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Malaysia Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts about Malaysia to learn more about the country located in Southeast Asia.

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Tiananmen Square Fast Facts

View CNN's Tiananmen Square Fast Facts for more information about the events in Beijing's Tiananmen Square on June 3-4, 1989.

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Trump: Date and location for Kim summit 'hasn't changed'

US President Donald Trump seemed to revive hopes for a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month, telling reporters at the Oval Office ...

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China, Germany to stay in Iran nuclear deal as Khamenei lists demands

In comments likely to frustrate the White House, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said their countries will stand by ...

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North Korea: willing to meet Trump despite canceled summit

North Korea says Kim Jong Un is still willing to meet Donald Trump "at any time," despite the US President's abrupt cancellation of what would have ...

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Australian grandmother sentenced to death by hanging for drug smuggling

Maria Elvira Pinto Exposto has been sentenced to death by hanging after a Malaysian court overturned an earlier acquittal of drug smuggling charges.

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Jet Li tells fans he's 'feeling great' after shocking viral photo

Martial arts champion and film star Jet Li spoke out on Wednesday for the first time since a viral photo prompted alarm about his health earlier this week.

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North Korea declares its nuclear test site disabled hours before Trump cancels summit 

The spectacle was seen as a gesture toward diplomacy with the United States, but Trump abruptly called off planned talks in Singapore.

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Who’s to blame for the hiccup in North Korea talks? South Koreans say Bolton.

South Korea’s president will meet Trump on Tuesday as problems cloud a scheduled summit with Kim.

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‘Worse than the civil war’: Kabul violence makes Afghans fearful of unseen enemies — and each other

A car backfiring and a student’s backpack now trigger panic.

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Taliban overruns parts of Afghan city of Farah in major offensive

Afghan and U.S. planes bombed the area to halt the insurgents’ advance.

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The Border Patrol tries to win over Hispanic communities — by singing love songs in Spanish

Something very, very different is going on at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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‘You can’t appease tyrants and bullies’: Mexican candidates take hard line on Trump

In their second debate, Mexico’s presidential candidates competed over how to confront Trump.

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More than 100 people dead after airliner crashes in Cuba on domestic flight

A state-run newspaper reported that three people survived the crash. Images posted on social media showed smoke rising from the crash site south of Havana.

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Dutch-led investigators say Russian missile shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine in 2014

The Kremlin could be found culpable for the deaths of 298 civilians, worsening tensions between Russia and the West.

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Ireland votes on its abortion ban, a ‘once in a generation’ decision

The tally may be especially close in the rural heart of the country.

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Giuseppe Conte, a political novice, is on the verge of becoming Italy’s prime minister

An academic, Conte has no political experience.

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After the royal wedding, will Meghan Markle have to rein in her activism?

She had opinions and spoke her mind before her engagement to Prince Harry.

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Migrants say these mass shelters are like prisons. Germany wants to build more.

Officials say the facilities will streamline deportations, but critics see a doomed strategy.

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Duchess Meghan Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts about Meghan Markle, wife of Great Britain's Prince Harry and Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex.

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Duchess Catherine Fast Facts

Read CNN's Fast Facts about Duchess Catherine of Cambridge, the former Kate Middleton.

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Ireland's yes voters celebrate a 'leap forward' in landmark vote on abortion

Irish yes voters celebrated a landslide victory in a referendum on abortion Saturday.

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Pranksters trick UK's top diplomat. Foreign Office not laughing.

The British government has opened an investigation into how a notorious duo of Russian pranksters were able to add British Foreign Secretary Boris ...

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Missile that downed MH17 from 'Russian brigade'

A missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in eastern Ukraine nearly four years ago was fired from a launcher belonging to Russia's 53rd ...

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Sweden passes law defining sex without consent as rape

Sweden has become the latest European country to recognize sex without mutual consent as rape, passing a law stipulating that people must consent with clear verbal or body language.

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Despite sanctions, Putin pulls world back to Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin presides this week over the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, continuing a charm offensive that aims to revive Brand Russia.

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Irish across world travel #HomeToVote in abortion referendum

Ireland will vote Friday on whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment to the country's constitution, which says a mother and her fetus have equal rights to life. A No vote would keep Ireland's abortion laws in place.

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