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December 11, 2023: Lawyers for ALEXEY NAVALNY said Monday they have lost contact with the jailed Russian opposition leader, who was believed to be imprisoned in a penal colony about 150 miles east of Moscow, and his whereabouts are unknown. FILE PHOTO SHOT ON: February 2, 2021, Moscow, Russia: Opposition activist Alexei Navalny appears at Moscow City Court.
zReportage.com Issue #917 Story of the Week: Published TUESDAY, December 5, 2023: 'Going With The Flow' MIGRANT SURGE Pictures by ZUMA Press award winning photographer K.C. Alfred: As the wind whipped through the camp under a gloomy afternoon sky, a dozen people from countries around the world huddled near a small bonfire trying to stay warm and keep the flames burning. Since September, residents in this remote border community in southeastern San Diego County have seen their population nearly double, jumping from 600 to 1,200 as migrants from around the world cross over into the US from Mexico. Customs and Border Protection blame the recent - more...
December 11, 2023, Gothenburg, Sweden: DIENABA SY of Senegal during the IHF Women's World Championship handball match between Cameroon and Senegal in Gothenburg. Senegal won 22:20.
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Israel-Hamas War 2023: Gaza Under Siege
Israel-Hamas War of 2023: October 7, 2023. Militants from Gaza fired thousands of rockets towards Israeli towns on Saturday morning, before breaking through the heavily fortified border fence with Israel and sending militants deep into Israeli territory. There, Hamas gunmen killed hundreds of people, including civilians and soldiers, and took hostages, sometimes from their homes. It took Israeli troops more than two days to take back control as fighting raged in the streets. On Monday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said it had retaken control of all Israeli communities in Gaza’s vicinity on its southern border after fighting with Hamas ended. The militant Hamas rulers of the Gaza Strip carried out an unprecedented, multi-front attack on Israel at daybreak Saturday, firing thousands of rockets as dozens of Hamas fighters infiltrated the heavily fortified border in several locations, killing hundreds and taking captives. Palestinian health officials reported scores of deaths from Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. Three reasons why experts say Hamas' recent attack is 'unprecedented'. The attacks were unprecedented in tactic and scale as Israel has not faced its adversaries in street battles on its own territory since the 1948 Arab-Israeli war. It has also never faced a terror attack of this magnitude that has taken the lives of so many civilians. While Hamas has kidnapped Israelis before, it has never before taken dozens of hostages at once, including children and the elderly. Hamas called the operation “Al-Aqsa Storm” and said that the assault was a response to what it described as Israeli attacks on women, the desecration of the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem and the ongoing siege of Gaza. IMAGE SHOT ON: October 9, 2023, Gaza, Palestine: A paramedic holds a little girl with her face full of blood and dirt from the effects of the bombing of Israeli planes.
Indonesian Boat Yard Workers
December 12, 2023, Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia: Workers carrying out the Annyorong Lopi tradition or pushing a boat using a pulley in the Makassar City Beach Area. They push and pull the boat using pulleys to enable it to sail on the sea. A historical moment that reflects the rich culture and togetherness of the Bugis people.
Japanese Inventor Known as Dr. NakaMats Speaks at the FCCJ
December 11, 2023, Tokyo, Japan: Japanese inventor YOSHIRO NAKAMATSU, known as ''Dr. NakaMats',' speaks at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo. The 95-year-old inventor will debut as a singer-songwriter and have a concert tour in the United States.
Israel-Hamas War 2023: Gaza Under Siege
December 11, 2023, Khan Yunis, Gaza Strip, Palestine: A column of smoke above KhanYunis after an Israeli bombing along the Gaza Strip amid the ongoing Hamas Israel war.
