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French secretary of state for equality between men and women, Marlène Schiappa, in Paris in 2017. Philippe Lopez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The goats check out a knitting store called Ewe Felty Thing in Llandudno, Wales. (Really, we couldn't make this up if we tried.) Peter Byrne/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption

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New Ambassador To United States Addresses Impact Of COVID-19 In U.K.

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A health worker wears a protective suit at a nursing home, in Madrid, Spain, on Tuesday. With some of the highest cases of COVID-19 in the world, Spain's public health system is overstretched and in need of supplies. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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Spain's Health Staff Are Catching The Coronavirus As Protective Gear Runs Short

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Christian Drosten, director of the Institute of Virology at Berlin's Charité hospital, is pictured after a news conference in Berlin on March 26, to comment on the spread of the novel coronavirus in Germany. Michael Kappeler/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Das Coronavirus' Podcast Captivates Germany With Scientific Info On The Pandemic

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British Police Alarmed Comedy Club Patrons Weren't Social Distancing

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Sign Of The Times: Germany's Top Podcast Deals With Coronavirus

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An 1887 self-portrait by artist Vincent van Gogh from the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. Another van Gogh painting was stolen from a Dutch museum early Monday morning. Marc Deville/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images hide caption

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People walk in Frederiksberg Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark, on March 28. Philip Davali/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Residents wash their hands at a station set up by Shining Hope for Communities in Kibera, a neighborhood in Nairobi, Kenya, where running water is scarce. Patrick Meinhardt/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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How Do You Wash Your Hands To Fend Off Coronavirus If Water Is Scarce?

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Facebook says it's dedicating $100 million to prop up news organizations pummeled by the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Loic Venance/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook Pledges $100 Million To Aid News Outlets Hit Hard By Pandemic

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