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U.S. Army Unveil Their Pictures Of The Year 2022

PICTURE SHOWS: Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Oceana Chamberlain practices flight maneuvers over Idaho, Jan. 13, 2022. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Becky Vanshur) STORY COPY: This jaw-dropping gallery shows some of the highlights of the U.S. army's year in pictures. The American armed forces official 2022 Year in Photos showcases the wide range of training, equipment and locations where manoeuvres are carried out. When: 21 Dec 2022 Credit: U.S. Army/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. MATERIAL COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE U.S. ARMY.** (Cover Images via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards and a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

An Ocean Rebellion protester holds a fish cut-out placard that says 'CONTROL IN THE PORTS IS NOT WHAT IT SHOULD BE' during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards and a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards and a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards and a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards and a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards and a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

An Ocean Rebellion protester holds a fish cut-out placard that says 'STOP OVERFISHING' during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards and a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters chant slogans while holding a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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World Fisheries Day and a protest by Ocean Rebellion in The Hague, Netherlands - 21 Nov 2022

Ocean Rebellion protesters hold fish cut-out placards and a banner expressing their opinions during the 'World Fisheries Day' demonstration. Demonstrators from Ocean Rebellion staged a peaceful protest outside the Ministries of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality this afternoon; this was in collaboration with OCEANA. Actions also took place in London and Brussels. Ocean Rebellion believe that the fishing quota should be reduced by 80 percent and, only local fishing communities that are dependent on a sea-catch should be granted fishing permits. Interworlds, industrial fishing is to stop. Ocean Rebellion says: 'Not enough control is placed on the Port of Rotterdam which has no check on illegally caught fish that enters the Netherlands, and this only encourages overfishing'. They go on to say: Do not remain blind to the many reports from the UN, EU committees and stop ignoring ICES science-based advice. The legal one obligation to stop overfishing by 2020 at the latest has been flouted. (Photo by Charles M. Vella / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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