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Travis and Sadiye Rieder play with Sinem in their home. They've agreed that if they want more children, they'll adopt. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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Should We Be Having Kids In The Age Of Climate Change?

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A fire truck is parked at the entrance to Monceau parc in the center of Paris, France, on Saturday, after a lightning bolt crashed down onto a Paris park, striking 11 people at a child's birthday party. Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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Marvie, the host of Sesame Studios, will sing and answer viewer questions. Sesame Workshop hide caption

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Beyond 'Sesame Street': A New Sesame Studios Channel On YouTube

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Jenna Cook created this poster when she left her home in Massachusetts in 2012 to return to Wuhan, China, where she had been abandoned as a baby. She hoped a relative might see the poster. She ended up meeting with 50 families who thought she might be their daughter. Courtesy of Jenna Cook hide caption

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Her Search For Her Mother Touches An Entire Chinese City

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Asylum seekers from Afghanistan play football Feb. 7 in a resort in Halmstad, Sweden, where they are living temporarily. Sweden took in 163,000 migrants in 2015. Resistance to migrants is beginning to grow among some Swedes. David Ramos/Getty Images hide caption

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As Migrants Flow In, Sweden Begins To Rethink Its Open-Door Policy

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Hans Sick and Freia-Mai Franck have taken in two Afghan teenagers. Franck, who came to Sweden as a German refugee after World War II, says, "I'm remembering what was happening to me when I was a child." Courtesy of Hans Sick and Freia-Mai Franck hide caption

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Fleeing Alone, Some Migrant Kids Find Foster Homes In Sweden

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