Activists Chu Yiu-ming, left, and Chan Kin-man gesture to supporters as they report to be arrested at a police station in Hong Kong. Police say the men and other Umbrella Movement activists will be charged over mass protests that took place in 2014. Jayne Russell/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Living With Zika In Puerto Rico Means Watching, Waiting And Fearing Judgment

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Hossein Mahrammi with his wife and four young sons arrived at at Dulles International Airport in Virginia earlier this month with Special Immigrant Visas for the work Mahrammi had helped the U.S. with in Afghanistan. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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Special Immigrant Visa Holders Still Face Questioning Upon Reaching U.S.

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Trapped Civilians Complicate U.S. Efforts in Northern Syria And Iraq

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New Chief Minister For India's Largest State Has Tumultuous First Week

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At Least 500 Demonstrators Arrested In Moscow

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South Korea's ex-leader Park Geun-hye arrives at the prosecutor's office for questioning, in Seoul, on March 21, where she apologized to the people for her role in the corruption scandal that led to her impeachment. Kim Hong-ji/AP hide caption

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Riot policemen detain a journalist during a protest rally in St. Petersburg, on Sunday, where thousands crowded in for an unsanctioned protest against the Russian government. Dmitri Lovetsky/AP hide caption

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Thousands Of Russians Take To Streets In Biggest Anti-government Protests In Years

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Pakistani security officials gather outside the devastated Marriott Hotel in Islamabad on Sept. 21, 2008, following an overnight suicide bomb attack. The Pentagon announced Satuday that a recent airstrike had killed Qari Yasin, who was linked to the bombing. Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Diplomat Says Visa Screening Changes Are Legal, But Rhetoric Is Problematic

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Canadians Divided Over Flood Of Refugees

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Companies And Users Can Do More To Stay Secure With Smart Devices

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INGA Wellbeing co-founders: (L-R) Fiona Mc Greal, Claire Robinson and Nikla Lancksweert. Stephanie Derouaux /Les Marquisettes hide caption

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Trendy Hospital Clothing To Make Cancer Patients Dress 'Well' Even When Unwell

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Hong Kong's new chief executive Carrie Lam waves after she won the Hong Kong chief executive election in Hong Kong on March 26, 2017. Hong Kong's new leader Carrie Lam pledged on March 26 to mend political rifts after winning a vote dismissed as a sham by democracy activists who fear the loss of the city's cherished freedoms. Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Palestinian-Israeli movie Bar Bahar has won acclaim for its intimate portrayal of three Palestinian women living in Tel Aviv. Courtesy of Maysaloun Hamoud hide caption

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Calling On Help From Public, Investigators Piece Together London Attacker's Past

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Residents carry the body of several people killed during fights between Iraq security forces and Islamic State on the western side of Mosul, Iraq, yesterday. Residents of the Iraqi city's neighborhood known as Mosul Jidideh at the scene say that scores of residents are believed to have been killed by airstrikes that hit a cluster of homes in the area earlier this month. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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Atole de elote is a warm corn drink from Central America. Student Jose Rivas wrote an essay about a weekly tradition of enjoying atole with his late father in El Salvador, and how the drink helped him to feel more at home after he moved to the U.S. Becky Harlan hide caption

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