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  • A group of women representing WaterAid's NYC "Walk for Water", travel through midtown New York on July 16, 2018 to show the daily lives of their peers in developing countries, by walking for water through the busy streets of New York. Each woman, is representing a country where many people do not have clean water close to home,and will carry a yellow bucket that holds 20 litres (just over 5 gallons) which is a typical amount of water carried by women in countries where access to water is an issue. / AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARYTIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

  • (FILES) In this file photo taken on March 10, 2018 US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer arrives the European Commission headquarters in Brussels. The United States on July 16, 2018 launched challenges at the World Trade Organization to hit back at the major trading partners who have retaliated against President Donald Trump's tariffs on metals and goods from China.Washington opened separate disputes against China, the European Union, Canada, Mexico and Turkey, challenging the counter-tariffs they have since imposed on American farm exports and machinery, the office of the US Trade Representative said in a statement.Despite outrage from EU, Canadian and Mexican authorities, the White House says alleged unfair trade by these economies justifies Trump's stinging tariffs -- but retaliation is not. "The actions taken by the president are wholly legitimate and fully justified as a matter of US law and international trade rules," US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said in a statement. / AFP PHOTO / Aris OikonomouARIS OIKONOMOU/AFP/Getty Images

  • (FILES) In this file photo taken on March 22, 2018 US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer speaks before US President Donald Trump signed trade sanctions against China in the Roosevelt Room of the White House. The United States on July 16, 2018 launched challenges at the World Trade Organization to hit back at the major trading partners who have retaliated against President Donald Trump's tariffs on metals and goods from China.Washington opened separate disputes against China, the European Union, Canada, Mexico and Turkey, challenging the counter-tariffs they have since imposed on American farm exports and machinery, the office of the US Trade Representative said in a statement.Despite outrage from EU, Canadian and Mexican authorities, the White House says alleged unfair trade by these economies justifies Trump's stinging tariffs -- but retaliation is not. "The actions taken by the president are wholly legitimate and fully justified as a matter of US law and international trade rules," US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said in a statement. / AFP PHOTO / Mandel NGANMANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images

  • A group of women representing WaterAid's NYC "Walk for Water", travel through midtown New York on July 16, 2018 to show the daily lives of their peers in developing countries, by walking for water through the busy streets of New York. Each woman, is representing a country where many people do not have clean water close to home,and will carry a yellow bucket that holds 20 litres (just over 5 gallons) which is a typical amount of water carried by women in countries where access to water is an issue. / AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARYTIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

  • A group of women representing WaterAid's NYC "Walk for Water", travel through midtown New York on July 16, 2018 to show the daily lives of their peers in developing countries, by walking for water through the busy streets of New York. Each woman, is representing a country where many people do not have clean water close to home,and will carry a yellow bucket that holds 20 litres (just over 5 gallons) which is a typical amount of water carried by women in countries where access to water is an issue. / AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARYTIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

  • A group of women representing WaterAid's NYC "Walk for Water", travel through midtown New York on July 16, 2018 to show the daily lives of their peers in developing countries, by walking for water through the busy streets of New York. Each woman, is representing a country where many people do not have clean water close to home,and will carry a yellow bucket that holds 20 litres (just over 5 gallons) which is a typical amount of water carried by women in countries where access to water is an issue. / AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARYTIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

  • A group of women representing WaterAid's NYC "Walk for Water", travel through midtown New York on July 16, 2018 to show the daily lives of their peers in developing countries, by walking for water through the busy streets of New York. Each woman, is representing a country where many people do not have clean water close to home,and will carry a yellow bucket that holds 20 litres (just over 5 gallons) which is a typical amount of water carried by women in countries where access to water is an issue. / AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARYTIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

  • A group of women representing WaterAid's NYC "Walk for Water", travel through midtown New York on July 16, 2018 to show the daily lives of their peers in developing countries, by walking for water through the busy streets of New York. Each woman, is representing a country where many people do not have clean water close to home,and will carry a yellow bucket that holds 20 litres (just over 5 gallons) which is a typical amount of water carried by women in countries where access to water is an issue. / AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARYTIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images

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