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Secretary of State George Shultz, center, walks with President Reagan and Vice President George Bush on his arrival at the White House in January 1985 after two days of arms talks with the Soviet Union in Geneva. Shultz died Saturday at the age of 100. Barry Thumma/AP hide caption

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Thousands of people rallied against the military takeover in Yangon, Myanmar's most populous city, on Sunday. They demanded the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, whose elected government was toppled by the army that also imposed an Internet blackout. AP hide caption

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After a portion of the Nanda Devi glacier broke off in northern India on Sunday, people inspect a site near a damaged hydropower project at Reni village in Chamoli district in the country's Uttarakhand state. AP hide caption

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A portrait of the late Dr. Li Wenliang at his hospital in Wuhan, China. Li was a whistleblower in the early days of the country's coronavirus pandemic and died of COVID-19 on Feb. 7, 2020. Stringer/Getty Images hide caption

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Dear Dr. Li: Chinese Netizens Confess To The Late Coronavirus Whistleblower

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People make three-finger salutes during an anti-coup march on Saturday in Yangon, Myanmar. Getty Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Myanmar Blocks Facebook, Twitter As Anti-Coup Protests Grow

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Participants of an unauthorized protest in Moscow rally Jan. 23 against the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: Alexei Navalny Fights For Freedom Of Expression In Putin's Russia

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The Good Girls: An Ordinary Killing, by Sonia Faleiro Grove Press hide caption

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'The Good Girls' Aims To Uncover The Story Behind The Deaths Of Two Indian Girls

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A Moroccan nurse holds a syringe containing a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Jan. 29. Morocco is one of the many countries that will receive COVID-19 doses as part of the COVAX initiative. Fadel Senna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Global Initiative To Start Shipping Vaccines To Africa, Where Supplies Are Low

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The Polish Consulate in St. Petersburg, Russia, is pictured in 2015. Russia said on Friday it had expelled diplomats from Poland, Germany and Sweden over their alleged participation in a pro-Navalny demonstration. Dmitry Lovetsky/AP hide caption

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Sergei Smirnov, pictured being detained at a "solo protest" in May 2020, was sentenced to 25 days in jail on Wednesday for allegedly calling on people to protest through a Twitter repost. Vladimir Gerdo/Vladimir Gerdo/TASS hide caption

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President Xi Jinping of China is seen on a CGTN archive program as it plays on a computer monitor in London. The U.K.'s Ofcom says Star China Media Limited, which holds the license for China Global Television Network (CGTN) doesn't have day-to-day editorial control over the channel, which is against its rules. Leon Neal/Getty Images hide caption

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People wear face masks on a shopping street in Gaza City in January. Ahmad Salem/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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In Gaza, Pandemic Forces Tough Choices And Health Care System Hangs By A Thread

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Tokyo Olympics organizing chief Yoshiro Mori apologized at a news conference on Thursday, one day after making sexist comments that prompted a swift backlash in and beyond Japan. Kim Kyung-Hoon/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dr. Eugene Richardson in a helicopter during the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, where he worked as a clinical lead for Partner in Health's response to the outbreak. He is the author of the new book Epidemic Illusions: On the Coloniality of Global Public Health. Katie Barron hide caption

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