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Turkey's Claims For Drilling Rights In Mediterranean Sea Lead To Threats From Greece

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A statue of King Leopold II stands defaced after protests this month in Brussels. Belgian King Philippe acknowledged "acts of violence and cruelty" in his country's colonial past in Africa. Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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People sit in a terrace bar at the beach in Spain earlier this month, when many internal travel restrictions were lifted. The EU has decided on its first list of approved travel partners, as part of its reopening of external borders. Joan Mateu/AP hide caption

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Afghan War Veteran Talks About Bounties Russia Offered Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops

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Russia Reportedly Offered Bounties To Taliban To Kill U.S. Troops

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U.K. Universities, Including Cambridge, To Welcome Students Back In The Fall

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News Brief: COVID-19 Curve, Russian Bounties, 'White Power' Tweet

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Interview With The Director Of 'Welcome To Chechnya'

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Poland To Hold Presidential Election On June 28

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Sweden's top disease expert says a surge in new coronavirus cases is a result of more testing. Here, people enjoy the sun and water at a bathing jetty in Malmo, Sweden, on Thursday alongside a sign instructing the public to maintain social distancing. Johan Nilsson/TT News Agency/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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French Health and Solidarity Minister Olivier Veran (center), flanked by German Health Minister Jens Spahn (left) and World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (right), speaks during a news conference at the WHO headquarters in Geneva, on Thursday. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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90-Year-Old Grandmother Scales Mountain Without Leaving Her House

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