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France's Louvre Museum Opens Rooms With Paintings Stolen By Nazis In WWII

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South Korean Women Win Thriller In Curling, Putting 'Garlic' Gold In Reach

Members of the South Korean women's curling team celebrate after their semifinal victory over Japan on Friday. The upset puts the team, which has become a sensation in the Olympic host country, into a gold medal round match-up with Sweden.Aaron Favila/APhide caption

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Trump Declares New Shipping Sanctions On North Korea

President Trump speaks on the South Lawn of the White House on Friday shortly before he announced new sanctions against North Korea. The measures are designed to prevent shipping companies from evading existing measures by sending prohibited goods to the country.Andrew Harnik/APhide caption

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PHOTOS: Myanmar Apparently Razing Remains Of Rohingya Villages

On the left, a satellite image of the village of Thit Tone Nar Gwa Son on Dec. 2; on the right, the same village seen from space earlier this week. Human rights advocates say the government is destroying what amounts to scores of crime scenes before any credible investigation takes place.DigitalGlobe via APhide caption

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Juno Mac: How Does Stigma Compromise The Safety Of Sex Workers?

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Juno Mac: How Does Stigma Compromise The Safety Of Sex Workers?

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UNICEF Official Quits After Inappropriate Behavior Allegations

UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Justin Forsyth speaks in 2016 in New York City. He resigned Thursday over allegations dating from 2011 and 2015, during a previous job at Save the Children.Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for UNICEFhide caption

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U.N. Security Council To Try Again For Syria Cease-Fire Resolution

A lightly wounded Syrian girl is carried by a man at a makeshift clinic following Syrian government bombardments in Douma, in the besieged Eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital Damascus on Thursday.Hamza Al-Ajweh/AFP/Getty Imageshide caption

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Hungary's Leader Pushes For 'Stop Soros' Laws Against NGOs That Help Migrants

A poster with billionaire George Soros is pictured in July in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.Attila Kisbenedek/AFP/Getty Imageshide caption

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Hungary's Leader Pushes For 'Stop Soros' Laws Against NGOs That Help Migrants

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What It's Like to Visit Russia's 'Sports House' At The Pyeongchang Olympics

Russian girls stand next to photos of Russia's President Vladimir Putin during the opening of the Sports House, set up to support the Russian delegation of the 2018 Winter Olympics, in Gangneung on Feb. 9.Felipe Dana/APhide caption

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Amnesty International Finds Human Rights Deteriorating Around The World

Bangladesh's Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan (second from right) receives Myanmar's Home Minister Kyaw Swe (second from left) in Dhaka on Feb. 16. A human rights report criticizes Myanmar's treatment of Rohingya Muslims. But in presenting the findings, Amnesty officials called Bangladesh's acceptance of the Rohingya refugees, a rare bright light in a year of worsening human rights violations.APhide caption

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South Korean Speedskaters Left A Teammate Behind; Now Fans Want Them Off The Team

Two South Korean speedskaters face public outrage for unsportsmanlike behavior during a race. Now fans want them banned from the national team.Aris Messinis /AFP/Getty Imageshide caption

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U.N. Security Council Still Debating Resolution Calling For A Truce In Syria

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U.S. Allies Could Be Affected By Trump Administration's Proposed Tariffs

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