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'Inner Mongolia' - 15 News Result(s)

  • For 80 Days, This Dog Has Been Waiting On The Road Where Owner Died

    For 80 Days, This Dog Has Been Waiting On The Road Where Owner Died

    The story of a dog in China has gone viral on social media and left thousands around the world teary-eyed. The loyal dog, who has been waiting for 80 days at the spot where his owner died, has tugged at the heartstrings of many.

  • Chinese Man Sets Off Explosive Outside US Embassy In Beijing: Police

    Chinese Man Sets Off Explosive Outside US Embassy In Beijing: Police

    A 26-year-old Chinese man set off a small explosive outside the US embassy in Beijing Thursday, sending smoke into the air and injuring his hand before security officials rushed to the scene and took him into custody, police said.

  • Inner Mongolia Drought Causes Rat "Plague": Report

    Inner Mongolia Drought Causes Rat "Plague": Report

    Persistent drought in the remote northwestern Chinese region of Inner Mongolia has caused a rat plague now affecting more than 4 million hectares (9.8 million acres) of grassland, an area the size of the Netherlands, the official Xinhua news agency said.

  • China's New Train Line To Iran Sends A Message To Trump

    China's New Train Line To Iran Sends A Message To Trump

    New freight train connections usually only have a limited potential to make global headlines, but a new service launched from China on Thursday could be different. Its cargo - 1,150 tons of sunflower seeds - may appears unremarkable, but its destination, however, is far more interesting: Tehran, the capital of Iran

  • China's Shenzhou 11 Manned Space Capsule Returns To Earth: State TV

    China's Shenzhou 11 Manned Space Capsule Returns To Earth: State TV

    China's Shenzhou 11 space capsule landed in the northern region of Inner Mongolia on Friday with two astronauts aboard, state television said, completing the country's longest manned space mission to date.

  • Rare Dinosaur Fossil Found In China

    Rare Dinosaur Fossil Found In China

    A rare well-preserved hadrosaur also known as duck-billed dinosaurs has been unearthed in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region and is expected to be of huge value for research into how the species evolved.

  • Snowstorms Hit China; Flights, Bullet Trains Affected

    Snowstorms Hit China; Flights, Bullet Trains Affected

    Heavy snowstorms hit a vast area of north China today, slowing down bullet trains and grounding flights here besides disrupting traffic flow in Tianjin and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

  • China Expels 2 Military Officers Over Corruption Charges

    China Expels 2 Military Officers Over Corruption Charges

    China's ruling Communist Party today expelled two top military officers from Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia on corruption charges, while a former legislator was jailed for 12 years for accepting $1.75 million bribe.

  • This is Among China's Most Coveted Government Jobs

    This is Among China's Most Coveted Government Jobs

    Fancy a Chinese government job? How about the Inner Mongolia Seismological Bureau? If so, take your place behind more than 1,000 other applicants.

  • Indian Among Tourists Arrested in China For 'Terror Videos'

    Indian Among Tourists Arrested in China For 'Terror Videos'

    An Indian is among a group of 20 foreign tourists who have been arrested in northern China for suspected links to "a terror group" according to reports by Britain's Foreign Office and a South African charity. Indian officials confirmed that the embassy in Beijing has sought access to the Indian under arrest.

  • Former Senior China Police Chief Detained on Suspicion of Murder: Report

    Former Senior China Police Chief Detained on Suspicion of Murder: Report

    The former police chief of the northern Chinese region of Inner Mongolia has been detained on suspicion of murder, state news agency Xinhua said today, citing public security authorities.

  • Drought Worsens China's Long-Term Water Crisis

    Drought Worsens China's Long-Term Water Crisis

    The corn has grown to only half its normal height on Yan Shuqin's ranch in the hills of Inner Mongolia this year, as a swath of northern China suffers its worst drought in 60 years.

  • Coal Gas Boom in China Holds Climate Change Risks

    Coal Gas Boom in China Holds Climate Change Risks

    Deep in the hilly grasslands of remote Inner Mongolia, twin smoke stacks rise more than 200 feet into the sky, their steam and sulfur billowing over herds of sheep and cattle. Both day and night, the rumble of this power plant echoes across the ancient steppe, and its acrid stench travels dozens of miles away.

  • Claims 100 stray dogs buried alive in China probed

    Claims 100 stray dogs buried alive in China probed

    Claims that about 100 stray dogs were buried alive in northern China are being investigated, an official said Sunday, the latest apparent case of animal cruelty to shock the nation.

  • Chinese police to protect sheep from wolves

    In an interesting addition to the responsibilities of policemen in China, armed patrols have been ordered to escort sheep after an increase in the number of wolf attacks this winter. Police in northern China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region have been given the order as increasing attacks have been reported in Xilin Gol prefecture, Xinhua reported...

