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    In their first 49 games of the season, Indiana led the Eastern Conference with a 39-10 record. In the 28 games since Feb. 9, they hold a 14-14 record and sit in second place in the conference with a 53-24 record.

     

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    by Hamada Hattab, Emad Drimly

     

    GAZA, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- The 55-year-old artist Nafez Aabed, who comes from western Gaza Strip, works on imitating artifacts back from ancient eras to help preserve heritage and civilizations of Palestine.

     

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