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Kitka Brings 'Powerful Women's Voices, Joined Together' From East To West

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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko speaks to soldiers during a visit to a military base in Chernihiv region, Ukraine, on Wednesday. Russia and Ukraine traded blame after Russian border guards on Sunday opened fire on three Ukrainian navy vessels and eventually seized them and their crews. The incident put the two countries on a war footing and raised international concern. Mykola Lazarenko/Presidential Press Service via AP hide caption

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A police officer walks through a gate at the Tompa border station transit zone in April 2017. Hungary has two "transit zones" with shipping containers that are used to automatically detain migrants while their asylum claims are investigated. This month, Hungary began denying food to asylum-seekers whose claims were rejected and appealed, human rights groups say. Attila Kisbenedek/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A study conducted by the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague compared some two dozen products sold in the Czech Republic with their equivalents in Germany. The Iglo brand fish sticks tested by the university contained 7 percent less fish than the same product sold in Germany. Like_the_Grand_Canyon/Flickr hide caption

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