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Kim Jong Un Will Visit Seoul In 'Near Future,' Vows To Dismantle Missile Site
Experts remain skeptical of the North Korean leader's pledges to denuclearize, however.
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Korean Leaders Meet In Pyongyang For A Potentially Tough Summit
By Eric Talmadge and Hyung-Jin Kim, AP
South Korean President Moon Jae-in began his third summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
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At Least 40 Feared Trapped In Philippines Landslide: Police
Philippine police say the death toll from Typhoon Mangkhut has climbed to 64.
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Bollywood Star Abhishek Bachchan Praises India's 'Wonderful' Gay Rights Victory
By John Carucci, Associated Press
The "Manmarziyaan" actor also opens up about "The Simpsons" backlash.
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India’s 102-Year-Old Female Runner Wins Gold Medal In Masters Athletics Race
Man Kaur, a Sikh centenarian, just won (another) track and field competition.
Dua Lipa 'Horrified' After Fans Kicked Out Of Concert In China
Some concertgoers claim staff removed people waving LGBTQ flags at the Shanghai show.
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Prince William's Japanese And Chinese Food Mixup Is Truly Cringeworthy
The Duke of Cambridge quickly corrected himself.
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Philippines Starts Evacuations Along Coast As Super Typhoon Nears
By Neil Jerome Morales, Reuters
Typhoon Mangkhut, the strongest storm to hit the country so far this year, is forecast to make landfall early on Saturday.
At Least 11 Dead, Dozens Injured After Driver Rammed Car Into Crowded Square In China
The 54-year-old driver then attacked pedestrians with a spade and knife, police said.
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China Debuts New Rules Severely Restricting Religious Activity Online
The rules ban religious groups from seeking converts, distributing texts, or livestreaming sermons online.
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U.S. Considers Sanctioning Chinese Officials Over Detention Of Muslims: Report
Hundreds of thousands of people have reportedly been placed in internment camps with the aim of renouncing Islam.
Ford Blames Trump's New Tariffs For Why It Won't Bring Hatchback Production Back To U.S.
By Paul Wiseman, AP
The automaker said “it would not be profitable to build the Focus Active in the U.S.”
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Bob Woodward: Nixed Trump Tweet 'Scared The Daylights' Out Of The Pentagon
A proposed tweet would've been seen by North Korea as a sign that "an attack is imminent."
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Trump Tweets 'Thank You' to Kim Jong Un After North Korean Military Parade
The president responded to the news that the Pyongyang celebration didn't include a display of nuclear missiles.
Obama Unloads On Trump, Asks How Hard It Can Be To Say 'Nazis Are Bad'
During a rare speech in Urbana, Illinois, former President Obama had some harsh words for the Trump Administration.
U.S. Trade Deficit Jumps To 5-Month High Despite Trump's Tariffs
Deficits with China and the European Union hit records, according to the latest federal statistics.
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Feds Charge North Korean Programmer In Sony Hack Over Seth Rogen's 'The Interview'
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The charges were filed under seal ahead of Trump's meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
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Japanese Earthquake Triggers Deadly Landslides, Knocks Out Power To Millions
By Kaori Kaneko, Chang-Ran Kim, Reuters
The quake was the latest in a string of natural disasters to batter Japan after typhoons, flooding and a record-breaking heat wave within the past two months.
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Homosexuality Is No Longer A Crime, India Supreme Court Rules
The colonial-era law made homosexual acts punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Kim Jong Un Reaffirms Commitment To Denuclearization As Koreas Set Summit
By Hyung-Jin Kim, Kim Tong-Hyung and Foster Klug, AP
Leaders of the neighboring nations are planning to meet later this month in Pyongyang.
Elon Musk Is Now Baselessly Accusing Thailand Cave Diver Of Being A ‘Child Rapist’
The Tesla CEO is escalating his attacks on Vernon Unsworth, who he says without evidence has a "child bride."
Leon Panetta Says Trump's 'Failed' North Korea Summit Was 'Doomed' From The Start
The meeting with Kim Jong Un "was all about show," the former defense secretary said.
Microwave Weapons Could Be The Culprit Behind The Mysterious U.S. Embassy Attacks
Several experts agree the unorthodox weapons are a "prime suspect," The New York Times reported.
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Ford Cancels Focus Crossover For U.S. Consumers After Trump's Trade War Tariffs
This is the first of potentially many vehicles that will be cut from the American market due to president's tariffs, warns industry expert.
It's A Cultural Moment For Asian Representation – As Long As You're Light Skinned
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Hollywood is making strides, but let’s not overlook the folks outside the margins — the ones who look like me.
Conan O'Brien Is Headed To Japan To Visit 'Conan Town'
The mayor of Hokuei welcomes the late night TV host.
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