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    US, EU, Japan Will Take China to Task for Violating WTO Rules
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    Swiss Skiers First Athletes Hit by Norovirus at Games
  • South Korea to Pay $2.6 Million for North Korea’s Olympic Expenses
    South Korea to Pay $2.6 Million for North Korea’s Olympic Expenses
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    Taiwan’s Traffic Light Men Get Girlfriends Just in Time for Valentine’s Day
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    North Korea ‘Decision Time’ Is Near: U.S. Intelligence Chief
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    New Discovery at Supervolcano Appears to Point to Potential Eruption
  • British Defense Secretary Says Warship Bound for South China Sea: Media
    British Defense Secretary Says Warship Bound for South China Sea: Media
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    Cyclone Wreaks Havoc in Tonga’s Capital, Parliament Flattened, Homes Wrecked
  • Former NZ Prime Minister English to Leave Parliament
    Former NZ Prime Minister English to Leave Parliament
  • Japanese Lawmakers Push for Legislation to Ban Medical Tourism to China for Organ Transplants
    Japanese Lawmakers Push for Legislation to Ban Medical Tourism to China for Organ Transplants
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    German Plagiarism Awards All Go to Chinese Companies Making Knockoff Goods
  • Hundreds of People Infected With Virus in Winter Olympics Host City
    Hundreds of People Infected With Virus in Winter Olympics Host City
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    Giant Feral Boar Eats From Dumpster Outside School
  • Giant Rat Terrorizes Shoppers in Phillipines Mall
    Giant Rat Terrorizes Shoppers in Phillipines Mall
  • Trump Chooses Hard-Line Admiral as Ambassador to Australia
    Trump Chooses Hard-Line Admiral as Ambassador to Australia
  • Hundreds Gather at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument to Demand Election
    Hundreds Gather at Bangkok’s Democracy Monument to Demand Election
  • Sweden’s Kalla Wins First Pyeongchang Gold
    Sweden’s Kalla Wins First Pyeongchang Gold
  • Reuters Reveals Details of Rohingya Mass Executions
    Reuters Reveals Details of Rohingya Mass Executions
  • Former British Banker Denied New Trial in Hong Kong Double Murder Case
    Former British Banker Denied New Trial in Hong Kong Double Murder Case
  • Dog Meat Served in South Korean Restaurants Despite Government Pressure Ahead of Olympics
    Dog Meat Served in South Korean Restaurants Despite Government Pressure Ahead of Olympics
  • South Korean President to Meet Sister of North Korean Dictator
    South Korean President to Meet Sister of North Korean Dictator
  • B-52 Bomber Drops Record Number of Bombs on Taliban Bases in Afghanistan
    B-52 Bomber Drops Record Number of Bombs on Taliban Bases in Afghanistan
  • North Korean Ship Carrying Olympic Artists Tests Unity Over Sanctions
    North Korean Ship Carrying Olympic Artists Tests Unity Over Sanctions
  • Earthquake-Hit Taiwan City Still on Edge as Rescuers Hunt Survivors
    Earthquake-Hit Taiwan City Still on Edge as Rescuers Hunt Survivors
  • North Korea Says No Plans to Meet US Officials at Olympics, Washington Seeks More Sanctions
    North Korea Says No Plans to Meet US Officials at Olympics, Washington Seeks More Sanctions
  • At Least Seven Killed, 67 Missing After Quake Rocks Taiwan Tourist Area
    At Least Seven Killed, 67 Missing After Quake Rocks Taiwan Tourist Area