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A vehicle in flames after it was set on fire by an angry mob during a protest over recent police firing during a Durga Puja event, in Munger.

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An ambulance that belongs to a political party is set on fire as protesters walk nearby during a violent protest against a new Job Creation Law in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Protesters clashed with the police during the rally demanding that the government revoke the law they say will cripple labor rights.

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President Donald Trump talks to business owners, as he tours an area damaged during demonstrations after a police officer shot Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wis.

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Supporters of an Iran backed militia wave Shiite flags as they burn the building of Dijala local TV channel accusing it of broadcasting songs and dance on the holy Shiite day of Ashura in Baghdad, Iraq.

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Residents gather outside the residence of a Congress MLA, vandalised by a mob over a social media post allegedly by a relative of the leader, in Bengaluru. Atleast three people were killed after police opened fire to quell a mob.

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Residents walk past charred remains of vehicles vandalised by a mob over a social media post, allegedly by a relative of a Congress MLA, in Bengaluru. Atleast three people were killed after police opened fire to quell a mob.

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A policeman searches for documents inside a charred police vehicle vandalised by a mob over a social media post, allegedly by a relative of a Congress MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Police and residents walk past charred remains of vehicles vandalised by a mob over a social media post, allegedly by a relative of a Congress MLA, in Bengaluru.

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House belonging to a relative of a Congress MLA after being vandalised by a mob over a social media post allegedly by him, in Bengaluru.

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Police stand guard next to charred remains of vehicles vandalised by a mob over a social media post, allegedly by a relative of a Congress MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Police stand guard next to charred remains of vehicles vandalised by a mob over a social media post, allegedly by a relative of a Congress MLA, in Bengaluru. .

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A woman and a child walks past the wreckage of vehicles and furniture burnt during violent protests in Bengaluru. At least three people have died in the southern city also known as Bangalore after hundreds of demonstrators clashed with the police overnight against a Facebook post considered offensive to Muslims, attacking a police station and setting fire to vehicles, police said.

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A fire fighter douses a fire in a vehicle, set ablaze by a mob over a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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A special police force team 'Garudu' deployed at the site of violence after a mob vandalised a police station and burnt vehicles over a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Police personnel stand near a vehicle set ablaze by a mob over a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Police stand guard after a mob vandalised a police station following a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Police next to the charred remains of a vehicle vandalised by a mob over a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Police walk past damaged vehicles vandalised by a mob over a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Police and Revenue Minister R Ashoka inspect as they stand near the charred remains of vehicles, vandalised by a mob over a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Charred remains of a vehicle vandalised by a mob over a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Police stand next to the charred remains of a vehicle vandalised by a mob over a social media post by a relative of a MLA, in Bengaluru.

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Charred remains of a vehicle vandalised by a mob, in Bengaluru. A mob rampaged through Bengaluru's Pulakeshi Nagar Tuesday night and vandalised a police station and a Congress legislator's residence after an alleged relative of the MLA shared a social media post purportedly on a communal issue.

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Police personnel stand guard after a mob attacked several policemen who were enforcing lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus at Tikiapara in Howrah district,. The incident took place in the evening when a police patrol reached Tikiapara area after receiving inputs that a large number of people were jostling in a local market, violating the lockdown and social distancing norms.

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A mob attacked several policemen who were enforcing lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus at Tikiapara in Howrah district. The incident took place in the evening when a police patrol reached Tikiapara area after receiving inputs that a large number of people were jostling in a local market, violating the lockdown and social distancing norms.

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Police vehicle damaged after a mob attacked several policemen who were enforcing lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus at Tikiapara in Howrah district. The incident took place in the evening when a police patrol reached Tikiapara area after receiving inputs that a large number of people were jostling in a local market, violating the lockdown and social distancing norms.

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A police officer stands on the roof during a prison riot at Castro Castro prison in Lima, Peru. Peru's prison agency reported that three prisoners died from causes still under investigation after a riot at the Miguel Castro Castro prison in Lima. Inmates complain authorities are not doing enough to prevent the spread of coronavirus inside the prison.

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Security personnel patrol in Bhujpura area after a clash between locals and policemen who were attempting to close a vegetable market, during the nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, in Aligarh.

