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Naomi Osaka Quits French Open

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What We Know About The Russian Phishing Hack

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Germany Formally Acknowledges Colonial Genocide In Namibia, Will Pay Reparations

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German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas addresses the media Friday in Berlin. Germany has reached an agreement with Namibia that will see it officially recognize as genocide the colonial-era killings of tens of thousands of people and commit to spending $1.3 billion, largely on development projects. Tobias Schwarz/AP hide caption

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Spain's postal service is feeling a backlash from its effort to highlight racial inequality. The company this week issued a set of four stamps in different skin-colored tones. The darker the stamp, the lower the price. Correos/AP hide caption

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Giuseppe Dave Seke (center) plays a superhero who helps save his neighborhood from gentrification in Netflix's Italian-language series Zero. It's Italy's first TV series with a predominantly Black cast. Francesco Berardinelli/Netflix hide caption

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In New Italian Netflix Series 'Zero,' A Black Hero Makes Invisibility His Superpower

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Family photographs of some of those who died hang on display in an exhibition in 2019 at the Kigali Genocide Memorial centre in the capital Kigali, Rwanda. France and Rwanda are hoping to reset ties scarred by a quarter century of recriminations over the 1994 Rwandan genocide when French President Emmanuel Macron visits the central African country. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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Ex-Johnson Adviser Paints Devastating Picture Of Britain's Pandemic Response

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Europe's Approach To Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Is More Divided Than Ever

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EU Considers Repercussions Against Belarus For Airline Incident

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Belarusian police detain journalist Roman Protasevich (center) in Minsk, Belarus, on March 26, 2017. On Sunday, Protasevich was arrested after his international flight was diverted to Belarus. Sergei Grits/AP hide caption

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