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Soldiers of Poland, Britain, the United States and Romania take part in military exercises at the military training ground in Bemowo Piskie, Poland, on Nov. 18, 2021. Janek Skarzynski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., chairperson of the House panel investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol insurrection, testifies before the House Rules Committee in December. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's fugitive operations team makes an arrest at a home in Paramount, Calif., on March 1, 2020. Lucy Nicholson/Reuters hide caption

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Biden's limits on ICE offered hope. But immigrant advocates say he's broken promises

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A train is ready on the station during the handover ceremony of the high-speed rail project in Vientiane, Laos, connecting the city with Kunming, China, on Dec. 3, 2021. Phoonsab Thevongsa/Reuters hide caption

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With U.S. focused on defense, China's trade and infrastructure sweep Southeast Asia

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A pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Now, a nonprofit group said it has raised around $900,000 for the alleged rioters, but some of their families are raising questions about how the money is being spent. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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Experts see 'red flags' at nonprofit raising big money for Capitol riot defendants

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Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker talks to reporters following a special service arranged days after a 44-year-old British national held the rabbi and three others hostage inside the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, TX. Emil Lippe/Getty Images hide caption

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'We can't live in fear': Texas rabbi held hostage says he'd give a stranger tea again

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Israeli police have used spyware from controversial Israeli company NSO Group to hack the cell phones of Israeli citizens without judicial oversight, according to an Israeli newspaper. Joel Saget/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, attends a meeting of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea. AP File Photo hide caption

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In this satellite image provided by Planet Labs PBC, smoke rises over an Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. fuel depot in the Mussafah neighborhood of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. Planet Labs PBC/AP hide caption

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This photo provided by the North Korean government shows what it says a test launch of a hypersonic missile on Jan. 11. Korean Central News Agency/AP hide caption

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In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends a meeting of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea in December. AP hide caption

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Albuquerque Public Schools superintendent Scott Elder poses outside of Highland High School. Albuquerque Public Schools says classes will be canceled Friday for a second day after a cyberattack. Cedar Attanasio/AP hide caption

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Russian soldiers take part in drills at the Kadamovskiy firing range near the Russia-Ukraine border. AP hide caption

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U.S. is 'fully prepared' if Russia invades Ukraine, secretary of state says

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This photo provided by the North Korean government shows what it says a test launch of a hypersonic missile on Tuesday in North Korea. Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service/AP hide caption

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