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Conservative member of Parliament Neil Parish speaks at a business breakfast on June 1, 2016. He says he will resign after admitting that he watched porn in the House of Commons. Matt Cardy/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman representing a rape victim leads protesters in Berlin demonstrating in an April 16 march against Russian military aggression in the ongoing wars in Ukraine and Syria. Adam Berry/Getty Images hide caption

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Outspoken Putin critic Garry Kasparov says Ukraine is just Putin's first stop

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May Day demonstrators march through downtown Los Angeles last year. Thousands of people took to the streets across the nation that May 1 in rallies calling for immigration reform, workers' rights and police accountability. Ringo H.W. Chiu/AP hide caption

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After three months of conflict, the Ukrainian city of Mariupol is devastated

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When this Shanghai building went into COVID lockdown, my WeChat message group blew up

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A new Iron Curtain is eroding Norway's hard-won ties with Russia on Arctic issues

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Willy Cancel in a photo from his Facebook profile. When a military contracting company was searching for individuals willing travel to Ukraine, he stepped up to take on the fight. Facebook/Willy Cancel hide caption

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A Palestinian-Syrian chef's cookbook invites people to see any meal as a celebration

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U.S. supports efforts to prosecute Russians for alleged war crimes, including at ICC

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Sri Lanka is facing economic crisis — and the U.S. dollar is partly to blame

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Afghans unite in demanding that the Taliban let girls attend secondary school

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