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Shim Suk-hee (front left) races during the women's 1,500-meter finals at a World Cup short track speedskating event at the Utah Olympic Oval on Nov. 13, 2016, in Kearns, Utah. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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South Korea Will Interview Thousands Of Athletes After Rape And Abuse Allegations

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South Korea's Sports Prestige Gets Eclipsed By Sexual Abuse Against Female Athletes

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An employee of Tokyo Electric Power Co. works at Japan's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant to decontaminate the area after the 2011 nuclear meltdown. A Vietnamese laborer in Japan on a training program says he was also put to work cleaning up the site, but with inadequate gear. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images hide caption

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As Japan Tries Out Immigration, Migrant Workers Complain Of Exploitation

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South Korean journalist and former North Korean defector Kim Myong Song speaks at a cafe in Seoul. The government's decision to ban him from covering an inter-Korean meeting raised concerns about press freedom. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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For A North Korean Defector Turned Journalist, Warming Ties Are Cause For Worry

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North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un Kicks Off New Year With Address And A Warning To U.S.

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North Korean Leader Addresses Policy Issues In New Year's Address

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Japan Plans To Resume Commercial Whaling Operations

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The interior of the DMZ train, a three-car tourist train. It is decorated with words such as "love," "peace" and "harmony," in several languages. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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South Korea Sends 1st Train In Plan To Reconnect With North

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South Korean Train Heads To The North For The First Time In More Than A Decade

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Ethnic Chinese students from the United States and Indonesia join local students for a martial arts class in Taishan, a city in China's Guangdong province. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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China Tries To Woo A Sprawling Global Chinese Diaspora

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Men walk past a TV screen showing a news program with an image of Japanese freelance journalist Jumpei Yasuda, on Wednesday. Yasuda, who disappeared three years ago in Syria, has been released and is now in Turkey, a Japanese official said. Eugene Hoshiko/AP hide caption

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News Brief: Israel After Khashoggi's Killing, Trump Signs Opioid Bill

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Japanese Journalist Released After 3 Years' Captivity In Syria

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Why Secretary Of State Pompeo's Latest Trip To Asia Was Remarkable In 2 Ways

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Pompeo Describes Talks With North Korea's Leader As 'Productive'

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