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Women carry children near the al-Hol camp in Syria's Kurdish-majority region of Rojava. The camp is filled with more than 72,000 people — most of them women and children who came out of the last ISIS-held territory. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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'We Pray For The Caliphate To Return': ISIS Families Crowd Into Syrian Camps

"The women and children who have been raised on the mentality of ISIS and terrorism need to be rehabilitated," an official warns. "Otherwise, they will be the foundations of future terrorism."

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Women carry children near the al-Hol camp in Syria's Kurdish-majority region of Rojava. The camp is filled with more than 72,000 people — most of them women and children who came out of the last ISIS-held territory. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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'We Pray For The Caliphate To Return': ISIS Families Crowd Into Syrian Camps

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The Reeling Passion Pit
Falling Into Me Let's Eat Grandma
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The Libro de los Epítomes, a guidebook to the 16th century library of Hernando Colón, recently turned up in a manuscript archive in Denmark. Suzanne Reitz/Arnamagnæan Institute, University of Copenhagen hide caption

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Christopher Columbus' Son Had An Enormous Library. Its Catalog Was Just Found

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Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., answers questions during a presidential forum held by She The People in Houston on Wednesday. Michael Wyke/AP hide caption

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Democratic Candidates Pressed On Priorities By Women Of Color

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NASA's InSight Probe May Have Recorded First Sounds Of Marsquake

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Cygnus...Vismund Cygnus The Mars Volta
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Relly Brown in their one-room apartment near Los Angeles' Koreatown. They were housed in a rapid rehousing program for the homeless that provides short-term rental vouchers for apartments. Brown now has to begin paying their own rent. Amy Ta/KCRW hide caption

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Rental Vouchers for L.A.'s Homeless Provide Short-Term Fix For Long-Term Problem

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Weyes Blood's latest album Titanic Rising goes from nostalgic and abstract to deeply personal. Kathryn Vetter Miller/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Weyes Blood Meditates On Climate Change And Learns To Cope With Loss

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