A Bhutanese farmer puts her harvest of chilies on the roof of a shed to dry and protect it from wild boars, deer, and monkeys in 2006. James L. Stanfield/National Geographic/Getty Images hide caption

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India's Infrastructure To Blame For Mass Blackouts

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Second Day Of Mass Power Outages Rocks India

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India's Huge Blackout Leaves Millions Without Power

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Archer Im Dong-hyun (right) of South Korea inspects his target after breaking the world record during the men's ranking round Friday. Paul Gilham/Getty Images hide caption

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Federico Macheda of Manchester United (center) challenges players from Shanghai Shenhua during a friendly match between the two teams in Shanghai, China, on Wednesday. Hong Wu/Getty Images hide caption

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Tomatoes getting a splash of water reinforces the notion that McDonald's food is wholesome in China, as seen in this video screengrab. McDonald's China hide caption

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McDonald's Food Has A Healthy Glow, At Least In China

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An old taxi is pushed toward a vehicle license office to be exchanged for an import permit in Yangon, Myanmar. As many Burmese citizens take cars as an investment, many imports are sold and resold with a higher markup. Soe Zeya Tun/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Cars For Clunkers: Myanmar Swaps Old Rides For New

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Millions Of Immigrants Cause Tension In Singapore

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Thousands Flee Amid Ethnic Violence In India

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Wife Of Fallen Chinese Leader Charged With Murder

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China Charges Bo Xilai's Wife In British Man's Killing

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