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International Court Rules On Rohingya Genocide Case

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'Washington Post,' 'National Enquirer' In Spotlight After Bezos Phone Hacking

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Disputes Cast A Shadow Over Auschwitz Liberation Anniversary

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News Brief: Impeachment Trial, China Coronavirus, Rohingya Ruling

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An air tanker operated by Canada-based Coulson Aviation drops fire retardant on the Morton Fire burning in bushland close to homes at Penrose, south of Sydney, Australia, earlier this month. Dan Himbrechts/Dan Himbrechts/AAP Image via Reuters hide caption

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A traveler walks past a display board showing a canceled flight from Wuhan at Beijing Capital International Airport Thursday. China closed off the city of more than 11 million in an unprecedented effort to try to contain a deadly new viral illness that has sickened hundreds and spread to other cities and countries during the Lunar New Year travel rush. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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Chinese Authorities Begin Quarantine Of Wuhan City As Coronavirus Cases Multiply

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Then-Sen. James Jeffords, I-Vt.; then-Rep. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.; and Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., drink glasses of milk in 1999. Senate rules during the impeachment trial of President Trump permit the consumption of milk on the chamber floor, a strange rule that has sparked a conversation on social media. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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Why 'Wet Markets' Persisted In China Despite Disease And Hygiene Concerns

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An Iraqi protester grabs a tear gas canister fired by riot police amid clashes following a demonstration east of Tahrir Square, on Monday. Ahmad al-Rubaye/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'We Are Not Going To Leave': Iraq's Protests Escalate

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A visualization of the SARS virus. It is a type of coronavirus and displays the coronavirus' signature crownlike appearance under a microscope. 3D4MEDICAL/3D4MEDICAL hide caption

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Mexico's National Guard prevents migrants who walked across the river from making their way farther into Mexico. James Fredrick for NPR hide caption

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Honduran Mom Reunites With Her 5-Year-Old After Migrant Caravan Crackdown In Mexico

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A bus driver wears a mask on Jan. 22 in Wuhan, China. Public transportation is being suspended as of Thursday morning because of concerns about the spreading coronavirus. Stringer/Getty Images hide caption

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The phone of Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO and owner of The Washington Post, reportedly was hacked via a WhatsApp account owned by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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U.N. Urges Probe Of Reported Hacking Of Jeff Bezos' Phone By Saudi Arabia

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Psychologist Testifies About Torture Techniques In Sept. 11 Case

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