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In this March 30, 2017 file photo, Alexei Navalny, right, poses for the press in court in Moscow. The imprisoned Russian opposition leader was awarded the European Union's top human rights prize on Wednesday. STR/AP hide caption

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Boris Johnson, left, greet guests at a reception at Windsor Castle, Windsor, England, Oct. 19, 2021. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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A dog lies on the ash-covered earth surrounded by volcanic lava following an eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, in the area of Todoque on the Canary Island of La Palma, Spain in this undated screen grab taken from a handout video. Handout via Reuters hide caption

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A man shelters a baby from the sun with an umbrella during a heatwave in Burgos, northern Spain, Saturday, Aug. 14, 2021. Cities in Europe saw recording-setting heat this summer, with some regions reaching 117.3°F. Alvaro Barrientos/AP hide caption

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A slice of the 12-layer chocolate cake known as "Bruce" is adorned with colorful sprinkles at the British bakery Get Baked. But regulators say the topping is illegal, as it includes a color additive that is permitted only for other uses. Courtesy of Get Baked hide caption

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Flowers and candles are placed at the scene of an attack on the square, in Kongsberg, Norway, Thursday. Norwegian authorities say the bow-and-arrow rampage by a man who killed five people in a small town appeared to be a terrorist act. Police identified the attacker as Espen Andersen Braathen, a 37-year-old Danish citizen, who was arrested Wednesday night. Terje Bendiksby/AP hide caption

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Banksy's "Love is in the Bin" (2018) is installed at Sotheby's on Sept. 3, in London. On Thursday it was auctioned for $25.4 million, a record for the artist. Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for Sotheby's hide caption

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Police officers investigate a scene in Kongsberg, Norway, after a man armed with a bow killed several people before he was arrested Wednesday. Hakon Mosvold Larsen/NTB/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In this Friday, Oct. 1, 2021 file photo, visitors take photos of the 3D re-production of Michelangelo's David at the Italy's pavilion at the Dubai Expo 2020 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. One of the most talked about attractions at the world's fair underway in Dubai is a towering statue made of marble dust that's raising eyebrows just as its original form did more than 500 years ago. Kamran Jebreili/AP hide caption

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Raydel Aparicio Bringa (left) and Doniel Machado Pujol are photographed while being apprehended by Poland's Border Guard in the town of Sokolka, on the Polish border with Belarus. The two men, from Cuba, are among thousands of migrants from impoverished or war-torn countries that the regime of Alexander Lukashenko is accused of luring to Belarus to be sent across the border into the EU. Grzegorz Sokol for NPR hide caption

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The EU accuses Belarus of luring global migrants into other European countries

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A mask-clad U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson departs from No. 10 Downing St. in London in March. Hollie Adams/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Norway is seeing a record boom in sales of electric cars, which far outpace gas and diesel vehicles. Here, an electric BMW drives on the street in downtown Oslo. Sigrid Harms/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Journalist Maria Ressa talks to reporters on March 29, 2019, after posting bail at a trial court in Metro Manila, Philippines. This Friday, the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Ressa and journalist Dmitry Muratov for the fight for freedom of expression in the Philippines and in Russia. Aaron Favila/AP hide caption

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The Nobel Peace Prize goes to journalists in the Philippines and Russia

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Lawyer Stefan Waterkamp covers the face of accused Josef S. at the court room in Brandenburg, Germany, on Oct. 7, 2021. The 100-year-old man is charged as an accessory to murder on allegations that he served as a guard at the Nazis' Sachsenhausen concentration camp. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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