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Moscow Sees Only 6 Minutes Of Sunlight During All Of December

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A grande Cafe Nero, large Costa Coffee and venti-sized Starbucks to-go cups sold in London. The U.K. Parliament is considering a tax on disposable cups in an effort to cut down on waste. Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images hide caption

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U.K. Minister for Sport and Civil Society Tracey Crouch talks to a woman during a visit to Norwich, England, in 2015. Crouch has been selected to be the U.K. minister for loneliness. Stephen Pond/Getty Images for Sport England hide caption

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Klingon Tourist Center Opens Next Month In Stockholm

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Peter Madsen, seen in August after he was rescued from his private submarine. The Danish inventor set out on his brief voyage with Swedish journalist Kim Wall but did not return with her. Now, he has been formally charged with her murder. Bax Lindhardt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Catherine Deneuve apologized to victims after an open letter she co-signed sparked accusations that she was defending those guilty of sexual assault. Arthur Mola/Arthur Mola/Invision/AP hide caption

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Catherine Deneuve Apologizes To Victims Of Sexual Violence For Letter About #MeToo

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Station F, a massive startup incubator in Paris, gathers a whole entrepreneurial ecosystem under one roof. Bertrand Guay/Pool Photo via AP hide caption

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Wave Of Capitalist Optimism Sweeps Across Paris

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Where The Russia Investigation Stands

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Beyond ingredients and recipes, Guinness has used aggressive exporting and clever marketing to become a global brand. Jirka Matousek/Flickr hide caption

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Behind The Genius Of Guinness, Ireland's Most Popular Tourist Attraction

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Czech President Milos Zeman speaks in Prague after polling stations closed for the Czech Republic's presidential election Saturday. He finished first but will have to face a challenger in a runoff. Matej Stransky/Pool/Reuters hide caption

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For refugees in Austria who choose to voluntarily go back to their countries of origin, a one-way trip to the Vienna International Airport marks the end of their journey in Europe. Hans Punz/AP hide caption

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A New Approach To Refugees: Pay Them To Go Home

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U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands Pete Hoekstra spoke at a tense news conference with Dutch reporters Wednesday at The Hague. On Friday, he said his 2015 anti-Muslim comments were "wrong." Robin Van Lonkhuijsen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A model of President Trump from the Madame Tussauds waxwork museum was brought Friday to the new U.S. Embassy in London's Wandsworth borough. "Trump cancelled his visit so we stepped in!" Madame Tussauds tweeted. Leon Neal/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump 'Wrong' To Call London Embassy Area An 'Off Location,' Residents Say

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How The U.K. Is Reacting To Trump Canceling His Trip To London

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