What You Need To Know About Foxconn

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Life In Yemen's Taiz: A City Under Siege

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Pittsburgh Summer Camp Introduces Refugees To U.S. Culture

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Filmmaker Dreams Of A Romantic Comedy Set In Rwanda

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Russian President Vladimir Putin answers questions at a joint news conference with Finnish President Sauli Niinisto in Savonlinna, Finland, on Thursday. Mikhail Klimentyev/AP hide caption

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions leaves the White House in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. Sessions is traveling to El Salvador on Thursday to discuss gang violence with his counterparts there. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The HMS Queen Elizabeth, one of two brand-new British aircraft carriers, trails a collection of tug boats on the Firth of Forth in Scotland last month. U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the massive carriers, which have been billed as some of the biggest ships ever built for the Royal Navy, will sail through the disputed waterways of the South China Sea as a show of strength. Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A teddy bear was set up by supporters of the family of British baby Charlie Gard outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London on Monday. After months of legal conflict over whether an experimental treatment might help Charlie or would only cause suffering, the baby will be transferred to a hospice facility to die. Chris J. Ratcliffe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At a security conference in Australia on Thursday, Adm. Scott Swift said he would launch a nuclear strike against China next week if President Trump ordered it. He warned against the military ever shifting its allegiance from civilian control. Rod McGuirk/AP hide caption

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State Control Leaves Investigative Journalists In China Demoralized

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Palestinians celebrate in front of the Lion's Gate entrance to Al-Aqsa Mosque after Israeli security measures were removed from the Al-Aqsa Compound in Jerusalem on Wednesday. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Lebanon's Prime Minister On Help For Syrian Refugees

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Tensions Escalate Between India And China In Remote Border Area

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Venezuelans began blocking deserted streets Wednesday as the opposition held a two-day strike opposing President Nicolas Maduro's planned vote for a new Constituent Assembly. A banner reading "The Constituent Is Hunger," is seen in Caracas' Petare neighborhood on Wednesday. Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What's Next After NATO Allies' Largest Military Exercise Since The Cold War?

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U.K. Bans Gas And Diesel Cars Starting 2040: Electric Cars Are The Future

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