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White Helmet Khaled Omar Harrah was killed during an airstrike in 2016. He's part of a group of volunteer rescue workers featured in the documentary Last Men in Aleppo (available on Netflix). Courtesy of Grasshopper Film hide caption

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Director Of Oscar-Nominated Aleppo Doc Wants His Film To Serve As Witness

Feras Fayyad's Last Men In Aleppo goes inside the Syrian city at a time when it was being reduced to rubble by government bombings.

Rick Gates, business partner of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, pleaded guilty on Friday to two charges and will begin cooperating with federal prosecutors. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Rick Gates Pleads Guilty And Begins Cooperating With Mueller's Russia Investigation

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Hustle On Evidence
Thelonius Thelonious Monk
Lilla Kulturbidragsvalsen Vasen
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Standingwith French Culture Minister Françoise Nyssen, Christopher Bromberg and Henrietta Schubert, grandchildren of Henry and Hertha Bromberg, view Flemish painter Joachim Patinir's Triptych of the Crucifixion, which was returned to them Monday by the French state. Didier Plowy/Ministère de la Culture hide caption

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France Hopes Exhibit Of Nazi-Stolen Art Can Aid Stalled Search For Owners

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Give It to Me Homeshake
Path Zoe Keating

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Director Of Oscar-Nominated Aleppo Doc Wants His Film To Serve As Witness

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From Here Adib Sin
Riding Bicycles Through The Muddy Streets Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet
Heirloom Apollo Brown
Lying in the Sun Lera Lynn
Great Unknown Jukebox the Ghost
Dérive Surya
Sa Mo Jung TOKiMONSTA

Speedskaters Elise Christie of Great Britain gets by Kim Boutin of Canada and Andrea Keszler of Hungary as they fall during the Ladies' 500m quarterfinal on Feb. 13. "If the pass is gonna be close or tight," says U.S. speedskater J.R. Celski, "we usually say 'bombs,' like 'Uh-oh, something's gonna blow up!' So it's like an explosion. It most likely means people are falling." Richard Heathcote/Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Bonk' To 'Bombs' And 'Fly Swat': A Guide To Olympic Slang

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