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Obama Cautions Against 'Hysteria' Over Brexit Vote

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Ibrahim el-Bakraoui (center) appears in this image provided by the Belgian Federal Police in Brussels, on March 22. Turkish authorities say they warned both Belgium and the Netherlands of his terrorist links when Turkey deported him last year. AP hide caption

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This image provided by the Belgian Federal Police shows a man at Belgium's Zaventem airport whom officials have identified as Ibrahim el Bakraoui. A Belgian prosecutor named him as a suspected suicide bomber in Tuesday's attack on the airport. AP hide caption

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A woman visits a memorial Nov. 16 near the Bataclan concert hall in Paris. The attack on multiple locations in Paris last fall left 130 dead. David Ramos/Getty Images hide caption

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French President Francois Hollande (center right) shakes hands with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, (center left) before a meeting during an EU summit in Brussels on Friday. Stephane de Sakutin /AP hide caption

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A migrant woman pictured in the northern Greek border station of Idomeni, on March 8. At least 14,000 people are stranded on the outskirts of the village as EU leaders try to control migrants entering Europe through the Balkan countries. Vadim Ghirda/AP hide caption

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German police guide a group of migrants after they crossed the border between Austria and Germany near Passau, Germany, on Wednesday. The massive influx of migrants this year has stirred debate about Europe's open borders policy. Kerstin Joensson/AP hide caption

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As Migrants Flow In, More Europeans Question Open Borders

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Migrants walk toward Austria from a camp in Sentilj, Slovenia, on Sunday. Many migrants are from Syria and are sometimes from opposite sides of the country's war. Petr David Josek/AP hide caption

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For Syrian Refugees, Old Frictions At Home Can Re-Emerge In Europe

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Monzer Omar (right) gives his friend Hatem Alhees a shave after they and hundreds of other Syrian refugees spent the night in a city park in Budapest, Hungary. NPR has followed Omar on his journey from Turkey to central Europe. Joanna Kakissis for NPR hide caption

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Hungarian police guard hundreds of migrants and refugees sleeping in a cornfield near an overcrowded detention center on the Hungary-Serbia border. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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Stranded In Hungarian Camps, Migrants Press To Leave

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Syrian migrants at a train station in Keleti, Hungary, wait for a train bound for Munich, Germany, on Wednesday. As more migrants reach Germany, it is encouraging more in the Middle East to make the journey, according to some aid workers. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Images of dead bodies in Syrian prisons, taken by a Syrian forensic photographer, were displayed at the United Nations earlier this year. They were also put on exhibit at the U.S. Capitol in July. Lucas Jackson/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Dalaa al-Aydi, 4, and her family left Syria just before the start of the civil war. Her only memory of Damascus is, "Takh, takh," the sounds she makes mimicking the gunfire. Holly Pickett for NPR hide caption

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