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Will Russia Allow Street Protests To Continue In Moscow Or Is A Crackdown Coming?

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Brexiteers Back Johnson Who Says U.K. Will Leave The EU By Oct. 31

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Alexei Navalny, one of Russia's most prominent opposition figures, appears in a Moscow courtroom on July 24. A longtime critic of President Vladimir Putin, he was recently arrested after calling for a mass protest against the exclusion of opposition candidates from Moscow's city council election. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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Ursula von der Leyen, then Germany's defense minister, reads in 2014 with 1st Lt. Patrick Schumitz and his son, Oskar, during a nursery opening at the University of the Federal Armed Forces, Munich. During a previous stint running Germany's family ministry, von der Leyen, a mother of seven, instituted new child care and parental leave policies. Christoph Stache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Few German Mothers Go Back To Work Full Time. These Are The Challenges They Face

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Boris Johnson's Pledge To Pull Out Of EU Has Renewed Calls For Independence In Scotland

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Thousands Of Protesters Arrested In Russia For Demanding Fair Local Elections

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The Stalingrad Connection community radio station was named for the Paris metro stop where migrants camped out back in 2016. Above, migrants are shown during an evacuation outside the Stalingrad station on Nov. 4, 2016. Joel Saget/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Paris, This Refugee Radio Station Is A Lifeline — In 5 Different Languages

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The Latest From This Year's Tour De France

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How The Death Of Activist Yelena Grigoryeva Is Affecting The Russian LGBTQ Community

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Rescued migrants sit on the coast of Khoms, some 100 kilometres (60 miles) from the Libyan capital Tripoli, on July 26, 2019. About 145 migrants were rescued by the Libyan coastguard, and survivors had reported that about 150 people remained missing. -/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Look At How British Prime Minister Boris Johnson May Handle The Irish Border

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