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ajc.com
Some 2,000 march in downtown Atlanta following CharlottesvilleHundreds of people gathered in downtown Atlanta ahead of a march to the tomb of
ajc.com / Posted 10 hours ago
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Atlanta ahead of a march to the tomb of Martin Luther King Jr. Photo: Johnny Edwards/AJC Some 2,000 people marched from downtown Atlanta to the tomb of Martin Luther King, Jr. Saturday night, quietly filing... Read more
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ajc.com
More than 1,000 march in downtown Atlanta in Charlottesville’s wakeHundreds of people gathered in downtown Atlanta ahead of a march to the tomb of
ajc.com / Posted 12 hours ago
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Atlanta ahead of a march to the tomb of Martin Luther King Jr. Photo: Johnny Edwards/AJC Some 1,500 people began a march from downtown Atlanta to the tomb of Martin Luther King, Jr. on Auburn Avenue Saturday... Read more
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ajc.com
Rally and march in Atlanta on Saturday evening; conversation in DecaturSouthside of old courthouse in downtown Decatur in 2004. (KEITH HADLEY/AJC file
ajc.com / Posted 15 hours ago
Southside of old courthouse in downtown Decatur in 2004. (KEITH HADLEY/AJC file) A march in Atlanta, a conversation in Decatur: The aftershocks from Charlottesville are putting the issue of Confederate monuments on the streets here Saturday... Read more
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The Hindu
The rise and fall of Delhi’s only female monarchFor several months, her face was veiled/ — her sword’s ray flashed, lightning-l
The Hindu / Posted 16 hours ago
For several months, her face was veiled/ — her sword’s ray flashed, lightning-like, from behind the screen./ Since the sword remained in the sheath,/ Many rebellions were left unchecked./With a royal blow, she tore away the veil;/ She showed her... Read more
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Daily Star
North Korea reveals ancient royal tomb found deep underground in hermit stateINCREDIBLE: The remains of the King Suk Jong have lain undiscovered for 1,000 y
Daily Star / Posted 18 hours ago
INCREDIBLE: The remains of the King Suk Jong have lain undiscovered for 1,000 years The regime released an English-language statement revealing experts found the royal burial site of the Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392) in the order city of... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Long weekend movies, shows to watchMANILA, Philippines — Whether you are stying on the coach or looking for someth
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
MANILA, Philippines — Whether you are stying on the coach or looking for something to kill time on your way to a travel destination, here are some movies and shows to keep you company this coming long weekend and beyond. A new season of "A Taste of... Read more
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express
Gold brooch worth £10,000 dating back to the 15th century unearthed by metal detector A £10,000 GOLD brooch that was a gifted by one of the richest men in England
express / Posted 3 days ago
A £10,000 GOLD brooch that was a gifted by one of the richest men in England to his wife 550 years ago has been unearthed by a metal detectorist. A metal... Read more
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express
The Last Tudor: New novel examines Elizabeth I and the threat to her throne THE story of the sisters of the Nine Days Queen, Lady Jane Grey, was hidden b
express / Posted 5 days ago
THE story of the sisters of the Nine Days Queen, Lady Jane Grey, was hidden by history. But as I discovered in my triple biography The Sisters Who Would Be Queen they were... Read more
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New York Post
Venezuelan bank’s townhouse sale got a boost from rezoningThe $30 million price tag for a six-story, landmarked townhouse in Midtown that
New York Post / Posted 5 days ago
The $30 million price tag for a six-story, landmarked townhouse in Midtown that was purchased on Friday by developer Soho China from a Venezuela-owned bank got a boost from the Midtown East rezoning. While the sale of the 13,349-square-foot mansion... Read more
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walesonline
Welshman who killed a king is to be honoured in his hometownThe man who changed the course of British history at the Battle of Bosworth fie
walesonline / Posted 5 days ago
The man who changed the course of British history at the Battle of Bosworth field 532 years ago this week is to be honoured in his Welsh hometown. Sir Rhys ap Thomas has gone down in history as the man whose battleaxe sliced the head off the last... Read more
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walesonline
