President Barack Obama smiles as he looks over towards Cuban President Raul Castro during their meeting at the Summit of the Americas in Panama City, Panama on Saturday.
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A young boy runs past graffiti that's supportive of the self-declared Islamic State in a neighborhood in Ceuta. Analysts say a mix of religion, poverty and isolation have made Ceuta fertile ground for recruitment by the Islamic State.
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The Huntsville Greyhound station has been the gateway to the free world for hundreds of thousands of offenders who are released from The Walls, the Civil War-era red-brick prison, Monday through Friday.