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The security chiefs of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan sat down for talks Saturday to stop fighting on the border between the two countries that so far has killed at least 24 people and wounded over 100.
By Amy B. Wang | The Washington Post
President Biden has again confirmed that U.S. troops would defend Taiwan in the event of an attack from China, the clearest recent statement Bidenhas made about how far the United States would go to support Taiwan militarily.
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