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Children joining the bicibús in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Spain, make their way to school on a recent Friday morning. The community is hoping to build a school-friendly bike lane for a safer commute for kids. Mireia Boix/Bicibús Eixample hide caption

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Cargo containers sit stacked on ships at the Port of Los Angeles, the nation's busiest container port, on October 15, 2021 in San Pedro, California. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Why The Global Supply Chain Is Still Clogged — And How To Fix It

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Drone operators were hoping to find dogs that needed to be rescued from a lava zone on the island of La Palma, Spain. Instead, they found a spray-painted banner that said "The dogs are fine" and was signed "A Team." This still image is from a video sent by the anonymous rescuers. YouTube hide caption

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Floral tributes and pictures of British lawmaker David Amess lie outside the Houses of Parliament in London on wednesday. Amess was killed on Friday during a meeting with constituents in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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The Nuri rocket, South Korea's first domestically produced space rocket, lifts off from a launch pad at the Naro Space Center in Goheung. Officials described it as an important step in the country's pursuit of a satellite launch program. Hong Hae-in/AP hide caption

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Russian demonstrators hold anti-American posters outside the U.S. Embassy in 2015. From the 1960s through the 1980s, the U.S. said the Soviet Union beamed microwave signals at the U.S. Embassy in an attempt to collect intelligence. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Long before Havana Syndrome, the U.S. reported microwaves beamed at an embassy

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A woman reacts as a health worker inoculates her during a vaccination drive against coronavirus inside a school in New Delhi Wednesday. India reached a milestone of administering a total of one billion doses against COVID-19. Altaf Qadri/AP hide caption

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Mitchell Joseph Valdes Sosa, the director of the Cuban Neurosciences Center, gives a press conference about symptoms reported by U.S. and Canadian diplomats in 2016 and 2017, commonly referred to as the "Havana Syndrome," in Havana, Cuba, Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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Havana Syndrome: Over 200 Cases Documented Yet Cause Remains A Mystery

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China's DF-17 missile is a medium-range hypersonic weapon capable of traveling over five times the speed of sound. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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Behind murky claim of a new hypersonic missile test, there lies a very real arms race

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In this March 30, 2017 file photo, Alexei Navalny, right, poses for the press in court in Moscow. The imprisoned Russian opposition leader was awarded the European Union's top human rights prize on Wednesday. STR/AP hide caption

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Boris Johnson, left, greet guests at a reception at Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, Oct. 19, 2021. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, a Syrian firefighter extinguishes a burned bus at the site of a deadly explosion, in Damascus, Syria. Two roadside bombs exploded near a bus carrying troops during the morning rush hour in the Syrian capital early Wednesday, killing more than a dozen people, state TV reported. AP hide caption

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro waits for the arrival of Colombia's President Ivan Duque to Planalto presidential palace in Brasilia, Brazil, on Tuesday. Eraldo Peres/AP hide caption

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