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Why A New EU Draft Of How Brexit Should Work Is Complicating Matters

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Detained Migrants In Libya Have A Choice: Buy Your Way Out Or Be Sold Into Bondage

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Ethiopia's Government Faces Its Biggest Political Crisis Since Coming To Power In 1991

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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani shakes hands with a foreign delegate at the Kabul Process conference in the country's capital Wednesday. During the conference, Ghani called on the Taliban to participate in peace talks with the Afghan government. Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Leena Khandwala, 44, at her family home in Karachi, Pakistan. After members of her religious community in the U.S. and Australia were arrested for performing female genital mutilation, she decided to go public about her childhood experience of being cut. Diaa Hadid/NPR hide caption

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A South Korean news magazine with front cover photos of President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and a headline "Korean Peninsula Crisis" is displayed at the Dong-A Ilbo building in Seoul, South Korea, in September. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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China Plans To Abolish Term Limits For President Xi Jinping

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North Korea Is Sending Weapons Parts To Syria, Draft Report Says

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Boats sail on the Nile River in Cairo, Egypt, last October. Tensions between Egypt and upstream Nile basin countries, Sudan and Ethiopia, have flared up again over the construction and effects of a massive dam being built by Ethiopia on the Nile River. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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German High Court Rules That Cities Can Ban Diesel Vehicles To Reduce Pollution

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Debris from a massive landslide from Monday's earthquake covers an area in Tabubil township, Papua New Guinea, on Monday following a 7.5 magnitude earthquake early Monday. Luke Purre/AP hide caption

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Saudi Arabia's chief of staff, General Abdulrahman al-Bunyan, holds a news conference in 2016. He was one of a handful of top military brass to lose his job. Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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