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Britain's Prime Minister Rishi Sunak meets with U.S. President Joe Biden at 10 Downing Street in London, Monday, July 10, 2023. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Could the U.K. election mean an off-ramp from personality politics?

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Demonstrators protest in Mumbai on June 8, 2018, over the arrests of social activists by Indian police. Satish Bate/Hindustan Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Pro-Palestinian protesters walk from Columbia University down to Hunter College in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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When it comes to the Israel-Gaza war, the split in opinion is generational

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Whether Biden or Trump wins in November will mean very different things for America's place in the world. Jim Watson/Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What a second Biden or Trump presidency could mean for American allies and foes

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Michael Bommer and his wife, Anett. Robert LoCascio hide caption

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He has cancer — so he made an AI version of himself for his wife after he dies

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Palestinians walk among the rubble after four hostages were rescued from Gaza in an Israeli rescue operation on Saturday. Anas Baba/NPR hide caption

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Can the U.S. force a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas?

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The illegal wildlife trade is estimated to be a multi-billion dollar enterprise. Live animals that are caught, like this box turtle, need immediate and long-term care at facilities like The Turtle Conservancy. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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This image, taken from Israel's southern border with the Gaza Strip, shows smoke billowing in the Palestinian territory at sunset following Israeli bombardment on June 2. Menahem Kahana/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Examining the state of Hamas on 3 fronts: troops, governance and narrative

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United States Marines in Afghanistan carry colleague LCPL Jerome Hanley of Massachusetts, who was wounded in an insurgent attack to a waiting medevac helicopter in 2011. Kevin Frayer/AP hide caption

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Battlefield medicine has come a long way. But that progress could be lost

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Left: The Rev. Stan Swamy speaks to the camera in a video from 2020, shortly before he was arrested. Right: A person walks by a church where a memorial Mass was celebrated for Swamy, after his death in Mumbai, India, in July 2021. Screenshot by NPR/Mojo Story/Rafiq Maqbool/AP hide caption

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The Sunday Story: An Indian Political Scandal

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At a march in support of Israel, one woman holds a sign saying, "Christians Stand with Israel." Getty Images hide caption

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Palestinians walk along Salah al-Din Road in Deir Al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip. NurPhoto/Getty Images hide caption

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A man waves to a taxi as he leaves the Russian Central Bank headquarters in downtown Moscow last summer. The EU approved a plan this week to use interest from hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of seized Russian assets to help fund Ukraine's military. Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Editions of Peremoha sit on a table near the archives. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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A newspaper near Ukraine's border with Russia watches for freed POWs

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Ireland's Prime Minister Simon Harris, left, flanked by Ireland's Minister of Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin, speaks Wednesday in Dublin to announce Ireland's recognition of a Palestinian state. PAUL FAITH/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Ireland, Norway, Spain to recognize a Palestinian state; stay safe during turbulence

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Ireland's Prime Minister Simon Harris (left), flanked by Ireland's Minister of Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin, speaks Wednesday in Dublin to announce Ireland's recognition of a Palestinian state. Paul Faith/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Spain, Norway and Ireland say they will recognize a Palestinian state

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