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Kim Darroch, British Ambassador To The U.S., On What To Expect Of Trump's U.K. Visit

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The river cruise ship Viking Sigyn collided with a tourist boat carrying 33 South Koreans on the Danube River in Budapest, Hungary, leaving at least seven people dead. Bernadett Szabo/Reuters hide caption

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Boris Johnson must appear in court to face accusations that he lied to the public about the costs of being in the European Union. He's seen here on Monday, arriving at his girlfriend's home in London. Peter Summers/Getty Images hide caption

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How Deutsche Bank Became A Mainstay Of Trump's Business Empire

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GPS Sends Motorist To Rom, Germany, Instead Of Rome, Italy

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Green Party Makes Significant Gains In European Parliament Elections

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German Government Official Recommends Jews Exercise Caution When Wearing A Kippah

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Why The Green Party Won Big In Last Week's European Elections

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The Louvre was closed on Monday as security and reception staff went on strike over what they say are deteriorating working conditions as the museum draws record crowds. Here, visitors queue outside the Louvre in July 2015. Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Brexit Party Is A Tour De Force In European Parliament Elections

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Iraq Sentences 4 French ISIS Fighters To Death

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A Fiat Chrysler Merger With Renault Would Create 3rd Biggest Car Maker

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News Brief: Ohio Tornadoes, Disaster Fund Lessons, ISIS Trials

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France Won't Take ISIS Fighters Back, But Doesn't Want Them Executed Either

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