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He's not welcome in Vendargues. The French town has banned people from dressing up as clowns for the next month following violent incidents across the country. Hannibal Hanschke/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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A farmer protesting falling prices dumps cauliflower in front of the prefecture building of Saint-Brieuc in northwestern France as police look on Sept. 24. Fred Tanneau/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Deflation Is Such A Big Worry For Europe

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Domitilia, 57, is a diabetic patient in the Dominican Republic who contracted tuberculosis. She's now cured of TB after two years of treatment. Javier Galeano/The Union hide caption

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Nearly 20 companies have filed antitrust complaints against Google in Europe since 2009. Francois Lenoir/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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EU's New Competition Chief Could Shake Up Google Antitrust Case

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Thousands participants march accross the Elisabeth bridge during an anti-government rally against the government's plan to tax Internet usage. Attila Kisbenedek /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Court Tells 'Naked Rambler' There Are Other Forms Of Expression

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In England's Churches, Boom In New Recruits Changes Nature Of The Clergy

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Author Mimi Thorisson and her husband, photographer Oddur Thorisson, moved their six children and dogs from a Parisian apartment to a farmhouse in the M├ędoc region of France. Oddur Thorisson hide caption

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A Ukrainian government forces member, who takes part in a military operation eastern regions of Ukraine, reads candidate information sheets during a parliamentary election at a polling station in Novoaidar near Luhansk, on Sunday. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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