The graves were apparently opened and reopened multiple times, serving more than one generation. Courtesy of ACT Project hide caption

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In Pakistan, Secrets Of A 3,000-Year-Old Cemetery
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Obama's Foreign Policy, Take Two
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Shaheen Dhada (left) and Renu Srinivasan leave court in Mumbai on Nov. 19. Dhada was arrested for a Facebook post questioning the shutdown of Mumbai for the funeral of a powerful politician; Srinivasan was arrested for "liking" the post. AP hide caption

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Facebook Arrests Ignite Free-Speech Debate In India
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Arson Suspected In Massive Bangladesh Factory Fire
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A map in China's new passports shows disputed islands and territorial waters as belonging to China, which has angered several of its neighbors. He Yuan/EPA/Landov hide caption

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From 'JK' To 'Eye Gunk': Taking U.S. Slang To China
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Before it disappeared from the Web: Here's how People's Daily Online packaged its coverage of the "news" that Kim Jong Un is 2012's sexiest man. People's Daily Online (frame grab of a page that has now been removed) hide caption

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A famous singer, a major general in the army and an AIDS activist, Peng Liyuan is expected to take on yet another role soon: first lady of China. Peng has been married for more than two decades to Xi Jinping, China's newly anointed leader. Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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Will China's First Lady Outshine Her Husband?
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The mysterious, most-interesting, super-sexy North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. (And if you believe all that, you may be reading too many reports from Chinese media.) Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Authorities in Hunan province sentenced Tang Hui to 18 months in a re-education-through-labor camp after she repeatedly complained about the way police investigated the case of her daughter's kidnapping and forced prostitution. An uproar on Weibo, China's answer to Twitter, pushed authorities to free Tang days later. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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How Ordinary Chinese Are Talking And Fighting Back
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A bullet went through 13-year-old Shazia Ramazan's hand when a Taliban gunman opened fire on Malala Yousafzai and other schoolgirls in a van in Pakistan last month. Anja Niedringhaus/AP hide caption

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In Pakistan Shooting, Malala's Friends Also Bear Scars
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Renowned Pakistani Columnist Cowasjee Dies At 86
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