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It rains, it pours: Haiti’s tragedy compounds

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A president’s assassination, a cratered economy and now this: a tropical depression that will hamper rescue efforts after a massive earthquake. The country cannot catch a break. India and Pakistan parted ways 74 years ago this week; we discuss how the tensions that defined their division still resonate today. And why Indonesia is so good at badminton.

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BIDENS BIGGEST BLUNDER: THE FALL OF KABUL

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Ep. 541 | What the Hill?