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Argentina's Lionel Messi, center, celebrates at the end of the World Cup group C soccer match between Argentina and Mexico, at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, on Saturday. Argentina won 2-0. Moises Castillo/AP hide caption

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Pakistan's former prime minister and opposition leader, Imran Khan, addresses to his supporters during a rally, in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on Saturday. Khan said Saturday his party was quitting the country's regional and national assemblies. Anjum Naveed/AP hide caption

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Rescuers stand next to a bus carried away after heavy rainfall triggered landslides that collapsed buildings and left as many as 12 people missing, in Casamicciola, on the southern Italian island of Ischia, Italy, on Saturday. Salvatore Laporta/AP hide caption

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Yevhenia Podvoiska and Tatiana Kuznetsova, from left, both policewomen, steer and navigate a drone during class in Kyiv on Oct. 27. Students must learn to work in pairs: a pilot and a navigator. Julian Hayda/NPR hide caption

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Ukrainian women have started learning a crucial war skill: how to fly a drone

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How artists and influencers set the stage for Hip-Hop's global rise

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In this Sept. 26, 2018 file photo, visitors walk past a display from Chinese technology firm ZTE at the PT Expo in Beijing. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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Melilla, Spain (October 13, 2022) - A fence runs all around the land border that Melilla, Spain shares with Morocco. Ricci Shryock for NPR hide caption

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Life Is Hard For Migrants On Both Sides Of The Border Between Africa And Europe

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Lilia Kristenko, 38, cries Friday as city responders collect the dead body of her mother Natalia Kristenko in Kherson, southern Ukraine. Natalia Kristenko's dead body lay covered in a blanket in the doorway of her apartment building for hours overnight. The 62-year-old woman had walked outside her home with her husband Thursday evening after drinking tea when the building was struck. Bernat Armangue/AP hide caption

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A resident carries her groceries at a supermarket in Beijing, on Friday. Residents of China's capital were emptying supermarket shelves and overwhelming delivery apps as the city government ordered accelerated construction of COVID-19 quarantine centers and field hospitals. Ng Han Guan/AP hide caption

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Ukrainians walk through the unlit streets of the capital Kyiv on Thursday, a day after Russian airstrikes knocked out electricity, heating and water to much of the country. With Russian troops faring poorly on the battlefield, Russia has launched a widespread bombing campaign directed at civilian infrastructure in Ukraine. Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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Russia strikes, Ukraine repairs, in a battle to survive the winter

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Investigators enter the headquarters of major advertising company Dentsu in Tokyo Friday, Nov. 25, 2022 as the investigation into corruption related to the Tokyo Olympics widened. (Kyodo News via AP) AP hide caption

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Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra won the 2022 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, held in Italy in May. Next year's contest will be the first ever in which viewers from non-participating countries can cast their vote. Giorgio Perottino/Getty Images hide caption

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Iranian soccer player Voria Ghafouri (right), then a member of the national soccer team, fights for the ball with Iraqi midfielder Hussein Ali during the AFC Asian Cup soccer match in Dubai in 2019. The semiofficial Fars and Tasnim news agencies reported on Thursday that Iran arrested Ghafouri for insulting the national soccer team and criticizing the government. Kamran Jebreili/AP hide caption

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Lt. Gen. Syed Asim Munir, seen here on Nov. 1, has been appointed to replace Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa as head of Pakistan's army when Bajwa completes his term on Nov. 29. Munir, Pakistan's former spy chief, begins his new role amid bitter feuding between Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and former premier Imran Khan. Khan has accused Bajwa of playing a role in his ouster, a charge Bajwa has denied. W.K. Yousufzai/AP hide caption

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