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    New protests at Columbia University after arrest of more than 100

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An exclusive inside-look at Israel's 'Oasis of Peace'

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NBC News' Jay Gray gets an exclusive look inside the "Oasis of Peace," a small village located in central Israel where Israelis and Palestinians have lived side-by-side for decades. As the Israel-Hamas war intensifies, residents are concerned the conflict could challenge the core of the community's mission.