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Spotty internet and cell services, blackouts and the destruction of infrastructure in Gaza during Israel's war with Hamas have hampered aid and medical services and keeping in touch with loved ones.
Quilters have been copying patterns believed to have been used as signals for the Underground Railroad even though historians say they can't find any evidence they were used that way.
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The Apollo Chamber Players in Houston, Texas, create concerts in response to book banning, the refugee crisis, the war in Gaza and other world events. Thousands of people attend their performances.
Lawmakers in Pakistan's National Assembly elected Shehbaz Sharif as the country's new prime minister for the second time, as allies of imprisoned former premier Imran Khan shouted in protest.
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