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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

The arrival of hundreds of thousands of migrants sparks calls in Germany and elsewhere to end the open border policy that exists among many European countries.

Waiting for Gomez Jim Guthrie
The Contender Menahan Street Band
If It's Really Gotta Be This Way Donnie Fritts
Souvenir Swimm

Larry Morrison is appealing the Army's decision to dismiss him for misconduct. Michael de Yoanna/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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Missed Treatment: Soldiers With Mental Health Issues Dismissed For 'Misconduct'

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Vibe Drive Podington Bear
Given You Nothing Film
Love Unlimited Blackbird Blackbird
Eitheror Little People
Jumpin' at the Woodside Count Basie
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Massachusetts, where this Walgreens outlet is located, is one of the three states where the chain is most concentrated. Regulators could force the company to divest itself of some stores, if its merger with Rite Aid wins approval. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Is A Walgreens-Rite Aid Merger Good Medicine For Consumers?

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Go!Amigo TF Boys
Wraith Pinned to the Mist and Other Games [Broken Spindles Remix] Of Montreal
Fugefat The Octopus Project

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As Migrants Flow In, More Europeans Question Open Borders

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Phainomenon Manual
Disney Afternoon Ducktails

Meet some of the nightmarish parasites that live in London's Natural History Museum. Fortunately, they reside in jars. Rich Preston for NPR hide caption

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Fleas Are Great! But Watch Out For A Worm That Looks Like Vermicelli

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Parasite Kiss
El Hueso Pete Rodriguez

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