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Juan Gabriel, The 'Divo Of Juarez,' Dies At 66

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Take it one syllable at a time: Papahānaumokuākea

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Among La. Flood Victims, 'Depression Levels Are Really High'

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Ahmad Faqi al-Mahdi in the courtroom of the International Criminal Court in the Hague last September. Mahdi pleaded guilty to war crimes over the deliberate destruction of buildings at a UNESCO-listed desert heritage site in Mali in 2012. ROBIN VAN LONKHUIJSEN/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Residents stand behind a police line, observing the two dead bodies of alleged drug dealers following a drug bust operation that turned into a gunfight last month in Manila, Philippines. Nearly 1,800 people have died, police said, since the government launched a crackdown on illegal drugs after Rodrigo Duterte won a landslide presidential election victory in May with a vow to kill criminals. Noel Celis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People wait close to empty graves at a cemetery on Sunday, during the funeral for the victims of a suicide attack on a wedding party in Gaziantep, Turkey. At least 50 people were killed when a suspected suicide bomber linked to Islamic State jihadists attacked a wedding thronged with guests, officials say. Ilyas Akengin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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