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Monday, July 7, 2014
Germany's Merkel arrives in China with trade topping agenda
German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in China on Sunday for her seventh visit since 2005, with economic ties topping the agenda and a high-powered business delegation in tow.
China gives rare glimpse at naval ships
China gave Western journalists a rare look aboard two People's Liberation Army vessels Saturday during the Rim of the Pacific naval exercises in Hawaii, showcasing a hospital ship with complex medical facilities and a destroyer flying U.S. and Chinese flags.
Dalai Lama urges Buddhists to halt violence toward Muslims
The Dalai Lama Sunday reiterated his plea to Buddhists in Myanmar and Sri Lanka to halt violence against Muslims, in a speech to tens of thousands of devotees to mark his 79th birthday.
Rescuers on Sunday worked to free 17 miners trapped following a gas explosion at a coal mine in western China, the country's official news agency reported.
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Switzerland has one-upped its European Union neighbors with a free trade deal with China that its politicians and business sector say is crucial to boosting ties with the world's second-largest economy.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
Rescuers on Sunday worked to free 17 miners trapped following a gas explosion at a coal mine in western China, the country's official news agency reported.
China, S. Korea voice concerns over Japan military policy
Xi Jinping and Park Geun-hye shared their countries' common painful past under Japanese militarism
Taiwan hopes to play a role in jointly developing the area encompassing the Chinese cities of Beijing and Tianjin and the province of Hebei, the head of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) said Saturday.
Shipments of smartphones from China are expected to continue rising in 2014, after increasing 62.4 percent to 314 million units last year, according to a Taiwanese research institute.
Barely into the second half of 2014, Southeast Asia has already seen at least three massive protests that heightened the tension between people and their governments, two of which were at odds with the region's largest economy.
  
  
  
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