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China appears to wind down threatening wargames near Taiwan

China has repeated military threats against Taiwan while appearing to wind down wargames near the self-governing island it claims as its own territory Learn More


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Japan PM purges Cabinet after support falls over church ties

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At 75, India’s Kashmir challenge shifts foreign policy focus

High in the Himalayas, the achingly beautiful territory of Kashmir has played a pivotal role in shaping the foreign policy of India, which has fought two wars with Pakistan over the region's sovereignty since the two countries gained independence from British colonial rule More »


China's youth face bleak job market as COVID slows economy

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Blinken concerned over detention of Congo opposition figure

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said he was “concerned” about reports of the detention of an opposition political leader in Congo More »


Firefighters subdue deadly blaze at key oil facility in Cuba

Cuba authorities say a deadly fire that has consumed at least half of a large oil storage facility in western Cuba and threatens to bring more power failures to the island's already fragile electric system has been largely controlled after nearly five days More »


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