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Gay Chinese men find HIV drug in Thailand, not China
Medicine can cut risk by 90 percent, but it's not approved for prevention
 
Apology made for error in Xi's title by White House staff
The United States has apologized to China for misusing President Xi Jinping's title in a transcript, Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said on Monday.
 
LATEST: Liu Xiaobo 'is in critical condition'
News comes after China says it will not allow the Nobel peace laureate to be transferred abroad.
 
Proactive steps, prudent monetary policy still needed: Chinese premier
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang called for keeping macroeconomic policies, market expectations and the financial sector stable in order to properly prevent risks, during a meeting with entrepreneurs and economists.
 
China's ailing Nobel laureate to receive visit from brothers
China's ailing Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo is expected to receive visits from his brothers Saturday at a hospital in northern China where he is receiving treatment for advanced liver cancer.
 
Liu Xiaobo latest: The Nobel peace laureate's condition is worsening
'His condition has worsened, and his family has been put on a 24-hour standby.'
 
That's a lot of ivory: Hong Kong hauls in over 7 tons
Customs officials seized 7.2 tons of ivory hidden under loads of frozen fish.
 
Bullet train service linking Beijing, Xiongan New Area commences
The first bullet train linking Beijing and the Xiongan New Area departed from the Beijing South Railway Station on Thursday.
 
LeEco's founder Jia quits from listed video-streaming unit Leshi
Jia Yueting, founder of Chinese internet company LeEco, resigned from all positions at the listed video-streaming arm Leshi Internet Information and Technology Corp.
 
Alleged US kidnapper of visiting Chinese student denied bail
Brendt Christensen, charged with kidnapping a visiting Chinese scholar, was denied bail on Wednesday by a US federal judge in Urbana, Illinois.
 
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