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Light from a forest fire colours the sky red near the village of Entrimo, northwestern Spain

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Light from a forest fire colours the sky red near the village of Entrimo, northwestern Spain 

Mike Ashley, billionaire and founder of Sports Direct International Plc, places his wallet and a wad of 50 pound banknotes as he demonstrates the security checking procedures during a tour of the company's warehouse following the company's annual general meeting (AGM) at their headquarters in Shirebrook, U.K., on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016. Britain's biggest sporting-goods retailer has been admonished by lawmakers for presiding over “appalling” treatment of workers at its main warehouse and come under fire from shareholders over corporate governance. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

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Mike Ashley, billionaire and founder of Sports Direct International Plc, places his wallet and a wad of 50 pound banknotes as he demonstrates the security checking procedures during a tour of the company’s warehouse following the company’s annual general meeting (AGM) at their headquarters in Shirebrook, U.K

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is silhouetted as she gives a speech during a session of the German Bundestag (lower house of parliament) in Berlin on September 7, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZTOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty Images

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel is silhouetted as she gives a speech during a session of the German Bundestag in Berlin

Participants reenact the 1812 Battle of Borodino between Russia and the invading French army during anniversary celebrations near Moscow, Russia

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Participants re-enact the 1812 Battle of Borodino between Russia and the invading French army during anniversary celebrations near Moscow, Russia

A firefighter works on a wildfire on the coastline next to a residential area on September 6, 2016 in Benitachell, near Javea, in Valencia province, Spain. Hundreds of houses were affected by flames and around 1400 people had to be evacuated from their houses yesterday at the resort areas of Javea and Benitachell, due to the intense heat, strong winds and the dense vegetation in the area.

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A firefighter works on a wildfire on the coastline next to a residential area in Benitachell, near Javea, in Valencia province, Spain. Hundreds of houses were affected by flames and around 1400 people had to be evacuated from their houses yesterday at the resort areas of Javea and Benitachell, due to the intense heat, strong winds and the dense vegetation in the area.

Sisters of Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity walk up the steps to take their seats beneath St. Peter's Basilica for a thanksgiving Mass following Mother Teresa's canonization, in St. Peter's Square, at the Vatican, Monday, Sept. 5, 2016. Elevating the "saint of the gutters" to one of the Catholic Church's highest honors, Pope Francis on Sunday praised Mother Teresa for her radical dedication to society's outcasts and her courage in shaming world leaders for the "crimes of poverty they themselves created." (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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Sisters of Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity walk up the steps to take their seats beneath St. Peter’s Basilica for a thanksgiving Mass following Mother Teresa’s canonization, in St. Peter’s Square, at the Vatican 

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People look at a wildfire burning nearby Benitachel village, eastern Spain. Spanish firefighters are still working to bring under control a forest blaze near Valencia that forced the evacuation of around 1,000 people

French business owners and locals blockade the main road into the Port of Calais as they wait the arrival of a convoy of trucks protesting against The Jungle migrant camp on September 5, 2016 in Calais, France. Local people and business owners are taking part in the protest, dubbed Operation Escargot, calling for The Jungle camp at the French port to be demolished. Up to 10,000 migrants are now living at the camp and are using desperate and violent  measures to try and board trucks heading for the UK.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

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French business owners and locals blockade the main road into the Port of Calais as they wait the arrival of a convoy of trucks protesting against The Jungle migrant camp in Calais, France. Local people and business owners are taking part in the protest, dubbed Operation Escargot, calling for The Jungle camp at the French port to be demolished 

A fiery sky over St Mary's Lighthouse near Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, as warm weather is forecast for the week.

