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Last Surviving Khmer Rouge Leaders Found Guilty Of Genocide
By Sopheng Cheang, AP
Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan were sentenced to life in prison.
Japan’s New Cybersecurity Minister Admits He Doesn't Actually Use Computers
Yoshitaka Sakurada obviously needed no experience for the role.
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Fans Remember Stan Lee's Indian Superhero Chakra The Invincible
Chakra The Invincible used his powers to help keep Mumbai safe.
Indonesian Woman Wears Wedding Dress Alone After Fiance Dies In Lion Air Crash
Intan Syari and Rio Nanda Pratama, both 26, had planned to get married Nov. 11.
India's Me Too Moment Could Change The Film Industry Forever
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Bollywood has an annual worldwide audience of 2.7 billion people. What happens there is a matter of global importance.
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I’m Adopted, But I Won’t Be Celebrating National Adoption Month
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National Adoption Awareness Month minimizes individual experiences of adoptees and masks the deeper systemic problems that keep the practice in existence.
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Japanese Groom Spends $18,000 To Get Married To A Hologram
Akihiko Kondo points out that he never has to worry about his virtual wife cheating or dying.
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Facing Global Outcry, China Decides Not To Legalize Rhino Horn And Tiger Bone
A senior Chinese cabinet official said that last month’s order to partially lift a 25-year ban on the two animal products had been “postponed after study.”
New Satellite Images Show Hidden North Korea Missile Bases
By Josh Smith, Reuters
Despite denuclearization negotiations with the Trump administration, researchers spotted maintenance and infrastructure improvements across at least 13 sites.
U.S. Navy Warplane Crashes Into The Sea Northeast Of The Philippines
This was the second crash involving aircraft belonging to the USS Ronald Reagan in less than a month.
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BTS Gig On Japanese TV Canceled Over Member's Atomic Bomb T-Shirt
An international incident erupted ahead of the K-pop band's Japanese tour.
China's State-Run News Unveils Deeply Creepy New AI Anchor
Both impressively realistic and yet unsettlingly soulless.
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Donald Trump Mocks Japanese Reporter: 'I Really Don't Understand You'
The president also asked the reporter to "say hello to Shinzo," referencing Japan's prime minister.
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Ivanka Trump Set To Gain 16 New Trademarks In China, Including For Voting Machines
The president's daughter and senior adviser nears a deal that raises more questions about how the Trumps mix private business with White House work.
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U.S. Trade Deficit With China Hits All-Time High Despite Tariffs
The gap is expected to grow even more despite penalties on billions of dollars of Chinese goods.
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NPR Journalist Accuses Former Indian Minister MJ Akbar Of Rape
Pallavi Gogoi said India's former minister of state for external affairs sexually harassed and raped her over two decades ago.
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India Now Boasts The World's Tallest Statue, And It's Twice Lady Liberty's Size
The 600-foot Statue of Unity was unveiled amid objections from local leaders.
Lion Air Plane Crash Site Searched; Rescue Workers May Have Found Fuselage
By Cindy Silviana and Ed Davies, Reuters
The 22-meter long object was discovered in waters about 32 meters deep, and a sonar is being used to identify it.
China Just Legalized Rhino Horn And Tiger Bone For Medical Use, Reversing 25-Year Ban
The Chinese government has “signed a death warrant for imperiled rhinos and tigers in the wild," environmentalists warned.
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Rescue Teams Search Lion Air Plane Crash Site For Victims, Debris
By Niniek Karmini and Stephen Wright, AP
The National Search and Rescue Agency said that 10 intact bodies, as well as body parts, have been recovered.
Japan's Princess Ayako Surrenders Royal Status For Love
Princess Ayako has surrendered her royal status as she marries for love.
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Japanese Princess Ayako Marries Commoner Kei Moriya At Meiji Shrine
By Yuri Kageyama, AP
Women who marry into the imperial family become members of the family, but those who marry commoners, like Ayako, must leave.
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Lion Air Plane Crashes Into The Sea Minutes After Taking Off In Jakarta
By Achmad Ibrahim and Stephen Wright, AP
All 189 people on board were likely killed, officials said.
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Knife-Wielding Woman Injures 14 Children In China School Attack
The attacker, a 39-year-old woman, was taken in custody and no motive for the assault was released.
China Trolls Trump Over Report It's Hacked His iPhone
Russian and Chinese spies reportedly listen in on the president's phone calls regularly.
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