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U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres makes a speech during the 76th session of United Nations General Assembly, in New York, United States on Tuesday. Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley speaks during a briefing with Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin in September at the Pentagon in Washington. The top U.S. military officer met with his Russian counterpart Wednesday Sept. 22, 2021 in Helsinki, Finland. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro pulls off his protective face mask to address the 76th session of the U.N. General Assembly at United Nations headquarters in New York on Tuesday. Eduardo Munoz/AP hide caption

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Lorde performs at a late show on August 23, 2021. CBS via Getty Images hide caption

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What Lorde's Te Reo Maori Songs Mean For The Effort To Revive The Language

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Protesters march through Melbourne, Australia, on Tuesday over recently announced COVID-19 vaccine requirements for construction workers. Construction sites have been shut down for two weeks due to protests and rising COVID-19 cases. Asanka Ratnayake/Getty Images hide caption

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V (from left), Suga and Jin of BTS at the launch of the U.N. General Assembly's 76th session on Monday. The popular boy band from South Korea sang (in a video performance viewed online by more than 1 million) and spoke. John Angelillo/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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This combination of two undated photos released by Guinness World Records show sisters Umeno Sumiyama, left, and Koume Kodama at separate nursing homes in Shodoshima island, left, and Oita prefecture, Japan. Guinness World Records/AP hide caption

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Johnson & Johnson shared data from the Phase 3 trial of its booster shot on Tuesday indicating a booster shot at six months provided a 12-fold increase in antibodies. Eva Marie Uzctegui/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Different types of potatoes seed are seen displayed in "Parque de la Papa" or Potato Park, in Pisac, Peru. One hundred and fifty type of tubers from the Sacred Valley highlands are native to Peru. Martin Mejia/AP hide caption

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Destruction following regime air strikes on the town market in Zamalka, on the outskirts of the Syrian capital Damascus. March 22, 2018 Amer Almohibany/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Germany Is Holding Syrian Officials Accountable For Alleged War Crimes

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