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A protester lobs a 'canister' back towards French security personnel during a demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit. Thomas SAMSON / AFP

A protester lobs a 'canister' back towards French security personnel during a demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit. Thomas SAMSON / AFP

French President Emmanuel Macron (C) welcomes German Chancellor Angela Merkel with a kiss past his wife Brigitte Macron at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Francois Mori / POOL / AFP

French President Emmanuel Macron (C) welcomes German Chancellor Angela Merkel with a kiss past his wife Brigitte Macron at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Francois Mori / POOL / AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) gestures past French President Emmanuel Macron at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Francois Mori / POOL / AFP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) gestures past French President Emmanuel Macron at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Francois Mori / POOL / AFP

French President Emmanuel Macron (2ndR) and his wife Brigitte Macron (R) pose with US President Donald Trump (2ndL) and US First Lady Melania Trump at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Nicholas Kamm / AFP

French President Emmanuel Macron (2ndR) and his wife Brigitte Macron (R) pose with US President Donald Trump (2ndL) and US First Lady Melania Trump at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Nicholas Kamm / AFP

Shadowed by the threat of global recession, a U.S. trade war with China and the possibility of one against Europe, the posturing by leaders of the G-7 rich democracies began well before they stood together for a summit photo. Nicholas Kamm / AFP

Shadowed by the threat of global recession, a U.S. trade war with China and the possibility of one against Europe, the posturing by leaders of the G-7 rich democracies began well before they stood together for a summit photo. Nicholas Kamm / AFP

Photojournalist take pictures as three protesters tear down a barricade during demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit. Thomas SAMSON / AFP

Photojournalist take pictures as three protesters tear down a barricade during demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit. Thomas SAMSON / AFP

More than 9,000 anti-G7 protesters joined a mass march across the French-Spanish border as world leaders arrived for a summit in Biarritz just hours after activists clashed with police. Thomas SAMSON / AFP

More than 9,000 anti-G7 protesters joined a mass march across the French-Spanish border as world leaders arrived for a summit in Biarritz just hours after activists clashed with police. Thomas SAMSON / AFP

People play drums during a demonstration in Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit attended by the leaders of the world's seven richest democracies. GAIZKA IROZ / AFP

People play drums during a demonstration in Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit attended by the leaders of the world's seven richest democracies. GAIZKA IROZ / AFP

Demonstrators wear a traditional Basque shepherd costume, during a march in Hendaye, south-west France on August 24, 2019, against the annual G7 Summit. GEORGES GOBET / AFP

Demonstrators wear a traditional Basque shepherd costume, during a march in Hendaye, south-west France on August 24, 2019, against the annual G7 Summit. GEORGES GOBET / AFP

A protester kicks away a 'canister' fired by French security personnel during a demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019. Thomas SAMSON / AFP

A protester kicks away a 'canister' fired by French security personnel during a demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019. Thomas SAMSON / AFP

People work in the advanced press centre in the Casino of Biarritz, south-west France on August 24, 2019. ludovic MARIN / AFP

People work in the advanced press centre in the Casino of Biarritz, south-west France on August 24, 2019. ludovic MARIN / AFP

A protester lobs a 'canister' back towards French security personnel during a demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit. Thomas SAMSON / AFP
French President Emmanuel Macron (C) welcomes German Chancellor Angela Merkel with a kiss past his wife Brigitte Macron at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Francois Mori / POOL / AFP
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) gestures past French President Emmanuel Macron at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Francois Mori / POOL / AFP
French President Emmanuel Macron (2ndR) and his wife Brigitte Macron (R) pose with US President Donald Trump (2ndL) and US First Lady Melania Trump at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner on August 24, 2019. Nicholas Kamm / AFP
Shadowed by the threat of global recession, a U.S. trade war with China and the possibility of one against Europe, the posturing by leaders of the G-7 rich democracies began well before they stood together for a summit photo. Nicholas Kamm / AFP
Photojournalist take pictures as three protesters tear down a barricade during demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit. Thomas SAMSON / AFP
More than 9,000 anti-G7 protesters joined a mass march across the French-Spanish border as world leaders arrived for a summit in Biarritz just hours after activists clashed with police. Thomas SAMSON / AFP
People play drums during a demonstration in Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the annual G7 Summit attended by the leaders of the world's seven richest democracies. GAIZKA IROZ / AFP
Demonstrators wear a traditional Basque shepherd costume, during a march in Hendaye, south-west France on August 24, 2019, against the annual G7 Summit. GEORGES GOBET / AFP
A protester kicks away a 'canister' fired by French security personnel during a demonstration in the city of Bayonne, south-west France on August 24, 2019. Thomas SAMSON / AFP
People work in the advanced press centre in the Casino of Biarritz, south-west France on August 24, 2019. ludovic MARIN / AFP
Archaeologists work on restoring relief sculptures at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district on August 18, 2019.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

Archaeologists work on restoring relief sculptures at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district on August 18, 2019. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

