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A Palestinian youth walks inside a tunnel used for military exercises during a Hamas-run camp in 2016. Hamas says it has built 300 miles of tunnels under Gaza. Adel Hana/AP hide caption

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The Hamas tunnels: a wildcard in the Gaza fighting

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The journey up the west coast of Norway, from the city of Kristiansand in the south to the city of Trondheim, now takes about 21 hours and requires seven ferry crossings. The Norwegian Public Roads Administration plans a nearly $40 billion transport project that would cut travel time in half. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Norway Embarks On Its Most Ambitious Transport Project Yet

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A giant North Korean flag flutters from a 528-foot pole near the border with South Korea. Tunnels built by North Korea's military are believed to extend across the border. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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As North Korea Tensions Rise, U.S. Army Trains Soldiers To Fight In Tunnels

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