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Irish Foreign Affairs Minister On Brexit And A Seat On The U.N. Security Council

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Tension Is Rising In Iraq Over An Alleged U.S. Threat To Close Its Embassy

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World Leaders Address Collapse Of The Natural World At The U.N. Biodiversity Summit

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Afghans Worry Withdrawal Of Foreign Forces May Compromise Peace Talks With Taliban

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Indians Protest Over Gang Rape Of A Woman Of Marginalized Caste

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The French weekly Le Point displays a photo of President Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden under a headline reading "America on a volcano (and us too)" in Paris, on Wednesday. Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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The statue of Sebastián de Belalcázar, a 16th century Spanish conquistador, lies on the ground after it was pulled down by Indigenous people in Popayán, Colombia, earlier this year. Julian Moreno/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Statue Removals Inspire Indigenous People In Latin America To Topple Monuments

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Museum In Tel Aviv To Display White Lace Collar From Justice Ginsburg

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Laiba Atik, 17-year-old, city administrator Mardan at National Association for Sustainable Development of Pakistan and an activist for climate change along with her sister Maira Atiq check on the trees they had planted earlier in the season in the nearby park where they live on August 31, 2020 in Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Saiyna Bashir for NPR hide caption

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With Glaciers Melting And Temps Soaring, Pakistan Pursues Big Action On Climate Change

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Left to Right: Naji, Ibrahim, Ahmed, Adeebah, Rahaf, Ammal and Hala Aldabaan in their Connecticut home. Maher Mahmood hide caption

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A Syrian Refugee Family's Resettlement In The U.S. Is Captured In Graphic Novel

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Kuwait state television announced Tuesday that the country's ruler, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, pictured last year at the 40th Gulf Cooperation Council Summit in Saudi Arabia, has died. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (left) and Detroit Pistons Vice Chairman Arn Tellem talk about voting last Thursday, when balloting began in the state. The Pistons are allowing their arena to be used as a polling station. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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'Russia Doesn't Have To Make Fake News': Biggest Election Threat Is Closer To Home

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg donated one of her lace collars and a copy of the book My Own Words to the Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv. Shula Bahat/Courtesy Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv hide caption

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