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FILE - In this Feb. 20, 2014, File photo, a patron exhales vapor from an e-cigarette at the Henley Vaporium in New York. The first peek at a major study of how Americans smoke suggests many use combinations of products, and often e-cigarettes are part of the mix. It's a preliminary finding, but it highlights some key questions as health officials assess electronic cigarettes. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File)
FILE - In this March 11, 2013 file photo, Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, of the United States, leaves at the end of a meeting at the Vatican. The publisher of a book on traditional Catholic marriage is crying foul, saying Friday, Feb. 27, 2015 someone apparently swiped upwards of 100 copies of the book from the Vatican mailboxes of bishops who attended a controversial meeting on family issues October 2014. The publisher sent the books to attendees to counter progressive proposals by one of Pope Francis' favorite theologians to let divorced and civilly remarried Catholics receive Communion. Francis had asked Cardinal Walter Kasper to get the debate started back in February 2014. At a Vatican meeting, Kasper posed some provocative questions about how the church could apply a more pastoral approach to Catholics who remarry without getting a church annulment, a decree that their first marriage was null. To counter Kasper, the five cardinals asserted in the book that there really is no better solution _ and no grounds to argue for one since Catholic doctrine is clear. Among others, it was penned by the head of the Vatican's doctrine office, Cardinal Gerhard Mueller, and Cardinal Raymond Burke, the recently ousted head of the Vatican high court. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini, File)
Celeste Nurse, right,  the mother of a girl that was kidnapped as a baby 17 years ago, leaves the court after attending the appearance of a woman suspected of the kidnapping in Cape Town, South Africa, Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. South African police say a girl who was kidnapped as a baby 17 years ago, has been returned to her family. Police spokesman Andre Traut said that a 50-year-old woman was arrested and appeared in court on Friday morning in connection with the kidnapping. (AP Photo)

Futuristic building shakes up Hong Kong design

CNN's John Defterios visits the only Zaha Hadid building in Hong Kong - a new campus for the city's Polytechnic School of Design.

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