Vote clears path for mosque near ground zero
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Vote clears path for mosque near ground zero

A New York City panel has denied landmark status to a building near ground zero, freeing organizers to build an Islamic center and mosque there. The decision allows organizers to transform the 152-year-old building. (Aug. 3) (The Associated Press)

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