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Armed police patrol Las Ramblas following Thursday's terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain. Spanish police have also killed five suspected terrorists in the town of Cambrils to stop a second terrorist attack.
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Workers use a crane to lift the monument dedicated to former Chief Justice of the United States Roger Taney in Annapolis, Md., early Friday. The State House Trust voted Wednesday to remove the statue from its grounds.
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This sequence of images shows the development of embryos formed after eggs were injected with both CRISPR, a gene-editing tool, and sperm from a donor with a genetic mutation known to cause cardiomyopathy.
Solar cells sit in the sun at the Desert Sunlight Solar Farm in Desert Center, Calif. The people who run California's electric grid expect the solar power output to be cut roughly in half during the eclipse.
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South African model Gabriella Engels, who says she was assaulted by Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe, attends a press conference at the civil rights organization AfriForum on Thursday.
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Demonstrators march from the courthouse to the jail in Durham, N.C. Dozens of protesters attempted to turn themselves in to law enforcement Thursday in solidarity with those who have been arrested for toppling a Confederate monument earlier this week.
Workers load a statue of Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson on a flatbed truck in the early hours of Wednesday in Baltimore. A campaign to remove symbols of the Civil War-era, pro-slavery secessionist republic is gathering momentum across the United States.
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Relatives of an alleged drug dealer killed during a police anti-drug operation react upon seeing his body in Manila on Thursday. Police in the Philippine capital shot dead more than two dozen drug suspects in another round of anti-drug raids, authorities said, as they followed President Rodrigo Duterte's call for dozens of deaths a day.
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After a meeting between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (right) and a member of the Qatari royal family, Sheikh Abdullah Al Thani, Saudi Arabia said Thursday that it is reopening its border with Qatar to allow Qataris to attend the hajj.
Brandon Martinez, 16, lies in a hospital bed while his father, Jose de Jesus Martinez, visits in the intensive care unit at North Central Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas.
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President Trump has said he is considering a pardon for former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was recently convicted on federal criminal contempt charges. Trump is holding a rally in Phoenix next Tuesday.