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Bosnian viewers watch as Slobodan Praljak brings a small glass of liquid to his lips at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on Wednesday. Praljak, who had just had his 20-year sentence for war crimes upheld, ingested the liquid and declared "I have just drunk poison." He died just hours later. Amel Emric/AP hide caption

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A woman farmer makes hay bales in Kashmir, India. In India, women comprise about a third of the agricultural labor in developing countries. NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Working Moms Have Been A 'Thing' Since Ancient History

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British Politicians Criticize Trump For Muslim Retweet

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A museum worker carries a 19th century painting by Polish artist Robert Sliwinski during a ceremony Wednesday in Warsaw, Poland. The work was looted by the Nazis during World War II and recently recovered in the U.S. by the FBI. Alik Keplicz/AP hide caption

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War Criminal Dies After Drinking 'Poison' In Court

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U.K. Political Leaders Outraged After Trump Retweets Anti-Muslim Videos

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Residents of Salzigitter shop at the local mall. Officials say their community and its resources are being overwhelmed by refugees, most of them from Syria. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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Slobodan Praljak enters the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands, on Wednesday. The hearing was suspended after Praljak drank what he said was poison. He died hours later. Robin van Lonkhuijsen/AP hide caption

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A tractor spreads chemicals on a field near Prenzlau, Germany, in 2016. Germany ended a stalemate among member states of the European Union, approving an extension of the herbicide glyphosate, which is widely used in large-scale farming. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Accomplished Actress And Humanitarian Meghan Markle To Marry Prince Harry

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A woman reads a sign that says, "Due to a shortage of the raw material to make butter, we are not able to supply and sell you this product," attached to an empty refrigerated supermarket shelf in western France. Loic Venance/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sacré Beurre: France Faces A Butter Shortage

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Cars cross the fluid border between Ireland and Northern Ireland in Donegal, Ireland, on June 25, 2016. The result of Britain's referendum vote to leave the European Union has ignited a debate over whether the border will need to establish customs checks and tariffs. Paul Faith /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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