Town where king slayer is entombed will fly flag for Battle of Bosworth daySir Rhys ap Thomas, whose tomb is housed within St Peter’s Church, and who is r
walesonline / Posted 5 days ago
Sir Rhys ap Thomas, whose tomb is housed within St Peter’s Church, and who is reputed to have been responsible for the death of Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth. The death blow on August 19, 1485, changed British history by ushering in the age... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Monday Musings: Visit to African-American Museum a moving experienceSometimes sports isn’t the point. I visited the new African-American Museum of
The Middletown Press / Posted 6 days ago
Sometimes sports isn’t the point. I visited the new African-American Museum of History and Culture last week. It is stunning, magnificent, inspiring, moving and, well, I’ve run out of words. Prior to last week, I visited three places in my life... Read more
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Daily Star
Shock claims Great Pyramid reveals EXACT DATE of end of world…and it’s NEXT MONTHThe massive structure – the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World –
Daily Star / Posted 6 days ago
The massive structure – the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – has baffled and mystified people for centuries. Almost 5,000 years after it was finished, experts are still unable to agree how it was built – with some suggesting it was... Read more
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express
Ancient Egypt ruled by GIANT pharaoh as 4,700-old remains foundto scientists who discovered a huge pharaoh. Ancient Egypt ruled by GIANT phar
express / Posted 10 days ago
to scientists who discovered a huge pharaoh. Ancient Egypt ruled by GIANT pharaoh as 4,700-year-old remains found The 4,700-year old skeletal remains are believed to be that of the Third Dynasty ruler Sanakht who towered over the people he... Read more
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Daily Mail
English prince exonerated for massacre committed 637 years agoprince who was blamed for 637 years for a massacre is finally exonerated by his
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
prince who was blamed for 637 years for a massacre is finally exonerated by historian who says it was actually committed by the FRENCH The Black Prince has been villified for centures for massacre in Limoges, France More than 3,000 people were... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fascinating photos show Iraq long before ISISIraq long before ISIS: Colourised photos from half a century ago bring the now
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Iraq long before ISIS: Colourised photos from half a century ago bring the now war ravaged country to life and show a shrine that would later be destroyed by the terror group The images, which date back to the early 1900s all the way through to... Read more
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Business Standard India
How eclipses were regarded as omens in the ancient worldSolar and lunar eclipses For an eclipse to take place, three celestial bodies
Business Standard India / Posted 11 days ago
Solar and lunar eclipses For an eclipse to take place, three celestial bodies must find themselves in a straight line within their elliptic orbits. This is called a syzygy, from the Greek word “súzugos,” meaning yoked or paired. From our viewpoint... Read more
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Daily Mail
The 6 foot one Pharaoh who could be world's oldest case of GigantismThe six foot one Pharaoh who could be the world's oldest case of Gigantism Rem
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The six foot one Pharaoh who could be the world's oldest case of Gigantism Remains believed to belong to King Sanakht who ruled during the third Dynasty He would have towered over the average 5 foor 4 Egyptian Believed he suffered from the... Read more
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/Film
Game of Thrones Review: Was This the Best Episode Ever?(In our coverage of Game of Thrones season 7, we’ll be examining each episode w
/Film / Posted 12 days ago
(In our coverage of Game of Thrones season 7, we’ll be examining each episode with one simple question in mind – which character is winning the game of thrones this week?) As the internet made abundantly clear it the run-up to its premiere, “The... Read more
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iafrica.com
Egyptologists go high tech to unlock mysteriesThe pyramids of Giza. Credit: pixabay.com From the Giza pyramids to the pharao
iafrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
The pyramids of Giza. Credit: pixabay.com From the Giza pyramids to the pharaonic tombs of Luxor, Egypt's ancient monuments are holding onto mysteries which researchers now aim to unravel with cutting edge technology. For more than 200 years since... Read more
