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Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019. SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019. SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019. SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Footwear is seen as Buddhist monks, nuns, and members from the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, attend the group's annual meeting in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  Ye Aung THU / AFP

Footwear is seen as Buddhist monks, nuns, and members from the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, attend the group's annual meeting in Yangon on June 17, 2019. Ye Aung THU / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019. SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019. SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  Sai Aung MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019. Sai Aung MAIN / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  Ye Aung THU / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019. Ye Aung THU / AFP

Buddhist monks and devotees rest in a temple at the Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon on June 14, 2019.  Ye Aung THU / AFP

Buddhist monks and devotees rest in a temple at the Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon on June 14, 2019. Ye Aung THU / AFP

Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP
Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP
Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP
Footwear is seen as Buddhist monks, nuns, and members from the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, attend the group's annual meeting in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  Ye Aung THU / AFP
Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP
Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  SAI AUNG MAIN / AFP
Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  Sai Aung MAIN / AFP
Buddhist monks attend the annual meeting of the ultra-nationalist group Buddha Dhamma Parahita Foundation, previously known as Ma Ba Tha, in Yangon on June 17, 2019.  Ye Aung THU / AFP
Buddhist monks and devotees rest in a temple at the Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon on June 14, 2019.  Ye Aung THU / AFP
Mud is thrown at runners as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Mud is thrown at runners as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Mud is thrown at runners as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Mud is thrown at runners as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

A runner crawls in mud as he takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

A runner crawls in mud as he takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

A runner gestures as he takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

A runner gestures as he takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

A runner wearing a medieval knight costume takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

A runner wearing a medieval knight costume takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners crawl in the mud under barbed wire as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners crawl in the mud under barbed wire as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners wearing camouflage face paint react as they takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners wearing camouflage face paint react as they takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners cheer as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners cheer as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019. ALAIN JOCARD / AFP

Mud is thrown at runners as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
Mud is thrown at runners as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
A runner crawls in mud as he takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
A runner gestures as he takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
A runner wearing a medieval knight costume takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
Runners crawl in the mud under barbed wire as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
Runners wearing camouflage face paint react as they takes part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
Runners cheer as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
Runners cross an obstacle as they take part in the Mud Day, a 13km race with obstacles in Beynes, near Paris on June 16, 2019.  ALAIN JOCARD / AFP
An ambulance is pictured surrounded by thousands of protesters dressed in black during a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong.  HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP

An ambulance is pictured surrounded by thousands of protesters dressed in black during a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong. HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP

Hundreds of thousands of protesters choked Hong Kong's streets for a second straight on June 16 in a defiant rebuke of a reviled extradition law, piling pressure on the city's embattled pro-Beijing leader despite a weekend climbdown. HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP

Hundreds of thousands of protesters choked Hong Kong's streets for a second straight on June 16 in a defiant rebuke of a reviled extradition law, piling pressure on the city's embattled pro-Beijing leader despite a weekend climbdown. HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP

Protesters gather outside the government headquarters after a rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong  DALE DE LA REY / AFP

Protesters gather outside the government headquarters after a rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong DALE DE LA REY / AFP

Tens of thousands of people rallied in central Hong Kong on June 16 as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader. STR / AFP

Tens of thousands of people rallied in central Hong Kong on June 16 as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader. STR / AFP

People carry a banner reading "Make love no shoot" in reference to police firing on protesters on June 12, as thousands of protesters dressed in black take part in a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong  Dale DE LA REY / AFP

People carry a banner reading "Make love no shoot" in reference to police firing on protesters on June 12, as thousands of protesters dressed in black take part in a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong Dale DE LA REY / AFP

Police arrive to negotiate with protesters to clear a road in Hong Kong early.  ISAAC LAWRENCE / AFP

Police arrive to negotiate with protesters to clear a road in Hong Kong early. ISAAC LAWRENCE / AFP

A protester looks at messages left by demonstrators outside the government headquarters after a rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong .  DALE DE LA REY / AFP

A protester looks at messages left by demonstrators outside the government headquarters after a rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong . DALE DE LA REY / AFP

Tens of thousands of people rallied in central Hong Kong on Sunday as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader. Sam YEH / AFP

Tens of thousands of people rallied in central Hong Kong on Sunday as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader. Sam YEH / AFP

Hong Kong was braced for another mass rally, as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader in suspending the bill.  DALE DE LA REY / AFP

Hong Kong was braced for another mass rally, as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader in suspending the bill. DALE DE LA REY / AFP

 Thousands of protesters (R) dressed in black as reflected on the glass over a balcony (L) as they take part in a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong.  HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP

Thousands of protesters (R) dressed in black as reflected on the glass over a balcony (L) as they take part in a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong. HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP

