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Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori, 85, center, is driven out of prison by his children Keiko, center right, and Kenji, center left, after being released from prison in Callao, Peru, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2023.
Demonstrators at a rally in London wave Israeli flags and hold posters of Israeli hostages on Sunday during a protest over the United Nations' response to allegations of rape and other sexual crimes committed by Hamas militants during the Oct. 7 attacks.
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Darryl George, 18, will spend the remainder of the year in in-school suspension, extending a punishment that was first imposed in August over his hairstyle that district officials maintain violates their dress code policy.
Emmitt Glynn teaches to a group of Baton Rouge Magnet High School students on Jan. 30, in Baton Rouge, La. On Wednesday, the College Board released an updated framework for its new Advanced Placement African American Studies course, months after the nonprofit testing company came under intense scrutiny for engaging with conservative critics.
Mohammed AbuSafia came to the U.S. in July for a two-month medical program at the Cleveland Clinic, but he was stranded in the U.S. by the war in Gaza. At least 39 of his relatives have since been killed.
For decades, pilots have been reluctant to seek mental health care for fear of losing their licenses. At a safety forum Wednesday in Washington, pilots and safety experts urged federal regulators to reform rules that discourage pilots from getting treatment.
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Kate Cox and her husband were expecting their third child when they got a devastating fetal diagnosis last week. She is also having problems threatening her own health. A judge may decide if she can end her pregnancy on Thursday.
Ahmed Alnaouq is a journalist in London and the founder of the group We Are Not Numbers. Alnaouq lost more than 20 members of his own family on October 22 when a missile hit his home in southern Gaza.
Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi speaks to Prime Minister Christopher Luxon during the State Opening of Parliament on December 6 in Wellington, New Zealand. Luxon has called for the abolishment of tough anti-smoking measures — and the Māori Health Authority.
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Migrants cross the Rio Grande from Mexico near El Paso, Texas. A new law makes illegal entry into Texas from a foreign country a state crime. It also authorizes a state judge to order someone to return to Mexico after their arrest.
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Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks with reporters during a news conference at the Department of Justice on Wednesday as Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, right, looks on.
The Sycamore Gap tree drew visitors and fame to a section of Hadrian's Wall near Hexham, in northern England. It's seen here in June and, at bottom, after it was felled in September.
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