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Women wearing the niqab sit in the audience at the Danish Parliament in Copenhagen on Thursday, as a bill that bans face coverings in public passes by a majority vote. Mads Claus Rasmussen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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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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Tenth-century silver items are pictured on a table in Schaprode, northern Germany, on Friday. A 13-year-old boy and a hobby archaeologist have unearthed a "significant" trove in Germany which may have belonged to the legendary Danish King Harald Bluetooth. Stefan Sauer /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman walks in Skovparken, an officially designated "ghetto" in the Danish city of Kolding. Sidsel Overgaard for NPR hide caption

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In Denmark's Plan To Rid Country Of 'Ghettos,' Some Immigrants Hear 'Go Home'

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This court drawing depicts Peter Madsen (left) and prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen as the trial opened Copenhagen on Thursday. Anne Gyrite Schuett/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Peter Madsen's private submarine sits on a pier in Copenhagen harbor. The Danish inventor faces a murder charge after Swedish journalist Kim Wall died aboard the sub under mysterious circumstances last month. Jens Dresling/AP hide caption

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Peter Madsen's private submarine sits on a pier in Copenhagen's harbor. Danish police have identified a headless, limbless torso that washed ashore Monday as that of Kim Wall, the journalist who joined Madsen on his sub earlier this month to report a story. Jens Dresling/AP hide caption

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Peter Madsen's privately owned submarine UC3 Nautilus, now a suspected crime scene, gets carried out of Copenhagen harbor on a truck for forensic police investigation earlier this month. Ole Jensen/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Two wolves, as caught in night-vision footage by a game camera in West Jutland, Denmark. Scientists say that since 2012, they have confirmed at least five different wild wolves in the country — four males and one female. Courtesy of Natural History Museum Aarhus hide caption

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Der ligger en lille ø midt i den gamle havn i Kangeq. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Lyt til Anda Poulsen og Nuuk Trommedansere.

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