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Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

A protester holds a flag stained with fake blood during a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

A protester holds a flag stained with fake blood during a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

Protesters chant and sing solidarity songs as they barricade barricade the Lagos-Ibadan expressway to protest against police brutality and the killing of protesters by the military, at Magboro, Ogun State, on October 21, 2020. Buildings in Nigeria's main city of Lagos were torched on October 21, 2020 and sporadic clashes erupted after the shooting of peaceful protesters in which Amnesty International said security forces had killed several people. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of over 1,000 p

Protesters chant and sing solidarity songs as they barricade barricade the Lagos-Ibadan expressway to protest against police brutality and the killing of protesters by the military, at Magboro, Ogun State, on October 21, 2020. Buildings in Nigeria's main city of Lagos were torched on October 21, 2020 and sporadic clashes erupted after the shooting of peaceful protesters in which Amnesty International said security forces had killed several people. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of over 1,000 people on the evening of October 20, 2020, to disperse them after a curfew was imposed to end spiralling protests over police brutality and deep-rooted social grievances. PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP

A general view of a deserted toll-gate after10 days of occupation by protesters in Nigeria on October 21, 2020, after the security forces opened fire on a peaceful sit-in protest on October 20, 2020 in which Amnesty International said several people were killed. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of over 1,000 people on the evening of October 20, 2020, to disperse them after a curfew was imposed to end spiraling protests over police brutality and deep-rooted social grievances. SOPHIE BOUILLON / AF

A general view of a deserted toll-gate after10 days of occupation by protesters in Nigeria on October 21, 2020, after the security forces opened fire on a peaceful sit-in protest on October 20, 2020 in which Amnesty International said several people were killed. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of over 1,000 people on the evening of October 20, 2020, to disperse them after a curfew was imposed to end spiraling protests over police brutality and deep-rooted social grievances. SOPHIE BOUILLON / AFP

A Nigerian based in South Africa shows the middle finger and words "EndSars" shaved on his head during a protest outside the Nigerian embassy in Pretoria on October 21, 2020 in solidarity with Nigerian youth who are demanding an end to police brutality in the form of The Nigerian Police Force Unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Phill Magakoe / AFP

A Nigerian based in South Africa shows the middle finger and words "EndSars" shaved on his head during a protest outside the Nigerian embassy in Pretoria on October 21, 2020 in solidarity with Nigerian youth who are demanding an end to police brutality in the form of The Nigerian Police Force Unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Phill Magakoe / AFP

A Nigerian woman based in South Africa weep as others comfort her during a protest outside their embassy in Pretoria on October 21, 2020 in solidarity with Nigerian youth who are demanding an end to police brutality in the form of The Nigerian Police Force Unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Phill Magakoe / AFP

A Nigerian woman based in South Africa weep as others comfort her during a protest outside their embassy in Pretoria on October 21, 2020 in solidarity with Nigerian youth who are demanding an end to police brutality in the form of The Nigerian Police Force Unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Phill Magakoe / AFP

A protester raise the Nigerian national flag at a barricade mounted by potesters on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway to protest against police brutality and the killing of protesters by the military, at Magboro, Ogun State, on October 21, 2020. Buildings in Nigeria's main city of Lagos were torched on October 21, 2020 and sporadic clashes erupted after the shooting of peaceful protesters in which Amnesty International said security forces had killed several people. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of

A protester raise the Nigerian national flag at a barricade mounted by potesters on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway to protest against police brutality and the killing of protesters by the military, at Magboro, Ogun State, on October 21, 2020. Buildings in Nigeria's main city of Lagos were torched on October 21, 2020 and sporadic clashes erupted after the shooting of peaceful protesters in which Amnesty International said security forces had killed several people. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of over 1,000 people on the evening of October 20, 2020, to disperse them after a curfew was imposed to end spiralling protests over police brutality and deep-rooted social grievances. PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP

Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP
A protester holds a flag stained with fake blood during a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP
Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP
Protesters chant and sing solidarity songs as they barricade barricade the Lagos-Ibadan expressway to protest against police brutality and the killing of protesters by the military, at Magboro, Ogun State, on October 21, 2020. Buildings in Nigeria's main city of Lagos were torched on October 21, 2020 and sporadic clashes erupted after the shooting of peaceful protesters in which Amnesty International said security forces had killed several people. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of over 1,000 p
A general view of a deserted toll-gate after10 days of occupation by protesters in Nigeria on October 21, 2020, after the security forces opened fire on a peaceful sit-in protest on October 20, 2020 in which Amnesty International said several people were killed. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of over 1,000 people on the evening of October 20, 2020, to disperse them after a curfew was imposed to end spiraling protests over police brutality and deep-rooted social grievances. SOPHIE BOUILLON / AF
A Nigerian based in South Africa shows the middle finger and words "EndSars" shaved on his head during a protest outside the Nigerian embassy in Pretoria on October 21, 2020 in solidarity with Nigerian youth who are demanding an end to police brutality in the form of The Nigerian Police Force Unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Phill Magakoe / AFP
A Nigerian woman based in South Africa weep as others comfort her during a protest outside their embassy in Pretoria on October 21, 2020 in solidarity with Nigerian youth who are demanding an end to police brutality in the form of The Nigerian Police Force Unit, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Phill Magakoe / AFP
A protester raise the Nigerian national flag at a barricade mounted by potesters on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway to protest against police brutality and the killing of protesters by the military, at Magboro, Ogun State, on October 21, 2020. Buildings in Nigeria's main city of Lagos were torched on October 21, 2020 and sporadic clashes erupted after the shooting of peaceful protesters in which Amnesty International said security forces had killed several people. Witnesses said gunmen opened fire on a crowd of
Protestors attend a demonstration outside the Nigerian High Commission against police brutality in Lagos in London on October 21, 2020. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called Wednesday for an end to what he called "brutality" by police in Nigeria, which has been rocked by two weeks of protests. Guterres said gunmen that opened fire on peaceful protesters Tuesday evening in Lagos caused "multiple deaths" and many injuries. Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP
Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of the Hatab Square in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of the Hatab Square in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of the Hatab Square in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of the Hatab Square in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

People collect scrap steel rods from the rubble and destruction in the aftermath of aerial bombardment in the town of Ihsim in Syria's rebel-held northwestern Idlib province, on October 18, 2020. Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP

People collect scrap steel rods from the rubble and destruction in the aftermath of aerial bombardment in the town of Ihsim in Syria's rebel-held northwestern Idlib province, on October 18, 2020. Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP

Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of the Hatab Square in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP
Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP
Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP
Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP
Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of the Hatab Square in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP
Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP
People collect scrap steel rods from the rubble and destruction in the aftermath of aerial bombardment in the town of Ihsim in Syria's rebel-held northwestern Idlib province, on October 18, 2020. Omar HAJ KADOUR / AFP
Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP
Syrian workers take part in the reconstruction of Martini restaurant and hotel in the Jdaideh neighbourhood in Aleppo's Old City on October 17, 2020. AFP
A Palestinian woman screams during a protest against the Israel siege of Gaza Strip at Gaza’s Eastern border, May 2018. Plastic bags are used by demonstrators to protect themselves against teargas.⁣ From ‘The Great March of Return’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for Yahoo News (@yahoonews).⁣ ⁣ (Instagram)

A Palestinian woman screams during a protest against the Israel siege of Gaza Strip at Gaza’s Eastern border, May 2018. Plastic bags are used by demonstrators to protect themselves against teargas.⁣ From ‘The Great March of Return’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for Yahoo News (@yahoonews).⁣ ⁣ (Instagram)

 Palestinians scream during the ‘Great March of Return’ protest at Gaza’s Eastern border with Israel, April 2018.⁣ From ‘The Great March of Return’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for Yahoo News (@yahoonews).⁣ (Instagram)

