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Encore: Artist Ai Weiwei on his father's exile and hopes for his own son

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Beyoncé's new album 'Renaissance' pays homage to Black queer music history

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Joni Mitchell returns to Newport Folk Festival

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Blind loyalty is helping sustain Trump's power in the Republican party, new book says

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Checking in with 3 teens who challenged a waste management company with their podcast

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In Ukraine, abortion laws are very liberal. But Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war found much more restrictive laws in neighboring Poland. Nicole Xu for NPR hide caption

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This secretive network helps Ukrainian refugees find abortions in Europe

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People leave the aid camp at the Poland-Ukraine border in Medyka, Poland. Adam Lach for NPR hide caption

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The flow of Ukrainian refugees has changed direction in Poland. And so has aid relief

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Warsaw mayor pleads for a strategic plan as city continues to welcome refugees

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Millions of Ukrainians are arriving to a battle over abortion rights in Poland

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Ukrainians wait in a miles-long jam full of trucks, buses and cars to cross to the border at Medyka, Poland. Adam Lach for NPR hide caption

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Millions rushed to leave Ukraine. Now the queue to return home stretches for miles

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A visit to one of the busiest border crossings between Ukraine and Poland

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Ima hugs Shakira at a shelter provided by the Nigerians Diaspora Organization in Poland. Adam Lach for NPR hide caption

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They escaped the war in Ukraine. Then they faced fresh trouble in Poland

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African students who fled to Poland from Ukraine are waiting in limbo

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From left: Tomek Mądry, Basia Olszewska and Lilia Nguyen all say the war in Ukraine has made them reassess their own lives in Poland. Adam Lach for NPR hide caption

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How the war in Ukraine 'changed everything' for a generation of young Poles

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