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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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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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The front page of the Communist Party's flagship newspaper the People's Daily (center) and other papers are seen one day after the unveiling of the new Politburo Standing Committee in Beijing last year. Thomas Peter/Reuters hide caption

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Chinese Leaders Leverage Media To Shape How The World Perceives China

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Cargo containers are loaded on ships at a port in Qingdao in China's eastern Shandong province in April. China said it will impose tariffs of 5 percent to 10 percent on $60 billion worth of U.S. products, starting on Monday. -/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese Activist Arrested By Police Mid-Interview

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Pompeo Talks North Korea Denuclearization In Singapore

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U.S. Marks Return Of Remains Of U.S. Soldiers Who Died In Korean War

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According To Reports North Korea Still Producing Missiles

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