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Tuna, seen on display last year at a fish market in Mexico City. The World Trade Organization dealt Mexico a defeat on appeal Friday, dismissing the country's argument that labeling regulations in the U.S. violated WTO rules. Henry Romero/Reuters hide caption

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Countries Struggle To Agree On Rules For Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Fire Destroys Thousands Of Voting Materials In The Congo, Election To Proceed As Planned

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A statue of Indian independence leader Mohandas Gandhi was installed on the University of Ghana campus in Accra, Ghana, in 2016. The statue has now been removed from its plinth. Christian Thompson/AP hide caption

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Cardinal George Pell, shown leaving court in Melbourne in May, was reportedly found guilty of sexual abuse, but Australian media are barred from reporting the news. Robert Cianflone/Getty Images hide caption

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Police Believe They Have Shot Dead Gunman In Strasbourg Christmas Market Shooting

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New Report Finds That More Than 250 Journalists Were Jailed For Their Work in 2018

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Proposed Brexit Deal Would Strengthen Borders, But End 'Free Movement'

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Trump Administration Announces New Plan To Promote U.S. Businesses In Africa

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Police officers stand near the place where Cherif Chekatt, the alleged gunman who had been a fugitive since allegedly killing three people at a popular Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, was shot dead by police on Thursday. Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A man walks toward the smoke rising from a fire at the Independent National Electoral Commission's warehouse in Kinshasa on Thursday, 10 days ahead of the presidential election. John Wessels/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Joseph Kabila, the outgoing president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, sits in a garden at his personal ranch on Monday. John Wessels/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Congo Does Not Take Any Orders From Anybody': Interview With President Joseph Kabila

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