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    Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who was freed two days earlier from a Russian jail, shouts patriotic slogans as she leaves her news conference in Kyiv, May 27, 2016.

    Ukrainian Pilot's Ambitions Could Spark Political Turmoil

    Nadiya Savchenko was elected to parliament while in captivity, fueling speculation about her plans, but her strong personality, idealism could make her a threat to those in power 

    FILE - A Turkish military helicopter flies at low altitude along a mountain in Cukurca, near the Iraqi border in southeastern Turkey, where thousands of Turkish troops had launched a ground and air offensive against PKK fighters, Oct. 21, 2011.

    Suspicions About Russian Support of PKK Grow in Turkey

    Sophisticated nature of missile used in attack on Turkish helicopter suggested Moscow's involvement, one analyst says 

    Migrants carry their belongings as they leave from a makeshift camp during a police operation at the Greek-Macedonian border near the northern Greek village of Idomeni, May 26, 2016.

    Refugees, Migrants Living in Abysmal, Sub-Standard Conditions in Greece

    UN refugee agency urges Greek government to move migrants, refugees from squalid makeshift sites on Greek border with Macedonia to better sites 

    FILE - A Pro-Brexit campaigner hands out leaflets at Liverpool Street station in London.

    G-7 Leaders Blast Potential British EU Exit in Closing Statement

    World leaders say Brexit could have disastrous effects on the global economy 

    Material to prevent Zika infection by mosquitoes are displayed at the 69th World Health Assembly at the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, May 23, 2016.

    World Health Assembly Boosts Rapid Emergency Response

    Reforms of the emergency health system have been under way for years, but it was West Africa's unprecedented Ebola epidemic that triggered a serious overhaul 



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    Video Migrants Continue Risky Travel as Greece Demolishes Border Camp

    Greek authorities Tuesday began moving thousands of migrants away from the makeshift camp at Idomeni on the Macedonian border. They are being taken to more permanent camps built farther inside Greece. As Henry Ridgwell reports, many of the refugees are seeking illegal routes to continue their journey to Western Europe in search of a better life.