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Ventura County Fire Department personnel respond to a boat fire on a 75-foot (23-meter) vessel off Santa Cruz Island, California, U.S. September 2, 2019.
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Residents hang on to the railing as a wave generated by Hurricane Dorian crashes into the jetty at Lighthouse Point Park in Ponce Inlet, Fla., Monday, Sept. 2, 2019.
AFP
A fire fighter holds a fire hose as they extinguish a paper recycling building warehouse that was set alight by alleged looters at Marabastad, near the Pretoria Central Business District (CBD) in Pretoria, South Africa on September 2, 2019, during widespread attacks on foreign nationals and looting of their shops. - South African police on September 2, 2019, arrested dozens of people following widespread looting and protests in the transport industry linked to a wave of anti-foreigner sentiment.
AFP
Demonstrators gather to protest against the government's move to suspend parliament in the final weeks before Brexit in Manchester, northwest England, on September 2, 2019. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday said the chances of a Brexit deal with Brussels were "rising" but ruled out any delay to the October 31 deadline for Britain to leave the European Union if no agreement is struck. Johnson also said he did not want a general election and urged rebel Conservative MPs not to undermine his negotiations with Brussels by voting with the opposition on a draft law that might force him to postpone Brexit.
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Wounded men receive treatment in a hospital after a large explosion in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, Sept. 2, 2019. The Taliban claimed responsibility for a large explosion in the Afghan capital Monday night, which government officials said targeted an area home to several international organizations and guesthouses
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A treasure hunter uses his metal detector on the beach ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Dorian in Daytona Beach, Florida, U.S., September 2, 2019.
AFP
Portugal's forward Cristiano Ronaldo (2L) accompanied with friends and family arrives for the Portuguese Football Federation "Quinas de Ouro 2019" awards ceremony at Carlos Lopes pavilion in Lisbon on September 2, 2019.
Reuters
Fish are displayed at a local market, in Buenos Aires, Argentina August 23, 2019. Picture taken August 23, 2019
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Supporters of the Lebanese Shiite Hezbollah movement hold pictures of the leader Hasan Nasrallah as they watch his speech, transmitted on a large screen in the Lebanese capital Beirut's southern suburbs, on September 2, 2019. The banner reads in Arabic: " Victory is from God (Nasr min Allah)". - Nasrallah said today there were "no more red lines" in the Lebanese movement's confrontation with Israel, which flared in a cross-border exchange of fire a day earlier.
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Members of the American Red Cross arrive at U.S. Coast Guard Station Channel Islands in Oxnard, Calif., Monday, Sept. 2, 2019.
AFP
Relatives and friends of murdered mayoral candidate Karina Garcia mourns over a banner of her political propaganda in Suarez, Cauca department, Colombia, on September 2, 2019 - Garcia and five other people died when their car was attacked Sunday night, authorities said Monday.
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