Indian security personnel patrol a street ahead of a potentially explosive court verdict on whether Hindus or Muslims should control a disputed holy site in Ayodhya, India, Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP hide caption

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Gates, Buffett Discuss Philanthropy With Chinese

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House Passes Bill Aimed At Chinese Currency

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South Koreans at the Seoul Railway Station watch Tuesday as a TV news program shows a portrait of Kim Jong Un. The youngest son of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Il is being groomed as the country's next leader, but little is known about him. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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Tough Transition Awaits N. Korean Heir-Apparent

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Rumors Grow Over North Korean Succession

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North Korea's Historical Party Meeting Is Underway

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Pakistanis Protest Scientist's Sentencing In U.S.

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Some 2,000 Chinese workers clash with police as they stage a strike outside the Taiwan-funded KOK Machinery rubber factory in Kunshan, east China's Jiangsu province, on June 7. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Momentum Builds Behind Chinese Workers' Protests

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No Easy Answers In Afghanistan, Pakistan

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Chinese protesters burn a Japanese flag during a demonstration in front of the Japanese consulate in Hong Kong on Sept. 18. Antony Dickson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China's Premier Threatens Japan Over Boat Dispute

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Seychelles Sinks As Climate Change Advances

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Elderly Japanese exercise on the grounds of a temple in Tokyo in celebration of Japan's Respect for the Aged Day on Sept. 21, 2009. Japan prides itself on the world's longest life expectancy but is struggling with a disturbing footnote to that statistic -- revelations that hundreds of thousands of people listed as its oldest citizens are either long dead or haven't been heard from for decades. Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tracking Down Japan's Missing Centenarians

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