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11 News Houston
‘Game of Thrones' power rankings, episode 704 ‘The Spoils of War'Previously on Game of Thrones power rankings: The mother of dragons and the Kin
11 News Houston / Posted 12 days ago
Previously on Game of Thrones power rankings: The mother of dragons and the King of the North meet for the first time…Cersei’s ruthlessness returns as she enacts revenge on House Dorne…Bran Stark The Three-Eyed Raven returns to arrives at... Read more
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International Business Times
Elusive pharaoh of ancient Egypt is the oldest known giant in the world The ancient pharaoh Sa-Nakht, who ruled Egypt around 4,700 years ago, may be th
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
The ancient pharaoh Sa-Nakht, who ruled Egypt around 4,700 years ago, may be the oldest known human giant, scientists have said. Analyses of his supposed skeletal remains have revealed that he would have been extremely tall for his time – about 1.87... Read more
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Perth Now
Who is dead in Game Of Thrones?IT’S the shortest episode of the season but Spoils Of War packed a tonne of eve
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
IT’S the shortest episode of the season but Spoils Of War packed a tonne of events in and was more of a blast than a burst of fire from an angry dragon. Get set for some huge spoilers as we look through what happened. There were some great... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Who is dead in Game Of Thrones?Shock end to Episode 4 of GoT: Who has been killed? | Daily Telegraph IT’S the
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Shock end to Episode 4 of GoT: Who has been killed? | Daily Telegraph IT’S the shortest episode of the season but Spoils Of War packed a tonne of events in and was more of a blast than a burst of fire from an angry dragon. Get set for some huge... Read more
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News.com.au
Who is dead in Game Of Thrones?IT’S the shortest episode of the season but Spoils Of War packed a tonne of eve
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
IT’S the shortest episode of the season but Spoils Of War packed a tonne of events in and was more of a blast than a burst of fire from an angry dragon. Get set for some huge spoilers as we look through what happened. There were some great... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Crystal clearAlthough not a great river, the Crystal is still a very good place to spend a d
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
Although not a great river, the Crystal is still a very good place to spend a day with a fly rod Gary Evans finds some solitude on a stretch of the Crystal River near Redstone. The Crystal offers plenty of fish to catch and the lack of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Chambers reveal pyramid’s secretThe Great Pyramid of Giza: mysterious chambers reveal secrets | Daily Telegraph
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
The Great Pyramid of Giza: mysterious chambers reveal secrets | Daily Telegraph The Great Pyramid of Giza is hiding mysterious chambers that could be about to reveal their secrets THE Great Pyramid of Giza could be about to give up a secret it has... Read more
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Gulf News
Egyptologists go high tech to unlock ancient mysteriesScientists use infrared thermography and muography — a technique that records i
Gulf News / Posted 14 days ago
Scientists use infrared thermography and muography — a technique that records images using muon particles CAIRO — From the Giza pyramids to the pharaonic tombs of Luxor, Egypt’s ancient monuments are holding onto mysteries which researchers now aim... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Chambers reveal pyramid’s secretTHE Great Pyramid of Giza could be about to give up a secret it has been hiding
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
THE Great Pyramid of Giza could be about to give up a secret it has been hiding for more than 4,000 years. Scientists say there is hidden “recess” lurking within the Great Pyramid — and they could be about to pinpoint exactly where it is. Also... Read more
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Herald Sun
Chambers reveal pyramid’s secretTHE Great Pyramid of Giza could be about to give up a secret it has been hiding
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
THE Great Pyramid of Giza could be about to give up a secret it has been hiding for more than 4,000 years. Scientists say there is hidden “recess” lurking within the Great Pyramid — and they could be about to pinpoint exactly where it is. Also... Read more
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News.com.au
