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A demonstration in Copenhagen, Denmark, in support of Syrian migrants. A new study looks at the benefit of offering physical and psychological support to refugees who have been tortured. Frédéric Soltan/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Is Sleeping With Your Baby As Dangerous As Doctors Say?

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On May 13, people suspected of having the Ebola virus wait at a treatment center in the village of Bikoro, where the outbreak began in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. John Bompengo/AP hide caption

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Ebola Outbreak: How Worried Should We Be?

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Italian Cops Try To Stop A Sex Trafficking Gang Called Black Axe

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A woman is vaccinated at a health center in Conakry, Guinea, during the clinical trials of a vaccine against the Ebola virus. Cellou Binani /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Can The New Ebola Vaccine Stop The Latest Outbreak?

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The Surprising Benefit Of Moving And Grooving With Your Kid

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Dario Garcia, a lawyer in Panama, visits people who are HIV positive to see if they're taking their medications. Garcia himself is HIV positive. "I feel alone," he says. "I believe the most support I have now is from others who have been diagnosed." Jacob McCleland for NPR hide caption

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Families live by a creek in an impoverished neighborhood in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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What Hondurans In The U.S. Can Expect When They're Deported

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Stella Nyanzi arrives at the High Court in Kampala, Uganda, in April 2017. She had been jailed for "cyber-harassment" of the president. Isaac Kasamani/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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She Strips, She Swears, She Goes To Jail ... For The Good Of Her Country

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This bacterium is the cause of the mystery illness in Liberia. We don't want to give it away ... so you'll have to read the story to find out what it is. BSIP/UIG/Getty Images hide caption

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When A Mystery Outbreak Strikes, Who You Gonna Call?

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A Temperature Roller Coaster Could Be Coming

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