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January 24, 2020, Hong Kong, China: Passengers on a tram wear surgical masks. In light of a deadly virus outbreak in China, Hong Kong citizens wore surgical masks in fear of contracting the flu. With the Lunar New Year holidays around the corner, many citizens are cancelling trips to China and proceeding with caution.
Story of the Week zReportage.com: Launched TUESDAY December 31, 2019 on www.zReportage.com Story #721: Moment Of Truth: Free Burma Rangers: The Free Burma Rangers identifies itself as a multi-ethnic humanitarian group working in Burma, Syria, Iraq and Kurdistan. Burma is the former name of Myanmar and is still commonly used. Dave Eubank established the FBR in Myanmar in 1997, with a slogan drawn from a Bible verse calling on people to 'preach good news to the poor' and 'release the oppressed.’ Early 2019, the group helped to ferry out thousands of people who streamed out of the last scrap of Islamic State territory in Syria’s far east, where the - more...
January 24, 2020, Melbourne, Australia: COCO GAUFF (USA) celebrates after defeating 3rd seed N. Osaka (JPN) on Rod Laver Arena in a Women's Singles 3rd round match on day 5 of the Australian Open 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. GAUFF won 6:3, 6:4.
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Military Conflict In Northern Syria
November 2, 2019, Tel Tamir, Syria: Kurdish YPG soldiers fight Turkish forces on a road near the front line. Humanitarian group Free Burma Rangers stood by for rescue operations. During one rescue they defended from fierce gunfire, 6 tank rounds and an RPG attack to rescue a soldier with internal injuries. His friend was heard to say in the ambulance that he would blow himself up if his friend died and succumbing to the fear of battle.
Masked Taoist Monks Celebrate Chinese Year Of The Rat
January 24, 2020, Hong Kong, China: Taoist Monks protect themselves with surgical masks during a ceremony to celebrate arrival of Year of the Rat at Wong Tai Shing Temple admist outbreak of Wuhan Pneumonia (coronavirus) on China Mainland.
Chinese New Year 2020 Eve in Malaysia
January 24, 2020, Banting, Selangor, Malaysia: People enjoy the colorful decorations during the eve of Chinese New Year celebrations inside a temple. The Chinese Lunar New Year on January 25 will welcome the year of the rat.
Chinese New Year London 2020
January 24, 2020, London, United Kingdom: Workers install lanterns on the streets as London's vibrant Chinatown district prepares for Chinese New Year celebrations.
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SAG Awards 2020
January 19, 2020, Los Angeles, California, USA: 'Access Hollywood' host ZURI HALL during red carpet arrivals for the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, held at The Shrine Expo Hall.
Kremlin Ballet Production of Snow Maiden in Moscow
JANUARY 24, 2020, Moscow, Russia: Prima ballerina NATALIA BALAKHNICHYOVA (R front) performs in the Kremlin Ballet production of Snow Maiden staged to the music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky at the State Kremlin Palace. The production marks the 25th anniversary of Balakhnichyova's artistic career.
18th Golden Eagle Awards in Moscow
JANUARY 24, 2020, Moscow, Russia: PAVEL DEREVYANKO receives the Best Actor on Television Award for House Arrest during the 18th Golden Eagle Awards ceremony at Mosfilm pavilion No 1. Established by the Russian National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the awards are given after the vote by the academy's members for outstanding achievements in the film industry in the previous year.
The Best Of Naba Aut/Win 2020/21 Rome Runway
January 24, 2020, Rome, Italy: Models on the catwalk for THE BEST OF NABA Fall/Winter 2020/21 at AltaRoma runway in Rome.
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January 25, 2018 - Daraga, Albay, Philippines - MARIA MAICA DE LA CRUZ and her husband, ARLO GERALD DE LA CRUZ, on their wedding day with the Mayon volcano erupting in the background. They were married earlier in the afternoon at Our Lady of the Gate Parish. After their wedding they walked out to Red Labuyo restaurant and the volcano started its eruption.
Tennis 2020: Australian Open: Day 5
January 24, 2020, Melbourne, Australia: NAOMI OSAKA of Japan laments after losing her third-round match at the 2020 Australian Open Grand Slam tennis tournament against C. Gauff of the United States. GAUFF WON 6:3, 6:4.
Tokyo 2020 Year Commemorative Fireworks
January 24, 2020, Tokyo, Japan: Fireworks are seen behind the giant Olympic rings to celebrate exactly half a year before starting the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo's waterfront area in Odaiba Marine Park. The Olympic Symbol will stay moored offshore of Odaiba Marine Park until the end of the Olympic Games and will be converted to the Paralympic Symbol in mid-August.
Karate 2020: Open de Paris: Premier League
January 24, 2020, Paris, Ile-de-France, France: LUCA MARESCA of Italy exults as he wins against V. FIGUEIRA for Brazil in the semi final of the Male Kumite -67kg
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July 26, 2018, Redding, California, USA: Firefighters attempt to save homes on Ridge Drive as the Carr Fire burns into the city of Redding on Thursday night. The Carr Fire in Shasta County leveled dozens of homes in the Redding area, killed two people and forced evacuation orders for more than 37,000 people after it jumped the Sacramento River Thursday.
Dakotas Ride
December 21, 2019, Vesta, Minnesota, USA: Man riding a horse as the Dakota riders, continue their journey through Vesta Minnesota on Saturday, the 11th day and 259 mile of a 325-mile Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride to Mankato, Minnesota, site of the largest mass execution in U.S. history. President Lincoln ordered the hanging of 38 Dakota Indians and later, two chiefs following their uprising against the U.S. government after the U.S. failed to honor land treaties, delayed federal payments to starving tribes and local white settlers rejected tribes offers to buy food on credit. After the war, the Dakotas were expelled to South Dakota and Nebraska, and their reservations in Minnesota abolished.
Dakotas Ride
December 19, 2019, Pipestone, Minnesota, USA: Riders continue their journey through Pipestone Minnesota on day 9 and 203 miles into the 325-mile Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride to Mankato, Minnesota, site of the largest mass execution in U.S. history. President Abraham Lincoln ordered the hanging of 38 Dakota Indians and later, two chiefs following their uprising against the U.S. government after the U.S. failed to honor land treaties, delayed federal payments to starving tribes and local white settlers rejected tribes' offers to buy food on credit. After the war, the Dakotas were expelled to South Dakota and Nebraska, and their reservations in Minnesota abolished.
Dakotas Ride
December 18, 2019, Pipestone, Minnesota, USA: A rider and his sweaty horse take a break during a stop at the South Dakota-Minnesota border on Wednesday, the 8th day and 167 mile of a 325-mile Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride to Mankato, Minnesota, site of the largest mass execution in U.S. history. President Abraham Lincoln ordered the hanging of 38 Dakota Indians and later, two chiefs following their uprising against the U.S. government after the U.S. failed to honor land treaties, delayed federal payments to starving tribes and local white settlers rejected tribes offers to buy food on credit. After the war, the Dakotas were expelled to South Dakota and Nebraska, and their reservations in Minnesota abolished.
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