U.S. state secretary pays unannounced visit to Afghanistan

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Malawi's Everton Chimulirenji sworn in as cabinet minister

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China urges U.S. to immediately stop oppressing Chinese businesses

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China issues guideline to further Shanghai, Yangtze River Delta development

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FMs of Egypt, France, Greece, Cyprus say Turkey's security deals with Libyan gov't "invalid"

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