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Mourners light candles and lay wreaths in memory of slain Italian graduate student Giulio Regeni, in front of the Italian embassy in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. Regeni disappeared on Jan. 25, the anniversary of Egypt's 2011 uprising. He was found this week with multiple stab wounds, cigarette burns and other signs of torture on the outskirts of Cairo, Egyptian officials said.
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American flags fly at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street, July 6, 2015. World stock markets were uneven Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, as investors awaited U.S. job numbers that could influence how much the Fed raises interest rates this year. Japanese shares sagged on the strengthening yen.
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Obama Basks In New Job Numbers
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, welcomes the Prime Minister of Portugal, Antonio Costa, right, for a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Friday, Feb. 5, 2016.
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A lawyer waves his tie as others shout shout slogans during a 24-hour nationwide general strike in Athens. Combine a rapidly aging population, a depleted work force and leaky finances and any country’s pension system would be in trouble. For debt-hobbled, unemployment-plagued Greece, it’s a nightmare.
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Chauffeurs, one holding the French flag, drive their vehicles during a demonstration in Paris, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. Hundreds of French chauffeurs are staging a counter-protest after repeated demonstrations by taxi drivers against looser industry regulations. Tensions have mounted between taxis and chauffeured car services like Uber throughout Europe, with taxis claiming the smartphone-based services are operating outside of the law.
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The New York Stock Exchange. U.S. stocks opened slightly lower early Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016, as retail companies slipped. Energy stocks climbed early as the price of crude oil recovered.
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A ferry is docked as a man prepares to fish during a 24-hour general strike at the Athens' port of Piraeus, Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. Services across the country have ground to a halt as Greeks walk off the job in a massive general strike that cancelled flights, ferries and public transport, shut down schools and pharmacies and left public hospitals with emergency staff.
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Martin Shkreli Pleads 5th Amendment at Hearing
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Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, speaks during the quarterly Inflation Report press conference, in London, Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. The Bank of England policymakers have voted to keep interest rates at their record low of 0.5 percent as Governor Mark Carney unveils economic forecasts for Britain. (Niklas Halle'n, Pool Photo via AP)
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CEO of Daimler AG Dieter Zetsche waits for the beginning of the company's annual press conference in Stuttgart, Germany, Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016.
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The President of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi speaks during a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany. Draghi will speak at a conference on banking regulation in Frankfurt Wednesday Feb. 4. 2016.
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Ren Jianxin, Chairman of ChemChina (China National Chemical Corporation), speaks during the annual press conference of agrochemical company Syngenta in Basel, Switzerland on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. The Chinese state-owned chemical maker offered to buy Swiss pesticide giant Syngenta for US $43 billion in what would be the biggest-ever foreign acquisition by a Chinese company. Syngenta AG said its board is recommending shareholders accept the offer from ChemChina. (Georgios Kefalas/Keystone via AP)
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A hole is photographed in a plane operated by Daallo Airlines as it sits on the runway after an emergency landing at the airport in Mogadishu, Somalia Tuesday Feb. 2, 2016. Officials at Somalia's civil aviation authority said Wednesday Feb. 3, 2016 that they had found no evidence so far of a criminal act in an explosion in an airliner which took off from Mogadishu's airport and returned for an emergency landing. (Awale Kullane, via AP)
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Clinton Takes on Sanders Over Progressive Creds
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A woman leave her tent, as migrants and refugees wait allowance to continue their trip to southern Macedonia, near the northern Greek village of Idomeni, on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. Police in northern Greece late Tuesday said 5,000 refugees and migrants were gathered at or near the border with Macedonia, where authorities continued to provide limited access at a frontier barrier built in November.
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A poster reads "Chauffered cars mourning" during demonstration in Paris, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. Hundreds of French chauffeurs are staging a counter-protest after repeated demonstrations by taxi drivers against looser industry regulations. Tensions have mounted between taxis and chauffeured car services like Uber throughout Europe, with taxis claiming the smartphone-based services are operating outside of the law.
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A Wall Street street sign is framed by a giant American flag hanging on the facade of the New York Stock Exchange. Global stock markets were having another lackluster day Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016, amid ongoing worries over the state of the world economy, which has piled the pressure on oil prices in particular.
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Workers assmble the Ford Fiesta at the production line of the car manufacturer Ford in Cologne, Germany. Ford Motor Co. is looking to cut hundreds of managerial jobs in Europe and phase out less profitable models as it seeks to improve slender profit margins there. The company said in a statement Wednesday that it was offering a "voluntary separation program" aimed at cutting administrative expenses and to save an additional $200 million annually. The job cutbacks will hit Ford's roughly 10,000 managers, mostly in Germany and Britain. The company says the numbers depend on how many people accept separation offers, but that several hundred are expected to. Ford Motor Co. is looking to cut hundreds of managerial jobs in Europe and phase out less profitable models as it seeks to improve slender profit margins there. The company said in a statement Wednesday that it was offering a "voluntary separation program" aimed at cutting administrative expenses and to save an additional $200 million