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Trump's Criticisms Of NATO Not Apparent As It Holds Largest War Games Since Cold War

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In England, Southampton Community Rallies To Help Bookstore Move Locations

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People pass books down a chain to help the bookstore October Books move to a new location on Sunday in Southampton, England. October Books hide caption

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How Do You Move A Bookstore? With A Human Chain, Book By Book

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A square near Lisbon's port, where ships once unloaded slaves. Beatriz Gomes Dias and Djass, her anti-racism association, want to erect a memorial to colonial slaves at the site. Jake Cigainero for NPR hide caption

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Black Portuguese Plan A Memorial To Honor Enslaved Ancestors

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People Gather To Watch Pumpkin Boat Set Sail

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel Announces She Won't Seek Another Term

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she is stepping down from leading her party, announcing her decision after the Christian Democratic Union's recent election struggles. Hannibal Hanschke/Reuters hide caption

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Germany's Angela Merkel Says She Won't Seek Re-Election, Will Leave Party Role

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U.S. Soldiers Nearly Drained Iceland Of Its Supply Of Beer

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More than a third of Riga's population is Russian; the rest are Latvian, Lithuanian, Belarusian, Polish and Ukrainian. Russian often serves as a linguistic common denominator in the Latvian capital. David Keyton/AP hide caption

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A New Law In Latvia Aims To Preserve National Language By Limiting Russian In Schools

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Putin Warns Of Nuclear Arms Race

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British police say a man tried to steal the Salisbury Cathedral's Magna Carta, one of four original documents that have survived. Here, a schoolboy looks at the Magna Carta in the cathedral's Chapter House. Kieran Doherty/Reuters hide caption

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Plastic garbage lying on the beach in Greece. The move would impose a complete ban on some single-use plastics across the European Union and a reduction on others, aiming to implement most measures by the mid-2020s. Milos Bicanski/Getty Images hide caption

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Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov is seen inside of the defendant's cage in a military courtroom on July 27, 2015. He is currently serving a 20-year sentence. Sergey Venyavsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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