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Beijing marathoners don face masks to battle smog

China’s pollution is notorious following years of rapid economic development.

10,000 pigeons released on China’s National Day searched by govt for suspicious materials: report

Beijing domestic security police officer said workers checked the wings, legs and anus of each pigeon ahead of time.

China sentences 3 to death for attack at Tiananmen Square

One other person got life in jail, and four others received sentences ranging from five to 20 years in jail, state television said.

US asks China to free activists held ahead of Tiananmen anniv

US called on the Chinese authorities to release all the activists, journalists and lawyers detained ahead of the 25th anniversary.

China deploys more police dogs to beef up anti-terror drive

Beijing police have now trained more than 650 dogs.

China detains veteran journalist for state secrets

Gao allegedly leaked state secrets detailing the party’s vision on economic reforms but preventing challenges to one-party rule.

Chinese paper says Islamists seek to ban TV,singing

China has stepped up its rhetoric against what it says is a threat the country faces from Islamist militants.

Days after Beijing attack,China talks cooperation on terrorism

Russia too expressed concerns about terrorism spreading from Afghanistan.

Police focus on Uighurs after Tiananmen car attack

The vehicle’s three occupants were killed along with two bystanders,including a Filipino woman.

Five killed,38 injured as car ploughs into crowd at Tiananmen Square

Car veered off the road at the north of the square,a major tourist attraction,crossed the barriers and caught fire.

China hits back at US in annual human rights survey

China accuses US of spying on its own citizens,discriminating against women and ethnic minorities.

China’s first lady serenaded Tiananmen troops in 1989

The country has no recent precedent for the role of first lady,and also faces a tricky balance at home.

Former Beijing mayor recalls,’89 crackdown was a tragedy

Former mayor said it was a tragedy that could have been avoided and he hoped the incident could have been resolved peacefully.

Crackdown on Ramdev an internal Indian issue: US

Toner refused to draw parallel between the Ramlila Maidan incident with those of brutal crackdown at the Tianamen Square in China.

13-yr-old protests at Tiananmen for Korean park

Jonathan Lee unfurled a sign saying “peace treaty” and “nuclear free DMZ children’s peace forest” as he stood outside Tiananmen