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A policeman stands outside the shuttered entrance of the Finance Ministry, following a demonstration against government plans to expand the number of auctions of foreclosed properties, in central Athens on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. The sign above the door reads "Ministry of Auctions, Taxes, and Revenue Robbery." The rally was organized by a Communist labor union which promised to step up a campaign of disruption against property auctions.  (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
Protests in Greece swell against property auctionsGreece's powerful Communist Party has vowed to step up protests against online auctions of homes in mortgage default, adding pressure on the government which has promised bailout creditors it will speed up the process
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FILE - In this Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018, file photo, emergency personnel arrive at the scene of a deadly tour helicopter crash along the jagged rocks of the Grand Canyon, in Arizona. Authorities say four people who survived when a sightseeing helicopter crashed at the Grand Canyon earlier this month are still hospitalized in critical condition. Three British tourists were killed on Feb. 10, while the pilot and three other Britons were injured and taken to a Las Vegas trauma center. A hospital spokesman says the four are still listed in critical condition as of Sunday, Feb 18, 2018. (Teddy Fujimoto via AP, File)
Preliminary report: Sightseeing helicopter spun before crashA preliminary report says a sightseeing helicopter spun at least twice before crashing in the Grand Canyon, killing three British tourists and injuring three other tourists and the pilot
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2 French soldiers killed in Mali by explosive deviceTwo French soldiers have died in Mali when their armored vehicle was hit by an explosive device
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In this photo taken on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018, Lukasz Herba, left, talks to his lawyer Katia Kolakowska at a Milan court, Italy. A Polish man charged with kidnapping a British model for ransom has claimed she agreed to the ploy in a bid to boost her career. Lukasz Herba, testifying in his own defense at an Italian trial Wednesday, said 20-year-old Chloe Ayling didn't know that the kidnapping plot was afoot when she arrived in Milan for a modeling job in July. Herba said that he revealed it to her soon after, and that she agreed to it.  (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Polish kidnap suspect says British model agreed to plotA Polish man charged with kidnapping a British model for ransom says she agreed to the scheme in a bid to boost her career
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Vandalism, violent incidents mark Italy's election campaignActs of vandalism and violence are marking Italy's election campaign
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu waves during the opening ceremony for a bomb-proof emergency room in a hospital in Ashkelon, Israel, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)
State witness turning point in Netanyahu corruption caseNetanyahu's close confidant turns state witness, marking milestone in allegations threatening Israeli PM
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Watchdog group: Countries move too slowly against corruptionA watchdog group says corruption continues to be a global problem and the majority of counties are moving too slowly in their efforts to address it
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FILE - In this  Jan. 15, 2014, file photo, African female and child migrants protest in front of the UNHCR office demanding asylum and work rights from the Israeli government in Tel Aviv, Israel. Tens of thousands of Africans in Israel face jail if they do not accept an offer to relocate to an unnamed African country, while Uganda and Rwanda, widely presumed to be the likely destinations, have denied the existence of any agreement with Israel's government even though scores of migrants are believed to have already settled there. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty, File)
AP Exclusive: Migrant recounts his deportation from Israel'They force you to deport yourself:' Migrant deported by Israel back to Africa recounts ordeal
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FILE - In this  Jan. 15, 2014, file photo, African female and child migrants protest in front of the UNHCR office demanding asylum and work rights from the Israeli government in Tel Aviv, Israel. Tens of thousands of Africans in Israel face jail if they do not accept an offer to relocate to an unnamed African country, while Uganda and Rwanda, widely presumed to be the likely destinations, have denied the existence of any agreement with Israel's government even though scores of migrants are believed to have already settled there. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty, File)
AP Exclusive: Migrant recounts his deportation from Israel'They force you to deport yourself:' Migrant deported by Israel back to Africa recounts ordeal
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Workers remove a road sign that reads ''Alexander of Macedonia'' on the highway linking the capital Skopje with northern Greece, on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. Macedonian authorities have begun replacing road signs on the country's main highway named by the previous government after the ancient warrior king Alexander the Great, in a goodwill gesture toward neighboring Greece. (AP Photo)
Macedonia replaces road signs in goodwill gesture to GreeceMacedonian authorities have begun replacing road signs on the country's main highway named by the previous government after the ancient warrior king Alexander the Great, in a goodwill gesture toward neighboring Greece
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Paris Saint-Germain's soccer player Kylian Mbappe arrives for a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron and Liberia's recently-elected President George Weah at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, France, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. The French presidency said discussions will notably focus on launching a fund dedicated to sports projects in Africa. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
Liberia's new president pays visit to FranceFormer international soccer star George Weah meets with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris Wednesday
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UK Supreme Court: Police liable for failings in rapist caseBritain's Supreme Court says police can be held liable for failing to bring serious criminals to justice _ a ruling that could open U.K. forces to a wave of lawsuits from victims
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