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The headquarters of Germany's Deutsche Bank are photographed in Frankfurt, Germany, July 8, 2019.
In this picture taken on May 22, 2019, a mid-Qing dynasty era shadow puppet depicting A building gate is seen on display at the Beijing Shadow Show Troupe office in Beijing. - Shadow puppets flitting across screens and reliving age old stories have fascinated Chinese people for some 2,000 years, but falling audiences mean troupes are having to be creative to stay on the stage.
Malawi's musician with albinism Lazarus Chigwandali performs in Lilongwe's Area 3 Market on May 10, 2019. - Chigwandali is not the usual street musician. He is an albino, releasing a professional album, and the star of a documentary produced by Madonna. Albinos are often targeted in brutal attacks in Malawi and other southern African countries because they have white skin due to a hereditary condition that causes lack of pigmentation.
Media members stand outside a Deutsche Bank office in London, Britain July 8, 2019.
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People bow their heads during a minute of silence to commemorate the 25th anniversary of North Korea's founder Kim Il Sung's death in Pyongyang, North Korea, in this image released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on July 8, 2019. KCNA via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THIS IMAGE. NO THIRD PARTY SALES. SOUTH KOREA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN SOUTH KOREA.
SAN BERNARDINO, CALIFORNIA - JULY 07: Vicki Golden performs during HISTORY's Live Event 'Evel Live 2' at San Bernardino International Airport on July 07, 2019 in San Bernardino, California.
Fans catch a wristband thrown by Switzerland's Roger Federer after winning his fourth round match against Italy's Matteo Berrettini
Hindu devotees gather under a bridge near the Datteln-Hamm canal during a cleaning procession as part of the Sri Kamadchi Ampal’s annual Temple Festival on July 8, 2019 in Hamm, western Germany.
Riders cycle in the countryside during the third stage of the 106th edition of the Tour de France cycling race between Binche and Epernay, on July 8, 2019
Flood waters are pictured in North Arlington, Virginia, U.S., July 8, 2019 in this picture grab obtained from social media video. Twitter/Hope Hodge Seck/@hopeseck/via
A cleaner works outside the offices of German bank Deutsche Bank in central London on July 8, 2019. - Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank said Sunday it would cut 18,000 jobs by 2022, as the former leading light of the country's financial sector looks to escape years of turmoil. With almost 8,000 staff, Deutsche Bank is one of the biggest employers in the City of London.
U.S. first lady Melania Trump visits a field of American flags, each flag representing a child in the foster system in Cabell County, WV, most of them due to the opioid crisis, at Ritter Park in Huntington, W.V., U.S., July 8, 2019.
Ismailia Stadium, Ismailia, Egypt - July 8, 2019 Ghana fans inside the stadium before the match
An employee collects used refrigerators and freezers to be repaired or sent to a depollution site, at the Envie 44 association, in Saint Herblain near Nantes, France, July 8, 2019.
This photo grabbed from a video taken on July 7, 2019 and obtained on July 8, 2019 from Roberto Ferrucci ( shows the 292-meter-long Costa Deliziosa cruise ship sailing dangerously close to a 50-meter-long yacht (L) while being guided out of the port by tug boats along the Giudecca Canal in Venice during a thunderstorm. - A cruise ship narrowly missed a yacht while being towed out of Venice late July 7, just a month after a collision there renewed the controversy over the giant vessels. The 12-deck Costa Deliziosa, which is nearly 300 metres (1,000 feet) long and carries more than 3,800 passengers and crew, was being towed out in stormy conditions when the near-miss happened. (Photo by Roberto FERRUCCI / / AFP)

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