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Critics Raise Questions About Donald Trump Jr.'s Visit To India

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Bhutan Faces Challenges As it Sits Between Asia's Biggest Powers

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Head coach Sandra Kiriasis threatened to take the Jamaican women's bobsled with her after getting fired from the team. Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images For IBSF hide caption

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Barnaby Joyce, the Deputy Prime Minister, seated at the right, and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during Question Time on Wednesday in Canberra, Australia. Michael Masters/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Ambassador Branstad's Relationship With China's President Ease Tensions?

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A man impersonating Kim Jong Un throws out a thumbs up in front of the North Korean cheerleaders attending an Olympic women's ice hockey game Wednesday. Yelim Lee/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. McConnell's Statements On Immigration Echo Former Chinese Communist Leader

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Fayes Khamal tests out a kite he's just made in the Hakimpara Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. Allison Joyce for NPR hide caption

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A 10-Year-Old Kid Is Making Magic With His Kites

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The environment is central to Bhutan's Gross National Happiness. The Index measures a myriad of issue including attitudes on conservation, pollution and waste. Preserving 60% of Bhutan's forests is enshrined in the constitution to maintain the country ecological diversity. Julie McCarthy for NPR hide caption

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U.S. Wants Turkey To Restrain Offensive Against Kurds In Syria

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Archers indulge in a raucous competition, cheering teammates and jeering opponents. Here archers celebrate with a ritual dance after a teammate hit the narrow target. Tashi Dorji hide caption

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Bhutan's Alcohol-Fueled Archery: It's Nothing Like The Olympics

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