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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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Members of the search and rescue team from Miami search the rubble for missing persons at Fort Myers Beach, after Florida was hit by Hurricane Ian.

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Welcome to Tuesday, where North Korea reportedly fires a missile over Japan for the first time in five years, Ukrainian President Zelensky signs a decree vowing to never negotiate with Russia while Putin is in power, and a lottery win raises eyebrows in the Philippines. Meanwhile, Argentine daily Clarin looks at how the translation of a Bible in an indigenous language in Chile has sparked a debate over the links between language, colonialism and cultural imposition.

[*Assyrian, Syria]

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