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ZUMA PRESS Best Entertainment 2023: May 24, 2023, Cannes, Cote d'Azur, France: Swedish supermodel ELSA ANNA SOFIE HOSK, 34, turned heads in an optical illusion dress by Viktor & Rolf on the red carpet for festival screening of 'The Pot-Au-Feu' , (original name was 'La Passion de Dodin Bouffant'), during the 76th Annual Cannes Film Festival. Dress features a deconstructed silhouette. Garment is equipped with a blush-colored corset attached to a protruding blue ballgown, that appears to have been digitally rotated to the right of Hoskís body. The Cinderella-esque number comes with a sweetheart neckline, bows at the waist and a billowing tulle skirt. Hosk teamed the trippy piece with a diamond necklace and metallic sandal heels. For glam, the runway star opted for sparkly blue eyeshadow and a nude lip. Hosk had her blonde tresses styled in a bouncy bob.
Tilda Swinton in Greece
December 11, 2023, Athens, Greece: Britsh actress TILDA SWINTON gives a press conference at Onassis Culture Center in Athens. Oscar winner Tilda Swinton, in a ritual-like fashion show, starring costumes from Pasolini's iconic films from ''The Gospel According to St. Matthew' and ''Arabian Nights'' or the '120 Days of Sodom.'
'Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom' London Photocall
December 11, 2023, London, UK: JASON MOMOA during a photocall for 'Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom' at Park Plaza Hotel in Westminster Bridge, London.
Olly Performs in Milan
December 10, 2023, Milan, Italy: OLLY (Federico Olivieri) performs during his Il Mondo Gira tour at the Fabrique in Milan, Italy.
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ZUMA PRESS Best Sports 2023: September 17, 2023, Houston, Texas, USA: Texans linebacker DENZEL PERRYMAN (6) tackles Colts running back ZACK MOSS (21) during an NFL game between the Texans and the Colts. The Colts won, 31-20.
Skiing 2023: FIS World Cup Arosa
December 11, 2023, Arosa, Switzerland: TYLER WALLASCH (USA) in action during the mens Ski Cross, qualification for the Freestyle Skiing FIS World Cup in Arosa.
Soccer 2023: Arsenal Team Training
December 11, 2023, London, UK: Arsenal's DECLAN RICE during a training session at the Arsenal Training Centre, London Colney, Hertfordshire.
Cyclocross 2023: UCI World Cup Val Di Sole
December 11, 2023, Val Di Sole Trentino, Italy: JORIS NIEUWENHUIS wins the 7th leg of the men's elite UCI cyclo-cross World Cup 2023 - 2024 race, Val Di Sole Trentino cyclocross in Val Di Sole Trentino, Italy.
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March 19, 2020, Lhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia: An Indonesian volunteer from Health Department wears a protective suit as he uses fumigation equipment to disinfect common areas in Lhokseumawe, Aceh province. Indonesian government confirmed for COVID-19 coronavirus cases to 227, 11 people recovered, and 19 people deaths.
Going With The Flow: MIGRANT SURGE
December 3, 2023, Jacumba Hot Springs, California, USA: Asylum seeking migrants, handcuffed in pairs, head to board a bus near the small, desert San Diego County border community of Jacumba Hot Springs before heading to a processing facility.
Going With The Flow: MIGRANT SURGE
December 3, 2023, Jacumba Hot Springs, California, USA: Asylum seeking migrants make shelters in an open-air holding area next to the U.S.-Mexico border near the small, desert San Diego County community of Jacumba Hot Springs. Hundreds of asylum seekers have been crossing the border into the United States daily and face cold nights, where they wait to be processed.
Going With The Flow: MIGRANT SURGE
December 3, 2023, Jacumba Hot Springs, California, USA: A female asylum seeking migrant from China holds up her passport and paperwork as she is photographed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in an open-air holding area as they prepare to board a bus to a processing facility near to the small, desert San Diego County border community of Jacumba Hot Springs. The U.S. is seeing a big increase in Chinese immigrants arriving using a relatively new and perilous route through Panama's Darien Gap jungle, thanks in part to social media posts and videos providing step-by-step guidance.
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