Yukio Hatoyama, leader of the Democratic Party of Japan, exits a conference room at party headquarters in Tokyo, Aug. 31, 2009. After its landslide election win, the DPJ has begun talks on forming a new government and faces the daunting challenge of reviving the country's struggling economy. Toshifumi Kitamura/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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First Test For Japan's New Ruling Party: The Economy

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Pakistan's Military Wins Swat Valley Radio War

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Myanmar Refugees Flee To China To Escape Clashes

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Japan's Opposition Elected In Historic Victory

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Ruling Party's Reign Broken In Japan

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In Vietnam, Calley's My Lai Apology Barely Registers

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Japan's Ruling Party Poised To Lose Big

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Vietnam's HIV-Positive Orphans Face Discrimination

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Yukio Hatoyama, leader of the opposition Democratic Party of Japan, speaks at a campaign rally Tuesday at Tokyo's Akabane Station. A landslide victory is predicted for the DPJ, which would end the Liberal Democratic Party's historic run in power. Junko Kimura/Getty Images hide caption

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Japan's Opposition Party On Verge Of Historic Win

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Courtesty of Jay Scruggs

CDC Tuberculosis Rule Slows International Adoption

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Does Myanmar Want Nuclear Weapons?

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Former Army officer Lawrence Colburn greets My Lai Massacre survivor Do Ba in 2008. Chitose Suzuki/AP hide caption

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My Lai Soldier: Apology Could Answer Survivors

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