Vivienne Walt

Time magazine

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Foreign correspondent for Time magazine

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EU elections: Marine Le Pen is victorious in France

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The bikini was initially called provocative for showing too much of a woman's body. The body-covering burkini's is provocative for different reasons.

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EgyptAir now confirms that  wreckage of a missing plane  has been found in the Mediterranean Sea.

EgyptAir Flight 804 Falls from the Sky

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