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A man reads a copy of the satirical newspaper La Bougie du Sapeur (The Sapper's Candle), published every leap day, in a Parisian cafe on Feb. 29, 2008. The paper's tagline is "without reproach." Patrick Hertzog/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Leap Day Only, A Rare Newspaper Goes To Print

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Putin 101: Understanding Russia's 'Strongman'

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife, Carla Bruni Sarkozy, greet supporters during a campaign rally in Marseille, France, on Feb. 19. Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images hide caption

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Will France's First Lady Be Able To Seduce Voters?

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A Silk Road To A Greek Town's Recovery

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Protesters against government austerity measures march in front of the Finance Ministry in Lisbon, Portugal, earlier this month. The country's debt crisis has prompted Portuguese workers to look to their country's former colonies for jobs. Patricia de Melo Moreira/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Italian Cabinet Posts Finances, Website Crashes

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Portuguese Wary Of German Drive For Austerity

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Russians take part in a pro-Putin rally at a Moscow park on Feb. 4. Pro-Kremlin forces have been accused of paying people to attend campaign events ahead of the presidential election in March. Alexey Sazonov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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