Anti-Doping Report Details Years Of Misconduct Sponsored By Russian State

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U.N. Says Hundreds Of Men Missing After Trying To Escape Aleppo

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South Korea's President Park Geun-Hye attends an emergency Cabinet meeting on Friday in Seoul. Getty Images hide caption

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South Korea Impeaches President, But Political Drama Isn't Finished

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The singer Alsarah: "Sudanese people said I wasn't Sudanese enough. Arabs said I wasn't an Arab. Americans said I wasn't American. I used to be like, 'I don't belong anywhere! Now I'm like you're all mine. All my countries, you're all mine." Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Syrian pro-government forces stand amidst the rubble in old Aleppo's Jdeideh neighborhood on Friday. George Ourfalian/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Horror In Aleppo: Civilians Trapped As Syrian Government Tightens Siege

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Dutch parliament member Geert Wilders speaks last month in court in Schiphol, Netherlands, during the last day of his hate speech trial. Robin Van Lonkhuijsen /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Members of the media read through the pages of Richard McLaren's report looking into doping in Russian athletics, ahead of a press conference Friday in central London. Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Anti-Islam Dutch Politician Found Guilty Of Inciting Discrimination

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Thirty years ago, when the grass grew tall, cashmere goats made up 19 percent of all livestock in Mongolia. Since then, their numbers have skyrocketed to make up 60 percent today. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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How Your Cashmere Sweater Is Decimating Mongolia's Grasslands

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South Korean President Park Geun-hye is shown during a Nov. 29 televised address. The country's first female leader was impeached on Friday. AP hide caption

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South Korean Lawmakers Vote Overwhelmingly To Impeach President

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Russia's new Iskander system can be armed with nuclear warheads and can fire either ballistic (pictured) or cruise missiles. The Iskander-M missile launcher was used during a military exercise last month by the Russian Eastern Military District's 5th army at a firing range in Ussuriysk, Russia. Yuri Smityuk/TASS via Getty Images hide caption

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Syrian Regime Forces Advance Into Rebel-Held Areas Of Aleppo

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International Crisis Group Report Examines Women And Boko Haram

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Protesters carry a portrait of South Korea's President Park Geun-Hye during a rally against Park in central Seoul on Saturday. Hundreds of thousands of protestors marched in Seoul for the sixth straight week on December 3, to demand the ouster and arrest of scandal-hit President Park Geun-Hye ahead of an impeachment vote in parliament. Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South African surfer and sailor Chris Bertish practices in his 20-foot stand-up paddleboard, just days prior to his launch on Tuesday. Alan van Gysen/Courtesy of The SUP Crossing hide caption

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Samples from this 17th century Lithuanian mummy were found to house samples of variola, the virus that causes smallpox. Kiril Cachovski/Lithuanian Mummy Project hide caption

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A Mummy's DNA May Help Solve The Mystery Of The Origins Of Smallpox

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A baby dinosaur's tail is encased in amber along with ants, a beetle and plant fragments. Ryan McKellar/Royal Saskatchewan Museum hide caption

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