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Catherine Deneuve Apologizes To Victims Of Sexual Violence For Letter About #MeToo

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Where The Russia Investigation Stands

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Czech President Milos Zeman speaks in Prague after polling stations closed for the Czech Republic's presidential election Saturday. He finished first but will have to face a challenger in a runoff. Matej Stransky/Pool/Reuters hide caption

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For refugees in Austria who choose to voluntarily go back to their countries of origin, a one-way trip to the Vienna International Airport marks the end of their journey in Europe. Hans Punz/AP hide caption

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A New Approach To Refugees: Pay Them To Go Home

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U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands Pete Hoekstra spoke at a tense news conference with Dutch reporters Wednesday at The Hague. On Friday, he said his 2015 anti-Muslim comments were "wrong." Robin Van Lonkhuijsen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A model of President Trump from the Madame Tussauds waxwork museum was brought Friday to the new U.S. Embassy in London's Wandsworth borough. "Trump cancelled his visit so we stepped in!" Madame Tussauds tweeted. Leon Neal/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump 'Wrong' To Call London Embassy Area An 'Off Location,' Residents Say

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How The U.K. Is Reacting To Trump Cancelling His Trip To London

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel shakes hands Friday with the leader of the Social Democratic Party, Martin Schulz. Merkel's conservatives reached a "breakthrough" deal with the Social Democrats toward building a new coalition government, sources close to the negotiations said. John MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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German Leaders Agree On New Coalition Talks, But Hurdles Remain

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U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands Peter Hoekstra had a tense news conference Wednesday when Dutch reporters pressed him on anti-Muslim comments he made in 2015. John Thys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel, head of the Christian Democratic Union, smiles for the media between Horst Seehofer of the Christian Social Union (left) and Martin Schulz of the Social Democratic Party. The three emerged Friday from all-night preliminary coalition talks in Berlin saying they had reached a preliminary deal. Steffi Loos/Getty Images hide caption

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German Chancellor Merkel Strikes Deal For New Coalition Government

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Trump Cancels U.K. Visit Over 'Bad Deal' For New U.S. Embassy

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President Trump shakes hands with British Prime Minister Theresa May during their meeting at the Palace Hotel during the United Nations General Assembly in September. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Kremlin Exploring 'Crypto-rouble' As Way To Evade U.S. Sanctions

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Cameroonian kids were part of an experiment based on the classic "marshmallow test": Put a single treat before a child but tell the child if he or she waits, say, 10 minutes, a second treat will be given. ZenShui/Michele Constantini/Getty Images/PhotoAlto hide caption

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Does Serena Williams Have The Willpower To Ace The 'Marshmallow Test'?

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State Department Troubled By Activist's Arrest In Russia

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President Trump chats with Russian President Vladimir Putin as they attend a meeting at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Vietnam in November. Mikhail Klimentyev/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Democrats Unveil A Blueprint For Battling Putin, Daring Trump To Act

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A Ukrainian serviceman prepares ammunition for the fighting with pro-Russian separatists in Avdiivka, Ukraine last March. Anatolii Stepanov /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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100 French Women Pen Letter Saying #MeToo Movement Has Gone Too Far

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Norway's PM Says Trump Administration Needs To Understand Impacts Of 'America First'

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