Palestinians scream during the ‘Great March of Return’ protest at Gaza’s Eastern border with Israel, April 2018.⁣ From ‘The Great March of Return’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for Yahoo News (@yahoonews).⁣ (Instagram)

A Syrian family weeps tears of joy after reaching the Greek island of Lesbos from Turkey on a rubber boat, 10 October 2015.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)

A Syrian family weeps tears of joy after reaching the Greek island of Lesbos from Turkey on a rubber boat, 10 October 20155. From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)

A Syrian refugee rests on a bus crossing Serbia on 29 August 2015. The bus brings her from the Macedonian northern border to Belgrade.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)

A Syrian refugee rests on a bus crossing Serbia on 29 August 2015. The bus brings her from the Macedonian northern border to Belgrade.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)

A Syrian woman looks at the sea near Mersin, on the Western coast of Turkey, on 29 January 2015.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)

A Syrian woman looks at the sea near Mersin, on the Western coast of Turkey, on 29 January 2015.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)

Portrait of a Syrian family in Lesbos, Greece, in October 2015.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)

Portrait of a Syrian family in Lesbos, Greece, in October 2015.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)

Demonstrators climb a statue in Plaza Baquedano on the night of 30 November 2019. Protesters, often together with football supporters, frequently gathered on Plaza Baquedano over weekends to chant and celebrate.⁣ ⁣ From ‘Chile: The Rebellion Against Neoliberalism’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for L’Espresso (@espressosettimanale).⁣ (Instagram)

Demonstrators climb a statue in Plaza Baquedano on the night of 30 November 2019. Protesters, often together with football supporters, frequently gathered on Plaza Baquedano over weekends to chant and celebrate.⁣ ⁣ From ‘Chile: The Rebellion Against Neoliberalism’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for L’Espresso (@espressosettimanale).⁣ (Instagram)

Women in Santiago, Chile, perform ‘Un Violador en tu Camino’ (A Rapist in your Path), a protest song that went viral and came to be used across South America, on 4 December 2019. Many wear red scarves & lipstick symbolizing the sexual nature of assaults, & are blindfolded in solidarity with people blinded by police.⁣ ⁣ From ‘Chile: The Rebellion Against Neoliberalism’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for L’Espresso (@espressosettimanale).⁣

Women in Santiago, Chile, perform ‘Un Violador en tu Camino’ (A Rapist in your Path), a protest song that went viral and came to be used across South America, on 4 December 2019. Many wear red scarves & lipstick symbolizing the sexual nature of assaults, & are blindfolded in solidarity with people blinded by police.⁣ ⁣ From ‘Chile: The Rebellion Against Neoliberalism’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for L’Espresso (@espressosettimanale).⁣

Men who have fled a final area of IS control wait to be questioned near Baghuz, Syria, about their links to the group, on 7 February 2019.⁣ ⁣ From ‘ISIS and its Aftermath in Syria’ by Ivor Prickett (@ivorprickett) for The New York Times (@nytimes).⁣

Men who have fled a final area of IS control wait to be questioned near Baghuz, Syria, about their links to the group, on 7 February 2019.⁣ ⁣ From ‘ISIS and its Aftermath in Syria’ by Ivor Prickett (@ivorprickett) for The New York Times (@nytimes).⁣

