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February 24, 2020, Los Angeles, California, USA: VANESSA BRYANT speaks about losing her husband Kobe and her daughter Gianna Bryant during their memorial service at Staples Center on Monday.
Story of the Week zReportage.com: Launched TUESDAY February 19, 2020 on www.zReportage.com Story #724: Since July 2018, a deepening political and economic crisis has once again put access to health care in Haiti in jeopardy. While thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets to protest skyrocketing prices of goods, a lack of economic opportunities, and government misuse of funds, the international community has mostly remained silent. According to the World Bank, more than six million Haitians-about 60 percent of the population of the country-live below the poverty line on less than $2.41 (US) per day, and more than 2.5 million fall below - more...
February 24, 2020, Dubai, UAE: KAREN KHACHANOV of Russia in action against M. Kukushkin of Kazakhstan during their match at the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships at Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Stadium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Khachanov won 7:6, 6:1.
ZUMA PREMIUM COLLECTIONS BREAKING NEWS from LAST 24 HOURS
Military Conflict In Northern Syria
November 2, 2019, Tel Tamir, Syria: Kurdish YPG soldiers fight Turkish forces on a road near the front line. Humanitarian group Free Burma Rangers stood by for rescue operations. During one rescue they defended from fierce gunfire, 6 tank rounds and an RPG attack to rescue a soldier with internal injuries. His friend was heard to say in the ambulance that he would blow himself up if his friend died and succumbing to the fear of battle.
Protest Against President Trump's Visit to India
February 24, 2020, Kolkata, West Bengal, India: A lady with '' go back trump'' placard during the rally.Various Leftist organisations and Student unions organised protest rally with ''Go back Donald trump '' slogan in Kolkata during President Trumps visit in India.
President Trump Visit to India 2020
February 24, 2020, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India: U.S. President DONALD TRUMP and First Lady MELANIA TRUMP pose with Indian Prime MinisterNAREDRA MODI on arrival at the Namaste Trump Rally in Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
Coronavirus Outbreak 2020: China
February 24, 2020, Hong Kong, CHINA: Hong Kong's flagship airline Cathay Pacific Airways is struggling to ride out financial crisis caused by the coronavirus outbreak introduced by China Pneumonia.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS from LAST 24 HOURS
Oscars 2020: RED CARPET
February 9, 2020, Hollywood, California, JANELLE MONAE, wearing a crystal covered silver hooded Ralph Lauren gown, during arrivals for the 92nd Annual Academy Awards presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
'Effacer l'historique' Photocall Berlinale 2020
February 24, 2020, Berlin, Germany: Actress CORINNE MASIERO makes an appearance at the 'Effacer l'historique' (Delete History) photocall at the 70th Berlinale. The International Film Festival takes place from 20.02. to 01.03.2020.
Berlinale 2020 - ''Hillary''
- 24 February 2020, Berlin: 70th Berlinale, Red Carpet, Berlinale Special, Hillary: Hillary Clinton, politician and former Secretary of State of the USA, . The International Film Festival takes place from 20.02. to 01.03.2020. (Repetition with modified image section)
'Hillary' Premiere Berlinale 2020
February 24, 2020, Berlin, Germany: Former First Lady HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON poses at the ''Hillary'' premiere during the 70th Berlinale International Film Festival Berlin at Haus der Berliner Festspiele in Berlin, Germany. The International Film Festival takes place from 20.02. to 01.03.2020.
SPORTS WORLD from LAST 24 HOURS
Kobe Bryant 1978:2020 NBA Lakers Superstar
January 26, 2020, Calabasas, California, USA: American professional basketball player legend KOBE BEAN BRYANT, 41, (Born: August 23, 1978, Philadelphia) in a helicopter crash killing all 9 on board. Bryant , was a shooting guard, entered the National Basketball Association directly from high school, and played his entire 20-season professional career in the league with the Los Angeles Lakers. Parents: Joe and Pam Bryant. Spouse: Vanessa Laine Bryant (m. 2001–2020). Children: Gianna Maria-Onore, Natalia Diamante, Bianka Bella, Capri Kobe. PICTURED: February 11, 2003, Los Angeles, California, USA: KOBE BRYANT, 24, slam dunks with authority.
