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A man holds a candle during a vigil on Tuesday for the victims of a fire at an immigration detention center that killed dozens, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Video footage from inside the facility appears to show officials walking away from men trapped inside a cell as flames roared around them. Christian Chavez/AP hide caption

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Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro greets supporters from a window at the Liberal Party headquarters in Brasília on Thursday after arriving back in Brazil on a commercial flight from Orlando, Fla. Evaristo Sa/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Former President Bolsonaro returns to Brazil after three months in Florida

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Activists post signs Wednesday as they protest outside a migration detention center in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a day after dozens of migrants died as a result of the fire. Christian Chavez/AP hide caption

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Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich is escorted by Russian officers from the Lefortovsky court to a bus, in Moscow, Thursday. Russia's Federal Security Service said its agents detained Gershkovich in the Ural Mountains city of Yekaterinburg, accusing him of trying to obtain classified information. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen leaves a hotel in New York, Wednesday, March 29, 2023. Yuki Iwamura/AP hide caption

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Taiwan's president arrives in the U.S. amid warnings from China

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Electric cars charge at a hub in downtown Milan on March 23. Starting in 2035, all cars sold in the European Union will be zero-emission vehicles. Gabriel Bouys/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Soldiers spend time swimming in the pool during the course. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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A rehab center revives traumatized Ukrainian troops before their return to battle

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In this photo provided by the Philippine Coast Guard, a Philippine Coast Guard ship trains its hose as it tries to extinguish fire on the MV Lady Mary Joy at Basilan, southern Philippines early Thursday March 30, 2023. AP hide caption

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Yang Bing-Yi started the Din Tai Fung restaurant with his wife in Taipei in 1972. From there, the restaurant grew into a chain of more than 170 locations around the world, known for steamed soup dumplings. Courtesy of Yang family hide caption

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Yang Bing-Yi, patriarch of Taiwan's soup dumpling empire, has died

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (left) and then-Vice President Biden talk prior to a meeting on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 21, 2016. President Biden spoke Sunday, with Netanyahu to "express concern" over his government's planned judicial overhaul that has sparked widespread protests across Israel and to encourage compromise. Michel Euler/AP hide caption

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Tourists take photos in front of Michelangelo's David in the Accademia Gallery in Florence, Italy, on Tuesday. The Florence museum and the city's mayor are inviting parents and students from the Florida charter school to visit and see Michelangelo's sculpture in person. Alessandra Tarantino/AP hide caption

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What we know about the deadly fire at a migrant processing center in Ciudad Juárez

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Vice President Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff listen to a guide as they tour Ghana's Cape Coast slave castle, a prison and embarkation point for slaves en route to the Americas. Misper Apawu/AP hide caption

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Protesters march with flares during a demonstration in Marseille, southern France, on Tuesday. France's government is unfurling massively ramped-up security measures for a fresh blast of marches and strikes against unpopular pension reforms. Daniel Cole/AP hide caption

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Former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert attends a demonstration against the Israeli government's controversial judicial overhaul bill in Tel Aviv on March 1. Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Israel's former leader says Netanyahu should either reform his coalition or resign

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President Joe Biden speaks alongside Secretary of State Antony Blinken during a Summit for Democracy virtual plenary from the White House campus on Wednesday. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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The Biden administration puts the state of global democracy back in the spotlight

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