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This 1905 steam engine powered factories in Holland, Mich., for more than half a century (with a four-year break during the Great Depression). It now sits as a monument to the city's industrial heritage. Scott Horsley/NPR hide caption

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Michigan Town's Engine Shows It Could. Can It Again?

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Women in Kayseri, Turkey, hold national flags and posters at the funeral Thursday of Furkan Dogan, 19, the youngest of the nine activists killed in Monday's military takeover by Israeli forces of aid ships heading to the Gaza Strip. Anti-Israeli sentiment is high after the incident, and now threatens Israel's relations with Turkey, its only ally in the region. Burhan Ozbilici/AP hide caption

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Turkey Close To Severing Ties With Israel Over Raid

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