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Connie Yates, mother of critically ill baby Charlie Gard arrives at the Royal Court of Justice in London, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. A British judge is set to rule on where Charlie Gard, a baby with a rare genetic disease, will spend the last days of his life. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
Judge: Baby Charlie Gard will end life in hospice, not homeBritish judge rules that Charlie Gard will be transferred to a hospice and taken off life support unless his parents and a hospital agree on a care plan that could potentially keep the critically ill baby alive for a bit longer
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Masked militants from the Izzedine al-Qassam Brigades, a military wing of Hamas, march with their rifles during a parade against Israeli arrangements in a contested Jerusalem shrine, along the streets of Gaza City, Tuesday, July 25, 2017. Muslim leaders urged the faithful Tuesday to keep up their prayer protests and avoid entering a contested Jerusalem shrine, even after Israel dismantled metal detectors that initially triggered the tensions. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)
Top EU court moves to restore Hamas terror listingEU's top court says lower court shouldn't have removed Islamic militant group Hamas from EU's terror list
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Maronites can return to Cyprus villages held by Turkish armyAuthorities in the breakaway Turkish Cypriot north of ethnically divided Cyprus say they have lifted restrictions on Maronite Christians reclaiming homes and property in villages that are under military control
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VW directors mull cartel claims, no comment on detailsAutomaker Volkswagen says its management has informed its supervisory board about "the current situation regarding possible cartel law issues" following a report that Germany's biggest car makers colluded for years over diesel technology and other issues
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The Officers' mess inside the 107-year-old battleship "Georgios Averof" at it's berth at Trocadero marina in southern Athens on Wednesday, July 26, 2017. After three months of extensive maintenance and conservation work, a relic of the era of dreadnoughts is back in its berth in Athens, where it serves as a floating museum. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
Century-old warship returns to Athens after repairsAfter three months of extensive maintenance and conservation work, a 107-year-old battleship returned Wednesday to its berth in Athens, where it serves as a floating museum
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People gather for candle lit protest in front of the Supreme Court in Warsaw, Poland, Monday, July 24, 2017. Polish President Andrzej Duda announced earlier that he will veto two contentious bills widely seen as assaults on the independence of the judicial system, but the protesters demand a veto for a third bill. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
Poles protest EU comments and govt moves against top courtSmall group hold protests in Warsaw after the European Commission says door still open to triggering sanctions against Poland despite the Polish president's rejection of parts of a judiciary overhaul that limits the independence of the courts
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US dentist who searched for missing WWII soldiers dies in UKAuthorities in Britain say a dentist from New York who helped a U.S. organization search for American servicemen missing from World War II has died after scuba diving in the English Channel
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Vehicles drive in central London, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. To control air pollution, new diesel and petrol cars and vans could be banned in the UK from 2040. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Britain to ban sale of new diesel and gasoline cars by 2040Britain's government says it will ban the sale of new cars and vans using diesel and gas by 2040 as authorities move to tackle air pollution
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Italian Police check people during a blitz outside Milan’s main train station, Italy, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. Authorities have detained several dozen people  in response to an increasing public security issue as the city deals with a new wave of migrants.  (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
Police detain dozens of migrants in Milan train stationAuthorities have detained several dozen people outside Milan's main train station in response to an increasing public security issue as the city deals with a new wave of migrants
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Ukraine strips citizenship of ex-Georgia leader SaakashviliUkraine's president has rescinded the citizenship of Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia who moved to Ukraine to become leader of one of its most corruption-plagued regions and later resigned
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UK judge says critically ill baby Charlie Gard will be transferred to hospice if an end-of-life agreement is not reachedUK judge says critically ill baby Charlie Gard will be transferred to hospice if an end-of-life agreement is not reached
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UK judge in Charlie Gard case gives parties until noon Thursday to determine end of life plan for critically ill infantUK judge in Charlie Gard case gives parties until noon Thursday to determine end of life plan for critically ill infant
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A Canadair firefighting plane swoops down to refill its water tanks from the Mediterranean sea as it tries to put out wildfires in Le Lavandou, French Riviera, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. French authorities ordered the evacuation of up to 12,000 people around a picturesque hilltop town in the southern Cote d'Azur region as fires hopscotched around the Mediterranean coast for a third day Wednesday. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)
The Latest: Poor visibility hurts wildfire fight in PortugalEmergency services in Portugal are getting no respite from wildfires that are charring wide areas of forest
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Magdalena Freudenschuss, left, partner of Peter Steudtner and Laressa Dickey, wife of Swedish activist Ali Gharavi talk prior to an interview with the Associated Press in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, July 26, 2017. Steudtner of Germany and Gharavi of Sweden were arrested July 5 during a raid on a hotel where they were attending a digital security workshop. They were among six activists, also including Amnesty International's Turkey director Idil Eser, who were then jailed last week for allegedly aiding an unspecified armed terror group. (AP Photo/Ferdinand Ostrop)
Partners of jailed activists in Turkey demand their releaseThe partners of two human rights activists jailed in Turkey have appealed for their release on Wednesday, rejecting the terrorism accusations against the men as the German and Swedish governments protested to Turkey against their imprisonment
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People pay tribute at a murder site of prominent journalist Pavel Sheremet in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, July 20, 2017. Sheremet, 44, was killed in a car explosion last year. Despite promises from President Petro Poroshenko to solve the case, no progress is visible a year after the killing and Ukrainian journalists say the inaction leaves them feeling increasingly imperiled. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
Correction: Ukraine-Journalist Killed storyCorrection: Ukraine-Journalist Killed story
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