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Leon Hakobian shows on his mobile phone a preliminary draft of a logo for a new Jewish grouping within Germany's far-right Alternative for Germany party, during the Jewish group's founding event on Oct. 7 in Wiesbaden, a city in Germany's western state of Hesse. Frank Rumpenhorst/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet The Jews Of The German Far Right

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President Trump speaks to reporters before boarding Air Force One in Elko, Nev., Saturday. He said the U.S. would withdraw from a nuclear arms treaty with Russia and accused Russia of violating it. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Thousands of migrants attempted to cross the border from Guatemala into Mexico this week. Many of the migrants have reportedly returned to their home countries of Honduras and Guatemala. Oliver de Ros/AP hide caption

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President Trump poses for a photo with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in March 2018. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: A President In Praise Of Strongmen And Dictators

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The European Union's highest court on Friday ordered Poland to reverse a law that removed nearly a third of the nation's Supreme Court judges, and to reinstate those who were dismissed. picture alliance via Getty Image hide caption

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Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi is shown at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in 2011. Khashoggi, who Saudi officials say died in their consulate in Istanbul, had a complicated relationship with Saudi Arabia's royal family. At various times in his career, he worked for the Saudi leadership, and at other times he was a critic. Virginia Mayo/AP hide caption

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Some 70,000 women in August gathered in central Seoul, holding signs saying, "My life is not your porn." It was the fourth protest this year condemning the prevalence of hidden-camera crimes. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Korean Women Fight Back Against Spy Cams In Public Bathrooms

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