“This too is a kind of terrorism.” Zinedine Zidane looks on after a press conference to announce his resignation as manager from Real Madrid.
He confirmed he was leaving the Spanish giants, just days after winning the Champions League for the third year in a row.
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A worker cleans up the Millenaire migrants makeshift camp along the Canal de Saint-Denis near Porte de la Villette, northern Paris, following its evacuation on May 30.
More than a thousand migrants and refugees were evacuated early in the morning from the camp that had been set up for several weeks along the Canal.
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People protest outisde the Tamil Nadu House after at least 10 people were killed when police fired on protesters seeking closure of plant on environmental grounds in town of Thoothukudi in southern state of Tamil Nadu, in New Delhi.
People demonstrate in Paris during a nationwide day protest by French public sector employees and public servants against the overhauls proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron, calling them an "attack" by the centrist leader against civil services as well as their economic security.
Ireland awaits the official result of a referendum that could end the country’s ban on abortion.
Co-Director of Together For Yes Ailbhe Smyth speaks to the media after exit polls suggested victory for the Yes campaign.
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