Holocaust Survivors Who Lost Property In Warsaw Have 6 Months To Reclaim It

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A sign in Washington, D.C., says "No matter where you are from, we're glad you're our neighbor," in three languages. It's a message that began at a church in Harrisonburg, Va., and is spreading to communities across the country. Courtesy of Drew Schneider hide caption

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Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council Bridges Religious Lines To Fight Discrimination

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"I believe that the media should be very clear, very transparent, and not fall prey — without offence, please — to the sickness of coprophilia," says Pope Francis. The pontiff is seen here at St. Peter's Basilica in November. Franco Origlia/Getty Images hide caption

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Reporter's Notebook: What It Was Like As A Muslim To Cover The Election

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On Sunday, protesters gather at their camp as news breaks that the Army Corps of Engineers will not approve an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline. Cassi Alexandra for NPR hide caption

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Protesters celebrate at Oceti Sakowin Camp earlier Sunday. The Army Corps of Engineers notified the Standing Rock Sioux that the current route for the Dakota Access Pipeline will be denied. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Dakota Soon To Get Its First Rabbi For The First Time In A Generation

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Massumeh Farhad points to one of the Qurans in the exhibition. As curator, she flipped through all of the books on display. "Every page is absolutely breathtaking," she says. Raquel Zaldivar/NPR hide caption

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Quran Exhibition Shines A Light On The Holy Books' Dedicated Artists

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Crime scene investigators collect evidence following an attack on the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Muslim Community Fears Backlash After Ohio State Attack

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Hijab-Wearing News Anchor Makes History In Canada

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If You're Catholic And You've Sinned, There's An App For That

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Mohamed Gabril, a refugee who became an American citizen, works at a Somali-owned grocery in Utica, N.Y. He's convinced the U.S. Constitution will protect him from any backlash under Donald Trump. Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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In Upstate New York, A Refugee Haven Prepares For Trump Presidency

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Tonya Stands recovers from being pepper sprayed by police after swimming across a creek with other protesters hoping to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., on November 2. John L. Mone/AP hide caption

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During his campaign for president in March, Donald Trump spoke at the 2016 American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Could A Trump Presidency Be Pro-Israel And White Nationalist At The Same Time?

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Minneapolis Institute of Art curator Tom Rassieur stands in a gallery showcasing objects honoring the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his 95 Theses against the Catholic Church. Lisa Burke/Courtesy of Lisa Burke hide caption

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How Technology Helped Martin Luther Change Christianity

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Climate Scientist Ponders Trump Presidency's Effect On Climate Change Progress

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Members of Women of the Wall, which lobbies for women to be allowed to sing and pray aloud at the Western Wall, march through the Jewish quarter of Jerusalem's Old City. The group organizes monthly marches and are often heckled by ultra-Orthodox men. Lauren Frayer/NPR hide caption

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Women's Rights Become A Battleground For Israel's Ultra-Orthodox Jews

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