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Australian Catholic Bishops Conference President Archbishop Mark Coleridge speaks to the media alongside Catholic Religious Australia President Sister Monica Cavanagh, right, during a news conference in Sydney on Friday in response to the child abuse royal commission's recommendations. Peter Rae/AP hide caption

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In the Balukhali refugee camp, boys between the ages of seven and 11 play with forfori, homemade toy airplanes. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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In Bangladeshi Camps, Rohingya Refugees Try To Move Forward With Their Lives

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The South Korean President's Diplomatic Dilemma

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China's first domestically manufactured aircraft carrier, known only as "Type 001A", leaves port in the northeast city of Dalian in May. The vessel has reportedly begun sea trials ahead of its commissioning, expected next year. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.N. Human Rights Probe: Top Myanmar Generals Should Face Genocide Charges

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Myanmar border guard police patrol the fence in the "no man's land" zone between Myanmar and Bangladesh, as seen from Maungdaw, Rakhine state, during a government-organized visit for journalists on Aug. 24. A new U.N. report finds that Myanmar's military and other groups, including the border police, committed atrocities. The report urges the prosecution of military leaders for genocide. Phyo Hein Kyaw/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Myanmar's Military Leaders Should Be Prosecuted For Genocide, Probe Says

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Forced To Flee Myanmar, Rohingya Refugees Face Monsoon Landslides In Bangladesh

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Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo's North Korea Trip Gets Cancelled

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A Brief Reunion And A Heartbreaking Final Goodbye For A Separated Korean Family

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