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Pilot Michel Bacos was greeted by his wife at Orly Airport on July 5, 1976 in Paris, France after refusing to abandon his Jewish passengers held hostage by Palestinian and German terrorists. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: Remembering Pilot Michel Bacos, Hero Of The 1976 Entebbe Hijacking

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Guards stand in front the Bataclan concert hall in Paris in November 2018, during a ceremony to remember the victims of the attacks in November 2015. On Friday, a man who rented an apartment to two fleeing terrorists received a four-year prison sentence. Benoit Tessier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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British Parliament Rejects Prime Minister's Brexit Plan For A Third Time

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News Brief: Trump Rallies In Michigan, Venezuelans Leave, Brexit

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The Unexpected Front-Runner In Ukraine's Election

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Skuli Mogensen, CEO of Wow Air, poses during a delivery ceremony of his airline's first Airbus A321neo, at the Paris Air Show in 2017. The airline abruptly ceased its operations on Thursday. Pascal Rossignol/Reuters hide caption

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Migrants disembark from the motor tanker El Hiblu 1 in Valletta's Grand Harbour after Maltese armed forces took control of the vessel on Thursday. Jonathan Borg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Maltese Forces Seize Ship That Was Hijacked By Rescued Migrants

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If Brexit Deal Passes, U.K. Prime Minister Agrees To Step Aside

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News Brief: Southern Border Crisis, Medicaid, Brexit Latest

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Prime Minister Theresa May Says She Will Resign If Parliament Passes Her Brexit Plan

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EU Votes To Rewrite Its Copyright Laws, Delivering A Blow To Tech Giants

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