How China Is Reacting to Trump's Taiwan Call

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Trump's Phone Call To Taiwan's Leader Risks China Tensions

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Trump Transition Latest: Departure From Decades-Long U.S Foreign Policy; 'Thank-You Tour'

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Trump-Taiwan Call Signals Trade Implications, Distancing From Traditional Allies

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Trump Talks With Taiwan, In A Move That May Spell Friction With China

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Trump's Call With Taiwan President Breaks Decades Of Diplomatic Tradition

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China Reacts To Donald Trump's Call With Taiwan

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President-elect Donald Trump has spoken with Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen, pictured earlier this year, a conversation that may irritate the Chinese government. Chiang Ying-ying/AP hide caption

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Researchers Uncover Misreporting In Chinese Birth Statistics

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Why U.S.-Philippine Relations Could Improve Under Trump Presidency

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Chinese Company Begins Construction On Titanic Replica

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President-elect Donald Trump, seen here on Nov. 22, spoke with Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday. Trump showered praise on Sharif despite the tensions between the two countries in recent years. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Gushes About Pakistan In Call With Its Prime Minister

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A cricket fan waves the flag of India in 2012. Moviegoers in the country should expect to see much more of it when they catch the latest blockbuster. Greg Wood/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A coal mining brigade unloads a cart full of coal that has been freshly mined from half-a-mile below the surface of the earth. For some rural Mongolians, risking their lives in crude, makeshift mines is the only way to survive. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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Amid Economic Crisis, Mongolians Risk Their Lives For Do-It-Yourself Mining

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Mount Paektu, which sits on the border with China, is known in North Korea as the "sacred mountain of revolution" and considered the legendary birthplace of Kim Jong Il and Korean culture. David Guttenfelder/AP hide caption

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North Korean Volcano Provides Rare Chance For Scientific Collaboration

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A statue of Mozambique's first president, Samora Machel, at a city square in the capital Maputo. The monument is one of many similar statues built throughout Africa by North Korean workers. The United Nations on Wednesday banned the export of North Korean monuments, saying the government was earning hard currency that could be used to advance its nuclear program. Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images hide caption

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Demonstrators hold Indian currency notes during a protest Monday in Bangalore against the government's decision to void 500- and 1,000-rupee notes. Kiran Manjunath /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A police SWAT team member stands guard while residents watch the body of a person killed in an alleged police anti-drug operation in Manila on Nov. 10. Bullit Marquez/AP hide caption

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In Philippine Drug War, Death Toll Rises And So Do Concerns About Tactics

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(Top) Geze Duoji's sister Danzeng Nongzuo enters her home. (Left) Zhaba Songding's mother Cili Zhuoma carries a load of hay home. (Right) Nazhu Zhuoma visits her husband's home. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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The Place In China Where The Women Lead

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