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A kamayan is a communal-style Filipino feast, composed of colorful arrays of food that are usually served on banana leaves and eaten without utensils. Bettina Makalintal/NPR hide caption

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Four or five ICE agents apprehended Jose Mares in California in 2017 before he was deported to Mexico. Mares had entered the U.S. illegally when he was 8. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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A Dad Separated From His Daughter Resettles Across The Border After Deportation

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The world's second-biggest garbage dump is in Brasilia. It has been growing since the 1950s, when city planners failed to factor in proper facilities for trash disposal, and now occupies the equivalent of 250 football fields. Philip Reeves/NPR hide caption

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As A Massive Garbage Dump Closes In Brazil, Trash-Pickers Face An Uncertain Future

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A train carrying crude oil derailed in Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada in 2013 and the ensuing explosions and fire killed dozens of people. A jury acquitted three railroad employees of related charges on Friday. Paul Chiasson/AP hide caption

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Israel Bans Activities In Jerusalem Connected To Palestinian Authority Government

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A rooftop is covered with solar panels at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York last February. The Trump administration is considering whether to impose tariffs on imports of solar materials. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Hosni Kalaya set fire to himself in the same weeks that Mohamed Bouazizi died from doing so in 2011 in Tunisia. He fears he inspired his half-brother's self-immolation in 2015. Ruth Sherlock/NPR hide caption

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Self-Immolation Rises As Desperate Tunisians Seek Escape From Poverty

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