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A man and a boy walk at a site hit by a Saudi-led air strike in Yemen's capital Sanaa on July 3. More than a million civilians have been displaced in recent fighting. Khaled Abdullah/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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In Yemen, Agony Continues As Civilians 'Bear The Brunt'

An Amnesty International researcher provides a rare glimpse of life in Yemen, which the U.N. says is in the grip of a "massive humanitarian crisis." Will a new ceasefire help bring relief?

The economic crisis in Greece has divided the country. Here, a pro-euro demonstrator shouts slogans as he holds a European Union flag in front of the Greek Parliament during a rally in Athens on Thursday. Petros Karadjias/AP hide caption

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Their Country In Turmoil, Some Greeks Now Lash Out At Each Other

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Gray Barrett (right) took this selfie with Rand Paul in Washington, D.C., this summer. "Though I'm not a Rand Paul supporter, I couldn't pass up this opportunity!" he said. Courtesy Gray Barrett hide caption

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Courtesy Gray Barrett

How To Take A Picture-Perfect Presidential Candidate Selfie

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A bumblebee collects pollen from a flower. New evidence suggests climate change has left bumblebees with a shrinking range of places to live. Yuri Kadobnovy/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Buzz Kill For Bumblebees: Climate Change Is Shrinking Their Range

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A man and a boy walk at a site hit by a Saudi-led air strike in Yemen's capital Sanaa on July 3. More than a million civilians have been displaced in recent fighting. Khaled Abdullah/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Khaled Abdullah/Reuters/Landov

In Yemen, Agony Continues As Civilians 'Bear The Brunt'

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