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September 26, 2014

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Muslim Khaloar Abdarahim holds a sign that reads "Not in my name" as he poses inside the Arrahma Mosque after Friday prayers in Nantes, France, after a gathering to remember French mountain guide Herve Gourdel. Thousands of French Muslims came together to protest the Islamic State, which many say does not represent their religion.
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Muslim Khaloar Abdarahim holds a sign that reads "Not in my name" as he poses inside the Arrahma Mosque after Friday prayers in Nantes, France, after a gathering to remember French mountain guide Herve Gourdel. Thousands of French Muslims came together to protest the Islamic State, which many say does not represent their religion.

A Kurdish Syrian refugee carries an infant after crossing the Turkish-Syrian border near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province. Nearly 140,000 Syrian Kurds have fled into Turkey since last week.
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A Kurdish Syrian refugee carries an infant after crossing the Turkish-Syrian border near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province. Nearly 140,000 Syrian Kurds have fled into Turkey since last week.

Soldiers patrol through the courtyard of the Louvre museum in Paris. France is considering whether to extend its airstrikes to Syria and is increasing security in public places after militants linked to the Islamic State group beheaded a French hostage.
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Soldiers patrol through the courtyard of the Louvre museum in Paris. France is considering whether to extend its airstrikes to Syria and is increasing security in public places after militants linked to the Islamic State group beheaded a French hostage.

A Cambodian rights activist (R) shouts slogans (short and memorable phrases) in front of police at a protest next to the Australian embassy in Phnom Penh. Australia plans to start sending asylum-seekers to Cambodia by the end of the year and will pay the Southeast Asian nation Aus$40 million (US$35 million) to accept them.
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A Cambodian rights activist (R) shouts slogans (short and memorable phrases) in front of police at a protest next to the Australian embassy in Phnom Penh. Australia plans to start sending asylum-seekers to Cambodia by the end of the year and will pay the Southeast Asian nation Aus$40 million (US$35 million) to accept them.

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