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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on Friday to defuse tensions regarding the Syrian Kurds. [Read More]
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Chinese authorities confirm twins were born to one of the women involved in He Jiankui's highly controversial gene editing experiment. [Read More]
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The latest version of the Pentagon's Missile Defense Review says North Korea remains an "extraordinary threat." [Read More]
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A new report from a Chinese think tank criticizes dozens of foreign companies for not referring to Taiwan and Hong Kong as part of China. [Read More]
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Japan protests Russian border guards detaining and fining Japanese fishermen near the disputed Kuril Islands. [Read More]
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China's state-run Global Times laments the poor training, pay, and physical conditioning of security guards after another school attack. [Read More]
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Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei strives to reassure foreign press his company would resist inappropriate demands from the Chinese government. [Read More]
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Al-Qaeda's Somali affiliate al-Shabaab claims an attack on a Nairobi hotel that killed at least 14, including an American who survived 9/11. [Read More]
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A democracy activist in China gets three and a half years in prison for writing toilet grafitti insulting to communist leader Xi Jinping. [Read More]
Institutes funded by the Taiwanese government announce they will ban phones made by China's Huawei company from accessing their networks. [Read More]
Iran conducts an aerial military exercise near the Strait of Hormuz to show its strength, with a naval exercise to follow. [Read More]
Uighur children are separated from their parents by Chinese authorities and sent to huge orphanages and "boarding schools." [Read More]
China's state-run media tells Westerners to get over their human-rights hangups and appreciate the security "improvements" in Xinjiang. [Read More]
Cybersecurity firm FireEye reports an Iranian hacking group has increased its activity by over 1000 percent as U.S. sanctions intensify. [Read More]
North and South Korea agree to remove landmines and demilitarize the area around Panmunjom, then search for Korean War remains. [Read More]
The summit in Pyongyang between Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un produces an offer for Kim to visit Seoul in the "very near future." [Read More]
The U.S. Air Force released a study contending it will need a 25 percent increase in resources over the next decade. [Read More]
The Chinese are helpfully giving North Korea some free advertising ahead of the expected easing of sanctions and opening to world markets. [Read More]
The Trump administration seems to have modified or abandoned plans to hold a U.N. Security Council session on Iran. [Read More]
Opposition lawmakers walk out of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's State of the Nation address after heckling him as an election thief. [Read More]
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