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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet in Beijing in January. The two leaders plan to meet this week in North Korea, according to state news agencies of both countries. Li Xueren/AP hide caption

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Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong addresses the crowd outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council on Monday, during a demonstration demanding that Hong Kong's leaders step down and permanently withdraw an extradition bill. Jorge Silva/Reuters hide caption

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Hong Kong Activist Joshua Wong Is Freed, Says He Will Join Mass Protests

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U.S. Trade Office To Hold Hearings On Planned Tariffs On China

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Protests Continue In Hong Kong Over Extradition Bill

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News Brief: Tankers Attacked, Hong Kong Protests, Power Grid Outage

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'Patron Saints Of Nothing' Is A Book For 'The Hyphenated'

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Protesters Call For Hong Kong Leader To Step Down

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After Leader Shelves Extradition Bill, Protesters Return Angrier To Streets

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Following Mass Protests, Hong Kong Suspends Extradition Bill

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India teammates celebrate after winning the Cricket World Cup match between India and Australia at the Oval in London on June 9. The team will face Pakistan this Sunday. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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In India And Pakistan, Cricket Fans Are Gearing Up For Their Favorite World Cup Match

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Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's chief executive, pauses during a news conference in Hong Kong on Saturday. The Hong Kong government will suspend consideration of a China-backed extradition bill that triggered massive protests. Justin Chin/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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