More than three years since the UK voted to exit the European Union in a 2016 referendum, Britain's Parliament has finally voted to approve the Brexit deal. Also, at Thursday's presidential debate, several of the Democratic candidates spoke about China. What were candidates' stances on China and how do they compare with President Donald Trump? And, the people in India-controlled Kashmir have been without the internet for 138 days, the longest blackout ever for a democracy.
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A pathway to green cards and US citizenship is within reach for an estimated 4,000 Liberians thanks to a provision buried within the behemoth $738 billion defense policy bill passed by the US Senate on Tuesday.
Seven presidential contenders faced off in California for the final Democratic debate before heading into the new year. One topic came up that really hadn't before: China. Bonnie Glaser with the Center for Strategic and International Studies spoke with The World about implications.