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Ratings agency Moody's downgraded its outlook for Hong Kong on Saturday, citing increasing political riskiness and closer economic ties with China, which is facing a growth slowdown.
Beijing defended itself Friday against criticism at the United Nations of its human rights record, saying it was pursuing "a path with Chinese characteristics" on the issue.
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The website of the South China Morning Post, a Hong Kong newspaper being bought by Internet giant Alibaba, has become inaccessible in China during a series of high-level government meetings in Beijing.
Mainland China MH370 relatives file lawsuit in Beijing
Relatives of a dozen mainland Chinese passengers aboard missing flight MH370 filed suits against Malaysia Airlines, Boeing, Rolls-Royce and others Monday, a day before the second anniversary of its disappearance and a legal deadline to do so.
Mainland China's Internet users on Monday lamented the callousness of the country's teeming cities following the discovery of a woman's body a month after she was trapped in a malfunctioning elevator.
Seeking to douse fears about mainland China's economy, the mainland's finance agency's chief said Monday that Beijing can manage its rising debt load as it steps up deficit spending to prevent a slide in growth.
China propaganda machine places hopes in rappers
What's the world's largest propaganda organ to do when it finds itself struggling to get TV drama-obsessed young Chinese to pay attention to the latest raft of Communist Party slogans?
The discovery of a woman's corpse in an elevator in the mainland city of Xi'an has led to the detention of an elevator maintenance crew who improperly cut off power to the elevator a month ago without checking if anyone was inside.
Mainland cuts 2016 growth target to '6.5-7 percent': Li
Mainland China on Saturday cut its growth target for this year to a range of 6.5 to 7 percent, as the world's second-largest economy faces a litany of challenges from overcapacity to weak trade.
Tibet delegates to PRC congress wear loyalty pins
Along with their traditional robes, Tibetan delegates to the annual meeting of mainland China's ceremonial "parliament" are sporting unique lapel pins displaying their loyalty to the Beijing leadership at a time of simmering tensions in their Himalayan homeland.
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