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Our Women on the Ground takes readers to places few dare to go, like the eastern Aleppo home of Zaina Erhaim. The Syrian journalist's prized possession is her video camera, and she urges a friend to bring it to her at the hospital should her building be bombed and reduced to rubble.

She writes: "My camera, my passport, and I live or die together."

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In an emotional farewell for German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Christian Democratic Union party delegates gathered to elect a successor in Hamburg, the city where Merkel was born.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May now has formal backing from the European Union leaders on a Brexit deal. She's still got to sell it to her own country, though. Here she is speaking at a news conference in Brussels after a summit to iron out the agreement.

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Britain's effort to leave the European Union forces the country to reckon with the many ways Britain has woven into Europe. More than 300 years ago during a war, the British obtained Gibraltar with its famous rock at the mouth of the Mediterranean.

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