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An Iraqi craftsman prepares to heat up metal at a workshop in a market in Baghdad on December 2, 2014. The International Monetary Fund said in its October World Economic Outlook that Iraq's gross domestic product is forecast to shrink by 2.7 percent this year, down from the 5.9 percent growth it forecast in April.

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An Iraqi craftsman prepares to heat up metal at a workshop in a market in Baghdad on Tuesday

A young laborer works at a woods shop in Peshawar, Pakistan, 10 November 2014. Fire wood is a big source of domestic fuel in rural Pakistan where during winters, domestic consumers face acute shortage of Natural Gas.

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A young worker carries wood cuts in Peshawar, Pakistan. Fire wood is a big source of domestic fuel in rural Pakistan where during winters, domestic consumers face acute shortage of natural gas.

A labourer takes a break at a coal dump site outside Mazar-i-Sharif.

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A labourer takes a break at a coal dump site outside Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan

An Indian rickshaw puller sleeps on his cycle rickshaw as others await customers in the morning in Allahabad, India, Wednesday, June 18, 2014.

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A rickshaw puller sleeps on his cycle in Allahabad, India

An Afghan child looks on as he works at a coal mine which collapsed on Wednesday killing some 40 miners and trapping an unknown number of others in the Dar-i- Suf district of Samangan province, some 200 kms from Mazar-e-Sharif

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A child works at a coal mine which collapsed this week, killing about 40 miners and trapping an unknown number of others in the Dari-Suf district of Samangan province, Afghanistan, some 200km from Mazar-e-Sharif

Afghan worker prepares candies at a factory in Herat, Afghanistan, 16 April 2014. The economy of Afghanistan has improved significantly since 2002 due to the induction of billions of dollars in international aid and investments. The recent improvement is also due to remarkable progress in agricultural production especially Grapes, Pomegranates, Apricots, melons and superior Potatoes.

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An Afghan worker prepares candies at a factory in Herat, Afghanistan on Wednesday. The nation’s economy has improved significantly since 2002 due to billions of dollars in international aid and investments.

The Carnival parade float satirizing FIFA under the slogan 'The whole truth' pictured on Tuesday in Mainz, Germany. The subject will show that the 'high-gloss facade World Cup' which is one side of the business. That the world football organization also has another side with corruption of high officials and by a multi-billion dollar power. The Mainz Carnival parade will be held on Rose Monday, on March 3rd, and is known for poking fun at politicians and celebrities.

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A Mainz Carnival parade float satirises Fifa, the football governing body. The annual parade in the German city will be held on Rose Monday, March 3, and is known for poking fun at politicians and celebrities

A worker power washes the West Wing of t...A worker power washes the West Wing of the White House January 15, 2014 in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKIBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

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A worker power-washes the West Wing of the White House in Washington D.C

An Indian worker cleans inside the new T2 terminal of the Chattrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai. Mumbai will unveil its lavish and long-awaited new airport terminal, part of a $2 billion revamp that aims to challenge India's reputation for shoddy infrastructure and boost the financial capital's status.

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A cleaner at work in the new T2 terminal of the Chattrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai. The lavish and long-awaited terminal is part of a $2bn revamp that aims to challenge India’s reputation for shoddy infrastructure and boost the financial capital’s status

A Nepalese domestic worker rests at a construction site in Kathmandu, Nepal, 16 December 2013. According to reports, more than 300,000 Nepalese youth leaving the country each year due to lack of proper job opportunities in the country.

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A worker rests at a construction site in Kathmandu, Nepal on Monday. According to reports, more than 300,000 Nepalese youth leave the country each year due to lack of job opportunities.