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Iraqi Kurdish soldiers, or peshmerga, patrol an area in the recently recaptured town of Zumar, near Mosul in northern Iraq on Oct. 29. When the Islamic State captured the town in August, the Kurds fled. Now that the Kurds are in control, the Arabs are all gone. STR/EPA /LANDOV hide caption

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In A Back-And-Forth Battle, An Iraqi Town Splits On Ethnic Lines

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A bicycle messenger struggles through the snow in downtown Cleveland on Friday. Mark Duncan/AP hide caption

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Yes, The Weather Is Polar. No, It's Not The Vortex

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One of the four non-profits to benefit from the Google matching campaign is Doctors Without Borders, which held an Ebola training program last week in Amsterdam. Jasper Juinen/Getty Images hide caption

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Google Asks Users To Help Fight Ebola — And They Answer With Cash

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Shinichi Suzuki makes a rare visit to Britain in 1980 to demonstrate the method he developed for learning to play the violin. Ian Tyas/Getty Images hide caption

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'Twinkle' Sparks Fireworks As Fiddler Guts Violin Method

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Milton's Mary's Turn also features Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas paintings hanging on the wall. Click here for a closer look. Courtesy of Peter Milton hide caption

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For One Artist, Colorblindness Opened Up A World Of Black And White

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During a 1938 vacation to his hometown, Glenn Kurtz's grandfather filmed the townspeople of Nasielsk, a Jewish community in Poland, just before World War II. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum hide caption

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Family Film Offers Glimpse Of 'Three Minutes In Poland' Before Holocaust

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