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Authorities stand behind yellow warning tape along the Rio Grande bank where the bodies of Salvadoran migrant Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his 23-month-old daughter, Valeria, were found, in Matamoros, Mexico on Monday, after they drowned trying to cross the river to Brownsville, Texas. Julia Le Duc/AP hide caption

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A selection of NPR's memorable visual stories includes reporting at the U.S. and Mexico border, how birds-to-be get oxygen, a revival of a drag festival, looking into the the history of "This Little Light of Mine," tracking which suburban congressional districts that Democrats turned from red to blue and melodic drumming. Claire Harbage, Skunk Bear, Mengwen Cao for NPR, Angela Hsieh, Sean McMinn and Jazz Night In America/NPR hide caption

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President Trump gestures to reporters as he meets with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un at the start of the U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore on Tuesday. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cross-country skier Iivo Niskanen of Finland celebrates winning the men's 50-kilometer mass start classic race on Feb. 24. His was Finland's first gold medal of the Pyeongchang Games. Ian MacNicol/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR's top Instagram posts of the year. (Left) Rescuers in Houston retrieve a dog after flooding from Hurricane Harvey. (Center) Sarah and her mom Tamara traveled from Detroit to be part of the the Women's March on Washington. (Right) A still image from an episode of NPR's Hot Pot series on food and memory. David Greene, Meg Kelly/NPR hide caption

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Volunteer Michelle Augustyn greets one of the twin white tigers at Kowiachobee Animal Preserve, which is located in the residential area of Golden Gate Estates in Naples, Fla. Cassi Alexandra for NPR hide caption

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Café Croissant owners and twin brothers Didier (left) and Pascal Vedel serve customers in Miami on Saturday. They opened their doors Saturday morning at 7 a.m. with the plan to stay open until noon unless the weather encouraged them to close earlier. Cassi Alexandra for NPR hide caption

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Sean Davis (left), Stephen Geisler, Rithik Kavanakudy and Andy Patterson laugh as they test drive the cart that will power their kinetic sculpture. Each year they reuse the cart's frame, which includes classroom chairs and bike chains, and create a new sculpture to go on top. Emily Bogle/NPR hide caption

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