An ambulance is pictured surrounded by thousands of protesters dressed in black during a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong.  HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP
Hundreds of thousands of protesters choked Hong Kong's streets for a second straight on June 16 in a defiant rebuke of a reviled extradition law, piling pressure on the city's embattled pro-Beijing leader despite a weekend climbdown. HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP
Protesters gather outside the government headquarters after a rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong  DALE DE LA REY / AFP
Tens of thousands of people rallied in central Hong Kong on June 16 as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader. STR / AFP
People carry a banner reading "Make love no shoot" in reference to police firing on protesters on June 12, as thousands of protesters dressed in black take part in a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong  Dale DE LA REY / AFP
Police arrive to negotiate with protesters to clear a road in Hong Kong early.  ISAAC LAWRENCE / AFP
A protester looks at messages left by demonstrators outside the government headquarters after a rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong .  DALE DE LA REY / AFP
Tens of thousands of people rallied in central Hong Kong on Sunday as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader. Sam YEH / AFP
Hong Kong was braced for another mass rally, as public anger seethed following unprecedented clashes between protesters and police over an extradition law, despite a climbdown by the city's embattled leader in suspending the bill.  DALE DE LA REY / AFP
 Thousands of protesters (R) dressed in black as reflected on the glass over a balcony (L) as they take part in a new rally against a controversial extradition law proposal in Hong Kong.  HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP
The Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral's rector Patrick Chauvet, attends the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris.Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP

The Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral's rector Patrick Chauvet, attends the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris.Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP

The Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit leads the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris. Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP

The Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit leads the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris. Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP

For safety reasons, the mass led by Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit will be celebrated on a very small scale. Worshippers will be expected to don hard hats but priests will be wearing their ceremonial garb.  Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

For safety reasons, the mass led by Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit will be celebrated on a very small scale. Worshippers will be expected to don hard hats but priests will be wearing their ceremonial garb. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

The Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit, holds the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris. The Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris will host its first mass on June 15, 2019. Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP

The Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit, holds the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris. The Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris will host its first mass on June 15, 2019. Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP

French Army General Jean-Louis Georgelin, in charge of Notre-Dame Cathedral's reconstruction (R) leaves after taking part in the first mass of cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris, two months after the April 15 devastating fire. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

French Army General Jean-Louis Georgelin, in charge of Notre-Dame Cathedral's reconstruction (R) leaves after taking part in the first mass of cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris, two months after the April 15 devastating fire. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

A member of the church answers journalists questions prior to entering the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, to take part in a mass, the first since the fire that destroyed the cathedral's roof on April 15, in Paris on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

A member of the church answers journalists questions prior to entering the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, to take part in a mass, the first since the fire that destroyed the cathedral's roof on April 15, in Paris on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

A woman holds a cross and roses as the first mass is held at the Notre-Dames de Paris Cathedral following the destructive April 15 fire, in Paris on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

A woman holds a cross and roses as the first mass is held at the Notre-Dames de Paris Cathedral following the destructive April 15 fire, in Paris on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

For safety reasons, the mass led by Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit will be celebrated on a very small scale. Worshippers will be expected to don hard hats but priests will be wearing their ceremonial garb. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

For safety reasons, the mass led by Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit will be celebrated on a very small scale. Worshippers will be expected to don hard hats but priests will be wearing their ceremonial garb. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit (C) arrives to hold the first mass of the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral two months after the fire, on June 15, 2019 in Paris. The Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris will host its first mass on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit (C) arrives to hold the first mass of the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral two months after the fire, on June 15, 2019 in Paris. The Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris will host its first mass on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

People stand on the river bank as they look towards the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

People stand on the river bank as they look towards the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP

The Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral's rector Patrick Chauvet, attends the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris.Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP
The Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit leads the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris. Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP
For safety reasons, the mass led by Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit will be celebrated on a very small scale. Worshippers will be expected to don hard hats but priests will be wearing their ceremonial garb.  Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP
The Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit, holds the first mass in a side chapel two months to the day after a devastating fire engulfed the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris. The Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris will host its first mass on June 15, 2019. Karine PERRET / POOL / AFP
French Army General Jean-Louis Georgelin, in charge of Notre-Dame Cathedral's reconstruction (R) leaves after taking part in the first mass of cathedral on June 15, 2019, in Paris, two months after the April 15 devastating fire. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP
A member of the church answers journalists questions prior to entering the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, to take part in a mass, the first since the fire that destroyed the cathedral's roof on April 15, in Paris on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP
A woman holds a cross and roses as the first mass is held at the Notre-Dames de Paris Cathedral following the destructive April 15 fire, in Paris on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP
For safety reasons, the mass led by Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit will be celebrated on a very small scale. Worshippers will be expected to don hard hats but priests will be wearing their ceremonial garb. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP
Archbishop of Paris Michel Aupetit (C) arrives to hold the first mass of the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral two months after the fire, on June 15, 2019 in Paris. The Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris will host its first mass on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP
People stand on the river bank as they look towards the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on June 15, 2019. Zakaria ABDELKAFI / AFP
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