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A team of medical personnel and police along with the family members of a person who died of COVID-19 sit inside a vandalised ambulance after a mob attacked their vehicle with stones, in Moradabad.

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A police vehicle vandalised after a violent mob pelted stones at health workers, doctors and police officials, who had gone for a check-up of coronavirus suspects in the area, in Moradabad.

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Demonstrator attack a pick-up truck belonging to the fire department during an International Women's Day march in Mexico City's main square, the Zocalo. Protests against gender violence in Mexico have intensified in recent years amid an increase in killings of women and girls.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in northeast Delhi.

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A man carries body of his relative killed in violence over the amended citizenship law, at a hospital in Delhi.

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A man lies bleeding after being injured during clashes at Chand Bagh area of the riot-affected northeast Delhi.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law in Chand Bagh area of northeast Delhi.

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Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat visit family members of late Ratal Lal, a head constable with Delhi Police who lost his life during the communal riots in Northeast Delhi, at Sikar district of Rajasthan.

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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia during a meeting with SDMs to review relief operations, in New Delhi.

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Locals and kins of Aamir carry his mortal remains, who died in communal violence of Northeast Delhi, during a funeral procession, in Old Mustafabad.

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A woman looks at a mosque damaged during the recent communal riot in Delhi, at Old Mustafabad area in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal riot in northeast Delhi claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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A man comes out of a mosque damaged during the recent communal riot in Delhi, at Old Mustafabad area in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal riot in northeast Delhi claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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Congress delegation comprising of Selja Kumari, Sushmita Deb, Shaktisinh Gohil and Amarinder Singh visit riot-affected area, at Old Mustafabad area in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal riot in northeast Delhi claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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Mother and relatives of Mohammed Aamir and Hashim, both of them who lost their lives during the recent communal riot in Northeast Delhi, wail during their funeral procession at Old Mustafabad area in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal riot in northeast Delhi claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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People buy vegetables at Old Mustafabad in Northeast Delhi, Saturday. Situation in northeast Delhi was peaceful on Saturday following days of communal riot which claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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A view of a market area at Old Mustafabad in Northeast Delhi. Situation in northeast Delhi was peaceful on Saturday following days of communal riot which claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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Family members and locals carry the mortal remains of Hashim, brother of Mohammad Aamir, during a funeral procession at Old Mustafabad in Northeast Delhi. Both Hashim and Aamir were killed during the communal riot in northeast Delhi which claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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A man holds a photograph of Sabeer as his father (C) gets emotional outside GTB hospital in New Delhi. Sabeer has been missing since the Northeast Delhi communal riot in which at least 42 people were killed and more than 200 injured.

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A slingshot believed to have been used to hurl brickbats is seen tied to a railing in the backdrop of charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi. The death toll in Delhi's communal violence climbed to 42 on Friday.

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Tyre tubes and slingshots are seen at a rooftop of a school following communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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A local stands near a barricaded street following Tuesday's clashes over the new citizenship law, at Brij Puri area of northeast Delhi.

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People leave their houses following Tuesday's clashes over the new citizenship law, at Brij Puri area of northeast Delhi.

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A shopkeeper sorts through the charred remains of a vandalized and burned shop, following Tuesday's violence, at Khajuri Khas extension area of northeast Delhi. There were some areas of normalcy in the riot-hit localities of northeast Delhi with shops opening.

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A Delhi municipal worker stands next to heaps of the remains of vehicles, steel cupboards and other materials on a street vandalized in Tuesday's violence in New Delhi.

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A woman stands near charred remains of vandalised property set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in northeast Delhi.

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A crate of Molotov cocktails are seen on the roof of a house following Tuesday's violence in New Delhi.

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Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal interacts with residents during her inspection following clashes over the new citizenship law, at Khajuri Khas area of Northeast Delhi.

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A burnt property following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Northeast Delhi.

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Paramilitary soldiers patrol a street vandalized in Tuesday's violence in New Delhi.

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A man stands outside a vandalized and burned shop following Tuesday's violence in New Delhi.

