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Benin Bronze artifacts on display in the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg, Germany. An international consortium is working on repatriating artifacts which were looted in the late 19th century. Daniel Bockwoldt/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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The 516 Arouca, the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world, hangs above the Aguieiras Waterfall in the Paiva Gorge in Arouca, Portugal. It is opening to the public next week. Octavio Passos/Getty Images hide caption

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Activists advocate for better climate protection at a demonstration last month in Stuttgart, Germany. Christoph Schmidt/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Sylvia Falkner stands in front of her Berlin pub, Metzer Eck, which has been owned by four generations of the same family since 1913. She is one of thousands of small German business owners struggling to keep their businesses open in an extended pandemic lockdown. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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Germany's Small Business Owners Fight To Survive Amid Fears Of A Wave Of Insolvency

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In this photo taken from a video provided by the Babushkinsky District Court in Moscow on Thursday, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is seen during a hearing on charges of defamation. Babuskinsky District Court Press Service/AP hide caption

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German Bankruptcy Officials Worry About Build-Up Of 'Zombie Businesses'

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With the Greens now leading the polls, party co-chair Annalena Baerbock, 40, is seen as a serious contender for German chancellor in September's general election. She has moved the Greens increasingly to the political center. Andreas Gora - Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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These Are The Top Politicians Vying To Succeed Angela Merkel As Germany's Chancellor

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In 2008, people hold portraits of Marina Petrella, a former member of Italy's disbanded Red Brigades group, during a rally in Paris against her extradition to Italy. Petrella is one of seven individuals whose arrest in France was announced Wednesday. Joel Saget/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Town Crier Championships In Britain Keep Tradition Alive

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French Protesters Demand Justice After High Court's Murder Ruling

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People receive the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine at the Al-Abbas Islamic Center, converted into a vaccination clinic in Birmingham, England, in January. Sheikh Nuru Mohammed, the imam at the mosque, recognized many of his congregants were hesitant to get the "jab," as it's called, due to false rumors and distrust of government. So he began to fight disinformation during his sermons. Darren Staples/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How A U.K. Imam Countered Vaccine Hesitancy And Helped Thousands Get The 'Jab'

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Activists from Amnesty International demonstrate Saturday outside the Russian Embassy in Berlin, calling for the release of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. On Monday, a Russian court ordered the temporary suspension of Navalny's political network. Odd Andersen/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A man takes a picture at sunset with the Eiffel Tower in the background in March in Paris. The president of the European Commission says fully vaccinated Americans will be able to visit the European Union this summer. Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden May Make Genocide Declaration On Armenian Remembrance Day

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Like all viruses, the coronavirus mutates. Above: In this depiction of the the South African coronavirus variant B.1.531, the thin yellow band around the rim of indicates a mutation site. The virus spike (red) is attaching to a human cell receptor (blue). Juan Gaertner hide caption

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People Are Talking About A 'Double Mutant' Variant In India. What Does That Mean?

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