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The U.S. is taking custody of Islamic State detainees accused of executing American and other hostages. U.S.-China trade talks resume today. A sickle cell disease patient hopes gene-editing can help.

News Brief: ISIS Detainees, Trade Talks, Sickle Cell Treatment

By Rachel Martin NPR
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