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Stalin's Daughter Dies From Colon Cancer

Lana Peters, Stalin's daughter, died last week of colon cancer in a small town in west-central Wisconsin. She chose to live in Wisconsin at least partly because she had met her husband at Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural headquarters, which is located in the state. Wes Peters was an architect who worked with Wright. She says she hated her father because he destroyed her life twice: by refusing to allow her to marry a filmmaker in Russia and then preventing her from studying art and film.
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Pakistani Foreign Minister Discusses NATO Bombing

Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar speaks to Melissa Block about the NATO strikes that killed two dozen Pakistani soldiers over the weekend.
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Questions Remain After NATO Border Raid

An investigation has been launched into how NATO forces killed two dozen Pakistani troops along the Afghan-Pakistani border. There are many theories about what happened — but few solid facts.
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Relationship Sours After Airstrikes In Pakistan

A NATO airstrike killed at least 24 Pakistani soldiers. Afghan officials claim NATO and Afghan forces were responding to gunfire when NATO helicopters and fighter jets fired on Pakistani Army bases. Pakistani military officials say they are rethinking their relationship with the U.S.
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After U.S. Troops Leave, What Happens To Iraq?

Tim Arango, the Baghdad bureau chief for The New York Times, shares personal stories from his time covering the war, including how he tracked down the subject of a famous photograph. He also talks about what the U.S. troop withdrawal means for the future of Iraq — and what will happen after the troops are gone.

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