North Korea's military fires missiles during a drill in this undated photo released Oct. 6, 2010, by the Korean Central News Agency. North Korea has agreed to stop nuclear activities and allow inspections, while the U.S. says it will provide food aid to the country. Korean Central News Agency/AP hide caption

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N. Korea To Halt Nuclear Tests; U.S. To Provide Aid

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N. Korea Agrees To Nuclear Moratorium, U.S. Says

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Drone Strikes Tracked Near Afghan-Pakistan Border

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Japanese Autos Lead 'Consumer Reports' Ranking

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Supporters greet Myanmar's pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi, atop her vehicle, as she arrives at an election campaign rally in Thongwa village, Myanmar, on Sunday. The country's new government is holding legislative elections on April 1. Altaf Qadri/AP hide caption

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How Far Will The Changes In Myanmar Go?

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After the earthquake, workers were sent inside Reactor 1 at the Fukushima plant to release some of the pressure building up inside the reactors. Frontline hide caption

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One Year Later, 'Inside Japan's Nuclear Meltdown'

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An Indian butcher chops meat at a mutton market in Mumbai. Indians are consuming more meat than ever before, despite a tradition of vegetarianism. Indranil Mukherjee/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The New Indian Pariahs: Vegetarians

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World Bank Cautions China About Looming Crisis

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Politics In Myanmar Reverberate In Upstate NY

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Ethnic Tibetan pilgrims walk on a road during Tibetan New Year in Langmusixiang, Sichuan province, in western China, Feb. 22. Celebrations are subdued in the Tibetan areas of China this year, after a string of self-immolations and protest against Chinese control. Carlos Barria/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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On Tibetan Plateau, A Sense Of Constant Surveillance

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What China's Internal Politics Mean For The U.S.

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This photo, provided to freetibet.org, shows a man being forcibly detained by security forces in the town of Serther in Tibet following a clash with protesters and police. freetibet.org hide caption

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Protests, Self-Immolation Signs Of A Desperate Tibet

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South Korean Navy ships dock at a floating base near Yeonpyong Island, close to its contested ocean border with North Korea Monday. South Korea conducted live-fire military drills from five islands, ignoring Pyongyang's threat to attack. Bae Jung-hyun/AP hide caption

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Peng Liyuan, the wife of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping, sings during a July 2007 performance celebrating the 80th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army of China. Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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Chinese VP's Wife Shows Off Vocal Pipes, Stripes

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