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"Crimes and Commissions", by Jelani Cobb: African-Americans are hemmed in between the dangers of crime and the perils of policing.
LETTER FROM GAZIANTEP
"The Vortex", by Robin Wright: A Turkish city has become America's gateway to the Middle East's most complicated war in a hundred years.
A REPORTER AT LARGE
"The Ride of Their Lives", by Burkhard Bilger: Children are preparing for the world's most dangerous organized sport.
"Fly Away", by James Wood: Triangles and treachery in Samantha Harvey's new novel.
THE CURRENT CINEMA
"The Outsiders", by David Denby: Reviews of Wild and Mr. Turner.
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