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Mashrou' Leila Performance Canceled At Lebanon Music Festival

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (left) looks on as U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer speaks with and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He in Shanghai on Wednesday. Ng Han Guan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ethiopians Plant 350 Million Trees As Part Of 'Green Legacy' Program

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Trucks churn up coal dust at the Tavan Tolgoi coal mine in the South Gobi desert. The Tavan Tolgoi deposit is estimated to possess 6.5 billion tons of coal, including high-grade coking coal — a product vital to the steel-making process. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Mongolia's Long Road To Mining Wealth

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Princess Haya bint al-Hussein of Jordan (right), accompanied by her lawyer lawyer Fiona Shackleton (center), leaves the High Court in London on Tuesday. Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Koreans in Seoul watch a file image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observing a missile launch after Pyongyang's latest test was announced on Wednesday. Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images hide caption

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South Korea Says About 20% Of Its Population Is At Risk For Internet Addiction

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A set of pink seesaws allowed people to share some fun along the U.S.-Mexico border wall this week. Here, a woman helps her little girls ride the seesaw that was installed near Ciudad de Juarez, Mexico. Christian Chavez/AP hide caption

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Will Russia Allow Street Protests To Continue In Moscow Or Is A Crackdown Coming?

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Huawei Reports Its Revenue Is Soaring Despite Roadblocks From The U.S.

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