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Princess Haya bint al-Hussein of Jordan (right), accompanied by her lawyer lawyer Fiona Shackleton (center), leaves the High Court in London on Tuesday. Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Koreans in Seoul watch a file image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observing a missile launch after Pyongyang's latest test was announced on Wednesday. Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images hide caption

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A police officer patrols the surroundings of the Altamira Regional Recovery Centre after at least 52 inmates were killed in a prison riot, in the Brazilian northern city of Altamira, Pará state, on Monday. Bruno Santos/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A man at a railway station in Seoul watches a television showing file footage of a North Korean missile launch on Thursday. Earlier, North Korea had fired two short-range missiles into the sea. Jung Yeon-je/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló announced late Wednesday that he is resigning from office amid a scandal over hundreds of pages of text messages he exchanged with his inner circle that included sexist, homophobic and other insulting material. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson speaks at a National Governors Association meeting last year. A federal judge late Tuesday temporarily blocked abortion restrictions signed into law by the governor in March. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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As NASA's Apollo Space Program Grew, Alabama Was Pressured To Desegregate

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Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Yukiya Amano at a meeting of the agency's board of governors in Vienna last year. The agency announced Amano's death on Monday. Ronald Zak/AP hide caption

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaks at his the 'Servant of the People' political party's headquarters after the parliamentary elections in Kiev, Ukraine, on Sunday. NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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American aerospace engineer John Houbolt as he stands at a chalkboard in July 1962 showing his lunar orbit rendezvous plan for landing astronauts on the moon. NASA/LARC/Bob Nye/PhotoQuest/Getty Images hide caption

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Astronaut Alan L. Bean holds a container filled with lunar soil collected during the extravehicular activity in which astronauts Charles Conrad Jr., commander, and Bean, lunar module pilot, participated. Charles Conrad Jr./NASA hide caption

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A sign is posted outside the U.S. Customs and Border Protection station in Clint, Texas, earlier this week, where lawyers reported that detained migrant children were held unbathed and hungry. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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