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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) and his wife Carrie Johnson welcome Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prior to the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall.

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) and his wife Carrie Johnson welcome Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prior to the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. Ludovic MARIN / AFP

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and France's President Emmanuel Macron take part in a bilateral meeting during the G7 summit in Carbis bay

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and France's President Emmanuel Macron take part in a bilateral meeting during the G7 summit in Carbis bay, Cornwall on June 12, 2021. Ludovic MARIN / AFP

South Korea's President Moon Jae-in and South Korea's first lady Kim Jung-sook arrive at Cornwall Airport Newquay, near Newquay, Cornwall, on June 11, 2021 for the G7 summit.

South Korea's President Moon Jae-in and South Korea's first lady Kim Jung-sook arrive at Cornwall Airport Newquay, near Newquay, Cornwall, on June 11, 2021 for the G7 summit. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for the three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. PETER NICHOLLS / POOL / AFP

US First Lady Jill Biden attends the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, south-west England on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay,

US First Lady Jill Biden attends the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, south-west England on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. Leon Neal / POOL / AFP

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) elbow-bumps Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel as he greets her and her husband Joachim Sauer at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) elbow-bumps Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel as he greets her and her husband Joachim Sauer at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. Ludovic MARIN / AFP

US President Joe Biden (L) and France's President Emmanuel Macron share a light moment before the family photo at the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall

US President Joe Biden (L) and France's President Emmanuel Macron share a light moment before the family photo at the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. Ludovic MARIN / AFP

A boat sculpture with the words 'As the sea dies, we die' written on the sail is pictured during an Extinction Rebellion climate change protest on the beach in St Ives, Cornwall on June 11, 2021, on the first day of the three-day G7 summit being held from 11-13 June. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for the three-day talks in Carbis Bay,

A boat sculpture with the words 'As the sea dies, we die' written on the sail is pictured during an Extinction Rebellion climate change protest on the beach in St Ives, Cornwall on June 11, 2021, on the first day of the three-day G7 summit being held from 11-13 June. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for the three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

L-R) Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President of the European Council Charles Michel, US President Joe Biden, Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Italy's Prime minister Mario Draghi, France's President Emmanuel Macron, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel pose for the family photo at the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy

L-R) Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President of the European Council Charles Michel, US President Joe Biden, Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Italy's Prime minister Mario Draghi, France's President Emmanuel Macron, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel pose for the family photo at the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. Leon Neal / POOL / AFP

L-R) President of the European Council Charles Michel, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, France's President Emmanuel Macron, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, US President Joe Biden, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Italy's Prime minister Mario Draghi attend a working sesssion at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay

L-R) President of the European Council Charles Michel, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, France's President Emmanuel Macron, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, US President Joe Biden, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Italy's Prime minister Mario Draghi attend a working sesssion at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall. Ludovic MARIN / AFP

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) and his wife Carrie Johnson welcome Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prior to the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall.
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and France's President Emmanuel Macron take part in a bilateral meeting during the G7 summit in Carbis bay
South Korea's President Moon Jae-in and South Korea's first lady Kim Jung-sook arrive at Cornwall Airport Newquay, near Newquay, Cornwall, on June 11, 2021 for the G7 summit.
US First Lady Jill Biden attends the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, south-west England on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay,
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) elbow-bumps Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel as he greets her and her husband Joachim Sauer at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall
US President Joe Biden (L) and France's President Emmanuel Macron share a light moment before the family photo at the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for three-day talks in Carbis Bay, Cornwall
A boat sculpture with the words 'As the sea dies, we die' written on the sail is pictured during an Extinction Rebellion climate change protest on the beach in St Ives, Cornwall on June 11, 2021, on the first day of the three-day G7 summit being held from 11-13 June. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the United States meet this weekend for the first time in nearly two years, for the three-day talks in Carbis Bay,
L-R) Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, President of the European Council Charles Michel, US President Joe Biden, Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Italy's Prime minister Mario Draghi, France's President Emmanuel Macron, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel pose for the family photo at the start of the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall on June 11, 2021. G7 leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy
L-R) President of the European Council Charles Michel, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, France's President Emmanuel Macron, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, US President Joe Biden, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Italy's Prime minister Mario Draghi attend a working sesssion at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay
Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron

Palestinian youths (front to back) Abdallah al-Natsheh, Usaid Abu Khalaf, and Hammam Abu Sneineh practice parkour over roofs and stairways of traditional stone houses in the West Bank city of Hebron, on June 5, 2021. HAZEM BADER / AFP

Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron

Palestinian youth Abdallah al-Natsheh practices parkour over roofs and stairways of traditional stone houses in the West Bank city of Hebron, on June 5, 2021. HAZEM BADER / AFP

Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron

Palestinian youths (front to back) Abdallah al-Natsheh, Usaid Abu Khalaf, and Hammam Abu Sneineh practice parkour over roofs and stairways of traditional stone houses in the West Bank city of Hebron, on June 5, 2021. HAZEM BADER / AFP

Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron

Palestinian youths Usaid Abu Khalaf (L) and Abdallah al-Natsheh, practice parkour over roofs and stairways of traditional stone houses in the West Bank city of Hebron, on June 5, 2021. HAZEM BADER / AFP

Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron

Palestinian youth Hammam Abu Sneineh practices parkour over roofs and stairways of traditional stone houses in the West Bank city of Hebron, on June 5, 2021. HAZEM BADER / AFP

Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron

Palestinian youths Hammam Abu Sneineh (L) and Abdallah al-Natsheh practice parkour over roofs and stairways of traditional stone houses in the West Bank city of Hebron, on June 5, 2021. HAZEM BADER / AFP

Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron

Palestinian youth Abdallah al-Natsheh practices parkour over roofs and stairways of traditional stone houses in the West Bank city of Hebron, on June 5, 2021. HAZEM BADER / AFP

Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron

Palestinian youths Hammam Abu Sneineh (C) and Abdallah al-Natsheh (L) practice parkour over roofs and stairways of traditional stone houses in the West Bank city of Hebron, on June 5, 2021. HAZEM BADER / AFP

Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron
Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron
Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron
Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron
Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron
Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron
Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron
Parkour in the West Bank City of Hebron
Free #MunaAlKurd #FreePalestine

Free #MunaAlKurd #FreePalestine (Twitter)

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by Mahmoud Abbas

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The Palestinian icon Muna al-Kurd is FREE after being detained today morning by Israeli occupation forces for leading #SaveSheikhJarrah campaign.

The Palestinian icon Muna al-Kurd is FREE after being detained today morning by Israeli occupation forces for leading #SaveSheikhJarrah campaign. (Twitteer)

The Palestinian icon Muna al-Kurd is FREE after being detained today morning by Israeli occupation forces for leading #SaveSheikhJarrah campaign.

The Palestinian icon Muna al-Kurd is FREE after being detained today morning by Israeli occupation forces for leading #SaveSheikhJarrah campaign. (Twitter)

Free #MunaAlKurd #FreePalestine
by Omar Adnan
By Rafat Alkhatib
by Omar Adnan
 by Mahmoud Abbas
by  Mahmoud Abbas
The Palestinian icon Muna al-Kurd is FREE after being detained today morning by Israeli occupation forces for leading #SaveSheikhJarrah campaign.
The Palestinian icon Muna al-Kurd is FREE after being detained today morning by Israeli occupation forces for leading #SaveSheikhJarrah campaign.
Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular

Dancers rehearse in Havana, on May 21, 2021. Driven by social networks, a troupe of young Cubans has attracted the attention of several stars abroad with their choreographies that mix hip-hop, reggaeton and salsa. YAMIL LAGE / AFP

Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular

Dancers perform in a street of Havana, on May 21, 2021. Driven by social networks, a troupe of young Cubans has attracted the attention of several stars abroad with their choreographies that mix hip-hop, reggaeton and salsa. YAMIL LAGE / AFP

Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular

Dancers rehearse in Havana, on May 21, 2021. Driven by social networks, a troupe of young Cubans has attracted the attention of several stars abroad with their choreographies that mix hip-hop, reggaeton and salsa. YAMIL LAGE / AFP

Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular

Dancers rehearse in Havana, on May 21, 2021. Driven by social networks, a troupe of young Cubans has attracted the attention of several stars abroad with their choreographies that mix hip-hop, reggaeton and salsa. YAMIL LAGE / AFP

Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular

Dancers rehearse in Havana, on May 21, 2021. Driven by social networks, a troupe of young Cubans has attracted the attention of several stars abroad with their choreographies that mix hip-hop, reggaeton and salsa. YAMIL LAGE / AFP

Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular

Cuban dancers arrive to a rehearsal in Havana, May 21, 2021. Driven by social networks, a troupe of young Cubans has attracted the attention of several stars abroad with their choreographies that mix hip-hop, reggaeton and salsa. YAMIL LAGE / AFP

Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular

Dancers rehearse in Havana, on May 21, 2021. Driven by social networks, a troupe of young Cubans has attracted the attention of several stars abroad with their choreographies that mix hip-hop, reggaeton and salsa. YAMIL LAGE / AFP

Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular

Dancers perform in a street of Havana, on May 21, 2021. Driven by social networks, a troupe of young Cubans has attracted the attention of several stars abroad with their choreographies that mix hip-hop, reggaeton and salsa. YAMIL LAGE / AFP

Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular
Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular
Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular
Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular
Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular
Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular
Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular
Cuban dance troupe Datway becomes popular
Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent.

Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent. Issouf SANOGO / AFP

Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent.

Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent. Issouf SANOGO / AFP

Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent

Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent. Issouf SANOGO / AFP

A woman hangs up dyed cotton fabric to dry at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent

A woman hangs up dyed cotton fabric to dry at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent. Issouf SANOGO / AFP

Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent

Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent. Issouf SANOGO / AFP

A dyer smiles as she poses for a photograph at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent

A dyer smiles as she poses for a photograph at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent. Issouf SANOGO / AFP

Dyers pose for a photograph at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent

Dyers pose for a photograph at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent. Issouf SANOGO / AFP

Ivorian-Burkinabe fashion designer Pathé Ouedraogo, known as Pathé'O, poses for a photograph in his store in Abidjan on May 26, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent

Ivorian-Burkinabe fashion designer Pathé Ouedraogo, known as Pathé'O, poses for a photograph in his store in Abidjan on May 26, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent. Issouf SANOGO / AFP

Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent.
Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent.
Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent
A woman hangs up dyed cotton fabric to dry at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent
Dyers dye cotton fabric at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent
A dyer smiles as she poses for a photograph at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent
Dyers pose for a photograph at Pathe'O house in the popular district of Treichville in Abidjan on March 31, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent
Ivorian-Burkinabe fashion designer Pathé Ouedraogo, known as Pathé'O, poses for a photograph in his store in Abidjan on May 26, 2021. A small self-taught tailor in his early years, the Ivorian-Burkinabe Pathe'O became the designer of African heads of state and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of his brand, leading the "fight" for the recognition of fashion on the continent

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