Thursday 2015/01/29
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China Corruption Probe Widens

Top Chinese security official, 16 senior People’s Liberation Army officers are reported to be the latest high-level suspects swept up in President Xi’s anti-corruption campaign More

FILE - China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Dec. 23, 2014.

China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Builds in Restive Xinjiang

Observers see resource-rich and ethnically diverse region as a crucial focus for Xi in his efforts to promote improved relations More

FILE - Buildings are seen shrouded in heavy haze at Qingdao development zone, Shandong province, February 25, 2014.

China's Smog Provides Cover for Burglar in Novel by Environment Official

In 'Smog is Coming,' a masked burglar exploits nightly haze to cover his break-ins as it clouds the lenses of security cameras More

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang reacts during an event titled "The Global Impact of China's Economic Transformation" at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 21, 2015.

China Expects 'Downward Pressures' on Its Economy in 2015

Premier Li Keqiang says his country will nevertheless press ahead with reforms in such areas as the service sector and capital markets More

Workers walk out from a construction site at the Central Business District of Beijing, China, Jan. 20, 2015.

Chinese Economic Growth Slower Than Expected

China's government said Tuesday that its economy grew by only 7.4 percent in 2014, just missing its predicted growth rate of 7.5 percent More


China's Premier Seeks Stronger Ties with Pakistan

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  • A soldier walks near a bus as he helps to secure the area and clear the roads before the motorcade of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang passes by in Islamabad May 22, 2013.
  • People sit on top of a bus as they go past flags of Pakistan and China that are displayed along a road, ahead of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to Islamabad.
  • A man walks next to huge portraits of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, right, and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, left, displayed near the presidency in Islamabad, Pakistan.
  • A police officer stands guard next to billboards welcoming Chinese premier Li Keqiang hung on poles near the presidency in Islamabad, Pakistan.
  • A soldier speaks to a man as he secures the area and clears the roads before the motorcade of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
  • A military helicopter flies overhead as police officers and soldiers secure the area before the motorcade of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang passes through Islamabad.

Xinhua: China Urges Stronger Safety Measures After Shanghai Stampede

China's response to New Year's Eve tragedy has drawn global attention, critics say it could hamper city's ambition to become a world financial center by 2020
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China’s Tightening Censorship Seen As Breeding Resistance

In new report entitled 'The Politburo’s Predicament,' Freedom House argues that growing resistance has required even more intense government crackdowns
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HK Pro-democracy MPs Stage Walk-out

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said the government was sticking with a proposal to pre-screen candidates for the city's 2017 election
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China Woos Latin America with Promises of Investments

Chinese President Xi met with some Latin American and Caribbean leaders to discuss a two-way trade pact projected to raise $500 billion in 10 years
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China Fires Senior Diplomat for Alleged Corruption

The foreign ministry said Zhang Kunsheng is under investigation for an unspecified disciplinary violation
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China's Xi Calls for Tighter Ideological Control in Universities

President's comments are the latest sign of politically conservative agenda and come amid ratcheting up of controls over media, dissidents, internet
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Gmail Blocked in China

Internet transparency monitor GreatFire.org reports the e-mail service is 84 percent blocked in the country after months of disruptions
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China Reduces Number of Crimes Punishable by Death

Earlier this year China announced plans to remove nine crimes from the list of capital offenses, including counterfeiting, fraudulent fund-raising and forcing others into prostitution
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China Arrests Korean-American Operating NGO on North Korean Border

Detained American's lawyer says charges of embezzlement and counterfeiting receipts are 'just excuses'
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China President Arrives in Macau as Anti-Corruption Campaign Hits Casinos

President Xi Jinping’s two-day visit to Macau for ceremonies to mark the 1999 handover by Portugal to China
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China Sentences 8 to Death for Knife, Bomb Attacks in West

Attacks this spring at train station and market in Xinjiang region capital Urumqi killed 42 people, injured 79
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Kunleng News Jan 28, 2015i
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28.01.2015
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Analysis Jan 14, 2015i
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14.01.2015
Analysis looks at China’s ubiquitous and rapidly growing presence in Africa which is raising some concerns and questions on whether it might lead to a new form of ‘colonization’ from some African leaders.
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Video Analysis Jan 14, 2015

Analysis looks at China’s ubiquitous and rapidly growing presence in Africa which is raising some concerns and questions on whether it might lead to a new form of ‘colonization’ from some African leaders.