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People gather for a commemoration ceremony in front of Agos newspaper building on the 11th death anniversary of Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. He was assassinated in front of the Agos newspaper building in Istanbul in 2007.
People gather for a commemoration ceremony in front of Agos newspaper building on the 11th death anniversary of Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. He was assassinated in front of the Agos newspaper building in Istanbul in 2007.
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A massive banner with an image of Hrant Dink hangs down from a building during a commemoration ceremony in front of Agos newspaper building on the 11th death anniversary of Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. He was assassinated in front of the Agos newspaper building in Istanbul in 2007.
A massive banner with an image of Hrant Dink hangs down from a building during a commemoration ceremony in front of Agos newspaper building on the 11th death anniversary of Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. He was assassinated in front of the Agos newspaper building in Istanbul in 2007.
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A massive banner with an image of Hrant Dink hangs down from a building during a commemoration ceremony in front of Agos newspaper building on the 11th death anniversary of Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. He was assassinated in front of the Agos newspaper building in Istanbul in 2007.
A massive banner with an image of Hrant Dink hangs down from a building during a commemoration ceremony in front of Agos newspaper building on the 11th death anniversary of Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. He was assassinated in front of the Agos newspaper building in Istanbul in 2007.
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Macedonia's Daniel Doncevski shows the cross he pulled out of the freezing waters of the river Vardar in Skopje during the traditional holiday of Vodici (Epiphany), on January 19, 2018. Macedonians celebrated the Baptism of Christ with Orthodox Christian priests consecrating the waters of lakes and rivers by throwing in a cross and local men raced to find it. According to popular belief, the one who finds it will have a year of good luck.
Macedonia's Daniel Doncevski shows the cross he pulled out of the freezing waters of the river Vardar in Skopje during the traditional holiday of Vodici (Epiphany), on January 19, 2018. Macedonians celebrated the Baptism of Christ with Orthodox Christian priests consecrating the waters of lakes and rivers by throwing in a cross and local men raced to find it. According to popular belief, the one who finds it will have a year of good luck.
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People gather in front of Agos newspaper's office building where Hrant Dink was murdered for commemoration ceremony on his 11th death anniversary in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, was assassinated in Istanbul in 2007.
People gather in front of Agos newspaper's office building where Hrant Dink was murdered for commemoration ceremony on his 11th death anniversary in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, was assassinated in Istanbul in 2007.
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People gather in front of Agos newspaper's office building where Hrant Dink was murdered for commemoration ceremony on his 11th death anniversary in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, was assassinated in Istanbul in 2007.
People gather in front of Agos newspaper's office building where Hrant Dink was murdered for commemoration ceremony on his 11th death anniversary in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, was assassinated in Istanbul in 2007.
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People gather in front of Agos newspaper's office building where Hrant Dink was murdered for commemoration ceremony on his 11th death anniversary in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, was assassinated in Istanbul in 2007.
People gather in front of Agos newspaper's office building where Hrant Dink was murdered for commemoration ceremony on his 11th death anniversary in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, was assassinated in Istanbul in 2007.
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A woman holding a banner cries during a commemoration ceremony in front of Agos newspaper building on the 11th death anniversary of Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. He was assassinated in Istanbul in 2007.
A woman holding a banner cries during a commemoration ceremony in front of Agos newspaper building on the 11th death anniversary of Hrant Dink, former editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, in Istanbul, Turkey on January 19, 2018. He was assassinated in Istanbul in 2007.
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Waves break across the shore during a winter storm in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal town of Netanya, north of Tel Aviv, on January 19, 2018.
Waves break across the shore during a winter storm in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal town of Netanya, north of Tel Aviv, on January 19, 2018.
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Waves break across the shore during a winter storm in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal town of Netanya, north of Tel Aviv, on January 19, 2018.
Waves break across the shore during a winter storm in the Israeli Mediterranean coastal town of Netanya, north of Tel Aviv, on January 19, 2018.
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French President Emmanuel Macron reviews French Navy personel as he arrives aboard the French Mistral Class assault ship and helicopter carrier 'Dixmude' to attend a ceremony to present his wishes to the armed forces at the Toulon Naval Base in Toulon, southern France, on January 19, 2018.
French President Emmanuel Macron reviews French Navy personel as he arrives aboard the French Mistral Class assault ship and helicopter carrier 'Dixmude' to attend a ceremony to present his wishes to the armed forces at the Toulon Naval Base in Toulon, southern France, on January 19, 2018.
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French President Emmanuel Macron (L) and French Army Chief of Staff, General Francois Lecointre stand at attention as they review French Navy personel aboard the French Mistral Class assault ship and helicopter carrier 'Dixmude', prior to attending a ceremony to present the president's wishes to the armed forces at the Toulon Naval Base in Toulon, southern France, on January 19, 2018.
French President Emmanuel Macron (L) and French Army Chief of Staff, General Francois Lecointre stand at attention as they review French Navy personel aboard the French Mistral Class assault ship and helicopter carrier 'Dixmude', prior to attending a ceremony to present the president's wishes to the armed forces at the Toulon Naval Base in Toulon, southern France, on January 19, 2018.
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Men struggle as they try to leave the freezing waters of the Vardar River in Skopje on January 19, 2018, during the traditional holiday of Vodici (Epiphany).
Macedonians celebrate on this day the Baptism of Christ and Orthodox Christian priests consecrate the waters of lakes and rivers by throwing in a cross and local men race to find it. According to popular belief, the one who finds it will have a year of good luck.
Men struggle as they try to leave the freezing waters of the Vardar River in Skopje on January 19, 2018, during the traditional holiday of Vodici (Epiphany). Macedonians celebrate on this day the Baptism of Christ and Orthodox Christian priests consecrate the waters of lakes and rivers by throwing in a cross and local men race to find it. According to popular belief, the one who finds it will have a year of good luck.
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Daniel Doncevski triumphantly shows the cross he retrieved from the freezing waters of the Vardar River in Skopje on January 19, 2018, during the traditional holiday of Vodici (Epiphany).
Macedonians celebrate on this day the Baptism of Christ and Orthodox Christian priests consecrate the waters of lakes and rivers by throwing in a cross and local men race to find it. According to popular belief, the one who finds it will have a year of good luck.
Daniel Doncevski triumphantly shows the cross he retrieved from the freezing waters of the Vardar River in Skopje on January 19, 2018, during the traditional holiday of Vodici (Epiphany). Macedonians celebrate on this day the Baptism of Christ and Orthodox Christian priests consecrate the waters of lakes and rivers by throwing in a cross and local men race to find it. According to popular belief, the one who finds it will have a year of good luck.
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Daniel Doncevski triumphantly shows the cross he retrieved from the freezing waters of the Vardar River in Skopje on January 19, 2018, during the traditional holiday of Vodici (Epiphany).
Macedonians celebrate on this day the Baptism of Christ and Orthodox Christian priests consecrate the waters of lakes and rivers by throwing in a cross and local men race to find it. According to popular belief, the one who finds it will have a year of good luck.
Daniel Doncevski triumphantly shows the cross he retrieved from the freezing waters of the Vardar River in Skopje on January 19, 2018, during the traditional holiday of Vodici (Epiphany). Macedonians celebrate on this day the Baptism of Christ and Orthodox Christian priests consecrate the waters of lakes and rivers by throwing in a cross and local men race to find it. According to popular belief, the one who finds it will have a year of good luck.
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