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A woman walks on the stairs decorated with an image of two hands shaking to form the shape of the Korean Peninsula to support the upcoming inter- Korean summit, in downtown Seoul on September 17, 2018. South Korean President Moon Jae- in will fly to the North Korean capital on September 18, for his third summit with the North' s leader Kim Jong Un as a rapid diplomatic thaw takes hold on the peninsula despite stalled progress in denuclearisation talks between Pyongyang and Washington. (Photo by Jung Yeon-je/AFP Photo)

A woman walks on the stairs decorated with an image of two hands shaking to form the shape of the Korean Peninsula to support the upcoming inter- Korean summit, in downtown Seoul on September 17, 2018. South Korean President Moon Jae- in will fly to the North Korean capital on September 18, for his third summit with the North' s leader Kim Jong Un as a rapid diplomatic thaw takes hold on the peninsula despite stalled progress in denuclearisation talks between Pyongyang and Washington. (Photo by Jung Yeon-je/AFP Photo)
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26 Sep 2018 00:05:00
A transgender woman waits backstage to perform during an event to raise funds for their community in Mumbai, India, September 20, 2018. (Photo by Francis Mascarenhas/Reuters)

A transgender woman waits backstage to perform during an event to raise funds for their community in Mumbai, India, September 20, 2018. (Photo by Francis Mascarenhas/Reuters)
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25 Sep 2018 00:03:00
Cyclists desperately try to keep their heavily-laden bicycles upright as they arrive at a market with baskets full of pineapples on August 23, 2018. The men travel up to 12 and a half miles with two baskets tied to the sides of their bikes, carrying between 50 and 100 pineapples to sell. Each of the bicycles is so heavily laden with fruit it is impossible for the men to actually ride their bikes, instead having to walk alongside them. When they arrive at the market place in Madhupur, Bangladesh, buyers will pay up to 30 Taka for a pineapple – the equivalent of around 28 pence. (Photo by Abdul Momin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK)

Cyclists desperately try to keep their heavily-laden bicycles upright as they arrive at a market with baskets full of pineapples on August 23, 2018. The men travel up to 12 and a half miles with two baskets tied to the sides of their bikes, carrying between 50 and 100 pineapples to sell. Each of the bicycles is so heavily laden with fruit it is impossible for the men to actually ride their bikes, instead having to walk alongside them. When they arrive at the market place in Madhupur, Bangladesh, buyers will pay up to 30 Taka for a pineapple – the equivalent of around 28 pence. (Photo by Abdul Momin/Solent News & Photo Agency UK)
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21 Sep 2018 00:03:00
A Pakistani owner tries to load camel on a truck at a cattle market set up for the upcoming Muslim festival Eid al-Adha in Karachi, Pakistan, Friday, August 17, 2018. Eid al-Adha, or Feast of Sacrifice, most important Islamic holiday marks the willingness of the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham to Christians and Jews) to sacrifice his son. (Photo by Shakil Adil/AP Photo)

A Pakistani owner tries to load camel on a truck at a cattle market set up for the upcoming Muslim festival Eid al-Adha in Karachi, Pakistan, Friday, August 17, 2018. Eid al-Adha, or Feast of Sacrifice, most important Islamic holiday marks the willingness of the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham to Christians and Jews) to sacrifice his son. (Photo by Shakil Adil/AP Photo)
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20 Sep 2018 00:01:00
A waste picker unloads garbage at a waste transfer station in Bamako, Mali, August 19, 2018. In the Malian capital of Bamako, donkey carts driven by young men like 19-year-old Arouna Diabate play a vital role battling the fast-growing city's waste problem. Every morning before dawn, Diabate hitches his donkey to a cart and sets off on his rounds, going door-to-door to collect household garbage which he delivers to a local waste transfer station for a monthly salary of around $35. “I won't be picking up trash with a donkey cart for the rest of my life, but for now people appreciate us because we help clean up the homes of Bamako”, Diabate said. (Photo by Luc Gnago/Reuters)

A waste picker unloads garbage at a waste transfer station in Bamako, Mali, August 19, 2018. In the Malian capital of Bamako, donkey carts driven by young men like 19-year-old Arouna Diabate play a vital role battling the fast-growing city's waste problem. Every morning before dawn, Diabate hitches his donkey to a cart and sets off on his rounds, going door-to-door to collect household garbage which he delivers to a local waste transfer station for a monthly salary of around $35. “I won't be picking up trash with a donkey cart for the rest of my life, but for now people appreciate us because we help clean up the homes of Bamako”, Diabate said. (Photo by Luc Gnago/Reuters)
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18 Sep 2018 00:01:00
A woman sits in a train at a subway station in Pyongyang, North Korea on September 11, 2018. (Photo by Danish Siddiqui/Reuters)

A woman sits in a train at a subway station in Pyongyang, North Korea on September 11, 2018. (Photo by Danish Siddiqui/Reuters)
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17 Sep 2018 00:05:00
Students dressed as Hindu Lord Shiva, also known as Nataraja, the Lord of Dancers, during a religious event in Mumbai, India, August 30, 2018. (Photo by Francis Mascarenhas/Reuters)

Students dressed as Hindu Lord Shiva, also known as Nataraja, the Lord of Dancers, during a religious event in Mumbai, India, August 30, 2018. (Photo by Francis Mascarenhas/Reuters)
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17 Sep 2018 00:01:00
Revelers participate in J'Ouvert, an overnight celebration the night before the West Indies Day Parade in Brooklyn, NY on September 3, 2018. (Photo by Stephen Yang)

Revelers participate in J'Ouvert, an overnight celebration the night before the West Indies Day Parade in Brooklyn, NY on September 3, 2018. Violence in past years led NYPD to shut down the parade route until 2am. (Photo by Stephen Yang)
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14 Sep 2018 00:05:00