People react after an explosion in Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey. Gaziantep province Gov. Ali Yerlikaya said the deadly blast, during a wedding near the border with Syria, was a terror attack. Eyyup Burun/AP hide caption

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Turkish Officials Say At Least 50 Killed, Scores Injured In Wedding Bombing

The blast ripped through the celebration in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep on Saturday. The Turkish deputy prime minister says the attack appears to have been the work of a suicide bomber.

Originally from Limbe, Cameroon, Imbolo Mbue moved to the U.S. to go to college. She began writing Behold the Dreamers after she lost her job in the financial crisis. Kiriko Sano/Penguin Random House hide caption

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Debut Novel Takes On The American Dream ... Racism, Recession And All

Like the protagonists in her novel, Imbolo Mbue came to the U.S. from Cameroon. She says the recession "laid bare a lot about the way in which the American dream is not that accessible to everybody."

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Turkish Officials Say At Least 54 Killed, Scores Injured In Wedding Bombing

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Debut Novel Takes On The American Dream ... Racism, Recession And All

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Trump's Appeal To Black Voters May Repeat Past Mistakes Of GOP Outreach

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