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Sergey Naryshkin speaks during the European Social Charter Conference in March 2016 in Turin, Italy, prior to his appointment to head Russia's SVR foreign intelligence service. Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images hide caption

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Typist and sometimes sex worker Lotte (Liv Lisa Fries) aspires to become a police detective in Babylon Berlin. Frederic Batier/X Filme Creative Pool hide caption

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Germany's 'Babylon Berlin' Crime Series Is Like 'Cabaret' On Cocaine

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, seen here during a campaign meeting with supporters on Tuesday, compared the U.S. list to a dog barking at a caravan. Grigory Dukor/Reuters hide caption

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U.S. Releases 'Oligarchs List' And Opts Against New Sanctions On Russia

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German Automakers Tested Emissions On Live Subjects

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White House Decides Not To Impose New Sanctions On Russia

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Britain must accept all EU laws during a post-Brexit transition period, including those made after it leaves, says European Union Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier, under rules issued to him by the other European Union countries. John Thys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the 2017 Frankfurt Auto Show. Revelations about emissions experiments on humans and monkeys, paid for by German automakers, have drawn global outrage from politicians, animal rights activists and environmentalists. Michael Probst/AP hide caption

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Russia's Paralympic athletes who compete in South Korea will do so under a neutral flag, part of the team's punishment for doping infractions. Here, Russian athletes are seen in the closing ceremony of the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, where the Russian team dominated. Alexander Demianchuk/Reuters hide caption

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Israel Calls Out Poland On Proposed Holocaust Law

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Putin Critic Arrested In Presidential Election Boycott Protests

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