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It's a barren plot on the outskirts of Istanbul, its stony ground baking under the merciless summer sun. A single sign gives a macabre clue as to the intended use of the arid patch.
 
High school finals are always a terrifying prospect for Egyptian students. After cheat sheets were leaked this year, the exams turned into a nightmare for Mariam Khaled.
 
Clinton accepts historic nomination, slams Trump vision
Hillary Clinton on Thursday claimed her place in history as she became the first woman presidential nominee of a major US party, promising economic opportunity for all and rejecting Donald Trump's dark picture of America.
 
'No one has ever been more qualified to lead US': Obama on Clinton
President Barack Obama on Wednesday implored Americans to help Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump, warning the 2016 race was not just about politics, but the nature of U.S. democracy.
 
Russia announces aid operation for Syria's besieged Aleppo
Syria regime ally Russia on Thursday announced a "large-scale" aid operation to allow civilians and fighters to flee besieged Aleppo, as the president offered an amnesty to rebels who surrender.
 
French PM 'open' to interim ban on foreign funding of mosques
France's prime minister said Friday he was "open" to a temporary ban on the foreign financing of mosques, after a spate of attacks in the country claimed by jihadists.
 
Pope gets mystical with Poland's Black Madonna
Pope Francis visited Poland's most revered monastery Thursday, home to an ancient Catholic icon believed to work miracles, ahead of a trip by tram to meet young pilgrims from the world over.
 
Bavaria bomber 'in online chat' before attack
A 27-year-old Syrian asylum-seeker who blew himself up in the southern German town of Ansbach was chatting online with a still-unidentified person immediately before the explosion, Bavaria's interior minister said Wednesday.
 
Scientists find Zika antibodies in step toward vaccine
US researchers have identified antibodies in lab mice that may be able to prevent infection with the mosquito-borne Zika virus, in what they described Wednesday as a "significant step" toward a vaccine.
 
Bronx Zoo breeds 1st little penguin in its 120-year history
New York City's Bronx Zoo has bred a little penguin for the first time in its 120-year history.
 
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