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This week, on the 23rd anniversary of the fateful night that the Ferhadija Mosque in Banja Luka was blown up during the Balkan wars, the venerable building will be officially reopened after 15 years of painstaking construction work.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu had complained that some decisions in the ruling AKP party, which he leads, were not coordinated with him. But the reasons behind his planned resignation may go much deeper.
Since exploding on to the cage fighting circuit eight months ago, Zamzagul Fayzollanova has won every one of her bouts. The 23-year-old is Kazakhstan's first female mixed martial arts fighter, and has quickly become a force to be reckoned with.
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Near the Ukrainian village of Klevan, a humble train has created a tree tunnel that draws visitors from around the world.
Despite massive economic problems and alleged corruption, Putin remains wildly popular with rank-and-file Russians.
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