Mysterious chambers reveal pyramid’s secretExperts think they’re on the verge of solving a mystery hidden deep inside this
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
Experts think they’re on the verge of solving a mystery hidden deep inside this awe-inspiring wonder of the ancient world. THE Great Pyramid of Giza could be about to give up a secret it has been hiding for more than 4,000 years. Scientists say... Read more
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CTV News
Egyptologists go high tech to unlock ancient mysteriesFor more than 200 years since Napoleon Bonaparte landed in Egypt with a retinue
CTV News / Posted 15 days ago
For more than 200 years since Napoleon Bonaparte landed in Egypt with a retinue of scholars who laid the groundwork for modern Egyptology, experts have used science to unlock the secrets of the country's ancient treasures. In the 21st century, the... Read more
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Daily Mail
The Great Pyramid of Giza could be hiding a secret 'recess'Is there a hidden chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza? Researchers say they ar
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Is there a hidden chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza? Researchers say they are on the verge of finding a secret 'recess' in the ancient wonder of the world A project is using infrared thermography to find this hidden chamber Experts are also... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Community calendar: festivals, fairs and moreONGOING Daily activities include baby gorilla Yola in the gorilla exhibit, 12:3
The Seattle Times / Posted 16 days ago
ONGOING Daily activities include baby gorilla Yola in the gorilla exhibit, 12:30 p.m. daily, weather permitting; the baby giraffe born June 20 and her mom, Tufani, have the choice to go outside their barn when they want to, so there’s no viewing... Read more
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Evening Standard
Grace Dent on Nobu Shoreditch: I’d have been better fed if I’d been kidnappedOne of my special skills, learned via Grace & Flavour, is the ability to whip t
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
One of my special skills, learned via Grace & Flavour, is the ability to whip through an absolute stack of money and leave a restaurant actually hungry; my credit card violated hard from behind, my gastric lining barely skimmed. Think of me as the... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
ISIS threat looms over Manila meetTHE United States, one of three nations which provided surveillance aircraft fo
Manila Standard Today / Posted 17 days ago
THE United States, one of three nations which provided surveillance aircraft for the government in Marawi City, envisions a dangerous level of threats from the Islamic State to the Philippines and other Asian countries, a senior official from... Read more
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Sun Star
Tales from my feet: the Gyeongyu in my MindGYEONGYU, a Unesco World Cultural Heritage City, is located in the North Gyeong
Sun Star / Posted 17 days ago
GYEONGYU, a Unesco World Cultural Heritage City, is located in the North Gyeongsang Province of South Korea. About 370 kilometers southeast of Seoul, we took a five-hour bus ride to get there straight from Incheon Airport. Relatively unknown to... Read more
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Daily Mail
King Tutankhamun slept on a CAMP BED 3,300 years agoWas the camp bed first invented for King Tutankhamun? Archaeologists reveal 3,3
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Was the camp bed first invented for King Tutankhamun? Archaeologists reveal 3,300-year-old frame has sophisticated folding mechanism making it easier to transport Researchers have analysed a model of King Tutankhamun's bed They suggest it was the... Read more
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Variety
Wim Wenders’ ‘Submergence’ to Open 65th San Sebastian Festival“Submergence,” a Germany-France-Spain-U.S. co-production, which screens at Toro
Variety / Posted 18 days ago
“Submergence,” a Germany-France-Spain-U.S. co-production, which screens at Toronto prior to San Sebastian, competes in the Spanish festival’s Official Section for its top Golden Shell award. The festival has announced that Wenders and Vikander will... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
King Tut Exhibit at the St. Louis Science CenterST. LOUIS – The King Tut Exhibit at the STL Science Center is a must see! Walk
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 20 days ago
ST. LOUIS – The King Tut Exhibit at the STL Science Center is a must see! Walk in the footsteps of archaeologist Howard Carter and experience the tomb and all its treasure as they were at the moment of discovery. The special exhibition features a... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
