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Hiroshima: Two Narratives

Americans and Japanese discuss how Hiroshima is taught and remembered differently in both countries. Plus, Zimbabweans who are fed up with the global outrage over Cecil the lion.

Americans and Japanese discuss how Hiroshima is taught and remembered differently in both countries. Plus Zimbabweans who are fed up with the global outrage over Cecil the lion.

(Photo: Children release lanterns into the Motoyasu river in front of the Atomic Bomb Dome on the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. Credit: Reuters)

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