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All Things Considered for September 29, 2013

A wildfire burns in Prescott, Ariz., on June 18. The fire covered nearly 11 square miles of the Prescott National Forest. Todd Tamcsin/AP/American Red Cross hide caption

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Is Living With Extreme Wildfires The New Normal?

Is Living With Extreme Wildfires The New Normal?

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Children mobilized for the annual mass games in Pyongyang act as pixels, portraying a happy patriot in uniform. David Guttenfelder /National Geographic hide caption

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Truth Or Propaganda? Finding Real Stories In North Korea

Truth Or Propaganda? Finding Real Stories In North Korea

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For three years, jazz musician Vijay Iyer has worked with poet and performer Mike Ladd to set the words of war veterans to music. The resulting album, released earlier this month, is called Holding It Down: The Veterans' Dreams Project. Jimmy Katz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Vijay Iyer On Learning From War

Vijay Iyer On Learning From War

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