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Cod Comeback: How The North Sea Fishery Bounced Back From The Brink

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After Arrests, Calls For Soccer's Governing Body To Be Overhauled

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Irish Voters Prepare To Decide On Same-Sex Marriage

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Teams of volunteer archaeologists travel to Vindolanda during each excavation season. They painstakingly scrape and brush away at the soil to see what they can find. Rich Preston/NPR hide caption

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An English 'Family Business,' Dedicated To A 2,000-Year-Old Roman Fort

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A campaign poster in Dublin encourages voters to say no to same-sex marriage ahead of a referendum in Dublin on Friday. Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Conservative, Catholic Ireland Votes On Same-Sex Marriage

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Conservative Victory Moves U.K. Closer To EU Exit

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U.K. Election: Conservatives Outperform Their Results 5 Years Ago

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Polls Close In Tight British Election, Show Lead For Conservative Party

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A man walks out of a polling station in St. Leonard's Church on Thursday in Loftus, England. Ian Forsyth/Getty Images hide caption

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Britons Cast Ballots In Tightest Race In Decades

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The Unpopularity Contest For Britain's Next Prime Minister

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Far more than other Western democracies, Britain concentrates its money, power and culture in the capital, London. Elwin van Eede/Flickr hide caption

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London's Dominance Becomes A British Election Issue

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Skeletal Horse On Trafalgar Square's 4th Plinth Is Art And A Stock Ticker

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Much of the Netherlands is below sea level, including Amsterdam. Urgenda argues that any rise in the sea level could have a huge impact on the country. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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A Novel Dutch Lawsuit Demands Government Cut Carbon Emissions

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Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's first minister and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), delivers a speech in Glasgow, Scotland, on March 28. After its loss at the polls last year on the issue of Scottish independence, the party has quadrupled its membership and is on the ascendant. Russell Cheyne/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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From Losers To Possible Kingmakers, A Scottish Party Comes Back Strong

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Diego Garcia Islanders Displaced In U.K. Failure Hope To Return Home

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