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Ten Things that Caught My Eye Today (Sept. 28, 2016)

1. This is something special: The greatness of Shimon Peres, in one hilarious video (Hebrew with English subtitles): — Bret Stephens (@StephensWSJ) September 28, 2016 R.I.P. 2. Marco Rubio’s tribute to Marlins’ pitcher Jose Fernandez, who died in a boating accident this weekend: R.I.P. 3. Pope Francis draws attention to Aleppo. 4. A Hollywood spotlight on South Sudan’s horrors.
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