A masked couple ride an electric scooter past the Invalides memorial in Paris on October 25. A curfew intended to curb the growing spread of the coronavirus has been imposed in many regions of France including Paris and its suburbs. Photo: AP A masked couple ride an electric scooter past the Invalides memorial in Paris on October 25. A curfew intended to curb the growing spread of the coronavirus has been imposed in many regions of France including Paris and its suburbs. Photo: AP
A masked couple ride an electric scooter past the Invalides memorial in Paris on October 25. A curfew intended to curb the growing spread of the coronavirus has been imposed in many regions of France including Paris and its suburbs. Photo: AP
Neal Kimberley
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Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

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A masked couple ride an electric scooter past the Invalides memorial in Paris on October 25. A curfew intended to curb the growing spread of the coronavirus has been imposed in many regions of France including Paris and its suburbs. Photo: AP A masked couple ride an electric scooter past the Invalides memorial in Paris on October 25. A curfew intended to curb the growing spread of the coronavirus has been imposed in many regions of France including Paris and its suburbs. Photo: AP
A masked couple ride an electric scooter past the Invalides memorial in Paris on October 25. A curfew intended to curb the growing spread of the coronavirus has been imposed in many regions of France including Paris and its suburbs. Photo: AP
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