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Youths perform in front of a cellphone camera while making a TikTok video on the roof of their residence in Hyderabad, India, in February. India's government has banned 59 Chinese-owned apps including TikTok. Noah Seelam/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'TikTok Changed My Life': India's Ban On Chinese App Leaves Video Makers Stunned

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A DJI Technology drone flies during a demonstration in Shenzhen, China, in 2014. DJI sells the majority of Chinese-made drones bought in the United States. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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'We're Not Being Paranoid': U.S. Warns Of Spy Dangers Of Chinese-Made Drones

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Kim Chol Ho, deputy manager of the Rajin port, in North Korea's Rason Special Economic Zone, looks out at small fishing boats. Despite stepped-up international sanctions, North Korea is still trading extensively with China. Eric Talmadge/AP hide caption

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The 'Livelihood Loophole' And Other Weaknesses Of N. Korea Sanctions

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