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France Mukantagazwa, who lost her father and other relatives in the Rwanda genocide and believes their bodies may be in the newly found graves, cries as she speaks to reporters at the site on Thursday. Eric Murinzi/AP hide caption

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Mass Graves Discovered 24 Years After Rwandan Genocide

Up to 3,000 bodies are thought to be buried in the graves, victims of a 100-day massacre that left 800,000 people dead. Survivors wonder why the sites are just being uncovered.

Protesters chant "It's not abuse, it's rape!" after a nine-year prison sentence was given to five men accused of the multiple rape of a woman during Pamplona's San Fermin festival in 2016. Vincent West/REUTERS hide caption

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Protests Erupt In Spain After Five Men Cleared Of Rape Charges

The group, called "The Wolf Pack" by Spanish media, is accused of having non-consensual sex with an 18-year-old woman in 2016. They have been sentenced to jail for sexual abuse, but not rape.

Central American asylum-seekers ride a bus to Tijuana on Wednesday, while passing through San Luis Rio Colorado along the U.S.-Mexico border. Hundreds of immigrants, the remnants of a caravan of Central Americans that began almost a month ago, set out on the last leg of their journey north in Mexico. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Caravan Arrives In Tijuana, As Migrants Prepare To Request Asylum

A group of Central American asylum-seekers, who have been traveling through Mexico for weeks, are gathering near the border with the U.S. They say they will request asylum on Sunday.

Kwame Akoto-Bamfo's life-size sculpture of enslaved people in rusting shackles that evoke dripping blood is one of the first things visitors encounter at the memorial. The 800 monuments suspended from the ceiling each stand for a county where racial killings occurred. Victims' names are etched on each one. Lynsey Weatherspoon for NPR hide caption

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New Lynching Memorial Is A Space 'To Talk About All Of That Anguish'

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice opens Thursday in Montgomery, Ala., and includes monuments for victims of lynchings. Organizers say it's time "to confront the brutality."

New Lynching Memorial Is A Space 'To Talk About All Of That Anguish'

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The digital marquee outside Highland Arts Elementary School, seen at the start of class Wednesday, warns of the effects of the teacher walkout Thursday in Mesa, Ariz. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Scores Of Schools In Arizona Close As Teachers Embark On Massive Walkout

Thousands of demonstrators descended on Phoenix, where they are marching on the Capitol to demand pay bumps and boosted budgets. Across state lines, teachers in Colorado are also protesting.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, accompanied by EPA Chief Financial Officer Holly Greaves, testifies during a hearing of a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on Capitol Hill Thursday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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EPA Chief Pruitt Faces Tough Questions On Capitol Hill

EPA chief Scott Pruitt said the recent scrutiny he has received over ethical issues is an effort to undermine the president's agenda.

EPA Chief Pruitt Faces Tough Questions On Capitol Hill

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A woman walks past a news screen showing file footage of South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at a railway station in Seoul this week. Kim will walk across the Demilitarized Zone on Friday for a historic summit with Moon. Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What To Expect From Friday's Summit Between North And South Korea

"President Trump is in for a rude surprise if he thinks ... Kim Jong Un is going to say, 'Sure, I'll hand over my nuclear weapons,'" North Korea expert Jean H. Lee tells NPR.

What To Expect From Friday's Summit Between North And South Korea

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Manchester United players warm up in London's Wembley Stadium prior the FA Cup semifinal match against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. American billionaire Shahid Khan has made a bid to buy the stadium. Catherine Ivill/Getty Images hide caption

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Fancy An American Football Match? NFL Owner Bids For London's Wembley Stadium

Shahid Khan, the American billionaire owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, has reportedly offered nearly $835 million for the facility. The move could pave the way for more NFL games in London.

President Trump acknowledged on Thursday that attorney Michael Cohen had represented him in the deal Cohen concluded with pornographic actress Stormy Daniels. Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Acknowledges Michael Cohen Represented Him In Stormy Daniels Payment

The president said for the first time that the attorney had been working on his behalf in paying off the porn actress, but said he wasn't involved in Cohen's New York City case.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (L) confers with ranking member Dianne Feinstein at a committee hearing April 19, 2018. The committee has approved legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Bill To Protect Mueller Investigation Approved By Senate Judiciary Committee

While the bill lacks support from GOP leaders in the House and Senate, it's intended to send a message to President Trump to avoid interfering with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

Jake Tapper is CNN's chief Washington correspondent and the host of The Lead and State of the Union. His novel, The Hellfire Club, is set in 1954 Washington, D.C. Corey Nickols/Getty Images for Pizza Hut hide caption

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CNN's Jake Tapper On McCarthyism, Trump And The 'Jar Jar Binks Principle'

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Tapper's new novel, The Hellfire Club, takes place in 1954 during Sen. Joseph McCarthy's Communist "witch hunt" — a time he describes as "very resonant" with the current political climate.

CNN's Jake Tapper On McCarthyism, Trump And The 'Jar Jar Binks Principle'

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Ford will focus on SUVs and trucks — and eliminate many of its sedans — in the North American market. Here, the company's trucks were highlighted at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ford To Phase Out 'Traditional Ford Sedans' Such As Fusion And Taurus In The U.S.

Ford Motor Co. reported a $1.7 billion profit for the first quarter, but it's planning big changes — such as phasing out nearly all of its cars in favor of trucks and SUVs.

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