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Boris Johnson's Colleagues Viewed Colorful Politician As 'Too Unreliable'

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European Union Faces New Challenges Without The U.K.

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Archaeologists Discover Tunnel Dug By Jews To Escape Nazis In Lithuania

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Istanbul Bombers Reportedly Originated From Russia, Former Soviet Republics

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Funerals Held For Istanbul Attack Victims

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Iraqi Military Video Shows Massive Attack On ISIS

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Pro-Brexit Campaigner Boris Johnson Drops Out Of Prime Minister Race

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A child leans on the coffin of his uncle, Habibullah Sefer, on Thursday. Sefer, along with more than 40 other people, was killed in a suicide attack on Tuesday at the Ataturk airport in Istanbul. Ozan Kose/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Daryl James was just 15-years-old when he arrived at the Army Apprentice School in the 1970s. He says he was repeatedly abused, as were many others. Now he returns every year just to confirm that the school is still gone. "The ghosts have gone now, " he told NPR. Louisa Lim for NPR hide caption

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In Australia, Decades Of Abuse Against Military Recruits Comes To Light

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Sylvia Poggioli holds her hard-earned new Italian driver's license. After intense cramming, she aced the exam. The total cost for driving school, exam and license fees came to nearly $700. Courtesy of Sylvia Poggioli/NPR hide caption

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Letter From Rome: The Hardest Exam Is The Driving Test

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One of the frigatebirds that researchers tagged soared 40 miles over the Indian Ocean without a wing-flap. These birds were photographed in the Galapagos. Lucy Rickards/Flickr hide caption

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Nonstop Flight: How The Frigatebird Can Soar For Weeks Without Stopping

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