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Aung San Suu Kyi (left) speaks with military generals during the presidential handover ceremony in Naypyitaw, Myanmar on Wednesday. Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, will hold several top positions in the new civilian government, including the post of foreign minister. Nyein Chan Naing/AP hide caption

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A Myanmarese migrant and her child seek care at a refugee health clinic in Mae Sot, Thailand. Mae Sot, a town along the Thai-Myanmar border, is home to many Myanmarese migrants, some of whom are there illegally. Wudan Yan/for NPR hide caption

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After an overpass partially collapsed in Kolkata, India, residents and rescue workers rushed to clear rubble and reach dozens of people who had been under the structure when its supports gave way. Bikas Das/AP hide caption

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Pakistani Government Shuts Off Mobile Phone Network Amid Massive Protest

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Employees work on the construction of an "ice wall" last month at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. March 11 marked the fifth anniversary of the magnitude-9.0 earthquake and tsunami that caused meltdowns at Fukushima. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images hide caption

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These shrimp "Peking ravioli" (aka dumplings) were featured at the third annual Festival of Dumplings in 2014 — honoring Bostonian and celebrity chef Joyce Chen. Pat Greenhouse/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese President Xi Jinping, photographed at The Great Hall Of The People in Beijing, is expected to get a second and final term at a Communist Party congress next year. Lintao Zhang/Getty Images hide caption

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China Hunts For Author Of Anonymous Letter Critical Of Xi Jinping

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Pakistani Christian women mourn the deaths of their family members during a funeral service at a local church in Lahore, Pakistan, on Monday. B.K. Bangash/AP hide caption

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Pakistan In Mourning After Bombing At A Park Kills At Least 70

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Pakistani Christians on Monday mourn one of those killed in a suicide bombing in the eastern city of Lahore on Easter Sunday. More than 70 people were killed. Islamist extremists continue to carry out deadly attacks despite a military crackdown that has weakened radicals over the past two years. K.M. Chaudary/AP hide caption

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Group Claims Responsibility For Pakistan Attack; Targeted Christians

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