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 Locals wash clothes in Port Salut southwest of Port-au-Prince, on October 12, 2016, following the passage of Hurricane Matthew. A week after Matthew tore through the country, many remote areas communities were still left to their own devices. Families with destroyed homes and shattered livelihoods waited and prayed for help.   / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUARODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images

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Locals wash clothes in Port Salut southwest of Port-au-Prince a week after hurricane Matthew tore through the country. Photo Rodrigo Arangua/AFP/Getty 

Argentinian Navy's training ship arrives in Spanish Navy port in Ferrol, A Coruna, northwestern Spain, 04 August 2016. The ship is on its 45th teaching trip coinciding with the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of Argentina.

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Argentinian Navy’s training ship arrives in Spanish Navy port in Ferrol, A Coruna northwestern Spain. The ship is on its 45th teaching trip coinciding with the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of Argentina 

Fishing boats are parked in a port as Typhoon Nida approaches Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, August 1, 2016. China Daily/via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY. CHINA OUT.     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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Fishing boats are parked in a port as Typhoon Nida approaches Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China 

Cameron visit to Felixstowe...Prime Minister David Cameron during a visit to Felixstowe Port in Suffolk. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday March 15, 2016. Cameron has warned that Britain has "100 days to secure our future" as the mastermind behind his general election victory said the EU referendum is hanging in the balance. See PA story POLITICS EU. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

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Prime Minister David Cameron during a visit to Felixstowe Port in Suffolk. Cameron has warned that Britain has “100 days to secure our future” as the mastermind behind his general election victory said the EU referendum is hanging in the balance 

A Syrian refugee and two children arrive aboard the passenger ferry Ariadne at the port of Piraeus, near Athens, Greece, January 4, 2016.

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A Syrian refugee and two children arrive aboard the passenger ferry Ariadne at the port of Piraeus, near Athens, Greece

Leading Airman Sam Ashman, 29, from Yeovil, Somerset, with daughter Lexi, as he returns aboard HMS Lancaster to Portsmouth Naval Base after the Royal Navy Frigate completed a 35,000-mile voyage across four oceans. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday December 17, 2015

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Leading Airman Sam Ashman, 29, from Yeovil, Somerset, with daughter Lexi, as he returns aboard HMS Lancaster to Portsmouth Naval Base on Thursday after the Royal Navy Frigate completed a 35,000-mile voyage across four oceans

Refugees and migrants wait for buses lea...Refugees and migrants wait for buses leading them to the city centre, after disembarking from a government chartered ferry in a port of Piraeus near Athens on December 10, 2015.  More than 4000 refugees arrived to the port from the Greek islands of Lesbos and Chios with the majority of them heading by buses to the Greek-Macedonian border.  Greece said on December 10, 2015 it would seek to deport economic migrants, who had been blocked at its border with Macedonia after Skopje clamped down on entry, if they are not entitled to asylum. "Those without papers, the so-called illegal migrants, have the right to request asylum (or) the right to voluntary repatriation," junior interior minister for migration Yiannis Mouzalas told reporters.

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Refugees and migrants wait for buses leading them to the city centre, after disembarking from a government chartered ferry in a port of Piraeus near Athens on Thursday

Mount Fuji is seen between cranes and buildings during sunset at a port in Tokyo, Japan, on Wednesday. Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly jumped in October by the most since March 2014

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Mount Fuji is seen between cranes and buildings during sunset at a port in Tokyo, Japan, on Wednesday. Japan’s core machinery orders unexpectedly jumped in October by the most since March 2014

A woman reacts as she attends the funeral of the governor of Yemen's southern port city of Aden on Tuesday. The governor of Yemen's Aden province Jaafar Mohammed Saad was killed on Sunday when a suicide bomber rammed his car into the governor's convoy in the western part of Aden city

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A woman reacts as she attends the funeral of the governor of Yemen’s southern port city of Aden on Tuesday. The governor of Yemen’s Aden province Jaafar Mohammed Saad was killed on Sunday when a suicide bomber rammed his car into the governor’s convoy in the western part of Aden city

Chinese people living in Poland wait for Chinese Navy ships in the port of Gdynia in Gdynia, Poland, 07 October 2015. Three Chinese naval vessels, a destroyer 'Jinan', a multi-role frigate 'Yiyang' and replenishment ship 'Qiandaohu', came to Gdynia for the Chinese Navy's first-ever visit to Poland. The ships are part of a task force which recently completed an anti-piracy mission in the Gulf of Aden. The ships are currently on a five-month tour of seaports worldwide and have already visited Sudan, Egypt, Denmark, Finland and Sweden. The visit to Poland is aimed at developing friendly relations and exchange between China and Poland

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Chinese people living in Poland wait for Chinese Navy ships in the port of Gdynia in Gdynia, Poland on Wednesday. Three Chinese naval vessels, a destroyer ‘Jinan’, a multi-role frigate ‘Yiyang’ and replenishment ship ‘Qiandaohu’, came to Gdynia for the Chinese Navy’s first-ever visit to Poland

