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Displaced Palestinians wait to receive UNRWA aid in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, March 7. Mohammed Salem/REUTERS hide caption

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British explorer George Mallory and fellow climber Edward Felix Norton scale the north-east ridge of Mount Everest in 1922, left, while Mallory is seen in an undated file photo, right. Captain Noel/Hulton Archive/Getty Images; AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A TV screen shows a file image of a North Korean missile launch during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in South Korea on April 22, 2024. North Korea fired multiple suspected short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters on Monday, South Korea's military said. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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Monday

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak speaks during a press conference in London on Monday regarding a treaty between Britain and Rwanda to transfer asylum-seekers to the African country. Toby Melville/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's leading presidential candidate was stopped at a checkpoint by masked men

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World Anti-Doping Agency officials stayed silent about Olympic doping scandal

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What overcapacity in Chinese manufacturing could mean for American businesses

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Massive thick seaweed patches are again drifting toward South Florida beaches

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Mexican presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum greets supporters upon her arrival to her opening campaign rally at the Zócalo plaza in Mexico City, on March 1. Aurea Del Rosario/AP hide caption

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Mexico's leading presidential candidate is stopped by masked men at checkpoint

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Border Patrol picks up a group of people seeking asylum from an aid camp near Sasabe, Arizona, on Wednesday, March 13, 2024. Justin Hamel/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Despite a fortified border, migrants will keep coming, analysts agree. Here's why.

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Head of military intelligence for Israel announces his resignation

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Students occupy the campus Columbia University on Friday, calling for the school to divest from companies with ties to Israel. Alex Kent/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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