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Dutch YouTube star turned model and singer Famke Louise performs on stage during a live show on television in the Netherlands. Famke Louise has come under fire recently for saying she would no longer participate in public campaigns to combat COVID-19. Paul Bergen/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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Lidia Yermoshina (left), chairperson of the Belarusian Central Election Commission, hands over a presidential ID to President Alexander Lukashenko during an inauguration ceremony Wednesday at Independence Palace in Minsk. Andrei Stasevich/BelTA/Tass hide caption

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The Greek island of Kastellorizo, shown here at sunset from the top of an ancient castle, is a little over a mile away from the Turkish shore. Known for its architecture, turquoise sea and friendship with the neighbor Turks, it's recently become a pawn in a geopolitical dispute between the Greek and Turkish governments over hydrocarbons and maritime borders. Demetrios Ioannou for NPR hide caption

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'Not Our World': This Greek Island Wants An End To Greece And Turkey's Feud

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This photo published Sept. 15 by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny on his Instagram account shows Navalny (center) his wife, Yulia, (right) daughter Daria and son Zakhar (top left) in Berlin's Charité Hospital. Navalny was discharged Tuesday after 32 days, 24 of them in intensive care. Alexei Navalny Instagram/AP hide caption

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In this image taken from video, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes a statement to the House of Commons on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic. House of Commons/AP hide caption

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If the U.K.'s rate of new coronavirus cases doubles four more times, Chief Scientific Advisor Sir Patrick Vallance said, "you would end up with something like 50,000 cases in the middle of October per day." 10 Downing Street hide caption

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Suzy Margueron (seated, center) who advocates for people with hearing loss, likes to gather with friends in Paris' Luxembourg Gardens. All have transparent masks, but say it's others who should be wearing them too. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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France Encourages Use Of Transparent Masks To Help Those With Hearing Loss

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Protesters throw a statue of slave trader Edward Colston into Bristol harbour, during a Black Lives Matter protest rally, on Sunday, June 7. Ben Birchall/AP hide caption

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny posted a photo of himself with daughter Daria, son Zahar and wife Yulia on his Instagram account Tuesday from his hospital bed in Berlin. Navalny Instagram/AP hide caption

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The House by the Lake: The True Story of a House, Its History, and the Four Families Who Made It Home, by Thomas Harding. Illustrated by Britta Teckentrup Candlewick Studio hide caption

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Refugees from the Moria camp protest near Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos on Saturday, a few days after a fire destroyed the refugee camp. Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Earlier in the week, AstraZeneca had paused worldwide studies of its candidate vaccine after one U.K. participant developed symptoms consistent with the spinal cord inflammation known as transverse myelitis. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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Collateral Damage: Britain, America, and Europe in the Age of Trump, by Kim Darroch Public Affairs hide caption

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Former British Ambassador To U.S. Reflects On Becoming Trump Persona Non Grata

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A massive fire this week ravaged a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, leaving more than 12,000 asylum-seekers homeless. Milos Bicanski/Getty Images hide caption

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Fires Leave Thousands Of Asylum-Seekers On Greek Island Homeless

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Children walk through the Moria migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos after the camp was gutted by fire. Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Joann Woodson kneels at the gravesite of her husband, Cpl. Waverly Woodson Jr., at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. Linda Hervieux via AP hide caption

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Senators Push For Medal Of Honor For Late Black Medic Who Saved Lives At Normandy

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