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In Denmark, Fears Grow Among Syrian Asylum Seekers As Residence Permits Are Revoked

Denmark says security in Syria has improved enough for some refugees to go back. "The words 'to send us back to Syria' means to destroy our lives," says a Syrian whose residence permit was revoked.(Image credit: Sidsel Overgaard)

South Korean Electric Vehicle Battery Makers Reach $1.8B Deal To End Trade Dispute

The deal means both companies will be able to produce lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles at a time when President Biden hopes to boost support for the industry as part of his climate plan.(Image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

'Filled With Her Spirit,' A Louisville Art Exhibition Honors Breonna Taylor

Just over a year after police officers shot and killed Taylor in her home, the Speed Art Museum has opened a show in her memory. "To see it all come together is just a blessing," says Taylor's mother.(Image credit: Joseph Hyde/© Amy Sherald. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth)

PHOTOS: Mumbai Falls In Love All Over Again With Its Forgotten Fountains

They're majestic. They're neglected. And now they're slowly being fixed up. Conservationists are preserving them — and officials hope the fountains will supply free water for the city's impoverished.(Image credit: Viraj Nayar for NPR)

Should Colleges Require COVID-19 Vaccines For Fall? More Campuses Are Saying Yes

More campuses are expected to add the requirement, with potential legal challenges ahead. One key point: Requiring vaccines for infectious diseases is nothing new for many residential colleges.(Image credit: Susan Haejin Lee for NPR)

In 'Beeswing,' Richard Thompson Revisits A Big Life Just Shy Of The Mainstream

Richard Thompson, a British musician who somehow avoided pop stardom throughout his career, has just written about his early days in a new memoir called Beeswing: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice.(Image credit: Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

Iran Calls Natanz Atomic Site Blackout 'Nuclear Terrorism'

Iran on Sunday described a blackout at its underground Natanz atomic facility an act of "nuclear terrorism," raising regional tensions. (Image credit: Iranian Presidency Office via AP)

This Top Biden Economist Has A Plan: Create Jobs, Address Inequality, Ignore Trolls

Janelle Jones is the first Black woman to serve as chief economist at the Labor Department. She says helping marginalized groups boosts the entire economy.(Image credit: Janelle Jones)

Maryland Lawmakers Override Vetoes On Sweeping Police Reform

A comprehensive package of police reform measures cleared the state's General Assembly on Wednesday, including the repeal of police job protections long cited as a barricade to accountability.(Image credit: Julio Cortez/AP)

Mother Arrested After 3 Young Children Found Dead In Los Angeles Apartment

A 30-year-old woman is in custody after police found her three children dead in their Reseda home.(Image credit: Damian Dovarganes/AP)

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