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The northern white-cheeked gibbon is a critically endangered ape native to China, Vietnam and Laos. Scientists have discovered a new species of gibbon, now extinct, that lived in China as recently as 2,200 years ago. Joachim S. Müller/Flickr hide caption

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Vocalist Freddy Lim of Taiwanese metal group Chthonic performing at Download Festival in Leicestershire, England, in 2013. Kevin Nixon/Metal Hammer Magazine/Future Publishing via Getty Images hide caption

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'Born Independent,' Taiwan's Defiant New Generation Is Coming Of Age

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A crew hangs a Huawei advertising banner on the side of the Las Vegas Convention Center in January. Some senators want to ban it the world's third-largest seller of smartphones from the U.S. Steve Marcus/Reuters hide caption

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Immigration lawyer Margaret Stock displays a document sent to U.S. Army enlistee Shu Luo, threatening him with deportation. Courtesy of Margaret Stock hide caption

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ICE Drops Deportation Threat Against Chinese Student Joining U.S. Army

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A residential building in Dandong, a city near China's northeast border with North Korea. Local authorities have tried to curb speculation in the property market. Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Real Estate Jumps In Chinese City Bordering North Korea

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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced a deal with Chinese telecommunications company ZTE amid U.S.-China trade tensions. Johannes Isele/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China's ZTE To Pay $1 Billion Fine To Settle U.S. Trade Case

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A federal court hears arguments in a case brought by Democratic lawmakers about whether the Trump Organization's business dealings with foreign governments violates the Constitution's Emoluments Clause. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Organization Deals In Asia Fuel Debate On Emoluments Lawsuit

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