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December, 9, 2016

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Megi in mainland
An aerial view shows flooded intersections following the landfall of Typhoon Megi in Fuzhou, Fujian province, Wednesday, Sept. 28.
Chinese authorities blamed illegal mining activities for a gas explosion at a coal mine that killed 19 people and left one other miner missing, Chinese state media reported Wednesday.
China's Li Keqiang seeks new tack in relations with Cuba
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Saturday said it was time for a new direction in relations with Cuba, during a landmark visit to the Americas' lone communist-ruled state.
Canada, China agree to start talks on free-trade agreement
Canada and China have agreed to begin talks for a possible free-trade accord with an aim of doubling bilateral commerce by 2025, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Thursday.
Cleaning up
A street sweeper pauses while working in a business district in Beijing, Thursday, Sept. 15. China is currently celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival, a holiday commemorating the traditional fall harvest season.
Another space lab launched as China eyes manned station
China launched its second space lab Thursday, official media said, as the country works toward setting up its own manned space station by 2022.
Alleged Canadian spy is released after two years in Chinese prison
A Canadian man arrested in China two years ago on charges of spying and stealing state secrets has been freed and is back home in Canada, his family said Thursday.
China village head jailed following land protests
The democratically elected mayor of a fishing village in southern China -- which became the center of international attention five years ago for protests against land seizures -- has been given three years in jail on bribery charges.
No tears for Mao: 1976 death was an imperial fall
The death of Communist China's founding father Mao Zedong 40 years ago this week was akin to the demise of an emperor and helped pave the way for the modern nation, says one of the few Westerners in Beijing at the time.
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China agrees on steps to reduce steel exports
China agreed to steps toward reducing its politically volatile steel exports but avoided binding limits as leaders of major economies ended a summit Monday with a forceful endorsement of free trade and a crowded agenda that included the Koreas, Syria and refugees.
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