Pakistan: 'Terror State' Or American Ally?
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Chinese Security Forces Round Up Tibetan Protesters
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Students from China celebrate the dedication of the Taylor International School and dorm, where they live while attending Lake Shore High School in St. Clair, Mich. Deb Jacques/C&G Newspapers hide caption

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High School Draws Chinese Students, Tuition Dollars
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Suu Kyi's First Trip Out Of Myanmar Signals New Era
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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Suu Kyi Travels To Thailand
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For the past two months, the Philippines and China have been locked in a standoff over territory in the South China Sea that both countries claim.The Philippine navy accused Chinese boats of fishing illegally in the area. Protesters in the Philippines are shown here marching in Manila earlier this month. Pat Roque/AP hide caption

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China, Philippines Face Off Over Remote Islands
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India's Parliament Blamed For Slow Economic Growth
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Dog Follows Cyclists For 1,100 Miles
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A local resident entertains visitors to the Kawah Kamojang geothermal field in West Java. He puts a length of bamboo to the steam coming from the ground to make a whistle, then throws soda cans into the vent, which shoots them high into the air. The Dutch colonial government drilled Indonesia's first geothermal wells at Kamojang in 1926, when the country was still known as the Dutch East Indies. Yosef Riadi for NPR hide caption

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For Future Energy, Volcanic Indonesia Bets On Heat
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Fang Hong is seeking compensation for the year he spent in a Chinese labor camp — his sentence for a scatological tweet that mocked politician Bo Xilai and Police Chief Wang Lijun. Louisa Lim/NPR hide caption

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A Tweet, A Year In A Labor Camp, And Now An Appeal
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Moviegoers watch a 3-D IMAX movie at a Beijing theater run by the Chinese company Wanda, which recently announced it was buying AMC movie theaters for $2.6 billion. The move is seen as part of a larger effort by the Chinese conglomerate to move into the U.S. market. Ng Han Guan/AP hide caption

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Hollywood Dreams Led Chinese Firm To Buy Into U.S.
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Treason Trial Complicates U.S.-Pakistani Relations
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Muslims (in the foreground) face a group of Christians during a bloody clash in Ambon, the provincial capital of Indonesia's Maluku Island, on Sept. 11, 2011. The riot exposed deep fault lines between Christians and Muslims in Indonesia. Angkotasan/Getty Images hide caption

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Hard-Line Muslims Test Indonesia's Tolerance
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