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France Suffers In Historic Heatwave

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Controlled explosions demolish the remaining pylons of the Morandi bridge, almost one year after a section of the viaduct collapsed, killing 43 people in Genoa, Italy. Massimo Pinca/Reuters hide caption

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U.S. Women's World Cup Supporters Become A Sensation Of Their Own In France

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Iran To Exceed Uranium Enrichment Limits. Should U.K. Leave Nuclear Deal?

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Scotts Fish And Chips Of York To Open Replica In China

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English Woman Checks Off Be Arrested On Her Bucket List

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The Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France, has voted to restore Russia's voting rights. They were suspended after Russia seized Crimea five years ago. Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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World Cup: U.S. Beats Spain 2-1 To Face France In Quarterfinals

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A man adjusts his clock during daylight saving time. The Norwegian island of Sommaroy, which sits north of the Arctic Circle, enjoys unending sunlight from May 18 to July 26, and its residents argue that time is meaningless there. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet The Residents Of A Norwegian Island Who Want To Kill Time — Literally

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Journalists surround Ángel Boza, one of five members of the "Wolf Pack," on Friday. Spain's Supreme Court found the five men guilty of gang rape, overturning previous convictions on the lesser offense of sexual abuse in a case that shook the country. Arno Rosales/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sunken WWI German Battleships Are For Sale On eBay

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