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Europe's Refugee Crisis Pales In Comparison To World War II Aftermath

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Brussels Cancels New Year's Celebrations Amid Security Threat

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Refugees In Sweden Say Shelter Is Haunted By Ghosts

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A Belgian soldier patrols Brussels' Grand Place after police say they disrupted a plot to attack during New Year's Eve celebrations in Belgium. Francois Lenoir/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Mastermind In Russian Opposition Leader's Death Still At Large, Prosecutors Say

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Britain's National Archives Releases Thatcher's Secret Cabinet Papers

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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (from left), Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping and South African President Jacob Zuma pose for a photo during the BRICS Summit in Ufa, Russia, in July. RIA Novosti via AP hide caption

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Highflying 'Emerging Markets' Had Their Wings Clipped In 2015

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Geneticists found clues to a disease of iron storage in the remains of several Bronze Age inhabitants of what's now Rathlin Island in Northern Ireland. Chrisgel Ryan Cruz/Flickr hide caption

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War Crime Investigations Among France's Release Of Vichy Documents

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