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Irish Foreign Affairs Minister On Brexit And A Seat On The U.N. Security Council

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Lessons Learned After 1 Million Global Coronavirus Deaths

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A phone shows the Uber app in front of a taxi stand at Waterloo station in London on Monday. The ride-sharing service won its appeal after Transport for London denied a renewal of its operating license late last year. Chris J. Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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Servicemen and members of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation gather after the Armenian government declared martial law and military mobilization amidst growing conflict with Azerbaijan. Melik Baghdasaryan/TASS via Getty Images hide caption

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An officer of the French National Gendarmerie guards an area near the former Paris offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, where two people were wounded Friday in an attack with a sharp object that one witness described as a hatchet. Arina Lebedeva/TASS/Getty Images hide caption

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A photo shared last week on Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's Instagram account shows him at Berlin's Charité Hospital as his treatment continued. Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Dutch YouTube star turned model and singer Famke Louise performs on stage during a live show on television in the Netherlands. Famke Louise has come under fire recently for saying she would no longer participate in public campaigns to combat COVID-19. Paul Bergen/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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Weeks After Disputed Election, Belarus President Is Secretly Inaugurated

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European Countries See Spikes In Coronavirus Cases

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Lidia Yermoshina (left), chairperson of the Belarusian Central Election Commission, hands over a presidential ID to President Alexander Lukashenko during an inauguration ceremony Wednesday at Independence Palace in Minsk. Andrei Stasevich/BelTA/Tass hide caption

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The Greek island of Kastellorizo, shown here at sunset from the top of an ancient castle, is a little over a mile away from the Turkish shore. Known for its architecture, turquoise sea and friendship with the neighbor Turks, it's recently become a pawn in a geopolitical dispute between the Greek and Turkish governments over hydrocarbons and maritime borders. Demetrios Ioannou for NPR hide caption

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'Not Our World': This Greek Island Wants An End To Greece And Turkey's Feud

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This photo published Sept. 15 by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny on his Instagram account shows Navalny (center) his wife, Yulia, (right) daughter Daria and son Zakhar (top left) in Berlin's Charité Hospital. Navalny was discharged Tuesday after 32 days, 24 of them in intensive care. Alexei Navalny Instagram/AP hide caption

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In this image taken from video, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes a statement to the House of Commons on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic. House of Commons/AP hide caption

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Experts Warn Britain Could See A Severe Uptick In Coronavirus Cases

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