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Iceland's soccer federation is in turmoil, after a scandal over sexual assault allegations against players prompted a mass resignation. Here, the country's flag is seen in the stands during an international match. TF-Images/Getty Images hide caption

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After 8 Decades, WWII Vet Is Reunited With The Italian Children He Saved

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Customers walks into a McDonald's restaurant, in London on Aug. 24. McDonald's says it has pulled milkshakes from the menu in all 1,250 of its British restaurants because of supply problems stemming from a shortage of truck drivers. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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McDonald's Is Out Of Milkshakes In The U.K. And A Truck Driver Shortage Is To Blame

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Ukraine President Zelenskyy To Meet With Biden At The White House

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A detention center outside the town of Rudninkai, Lithuania. Asylum seekers illegally crossed the border from Belarus, allegedly with the assistance of the Minsk government. Teri Schultz/NPR hide caption

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How The Baghdad-To-Belarus Tourist Trail Lands Iraqis In EU Detention

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European Leaders Have Tense Reactions To U.S.-Afghanistan Conflict

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Josephine Baker in uniform circa 1945. Hulton Deutsch/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: A New Spirit Joins The Panthéon

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The almost 40-foot 3D-printed pedestrian bridge designed by Joris Laarman and built by Dutch robotics company MX3D has been opened in Amsterdam six years after the project was launched. The bridge, which was fabricated from stainless steel rods by six-axis robotic arms equipped with welding gear, spans the Oudezijds Achterburgwal in Amsterdam's Red Light District. Ana Fernandez/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty hide caption

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As People Scramble To Escape Afghanistan, There Is Some Good News

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The logo of NSO Group displayed on a building where the Israeli cybersecurity company previously had offices, in Herzliya, Israel, in 2016. Daniella Cheslow/AP hide caption

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What To Know About The Spying Scandal Linked To Israeli Tech Firm NSO

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Companies In Europe Carry Out Myriad Infrastructure Projects

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A view of a building on the Lichtwiese campus of the Technical University in Darmstadt, Germany, on Tuesday. Authorities say seven people at the university have received medical treatment after showing symptoms of poisoning. Frank Rumpenhorst/AP hide caption

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A Nationalist Mob In Turkey Attacks Syrian Refugees' Home And Businesses

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