 Staircase in Cairo’s Indian-inspired Baron Empain Palace (Twitter)

Staircase in Cairo’s Indian-inspired Baron Empain Palace (Twitter)

Low angled view of external facade of Baron Empain Palace, Heliopolis district, Cairo, Egypt  (Shutterstock)

Low angled view of external facade of Baron Empain Palace, Heliopolis district, Cairo, Egypt (Shutterstock)

One of Cairo's neighborhoods is the Palace of the Baron, the only palace in the world that is not absent from the sun (Twitter)

One of Cairo's neighborhoods is the Palace of the Baron, the only palace in the world that is not absent from the sun (Twitter)

Archaeologists work on restoring relief sculptures at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district on August 18, 2019.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
This picture taken on August 18, 2019 shows restoration works ongoing at the historic "Le Palais Hindou" (also known as the "Baron Empain Palace") built by in the early 20th century by Belgian industrialist Edouard Louis Joseph, Baron Empain, in the classical Khmer architectural style of Cambodia's Angkor Wat, in the Egyptian capital Cairo's northeastern Heliopolis district.  Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
 Staircase in Cairo’s Indian-inspired Baron Empain Palace (Twitter)
Low angled view of external facade of Baron Empain Palace, Heliopolis district, Cairo, Egypt  (Shutterstock)
One of Cairo's neighborhoods is the Palace of the Baron, the only palace in the world that is not absent from the sun (Twitter)
Mexican activist Julia Klug poses with a banner against homophobia in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. Pork masks, a giant magnifying glass made with a sewing drum, and hundreds of costumes are included in the collection of Julia Klug. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Mexican activist Julia Klug poses with a banner against homophobia in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. Pork masks, a giant magnifying glass made with a sewing drum, and hundreds of costumes are included in the collection of Julia Klug. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Julia Klug, an activist who has made her outfits for demonstrations for over two decades motivated by her heartbreaking story. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Julia Klug, an activist who has made her outfits for demonstrations for over two decades motivated by her heartbreaking story. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

In this file photo taken on March 25, 2017 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds signs reading "For your right to be well informed, defend the journalist's work" and "Without journalism there is no democracy" during a protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, in Mexico City. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP

In this file photo taken on March 25, 2017 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds signs reading "For your right to be well informed, defend the journalist's work" and "Without journalism there is no democracy" during a protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, in Mexico City. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP

View of parts of outfits worn by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of outfits worn by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Mexican activist Julia Klug organizes Catholic outfits in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

Mexican activist Julia Klug organizes Catholic outfits in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP

 In this file photo taken on September 26, 2016 Mexican activist Julia Klug takes part in a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the second anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Pedro Pardo / AFP

In this file photo taken on September 26, 2016 Mexican activist Julia Klug takes part in a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the second anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Pedro Pardo / AFP

In this file photo taken on September 26, 2015 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds a fake coffin with skulls captioned "Justice, Democracy and Freedom" and a sign reading "It was the State" during a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the first anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Yuri CORTEZ / AFP

In this file photo taken on September 26, 2015 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds a fake coffin with skulls captioned "Justice, Democracy and Freedom" and a sign reading "It was the State" during a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the first anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Yuri CORTEZ / AFP

Mexican activist Julia Klug poses with a banner against homophobia in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. Pork masks, a giant magnifying glass made with a sewing drum, and hundreds of costumes are included in the collection of Julia Klug. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Julia Klug, an activist who has made her outfits for demonstrations for over two decades motivated by her heartbreaking story. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
In this file photo taken on March 25, 2017 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds signs reading "For your right to be well informed, defend the journalist's work" and "Without journalism there is no democracy" during a protest against the murder of Mexican journalist Miroslava Breach, in Mexico City. ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP
View of parts of outfits worn by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
View of parts of objects used by Mexican activist Julia Klug in protests, including a flag reading "Free Palestine" in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
Mexican activist Julia Klug organizes Catholic outfits in Mexico City on August 08, 2019. RODRIGO ARANGUA / AFP
 In this file photo taken on September 26, 2016 Mexican activist Julia Klug takes part in a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the second anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Pedro Pardo / AFP
In this file photo taken on September 26, 2015 Mexican activist Julia Klug holds a fake coffin with skulls captioned "Justice, Democracy and Freedom" and a sign reading "It was the State" during a protest in Mexico City, commemorating the first anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students. Yuri CORTEZ / AFP
A woman uses a cell phone to shoot a video of children attending a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

A woman uses a cell phone to shoot a video of children attending a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

Children attend a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. (Twitter)

Children attend a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. (Twitter)

A member of Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde's mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative prepares a laptop connected to a projector and screen for a film screening for children at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

A member of Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde's mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative prepares a laptop connected to a projector and screen for a film screening for children at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

Children attend a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019.  DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

Children attend a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

 Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

A member of Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde's mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative prepares a projector screen for a film screening for children at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019.  DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

A member of Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde's mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative prepares a projector screen for a film screening for children at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP

