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Police gesture toward protesters as security forces crack down on demonstrations against the military coup in Yangon on Sunday. The United Nations says at least 18 protesters were killed Sunday, the deadliest day yet since the military took power earlier this month. Sai Aung Main/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Israelis and Palestinians See Starkly Different Coronavirus Vaccination Numbers

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All Female Flight Crew In Afghanistan Makes History

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Tenzin Kalsang's in-person story times in Tibetan and English on were held at the Williamsburgh branch of the Brooklyn Public Library system. Brooklyn Public Library's Facebook Page/Screenshot hide caption

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Brooklyn Librarian Becomes Unlikely Star With Her Bilingual Story Time

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Avril Haines, the new director of national intelligence, released a declassified report Friday that says Saudi Arabia's crown prince was responsible for a 2018 killing of a prominent journalist. Haines spoke to NPR in her first interview since taking office last month. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Avril Haines Takes Over As Intelligence Chief At 'A Challenging Time'

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Lawmakers and journalists are among those calling for penalties against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi after a U.S. intelligence report finding the crown prince had approved the operation. Emrah Gurel/AP hide caption

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Abducted students of Government Science College Kagara sit in the state conference hall after being freed in Minna, Niger state, Nigeria, on Saturday. AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Anti-coup protesters in Yangon, Myanmar. Myanmar's military government has intensified a crackdown on protesters in recent days, using tear gas, charging at and arresting protesters and journalists. Hkun Lat/Getty Images hide caption

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Police escort recaptured inmates back to the Croix-des-Bouquets Civil Prison after Thursday's outbreak in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. As of Friday night, authorities were still searching for more than 200 escapees. Dieu Nalio Chery/AP hide caption

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Myanmar's U.N. Ambassador Defies Military, Calls For Global Action To End Coup

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Week In Politics: House Approves $1.9 Trillion Pandemic Relief Package

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Report Reveals More Than 6,500 Migrant Workers Have Died In Qatar's World Cup Prep

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Report Tying Saudi Crown Prince To Jamal Khashoggi Killing Tests U.S. Alliance

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