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NATO wants proof after Russia says it's pulling back troops from Ukraine's borders

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A detention center outside the town of Rudninkai, Lithuania. Asylum seekers illegally crossed the border from Belarus, allegedly with the assistance of the Minsk government. Teri Schultz/NPR hide caption

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How The Baghdad-To-Belarus Tourist Trail Lands Iraqis In EU Detention

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Taliban fighters stand guard in front of the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday. Thousands of people packed into the airport, rushing the tarmac and pushing onto planes in desperate attempts to flee the country after the Taliban took over. Rahmat Gul/AP hide caption

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People enjoy the May sunshine from the cafe terraces of Brussels' Grand Place. On Friday, European Union added the United States to the list of countries whose citizens and residents should be allowed to travel freely within the bloc. Francois Walcshaerts/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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EU Opens The Door To American Travelers. But Be Sure To Read The Fine Print

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NATO Waits On U.S. To Review Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan

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Belgium's Health Minister Calls COVID-19 Surge 'Most Dangerous In Europe'

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Ireland Finds U.S. Tourists During Pandemic May Be Trouble. But So Is Their Absence

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Americans Can Travel To Ireland, But Locals May Not Want Them

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Protesters pull down a statue of slave trader Edward Colston during a Black Lives Matter protest on College Green, Bristol, England, on Sunday. The protest grew in response to the recent killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis that sparked large demonstrations across the United States and spread to other countries. Ben Birchall/AP hide caption

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A statue of King Leopold II of Belgium is pictured on June 4 in Antwerp after it was set on fire the night before. Activists want statues of the colonial-era monarch removed. Jonas Roosens/Belga/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Home care worker Rosalinda De Pooter, wearing a face mask, plays a table game with her client Josephine Claes, 76, during a partial lockdown against the spread of COVID-19 in Booischot, Belgium on April 27, 2020. Francisco Seco/AP hide caption

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Potatoes are processed into fries at the Mydibel processing plant in Mouscron, Belgium. Teri Schultz for NPR hide caption

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Belgians Urged To Eat More Fries To Help Potato Farmers Amid Pandemic-Related Glut

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Belgian Officials Forced To Defend Calculations For COVID-19 Deaths

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President Trump speaks as he points to China on a chart showing death rates per 100,000 inhabitants during a coronavirus task force briefing on April 18. Belgium surged to the top of the chart because authorities are including all deaths that are even suspected of being caused by the virus, whether the deceased was tested or not. Al Drago/Reuters hide caption

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