September 23, 2018
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185th Oktoberfest in Munich

A reveler in traditional Bavarian clothing sleeps in a meadow during the opening day of the 185th Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, Germany, 22 September 2018. The Munich Beer Festival is the world's largest traditional beer festival and runs from 22 September to 07 October. EPA-EFE/PHILIPP GUELLAND

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A reveler in traditional Bavarian clothing sleeps in a meadow during the opening day of the 185th Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, Germany, 22 September 2018. The Munich Beer Festival is the world's largest traditional beer festival and runs from 22 September to 07 October. EPA-EFE/PHILIPP GUELLAND

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A yacht races in the False Bay Yacht Club Spring Regatta series off Simonstown in Cape Town, South Africa, 22 September 2018. The False Bay Yacht Club Spring Regatta sees South Africa's premier racing yachts from various clubs in the Cape competing over three days in the annual regatta at the change of seasons with good conditions for racing in False Bay. EPA-EFE/NIC BOTHMA

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Participants in the 6th Moscow Marathon run in front of the main building of the Russian Foreign Ministry in Moscow, Russia, 23 September 2018. The Moscow Marathon, one of the largest national running events, this year drew over 30,000 people from dozens of countries to run in the classic 42,195-meter full marathon and the short 10km course. EPA-EFE/SERGEI ILNITSKY

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Pope Francis greets the crowd as he arrives at Santakos Park in Kaunas, Lithuania, 23 September 2018. Pope Francis visits Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia for the Apostolic Journey from 22 to 25 September 2018. EPA-EFE/ALESSANDRO DI MEO

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Iranian soldiers, women and children lie down and run during a terror attack that occurred at a military parade in the city of Ahvaz, Iran, 22 September 2018. Media reported that gunmen have opened fire during an Iranian military parade in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, killing several people. EPA-EFE/MORTEZA JABERIAN Scene group

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Leipzig players warm up before the UEFA Europa League Group B soccer match between RB Leipzig and FC Salzburg in Leipzig, Germany, 20 September 2018. EPA-EFE/FILIP SINGER

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Ballet dancer Zoltan Olah performs during the dress rehearsal of the scenic cantata 'Carmina Burana' by German composer Carl Orff on the stage of Erkel Theatre of the Hungarian State Opera in Budapest, Hungary, 20 September 2018, the eve of the premiere of the performance directed and conducted by Tibor Boganyi and choreographed by Tiema Papp. EPA-EFE/MARTON MONUS HUNGARY OUT

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An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man inspects an Etrog, or yellow citron, used during the celebration of Sukkot, the Feast of the Tabernacles, in the Ultra-Orthodox neighbourhood of Mea Shearim, Jerusalem, Israel, 21 September 2018. The Sukkot feast begins on 23 September at sunset and commemorates the exodus of Jews from Egypt some 3,200 years ago. EPA-EFE/ABIR SULTAN

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Members of Mexico's Marines participate in the destruction of drugs in Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico, 20 September 2018. The Mexican Marines on 20 September burnt 4.7 ton of cocaine, 468 kg of marijuana and 54 psychoactive pills seized at the states of Guerrero and Morelos. EPA-EFE/DAVID GUZMAN

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US producer Michael Moore arriving at the premiere of Briarcliff Entertainment's Fahrenheit 11/9 at Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, USA 19 September 2018. The movie opens in the US 21 September 2018. EPA-EFE/NINA PROMMER

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Reynaldo Roberto Daza Cardozo of Bolivia competes aboard Chacco Balou during the first qualifier for Jumping at the FEI World Equestrian Games 2018 at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina, USA, 19 September 2018. The World Equestrian Games continue through 23 September 2018. EPA-EFE/ERIK S. LESSER

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An Imperial Faberge Easter Egg from 1915, honouring Tsarina Alexandra and her two daughters for their wartime war efforts for the Red Cross, on display at 'The Last Tsar: Blood and Revolution' exhibition at the Science Museum in London, Britain, 20 September 2018. The exhibition marks 100 years since the death of Russia's last ruler of the Romanov Family, Tsar Nicholas II. EPA-EFE/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA

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British Prime Minister Theresa May (C) arrives for a family picture during the European Union's (EU) Informal Heads of State Summit in Salzburg, Austria, 20 September 2018. EU countries' leaders meet on 19 and 20 September for a summit to discuss internal security measures, migration and Brexit. EPA-EFE/CHRISTIAN BRUNA

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(L-R) North Korean first lady Ri Sol-ju, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, South Korean president Moon Jae-in and South Korean first lady Kim Jung-sook pose for photos at Mt. Baekdusan, North Korea, 20 September 2018. The third Inter-Korean summit takes place from 18 to 20 September in Pyongyang between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. EPA-EFE/PYONGYANG PRESS CORPS / POOL EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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Hezbollah supporters mourn as they listen to Al-Hussein biography during Ashura Day procession in southern suburb of Beirut, Lebanon, 20 September 2018. Shiite Muslims across the world are observing Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar. The climax of Muharram is the Ashura festival commemorating the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed in the Iraqi city of Karbala in the seventh century. EPA-EFE/NABIL MOUNZER

