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Leading Pro-Democracy Activist Joins Hong Kong Protests After Release From Jail

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After Leader Shelves Extradition Bill, Protesters Return Angrier To Streets

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Following Mass Protests, Hong Kong Suspends Extradition Bill

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Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's chief executive, pauses during a news conference in Hong Kong on Saturday. The Hong Kong government will suspend consideration of a China-backed extradition bill that triggered massive protests. Justin Chin/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Employees peek through the door of a showroom at a food factory in Pyongyang, North Korea. Dita Alangkara/AP hide caption

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Why South Korea Is Sending $8 Million In Food Aid To North Korea

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2 Killed During Stabbing Attack In Japan

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Prelude To A Rumble: In Visit Including Wrestling Match, U.S.-Japan Rifts Exposed

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Trade Is Likely To Come Up During Trump's Visit To Japan

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In this episode last September of News From Soldiers' Hometowns, an evening show on North Korea's Korean Central Television, the show's anchor is interrupted by a presenter who walks on with papers in hand to deliver an update. DPRK Today/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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With New Style And Graphics, North Korea Gives Propaganda A Makeover

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Historic First For Asia: Taiwan Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

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A South Korean woman has her head shaved in a photograph taken by Jeon Bora. Having short hair and no makeup is a common symbol of the "escape the corset" movement, which aims to reject South Korea's standards of beauty and social pressure to conform. Jeon's photographs document the women involved in this movement in stark black-and-white images. Jeon Bora hide caption

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South Korean Women 'Escape The Corset' And Reject Their Country's Beauty Ideals

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Japan's Emperor Akihito, with Empress Michiko, waves to well-wishers in the central Japanese prefecture of Mie on April 18. Emperor Akihito takes part in a series of rituals ahead of his abdication. Kazuhiro Ngoi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Emperor Akihito, Japan's 'Surprising Pacifist,' Steps Down After 30 Years

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