Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks to the media following talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the German federal Chancellery on February 4 in Berlin. Adam Berry/Getty Images hide caption

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Founder James Dyson speaks at a launch event in 2013 for the Dyson Airblade, a high-power hand dryer found in public bathrooms. The Dyson company may be branching out into electric cars. Mark Von Holden/AP Images for Dyson hide caption

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The Tithe Barn at Avebury, owned by the U.K.'s National Trust, is home to a museum dedicated to the Avebury Henge. It's also now, unhappily, home to a very damaged thatched roof. The National Trust hide caption

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A flag reading "Refugees welcome here" greets visitors to London's Immigration Museum, located on Princelet Street in an East End building that housed immigrants from the early 18th century onward. Today the museum, in need of structural repairs, is open only on certain days and by appointment for groups. Peter Kenyon/NPR hide caption

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As European Migrants Face British Backlash, A Reminder: They're Not The First
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Peace symbols were drawn on the sculpture of former British Prime Minister David Lloyd George in Parliament Square ahead of Wednesday's debate in the House of Commons on whether the U.K. should become involved in airstrikes on ISIS targets in Syria. Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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Automatically enrolling workers into a savings plan and then deducting their pre-tax contribution from their paycheck means workers don't see or feel any loss. It sort of tricks our brains into doing the right thing. Annette Elizabeth Allen/NPR hide caption

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A page from the notebook of World War II code-breaking genius Alan Turing is displayed along with his portrait. The 56-page manuscript sold Monday for more than $1 million. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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