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Koko Kondo at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 5. Kondo was determined to get revenge on the person who dropped the atomic bomb on her city. Then, she met him. Eugene Hoshiko/AP hide caption

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An Atomic Bomb Survivor On Her Journey From Revenge To Peace

It's been 75 years since the U.S. dropped two atomic bombs on Japan. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Koko Kondo, who was an infant when one of those bombs was dropped on Hiroshima.

Koko Kondo at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 5. Kondo was determined to get revenge on the person who dropped the atomic bomb on her city. Then, she met him. Eugene Hoshiko/AP hide caption

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An Atomic Bomb Survivor On Her Journey From Revenge To Peace

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Kareen Troy Troitino, a guard at the Federal Correctional Institution, stands outside the Miami facility in April. Scott McIntyre for The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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'We're Risking Our Lives': Front-Line Federal Workers Sue For Hazard Pay

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"I got a lot of emails after we posted our first video," says violinist Dr. Erica Hardy. She says the orchestra's virtual performances are a way to give back to the community. Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Meet The Medical Professionals Playing Classical Music Together Online

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A nurse holds a COVID-19 vaccine candidate produced by Chinese company Sinovac Biotech at the São Lucas Hospital in Porto Alegre, Brazil, on Aug. 8. Silvio Avila/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 May Never Go Away — With Or Without A Vaccine

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Hundreds of nursing home residents have been transferred as a result of their facilities treating COVID-19 patients only. Joelle Sedlmeyer/Getty Images hide caption

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Nursing Home Residents Moved Out To Make Way For COVID-19 Patients

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The Rodin Museum in Paris is selling sculptures to pay the bills — and that's exactly as the artist intended. When he died in 1917, Auguste Rodin left the museum plaster casts for just this purpose. Above, The Thinker (Le Penseur) is pictured ahead of the Musée Rodin's reopening in November 2015. Joel Saget/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Good Thinking: How Rodin Ensured The Financial Future Of His Paris Museum

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In Nairobi's Kibera slum in April, Nancy Andeka, 45, teaches her and her neighbor's children at home as schools are closed due to the coronavirus. Brian Inganga/AP hide caption

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As Kenya Keeps Schools Shut, Teen Pregnancies Are Rising

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Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, wave to crowds outside Windsor Castle after their wedding in May 2018. Aaron Chown/WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Royal Reporters Chart Harry And Meghan's Journey In 'Finding Freedom'

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