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Three hurt as suicide bomber strikes gate of China embassy in Kyrgyzstan
A van driven by a suicide bomber exploded after ramming through a gate at the Chinese embassy in Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday, wounding three people, authorities said.
 
Does China still harvest prisoners' organs? Doctors divided
A Canadian patient's receipt of a kidney transplant after waiting just three days during a recent visit to China raised an immediate red flag among surgeons at the Montreal-based Transplantation Society: A turnaround that quick indicates the organ likely came from the body of an executed prisoner.
 
Not the usual suspect
A man in southern China has been found guilty of posing as Emperor Qianlong, shown in this historical image, and persuading a woman to part with more than 47 million yuan (NT$223.4 million), the South China Morning Post has reported.
 
Wraps come off design of Mars probe
China unveiled the design of its Mars probe on Tuesday, hours after announcing that one of its unmanned submersibles had dived to a depth of more than 10,000 meters under the sea.
 
Around 900 Malaysians rode the bullet train from Beijing to Tianjin on Tuesday to experience the trademark Chinese technology in the wake of last month's announcement of a planned Malaysia-to-Singapore high-speed rail link.
 
Calligraphy master becomes museum director
Internationally-renowned Chinese calligrapher Dr. Chang Ben-hang (張炳煌) has been appointed as an honorable museum director at the China Calligraphy Museum (中國書法博物館名譽館長) in Tieling City, Liaoning Province (遼寧鐵嶺市), China.
 
China's state broadcaster has questioned the authenticity of the video of Syrian boy Omran which went viral worldwide, alleging it may have been faked as part of a Western "propaganda war."
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Chinese ships, planes hold war games in Sea of Japan
Chinese planes and ships held war games in the Sea of Japan last week, the military said, during which Beijing displayed its latest-generation frigate at a time of bitter territorial disputes with Asian neighbors.
 
World's highest, longest glass-bottomed bridge opens
Visitors walk across a glass-floor suspension bridge in Zhangjiajie in southern China's Hunan province Saturday, Aug. 20.
 
Beijing tightens control of web news after gaffes
The Chinese government is holding chief editors of news websites personally liable for content, months after several portals posted material that was seen as embarrassing to President Xi Jinping.
 
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