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Saturday, September 12, 2015
All criminal accusations have been dropped against a mainland Chinese journalist who accused a senior official of wrongdoing, the reporter said Friday.
The head of giant mainland Chinese state-owned conglomerate China Resources has been expelled from the Communist Party and stripped of his public office for corruption, its anti-graft watchdog said Friday.
Friday, September 11, 2015
Mainland China will give unusually large payouts to the families of firefighters killed in giant explosions in Tianjin last month, local media reported, after the disaster raised questions over whether the young men's training was inadequate.
Mainland China is planning to land a lunar probe on the far side of the moon, state media reported, the latest step for Beijing's ambitious space program.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
IS demands ransom for Chinese, Norwegian hostages
The Islamic State group said Wednesday it was holding a Chinese and a Norwegian hostage and asked for an unspecified ransom for their release.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Schoolchildren waved flags and paramilitary troops marched in full battle dress at a mass spectacle China staged Tuesday to mark 50 years since establishing Tibet as an ethnic autonomous region firmly under Beijing's control.
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
A man detained by mainland Chinese authorities 20 years ago after the Dalai Lama named him as one of the most senior figures in Tibetan Buddhism is living a normal life and does not want to be disturbed, government officials said.
Mainland China has convicted and released a Korean-American Christian aid worker arrested near its border with North Korea after holding him for nine months, his lawyer told AFP Monday.
A spate of noisy disputes between middle-aged women and nearby residents has prompted mainland China's communist leaders to step in and regulate dancing in public places, state media said Monday.
Monday, September 7, 2015
Mainland China's central bank head says its currency has stabilized, in an apparent effort to dispel fears of more big declines following a surprise devaluation that rattled global markets.
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