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Former national security adviser John Bolton criticized the Trump administration's approach to North Korea during a speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Ousted National Security Adviser Bolton Slams Trump's Approach To North Korea

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Latest Hong Kong Protests Were Some Of The Most Violent Since Clashes Began

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News Brief: Impeachment Inquiry, Clinton Email Probe, Hong Kong Protests

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Pedestrians wait to cross a road in front of a floral installation celebrating the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China in Beijing. Streets have been cleaned and security increased before the Oct. 1 holiday. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Riot police arrive after protesters vandalized property in Hong Kong on Sunday. Riot police fired tear gas Sunday after a large crowd of protesters at a Hong Kong shopping district ignored warnings to disperse in a second straight day of clashes, sparking fears of more violence ahead of China's National Day. Vincent Yu/AP hide caption

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Indian historian Ramachandra Guha (left) speaks with Anamik Shah, the vice chancellor of Gujarat Vidyapith, a university founded by Mahatma Gandhi in 1920, in Ahmedabad, western India. Sam Panthanky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China's Communist Party Celebrates 70 Years In Power

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Suande, whose uncle died the previous month, lays a cloth over his uncle's coffin on the eve of the funeral. Tommy Trenchard and Aurélie Marrier d'Unienville hide caption

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Afghan workers move ballot boxes to trucks getting ready for Saturday's presidential elections in Kabul, Afghanistan. The lead-up to the vote has been marred by violence and uncertainty. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Most Passengers Do Not Enjoy Sitting Next To A Crying Baby

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Chinese-style tile has replaced the domes and domed minarets of the Hongsibao Mosque in China's Ningxia region. Ningxia is home to a large concentration of Hui Muslims, who have long prided themselves on assimilation but are under increasing scrutiny by Chinese authorities. Emily Feng/NPR hide caption

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'Afraid We Will Become The Next Xinjiang': China's Hui Muslims Face Crackdown

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