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The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is an underground church built inside a salt mine, and made entirely of salt. Luis Acosta/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Yellow Vest Protesters Still Waiting For France's President To Respond To Demands

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Jess Roskelley, David Lama and Hansjörg Auer had been attempting a difficult climb in Banff National Park. They were reported overdue on Wednesday, according to the park. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Women carry children near the al-Hol camp in Syria's Kurdish-majority region of Rojava. The camp is filled with more than 72,000 people — most of them women and children who came out of the last ISIS-held territory. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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How Is The Mueller Report Playing Out In Russia?

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Revised NAFTA Deal Would Offer Modest Economic Benefits, Report Says

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French President Macron Salutes Firefighters Who Saved Notre Dame

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The Ouster Of Sudan's President Has Done Little To Quiet Protesters

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News Brief: Mueller Report, Democracy Protests In Sudan

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The photos of five people slain in the Capital Gazette newsroom adorn candles at a vigil in June. The attack was mentioned in the analysis of Reporters Without Borders' annual World Press Freedom Index. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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