China is set to expand geographically after Tajikistan’s parliament agreed to give up approximately 1,000 square kilometers of land in the Pamir Mountains, the Washington Post reports. The decision is expected to end a land dispute, which dates back to more than 100 years. There is no word yet on the fate of people living in the ceded land, the Washington Post says.

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