the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus, at Republica square in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 9, 2020. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)

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