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APTOPIX Obama Vietnam
President Barack Obama greets women at the door as he walks from the Bún chả Hương Liên restaurant after having dinner with American Chef Anthony Bourdain in Hanoi, Vietnam, Monday, May 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
Hiroshima Voices Japanese American Veteran
FILE - In this May 3, 2016 file photo, Arthur Ishimoto, 93, a Japanese-American and U.S. Army Military Intelligence Service veteran, poses with archival photographs of himself as he is interviewed in Honolulu. Ishimoto believes dropping the atomic bombs on Japan saved a million American lives - including his own - as well as at least 5 to 10 million Japanese lives. (AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy, File)
Clinton Email
In this photo taken Dec. 19, 2015, Huma Abedin, center, aide to Hillary Clinton, stands on stage after a Democratic presidential primary debate in Manchester, N.H. FBI agents probing whether Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server imperiled government secrets appear close to completing their work, a process experts say will likely culminate in a sit-down with the former secretary of state. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
Mideast Yemen
People gather at the scene after a pair of suicide bombings attack in the southern city of Aden, Yemen, Monday, May 23, 2016. Yemeni security officials say that a pair of suicide bombers killed dozens of people in the southern city of Aden. (AP Photo)
Japan US Hiroshima Voices
In this May 3, 2016, photo, Arthur Ishimoto, 93, a Japanese-American and U.S. Army Military Intelligence Service veteran, poses with archival photographs of himself as he is interviewed in Honolulu. Two very different visions of the hell that is war are seared into the minds of World War II survivors on opposite sides of the Pacific. Collectively, they help explain the differing reactions to President Barack Obama's decision to become the first sitting American president to visit the memorial to atomic bomb victims in Hiroshima later this week. Ishimoto said it's good for Obama to visit Hiroshima to "bury the hatchet", but there's nothing to apologize for. (AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy)
Staff Sgt. Cory Griffin (Photo courtesy: usjag.org)