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Kim Hak-min, 30, is an electrical engineering student at Sogang University who fixes iPhones as a side business. Elise Hu/NPR hide caption

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How Steve Jobs Helped This North Korean Defector 'Think Different'

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Apple has been accused of removing apps from its China App Store that can be used to skirt the country's Internet filters. Above, customers at an Apple Store in Beijing in 2016. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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People watch as coverage of an ICBM missile test is displayed on a screen in a public square in Pyongyang on July 29, 2017. Kim Won-Jin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Analysts: North Korea Improves Its Capabilities With Each Missile Test

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North Korea Successfully Launches Second ICBM

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Pakistan's Supreme Court Removes Prime Minister From Office

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A man looks at images depicting missile launches and military exercises, on a display board in Pyongyang, North Korea, earlier this week. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Morning News Brief: GOP Health Plan Fails In Senate, Pakistan's Sharif Removed

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Pakistan's Prime Minister Resigns After Court Disqualifies Him From Office

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Journalists On Trial In Myanmar

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This photograph, taken on July 26, 2017, shows the room where a Pakistani teenage girl was raped as an act of revenge ordered by the tribal council in Muzaffarabad, a suburb of the city of Multan. SS Mirza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What You Need To Know About Foxconn

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Life In Yemen's Taiz: A City Under Siege

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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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