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Women protest against women's murders in Ankara, Turkey, on Aug. 23. Signs say "We are not silent" and show Emine Bulut, whose killing by her ex-husband was captured on video that was widely shared on social media.
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"The number of people registered missing with the Bahamas government is going down daily," a spokesman for the Bahamian National Emergency Management Agency assured the public.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, on a video link in Moscow, speaks to the crowd on a giant screen at festival in Roskilde, Denmark, in 2016. "You are being watched all the time and you have no privacy," Snowden said.
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says her government is creating a national gun registry "to prevent firearms from reaching the hands of criminals." She announced the new plan alongside Police Minister Stuart Nash.
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Twelve-year-old Jesús Ruiz grieves as he stands before the coffin containing the remains of his father, Mexican journalist Jorge Celestino Ruiz Vazquez, in Actopan, Veracruz, on Aug. 3. The Committee to Protect Journalists said Ruiz Vazquez was the third journalist killed in a single week in Mexico.
The port of Haifa in northern Israel. The United States is concerned about a deal for China's Shanghai International Port Group to build and control a shipping terminal in Haifa.
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Reknowned chef José Andrés (right) is interviewed by ABC News last week in the Bahamian capital, Nassau, before heading to the Abaco Islands to deliver food to people stranded left by Hurricane Dorian.
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Member of Parliament Joanna Cherry and dozens of allies won a decision from Scotland's Court of Session, which ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament is illegal. Cherry is seen here outside the court last month.
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President Trump, seen speaking to reporters at the White House on Monday, has fired his national security adviser. With John Bolton gone, what does that mean for Afghanistan peace talks and other major foreign policy?
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People evacuate an injured man after a walkway collapsed and set off a stampede as thousands of Shiite Muslims marked one of the most solemn holy days of the year in the holy city of Karbala, Iraq, on Tuesday.