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World News | Chris Buckley, The New York Times | Friday September 4, 2015
Thousands of troops stood arrayed at perfect, hushed attention around Tiananmen Square. Hundreds of Communist Party elders, foreign dignitaries and diplomats watched on. It was then, on live television, that President Xi Jinping stepped forward to announce that the Chinese military, on proud display to mark 70 years since the end of World War II, w...
World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday September 3, 2015
Chinese President Xi Jinping today announced that the 2.3 million strong People's Liberation Army, the world's largest, will be cut by three lakh troops. Xi made the announced while speaking at the victory parade being held to commemorate 70th anniversary of the victory against Japan in the World War II.
World News | Reuters | Friday August 14, 2015
Ructions in the Chinese stock market and currency suggest the country has reached a "critical point" where the absence of democratic freedoms is a growing threat to economic stability, Chinese artist and free-speech advocate Ai Weiwei says.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday August 13, 2015
A series of enormous explosions at an industrial area in the Chinese port of Tianjin killed at least 17 people and injured hundreds, state media reported today, unleashing a fireball that ripped through the night sky.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday August 11, 2015
Tech geeks in China looking to understand Google's newly unveiled corporate structure is out of luck: the website of the new parent company, dubbed Alphabet, was blocked less than 24 hours after going live.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday August 11, 2015
China has ordered 120 songs to be pulled from the Internet, including tracks titled "Don't Want to Go to School" and "All Must Die" because they promoted sex, violence or "incited law-breaking", authorities said.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday August 7, 2015
US Secretary of State John Kerry met top communist party leaders in Hanoi today and hailed the former foes' transformation from enemies to key allies in the two decades since ties were established.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday August 5, 2015
An engineer who hacked into a Chinese cable television system has been jailed for 12 years, state media reported, after he broadcast denunciations of the ruling Communist party -- including showing the Tiananmen Square "Tank Man" image.
World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday July 30, 2015
Chinese President Xi Jinping and other top leaders today discussed steps for stability in Tibet to contain "anti-separatism battle" as the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) hardened its stand against the Dalai Lama, saying China's consent is important in the appointment of his successor.
World News | Reuters | Sunday July 26, 2015
A court in the central Chinese province of Hubei has jailed nine members of a banned religious cult for up to three years, state news agency Xinhua said today, a day after five others were sentenced in a northeastern province.
World News | Reuters | Thursday July 23, 2015
U.N. human rights investigators demanded an end to a Chinese crackdown on lawyers on Thursday after more than 100 people were detained, intimidated or went missing over the past week.
India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 22, 2015
The Chinese firm, which reportedly manufactured the drone downed by Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC), said the unmanned aircraft was not sold to any government, reinforcing India's stand that it was not in its armed forces' inventory.
World News | Reuters | Monday July 20, 2015
China's military must learn from the glorious, uncorrupt example of its revolutionary forebears and thoroughly banish the deep-rooted, pernicious influence of the army's worst corruption scandal in decades, President Xi Jinping has told officers.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Sunday July 19, 2015
Chinese police have detained five people including a young couple over a sex tape shot in a Beijing clothing store which went viral in China, media reports said today.
World News | Reuters | Friday July 17, 2015
On a recent Sunday night in the working class Hong Kong district of Mong Kok, a group of young, radical activists swore through loud-hailers and gestured rudely as they denounced mainland Chinese as "prostitutes" and "barbarians".
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday July 15, 2015
A Chinese court ordered a mugger's intended victim to pay his attacker 70,000 yuan ($11,000) after he fought off the attempted robbery and beat him up, state-run media reported today.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday July 14, 2015
Two Hong Kong students who rose to fame during pro-democracy demonstrations that angered Beijing last year were charged today with obstructing police during a protest earlier in the year.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday July 7, 2015
With dioramas of heroic Communist soldiers and graphic pictures of massacres, China formally kicked off its commemorations for the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two today with the unveiling of a new exhibition.
India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday July 1, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted Premier Li Keqiang on his 60th birthday, posting a message for the Chinese leader on his Weibo account.
World News | Reuters | Wednesday June 24, 2015
Ethnic Uighurs attacked police with knives and bombs at a traffic checkpoint in China's far western Xinjiang region, Radio Free Asia reported today, and at least 18 people were killed.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday June 23, 2015
A Chinese Communist party academic defended a government-organised beer festival in a mainly Muslim county ahead of Ramadan by saying that locals enjoy alcohol, state media reported today.
World News | Reuters | Saturday June 20, 2015
Chinese President Xi Jinping reaffirmed his commitment to alleviating China's persistent rural poverty, only weeks after four children in a poor countryside area appeared to have killed themselves, sparking a national debate.
World News | Reuters | Friday June 19, 2015
Chinese state media lashed out at Hong Kong's opposition pro-democracy lawmakers today after the legislature in the financial hub vetoed a Beijing-backed electoral reform package.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday June 18, 2015
A Chinese cargo ship capsized on the Yangtze river near the eastern city of Nanjing early today, but casualties were unknown, state media reported.