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Walk And Chew Gum: Common U.S. Approach To Russia Not Clearly Followed By Trump

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U.K. Cheese Festival Organizers Failed To Meet Demand

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Owner Of Danish Submarine Held On Murder Charges

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At 'Serbia's Woodstock', Female Musicians Are Rare

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New Liberal Mosque Led By A Woman Opens In Berlin

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Ancient Iraqi Art On Display In Italy At Venice Biennale

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Kremlin Speaks Out After North Korea Rhetoric Heats Up

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People stand in front of eggs displayed at a supermarket in Lille, France, on Friday as a scandal over contaminated eggs spreads across Europe. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Shortly After Being Elected, Macron's Popularity Fades Fast

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President Trump speaks during a security briefing on Thursday at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. Nicholas Kamm /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ruth Pfau, seen here at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Karachi in 2010, led a charity fighting leprosy and blindness in the country for decades. Asif Hassan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Eggs are being progressively reintroduced in Dutch markets, including this one in Alkmaar, after a contamination scare prompted supermarkets in several European countries to pull their supplies of eggs. John Thys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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While the nutritional value of jellyfish chips hasn't yet been measured, chef Klavs Styrbæk says they pair particularly well with fresh veggies, which could earn them a healthy reputation. Courtesy of Kristoff Styrbæk hide caption

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People hold placards with hashtag #FREEDENIZ to protest the detention of German journalist Deniz Yucel in front of Turkish embassy in Berlin on Feb. 28, 2017. John MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tensions Escalate Between Turkey And Germany

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A 1915 poster urged the British public to buy war bonds. The previous year, the Bank of England had concealed the failure of the first round of bond-selling. Thomas Bert/Library of Congress hide caption

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The Paris municipality opened the Canal De L'Ourcq to swimmers this summer. Mayor Anne Hidalgo wants to open three pools on the Seine River by 2024, when the city is scheduled to host the Olympics. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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