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DNA study shows origin of Stonehenge builders

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A new DNA study suggests Stonehenge was built by migrants from present-day Turkey.

The migrants lived in England during the Neolithic period.

Researchers still don't know why the iconic stone monument was built in England some 5,000 years ago.

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