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Toronto Police: 10 Killed, 15 Others Injured In Van Attack

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China's Top Employers Routinely Publish Sexist Job Ads, Study Says

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Macron Welcomed To The U.S. But Faces Political Challenges In France

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Nicaraguan President Ortega Fights For His Political Future

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Herbert Diess, Volkswagen's new CEO addresses, the media during a news conference at the company's plant in Wolfsburg, Germany, April 13. As the company turns the page from its diesel emissions cheating scandal, it says its future is electric. Fabian Bimmer/Reuters hide caption

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After Diesel Scandal, VW Turns To New Leadership And Electric Cars

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Mohammad Javad Zarif, the foreign minister of Iran, poses for a portrait. Elias Williams for NPR hide caption

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Iran's Foreign Minister: Renegotiating Nuclear Deal Would Damage U.S. Credibility

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Toronto Police Say Suspect In Van Attack Not Associated With Any Terrorist Group

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How The French View Macron's U.S. Visit With President Trump

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With Failing Lungs, Survivor Of Suspected Chemical Attack In Syria Tells Her Story

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At Least 24 Dead After Riots In Nicaragua

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South Korea Stops Its K-Pop Blast Ahead Of Meeting With The North

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South Korea's speaker array, located at a military base near its border with the North. The South Korean Ministry of Defense announced on Monday it would cease propagandistic broadcasts of K-pop and other audio. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Police inspect a van suspected of being involved in a collision that killed at least 10 people and injured 15 others in Toronto on Monday. Cole Burston/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters on Monday celebrated Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan's resignation in the capital, Yerevan. The former president announced he would resign after massive anti-government rallies shook the country. Hrant Khactaryan/AP hide caption

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