'Inner Mongolia' - 15 News Result(s)

  • For 80 Days, This Dog Has Been Waiting On The Road Where Owner Died

    For 80 Days, This Dog Has Been Waiting On The Road Where Owner Died

    The story of a dog in China has gone viral on social media and left thousands around the world teary-eyed. The loyal dog, who has been waiting for 80 days at the spot where his owner died, has tugged at the heartstrings of many.

  • Chinese Man Sets Off Explosive Outside US Embassy In Beijing: Police

    Chinese Man Sets Off Explosive Outside US Embassy In Beijing: Police

    A 26-year-old Chinese man set off a small explosive outside the US embassy in Beijing Thursday, sending smoke into the air and injuring his hand before security officials rushed to the scene and took him into custody, police said.

  • Inner Mongolia Drought Causes Rat "Plague": Report

    Inner Mongolia Drought Causes Rat "Plague": Report

    Persistent drought in the remote northwestern Chinese region of Inner Mongolia has caused a rat plague now affecting more than 4 million hectares (9.8 million acres) of grassland, an area the size of the Netherlands, the official Xinhua news agency said.

  • China's New Train Line To Iran Sends A Message To Trump

    China's New Train Line To Iran Sends A Message To Trump

    New freight train connections usually only have a limited potential to make global headlines, but a new service launched from China on Thursday could be different. Its cargo - 1,150 tons of sunflower seeds - may appears unremarkable, but its destination, however, is far more interesting: Tehran, the capital of Iran

  • China's Shenzhou 11 Manned Space Capsule Returns To Earth: State TV

    China's Shenzhou 11 Manned Space Capsule Returns To Earth: State TV

    China's Shenzhou 11 space capsule landed in the northern region of Inner Mongolia on Friday with two astronauts aboard, state television said, completing the country's longest manned space mission to date.

  • Rare Dinosaur Fossil Found In China

    Rare Dinosaur Fossil Found In China

    A rare well-preserved hadrosaur also known as duck-billed dinosaurs has been unearthed in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region and is expected to be of huge value for research into how the species evolved.

  • Snowstorms Hit China; Flights, Bullet Trains Affected

    Snowstorms Hit China; Flights, Bullet Trains Affected

    Heavy snowstorms hit a vast area of north China today, slowing down bullet trains and grounding flights here besides disrupting traffic flow in Tianjin and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

  • China Expels 2 Military Officers Over Corruption Charges

    China Expels 2 Military Officers Over Corruption Charges

    China's ruling Communist Party today expelled two top military officers from Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia on corruption charges, while a former legislator was jailed for 12 years for accepting $1.75 million bribe.

  • This is Among China's Most Coveted Government Jobs

    This is Among China's Most Coveted Government Jobs

    Fancy a Chinese government job? How about the Inner Mongolia Seismological Bureau? If so, take your place behind more than 1,000 other applicants.

  • Indian Among Tourists Arrested in China For 'Terror Videos'

    Indian Among Tourists Arrested in China For 'Terror Videos'

    An Indian is among a group of 20 foreign tourists who have been arrested in northern China for suspected links to "a terror group" according to reports by Britain's Foreign Office and a South African charity. Indian officials confirmed that the embassy in Beijing has sought access to the Indian under arrest.

  • Former Senior China Police Chief Detained on Suspicion of Murder: Report

    Former Senior China Police Chief Detained on Suspicion of Murder: Report

    The former police chief of the northern Chinese region of Inner Mongolia has been detained on suspicion of murder, state news agency Xinhua said today, citing public security authorities.

  • Drought Worsens China's Long-Term Water Crisis

    Drought Worsens China's Long-Term Water Crisis

    The corn has grown to only half its normal height on Yan Shuqin's ranch in the hills of Inner Mongolia this year, as a swath of northern China suffers its worst drought in 60 years.

  • Coal Gas Boom in China Holds Climate Change Risks

    Coal Gas Boom in China Holds Climate Change Risks

    Deep in the hilly grasslands of remote Inner Mongolia, twin smoke stacks rise more than 200 feet into the sky, their steam and sulfur billowing over herds of sheep and cattle. Both day and night, the rumble of this power plant echoes across the ancient steppe, and its acrid stench travels dozens of miles away.

  • Claims 100 stray dogs buried alive in China probed

    Claims 100 stray dogs buried alive in China probed

    Claims that about 100 stray dogs were buried alive in northern China are being investigated, an official said Sunday, the latest apparent case of animal cruelty to shock the nation.

  • Chinese police to protect sheep from wolves

    In an interesting addition to the responsibilities of policemen in China, armed patrols have been ordered to escort sheep after an increase in the number of wolf attacks this winter. Police in northern China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region have been given the order as increasing attacks have been reported in Xilin Gol prefecture, Xinhua reported...

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