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European Elections Will Gauge the Power of Populism

European Elections Will Gauge the Power of Populism A rally for the European elections in Strasbourg, France.

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Fighting Ebola When Mourners Fight the Responders

Fighting Ebola When Mourners Fight the Responders A patient receiving care at an Ebola treatment center in Katwa in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday, hours after the center was attacked by armed militiamen.

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Rain Much on Your Vacation? One Italian Island Offers Hotel Refunds

Rain Much on Your Vacation? One Italian Island Offers Hotel Refunds A beach on Elba, perhaps best known as the island where Napoleon spent almost 10 months in exile more than two centuries ago.

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Swiss Vote to Tighten Gun Laws to Align With E.U. Rules

Swiss Vote to Tighten Gun Laws to Align With E.U. Rules A display at the 45th edition of the Arms Trade Fair, in Lucerne, Switzerland, in March. The country has about 27 firearms per 100 citizens

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belarus dispatch: Want to Relax? Try the Spa in a Salt Mine in Belarus

belarus dispatch: Want to Relax? Try the Spa in a Salt Mine in Belarus A visitor to the National Speleotherapy Clinic in Salihorsk, Belarus, pulling back a curtain to one of the bedrooms after a night at the spa.

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‘A Good Career, if I Satisfied Him.’ Ukraine Fights Sexual Abuse, and a War.

\u2018A Good Career, if I Satisfied Him.\u2019 Ukraine Fights Sexual Abuse, and a War. Valeriia Sikal is the first woman to speak out about sexual harassment in the Ukrainian Army.

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Eurovision 2019: Netherlands Wins Without Usual Kitsch or Gimmicks

Eurovision 2019: Netherlands Wins Without Usual Kitsch or Gimmicks Duncan Laurence, representing the Netherlands, won the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday.

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Former Argentine President Kirchner Seeks Return to Power, as Vice President

Former Argentine President Kirchner Seeks Return to Power, as Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the former president, at her book launch in Buenos Aires this month.

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One of U.K.’s Most Prolific Extremist Cells Is Regrouping

One of U.K.\u2019s Most Prolific Extremist Cells Is Regrouping Anjem Choudary, one of Britain’s most notorious radical Islamist preachers, leaving a bail hostel in North London in October after his release from prison.

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Guatemala’s Anti-Corruption Fight Inspired Latin America. It May Be Shut Down.

Guatemala\u2019s Anti-Corruption Fight Inspired Latin America. It May Be Shut Down. Attorneys preparing for the opening of a corruption trial in Guatemala City that began with the help of the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala, or Cicig.

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