A Palestinian woman screams during a protest against the Israel siege of Gaza Strip at Gaza’s Eastern border, May 2018. Plastic bags are used by demonstrators to protect themselves against teargas.⁣ From ‘The Great March of Return’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for Yahoo News (@yahoonews).⁣ ⁣ (Instagram)
 Palestinians scream during the ‘Great March of Return’ protest at Gaza’s Eastern border with Israel, April 2018.⁣ From ‘The Great March of Return’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for Yahoo News (@yahoonews).⁣ (Instagram)
A Syrian family weeps tears of joy after reaching the Greek island of Lesbos from Turkey on a rubber boat, 10 October 2015.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)
A Syrian refugee rests on a bus crossing Serbia on 29 August 2015. The bus brings her from the Macedonian northern border to Belgrade.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)
A Syrian woman looks at the sea near Mersin, on the Western coast of Turkey, on 29 January 2015.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)
Portrait of a Syrian family in Lesbos, Greece, in October 2015.⁣ From ‘The Dream’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli).⁣ (Instagram)
Demonstrators climb a statue in Plaza Baquedano on the night of 30 November 2019. Protesters, often together with football supporters, frequently gathered on Plaza Baquedano over weekends to chant and celebrate.⁣ ⁣ From ‘Chile: The Rebellion Against Neoliberalism’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for L’Espresso (@espressosettimanale).⁣ (Instagram)
Women in Santiago, Chile, perform ‘Un Violador en tu Camino’ (A Rapist in your Path), a protest song that went viral and came to be used across South America, on 4 December 2019. Many wear red scarves & lipstick symbolizing the sexual nature of assaults, & are blindfolded in solidarity with people blinded by police.⁣ ⁣ From ‘Chile: The Rebellion Against Neoliberalism’ by Fabio Bucciarelli (@fabio_bucciarelli) for L’Espresso (@espressosettimanale).⁣
Men who have fled a final area of IS control wait to be questioned near Baghuz, Syria, about their links to the group, on 7 February 2019.⁣ ⁣ From ‘ISIS and its Aftermath in Syria’ by Ivor Prickett (@ivorprickett) for The New York Times (@nytimes).⁣
A man holds a placard reading "Liberty, I write your name by bleeding" as people gather in Strasbourg, eastern France, on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP

A man holds a placard reading "Liberty, I write your name by bleeding" as people gather in Strasbourg, eastern France, on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP

Thousands of people rally in different French cities on October 18 in a show of solidarity and defiance after a teacher was beheaded for showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.  FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP

Thousands of people rally in different French cities on October 18 in a show of solidarity and defiance after a teacher was beheaded for showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP

The murder of Samuel Paty in the suburb of French capital on October 16 shocked the country and brought back memories of a wave of Islamist violence in 2015. FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP

The murder of Samuel Paty in the suburb of French capital on October 16 shocked the country and brought back memories of a wave of Islamist violence in 2015. FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP

A person holds a French national flag with front covers of Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine as people gather on Place du Capitole in Toulouse on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. GEORGES GOBET / AFP

A person holds a French national flag with front covers of Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine as people gather on Place du Capitole in Toulouse on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. GEORGES GOBET / AFP

Thousands of people rally in different French cities on October 18 in a show of solidarity and defiance after a teacher was beheaded for showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. His murder in a Paris suburb on October 16 shocked the country and brought back memories of a wave of Islamist violence in 2015. Christophe SIMON / AFP

Thousands of people rally in different French cities on October 18 in a show of solidarity and defiance after a teacher was beheaded for showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. His murder in a Paris suburb on October 16 shocked the country and brought back memories of a wave of Islamist violence in 2015. Christophe SIMON / AFP

A woman holds a picture of Samuel Paty, Place de la Liberte in Lille on October 18, 2020, in homage to the history teacher, two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. FRANCOIS LO PRESTI / AFP

A woman holds a picture of Samuel Paty, Place de la Liberte in Lille on October 18, 2020, in homage to the history teacher, two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. FRANCOIS LO PRESTI / AFP

A person holds the front page of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo reading "Liberty, tolerance and equality" as people gather on the Vieux Port in Marseille on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP

A person holds the front page of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo reading "Liberty, tolerance and equality" as people gather on the Vieux Port in Marseille on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP

The man suspected of beheading on October 16 ,2020 a French teacher who had shown his students cartoons of the prophet Mohammed was an 18-year-old born in Moscow and originating from Russia's southern region of Chechnya, a judicial source said on October 17. Bertrand GUAY / AFP

