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Venezuela's Baseball League Is Struggling Amid Country's Deep Economic Crisis

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Trump Administration Offers $60 Million To Help Several African Nations Fight Terrorism

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Some Indonesians Fear Country's Religious Intolerance Is Growing

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What It's Like In The Demilitarized Zone That Divides North And South Korea

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A Look At The State Of Diplomatic Efforts In Afghanistan

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A pumpkin sits perched atop a bell tower on Cornell's campus, where a prankster placed it in Oct. 1997. Frank DiMeo/Cornell University hide caption

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Jennifer Appel (left) and Tasha Fuiava are interviewed aboard the USS Ashland in the South Pacific on Oct. 25. They were rescued after reportedly drifting for months while trying to sail from Hawaii to Tahiti. Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jonathan Clay/AP hide caption

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Catalonia's deposed leader, Carles Puigdemont (center), speaks at a news conference in Brussels on Tuesday with other members of his dismissed government. Aurore Belot/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A man gazes out at the water during a four-hour journey from Bali to Lombok. The public ferries are a key link for a nation spanning some 17,000 islands. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: A Tranquil Ferry Between Indonesian Islands

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Anas Modamani speaks to the media Feb. 6 in Wuerzburg, Germany, after a court session about his lawsuit against Facebook. Modamani's suit, regarding the misuse of a selfie he took of himself with German Chancellor Angela Merkel was rejected, but his lawyer Lawyer Chan-Jo Jun, right, says that under a new law a lawsuit might not even have been necessary. Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images hide caption

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With Huge Fines, German Law Pushes Social Networks To Delete Abusive Posts

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News Brief: Mueller Investigation Charges And Reaction; Fake News In Italy

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Facing Charges Of Rebellion And Sedition, Catalonia's Ousted Leader Flees Spain

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For Libyans, Benghazi Is A City That Has Come Under Brutal And Chaotic Rule

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Unrest In Nairobi After Kenya's President Wins Election Rerun

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