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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is seen in Algiers on Dec. 2, 2018 — exactly two months after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and was never heard from again. Billal Bensalem/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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French former soccer great and former UEFA head Michel Platini, seen here in 2018, was detained Tuesday for questioning related to the inquiry into FIFA's awarding of the 2020 World Cup to Qatar. Boris Horvat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A handful of young upstarts are changing Naples' traditional pizza-making habits, bolstered by a new flour called Nuvola (Italian for "cloud"), developed by Italian miller Caputo. Courtesy of Carlo Sammarco hide caption

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Octavian Ursu of the German Christian Democrats won a runoff for mayor of the small town of Goerlitz in the country's east, beating an opponent from the far-right Alternative for Germany. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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A small group in hard hats gathered on Saturday for Mass in Paris' Notre Dame cathedral. It was the first Mass since a fire devastated the church in April. Karine Perret/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Notre Dame Celebrates 1st Mass Since Fire Devastated The Historic Paris Cathedral

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Danisch Farooqi with his daughter, Aaliya, in Hamburg, Germany, when she was around 2 years old. "I haven't seen her in five years," he says. He wonders if she has forgotten him. Courtesy of Danisch Farooqi hide caption

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'I Would Do Anything For Her': A German Dad's Search For His Daughter, Taken By ISIS

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U.S. forward Alex Morgan shoots and scores past Thailand's Natthakarn Chinwong on Tuesday in Reims, France, in the group stage of the Women's World Cup. Michael Chow/USA Today Sports via Reuters hide caption

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Chris Froome crashed heavily during a training ride Wednesday, leaving him badly injured and unable to compete in the upcoming Tour de France. Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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La Liga, Spain's premier soccer league, was fined 250,000 euros on Tuesday for failing to adequately notify Android app users that it was recording what was going on near their phones. The app was developed to combat piracy, according to the league. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S.-based Free Russia Foundation accuses Russia of exploiting Western legal systems. Above, supporters of arrested journalist Ivan Golunov (freed on Tuesday) gathered at a court building in Moscow. Dmitry Serebryakov/AP hide caption

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Russian investigative journalist Ivan Golunov was freed days after he was accused of attempting to sell drugs. He's seen here inside the defendants' cage during a court hearing Saturday in Moscow. Vasily Maximov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. plays its first match of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup on Tuesday against Thailand in Reims, France. U.S. forward Carli Lloyd is seen here celebrating after scoring a goal against Mexico last month in Harrison, N.J. Steve Luciano/AP hide caption

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After she was detained, CIA officer Marti Peterson was taken to the KGB headquarters, Lubyanka, in central Moscow. She was held for four hours and kicked out of the Soviet Union the next day. She went on to work another 26 years for the CIA. H. Keith Melton Collection at the International Spy Museum hide caption

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H. Keith Melton Collection at the International Spy Museum

'Moscow Rules': How The CIA Operated Under The Watchful Eye Of The KGB

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The unfinished Sagrada Familia basilica was granted a building permit on Friday after going without one for 137 years. The church's foundation and the city of Barcelona came to a historic agreement, with the foundation agreeing to pay the city millions of dollars for the completion and preservation of the basilica. Pau Barrena/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The mobile library travels on one of its routes on the Outer Hebrides island of Lewis and Harris. For isolated residents, seeing the mobile librarian is sometimes the only human contact they may have for days. Celeste Noche hide caption

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