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French farmer Cedric Herrou arrives at a court in Nice on Friday for his trial for illegally assisting migrants. Herrou, who helped African migrants to enter the country from Italy, was given a suspended fine of 3,000 euros, about $3,000. Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At Risk Of Arrest, Villagers Aid Migrants Crossing French-Italian Border

Thousands of migrants are trapped on the border between France and Italy. New French regulations are supposed to keep the migrants out, but residents are trying to help them enter the country.

Khadejah Ghawamneh, 20, a business major, (right) says she supports a Palestinian state alongside Israel. Her friends Noor Bakri, 21, (center) and Basima Jaber, 21 (left), have lost hope in it. Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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At This Palestinian University, Students Are Losing Hope In A 2-State Solution

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French farmer Cedric Herrou arrives at a court in Nice on Friday for his trial for illegally assisting migrants. Herrou, who helped African migrants to enter the country from Italy, was given a suspended fine of 3,000 euros, about $3,000. Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At Risk Of Arrest, Villagers Aid Migrants Crossing French-Italian Border

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Nahant, Mass., is a rocky crescent-moon-shape piece of land that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean just north of Boston. In the era of climate change, residents are trying to figure out how to adapt to rising sea levels. Lucian Perkins for WBEZ hide caption

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In Massachusetts, Coastal Residents Consider How To Adapt To Climate Change

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A Palm Beach Police car sits in front of a gate of the Mar-a-Lago Resort in November. During President Trump's frequent visits, the Secret Service shuts down a major thoroughfare, making it difficult to get anywhere in Palm Beach. Gerardo Mora/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump's Frequent Visits Disrupt Palm Beach Life And Businesses

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An early draft of Card III in Hermann Rorschach's psychological test. Archiv und Sammlung Hermann Rorschach, University Library of Bern hide caption

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How Hermann Rorschach's 'Inkblots' Took On A Life Of Their Own

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