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  1. A key member of Kim Jong Un's inner circle touted as a powerful military figure mysteriously vanished from public life recently, sparking rumors he was executed by a North Korean death squad ...

  2. Chevrolet unveiled its new 2019 Silverado pickup in Texas on Saturday and the brand’s talk is all about steel -- whether it’s the truck’s steely-eyed front-end appearance or the metal that lines ...

  3. The three countries where the most journalists are imprisoned are Turkey, China and Egypt, the organization said.

  4. This weekend it’s China’s turn to conduct naval exercises, a series of live-fire drills off the opposite west coast of North Korea, in the cramped seas between North Korea and China ...

  5. You see, after LiAngelo was suspended indefinitely from UCLA's basketball team for his role in a shoplifting incident during the team's trip to China, LaVar Ball made the controversial ...

  6. The government, however, has yet to end a political ban that would allow political parties to campaign ahead of the vote. The EU is Thailand's third trade partner after China and Japan ...

  7. In March, CPJ reported , an Istanbul court ordered at least 19 journalists released who had been jailed in the aftermath of the coup attempt, “but the prosecutor appealed and the journalists ...

  8. A growing number of oil tankers sit idle because no one authorizes payments. An alleged crackdown on graft in Venezuela, seen by critics as an effort by President Nicolas Maduro to consolidate ...

  9. They made music that inspired legions of fans. Rock 'n' roll founding father Chuck Berry, rockers Tom Petty and Greg Allman, grunge icon Chris Cornell, country superstar Glen Campbell and jazz ...

  10. For the second year in a row, more than half of those detained are being held in just three countries: China, Egypt and Turkey, the world’s largest jailer of journalists. Turkish President ...

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