Thursday 2014/07/31
Urumqi, Xinjiang province, China

China, Uighurs Differ Over Accounts of Unrest in Xinjiang

Police say they were set upon by a mob carrying knives and axes; exiled Uighur groups say residents were not allowed to observe Ramadan More

Screen grab of freeweibo.com web site, July 29, 2013.

China Censors Web Posts Following Xinjiang Unrest Rumors

Amid reports of new terror attacks, Chinese authorities move to scrub social media postings about news from remote area More

A man looks at a contaminated river in Cangnan county of Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, July 24, 2014.

China’s Wenzhou River Turns Red

Local environmental protection group investigation did not identify origin of water contamination More

FILE - Workers take a break sitting on the tracks leading to the platform of the newly opened Lhasa train station in Lhasa, Tibet, China.

Audio China to Extend Rail Line from Tibet to India, Nepal

Tibet is highly sensitive region, not just because of continued opposition to Chinese control, but because of its strategic position next to India, Nepal, Myanmar More

FILE - Chinese dissident Hu Jia talks on his phone during a meeting at a restaurant in Beijing, April 10, 2013.

Prominent Chinese Activist Beaten in Beijing

Activist Hu Jia says his attackers did not wear a uniform, but incident comes amid a crackdown against political speech in civil society 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.

Chinese TV Anchor Rui Arrested in Corruption Probe

Rui Chenggang, 36, is one of China's most prominent business journalists, whose strongly nationalist stances, controversial remarks have helped make him a celebrity
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Video China Bans Many Uighur Muslims From Ramadan Fast

Experts on region say although ban on fasting is not new, it runs risk of reinforcing recent tensions
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China Official Cancels Events in Taiwan Amid Violent Protests

Visit by director of China's Taiwan Affairs Office marked first such trip by senior mainland official in 65 years since Nationalists fled after losing civil war to China's Communists
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China Imprisons 113 on Terror Crimes in Xinjiang

Regional courts in the Kashgar area held open sessions on Wednesday to sentence the 113, including four who received life terms
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China Sentences 9 More in Restive Xinjiang

The sentences ranged from three to 14 years for offenses including preaching jihad and inciting separatism and ethnic hatred
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Hong Kong Voters Demand Election Reform in Unofficial Poll

Referendum extended through next Sunday, with nearly 720,000 people voting in past three days to change how city leadership is elected
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China, Japan Manufacturing Grows, Euro Zone Falters

Beijing's targeted stimulus measures, Japan's improving labor market support domestic demand in Asia's dominant economies
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Video Chinese Billionaire Offers Free Lunch to New York’s Homeless

Chen Guangbiao, who considers himself China's top philanthropist, making generous gesture, but some consider it a gimmick from the Chinese tycoon
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China Jails Three Anti-Corruption Activists

Liu Ping, Wei Zhongping and Li Sihua were given sentences from 6.5 to 3 years in jail
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Chinese Premier Sees Strong Economic Growth for Country

Premier Li says Beijing will not resort to 'strong stimulus' but will rely on targeted measures to ensure growth of at least 7.5 percent is met
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3 Sentenced to Death in China for Organizing Terror Plot

Five people get jail terms for deadly Tiananmen Square incident last October; sentences seen as part of official campaign against Uighur minority
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China Looks for Justice Reform, but Party to Retain Control

Pilot reform programs will run in six places, including Shanghai, Guangdong and western Qinghai province
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