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Passengers walk in the new hall of Istanbul Airport on the first day after moving from Ataturk International airport on April 6, 2019, in Istanbul. Many Russian men (not pictured) have been buying up tickets for Turkey since their government issued a draft to fight in Ukraine. Ozan Kose/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Russian men flee the country. Many are showing up in Istanbul

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Digital creator Kyana Sue Powers says residents of Vestmannaeyjar treat puffling season as a regular part of life. "It's just what you do, it's as normal to do as recycling cans," she told NPR. Kyana Sue Powers hide caption

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The Library of Congress has acquired the life's work of radio producer Jim Metzner, who has spent decades traveling the world to capture rich soundscapes. While he's honored that they will be archived, he says he wants to make sure people actually listen to them. Library of Congress hide caption

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He spent decades recording soundscapes. Now they're going to the Library of Congress

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Pro-government demonstrators attend a rally condemning recent anti-government protests over the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who had been detained by the nation's morality police in Tehran earlier this month. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Residents pass by a flooded road from Typhoon Noru in San Miguel town, Bulacan province, Philippines. Typhoon Noru blew out of the northern Philippines on Monday, leaving some people dead, causing floods and power outages and forcing officials to suspend classes and government work in the capital and outlying provinces. Aaron Favila/AP hide caption

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Roger Waters performs on July 26 in Chicago. Polish media are reporting that Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has canceled concerts planned in Poland amid outrage over his stance on Russia's war against Ukraine. Rob Grabowski/Invision/AP hide caption

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A downed tree from Post-Tropical Storm Fiona sits in the front yard of a home on Sept. 24 in Irish Cove, Nova Scotia on Cape Breton Island in Canada. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Canada's Atlantic provinces begin to recover from historic damage caused by Fiona

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Residents of the Tondo district in Manila carry their children as they evacuate to safer grounds on Sunday before Typhoon Noru arrives in the Philippines. Aaron Favila/AP hide caption

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Boxes of dates are auctioned off by the tens of kilos at the Buraydah Date Festival in Buraydah, Saudi Arabia, on Aug. 3, 2022. Tasneem Alsultan hide caption

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Get a peek inside this Saudi Arabian date festival

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People watch a news program showing a file image of a missile launch by North Korea at the Seoul Railway Station on Sunday. South Korea has accused its neighbor of raising tensions in the region after firing a ballistic missile toward the sea. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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Police officers detain a man in Moscow on Saturday following calls to protest against the military draft announcement. AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A worker performs maintenance on pipes used during brine extraction at a lithium mine in the Atacama Desert in Chile on Aug. 24. Paz Olivares Droguett for NPR hide caption

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In Chile's desert lie vast reserves of lithium — key for electric car batteries

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From left, The League's Matteo Salvini, Forza Italia's Silvio Berlusconi, Brothers of Italy's Giorgia Meloni and Noi Con l'Italia's Maurizio Lupi attend the center-right coalition closing rally in Rome on Thursday. Italians have elected their country's most right-wing government since the end of World War II. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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What you need to know about Italy's new far-right leader Giorgia Meloni

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