Jeneyah and Earl McDonald sit with their sons Josiah (left), and Justice at their home in Flint, Mich. Jeneyah says she and her husband "don't see a future" in Flint and are considering moving.
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Members of the Refugee Olympic Team have their picture taken with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi and UNHCR staff inside the Olympic Village. For the first time in Olympic history, the International Olympic Committee has created a team comprised of refugees competing as the Refugee Olympic Team.
Najla cooks for Syria Day at Global Grace Café at the Reformed Church of Highland Park in New Jersey. Najla is from Syria and arrived in the U.S. 10 months ago with her husband and daughter after the United Arab Emirates canceled a residency permit, ending her job at an insurance company.
Du Daozheng browses his copy of The Annals of the Chinese Nation, or Yanhuang Chunqiu, in July at his home in Beijing. The 93-year old publisher, a stalwart of the Communist Party's embattled liberal wing, announced publication of the magazine would end after government officials ordered a leadership reshuffle and seized its offices.
Gold medalists, left to right, Katie Ledecky, Allison Schmitt, Leah Smith and Maya DiRado of the United States pose on the podium during the medal ceremony for the women's 4 x 200 meter freestyle relay final Wednesday.
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