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Wednesday, June 18, 2014
China's top foreign policy official is set to hold “candid” talks in Vietnam, Beijing said Tuesday as the countries intensify accusations over a territorial dispute.
China executed 13 people Monday for “terrorist attacks” in the violence-wracked northwestern region of Xinjiang, state media said, as death sentences were issued over a suicide car crash at Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Three set to die for Tiananmen attack: CCTV
Three people were sentenced to death Monday over a suicide car crash in Beijing's symbolic heart Tiananmen Square, state-run media said, in China's latest move against militants from restive, mainly Muslim Xinjiang.
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A Chinese government official who blamed lead poisoning in more than 300 children on the possible chewing of school pencils was excoriated in state-run media and ridiculed online Monday.
A Communist official has issued a “high-profile warning” about ideological problems at China's top think tank, domestic media said Monday, as the party leadership exerts its authority over state-run institutions.
Monday, June 16, 2014
3 sentenced to death in Tiananmen Gate attack
A court in western China sentenced three people to death Monday for planning a deadly car ramming at Beijing's iconic Tiananmen Gate that was blamed on Muslim separatists, state media reported.
China has begun building a school on a remote island in the South China Sea to serve the children of military personnel and others, expanding the rugged outpost it created two years ago to strengthen its claims to disputed waters and islands.
Taiwan's Deputy Legislative Speaker Hung Hsiu-chu expressed the hope at the opening of the sixth Straits Forum on Sunday that Taiwan and China will cherish their increasingly close links and continue mutual dialogue and exchanges.
Sunday, June 15, 2014
China, whose presence in Latin America until now was largely based on an appetite for raw materials, is diversifying investments by financing much needed development projects, analysts say.
Soldier-turned-artist Chen Guang was released Saturday, more than a month after he was detained ahead of the 25th anniversary of the military crackdown on China's pro-democracy protests, his friend said.
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