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To Publish or Not to Publish? Media Divided over Photos of Attackers

Does publishing the photographs of those responsible for terror attacks help glorify them and play into the hands of groups like the Islamic State?

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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.

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Acclaimed Egyptian Filmmaker Mohamed Khan Dies at 73

Celebrated Egyptian film director Mohamed Khan died in Cairo on Tuesday aged 73 after a prolific career making socially engaged films.

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Turkey to Rename Bosphorus Bridge after Failed Coup Victims

Turkey is to rename a bridge over the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul after the victims of the failed July 15 coup bid aimed at unseating President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the prime minister said on Monday.

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Hamas 'Summer Camp' Trains Young Gazans for War

As if from nowhere, a dozen young people surge out of a tunnel, Kalashnikov assault rifles in hand, to launch a surprise assault on a military post.

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Iran Destroys 100,000 Satellite Dishes

Iran destroyed 100,000 satellite dishes and receivers on Sunday as part of a widespread crackdown against the illegal devices that authorities say are morally damaging, a news website reported.

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Argentine Mothers Hold Mass Breastfeeding Protest

Hundreds of women turned out in Argentina to breastfeed in public Saturday, in protest at the removal of a mother for nursing publicly in a Buenos Aires square last week.

Waving signs that read "No repression; nursing is not up for discussion" and "My breasts, my rights; I'm not interested in your opinion," some 500 women demonstrated in support of Constanza Santos, who police took from the square for nursing her nine-month-old.

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Austrian City Wants to Banish Display of Turkish Flags

An Austrian mayor demanded on Friday that Turkish residents "immediately" stop displaying national flags in windows and on balconies, saying foreign politics had no place in his city.

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Syrians Harness Pokemon Frenzy to Depict Their Plight

A sad-eyed Pikachu Pokemon Go character sits amidst the rubble on a Syrian street, while a Charizard dragon from the smash hit game is perched alongside gun-toting jihadists.

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'New Plot' against Jerusalem Gay Pride Year after Attack

Israeli police said they had detected a new plot against Jerusalem's Gay Pride march to be held Thursday, a year after an ultra-Orthodox Jew killed a teenager and stabbed five other people.

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