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Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during a virtual press conference at 10 Downing Street in London Saturday to announce new lockdown restrictions in an effort to curb rising infections of the novel coronavirus. Alberto Pezzali/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Rescuers search for survivors Friday in a collapsed building in Izmir, Turkey, after a powerful earthquake struck Turkey's western coast and parts of Greece. Mert Cakir/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Tensions Rise In France As The Country Faces Another Act Of Violence

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Members of a French elite tactical police unit search the Notre Dame Basilica in Nice after a knife attack that killed three people and injured several others on Thursday. Valery Hache/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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3 Dead In Apparent Terrorist Knife Attack At Church In Nice, France

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People wearing face masks walk past an outdoor restaurant Wednesday in Frankfurt, Germany. To slow the spread of the coronavirus, restaurants will be closed, starting Monday. Michael Probst/AP hide caption

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French Authorities Investigate Another Gruesome Attack

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European Countries Revive Restrictions To Battle COVID-19 Spike

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Berlin Orders Curfew For 1st Time In 70 Years As COVID-19 Cases Rise

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New videos from Kazakhstan's tourism board turn the fictional journalist Borat's catchphrase "Very nice!" into a slogan to promote the Central Asian country. Kazakhstan Travel/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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With Sequel Out, Kazakhstan Uses 'Borat' To Its Advantage

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Italy, Spain Tighten Restrictions After Coronavirus Cases Spike

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News Brief: Trump-Biden Campaigns, Facebook Ads, COVID-19 Surge

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Two priests are going on trial in the Vatican court — one accused of sexually abusing an altar boy and the other charged with aiding and abetting the alleged abuse, which allegedly took place at the St. Pius X youth seminary. The seminary's residents are known as the "pope's altar boys" and serve Mass in St. Peter's Basilica. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Vatican Court Hears Unprecedented Sexual Abuse Criminal Trial

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