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Newlyweds resting on the Pont des Arts in Paris last year. Any hope that the love locks that cling to the famous span over the Seine would last forever will be unromantically dashed by the city council, who plan to dismantle them Monday. Remy de la Mauviniere/AP hide caption

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Carlo Ratti of MIT designed this "supermarket of the future" exhibit. If you move a hand close to a product, a digital display lights up, providing information on origin, nutritional value and carbon footprint. Courtesy of COOP Italia hide caption

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At World's Fair In Italy, The Future Of Food Is On The Table

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Two men sit inside the chapel at Halden prison in far southeast Norway in this picture taken in 2010. Prisoners here spend 12 hours a day in their cells, compared to many U.S. prisons where inmates spend all but one hour in their cell. STR/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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In Norway, A Prison Built On Second Chances

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Fish for sale in the fish market in Fraserburgh, Scotland. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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Cod Comeback: How The North Sea Fishery Bounced Back From The Brink

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Striking French teachers hold a German flag as they take part in a nationwide protest against new measures aimed at revamping the country's school system, in Marseille, France, on May 19. France's 840,000 teachers are largely opposed to the reform, their unions say, fearing it will increase competition between schools and exacerbate inequalities. Jean-Paul Pelissier/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Does Less Latin Mean Dumbing Down? France Debates School Reform

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After Arrests, Calls For Soccer's Governing Body To Be Overhauled

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The FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. On Wednesday, Swiss police raided a Zurich hotel to detain top FIFA officials as part of a U.S. investigation into corruption. Philipp Schmidli/Getty Images hide caption

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Wedding Agency Offers Couples A Ride In Armored Personnel Carrier

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Officials Of Soccer's Governing Board Arrested On Corruption Charges

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Chechen Leader Is A Hero Or A Villain Depending On The Movie

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'Journey To Jihad' Tells Story Of Belgian Teenager Who Joined Islamic State

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Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi finished serving a tax fraud conviction in March. Luca Bruno/AP hide caption

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Italy's Berlusconi Discovers Social Media As A Campaign Tool

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A blind visitor to Spain's Prado Museum runs his fingers across a 3-D copy of the Mona Lisa, painted by an apprentice to Leonardo da Vinci. Ignacio Hernando Rodriguez/Courtesy of Prado Museum hide caption

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Do Touch The Artwork At Prado's Exhibit For The Blind

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