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MOUNTAIN VIEW - Google has made it easier to search for GIFs and other animations on their Google image search engine.

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Enter your search term into Google images, click the search tools button and under Any Type, click animations on the drop down menu – voilà!

In celebration of this, here are some of our popular stories, as told by GIFs. Click the headlines for the stories!

Obama Lands In Israel: "Peace Must Come To The Holy Land":

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North Korean Hackers Suspected After Major Cyber Attack on South Korean Banks, TV Stations

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Pet-Taxi: Get Me To The Vet On Time

Ten Years After Iraq Invasion, Who Shall Be Held Accountable?

Cyprus Bailout Has Strings Attached - Well, It's About Time

Look Closely, Pope Francis' Reform Of The Catholic Church Has Already Begun

Hiking The Wonders Of The World Without Stepping Outside

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Why U.S. Vaccine Diplomacy In Latin America Makes "Good" Sense

Echoing its cultural diplomacy of the early 20th century, the United States is gifting vaccines to Latin America as part of a renewed "good neighbor'' policy.

Waiting to get the vaccine in Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico

Andrea Matallana

-Analysis-

BUENOS AIRES — Just before and during World War II, the United States' Good Neighbor policy proved a very effective strategy to improve ties with Latin America. Initiated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the policy's main goal was non-interference and non-intervention. The U.S. would instead focus on reciprocal exchanges with their southern neighbors, including through art and cultural diplomacy.

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