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The GRU, Russia's military intelligence agency in Moscow, is implicated in the latest report released by Bellingcat. The international investigative group says it has identified the third suspect in the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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Rosa Ashby runs Rosa Flowers in the English market town of Witney. Every flower in her shop, including lilies, chrysanthemums and lisianthus, is either grown in or distributed through the Netherlands. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Florists Fear A 'No Deal' Brexit Would Wilt The Flower Business

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Emirates' inaugural A380 flight to San Francisco International Airport approaches the gate in 2014. Airbus announced Thursday it is stopping production of the A380 in 2021 after Emirates canceled dozens of orders. Tony Avelar/AP Images for Emirates hide caption

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Germany's Lufthansa airline hopes to put the brakes on the practice of "hidden city" ticketing, saying a passenger owes it more than $2,000 because he didn't use part of his round-trip route. Michael Probst/AP hide caption

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A billboard, in the northeast London district of Walthamstow, quotes former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson as saying this in the House of Commons in 2017: "There is no plan for 'no deal,' because we're going to get a great deal." Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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As Brexit Deadline Looms, Billboards Call Out Politicians' 'Quick And Easy' Claims

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A picture taken on Feb. 8, 2019 shows the signature "AHitler" on a watercolor entitled "Im Wald" (In the forest) displayed at the Weidler auction house in the southern city of Nuremberg. Daniel Karmann/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: Paintings By Adolf Hitler Are 'Unremarkable,' So Why Forge Them?

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French president Emmanuel Macron takes part in a meeting in Évry-Courcouronnes on Feb. 4. Ludovic Marin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Macron's 'Great National Debate' Help Defuse France's Yellow Vest Unrest?

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The long-delayed opening of the House of Fates Holocaust museum in Budapest, whose entrance is marked by a Star of David, is expected this spring. Ferenc Isza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hungary's New Holocaust Museum Isn't Open Yet, But It's Already Causing Concern

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Andreas Mundt, president of Germany's Federal Cartel Office, says "Facebook obtains very detailed profiles of its users and knows what they are doing online" by merging data from a number of sources. Mundt announced the antitrust watchdog's findings in Bonn, Germany, on Thursday. Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters hide caption

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Dennis Christensen, a Danish Jehovah's Witness, is escorted from a court room in Orel, Russia, on Wednesday. Yuriy Temirbulatov/Courtesy of Jehovah's Witnesses via AP hide caption

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Russian President Vladimir Putin center, attends a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, left, and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu in the Kremlin in Moscow on Saturday. Putin said that Russia will abandon the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty, what he called a "symmetrical" response to the U.S. decision to withdraw. Alexei Nikolsky/AP hide caption

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British photojournalist John Cantlie is seen in this video image released in December 2016 in what appeared to be central Mosul, Iraq. He was abducted by the Islamic State in 2012. Islamic State's Amaq News Agency via AP hide caption

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Axel Hirschfeld looks at the remains of dead birds while holding a Levant sparrowhawk. The bird was found locked in a small enclosure without food or water in a field used by poachers in the town of Ras Baalbek, Lebanon, in September. Sam Tarling for NPR hide caption

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A London jury convicted a woman of committing female genital mutilation on her daughter, when the child was 3. It is first time anyone in the U.K. has been found guilty of the crime since it became illegal in 1985. Kirsty O'Connor /Press Association Images via Getty Images hide caption

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