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Indian police in plain clothes walk past vehicles damaged during a clash after the Aug. 25 rally led by Hardik Patel. Ajit Solanki/AP hide caption

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An Angry Young Man Leads Protests Against India's Affirmative Action

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Dylan Rodenhaber (18) of the Red Land team of Lewisberry, Pa., waits to shake hands with players on Tokyo's Kitasuna team after the Little League World Series Championship game Sunday in South Williamsport, Pa. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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This image released Monday shows a 26-year-old Thai woman named Wanna Suansun, who is wanted by police in connection with the deadly Aug. 17 blast in Bangkok. National Council for Peace and Order via AP hide caption

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Buddhist And Muslim Relations Underly Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis

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Tokyo Wins Little League World Series 18-11 Over Pa. Team

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Kumu (sp. Parupeneus porphyreus). The Whitesaddle Goatfish has a special place in Hawaiian culture. In ancient Hawaii, the fish were used in offerings to the gods. Courtesy of Derek Yoshinori Wada hide caption

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Supporters of pro-democracy group "Bersih" (Clean) pass a taxi decorated with Malaysian flags as they march toward Dataran Merdeka in Malaysia's capital city of Kuala Lumpur, on Saturday. The group is protesting alleged corruption at the top levels of government. Edgar Su/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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A Thai Royal Police handout photo taken with a mobile phone showing an unidentified suspect, who police say may be linked to the Aug. 17 shrine bombing. Thai Royal Police/Handout/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Months After Deadly Quake, Climbers Again May Go Up Mt. Everest

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Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif speaks during a media conference in Mumbai, India, in 2013. In her latest film, Kaif plays an aid worker for "Medicine International" who helps an Indian soldier track assassinate a terrorist mastermind. Divyakant Solanki/EPA/Landov hide caption

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China's Tricky Economic Transition: From Steel Mills To E-Commerce

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