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President George H.W. Bush and Russian President Boris Yeltsin toast to each other after signing an arms control treaty in January 1993 in Moscow. Bush skillfully cultivated relationships with both Yeltsin and his Soviet predecessor, Mikhail Gorbachev. David Ake/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Failure To Save A Child In Wartime Inspires Wound-Healing Tech

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Hosni Kalaya set fire to himself in the same weeks that Mohamed Bouazizi died from doing so in 2011 in Tunisia. He fears he inspired his half-brother's self-immolation in 2015. Ruth Sherlock/NPR hide caption

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Self-Immolation Rises As Desperate Tunisians Seek Escape From Poverty

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Physician assistant James Williams (right) describes the treatment of burn patients as "a very tactile type of medicine." Wendy Rigby/TPR hide caption

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Civilians With Severe Burns Treated At Texas Military Hospital

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