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President Trump says the U.S. will remain a "steadfast partner" of Saudi Arabia, despite the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last month. Khashoggi is seen here on a big screen during a memorial Nov. 11.
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The rescue ship Aquarius, chartered by aid groups SOS Mediterranee and Doctors Without Borders, leaves the harbor of Marseille, France, on Aug. 1. The ship has been docked at Marseille since September, when it lost its registration, and Italian authorities are demanding its seizure.
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A statue of former President Ronald Reagan in front of a home on Orange County's Balboa Island on Oct. 20, 2018. Reagan's political career and the Republican Party of the 1970s and 80s was long-associated with Orange County but the party was swept out of power there in this year's midterm elections.
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Mourners pray for the victims of the Camp Fire during a vigil Sunday in Chico, Calif. The wildfire killed dozens of people and effectively wiped the entire town of Paradise off the map.
Cyril Pahinui, photographed before the start of a live concert featuring musicians who contributed to the film The Descendants on April 14, 2012 in Honolulu.
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Former Cleveland Judge Lance Mason served nine months in prison for the 2014 assault of his wife and was hired by the Cleveland mayor's office after his release.
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Volunteers look at ballots during a hand recount in Palm Beach, Florida. The recount decided the election in favor of the Republican candidates for Senate and governor but election experts warn that similar problems could crop up again in 2020 if the state doesn't address them immediately.
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Democrat Stacey Abrams isn't backing down from her fight against what she calls voter suppression tactics and election mismanagement after losing the Georgia governor's race.
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