Want To Get To Know The Real France? Call A 'Random' French Person

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NATO's Evolving Issues Now Focus On Syria's War And Refugee Crisis

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Realtor Simon Rose stands in front of a home he's working to sell in London's Chelsea neighborhood. The home is on the market for a little over $7 million, but the asking price has been cut $700,000 since Britain voted in June to leave the European Union. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Not Exactly A Bargain, But London's Luxury Property Falls After Brexit

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Bonjour! Place A Call To France Even If You Don't Know Anyone

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Bars In Belarus Urged To Sell Cow-Blood Snacks

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Winston Churchill was so displeased with Graham Sutherland's portrait that his wife asked his secretary to destroy it. Pictured here is a preparatory sketch. Reprinted from "The Face of Britain" by Simon Schama with permission from Oxford University Press/National Portrait Gallery, London hide caption

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'The Face Of Britain' Tells A Nation's History Through Portraits

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel Suffers Setback In Regional Elections

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Prime Minister and United Russia party chairman Dmitry Medvedev visit the party's election campaign headquarters during parliamentary elections. Alexei Druzhinin /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Normandy Tank Museum Closes Its Doors; Auctions Off Tanks

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In Germany, Far-Right Party Strikes A Blow To Merkel's Ruling Party

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Growing List Of American Politicians, Athletes Subject To Russian Hacking

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Department Of Defense Investigates U.S.-Led Coalition Airstrike In Syria

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Newly Found HMS Terror Could Provide Clues To Fateful 1848 Shipwreck

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Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses the audience at the United Russia party congress held in Moscow in June, three months ahead of parliamentary elections this Sunday. His party is expected to retain its majority. Maxim Shipenkov/AP hide caption

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In Russia, A New Parliament Is Expected To Act Much Like The Old One

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With Putin Set To Win, What Power Do Russians Really Have In Parliamentary Elections?

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A Cow With No Name: Google Blurs Bovine Face For Privacy

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Unlike 2011 Duma Elections, Protesters Are Expected To Be Muted

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Syrian Refugee Gets Free Dental Care From A Dentist Who Also Was A Refugee

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Putin's Party Maintains Tight Grip Over Russian Duma Elections

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