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Sports Lesson: Don't Let Up Until The Game Is Officially Over

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Catalan Leader Fails To Clarify Stand On Independence

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After Coalition Talks, Kurz Expected To Be Austria's Next Prime Minister

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Catalan regional President Carles Puigdemont attends a ceremony commemorating the 77th anniversary of the death of Catalan leader Lluis Companys at the Montjuic Cemetery in Barcelona, Spain, on Sunday. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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Far-Right Expected To Win Austrian Elections

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Ireland, Post-Brexit: 1 Island, 2 Economies, Dozens Of Smuggling Routes

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Sebastian Kurz, Austria's foreign minister and leader of the conservative Austrian People's Party (OeVP), arrives at his party headquarters on Oct. 13 in Vienna. The OeVP is currently leading in polls. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Austria Election: Center-Right Party Head Likely Next Prime Minister

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People rally in Barcelona for Spain's National Day on Thursday, shouting against the independence of Catalonia. Andrea Baldo/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Ian Brady, seen here in police custody prior to a court appearance, was sentenced to life in prison after killing five children. William H. Alden/Getty Images hide caption

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Mayor Anne Hidalgo has called for an end to gas-powered vehicles in Paris by 2030, in favor of biking, transit, and electric cars. Here, cyclists and pedestrians on the Champs- Élysées during the city's "day without cars" on Oct. 1. Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Spain Celebrates National Day As Catalonia Questions Remain

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Spain Gives Catalonia's Separatist Leader An Ultimatum

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Spain Celebrates National Day Despite Catalan Crisis

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Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy speaks at the Spanish parliament in Madrid on Wednesday. Rajoy has asked Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont to confirm whether he has declared independence. Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images hide caption

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The Question In Spain: Did He Or Didn't He Declare Independence?

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In Spain, Catalan Separatist Leader Calls For Talks With Madrid

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Alexander Gauland, 76, and Alice Weidel, 38, are the leaders of the populist, anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party. They will both take seats in the country's Parliament later this month. John Macdougall/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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