Indian right-wing nationalist protesters burn an effigy of tennis player Sania Mirza in Mumbai on Wednesday, a day after the tennis star confirmed she will marry Pakistani cricket star Shoaib Malik. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Strains Of Love Across Pakistan-India Border

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On Pakistan's Border, Progress And Challenges

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Myanmar Opposition Party To Boycott Election

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North Korean Economic Crisis Complicates Transition

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In this courtroom drawing, David Coleman Headley faces U.S. District Court Judge Harry Leinenweber on March 18 in Chicago. Headley pleaded guilty to using his Western appearance as a cover while scoping out sites for the deadly 2008 Mumbai siege and plotting to kill a Danish cartoonist. Carol Renaud/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Man With Ties To Islamists Led Two Lives

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Rio Tinto Execs Sentence In China Trial

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Motorcycles are the primary form of transportation in Vietnam, and public health officials are raising the alarm about a new road hazard: texting while driving. Here, a man checks his cell phone while driving in downtown Hanoi, Vietnam, in January. Jeff Holt/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Easy Writer: Bikers Risk Texting On Vietnam's Roads

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Emergency Ministry officers and firefighters carry equipment in downtown Moscow on Monday, March 29, 2010. Two explosions hit the Moscow subway system Monday morning during rush hour, killing at least 37 people, emergency officials and news agencies said. Sergey Ponomarev/AP hide caption

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China Sentences 4 Rio Tinto Employees To Jail

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Indian actress Khusboo speaks on a mobile phone during a film shoot in Madras, India, in this 2005 photo. Khusboo's comments — supporting cohabitation and saying Indians should not expect brides to be virgins — sparked outrage and legal action, leading to this week's Supreme Court ruling. AP hide caption

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Pakistani Foreign Minister On U.S. Talks

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U.S., Pakistan Seek To Build Trust With Talks

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Google Feels China Exit Fallout

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In China, Mixed Reaction To Google's Decision

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Google's China Move Could Yield Benefits

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