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China 'cult' members on trial for McDonald's killing

Beijing - Five members of a fringe religious group in China went on trial Thursday for beating a woman to death at a McDonald's restaurant, reportedly after she rebuffed their attempts to recruit her.
In the Media by AFP

China 'cult' members on trial for McDonald's killing: Court

Beijing - Five people accused by Chinese authorities of being members of a religious cult went on trial Thursday for beating a woman to death at a McDonald's restaurant, the court said.
In the Media by AFP

Two charged in Malaysia with stealing from MH370 victims

Kuala Lumpur - A Malaysian bank officer and her husband were charged Wednesday with forgery, theft and other offences after allegedly stealing more than $30,000 from the accounts of four people who were aboard missing flight MH370.
In the Media by AFP

Pope's message lost on China?

Seoul - When Pope Francis sent an unprecedented message to Chinese President Xi Jinping last week, it went missing -- an apparent technical glitch laden with symbolism.
In the Media by Giles Hewitt (AFP)

Australia tycoon blasts Chinese government 'mongrels'

Sydney - Outspoken Australian tycoon Clive Palmer has labelled the Chinese government "mongrels" who "shoot their own people" in a televised tirade that was criticised by Canberra Tuesday as "hugely damaging".
In the Media by Martin Parry (AFP)

China gang forced children to donate blood: Xinhua

Beijing - Police arrested seven people in northwest China allegedly involved in a scheme that forced school children to donate blood, state media reported.
In the Media by AFP

Japanese politicians visit controversial war shrine

Tokyo - Dozens of Japanese politicians visited a controversial war shrine Friday in a move criticised by China and South Korea, which condemn it as a symbol of Tokyo's militarist past.
In the Media by Antoine Bouthier (AFP) - 1 comment

Chinese zoo sees 'miracle' birth of panda triplets

Guangdong - Officials at Guangzhou's Chimelong Safari Park have reported the birth of three pandas from mother Juxiao. Both the mother and cubs are healthy.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Kerry urges China to be cooperative partner

Sydney - US Secretary of State John Kerry urged China Tuesday to be a cooperative partner, saying Washington was not interested in conflict or confrontation with it.
In the Media by AFP

Tibet bus accident kills 44 people, injures 11: Xinhua

Beijing - A tour bus plunged into a Tibetan valley on Saturday after hitting two vehicles, killing 44 people and injuring 11, China's official news agency Xinhua reported.
In the Media by AFP

China requires the use of real names during instant messaging

Everyone including companies, celebrities and citizens now has to sign an agreement before using instant messaging systems. Users must agree to "obey the law and uphold the socialist system,” while using this technology and use their real names.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 3 comments

Son has parents (over) for dinner, kills and cooks them

Tai Kok Tsui - Henry Chau Hoi-leung, 30, and accomplice Tse Chun-kei, 36, allegedly planned the murder for months. After their son, Chau, invited his parents for lunch investigators say he and his friend overpowered them, killed them and cooked their bodies.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 19 comments

China jails British, US investigators hired by GSK

Beijing - A British investigator once hired by scandal-hit pharmaceutical giant GSK in China was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail for breaching privacy laws, a court said Friday.
In the Media by AFP

Son of Canadian 'spies' held in China calls for govt action

Beijing - The son of a Canadian couple under investigation for alleged spying in China called Wednesday for Ottawa to help prevent charges being laid against his parents.
In the Media by Kelly Olsen (AFP)

China to punish Audi, Chrysler for 'monopoly' acts

Shanghai - China stepped up pressure on foreign carmakers in the world's biggest auto market Wednesday, pledging to punish German luxury brand Audi and Chrysler of the United States for "monopoly behaviour".
In the Media by Bill Savadove (AFP)

China quake toll nears 600 as volunteers told to stay away

Zhaotong - The death toll from an earthquake that devastated a remote region of China jumped to nearly 600 people Wednesday, authorities said, as volunteer rescuers were warned away.
In the Media by Neil Connor (AFP)

Japan defence paper warns of China's 'dangerous acts' in sea, air

Tokyo - Japan warned Tuesday that China's "dangerous acts" over territorial claims in the East China Sea could lead to "unintended consequences" in the region, as fears grow of a potential military clash.
In the Media by AFP

Old Chinese coin discovered on remote Australian island

A brass coin was discovered in the sand on Elcho Island by a metal detector off the north coast of Australia, near Arnhem Land. The coin originates from the Qing Dynasty and was minted between 1736 and 1795.
In the Media by Elke Nagy

China earthquake death toll passes 400

Lizhai - More than 400 people have died in an earthquake that devastated a Chinese village, officials said Tuesday, as relatives faced the stark probability that rescuers would only find the remains of their loved ones.
In the Media by Neil Connor (AFP)

China holds six from OSI unit in food scandal: company

Shanghai - Chinese police investigating an expired meat scandal have detained another official from a local unit of US food supplier OSI Group, bringing the total to six, the company said.
In the Media by AFP

China probes Canadian Christian couple for alleged spying

Beijing - China is investigating a Canadian Christian couple for alleged espionage, state media and their son said Tuesday, a week after Ottawa accused Beijing of cyber-spying.
In the Media by Kelly Olsen, Tom Hancock (AFP) - 1 comment

