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In ancient city of Xi’an, China hopes to restart the Silk Road

Xi'an, China (CNN)Michael Chang's love of noodles should make his adopted home a perfect fit. Growing up poor in eastern China, Chang crowded…
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China’s new world order: Xi, Putin and others meet for Belt and Road Forum

Belt and Road Forum, Beijing (CNN)China's leaders are ringing in what they hope is a new world order at a major international conference…
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Just what is this One Belt, One Road thing anyway?

Hong Kong (CNN)Spanning more than 68 countries and encompassing 4.4 billion people and up to 40% of the global GDP, China's One Belt,…
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Number one issue in the South Korean election? Not North Korea

Seoul (CNN)South Koreans go to the polls Tuesday amid heightening tensions with North Korea and saber-rattling from Pyongyang and Washington. Park's humiliating fall…
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Indian minister offers new brides a bat to beat husbands

Delhi (CNN)An Indian state minister has come up with a controversial way to fight alcohol abuse.Alcoholism, he says, is a serious issue for…
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Why hasn’t North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test?

(CNN)The world is anxiously waiting for North Korea's sixth nuclear test.With every nuclear or missile test, North Korea gets closer to its stated…
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Donald Trump, Xi Jinping and the Mao factor

Beijing (CNN)When US President Donald Trump greets his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, in person for the first time in Florida this week, the…
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India becomes second country to give rivers human status

New Delhi (CNN)A decades-long fight against river pollution in India has been given a much needed boost. On Monday, a court in the…
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The most entertaining interview on impeachment (starring a kid)

(CNN)Children are all fun and games until they waltz right in -- literally -- to your interview on international television. Professor Robert Kelly…
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