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Rohingya activist Abdul Rasheed says his people can only be repatriated back to their homes in Myanmar if the government can guarantee their safety, security and dignity. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Zimbabwean Pastor Evan Mawarire, acquitted recently of trying to subvert the government, has deftly used social media in a quest for justice and rights. "It's important that we let the administration that is coming in right now know that if they do to us what Robert Mugabe's government did to us, we will do the same thing to them that we've done to Robert Mugabe," he recently told journalists. Mujahid Safodien/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Fight For Rights Will Continue' In Zimbabwe, #ThisFlag Movement Pastor Vows

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Beirut Crowd Protests Trump Recognizing Jerusalem As Israel's Capital

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What Does The Jerusalem Decision Mean For U.S. Jews?

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In "Gardens Speak," visitors lie in graves 10 at a time, listening to recorded stories of those killed in the Syrian uprising. Tania El Khoury/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Stories Of Syria's Uprising, And Its Backyard Funerals, In 'Gardens Speak'

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Protesters in Beirut waved the Palestinian flag Sunday in response to President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The move marked a dramatic shift from decades of American foreign policy. ANWAR AMRO/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Political Standoff Continues After Honduras Election

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Despite Maduro's Unpopularity, Venezuela's Opposition Isn't A Shoo-In For Election

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Thousands of Iraqi soldiers in Baghdad take part in a training exercise in 2015. On Saturday, the Iraqi prime minister announced its war on the Islamic State group was over, after more than three years of fighting. ALI AL-SAADI/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump announced Wednesday that the U.S. views Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, a controversial move that complicates Middle East politics. Gali Tibbon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Crowdfunding For French Castles

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How Women From The U.S. Could Be At Risk Of Genital Mutilation

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Oobah Butler created an imaginary London restaurant, The Shed at Dulwich, which he successfully got verified on TripAdvisor after providing a phone number, address and website for the eatery. It soon became one of the city's top-rated restaurants. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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How A Fake Restaurant Became London's Top Spot On TripAdvisor

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