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Jeanine Áñez, dressed in a presidential sash, addresses a crowd outside the president's residence in La Paz, Bolivia. The opposition politician declared herself interim president of the country Tuesday. Juan Karita/AP hide caption

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Suriya Paprajong moved to Greenland in the winter of 2001. Some 18 years later, he has built up a life, including opening his own restaurant. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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A Tiny Thai Restaurant In Remote Greenland Serves Up Spice (And Whale Skin Soup)

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A new U.S. brigade combat team arrives in front of a Bradley Fighting Vehicle at a base in Syria's Hasakah province. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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In Syria, U.S. Military Says Fight Will Continue Against ISIS

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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg waves aboard the catamaran La Vagabonde as she sets sail for Europe from Hampton, Va., on Wednesday. Nicholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro trudges through high water in St. Mark's Square on Wednesday, the result of an exceptionally high tide in the scenic Italian city. Manuel Silvestri/Reuters hide caption

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President Trump and first lady Melania Trump meet with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wife, Emine Erdogan, outside the White House on Wednesday. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump, Erdogan Have 'Frank' Discussion About Syria

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A vehicle burns outside a factory that was apparently hit with rocket fire Tuesday in the southern Israeli town of Sderot. Israel's military announced it had killed a commander of the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad in an early morning strike on his home in the Gaza Strip, prompting retaliatory barrages from Gaza. Ahmad Gharabli/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Iran's Lake Urmia has shriveled because of water mismanagement. Photographer Maximilian Mann traveled to northwest Iran to document life in the region. Here, a man walks in what used to be a river to the lake, now just salt. Maximilian Mann hide caption

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A protester is detained in Hong Kong on Monday. Hong Kong is in the sixth month of protests that began in June over a proposed extradition law and have grown to include other grievances. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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Family and friends attend a funeral service on Saturday to remember Christina Langford Johnson, a victim of an ambush that killed nine American women and children on Nov. 4 in Mexico. Marco Ugarte/AP hide caption

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Senate second Vice President Jeanine Añez as she arrives to Congress in La Paz on Monday. She says she will lead the Senate after its president resigned, which could make her next in line for the presidency. Natacha Pisarenko/AP hide caption

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Spain's interim Prime Minister and Socialist Party leader Pedro Sánchez meets supporters, following the general election in Madrid on Sunday. The party won the most seats in Congress, but not a clear majority. Bernat Armangue/AP hide caption

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Liliana Segre waves at the end of a meeting with students in Milan, Italy, in 2018. For decades, Segre, 89, was reluctant to discuss her time in the Auschwitz concentration camp. But in the 1990s, she began speaking to schoolchildren throughout Italy about the Holocaust. Luca Bruno/AP hide caption

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Italian Holocaust Survivor Faces Threats After Calling For Investigation Into Hate

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