King Tut Exhibit at the St. Louis Science CenterST. LOUIS – The King Tut Exhibit at the STL Science Center is a must see! Walk
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 20 days ago
ST. LOUIS – The King Tut Exhibit at the STL Science Center is a must see! Walk in the footsteps of archaeologist Howard Carter and experience the tomb and all its treasure as they were at the moment of discovery. The special exhibition features a... Read more
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express
UK summer forecast: Was St Swithin right all along? – STEPHEN RIGLEY asksSwithin right all along? – STEPHEN RIGLEY asks WE WERE expecting this year wou
express / Posted 21 days ago
Swithin right all along? – STEPHEN RIGLEY asks WE WERE expecting this year would be so different. Today, as we look out the window on yet another blustery landscape punctuated by a bit of sunshine and a lot of showers, the sweltering start to... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
When Fidel Castro came to Houston to eat barbecue and schmooze with localsThis week in 1959 the elite of Houston welcomed a polarizing figure to the city
Houston Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
This week in 1959 the elite of Houston welcomed a polarizing figure to the city, a man who would be demonized the next half of the century and become known as one of the biggest enemies of the republic. The 32-year-old Fidel Castro came to Houston... Read more
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The Jewish Press
1 Injured in Stoning Attack Near TekoaThe Jewish Press | 5 Av 5777 – July 27, 2017An Israeli driver was injured Thursday evening in a stoning attack by Arab terr
The Jewish Press / Posted 23 days ago
An Israeli driver was injured Thursday evening in a stoning attack by Arab terrorists near the Jewish community of Tekoa in eastern Gush Etzion. The driver’s vehicle came under a hail of rocks while traveling past the Arab village of Tuqu’a, near... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Glorious Ethio-Turkish RelationsThe Ethio-Turkish relationship is flourishing to a new dimension in the areas o
AllAfrica.com / Posted 24 days ago
The Ethio-Turkish relationship is flourishing to a new dimension in the areas of investment, trade, development cooperation, humanitarian assistance and cooperation in the international arena. The Ethiopian Herald has had a short stay with the... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Jerusalem, our holy cityIts very name makes your heart skip a beat. A wave of spirituality floats throu
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 25 days ago
Its very name makes your heart skip a beat. A wave of spirituality floats through the air at the thought of this holiest of cities. All three Abrahamic religions dream of a pilgrimage to this sacred spot, to walk the same narrow cobblestone streets... Read more
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The Washington Times
TRAVEL: Dallas offers BBQ, Tex-Mex, JFK centennial history as well as craft beerANALYSIS/OPINION: Since everything is bigger in Texas, perhaps it’s little won
The Washington Times / Posted 26 days ago
ANALYSIS/OPINION: Since everything is bigger in Texas, perhaps it’s little wonder Dallas residents call their hometown “the Big D.” The Lone Star State’s third-largest city by population has seen history both glorious and ignominious since John... Read more
28d
Mashable
10 pop culture references hiding in the 'Ready Player One' trailerThe first trailer for Steve Spielberg's virtual reality epic Ready Player One h
Mashable / Posted 28 days ago
The first trailer for Steve Spielberg's virtual reality epic Ready Player One has just landed and the response has been positive so far. But for those who aren't familiar with the book the film is based on, they might wonder why there are so many... Read more
29d
Daily Mirror
Mystery of the vanishing wife of Tutankhamun could finally be solvedTogether they formed Egypt's highest power during their reign as they ruled, af
Daily Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
Together they formed Egypt's highest power during their reign as they ruled, after being married and crowned as children. But after King Tut died in his late teens, his young wife Ankhesenamun almost vanished into relative obscurity. Some records... Read more
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The Forward
Let My People Pray At The Temple Mount — It Will Teach Palestinians A LessonThis past Wednesday, I ascended to the Temple Mount, as I have done many scores
The Forward / Posted 30 days ago
This past Wednesday, I ascended to the Temple Mount, as I have done many scores of times, and, following the police security check, was permitted to enter the compound Muslims call the Haram A-Sharif, the Noble Sanctuary. The precincts were empty,... Read more
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