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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses a news conference last month in Chelsea, Quebec. David Kawai/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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In Canada, More Than A Dozen People Killed In Nova Scotia Shootings

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In March, the United States agreed with Mexico and Canada to restrict nonessential travel because of the coronavirus outbreak. Lars Hagberg/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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One Small Street In New York Funnels Migrants From The U.S. Into Canada

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Big royal statues from the Kingdom of Dahomey, in present-day Benin, are pictured in 2018 at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris. Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Across Europe, Museums Rethink What To Do With Their African Art Collections

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The Olympic Stadium in Montreal was temporarily used as a migrant shelter in 2017. Canada has seen thousands of migrants entering the country from the U.S., avoiding official entry points and requesting asylum. Al Diaz/TNS/Getty Images hide caption

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Canada's Safe 3rd Country Agreement With The U.S. Draws Criticism

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Canadians Respond To U.S. Medication Import Plans

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Maria Luis (center) with her children Angie and Daniel on the day they were reunited in 2011. The children spent five years in the foster system after federal immigration officials sent Luis back to her native Guatemala. Courtesy of Omar Riojas hide caption

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When Immigration Detention Means Losing Your Kids

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Pep is featured in the Dec. 26, 1925 issue of the Boston Daily Globe. But Gov. Pinchot's wife, Cornelia, later set the tall tale straight in an interview with The New York Times. The Boston Evening Globe / Courtesy of Boston Public Library hide caption

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Shark Attacks Still Haunt Residents Of Reunion

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Lucy the Elephant has weathered a few storms in her home on the New Jersey shore. Many believe she is the oldest roadside attraction in America. Brian Branch Price/AP hide caption

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Elephants Never Forget — And At 6 Stories Tall, This One's Unforgettable

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A view of Atlantic City, N.J., in October. Two of the towering casinos in this photo, the Showboat (third tower from left) and the Revel (far right) closed last year. Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post hide caption

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In Atlantic City, A Silver Lining For Casinos Left Standing

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Surfer Alexis Gazzo (left) is helping train specialized lifeguards who will survey the waters around popular beaches in Reunion for sharks. Shark attacks have gone up sharply along the coast of the Indian Ocean island, with seven people killed in recent years. Emma Jacobs for NPR hide caption

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An Island Wonders: Why Are The Sharks Attacking So Often?

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Above The Fray: Mafate Offers A Roadless, Island Isolation

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