ISIS Increasingly Recruiting Children To Carry Out Terrorist Acts

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Microcephaly Could Be Just The Tip Of The Effects Of Zika Virus

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Friendly, Delicious Rivalry Surrounding Jollof Rice

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This illustration depicts a yellow fever victim in a Jefferson Street home in Memphis. It's from a series of images entitled "The Great Yellow Fever Scourge — Incidents Of Its Horrors In The Most Fatal District Of The Southern States." Bettmann Archive hide caption

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The Chichu Art Museum, designed by celebrated Japanese architect Tadao Anda, is built mostly underground. Open courtyards and skylights bring in natural light. The island is internationally known for its works of modern art and architecture. Seiichi Ohsawa Courtesy of Benesse Art Site Naoshima hide caption

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People at leisure watch boats taking part in the sixth race of the Skutsjesilen competition, a traditional boat race of sailing yachts from several Frisian cities, in Elahuizen, on August 5. Siese Veenstra /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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World Scrabble champion Wellington Jighere, 33, (right) is one of Nigeria's many masters. His strategy: "When you are expecting me to do the traditional thing, I will just choose to do something that is uncharacteristic." Ofeibea Quist-Arcton/NPR hide caption

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And The No. 1 Scrabble Nation In The World Is ...

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Now Hiring: UK's First 'Night Czar' To Boost London Nightlife

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National Day Of Mourning Commences In Italy After Earthquake

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Germany Is Latest Country To Propose Burqa Ban

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Revisiting The Syrian Playbook After Obama

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Before Migrants Reach U.S., Mexico Deports Central Americans

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Aftershocks Continue In Central Italy After Devastating Quake

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'I Just Want To Go Swimming': Burkini Creator On French Ban

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After 4-Year Siege, Rebels And Families Evacuate Darayya, Syria

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A court-approved protest staged by Zimbabwe's opposition supporters seeking electoral reforms turned violent Friday in Harare when it was broken up by police. Zinyange Auntony /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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