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Police identify suspect in China kindergarten blast that killed eight
Police have identified the suspect in an explosion that killed eight people and injured dozens of others near a kindergarten in eastern China, the local government said Friday.
 
Soccer gets big boost in China
China and FIFA on Wednesday vowed to deepen cooperation, as Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed the goal of gradually raising the level of Chinese soccer.
 
Seven dead, dozens injured in east China kindergarten blast: report
An explosion has occurred near the entrance of a kindergarten in China's eastern Jiangsu province, local police said Thursday.
 
Aussie casino firm: Workers detained in China now charged
Australian and Chinese casino employees detained in China in October have all been charged with promoting gambling, their Australian employer said Tuesday.
 
Features booming on shared bicycles
With competition between China's bike-sharing companies growing even hotter, rivals are rolling out new models to tempt customers. To do that, companies are using things like flashy paint jobs, high technology and niche features. Notable among these are three companies-Ofo Inc, Coolqi and Bluegogo International Inc-which are racing to produce more of their new models.
 
China a step closer to resuming US beef imports
China is a step closer to allowing imports of U.S. beef for the first time in almost 14 years.
 
Singapore offers to help bankroll China's global ambitions
Singapore is offering up its financial industry to help bankroll China's ambition to develop a network of ports, railways, power plants and other projects across a broad swath of Asia, Europe and east Africa.
 
China ponders public morality after video of gruesome death
A speeding taxi knocks the pedestrian off her feet, sending her hurtling through the air. Dozens of people stand gawking or walk past, as if the young woman sprawled in the busy intersection simply doesn't exist. A full minute passes, and another speeding vehicle, this time an SUV, tramples the prone woman. Her unconscious body churns under its large wheels like a lumpen sack.
 
Beijing 'can offer help' to Xiongan
Beijing and Xiongan New Area will need systematic cooperation to achieve coordinated development and mitigate urban ills, experts said on Sunday.
 
China's latest crackdown: celebrity gossip
Online peddlers of celebrity gossip have fallen foul of China's new cybersecurity law, with officials ordering internet companies to stop "catering to the public's vulgar taste."
 
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