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Two Stars' Suicides Draw Scrutiny To Pressures Of K-Pop Industry, Fans

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Tourists Are Overrunning A Pakistani Region That's Too Friendly For Its Own Good

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Dozens Of Protesters Shot And Killed By Iraqi Security Forces

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Some Worry Trump's Move To Boost Hong Kong Protests Could Backfire

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In Afghanistan, Trump Announces Fresh Taliban Talks

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U.S. Backs Hong Kong Protesters After Pro-Democracy Candidates Win Election

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People gather in support of pro-democracy protesters during a lunch break rally in the Kwun Tong area in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Hong Kong has been battered by months of mass rallies and violent clashes between police and protesters who are demanding direct popular elections of the semi-autonomous Chinese territory's government, as well as an investigation into alleged police brutality. Nicolas Asfouri/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Protests Thailand's Plan To Ban 3 Pesticides

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Leak Of Classified Chinese Documents Adds New Detail To How Uighurs Have Been Detained

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Members of the pro-Taiwan independence Taiwan Solidarity Union march in downtown Taipei in support of Hong Kong protesters demanding more freedom and autonomy from China. Alberto Buzzola/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Some Hong Kong Protesters Are Seeking Refuge In Taiwan. For Taiwan, It's Complicated

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An illustration of the landing craft stands behind members of the media at an Indian Space Research Organisation facility this year in Bangalore, India. Authorities initially chalked up the failed landing in September to a loss of communication with the craft; last week, they revealed what happened to it. Manjunath Kiran/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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China Wanted A Spy In Australia's Parliament, Reports Say

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Taiwan Grapples With Immigration As Protesters From Hong Kong Look To Seek Asylum

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Kurt Tong, Former U.S. Consul General To Hong Kong, Discusses City's Local Elections

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Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam addresses the media after casting her vote during Sunday's district council elections. After results showed a landslide victory for pro-democracy candidates, Lam said she would listen "humbly" to the will of the voters. Ye Aung Thu/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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