A woman uses a cell phone to shoot a video of children attending a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP
Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP
Children attend a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. (Twitter)
A member of Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde's mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative prepares a laptop connected to a projector and screen for a film screening for children at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP
Children attend a film screening as part of the mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative organised by Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde, at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019.  DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP
 Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP
Hinde is screening films in remote villages using just a laptop, projector and a canvas screen. With some films dubbed into Kurdish and others subtitled, he and a team of volunteers want to spread their love of cinema across Rojava, the Kurdish name of the semi-autonomous northeast of war-torn Syria. DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP
A member of Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Shero Hinde's mobile cinema "Komina Film" initiative prepares a projector screen for a film screening for children at a school yard in the village of Shaghir Bazar, 55 kilometres southest of Qamishli in the Kurdish-populated areas of northeastern Syria's Hasakeh province, on July 28, 2019.  DELIL SOULEIMAN / AFP
Off the coast of Aqaba, a floating crane manoeuvres into position to build Jordan’s latest tourist attraction: an underwater museum of military vehicles, located on top of a coral reef. (AFP)

Off the coast of Aqaba, a floating crane manoeuvres into position to build Jordan’s latest tourist attraction: an underwater museum of military vehicles, located on top of a coral reef. (AFP)

The seabed near Aqaba is also home to a C-130 Hercules jet, which was sunk last year, as well as a tank and shipwreck which were submerged during the late 1990s. (AFP)

The seabed near Aqaba is also home to a C-130 Hercules jet, which was sunk last year, as well as a tank and shipwreck which were submerged during the late 1990s. (AFP)

A Military Underwater Museum in Jordan's Aqaba. (Twitter)

A Military Underwater Museum in Jordan's Aqaba. (Twitter)

An armoured vehicle sits amid the clear waters: the museum plans to submerge further attractions in the future for divers to explore. "Placing these military vehicles in this location will allow coral reefs, corals as well as marine life - including fish, to find a safe sanctuary," says Abdullah Abu Awali, manager of the shorelines. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)

An armoured vehicle sits amid the clear waters: the museum plans to submerge further attractions in the future for divers to explore. "Placing these military vehicles in this location will allow coral reefs, corals as well as marine life - including fish, to find a safe sanctuary," says Abdullah Abu Awali, manager of the shorelines. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)

The museum includes several Khalid battle tanks which previously belonged to the Jordanian Armed Forces. The vehicles have been carefully positioned to replicate battle formation. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)

The museum includes several Khalid battle tanks which previously belonged to the Jordanian Armed Forces. The vehicles have been carefully positioned to replicate battle formation. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)

The full complement of vehicles includes tanks, an ambulance, a military crane, a troop carrier, guns and a combat helicopter. This anti-aircraft vehicle previously belonged to the Jordanian Armed Forces. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)

The full complement of vehicles includes tanks, an ambulance, a military crane, a troop carrier, guns and a combat helicopter. This anti-aircraft vehicle previously belonged to the Jordanian Armed Forces. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)

A tracked medical vehicle: Jordan is not the only country in the region to sink vehicles for divers to explore: later this month, Bahrain will open a theme park off Diyar Al Muharraq which includes a submerged Boeing 747. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)

A tracked medical vehicle: Jordan is not the only country in the region to sink vehicles for divers to explore: later this month, Bahrain will open a theme park off Diyar Al Muharraq which includes a submerged Boeing 747. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)

The crane lowers a Jordanian Armed Forces' armoured vehicle. (YouTube Screenshot)

The crane lowers a Jordanian Armed Forces' armoured vehicle. (YouTube Screenshot)

Off the coast of Aqaba, a floating crane manoeuvres into position to build Jordan’s latest tourist attraction: an underwater museum of military vehicles, located on top of a coral reef. (AFP)
The seabed near Aqaba is also home to a C-130 Hercules jet, which was sunk last year, as well as a tank and shipwreck which were submerged during the late 1990s. (AFP)
A Military Underwater Museum in Jordan's Aqaba. (Twitter)
An armoured vehicle sits amid the clear waters: the museum plans to submerge further attractions in the future for divers to explore. "Placing these military vehicles in this location will allow coral reefs, corals as well as marine life - including fish, to find a safe sanctuary," says Abdullah Abu Awali, manager of the shorelines. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)
The museum includes several Khalid battle tanks which previously belonged to the Jordanian Armed Forces. The vehicles have been carefully positioned to replicate battle formation. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)
The full complement of vehicles includes tanks, an ambulance, a military crane, a troop carrier, guns and a combat helicopter. This anti-aircraft vehicle previously belonged to the Jordanian Armed Forces. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)
A tracked medical vehicle: Jordan is not the only country in the region to sink vehicles for divers to explore: later this month, Bahrain will open a theme park off Diyar Al Muharraq which includes a submerged Boeing 747. (Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority/AFP)
The crane lowers a Jordanian Armed Forces' armoured vehicle. (YouTube Screenshot)

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