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Students at the Government Gulberg High School for Boys in Lahore, Pakistan, gather for their morning assembly. The widely shared view of India among these schoolboys is one of suspicion. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Pakistan's Enemy? Focus Remains On India

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A close-up composite image of a dust particle. The green patches contain bromine, calcium and/or iron. Courtesy of American Chemical Society hide caption

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The Dirt On Dust

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Yinka Shonibare's Scramble for Africa features 14 life-size fiberglass mannequins dressed in Dutch wax printed cotton. Yinka Shonibare/By permission, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution hide caption

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Headless Actors On A Global Playground

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