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Performers dressed as Pikachu, a character from Pokemon series, march during the Pikachu Outbreak event hosted by The Pokemon Co. on August 9, 2017 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images hide caption

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Rare Pokemon Oreos Are Selling For Thousands Of Dollars On eBay

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In this Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021 file photo, people take part in the Zurich Pride parade in Switzerland. Swiss voters will wrap up a referendum on Sept. 26, 2021, to decide whether to allow same-sex marriage. Michael Buholzer/AP hide caption

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This photo shows a scene after an Israeli army operation that left several Palestinian men killed, in the West Bank village of Beit Anan on Sept. 26, 2021. Multiple Palestinian gunmen were killed in shootouts with Israeli security forces during a West Bank arrest operation cracking down on Hamas, the Israeli military said. Nasser Nasser/AP hide caption

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Fifty barracks are available for accommodation in the Krnjaca asylum center in Serbia, just outside the capital Belgrade. Single men live in separate housing, while families stay together. For those who decide to return home, the International Organization for Migration offers a "voluntary return and reintegration" program in the camp. Elisa Oddone hide caption

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Weight lifting or other forms of strength training is a smart addition to your exercise routines. It helps stave off chronic illness and can help manage weight gain. gradyreese/Getty Images hide caption

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It seemed as if the 2005 album by Kenneth Kaunda, We Shall Fight HIV/AIDS, had vanished. But then ... it was found! Here's what could be the sole surviving copy, now being remastered for re-release this year. Allegra Alcoff hide caption

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They Found It! The Long-Lost Album By Zambia's President: 'We Shall Fight HIV/AIDS'

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Salman Khan Rashid, 24, right, and his mother, Sana Rashid, at home. Salman lost his job as a golf coach at a Mumbai sports club during the pandemic. The household, which includes Salman's three sisters, is now surviving on savings. But when he's able, he'll give a little money or food to others facing food insecurity. Viraj Nayar for NPR hide caption

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A JetBlue aircraft sits on the tarmac. The company is one of many commercial airlines to experience unruly passenger incidents over the past year. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The FBI's El Paso, Texas, office received a report of an assault of a female service member by male Afghan evacuees at a complex in New Mexico. Adria Malcolm/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Spinning on the hamster wheel allows Mr. Goxx to select a cryptocurrency to trade. Choosing one of two tunnels to run through allows him to buy or sell. YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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On Thursday, people in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, pass election posters of chancellor candidates Armin Laschet (from right) of the Christian Democratic Union, Annalena Baerbock of the Greens, Olaf Scholz of the Social Democratic Party and Christian Lindner of the Free Democratic Party. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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Germans Will Choose A New Government As Angela Merkel Steps Down As Chancellor

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