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Belarus track coaches Artur Shimak (left) and Yury Maisevich are now under investigation, Olympics officials announced on Thursday. The pair are seen here last month at a checkpoint at a Tokyo airport. Yuichi Yamazaki/Getty Images hide caption

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A judicial officer looks at his watch prior to a trial against a 96-year-old former secretary for the SS commander of the Stutthof concentration camp at the court room in Itzehoe, Germany on Thursday. The woman who is charged of more than 11,000 counts of accessory to murder has not appeared and is wanted by warrant. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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Missing Man In Turkey Joins Search Party That Was Looking For Him

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After 16 Years, Germans Will Have To Get Used To A New Leader

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Jens Haaning's artwork "Take the Money and Run" is seen in the Kunsten Musem of Modern Art. The empty canvas was meant to hold thousands of dollars in cash — but the artist chose to hang on to the money. Niels Fabaek/Kunsten Museum of Modern Art hide caption

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Karl Ove Knausgaard On Exploring A 'World Out Of Joint' In His New Book

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At petrol station in Manchester, England is tapped out on Tuesday. In greater London, however, the vast majority of service stations remained dry for yet another day. Jon Super/AP hide caption

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Catholics gathered in front of Warsaw's church of Holy Cross in an anti-LGBT protest in May. Piotr Lapinski/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Wild boars eat garbage near trash bins in Rome on Sept. 24. They have become a daily sight, as families of wild boars trot down the city streets, sticking their snouts in the garbage looking for food. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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Hassan Mahmoud, 53, is one of the Syrians who testified in a landmark trial in Germany in which a former Syrian security official is charged with crimes against humanity and other crimes for overseeing torture at a prison. Eman Helal for NPR hide caption

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Syrians Have Stared Down Threats To Testify Against Assad's Regime In A Landmark Trial

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Watching For France's Next Move Following The U.S.-Australia Submarine Deal

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Gas Stations In Britain Are Running Dry Due To The Post-Brexit Truck Driver Shortage

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U.S. Takes The Ryder Cup In A Historically Dominant Win

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