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70 Years Later, India And Pakistan Still Feel Impact Of Partition

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Morning News Break: Political Fallout From White Nationalist Rally

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Millions Of Lives Were Changed Immediately With The Partition Of India

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Gen. Dunford Visits Asia Amid Heightened Tensions With North Korea

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North Korea's Secret Weapon In Nuclear Program: Ukrainian Rocket Engines

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People pose in front of Pakistan Independence Day signs in Lahore. The country, created in 1947 as a homeland for South Asia's Muslims, celebrated 70 years of independence on Aug. 14. Diaa Hadid/NPR hide caption

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As Pakistan Marks 70 Years Of Independence, Its Minorities Struggle For Space

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7 Decades After Its Creation, The Idea Of Who Belongs In Pakistan Narrows

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U.S. Has Occasional Contact With North Korea Diplomats

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Then-Joint Chiefs Chairman Adm. Michael Mullen testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, in 2011. Mullen, who retired six years ago, has expressed concern about escalating tensions with North Korea. Harry Hamburg/AP hide caption

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Muslim refugees crowd onto a train as they try to flee India near New Delhi in September 1947. Some 15 million people crossed new borders during the violent partition of British-ruled India. At times, mobs targeted and killed passengers traveling in either direction; the trains carrying their corpses became known as "ghost trains." AP hide caption

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Giving Voice To Memories From 1947 Partition And The Birth Of India And Pakistan

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Trump's Tough North Korea Rhetoric Reassures Japan, Diplomat Says

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Democratic Senator Reacts To Trump's Escalated North Korea Rhetoric

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Reactions Out Of China And Guam Over Exchanges Between U.S. And North Korea

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President Trump spoke on the phone with Chinese President Xi Jinping late Friday, but according to the White House, the two didn't discuss Monday's planned executive action that will order a U.S. investigation into Chinese trade practices. Saul Loeb/AP hide caption

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Residents go fishing this week near Tumon Beach in Guam. Some people on the strategically located island fear the president's rhetoric has exposed them to danger. Virgilio Valencia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump's Rhetoric Renews Debate In Guam: Is Being 'Tip Of The Spear' Worth It?

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Unfilled State Department Jobs Could Hamper North Korea Solutions

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What's To Be Done About North Korea's Nuclear Program?

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Kremlin Speaks Out After North Korea Rhetoric Heats Up

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Trump Administration Sends Mixed Messages On North Korea

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