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A man waves campaign flags in favor of a new constitution ahead of a referendum on the matter in Santiago, Chile, on Aug. 26. In a referendum on Sunday, Chileans will vote whether to scrap the constitution from the dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet. Esteban Felix/AP hide caption

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A burned helmet lying on the ground of the hospital in Martakert, a day after shelling during the ongoing fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Aris Messinis/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump speaks to the leaders of Sudan and Israel on Friday as he announces Sudan will normalize relations with Israel at the White House. The U.S. is taking Sudan off its terrorism sponsor list and helping with Sudan's massive debt. Alex Edelman/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Zaqqir Ali Pacasum, 13, and Nawaz K. Lucman, 28 — Mustapha Alauya L. Pacasum's son and cousin, respectively — stand outside their destroyed ancestral home in Marawi City earlier this year. Mustapha Alauya L. Pacasum hide caption

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David Solomon, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, shown here at a business roundtable in New York last year, is among several executives at the bank who will have to give back part of their pay. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Foreign aid takes many forms — and Trump and Biden have differing perspectives. Above: Members of the Honduran Armed Forces carry a box of COVID-19 diagnostic testing kits donated by the United States Agency for International Development and the International Organization for Migration. Orlando Sierra/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe, seen above during his earlier tenure in the House, delivered a briefing on election threats on Wednesday evening. Gabriella Demczuk/AP hide caption

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Jets fly over the Presidential Office during Taiwan's National Day in Taipei on Oct. 10. Sam Yeh/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How Trump Is Winning Hearts And Minds In Taiwan — Risking China's Wrath

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Friederike Seyfried, director of Antique Egyptian Department of the Neues Museum in Berlin, shows media a stain from liquid on the Sarcophagus of the prophet Ahmose on Wednesday. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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Pope Francis attends a interreligious ceremony for peace Tuesday in the Basilica of Santa Maria in Aracoeli in Rome. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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Pope Francis Calls For Same-Sex Civil Union Law In New Documentary

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Protesters chant and sing solidarity songs as they barricade barricade the Lagos-Ibadan expressway on Wednesday to protest against police brutality and the killing of protesters by the military, at Magboro, Ogun State, Nigeria. Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Students attend the first day of school in the small town of Labastida, Spain, on Sept. 8. A recent study found no link between coronavirus spikes and school reopenings in the country. Alvaro Barrientos/AP hide caption

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Are The Risks Of Reopening Schools Exaggerated?

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Hatice Cengiz says her accusations against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi would not receive a fair trial in Saudi Arabia. She is seen here earlier this month at the 16th Zurich Film Festival in Switzerland. Valeriano Di Domenico/Getty Images for ZFF hide caption

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Claude Mabowa, 21years-old, an Ebola virus survivor and student, sits inside what used to be his sisters bedroom in Beni, north eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo on September 17, 2019. He lost four family members to Ebola and whilst recovering inside the Ebola Treatment Centre he managed to take and pass his final school exams. John Wessels/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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