Tennis 2020: Qatar Total Open
February 24, 2020, Doha, QATAR: SVETLANA KUZNETSOVA of Russia visits the Qatar National Library ahead of the 2020 Qatar Total Open WTA Premier 5 tennis tournament in Doha, Qatar.
Tennis 2020: Qatar Total Open
February 24, 2020, Doha, Qatar: MARIA SAKKARI of Greece in action against J. Gorges of Germany during their match at the Qatar Total Open in Doha, Qatar. Sakkari won 6:4, 6:3.
Tennis 2020: Dubai Championships
February 24, 2020, Dubai, UAE: PHILIPP KOHLSCHREIBER of Germany in action against M. Safwat of Egypt during the match at the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships at Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Kohlschreiber won 4:6, 6:4, 6:0.
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July 26, 2018, Redding, California, USA: Firefighters attempt to save homes on Ridge Drive as the Carr Fire burns into the city of Redding on Thursday night. The Carr Fire in Shasta County leveled dozens of homes in the Redding area, killed two people and forced evacuation orders for more than 37,000 people after it jumped the Sacramento River Thursday.
Moment Of Truth
zReportage.com STORY OF THE WEEK: Launched December 31, 2019...MOMENT OF TRUTH: The Free Burma Rangers. FBR identifies itself as a multi-ethnic humanitarian group working in Burma, Syria, Iraq and Kurdistan. Burma is the former name of Myanmar and is still commonly used. Dave Eubank established the FBR in Myanmar in 1997, with a slogan drawn from a Bible verse calling on people to 'preach good news to the poor' and 'release the oppressed.’ Early 2019, the group helped to ferry out thousands of people who streamed out of the last scrap of Islamic State territory in Syria’s far east, where the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces Syrian (SDF) defeated the jihadist group on the conventional battlefield. Shelling by Turkey-backed opposition fighters killed Zau Seng a Myanmar national working as a cameraman, medic and member of the humanitarian team FBR in northeastern Syria where fighting between Kurdish fighters and Turkey-backed gunmen continued. David Eubank, a former member of US Army Special Forces and the founder of the Free Burma Rangers, stated that the attack occurred about 4km from the northern town of Tal Tamr. Eubank said the medic, Zau Seng, was hit in the head by shrapnel from a mortar shell that struck nearby as he was filming a video of the fighting. 'He died right away and we brought him here to Tal Tamr,' Eubank said, which also showed one of the aid group’s armored vehicles hit by shrapnel. Eubank added that an Iraqi team member was also wounded in the mortar attack, which he blamed on the 'Free Syrian Army and Turks, Zau Seng was my brother and hero.' He leaves behind a wife, Lunu, and daughter, who celebrated her first birthday today. Images by Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press..
Dakotas Ride
December 21, 2019, Vesta, Minnesota, USA: Man riding a horse as the Dakota riders, continue their journey through Vesta Minnesota on Saturday, the 11th day and 259 mile of a 325-mile Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride to Mankato, Minnesota, site of the largest mass execution in U.S. history. President Lincoln ordered the hanging of 38 Dakota Indians and later, two chiefs following their uprising against the U.S. government after the U.S. failed to honor land treaties, delayed federal payments to starving tribes and local white settlers rejected tribes offers to buy food on credit. After the war, the Dakotas were expelled to South Dakota and Nebraska, and their reservations in Minnesota abolished.
Dakotas Ride
December 19, 2019, Pipestone, Minnesota, USA: Riders continue their journey through Pipestone Minnesota on day 9 and 203 miles into the 325-mile Dakota 38+2 Memorial Ride to Mankato, Minnesota, site of the largest mass execution in U.S. history. President Abraham Lincoln ordered the hanging of 38 Dakota Indians and later, two chiefs following their uprising against the U.S. government after the U.S. failed to honor land treaties, delayed federal payments to starving tribes and local white settlers rejected tribes' offers to buy food on credit. After the war, the Dakotas were expelled to South Dakota and Nebraska, and their reservations in Minnesota abolished.
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