HMS Artful, the third of the British Royal Navy's new Astute Class attack submarines on arrival at her Scottish base port of HMNB Clyde, Faslane, Scotland, 19 August 2015 from where she will carry out sea trials before entering service later this year. The 7,400-tonne Artful left BAE Systems construction yard at Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria several days ago before sailing to her new home at Her Majesty s Naval Base (HMNB) Clyde. She will provide the Royal Navy with the most technologically advanced submarine Britain has ever sent to sea. HMNB Clyde will become a home for the Royal Navy s submarines and associated support by 2020, creating a submarine centre of specialisation. The base is amongst the largest single-site employers in Scotland, with 6,700 military and civilian personnel, increasing under current UK Government plans to 8,200 by 2022.

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HMS Artful, the third of the British Royal Navy’s new Astute Class attack submarines on arrival at her Scottish base port of HMNB Clyde, Faslane, Scotland, on Wednesday from where she will carry out sea trials before entering service later this year

Rescue workers stand in front of a damaged building near the site of last week's explosions at Binhai new district in Tianjin, China, August 17, 2015. Many operations have resumed at China's Tianjin port, trade sources said, after explosions last week that killed more than 100 people and disrupted business at what is an important oil, gas and bulk import harbor for Asia's biggest economy. The explosions on August 12 led to the disruption of all chemical and oil tanker discharges at the port, and imports of iron ore were also affected

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Rescue workers stand in front of a damaged building near the site of last week’s explosions at Binhai new district in Tianjin, China, on Monday

Russian navy battle ships station in the bay during a rehearsal of the Russian Navy Day parade in Sevastopol, Crimea, Friday, July 24, 2015. The Russian Navy Day is celebrated the last Sunday of July.

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Russian navy battle ships station in the bay during a rehearsal of the Russian Navy Day parade in Sevastopol, Crimea on Friday

Migrants crowd the Italian Coast Guard vessel Peluso as they arrive in the Sicilian port town of Augusta, Wednesday, June 3, 2015. Some 406 migrants were taken to Sicily after being rescued at sea in the Sicily Channel

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Migrants crowd the Italian coastguard vessel Peluso as they arrive in the Sicilian port town of Augusta on Wednesday

A Tunisian fisherman repairs a fishing net on May 5, 2015 in Tunisia's southern port of Zarzis, near the border with Libya, a few weeks after he rescued immigrants off the coast of Tunisia who were trying to sail from Libya to Europe

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A Tunisian fisherman repairs a fishing net on Tuesday in Tunisia’s southern port of Zarzis, near the border with Libya

Rescued migrants walk along the quayside after disembarking from the Italian Navy vessel Bettica in the Sicilian harbour of Augusta on Wednesday. European governments came under increasing pressure to tackle the Mediterranean's migrant crisis ahead of an emergency summit, as harrowing details emerged of the fate of hundreds who died in the latest tragedy

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Rescued migrants walk along the quayside after disembarking from the Italian Navy vessel Bettica in the Sicilian harbour of Augusta on Wednesday

Palestinian fishermen rest after arriving back from a fishing trip at the port of Gaza City on April 21, 2015.

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Palestinian fishermen rest after arriving back from a fishing trip at the port of Gaza City on Tuesday

Immigrants wait to board a ship on Wednesday in Lampedusa, Italy. Hundreds of migrants have recently arrived in Lampedusa fleeing the attacks by ISIS in Libya

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Immigrants wait to board a ship on Wednesday in Lampedusa, Italy. Hundreds of migrants have recently arrived in Lampedusa fleeing the attacks by militant group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, known as Isis, in Libya

Men wash before prayers at the fishing port of Conakry, Guinea, Tuesday Nov. 25, 2014. In March 2014, the World Health Organization with support from UNICEF and Doctors Without Borders vaccinated some 200,000 fishermen on islands north of Conakry, the capital, where they gather from Guinea and neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia during the fishing season. The area had been identified as a major transmission source for cholera since the fishermen set up temporary shelters and have no toilets or clean water. Guinea has recorded only one cholera case this year, down from thousands, in a rare success that experts cautiously attribute to the vaccinations against the water-borne disease, and hand-washing in the campaign against Ebola.

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Men wash before prayers at the fishing port of Conakry, Guinea’s capital. Last March, the World Health Organisation with support from Unicef and Doctors Without Borders vaccinated some 200,000 fishermen against cholera on islands north of Conakry

Workers, near smoke from a flare, block an entrance of the port of Antwerp, one of the world's biggest port, during a strike in Antwerp November 24, 2014. A strike in parts of Belgium on Monday disrupted rail services and one of Europe's largest ports as trade unions and workers voice their anger over austerity measures announced by the country's new government.

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Strikers, near smoke from a flare, block an entrance at Antwerp port, one of the world’s biggest, on Monday. Trade unions and workers voiced anger over austerity measures announced by Belgium’s new government.