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Woman 'steamed' alive despite black magic being banned in China

Witch doctors tried to heal a sick woman, but their rituals failed. They finally decided they would have to "steam the ghosts out of her body." The woman's death is a gruesome reminder that superstition is still rampant in rural China.

Chinese police at lunch allegedly eat endangered giant salamander

Shenzhen - A banquet for Chinese officials turned violent last week when journalists photographed them eating a critically endangered giant salamander, media reports say. The diners included senior police officials who appeared to flout Beijing's austerity campaign.

China: Phallic Communist Party's newspaper HQ gets ribbing

The Communist Party's official newspaper, the People's Daily, is causing a lot of laughter, because it's new building has the undeniable look of a giant penis.

Vietnam calls for public opinion on constitutional reform

Hanoi - The Vietnamese government has requested the public to put forward its views on Vietnam's long-awaited constitutional reform.

Hu Jintao warns of danger of corruption

Beijing - In an opening address to the Communist Party Congress, General Secretary Hu Jintao warned party delegates of the danger of corruption. He told the delegates that failure to tackle the issue could lead to the fall of the party and state.

China's Bo Xilai expelled and is facing criminal charges

Chongqing - The ex-Communist Party leader of Chongqing, China has been expelled from the party, and is being accused of abuse of power, corruption, and improper sexual behavior.

Gu Kailai on trial for Neil Heywood Death

Chongqing - The wife of ousted Chinese politician Bo Xilai goes on trial Thursday August 9 for murdering British businessman Neil Heywood, BBC News is reporting.

Philippine military and communist rebels forge holiday ceasefire

The Communist Party of the Philippines(CPP) and its armed group, the New Peoples Army (NPA) have forged an agreement with Philippine military for an 18-day ceasefire.

Op-Ed: A Providential Coincidence in Modern Chinese History

A providential coincidence of modern Chinese history may have aligned the strategic interests of two profoundly important but different groups of persecuted Chinese nationals who have suffered the same unhappy fate.

Vietnamese bloggers come under Government Decrees

The blogosphere, as well, is not able to break-free from censorship. In its latest instance, the State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has issued several decrees in the aim of curtailing a vibrant blogosphere of the country.

Before Wright and Ayers There Was 'Frank'

Despite attempts by the Obama campaign to disparage research into Obama’s obscured past as “swiftboating,” new troubling associations emerge daily raising questions as to why Obama consistently surrounded himself with Anti-American anarchists.

Vietnam's Ethnic Minorities Driven To The Margins

HOA BINH PROVINCE, Vietnam (dpa) - Forty kilometres southwest of Hanoi, at the foot of steep forested hillsides, 80-year-old Muong grandmother Ngo Thi Chich squats in the courtyard of her home and cuts young bamboo for dinner."You here to buy land?" sh...

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