International : The Two-Way The world is full of fascinating stories and The Two-Way tells them. Drawing from NPR correspondents around the world and other news outlets and websites, we look for the best reports. We collect the highlights to give readers a window on the world.

FIFA accuses ticket reseller Viagogo of unfair competition and "opaque and deceptive business conduct." Here, the view from seats inside the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, where the 2018 World Cup will kick off on June 14. Ivan Sekretarev/AP hide caption

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A man works in a steel distribution factory in Monterrey in northern Mexico last week, when the U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum took effect. Julio Cesar Aguilar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People flee El Rodeo village, less than 30 miles from the capital, Guatemala City, after the eruption of the Fuego volcano on Sunday. Noe Perez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Everything Is A Disaster': Guatemala's Fuego Volcano Erupts, Killing At Least 69

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Vogue Arabia's June cover stirred controversy by featuring Princess Hayfa bint Abdullah Al Saud in a car, while activists who fought to lift the ban on female drivers in Saudi Arabia remain in custody. Boo George for Vogue Arabia/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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The EU will take its complaint over new U.S. tariffs to the World Trade Organization, according to Cecilia Malmström, the European commissioner for trade. Malmström spoke at a news conference Friday in Brussels. Dario Pignatelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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At a news conference on Thursday in Kiev, Arkady Babchenko answered critics of his staged death. Authorities had announced that he had been fatally shot at his home on Tuesday. Genya Savilov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Women wearing the niqab sit in the audience at the Danish Parliament in Copenhagen on Thursday, as a bill that bans face coverings in public passes by a majority vote. Mads Claus Rasmussen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bill Browder, a former Moscow financier turned anti-Kremlin activist, prepares to speak with European officials about the Magnitsky Act last week in The Hague. Robin Van Lonkhuijsen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko, who Kiev police said Tuesday had been killed, showed up alive at a press conference Wednesday. His death was faked as part of a sting operation by the Ukrainian Security Service. Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A restorer works on the mold of a horse in the ruins of a Roman villa recently found by Italian carabinieri (police) during an investigation into tunnels dug by thieves in Civita Giuliana, next to the archaeological site of Pompeii. Carlo Hermann/Kontrolab/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Demonstrators gather in Dublin on Saturday, awaiting the final results of Ireland's referendum on abortion. Ultimately, Irish voters backed repeal of the ban — but, as evidenced by their signs, those in favor of repeal were already thinking of what may happen next in Northern Ireland. Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Jerash is famous for its well-preserved Greco-Roman columns, seen here on the ancient Jordanian city's main street. Nasser Nasser/AP hide caption

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Scientists Use Lasers To Map An Ancient City In Jordan

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Oil tanks stand near the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion site in Burnaby, British Columbia, in April. The Canadian government bought the project in an effort to ensure it goes forward as the summer construction season nears. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Long, crowded lines extend from a gas station Monday in Rio de Janeiro. For more than a week, a massive truckers' strike has paralyzed fuel and food deliveries across Brazil. Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kim Yong Chol, vice chairman of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party Central Committee, arrives at the Korea-transit office near the Demilitarized Zone dividing the two Koreas in February. President Trump confirmed Tuesday that Kim is headed to New York discuss a possible summit with Kim Jong Un. Korea Pool/Newsis via AP hide caption

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High-Ranking North Korean Official Is Traveling To New York

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The main entrance to Salisbury District Hospital as Yulia Skripal is discharged from the hospital on April 10, 2018 in Salisbury, England. Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Skripal were attacked with nerve agent Novichok in Salisbury on March 4. Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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French President Emmanuel Macron speaks with Mamoudou Gassama at the presidential palace in Paris, on Monday. Macron offered Gassama citizenship for his "heroic act" in saving a four-year-old. Thibault Camus/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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