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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (second from right), Home Secretary Priti Patel (front center) and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick (far left) attend the scene in central London on Saturday. Steve Parsons/AP hide caption

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Huge Amazon Wildfires Endanger Our History As Well As Our Air, Archaeologists Say

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Two Stars' Suicides Draw Scrutiny To Pressures Of K-Pop Industry, Fans

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Is Crimea Russian? U.S. And EU Say No, Apple Says Kremlin Can See What It Wants To

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Tourists Are Overrunning A Pakistani Region That's Too Friendly For Its Own Good

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U.S. Iran Tensions May Be Coming To A Head; Is The White House Prepared?

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Week In Politics: More Impeachment Hearings As Trump Heads To NATO Summit

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Tourists walk across flooded St. Mark's Square two days after Venice suffered its highest tide in 50 years. Filippo Monteforte/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why So Many People Are Taking To The Streets In Protests Around The World

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Why A Company In The Netherlands Has Stopped Helping Facebook Fact-Check Content

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Knife Attack In London Leaves At Least 2 Victims Dead; Attacker Killed By Police

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A police forensic officer walks by a sign for London Bridge after a fatal stabbing incident on Friday. Two people were killed and three remain in the hospital as of early Saturday morning local time, according to police. Authorities have called the stabbing a terror attack. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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When Leonardo da Vinci arrived in France in 1516, he brought three of his own paintings with him — "Virgin and Child with Saint Anne" (left), "Saint John the Baptist" (right) and the Mona Lisa. RMN-Grand Palais (Musée du Louvre)/René-Gabriel Ojéda (left) Michel Urtado (right) hide caption

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RMN-Grand Palais (Musée du Louvre)/René-Gabriel Ojéda (left) Michel Urtado (right)