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A fiery sky over St Mary’s Lighthouse near Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, as warm weather is forecast for the week in England 

Volunteers collect wastes on the Mer de Glace glacier in Chamonix-Mont Blanc, French Alpes, on September 2, 2016 during the annual clean-up operation following the summer season

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Volunteers collect wastes on the Mer de Glace glacier in Chamonix-Mont Blanc, French Alpes, on Friday during the annual clean-up operation following the summer season

The squad of Frecce Tricolori from the Italian Airforce performs during the Airshow "Airpower 16" on September 2, 2016, in Zeltweg.

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The squad of Frecce Tricolori from the Italian Airforce performs during the Airshow “Airpower 16″ in Zeltweg 

A resident clears out the hash vending stalls in the Freetown Christiania neighborhood of Copenhagen,

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A resident clears out the hash vending stalls in the Freetown Christiania neighbourhood of Copenhagen 

The sun rises as fog covers the Inntal valley in the western Austrian village of Grinzens, Austria September

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The sun rises as fog covers the Inntal valley in the western Austrian village of Grinzens, Austria 

A general view after earthquake that levelled the town in Amatrice, central Italy

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A general view after earthquake that levelled the town in Amatrice, central Italy

Acrobats rehearsing their performance at the stand of the German 'Busch und Jaeger' houshold electronics company at the international consumer electronics fair IFA, on the day before the fair's opening in Berlin, Germany, 01 September 2016.

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Acrobats rehearsing their performance at the stand of the German ‘Busch und Jaeger’ household electronics company at the international consumer electronics fair IFA, on the day before the fair’s opening in Berlin, Germany on Thursday

Cadets of the Russian Nakhimov Naval Academy attend a ceremony at the start of the school year known as 'Day of Knowledge' in St. Petersburg, Russia, 01 September 2016. Nakhimov Naval Academy was established in 1943 to prepare young men for training in higher naval education and follow-up service in the Navy as an officer and named after the great Russian naval commander Admiral Pavel Nakhimov, the Hero of the Crimean War

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Cadets of the Russian Nakhimov Naval Academy attend a ceremony at the start of the school year known as ‘Day of Knowledge’ in St Petersburg, Russia on Thursday

Syrian refugees who have found asylum in Germany are trained by instructors of the German army Bundeswehr at the launch of a program to train Syrians in construction on September 1, 2016 in Ingolstadt, Germany. The program is aimed at helping those who will perhaps one day return to Syria to help in the war-torn country's reconstruction, but also to give them training to help them find jobs in the construction sector in Germany. Syrians were the biggest national group to arrive in Germany among the one million refugees and migrants who arrived in Germany last year.  (Photo by Lennart Preiss/Getty Images,)

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Syrian refugees who have found asylum in Germany are at the launch of a program to train Syrians in construction at the education centre of the engineer forces of the German army Bundeswehr in Ingolstadt. The program is aimed at helping those who will perhaps one day return to Syria to help in the war-torn country’s reconstruction, but also to give them training to help them find jobs in the construction sector in Germany.

Light flares are seen at the Monument to the Defenders of Westerplatte during the ceremony marking 77th anniversary of World War II outbreak in Westerplatte, in Gdansk, Poland, 01 September 2016. World War II began when the German Navy destroyer 'Schleswig-Holstein' fired the first shots on the Westerplatte fortifications at 04:45 hrs on 01 September 1939.  EPA/ADAM WARZAWA POLAND OUT

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Light flares are seen at the Monument to the Defenders of Westerplatte during the ceremony marking 77th anniversary of World War II outbreak in Westerplatte, in Gdansk, Poland 

Crowds of people throw tomatoes at each other, during the annual "Tomatina", tomato fight fiesta, in the village of Bunol, 50 kilometers outside Valencia, Spain

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Crowds of people throw tomatoes at each other, during the annual “Tomatina”, tomato fight fiesta, in the village of Bunol, 50 kilometres outside Valencia, Spain

A firefighter holds a statue of Jesus rescued in the town of Amatrice following the earthquake that levelled the town in central Italy.

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A firefighter lowers a statue of Jesus rescued in the town of Amatrice following the earthquake that levelled the town in central Italy.