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Fridge full of apricots...

Apricots have become my new biscuits!

No biscuits for two weeks (fasting), but apricots do just nicely :)

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#SCOTUS ruling in favor of #MarriageEquality, Countries outside America react!

by Christina Silaen, editing by Adam MS

The euphoria of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage equality is not only being celebrated in the U.S., outside America millions of people are now in hope for the whole world to probably have the same equality one day. 2,752 more words

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Turkey Uneasy as U.S. Support of Syrian Kurds Grows

ISTANBUL — The United States has stepped up its military support for Syrian Kurdish militias fighting the Islamic State, efforts that have angered Turkey, a longtime ally and NATO member, which is now weighing new measures to contain the ambitions of the Kurds, including a buffer zone within  189 more words

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Turkey - Lahmacun (Turkish "Pizza")

For our very first country we decided on Turkey, a country that is split between two continents—Europe and Asia. Turkey has a rich history, the capital city, Istanbul, was originally Constantinople the historical capital of the middle ages. 486 more words

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Day two: Small correction, I haven't actually been to Asia. Yet.

In an embarrassing turn of events, today I discovered that Caroline and I have not yet crossed to the Asian side of Istanbul. To do that, we would have crossed the Bosphorus Bridge. 887 more words

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