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Group Dedicated To Honoring Robin Hood Attracts New Followers After GameStop Incident

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The European Union quickly reversed a decision invoking an emergency provision of the Brexit deal that could have restricted exports of COVID-19 vaccines across the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. Sean Gallup/AP hide caption

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Friends of the Earth supporters unfold a banner on Friday outside the district court in The Hague, Netherlands, where the court delivered its judgment in a long-running case in which four Nigerian farmers are seeking compensation and a cleanup from energy giant Shell for pollution caused by leaking oil pipelines in the Niger Delta. Mike Corder/AP hide caption

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Protesters against new restrictions on abortion walk toward the Law and Justice Party headquarters on Wednesday night in Warsaw. A Constitutional Court ruling in October determined that abortions are only legal in cases of rape and incest, and when the mother's health or life is in danger. Omar Marques/Getty Images hide caption

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The Sinovac vaccine is produced at this newly built factory in China. Sinovac is one of 11 Chinese companies carrying out clinical trials of potential COVID-19 vaccines. Wang Zhao/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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France Will Likely Be Put Under A 3rd Nationwide Lockdown

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3 Months And 24,000 Miles Later, Vendée Globe Competitors Complete Race

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Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences

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Indigenous health care workers treat patients last week at a campaign hospital set up in the Parque das Tribos neighborhood of Manaus, Brazil. Oxygen shortages at hospitals in Brazil's Amazon prompted authorities to airlift patients to other states. Jonne Roriz/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Why Vendee Globe Is Considered The World's Toughest Sailing Race

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Netherlands Faces Unrest As Protesters Demonstrate Against Curfew

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Biden Has His 1st Conversation With Russian Counterpart Putin

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