The man suspected of beheading on October 16 ,2020 a French teacher who had shown his students cartoons of the prophet Mohammed was an 18-year-old born in Moscow and originating from Russia's southern region of Chechnya, a judicial source said on October 17. Bertrand GUAY / AFP

Flags of the City hall are at half-mast as people gather on Place du Capitole in Toulouse on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. GEORGES GOBET / AFP

Flags of the City hall are at half-mast as people gather on Place du Capitole in Toulouse on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. GEORGES GOBET / AFP

People gather on Place de la Republique in Paris on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. BERTRAND GUAY / AFP

People gather on Place de la Republique in Paris on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. BERTRAND GUAY / AFP

A man holds a placard reading "Liberty, I write your name by bleeding" as people gather in Strasbourg, eastern France, on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP
Thousands of people rally in different French cities on October 18 in a show of solidarity and defiance after a teacher was beheaded for showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.  FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP
The murder of Samuel Paty in the suburb of French capital on October 16 shocked the country and brought back memories of a wave of Islamist violence in 2015. FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP
A person holds a French national flag with front covers of Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine as people gather on Place du Capitole in Toulouse on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. GEORGES GOBET / AFP
Thousands of people rally in different French cities on October 18 in a show of solidarity and defiance after a teacher was beheaded for showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. His murder in a Paris suburb on October 16 shocked the country and brought back memories of a wave of Islamist violence in 2015. Christophe SIMON / AFP
A woman holds a picture of Samuel Paty, Place de la Liberte in Lille on October 18, 2020, in homage to the history teacher, two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. FRANCOIS LO PRESTI / AFP
A person holds the front page of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo reading "Liberty, tolerance and equality" as people gather on the Vieux Port in Marseille on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP
The man suspected of beheading on October 16 ,2020 a French teacher who had shown his students cartoons of the prophet Mohammed was an 18-year-old born in Moscow and originating from Russia's southern region of Chechnya, a judicial source said on October 17. Bertrand GUAY / AFP
Flags of the City hall are at half-mast as people gather on Place du Capitole in Toulouse on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. GEORGES GOBET / AFP
People gather on Place de la Republique in Paris on October 18, 2020, in homage to history teacher Samuel Paty two days after he was beheaded by an attacker who was shot dead by policemen. BERTRAND GUAY / AFP
Lebanese protesters gather to light the "October 17 torch" marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in front of the devastated port of the capital Beirut where a massive explosion took place more than two months ago, on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese protesters gather to light the "October 17 torch" marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in front of the devastated port of the capital Beirut where a massive explosion took place more than two months ago, on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

A Lebanese protester flashes the victory sign during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

A Lebanese protester flashes the victory sign during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese protesters lift placards during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese protesters lift placards during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese demonstrators wave the national flag as they drive to a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese demonstrators wave the national flag as they drive to a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese demonstrators carrying shields attend a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. Anwar AMRO / AFP

Lebanese demonstrators carrying shields attend a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. Anwar AMRO / AFP

Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese protesters carry torches during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese protesters carry torches during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP

Lebanese demonstrators play music during a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. Anwar AMRO / AFP

Lebanese demonstrators play music during a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. Anwar AMRO / AFP

Lebanese protesters gather to light the "October 17 torch" marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in front of the devastated port of the capital Beirut where a massive explosion took place more than two months ago, on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP
Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP
A Lebanese protester flashes the victory sign during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP
Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP
Lebanese protesters lift placards during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP
Lebanese demonstrators wave the national flag as they drive to a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP
Lebanese demonstrators carrying shields attend a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. Anwar AMRO / AFP
Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform. ANWAR AMRO / AFP
Lebanese protesters carry torches during a demonstration marking the one year anniversary of the beginning of a nationwide anti-government protest movement, in the capital Beirut on October 17, 2020. ANWAR AMRO / AFP
Lebanese demonstrators play music during a demonstration, marking the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement, in the capital Beirut's downtown area on October 17, 2020. Anwar AMRO / AFP

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