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From left, Jevgeni Dzjoegasjvili, Curtis Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, the grandsons of World War II leaders Joseph Stalin, Theodore Roosevelt and Churchill, meet in Maastricht, Netherlands for a conference to commemorate the Yalta agreement signed by their grandfathers 60 years ago as a foundation mark for modern Europe. Curtis Roosevelt, who lived in the White House as a child when his grandfather was president and worked for two decades at the U.N., died at 86 on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2016.
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Indian Border Security Force soldiers patrol near the India-Pakistan international border area at Gakhrial boder post in Akhnoor sector, about 48 kilometers from Jammu, India, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. India said Thursday it carried out "surgical strikes" against militants across the highly militarized frontier that divides the Kashmir region between India and Pakistan, in an exchange that escalated tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbors.
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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan inspects a military honour guard as he arrives to address the parliament in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. Erdogan hinted on Thursday that the three-month state of emergency declared following the failed July 15 coup could be extended to over a year.
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Pakistani border guards gesture while looking at their Indian counterpart during a daily border closing ceremony at sunset, at the Wagha border post, Pakistan, Saturday, Oct 1, 2016. A routine daily flag-lowering ceremony at an Indian-Pakistani border crossing has become a show of strength and patriotism on the Pakistani side thanks to simmering tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbors.
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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan inspects a military honour guard as he arrives to address the parliament in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. Erdogan hinted on Thursday that the three-month state of emergency declared following the failed July 15 coup could be extended to over a year.( AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)
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In this grab taken from video, french police spray protester using a water cannon, during a demonstration in Calais, France, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. French police have fired tear gas and water cannons on protesters defending migrants in the northern city of Calais as the government prepares to shut down the city's notorious migrant camp. (AP)
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Memorabilia decorates a wall in the home of Frank Gleason, 96, a retired colonel with the Office of Strategic Services, in Atlanta, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016. Legislation to recognize the contributions of a group of World War II spies is hung up in Congress. Some 75 years ago, the OSS carried out missions behind enemy lines in Nazi Germany and the Pacific theatre. Gleason's group was tasked with halting the Japanese advance into China. Gleason and his comrades did this by detonating bridges, railroad tracks and anything else. 'We just blew stuff up left and right,' said Gleason.
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Murray Greenfield, 90, speaks to his family about his time in a British detention camp in Cyprus at an exhibition about interned Jews at the Center of Visual Arts and Research in capital Nicosia, Cyprus. Anger gripped Murray Greenfield when he found himself locked up along with hundreds of Jewish Holocaust survivors in a British detention camp on the tiny island nation of Cyprus nearly 70 years ago.
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A woman holds a poster with the photograph of Spain's Socialist party leader Pedro Sanchez as she gathers with other people outside the party headquarters in Madrid, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. Spain's Socialist party is facing strong internal discord as they vote to decide if they will keep or oust their leader Pedro Sanchez, who has been leading opposition to acting conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's efforts to build a minority government and end a nine-month political deadlock.
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People attend the anti-government, pro-abortion demonstration in front of Polish Pariament in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016.
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A migrant woman crosses from Serbia to Hungary in Horgos, Serbia, Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. Hungarians will vote Sunday in a referendum which Prime Minister Viktor Orban hopes will give his government the popular support it seeks to oppose any future plans by the European Union to resettle asylum seekers among its member states.
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A burning car, after an explosion, in Mogadishu Somalia, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. A Somali police officer says a car bomb struck the entrance of a restaurant in the Somali capital Saturday, killing two people. Capt. Mohamed Hussein said that the blast occurred as Blue Sky restaurant which is close to the presidential palace was packed with diners.
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In this photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defense group known as the White Helmets, Syrians inspect damaged buildings after airstrikes by government helicopters on the rebel-held Aleppo neighborhood of Mashhad, Syria, Tuesday Sept. 27, 2016. A year after Russia waded into the war in Syria, aiming to flex its national security muscles and prop up beleaguered Syrian President Bashar Assad, Moscow appears no closer to one of its military goals: getting the U.S. to coordinate combat operations in the civil war. And prospects of a diplomatic resolution seem dim. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP)
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Students gather at the University of Cape Town as they protest for free education in Cape Town, South Africa. Grievances over economic inequities are fueling unrest that has forced the closure of some of South Africa’s most prominent universities, with the government alleging a radical minority has brought campuses to a standstill over financing of higher education.
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A woman holds a banner during a protest against Orban's policies regarding migrants in Budapest, Hungary, Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. Hungarians will vote Sunday in a referendum which Prime Minister Viktor Orban hopes will give his government the popular support it seeks to oppose any future plans by the European Union to resettle asylum seekers among its member states.
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte reviews an honor guard during a welcome ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi during his two-day visit to Vietnam. Israel's Foreign Ministry says it's "unfortunate" that Duterte chose to invoke Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust in his bloody anti-crime war. Spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon says Saturday, Oct. 1, Israel is convinced the Philippine president "will find a way to clarify his words." (Hoang Dinh Nam/Pool Photo via AP, File)
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Spain's Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez looks down as he gives an statement during an appearance before the press in the party headquarters in Madrid, Spain, Friday Sept. 30, 2016. A growing leadership battle has been raging within Spain's main opposition Socialist party and has threatened to tear the 137-year-old organization apart and hurl the country toward an unprecedented third election in a year. The party will hold a crucial federal committee on Saturday that may be unable to resolve the schism between those for and against leader Pedro Sanchez.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel prepares to sign the book of condolence for former Israeli President Shimon Peres at the embassy of Israel in Berlin, Germany, Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. (Michael Kappeler/Pool Photo via AP)
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Pope Francis, right, greets unidentified religious representatives at the end of a Mass in Tbilisi's stadium, Georgia, on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. The pontiff is traveling to Georgia and Azerbaijan for a three-day visit. (L'Osservatore Romano/Pool Photo via AP)