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As Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip was the longest-serving consort in British history. In 2015, he attended the Queen's Speech in the House of Lords at the Palace of Westminster. Alastair Grant/WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Great Britain's Prince Philip Dies At Age 99

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Some ancient statues on Easter Island wear multi-ton stone "hats" known as pukao. A team of researchers say that a technique called parbuckling was most likely used to move the hats into place. Carl Lipo hide caption

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A member of the Syrian Democratic Forces, the rebel group backed by the U.S.-led coalition, looks out upon the ruins of Raqqa last October, toward the end of the coalition's campaign to dislodge the Islamic State from its former stronghold. Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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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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