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Mayan indigenous people protest against the government of Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales on the day he gives an address to Congress in Guatemala City, Monday. Santiago Billy/AP hide caption

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Killings Of Guatemala's Indigenous Activists Raise Specter Of Human Rights Crisis

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Zimbabwe Government Cracks Down After People Protest Gasoline Prices

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Iranian Women Are Still Trying To Make Their Voices Heard In #MeToo Movement

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Venezuela Prepares For Nationwide Protests Opposing President Maduro

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U.S. Army War College Says 'Iran Was The Only Winner' In Study Of Iraq War

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Jason Rezaian speaks during the inauguration of the Washington Post headquarters on Jan. 28, 2016. Mandel Ngan /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Journalist Recounts The Absurdity And Torture Of 544 Days In Iran's Evin Prison

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Paul Whelan, the American who has been detained by Russia on suspicion of espionage, stands in a glass cage for a hearing in Moscow on Tuesday. Sefa Karacan/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. faces a Jan. 30 deadline to request extradition from Canada for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou (center) seen here leaving her home while out on bail in Vancouver. Ben Nelms/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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In this Dec. 12, 2012, file photo released by Korean Central News Agency, North Korea's Unha-3 rocket lifts off from the Sohae launch pad in Tongchang-ri, North Korea. In 2018, North Korea's government said it would destroy the facility. KCNA via AP hide caption

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Rebranded Trade Deal Gives Member Countries An Edge Over The U.S.

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Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian speaks at an opening ceremony for the new headquarters of the Washington Post on Jan. 28, 2016. Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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