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The parents of Harry Dunn, the 19-year-old who was killed in England when an American woman drove the wrong way, said no to President Trump's suggestion on Tuesday they meet with the woman right then. Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn are seen here in New York City on Tuesday. Eduardo Munoz/Reuters hide caption

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Police and protesters clashed on Monday in Barcelona after Spain's Supreme Court sentenced nine leaders for their involvement in an independence referendum two years ago that Madrid says was illegal. Emilio Morenatti/AP hide caption

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Police block access to a street near the scene of an attack that left two people dead on Wednesday in Halle, Germany. Initial reports indicate a man fired shots outside a synagogue and a kebab shop in the eastern German city. Jens Schlueter/Getty Images hide caption

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Climate activists take part in a demonstration Monday in London, where police say they've arrested dozens of protesters as the Extinction Rebellion group attempts to draw attention to climate change. Alberto Pezzali/AP hide caption

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British authorities are asking that Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. diplomat, return to the U.K. for a police investigation of a crash that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn. The fatal incident occurred in late August outside England's Royal Air Force Croughton, site of a U.S. Air Force communications base. Peter Summers/Getty Images hide caption

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Ukraine's prosecutor general, Ruslan Ryaboshapka, announced Friday that he will review cases involving Hunter Biden but that he isn't aware of any evidence of wrongdoing by Biden. Valentyn Ogirenko/Reuters hide caption

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Burisma Group, a Ukrainian energy company, keeps a low profile. This building, which houses the offices of a Burisma subsidiary, is located in a residential part of the country's capital of Kyiv. Lucian Kim/NPR hide caption

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Kurt Volker, former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine, arrives for a closed-door interview with House investigators on Thursday. House Democrats are proceeding with the impeachment inquiry of President Trump. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Reps. Adam Smith, D-Wash. (left) and Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, are seen before a House Armed Services Committee hearing in March. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images hide caption

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French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner, center, and Paris police leader Didier Lallement, right, give a press conference outside the police headquarters in Paris. Kamil Zihnioglu/AP hide caption

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The Man Who Played with Fire: Stieg Larsson's Lost Files and the Hunt for an Assassin, by Jan Stocklassa and translated by Tara F. Chace. Amazon Crossing hide caption

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On Tuesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused committee staff of giving inadequate time for deposed individuals to prepare and retain proper legal counsel. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto speaks during the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly on Sept. 26 in New York. Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S.-Funded Radio Free Europe In Hungary Would Be An 'Insult,' Says Foreign Minister

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Former Prime Minister David Cameron, who called for the referendum that unleashed the ongoing turmoil around Britain's exit from the EU, says he is "deeply depressed by what's happening." Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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David Cameron Talks Brexit And His 'Greatest Regret' In New Book 'For The Record'

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Former Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz from the Austrian People's Party, OEVP, speaks at a closing rally ahead of elections in Vienna, Austria, on Thursday. The Austrian elections are on Sunday. Ronald Zak/AP hide caption

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Austria Election: Sebastian Kurz Poised To Regain Power

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President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy speak during a meeting in New York on Wednesday, on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly in New York City. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: The Sitcom President And The Reality Show President

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy smiles after meeting United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres during the 74th Session of the General Assembly on Thursday in New York. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Ukraine Got Tangled Up In A Trump Impeachment Inquiry

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The whistleblower complaint says notes from President Trump's call with the Ukrainian president, released this week, were loaded into an electronic system meant for classified information "of an especially sensitive nature." Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Officials Say White House's Use Of Secret System Is Unusual, 'Disturbing'

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A Swedish government program called the Edible Country recruited Michelin-starred chefs to create recipes that use ingredients that can be foraged from the areas around 13 picnic tables scattered across the countryside. Diners book a table, show up and hunt for their own food. Tina Stafrén/Visit Sweden hide caption

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