Migrant

A migrant labourer sits on a handcart along a roadside in the old quarters of Delhi August 8, 2014.

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A migrant labourer sits on a handcart along a roadside in the old quarters of Delhi on Friday

An African migrant looks out from his temporary accommodation in Ghat, southwest Libya near the border with Algeria May 28, 2014. Many migrants search for work in Ghat to save money to pay for their onward journey. Libya's southwestern tip in the Sahara bordering Algeria and Niger has turned into an open door for illegal migrants from sub-Saharan countries heading for Europe, with the chaotic government in Tripoli appearing to have abandoned all control. The revolt that overthrew Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi three years ago emptied Libya's arsenals, flooded the region with guns and dismantled much of the state apparatus, giving well-organised smuggler networks the run of the border. Border officials say up to 200 Africans cross the Ghat border strip every day, most headed north to the Mediterranean coast for the onward trip to Europe by boat. Picture taken May 28, 2014.

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An African migrant looks out from his temporary accommodation in Ghat, southwest Libya, near the border with Algeria. Many migrants search for work in Ghat to save money to pay for their onward journey.

ATTENTION EDITORS - PICTURE PACKAGE 'PACHUCO STYLE IN MEXICO CITY' WILL IMMEDIATELY FOLLOW THIS ADVISORY...ATTENTION EDITORS - 20 PICTURES FOR PACKAGE 'PACHUCO STYLE IN MEXICO CITY' WILL IMMEDIATELY FOLLOW THIS ADVISORY  SEARCH 'PACHUCO ROMERO' FOR ALL PICTURES. PXP01-PXP20    Kitted out in zoot suits, snappy shoes and hats, the so-called "pachucos" add a dash of style to the Mexican capital. The "pachuco" scene is thought to date back to the 1930s and 40s in Los Angeles, where Mexican migrants would wear the snazzy outfits, partly as a symbol of defiance against discrimination. Many modern Pachucos in Mexico follow on from this custom and use the suits not only to go dancing, but also as a continuing sign of protest against the treatment of Mexican immigrants north of the border. Everything from the suit to the shoes is handmade - the shoes can cost from $60 to $120, the suits some $300, each shirt another $30, the hats between $40 and $130.    TEMPLATE OUT

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The “pachuco” scene in Mexico is thought to date back to the 1930s and 1940s in Los Angeles, where Mexican migrants would wear the snazzy outfits partly as a symbol of defiance against discrimination. The custom’s continuation in Mexico is seen in part as a continuing protest against the treatment of Mexican immigrants north of the border. Read more

Migrant construction workers look throug...Migrant construction workers look through a door window during  Russian Orthodox Church religious procession marking Saints Cyrilius and Methodius' Day in central Moscow, on May 24, 2013. The holiday is usually celebrated in countries which observe Eastern Orthodox tradition in May, commemorating brothers Cyrilius and Methodius, the creators of Cyrilic alphabet and symbols of the Slav culture. AFP PHOTO / KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEVKIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images

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Migrant construction workers look through a door window during a Russian Orthodox Church religious procession on Friday marking Saints Cyril and Methodius Day in Moscow. The holiday is celebrated in May in countries which observe eastern Orthodox tradition, commemorating brothers Cyril and Methodius, the creators of the Cyrilic alphabet.