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The prime minister's "red box," looking rather lonely, on a train Saturday from London to York. The Mirror made it front page news. The Mirror hide caption

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From the NPR Newscast: Philip Reeves reports on the resolution Britain will put before the U.N. Security Council

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U.K. Cracking Down On Porn, Blocking It Unless Users Opt In

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The G-8 leaders speaking at this news conference in Northern Ireland all lost their ties, but British Prime Minister David Cameron (right) went a step further by ditching his jacket and rolling up his sleeves. Andrew Winning/WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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The victim: Drummer Lee Rigby. U.K. Ministry of Defense hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': Philip Reeves speaks with Renee Montagne about the attack

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (left) and Russian President Vladimir Putin viewed the Sochi Olympic Park along the Black Sea coast by helicopter Friday. Nikolsky Alexei /ITAR-TASS /Landov hide caption

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A rebel fighter raises his weapon after firing a missile Sunday toward Syrian government troops in the northern city of Aleppo. Syria's largest city has been the scene of heavy fighting for the past three months. Both sides control part of the city, and the fight has been a stalemate recently. Narciso Contreras/AP hide caption

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