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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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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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In Malaysia, Calls for New Leaders to Revisit Old Abductions and Deaths

The new government is being urged to re-examine mysterious abductions, deaths of prisoners in custody and politically charged murders.

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Drought Adds to Woes of Afghanistan, in Grips of a Raging War

Severe shortages of rainfall across the country could leave up to two million more people without food, the United Nations warned.

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Bangladesh anti-drug operation leads to dozens of deaths

More than 70 people are killed by security forces as part of an operation under way in the country.

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'No credible evidence for cricket claims'

Australian cricket chiefs say they are not aware of "any credible evidence" to link their players to corruption allegations made in a new documentary.

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North Korea's Kim 'set on' Trump summit

The North Korean leader increases speculation that the on-off summit could take place after all.

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State Department warns U.S. citizens in China after employee suffers possible sonic attack

Though there may not be a link, the case recalls incidents affecting diplomats in Cuba.

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South Korea asks: Who is that mystery man with Pompeo and Kim?

A CIA official in the middle of summit planning has become a fascination.

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Climate change, crowding imperil iconic route to top of Mount Everest

Several veteran climbers are avoiding the Khumbu Icefall, moving their expeditions to the northern side of the mountain.

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Report claims Rohingya militant group massacred nearly 100 Hindus

Members of a Rohingya militant group allegedly massacred dozens of men, women and children, execution-style in Hindu villages in Myanmar's Rakhine State last year, according to a new Amnesty International report.

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Pompeo says China incident 'entirely consistent' with Cuba 'sonic attacks'

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday that an incident involving a US government employee stationed in China who reported "abnormal sensations of sound and pressure" suggesting a mild brain injury has medical indications that are "very similar" and "entirely consistent" to those experienced by American diplomats posted in Havana.

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Australia's attempts to rebuild relationship with Beijing run into trouble

Antagonistic statements by top media and political figures in Australia and China have undermined attempts by Canberra to rebuild its relationship ...

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MH370 investigators dismiss murder-suicide theory

Australian investigators who led a four-year search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have defended their theory that the plane's ...

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India court halts expansion of copper plant after clashes

A court in India's southern Tamil Nadu state has passed an interim order to stop the expansion of a copper smelter that residents argue is causing ...

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MH370 search to end on May 29 after four years

The search for flight MH370 will end next week after more than four years, at a cost of tens of millions of dollars spent and with no clue of what ...

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Trump Falsely Says Times Made Up Source in Report on Korea Summit Meeting

The source disputed by President Trump was in fact a senior administration official speaking to a large group of reporters in the White House briefing room.

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Korean leaders meet in surprise summit

The talks happened as efforts continue to get Donald Trump's summit with Kim Jong-un back on track.

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Korean leaders in ‘Hollywood’ meeting

South Korea's movie-style video shows its president meet Kim Jong-un for only the second time.

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