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Police are filing formal murder charges Monday in the beheading of a woman at a food distribution center in an Oklahoma City suburb.
Hundreds of Palestinians are missing and may have drowned as boats carrying them away from the Gaza Strip sank in the Mediterranean.
As the U.S. continues strikes on the Islamic State, some former Muslims are challenging the president's claim that the group is not Islamic. They say say the practices embraced by ISIS come straight from the Koran.
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