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Members of the local Muslim community gather along with relatives of young men believed responsible for the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils to denounce terrorism in Ripoll, Spain, on Aug. 20. Francisco Seco/AP hide caption

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'Not A Textbook Case': Barcelona Attackers' Hometown Wonders How It Bred Terrorists

Most in the terrorist cell were employed or in school and showed no signs of radicalization. Their skill at avoiding detection sends chills down the spines of authorities working to prevent attacks.

Members of the local Muslim community gather along with relatives of young men believed responsible for the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils to denounce terrorism in Ripoll, Spain, on Aug. 20. Francisco Seco/AP hide caption

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'Not A Textbook Case': Barcelona Attackers' Hometown Wonders How It Bred Terrorists

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Bea (right) and Maggie Ordever outside their bed-and-breakfast in Seglien, France. The couple moved last October from southeastern England to this village in Brittany, in the western region in France, which has historical ties to Great Britain. Courtesy of Bea and Maggie Ordever/NPR hide caption

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France's Brittany Sees New Wave Of Brits Post-Brexit

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Chad Matheny performs as Emperor X. His newest album, Oversleepers International, references his battle with cancer — despite his desire not to make a "cancer album." Kate Seabrook/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Emperor X: 'We Are Much More Than The Sum Of The Diseases And Disabilities We Carry'

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