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"At present, pathogens have greater power than WHO," World Health Organization leader Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Monday. "They exploit our interconnectedness and expose our inequities and divisions." Tedros is seen speaking earlier this month in Geneva, Switzerland. Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Copa America Tournament Moved To Brazil From Argentina, 2 Weeks Before Kickoff

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Naomi Osaka Quits French Open

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Iran's Presidential Candidate Slate Leans Heavily Toward Hard-Liners

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Naftali Bennett, seen here paying his respects in Paris following the terrorist attacks on Jan. 11, 2015. At the time, he was Israel's Economy Minister. Kristy Sparow/Getty Images hide caption

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A Look At Naftali Bennett, The Man Who Could End Netanyahu's Rule

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Who The Uyghurs Are And Why China Is Targeting Them

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After Years Of Drought, Australia Faces A New Natural Disaster: Multiplying Mice

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In The Wake Of Assad's Reelection, 3 Syrians Share Their Hopes And Fears

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Belgium is ending its ambassador's posting to South Korea, after his wife was seen on video allegedly slapping a clothing store employee. Here, a man walks past the Belgium Embassy in Seoul on Monday. Lee Jin-man/AP hide caption

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives at the Knesset, the Israeli Parliament, to deliver a political statement in Jerusalem, on Sunday. Yonatan Sindel/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Allowing couples in China to have up to three children rather than two will help the country counteract a population that's shifting towards the elderly, the government says. STR/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Confronted By Aging Population China Allows Couples To Have 3 Children

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In An Attempt To Ease Sanctions, Venezuela's Maduro Reaches Out To U.S.

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What An Ousted Benjamin Netanyahu Could Mean For Israel

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, pictured on May 25, may be out of his position if opponents form a unity government. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Netanyahu Could Lose PM Job As Rivals Attempt To Join Forces

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