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Peruvian authorities are pursuing charges against a truck driver who damaged the ancient lines at Nazca on Saturday. Here, an aerial view of the geoglyph known as the Guarango Tree at the site in 2014. Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump's State of the Union address is broadcast at a railway station in Seoul, South Korea, on Wednesday. The White House is no longer considering Victor Cha for the South Korea ambassadorship. Lee Jin-man/AP hide caption

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Journalist Details Israel's 'Secret History' Of Targeted Assassinations

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The logo of Fuji Xerox Co., the joint venture between Fujifilm Holdings and Xerox, is displayed outside the company's headquarters in Tokyo. Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's government is looking into how hundreds of secret documents were left inside two large cabinets that were sold. He's seen here with members of his Cabinet after they were sworn in in 2016. Rob Griffith/AP hide caption

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Sergey Naryshkin speaks during the European Social Charter Conference in March 2016 in Turin, Italy, prior to his appointment to head Russia's SVR foreign intelligence service. Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images hide caption

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South Africa's Cape Town Is Set To Run Out Of Water In April

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Typist and sometimes sex worker Lotte (Liv Lisa Fries) aspires to become a police detective in Babylon Berlin. Frederic Batier/X Filme Creative Pool hide caption

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Germany's 'Babylon Berlin' Crime Series Is Like 'Cabaret' On Cocaine

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Separatist fighters fly the old, pre-unification flag of South Yemen above their pickup as they patrol Aden on Tuesday. Yemen's internationally recognized government has accused the separatist Southern Transitional Council of orchestrating a coup as it has moved closer to controlling the government's de facto capital. Saleh Al-Obeidi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Empty sake bottles lined up outside a restaurant in the Daikanyama area of Tokyo. Graham Crouch/Getty Images/Lonely Planet Image hide caption

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