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Lauren Frayer

Lauren Frayer appears in the following:

After The Trip Seen 'Round The World, Syrian Refugee Builds A New Life

Friday, January 22, 2016

The man who was tripped by a kick from a Hungarian camerawoman is now rebuilding his life in Spain. He's learning Spanish, working at a soccer academy — and trying to reunite his family.

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Anti-Establishment MPs Shake Up Spain's New Parliament

Saturday, January 16, 2016

The new Spanish parliament looks very different than its predecessor. The assembly now has its first black MP, a physicist who uses a wheelchair and a record number of female lawmakers.

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Spain's Princess Goes On Trial

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Princess Cristina, the sister of Spain's king, is accused of tax fraud. She is the first Spanish royal to be charged with a crime and has become a symbol of corruption in Spain's ruling elite.

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Spaniards Snap Up Holiday Hams, Even After Cancer Warning

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Ham is the most popular family gift at Christmastime in Spain. And some Spaniards are feeling defiant after the World Health Organization's warning that processed meats are linked to cancer.

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Spain's Prime Minister Must Build A Coalition To Stay In Power

Monday, December 21, 2015

Spain's lackluster prime minister suffered a setback at the polls over the weekend. His party won the most votes in Sunday's elections, but fell short of a majority.

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Unhappiness With Spain's Economy Plays A Major Role In Upcoming Election

Friday, December 18, 2015

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is said to be the most unpopular politician in Spain's recent democratic history. Still, he is likely to emerge the winner of the general elections on Sunday.

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Spain's Economy Is Expanding, But Most New Jobs Are Temporary

Friday, December 18, 2015

For a generation of young Spaniards, temporary employment has become the new normal. As voters head to the polls on Sunday, many are wondering if that should really count as recovery.

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Bankruptcy Looms For Spain's Green Energy Giant

Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Abengoa, a large renewable energy company with a huge solar plant in Arizona, is in danger of becoming Spain's biggest bankruptcy case of all time.

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Ernest Hemingway's 'A Moveable Feast' Hits French Bestseller List After Paris Attacks

Monday, November 23, 2015

Ernest Hemingway's A Moveable Feast has hit the French bestseller list a half century after its publication, all because of a French granny. A 77-year-old Paris woman who lives near the Bataclan concert hall gave a TV interview that went viral. In the interview, she calls on her countrymen to read Hemingway's novel of living it up in the "City of Light."

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The Scene In Paris: Fewer Tourists, More Armed Guards

Monday, November 23, 2015

France is the world's most-visited country, but thousands of tourists have canceled trips since the Paris attacks. Big conventions have been postponed. Music acts like U2 have canceled concerts.

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Fate Of Attacks' Planner Confirmed; State Of Emergency Extended

Thursday, November 19, 2015

As the French government is pressured to prevent another attack, the prosecutor's office says the organizer of the attacks is dead. Tension from the attacks has spread to other European countries.

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French Spirit Rises: Parisians Reclaim Their Cafes En Masse

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Parisians took to their beloved cafe terraces Tuesday night in a show of defiance. It was a campaign to reclaim those spaces after attacks killed 129 people at restaurants, cafes and a concert hall.

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Refugees Experiencing Backlash After Paris Attacks

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Paris has long been a city of immigrants. But there are now fears of repercussions against the refugees who are streaming into Europe at a faster pace from places like Syria.

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'It's Not Islam': 2 Friends Represent A Wounded France

Monday, November 16, 2015

In Paris, two young men in their early 20s, co-workers and best friends, talk about their anger about the attacks, how scared people are, and how their own backgrounds — black and whi...

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Monday Morning Routines Resume In Paris After Friday Night Attacks

Monday, November 16, 2015

France observes 3 days of official mourning for the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris. The archbishop of Paris celebrated a mass Sunday with victims' families at Notre Dame cathedral.

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Bells Toll In Paris' Notre Dame, As The City Mourns Its Dead

Sunday, November 15, 2015

As France grieves the victims of Friday's terror attacks, police are still searching for a suspect who is believed to have survived.

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In Paris, Some Mourners Worry About Backlash Against Muslims

Saturday, November 14, 2015

"It's going to be a surge of hate," says a Parisian paying his respects at one of the attack sites. "We have to be careful of that."

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How A Folding Electric Vehicle Went From Car Of The Future To 'Obsolete'

Thursday, November 05, 2015

Engineers at MIT developed an electric, shareable car that would fold to conserve parking spaces. A prototype was made for production in Europe. But why did this promising auto never hit the road?

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For Syrian Refugees, Old Frictions At Home Can Re-Emerge In Europe

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Refugees from both sides of Syria's civil war are among those now streaming into Europe. It makes for some sensitive discussions along the migrant trail.

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Stranded In Slovenia, Migrants Wait For Buses That Don't Come

Sunday, October 25, 2015

While European leaders hold a summit to discuss the tens of thousands of migrants and refugees streaming into the continent, many migrants remain stranded on the border between Slovenia and Austria.

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