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  • Source: DHS secretary hints at possibly expanding laptop ban to US

  • A congressional aide who was in the room when Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly briefed lawmakers tells CNN the ban on electronics on certain US-bound flights from the Middle East and North Africa could expand not just to Europe, as is being discussed, but also to flights departing from the US to overseas.
  • Nelson Mandela Fast Facts

  • See CNN's Nelson Mandela Fast Facts for a look at the life of the Nobel Peace Prize winner and former president of South Africa.
  • What does it mean to be an Arab man?

  • Across Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories, 10,000 men and women were asked about gender equality in the Middle East and North Africa.
  • Early human species likely lived alongside us

  • It turns out that an ancient species of human, homo naledi, that sparked global headlines when it was discovered two years ago in South Africa, is a lot younger than the scientists thought and may have shared the world with modern humans.
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