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Sunday, December 7, 2014
China arrests former security chief Zhou Yongkang
Chinese authorities arrested the once-feared ex-security chief Zhou Yongkang and launched a criminal investigation Saturday on charges ranging from adultery and bribery to leaking state secrets, after expelling him from the Communist Party overnight.
Saturday, December 6, 2014
China arrests former security chief Zhou Yongkang
Chinese authorities arrested the once-feared ex-security chief Zhou Yongkang and launched a criminal investigation Saturday on charges ranging from adultery and bribery to leaking state secrets, after expelling him from the Communist Party overnight.
China on Friday defended its overseas Confucius Institutes, one day after a U.S. congressman called for a probe into the language and cultural centers over concerns that they violate academic freedom.
Friday, December 5, 2014
China on Thursday marked its first Constitution Day as part of President Xi Jinping's drive to show that the country embraces rule of law while ensuring that the ruling Communist Party holds on to its unrivaled authority.
Thursday, December 4, 2014
Corruption becoming worse in Turkey, China: Transparency
Corruption has worsened in China, Turkey and other fast-growing economies, a watchdog warned Wednesday, urging the world's banking centers to help combat graft and money-laundering.
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The Obama administration pushed back Tuesday against veiled Chinese criticism of America's alliances in the Asia-Pacific, saying without them, the region would be more volatile.
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
China will send artists, film-makers and TV personnel to live among the masses in rural areas in order to “form a correct view of art,” according to a state media watchdog notice.
China will not step in to save neighboring North Korea if the Pyongyang regime collapses or starts a war, a retired People's Liberation Army general said, possibly signaling waning patience in Beijing with its wayward, nuclear-armed ally.
Carbon goal a tough sell in Hebei's coal country, dependent on it for livelihood
The black slabs of coal came in by the truckload through this dusty valley in northern China, slated to power cement and steel plants, heat the houses of poor farmers and even grill skewers of lamb and beef.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Innovative Chinese farmer finds new life in a homemade orange submarine
In the village where he was born, a Chinese chicken breeder emerged from a lake of green to tell of his life beneath the waves in a homemade orange submarine.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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