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Members of the Burmese-American community hold a demonstration outside the Office of the Consulate General of Myanmar in Los Angeles in April. Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times via Getty Imag hide caption

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Demonstrators hold signs that read in Portuguese: "Impeachment now! Bolsonaro in prison" during a protest against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Saturday. Marcelo Chello/AP hide caption

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Afghan Interpreters Who Await Visas After Helping The U.S. Now Fear For Their Lives

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People enjoy the May sunshine from the cafe terraces of Brussels' Grand Place. On Friday, European Union added the United States to the list of countries whose citizens and residents should be allowed to travel freely within the bloc. Francois Walcshaerts/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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EU Opens The Door To American Travelers. But Be Sure To Read The Fine Print

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In this photo provided by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, speaks during a Workers' Party meeting Thursday in Pyongyang. Kim ordered his government to be fully prepared for confrontation with the Biden administration, state media reported Friday, days after the U.S. and other major powers urged the North to abandon its nuclear program and return to talks. 朝鮮通信社/AP hide caption

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Palestinian Batoul Shamsa, 10, cries during the funeral of her brother Ahmad Shamsa, 15, in the West Bank village of Beta, near Nablus on Thursday. The Palestinian health ministry said that Shamsa who was shot by Israeli troops in the West Bank a day earlier died of his injuries. Nasser Nasser/AP hide caption

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At their summit in Geneva on Wednesday, President Biden told Russian leader Vladimir Putin that the U.S. would strike back if it keeps getting hit with cyberattacks. "Responsible countries need to take action against criminals who conduct ransomware activities on their territory," Biden said. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Biden Tells Putin To Crack Down On Ransomware. What Are The Odds He Will?

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Annemiek Van Vleuten, left, and Anna Van Der Breggen are among the elite cyclists who are expected to race in next summer's Tour de France Femmes, a one-week race for women. Luc Claessen/Getty Images hide caption

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A supporter of presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi shows her hand with writing in Persian that reads "Raisi," during a rally in Tehran, Iran, Wednesday. He is the country's hard-line judiciary chief and is closely aligned with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Ebrahim Noroozi/AP hide caption

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WISA Woodsat, seen in an artist's rendering, is billed as the world's first wooden satellite. It's set to be launched from New Zealand before the end of the year. Arctic Astronautics/ESA hide caption

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Former Zambian president, Kenneth Kaunda, attends the inauguration ceremony of the Patriotic Front's Edgar Lungu, in Lusaka. The country's first president, Kaunda, 97, was admitted to hospital on June 14, 2021, as the southern African country battles a surge in COVID-19. Moses Mwape/AP hide caption

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A general view of the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan in 2013. The embassy is facing a coronavirus outbreak, according to the State Department. Ahmad Nazar/AP hide caption

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British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee is selling the source code for the World Wide Web as an NFT. Here, Berners-Lee delivers a speech during an event at the CERN in Meyrin near Geneva, Switzerland. Fabrice Coffrini/AP hide caption

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