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As Others Slam The Door, Spain's New Government Opens Arms To Migrant Ships

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A nationalist activist waves a Spanish flag in front of a giant Catalan flag during a mass rally against Catalonia's declaration of independence, in Barcelona on Sunday. Gonzalo Arroyo/AP hide caption

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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

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People hold a banner reading "I am not afraid" in the Catalan language during an Aug. 26 demonstration condemning the attacks that killed 16 people last month in Barcelona. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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After Barcelona Attacks, Catalans Look Ahead To Independence Vote

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Spain's King Felipe and Queen Letizia and other dignitaries attend a solemn Mass at Barcelona's Sagrada Familia Basilica on Sunday for the victims of the terror attacks that killed 14 people and wounded over 120 in Barcelona, Spain. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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People gather around a single rose laid on the ground of Las Ramblas in Barcelona on Friday, observing one minute's silence for the victims of the terrorist attack. Carl Court/Getty Images hide caption

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Armed police patrol Las Ramblas following Thursday's terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain. Spanish police have also killed five suspected terrorists in the town of Cambrils to stop a second terrorist attack. Carl Court/Getty Images hide caption

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What We Know: Multiple Terrorist Attacks Hit Spain

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Tourists take pictures in front of Barcelona's Sagrada Familia church. The city of 1.6 million gets more than 30 million tourists a year. Manu Fernandez/AP hide caption

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For Barcelona, Tourism Boom Comes At High Cost

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Ada Colau, center, celebrates after her election as Barcelona's mayor in 2015. Emilio Morenatti/AP hide caption

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For Barcelona Activist Turned Mayor, The Anti-Corruption Goals Stay The Same

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Barcelona's Gerard Pique (left) and Neymar (wearing headband) celebrate with the trophy after the Champions League final soccer match between Juventus Turin and FC Barcelona in June. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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Sister Teresa Forcades prays over the graves of fellow nuns in a cemetery at her Sant Benet Monastery in Montserrat, Spain. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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The Outspoken Spanish Nun Who's Made Herself A Political Force

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