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Christian faithful of the Legio Maria African Mission church hold candles as they attend the Easter vigil mass in their church in Fort Jesus area of Nairobi, Kenya April 20, 2019. Thomas Mukoya/Reuters hide caption

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Photos: Easter Services Around The World

Christians gathered Sunday to mark the the end of Holy Week and celebrate Easter. Pope Francis addressed a crowd of nearly 70,000 people at St. Peter's Square and denounced the violence in Sri Lanka.

The organ of Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, one of the most famous in the world, was spared from the Cathedral fire on April 15 but major restoration needs to be done on the instrument. Stephane de Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After The Flames, Notre Dame's Centuries-Old Organ May Never Be The Same Again

Chief organist Olivier Latry looks ahead at the church's extensive renovation process after the Notre Dame Cathedral fire on April 15.

After The Flames, Notre Dame's Centuries-Old Organ May Never Be The Same Again

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Robert Mueller testifies before Congress in 2013. A redacted version of Mueller's report as special counsel was released on Thursday. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Tell-All Book That Could Trump Them All: The Mueller Report

Few authors get to pick who will provide the exclusive first review of their work, and Mueller didn't either. That choice was made by the principal character in the story, the president himself.

A set of motorbikes are set on fire during a yellow vest demonstration in Paris on Saturday. Protesters are marching to remind the government that rebuilding the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral isn't the only problem the nation needs to solve. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco) Francisco Seco/AP hide caption

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Yellow Vest Protesters Fueled By Anger Over Notre Dame Funds March In Paris

Protesters set fires in eastern Paris as they marched for the 23rd Saturday in a row. They say the efforts to restore the damaged Notre Dame cathedral are eclipsing their demands.

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Prison For Forced Addiction Treatment? A Parent's 'Last Resort' Has Consequences

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Thousands of Massachusetts residents have been committed to treatment for addiction against their will. Some families say locking up addicts in prison isn't treatment. Others say it saves lives.

Prison For Forced Addiction Treatment? A Parent's 'Last Resort' Has Consequences

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Suranne Jones stars as Anne Lister — sometimes called the first modern lesbian — in Gentleman Jack. Aimee Spinks/HBO hide caption

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'Gentleman Jack' Swaggers Off The Page And Onto The Screen

A new HBO show takes on the life of Anne Lister, a real-life British landowner of the 1830s whose voluminous coded diaries detailed her extensive — and sometimes open — love affairs with women.

'Gentleman Jack' Swaggers Off The Page And Onto The Screen

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A woman reacts as she stops to pay her respects at the scene on Saturday in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, where 29-year-old journalist Lyra McKee was fatally shot. Police in Northern Ireland on Saturday arrested two teenagers in connection with the fatal shooting of McKee was shot and killed during rioting Thursday night. (Brian Lawless/PA via AP) Brian Lawless/AP hide caption

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Northern Ireland Police Arrest 2 Men In Shooting Death Of Journalist

Authorities say they arrested an 18- and 19-year-old under the U.K.'s controversial Terrorism Act and took them to the Musgrave Serious Crime Suite, a police station in Belfast.

Firefighters line up as they wait for French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner outside Notre Dame cathedral in Paris on Tuesday. Christophe Petit Tesson/AP hide caption

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Opinion: Amid Devastation, Paris Firefighters' Bravery Is An Inspiration

NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the efforts of the firefighters who rushed into the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris when it caught fire earlier this week.

Opinion: Amid Devastation, Paris Firefighters' Bravery Is An Inspiration

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'Nearing 90,' Judith Viorst Says She's Never Been Happier

Judith Viorst's new collection of poetry is called Nearing 90, though she's quick to note she's only "a girl of 88." She's still writing, looking forward to grandchildren graduation, and feeling good.

'Nearing 90,' Judith Viorst Says She's Never Been Happier

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Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski (left), former Deputy National Security Advisor Designate Kathleen Troia 'K.T.' McFarland and former White House Counsel Don McGahn were named in Robert Mueller's report as people who did not carry out President Trump's asks. Tasos Katopodis; Chris Kleponis/AFP; Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet The People In Trump's Orbit Who The Mueller Report Says Ignored His Orders

There were some directives the president attempted to make of his staffers or other government officials that might have breached the obstruction of justice threshold had they not stood up to him.

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