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Peru Grapples With The Pandemic Despite An Early And Tough Lockdown

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Israeli, U.S. Officials Arrive In UAE To Cement A Peace Deal

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Workers and day laborers gather outside shuttered stores Monday in New Delhi. Once the world's fastest-growing major economy, India posted its steepest decline in gross domestic product in 24 years. Anindito Mukherjee/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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An official stands at the door of an Israeli El Al airliner after it landed in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday after flying in from Tel Aviv. Nir Elias/Pool Photo via AP hide caption

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Flaviane da Conceição, 40, a self-employed house cleaner, poses for a photo at her home in the Cidade de Deus favela on July 29 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A single mother of three, she applied for government emergency aid at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and it helps her support her family. Bruna Prado/Getty Images hide caption

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Turkey Is Among The Countries Dealing With A Spike In COVID-19 Cases

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Farmers check coffee beans handpicked at their farm located in Forquilha do Rio, municipality of Dores do Rio Preto, Espirito Santo, Brazil. Mauro Pimentel/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Coffee Keeps Its Mojo: Producers Overcome Pandemic Obstacles

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The ruler of the United Arab Emirates issued a decree ending a decades-long boycott of Israel. On Monday, Israeli airline, El Al will make its first official flight to the UAE. Among its passenger is President Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who will help work out details of a recent deal between the two countries. Ariel Schalit/AP hide caption

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A marble plaque over the main entrance of the Vatican Archives reads in Latin "Secret Vatican Archive." The Vatican's library on Pope Pius XII and his record during the Holocaust opened to researchers in March. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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Records From Once-Secret Archive Offer New Clues Into Vatican Response To Holocaust

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This Bornean horseshoe bat and other bat species can harbor coronaviruses. The nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance had its NIH research money cut for a project in China on bats and coronaviruses this spring — but just got a new multimillion dollar grant from the agency. NHPA/NHPA/Science Source hide caption

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German motorcyclists demonstrate Sunday in Lower Saxony, Hanover, against proposals to restrict their rides. Peter Steffen/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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In Quiet-Loving Germany, Motorcyclists Protest A Possible Ban On Loud Sunday Rides

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Newly Unveiled Archives Reveal Pope Pius XII's Response To The Holocaust

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Israel And United Arab Emirates Residents React To Their Countries' Opened Relations

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