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People leave their houses following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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Security personnel patrol streets following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Yamuna Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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Security personnel patrol streets following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Yamuna Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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Azra Khatun weeps as she waits to receive the body of her newphew Ashfaq Hussain (22), who was killed during communal violence in northeast Delhi area over the amended citizenship law, outside the mortuary of GTB hospital in New Delhi. The death toll in the communal violence has reached 32 on Thursday.

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People leave their houses following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Yamuna Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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People leave their houses following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Brij Puri area of northeast Delhi.

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A woman carrying a child walks past charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters following communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Yamuna Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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Woman speaks to media at communal violence hit area of northeast Delhi.

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Women carrying household items walks past charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters following communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in northeast Delhi.

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A passer-by looks at an abandoned body lying in a nullah at Brahampuri area following communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in northeast Delhi.

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Relatives of the victims, killed during communal violence in northeast Delhi area over the amended citizenship law, wait outside the mortuary of GTB hospital in New Delhi. The death toll in the communal violence has reached 32 on Thursday.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, at Shivpuri area of north east Delhi.

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Charred remains of a vandalised property set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, at Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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A charred car sits on a ravaged street in Karawal Nagar

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Delhi Police Special Commissioner (Law and Order) S N Shrivastava inspects Johar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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Security personnel during a flag march on the Jafrabad-Maujpur road in the wake of the violence in northeast Delhi.

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National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval interacts with Special Commissioner of Police in Delhi S.N. Srivastava during his visit to the riot affected areas to assess ground situation, in north east Delhi.

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National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval during his visit to the riot affected areas to assess ground situation, in north east Delhi. At least 22 people have lost their lives in the communal violence over the amended citizenship law as police struggled to check the rioters who ran amok on streets, burning and looting shops, pelting stones and thrashing people.

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Security personnel conduct patrolling as they walk past Bhagirathi Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law at Shiv Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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Books lie scattered at the Rajdhani Public School which was vandalized in Tuesday's violence at Shiv Vihar in New Delhi.

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Security personnel conduct patrolling as they walk past Bhagirathi Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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Charred remains of vehicles allegedly set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law at Shiv Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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A vandalised private school in Shiv Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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Brick-bats are seen amid vandalised properties in Bhagirathi Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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Brick-bats are seen amid vandalised properties in Bhagirathi Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi. At least 22 people have lost their lives in the communal violence over the amended citizenship law as police struggled to check the rioters who ran amok on streets, burning and looting shops, pelting stones and thrashing people.

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A Delhi police officer makes announcements to warn residents from venturing outside their homes as security officers patrol a street in New Delhi.

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A woman looks at a fuel station burnt during violence in New Delhi.

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A motorcyclist drives past shops that were set on fire by mobs in New Delhi.

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Paramilitary force soldiers take out a flag march in a senstitive area that saw violence on Tuesday, in New Delhi.

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A safe of a shop lie outside after it was ransacked during riots as paramilitary soldiers stand guard in New Delhi.

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Security officers order a shop to be shut in New Delhi. At least 20 people were killed in three days of clashes in New Delhi, with the death toll expected to rise as hospitals were overflowed with dozens of injured people, authorities said.

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Electricity department officers fix lines after they were vandalized in New Delhi.

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Paramilitary force soldiers ask people to go back in their houses after Tuesday's violence in New Delhi.

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Fire fighters douse a fire at Gokul puri tyre market which was burnt Tuesday in New Delhi.

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Fire fighters douse a fire at Gokul puri tyre market which was burnt Tuesday in New Delhi.

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A man stands on a car vandalized in Tuesday's violence in New Delhi.

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Burnt cars stand on a street that saw clashes Tuesday in New Delhi.

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A burnt tractor stands on a road littered with stones after Tuesday's violence in New Delhi.

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Delhi Police's Special CP (Law & Order) SN Srivastava (R) and Delhi Police spokesperson ACP Mandeep Singh Randhawa inspect Bhajanpura area following clashes over the new citizenship law, in northeast Delhi.

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East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) workers clear brick-bats lying on Maujpur-Babarpur road following clashes over the new citizenship law, in northeast Delhi.

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People leave their houses during clashes over the new citizenship law at Bhajanpura area of North-East Delhi.

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