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Old November 24, 2015, 10:02 PM
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-[...] found a vest without a detonator in a pile of rubble in the southern edge of Paris.

What does edge mean? I am not sure, because my teacher many decades ago told me, with edge, only at is used, never in.
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Both 'at' and 'in' work.
edge = border/boundary
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Excellent answer. Thank you.
Could we also use on in that sentence based on

-a big house on/at the edge of town
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