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Hundreds demonstrated in Trafalgar Square in central London on Sunday, and many kneeled, to protest the recent killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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People Of Color In U.K. Disproportionately Affected By COVID-19

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Top officials with the European Union urged President Trump to rethink his plans to leave the international agency. Trump announced his decision Friday after weeks of levying criticisms and threatening to pull funding. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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A Look At The Latest Updates In Hong Kong

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COVID-19 Outbreak Overwhelms Yemeni City Of Aden

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Swarms Of Locusts Are The Latest Threat To India Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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As German Soccer Restarts, Broadcasters Use Crowd Sounds To Replace Missing Fans

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President Trump Announces The End Of Special Relationship With Hong Kong

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People stroll near the Eiffel Tower in Paris on Monday. France is entering its second phase of lifting COVID-19 restrictions. Michel Euler/AP hide caption

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Moscow has revised its April death toll from the coronavirus to 1,561 amid criticism that Russia may have undercounted fatalities from COVID-19. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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President Trump gives remarks Friday on China in the Rose Garden. Alongside him are trade adviser Peter Navarro, from left, national security adviser Robert O'Brien, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Jesus' baptism site overlooking the Jordan River, 6 miles north of the Dead Sea. The Jordanian site includes the spot where UNESCO says Jesus was believed to have been baptized, now inland after the river changed course, as well as Elijah's Hill, where tradition says the Prophet Elijah ascended to heaven in a flaming chariot. Moises Saman for NPR hide caption

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Commuters at the Luz station in São Paulo. Brazil has the world's second-highest number of COVID-19 cases after the U.S. Pacific Press/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Ge hide caption

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New Zealand is now allowing gatherings of up to 100 people, and the country says it has just one active COVID-19 case. Much of the credit for the country's success has gone to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, seen here walking through the coastal city of Napier on Friday. Kerry Marshall/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters with protective gear face riot police on a Hong Kong street during the anti-extradition bill protests in August. Beijing is moving to pass a law that could outlaw such protests. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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