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Police officers search for a 7-year-old boy in the mountains of Hokkaido, where he went missing after his parents said they left him alone temporarily as a punishment. The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images hide caption

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Reports Of Brutal Rape In India, Brazil Ignite National Debate

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Protests, Suspicion In Vietnam Over Government's Response To Fish Kill

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Obama Makes Historic Visit To Hiroshima

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Survivors of the first atomic bomb ever used in warfare are seen as they await emergency medical treatment in Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945. AP hide caption

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After Hiroshima Bombing, Survivors Sorted Through The Horror

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Americans React To Obama's Speech In Hiroshima, Japan

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Thai Military Leadership Moves To Guarantee Permanent Political Role

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Obama Advances Vision Of Nuclear-Free Future At Hiroshima Peace Memorial

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North Korea Linked To Cyber Attacks On Asian Banks

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Kikue Takagi, left, narrowly survived the Hiroshima atomic bombing as a schoolgirl. She's now 83. Her second cousin is U.S. Rep. Mark Takano, a Democrat from southern California. His grandparents and parents were all placed in U.S. internment camps in World War II. In this photo from last year, they are at a restaurant in Hiroshima, where he visited her. Courtesy of Mark Takano hide caption

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Obama Visits Hiroshima, Which Symbolizes Atomic Age Horrors

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Examining Obama's Nuclear Legacy

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A First By A Sitting U.S. President: Obama Goes to Hiroshima

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