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The speed limit in Acquetico, a village in Northern Italy, is 50 kph, or 31 mph. Drivers have been clocked passing through the village at more than double that speed. Andreas Gebert/Getty Images hide caption

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An image shows the paintings stolen from the Netherlands' Kunsthal museum in 2012 — including Picasso's Tête d'Arlequin at bottom right. Two Dutch citizens claim to have found the missing Picasso work, Romanian prosecutors said on Sunday. Daniel Mihailescu/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's What You Need To Know About Brexit After A Tumultuous Week In The U.K.

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Protesters gathered Wednesday in Dublin to denounce the Irish legal system's treatment of women who said they had been sexually assaulted. Niall Carson/PA Images via Getty Images hide caption

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British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves No. 10 Downing St. for the Houses of Parliament on Thursday. Her speech there defending the tentative Brexit deal did little to calm critics — either among her political rivals or within her own party. Tim Ireland/AP hide caption

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People who are sensitive to the bitterness of caffeine tend to drink more coffee than others, while people sensitive to bitter flavors like quinine drink less coffee, according to a new study. Dimitri Otis/Getty Images hide caption

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British Prime Minister Theresa May faces the difficult task of persuading skeptical Brits to get on board with a tentative agreement with European Union negotiators. Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In this 1933 photo released by Alexander Historical Auctions, Adolf Hitler embraces Rosa Bernile Nienau at his mountainside Bavarian retreat in Germany. The photograph is inscribed by Hitler himself in dark blue ink. Heinrich Hoffmann/AP hide caption

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Gert Berliner's Swedish ID card with which he eventually entered the U.S. in 1947. He lived in Berlin until he was 14 years old. Gert escaped the Nazi death camps because his parents got him on a children's transport to Sweden in 1939. Jacobia Dahm for NPR hide caption

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Gert Berliner packed this toy monkey in a suitcase when he fled for his life nearly 80 years ago. It's now part of the collection at the Jewish Museum Berlin. Jacobia Dahm for NPR hide caption

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A Toy Monkey That Escaped Nazi Germany And Reunited A Family

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Pro-European Union protesters demonstrate against Brexit outside the House of Parliament on Tuesday in London, as Prime Minister Theresa May was reaching an agreement with the EU. Jack Taylor/Getty Images hide caption

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U.K. And EU Finally Agree On Brexit Text, But It's Already Getting Slammed

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Demonstrators gather Tuesday to protest Brexit outside Parliament in London. They wave the Union Jack and the flag of the European Union. Jack Taylor/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron speak inside the Élysée Palace in Paris on Saturday. Trump is joining other global leaders to mark the end of World War I a century ago. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Greek Orthodox priests, seen during a rally in Athens earlier this year. On Tuesday Greek Orthodox Archbishop Ieronymos agreed with the prime minister to remove roughly 10,000 priests and staff from the state payroll. Yorgos Karahalis/AP hide caption

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A gap now exists where two buildings collapsed on Monday morning in Marseille, France. A third building was damaged and also torn down. Emin Akyel/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Defendant Johann Rehbogen, a 94-year-old former SS guard, appears at the regional court in Münster, Germany, on Tuesday. Guido Kirchner/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An exterior view of the new addition to the Tate Modern gallery in London in 2016. A handful of apartment owners are suing the museum, arguing it has created a state of "near constant surveillance" since opening a 10th floor terrace. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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