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At Least 130 Killed, Hundreds Injured In Sri Lanka Bombings

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Sri Lankan officials inspect St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo, north of Colombo, the capital, after a series of explosions on Easter Sunday at churches and hotels across Sri Lanka killed more than 200 people and wounded hundreds more. Getty Images hide caption

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The restricted area next to the Koreas' Demilitarized Zone is heavily fortified with military posts and barbed wire to keep people out. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Jet Airways planes are grounded at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai, India, on Thursday after the airline announced it was shutting down because of financial problems. Punit Paranjpe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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News Brief: Mueller Report, North Korea, Brain Tests On Dead Pigs

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A TV report in South Korea uses file footage of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who supervised the test-firing of a "new-type tactical guided weapon" on Wednesday. Lee Jin-man/AP hide caption

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North Korea Announces Testing Of New 'Tactical Guided Weapon'

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In Indonesia, Joko Widodo Secures Another 5-Year Term As President

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Rohingya refugees use a mock elephant during a training session on how to respond to elephant incursions at the Kutupalong refugee camp. The massive refugee camp sits in what used to be a migratory path for elephants moving between Myanmar and Bangladesh. Munir Uz Zaman/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Elephants Pose A Threat To Rohingya Refugees

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Heading Into Indonesia's Election, Islamic Fundamentalism Gains Traction

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News Brief: Notre Dame, Asylum-Seekers, Indonesia Election

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K-Pop Industry Faces Lurid Scandal Involving Sexual Violence And Official Corruption

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Indonesia's Presidential Race Shows Islamic Fundamentalism Is Gaining Traction

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