Rescuers work during a rescue and evacuation operation following a landslide

Landslide At Malaysia Campground Kills 18, Leaves 15 Missing

More than 90 people were sleeping on an organic farm when dirt tumbled from a road about 100 feet above the site and covered about 3 acres.

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A demonstrator holds a paper saying, "End zero-COVID. End dictatorship. Free China."

What The Historic Protests Against Xi Jinping Could Mean For China

As Xi Jinping begins his third term, widespread protests and the response to "zero-COVID" could give a look into China's future and Xi's legacy.

 | Scripps News Staff

A TV screen shows Jin, the oldest member of K-pop supergroup BTS

BTS Member Jin Begins Military Duty At Front-Line Boot Camp

BTS' military enlistment prompted a fierce domestic debate over whether it's time to revise South Korea's conscription system to expand exemptions.

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A security guard in Beijing keeps watch inside a booth displaying a temperature scan device and a travel QR code.

China To Drop Some Travel Tracking As It Relaxes COVID Rules

China recently said it's ending many of its COVID measures. It has enforced some of the world's tightest virus restrictions over the last three years.

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A resident pulls away a mask during COVID test in Beijing.

China Eases Anti-COVID Measures Following Protests

China is the last major country still trying to stamp out transmission of the virus while many nations switch to trying to live with it.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Activists protest Indonesia's new pre-marital sex restrictions.

Indonesia's Parliament Votes To Ban Sex Outside Of Marriage

The amended code says sex outside marriage is punishable by a year in jail and cohabitation by six months.

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Residents wearing face masks line up for their routine COVID-19 tests

China Eases Controls, Gives No Sign When 'Zero COVID' Ends

China is easing some of the world’s most stringent anti-COVID controls and authorities say new variants are weaker.

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Residents ride public transportation in the district of Haizhu in China.

China Eases Virus Controls Amid Effort To Head Off Protests

In some areas, markets and bus service reopened, and a newspaper reported Beijing has begun allowing some people with the virus to isolate at home.

 | AP and Patrick Fok

China residents stand in line to be tested for COVID-19.

China Vows Crackdown On 'Hostile Forces' As Public Tests Xi

The statement from Chinese officials comes amid a massive show of force by security services to deter protests against strict "zero-COVID" lockdowns.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Students in Hong Kong chanted “oppose dictatorship” in a protest against China’s anti-virus controls

Students Sent Home, Police On Patrol As China Curbs Protests

Chinese authorities have eased some controls after protests in several cities, but showed no sign of backing off their larger "zero-COVID" strategy.

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Police officers pin down and arrest a protester on a street in Shanghai, China.

China Eases Some COVID Rules After Wide Protests Of Lockdowns

China's decision to ease at least some of its COVID restrictions appeared to be aimed at quelling anger.

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Chinese policemen form a line to stop protesters marching in Beijing.

Crowd Angered By Lockdowns Calls For China's Xi To Step Down

The protests are the most widespread show of opposition to the ruling party in decades.

 | AP and Patrick Fok

Residents line up for COVID-19 tests in Beijing.

Xinjiang Loosens Some COVID-19 Restrictions After Lockdown Protests

During Xinjiang's lockdown, some residents elsewhere in the city have had their doors chained physically shut.

 | AP and Patrick Fok

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen announces her resignation as party chairwoman of Democratic Progressive Party.

Taiwan President Resigns As Party Leader After Election Loss

Tsai Ing-wen offered her resignation on Saturday evening, a tradition after a major loss, in a short speech in which she also thanked supporters.

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A shopper carries groceries at a supermarket

Beijing On Edge As City Adds New Quarantine Centers

Daily cases of COVID-19 across China are hitting records, with 32,695 reported Friday.

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Boy collects books from the rubble following an earthquake in Indonesia.

Monsoon Rains Halt Rescue Efforts After Indonesia Quake

The death toll from the 5.6 magnitude quake was expected to rise with many people still missing in remote areas.

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People with suitcases and bags are seen leaving from a Foxconn compound in Zhengzhou, China.

Protesting Workers Beaten At Chinese iPhone Factory

Foxconn, a contract assembler that makes the global smartphone industry possible, didn't have enough workers to make the new iPhone 14.

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A building burns in Anyang in central China's Henan province.

Report: Welding Sparked Central China Fire That Killed 38

One or more welders operating in violation of safety rules appear to have let loose sparks that ignited cotton fabric in the building, officials said.

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House flattened by an earthquake in Indonesia.

Indonesia Quake Death Toll Rises To 268; 151 Others Still Missing

The 5.6 magnitude quake shook the region in West Java province, injuring hundreds of people and prompting evacuations from the region.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Man wearing a face mask.

China's Guangzhou Locks Down Millions In 'Zero-COVID' Fight

China is the only major country in the world still trying to curb virus transmissions through strict lockdown measures and mass testing.

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Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, Philippines.

VP Harris To Visit Front-Line Philippine Island In Sea Feud

Vice President Kamala Harris will meet President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on Monday to reinforce security and economic ties.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

North Korea Fires Missile After Threatening 'Fiercer' Military Steps

After detecting the launch, South Korean, U.S. and Japanese militaries quickly condemned it, saying it threatens stability in the region.

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A man gets swabbed for COVID test near a building of Peking University in Beijing

In 'Zero-COVID' China, 1 Case Locks Down Peking University

Peking University students and faculty were not allowed to leave the grounds unless necessary and classes on the main campus were moved online.

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U.S. President Joe Biden, right, and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands before a meeting

President Biden, Xi Seek To 'Manage Our Differences' In Meeting

Relations are strained under successive American administrations as economic, trade, human rights and security differences come to the forefront.

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President Joe Biden meets virtually with Chinese President Xi Jinping Nov. 15, 2021.

Biden-Xi Summit: What Biden Wants, What Xi Wants

Essentially, President Biden and other U.S. officials are trying to understand where Chinese President Xi Jinping really stands.

 | AP and Rebecca Bundhun

President Joe Biden smiles before leaving his hotel to attend the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit.

U.S., Japan, South Korea Vow Unified Response To North Korea Threat

North Korea has fired dozens of missiles in recent weeks, including an intercontinental ballistic missile that triggered evacuation alerts in Japan.

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U.S. President Joe Biden speaks with Canada's Foreign Minister Melanie Holy.

Biden Pledges U.S. Will Work With Southeast Asian Nations

Biden said the nations are at the heart of the U.S.' Indo-Pacific strategy and promised to collaborate to build a region that is resilient and secure.

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A worker wearing a face shield talks to people standing in line for COVID-19 tests.

China Eases Some Quarantine For Travelers Even As Cases Rise

Incoming passengers to China will only be quarantined for five days instead of seven, followed by three days of isolation at their place of residence.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un shake hands

North Korea Denies U.S. Claims It Sent Artillery Shells To Russia

The denial follows dozens of weapons tests, including short-range missiles that are likely nuclear-capable and an intercontinental ballistic missile.

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National Security Council spokesman John Kirby

White House Accuses N. Korea Of Covertly Sending Ammunition To Russia

National Security Council spokesman John Kirby spoke with Newsy about the allegations and how the U.S. might respond to North Korea's actions.

 | Scripps News Staff and AP