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Blurring the Border, Turkey Deepens Roots in Northern Syria
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Muslims Attack Christian Homes in Egypt
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Blurring the Border, Turkey Deepens Roots in Northern Syria

By Sarah El Deeb

AL-BAB, Syria (AP) -- A newly paved road links the Turkish town of Elbeyli to the Syrian town of al-Bab, across the border. In al-Bab, Turkish and Syrian flags line the streets, and signs on government buildings are in Arabic and Turkish.

Muslims Attack Christian Homes in Egypt

Coptic houses were attacked in a village in Upper Egypt last week, after Copts objected to a group of young Muslim men swimming naked in a canal in front of their homes, as Coptic women sat outside. The incident took place on 4 June in the village of Tarshoub, in Beni Suef governorate.

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