Japan defence paper warns over China's 'dangerous acts' in sea, air

Tokyo - Japan warned Tuesday that China's "dangerous acts" over territorial claims in the East China Sea could lead to "unintended consequences" in the region, as fears grow of a potential military clash.
In the Media by AFP

At least 367 dead in southwest China quake

Beijing - More than 367 people died and nearly 2,000 were injured when a strong earthquake hit southwest China's mountainous Yunnan province, bringing homes crashing to the ground and sparking a massive relief operation.
In the Media by Julien Girault (AFP)

Earthquake hits China's Yunnan province killing hundreds

Kunming - An earthquake struck China’s Yunnan province Sunday toppling thousands of homes, killing hundreds and injuring thousands.
In the Media by Abdul Kuddus - 2 comments

Death toll from southwest China quake rises to 357: Xinhua

Beijing - The death toll from a strong earthquake that hit southwest China's mountainous Yunnan province on Sunday has risen to 357, the official news agency Xinhua reported.The 6.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Safety questioned as China plant blast deaths rise to 71

Kunshan - The death toll from an explosion at a Taiwan-invested car parts factory in China climbed to 71 on Sunday, state media said, as a labour rights group cast doubt on its safety measures.
In the Media by Bill Savadove (AFP) - 1 comment

37 civilians, 59 'terrorists' killed in earlier China attack

Beijing - Chinese state media said Sunday that 37 civilians and 59 "terrorists" had been killed in an attack earlier in the week in Xinjiang, home to China's mainly Muslim Uighur minority.
In the Media by AFP

China factory explosion kills 68

Kunshan - A massive explosion killed 68 people Saturday as it ripped through a factory in eastern China, officials said, as badly burned victims were rushed to local hospitals.
In the Media by Bill Savadove (AFP)

Imam of China's biggest mosque killed in Xinjiang

Beijing - The head of China's largest mosque was murdered after conducting morning prayers, the local government in far western Xinjiang said Thursday, amid intensifying violence in the turbulent region.
In the Media by Kelly Olsen , Tom Hancock (AFP)

Tibetan monk cremated in Nepal despite China controversy

Kathmandu - Thousands of mourners, many in tears, gathered in Kathmandu to pay tribute to a senior Tibetan Buddhist monk whose cremation was initially blocked by Nepal, sparking claims it had caved to pressure from China.
In the Media by AFP
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Australia s new prime minister  Tony Abbott  gets congratulated by the country s governor-general  Q...
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Australia's new prime minister, Tony Abbott, gets congratulated by the country's governor-general, Quentin Bryce, after his swearing-in ceremony last year.
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The entrance to the World Trade Winning Hotel in Jilin  northeast China
The entrance to the World Trade Winning Hotel in Jilin, northeast China
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Lonna Lisa Williams poses with an elderly Chinese couple in Tiananmen Square
Lonna Lisa Williams poses with an elderly Chinese couple in Tiananmen Square
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Chinese photographers gather to take photos of a model in a Jilin shopping mall
Chinese photographers gather to take photos of a model in a Jilin shopping mall
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Leshan City _ China
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Hangzhou, China, Temple
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Visitors take pictures of a prototype model of a lunar rover at the 15th China International Industr...
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Visitors take pictures of a prototype model of a lunar rover at the 15th China International Industry Fair in Shanghai, November 5, 2013. China will land its first probe on the moon in early December
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Looking back at the Emperor s Casket at the end of a long corridor inside the Dingling Ming tomb
Looking back at the Emperor's Casket at the end of a long corridor inside the Dingling Ming tomb
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The  well-built  UK beauty symbolizes friendship between China and the UK. [Photo: Zhenyu Li]
The "well-built" UK beauty symbolizes friendship between China and the UK. [Photo: Zhenyu Li]
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Lonna Lisa Williams poses with some Chinese girls in Tiananmen Square
Lonna Lisa Williams poses with some Chinese girls in Tiananmen Square
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Scene of mass stabbings at train station in Kunming  China
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Scene of mass stabbings at train station in Kunming, China
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This balcony could have been a scene from  Dream of Red Mansions
This balcony could have been a scene from "Dream of Red Mansions"
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Health officials in protective suits put a goose into a sack as part of preventive measures against ...
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Health officials in protective suits put a goose into a sack as part of preventive measures against the H7N9 bird flu at a poultry market in Zhuji, Zhejiang province, China
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Burger King has had less trouble in China but has also had some U.K. problems in the modern-day.
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Burger King has had less trouble in China but has also had some U.K. problems in the modern-day.
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Lake Kunming at the Summer Palace. At the center-right is the Bridge of 17 Arches and at the far rig...
Lake Kunming at the Summer Palace. At the center-right is the Bridge of 17 Arches and at the far right, the Nanhu Islet.
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This picture shows some of the massive pollution that the Chinese have created in their country.
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This picture shows some of the massive pollution that the Chinese have created in their country.
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Panda dogs are the latest craze in China
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Panda dogs are the latest craze in China
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Chicken market in Xining  Qinghai province  China.
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Chicken market in Xining, Qinghai province, China. Photo taken on 12 June 2008.
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Mark Rowswell  the commissioner general for Canada at the Expo 2010 poses at the opening ceremony of...
Mark Rowswell, the commissioner general for Canada at the Expo 2010 poses at the opening ceremony of the Canada Pavilion on May 1, 2010. [Photo: People's Daily online/Zhenyu Li]
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