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Inter Milan players celebrate the 2-1 goal during the UEFA Champions League group B soccer match between Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milan, Italy, 18 September 2018. EPA-EFE/DANIEL DAL ZENNARO

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Bee keeper inspect an apiary trunk, in the hamlet Saint Maurice de Ventalon, near Pont de Montvert, southern France, 18 September 2018. Producing high quality honey, black bees are present in western Europe since 20,000 years. Now a victim of massive importation of other bees and resulting hybridization, they are threatened with extinction. People in the Black Bee valley of the Cevennes National Park try to build again a favorable landscape to pollinators. EPA-EFE/GUILLAUME HORCAJUELO

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South Korean president Moon Jae-in (L) shows a document with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (R) after a signing ceremony in Pyongyang, North Korea, 19 September 2018. The third Inter-Korean summit takes place from 18 to 20 September in Pyongyang between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. EPA-EFE/PYONGYANG PRESS CORPS / POOL

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Pensioners demonstrate asking for decent pensions as Spanish National Police officers block their way during a protest in front of the Lower House of the Spanish Parliament in Madrid, Spain, 19 September 2018. EPA-EFE/Mariscal

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A Kashmiri Shiite Muslim looks on after he flagellated himself during a religious procession held on the seventh day of Islamic month of Muharram, on the outskirts of Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 18 September 2018. Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar, is observed by Shiite Muslims around the world for 10 days of mourning in remembrance of the martyrdom of Imam Husain, the grandson of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). EPA-EFE/FAROOQ KHAN

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A photograph shows a lion sculpture painted in flourescent red which is a newly installed interactive artwork called 'Please Feed The Lions' at the foot of Nelsons Column on Trafalgar Square in Central London, Britain, 18 September 2018. The installation which was created by British artist Es Devlin, forms part of London Design Festival which takes place from 15 to 23 September showcasing British and interational creative design. EPA-EFE/WILL OLIVER

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A chimpanzee looks in the direction of a camera at the Gut Aiderbichl Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates in Gaenserndorf, near Vienna, 17 September 2018 (issued 18 September). 34 former laboratory chimpanzees of former Austrian pharmaceutical company Immuno AG spend their lives at the Gut Aiderbichl Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates since 2009. U.S.-based Baxter International Inc. took over the Immuno AG in 1996, banned experiments with primates and rebuilt a former safari park for the Gut Aiderbichl Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates. After three decades in captivity in too small cages, the chimpanzees, most of them came from Sierra Leone as cubs, have species-appropriate indoor and outdoor enclosures. The financial support by Baxter International Inc. and Austrian officials will end by 2019. EPA-EFE/CHRISTIAN BRUNA

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Filipino villagers carry the body of their grandfather who is one of the victim buried in a landslide caused by Typhoon Mangkhut in Ucab village, Itogon town, Benguet Province, Philippines, 18 September 2018. The number of people killed in the Philippines by typhoon Mangkhut rose to 60 while dozens are missing, according to provisional data gathered as emergency teams access areas struck by the storm. EPA-EFE/FRANCIS R. MALASIG

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Horses stand on display at The Museum of Horse Culture in Jiangyin city, near Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China, 17 September 2018. The Museum of Horse Culture holds 47 rare breeds of horses from more than 30 countries, thus winning the Guinness World Record for the Club with the largest collection of horses in the world. Entering the museum brings surprise on face of visitors. Enormous hall with giant art installation in the middle, golden painted details, marble floors, crystal chandeliers and grand staircases bring visitor to believe that he enters a palace in France and not a horse museum. Discrete classical music can be heard in the background. The only thing which reveals that you are not entering Louvre or some other museum in Europe but Horse Museum is dimmed smell of horses. Passing tight security which would be more suitable to a diamond exhibition visitor’s eyes are drawn to horses in boxes, shaped like lodges in the theatre. At first they appear almost as artificial sculptures, standing in piece and dignity. Their eyes start to move following tourist’s steps towards them. After approaching them they seem friendly and many visitors touch them or make pictures with them, as there are no boundaries, although guides warn that they might bite. On some horses a horsehair is painted in vivid colours, some have different kinds of decoration and some are plain standing and shining on reflectors. Every few minutes you notice people from maintenance enters some horse lodge and cleans either floor or horse. After scheduled groups of tourists finish their visit which are strictly limited, horses are removed and brought back to their stables. They never spend more than few hours in the museum. Visitors can’t resist impression that horses are treated gently and with almost divine respect, so they start to treat them the same, which make scene looks very different to other museums in China. When all is said and done, in The Museum of Horse Culture, it'

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