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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
China vows to address stifling smog, terror threat
China's government promised sweeping reforms Wednesday to promote sustainable growth in its slowing economy by opening state-dominated industries to private investment, making its banks more market-oriented and encouraging consumer spending.
Chinese state television on Tuesday broadcast an interview with a police officer said to have shot five knife-wielding thugs who killed and injured scores of people in a railway station attack in Kunming.
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama plans a weeklong solo visit to China this month that includes meetings with China's first lady and high school and university students.
Chinese millionaires on Tuesday pleaded for the Canadian government not to throw away the immigration applications of thousands of Chinese nationals as part of its plans to end a backlogged investor program.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Fear and anger as China reflects on Kunming attack
Defiant residents of the Chinese city where 29 people died in a mass stabbing lined up to donate blood Monday, while others vented anger at what authorities say was a terrorist attack by separatists from Xinjiang.
Xi Jinping stresses core socialist values
Chinese president Xi Jinping has reiterated “core socialist values,” urging deep understanding and comprehensive implementation of the moral doctrine nationwide.
A brother of China's former internal security chief Zhou Yongkang has been detained by investigators, state-controlled media reported Monday, after a government spokesman declined to deny the retired political heavyweight was under investigation.
Chinese police have caught three suspects in a railway station attack that left 29 people dead and 143 injured, state media said Monday.
Monday, March 3, 2014
29 killed, 143 wounded in 'separatist' knife attack on China's Kunming train station
Authorities blamed a slashing rampage that killed 29 people and wounded 143 at a train station in southern China on separatists from the country's far west and vowed a harsh crackdown Sunday, while residents wondered why their laid-back city was targeted.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
China blames separatists for knife attack; 33 dead
More than 10 assailants slashed scores of people with knives at a train station in southern China, drawing police fire, in what authorities called a terrorist assault by ethnic separatists based in the far west, state media said Sunday. Thirty-three people were killed and 130 wounded.
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