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China cautions India over new border posts

China urged India “not to do things that may complicate the situation.”

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China at risk, seeks Japan aid: Ebola expert

In public hospitals in China, the level of infection control is poor.

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Toronto schools set to reject Confucius deal, likely to irritate China

The move is likely to irritate Beijing just days before Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is expected to visit.


China tells Nepal what to do

Beijing wants a secure environment for its investments and an extradition treaty.


India wants peace with China but not at cost of honour: Rajnath Singh

Referring to Pakistan, the Home Minister said the neighbouring country should stop firing on border posts and civilian areas.


India, China join hands to produce ‘Kungfu Yoga’

Prominent film production firms of India and China announced their first joint venture that could feature Jackie Chan.

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China ‘executed 2,400′ people last year: rights group

China is so reticent on the issue that it has done nothing to publicise the long-term decline in its use of the death penalty.

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US, China vow to manage rifts ahead of Barack Obama visit to Beijing

The US and China pledged Saturday to overcome mistrust, manage their differences and cooperate.

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Hong Kong police swoop in on democracy protest site

Ongoing sit-ins at 3 major intersections have caused significant disruption to a city usually known for its stability.

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China reacts to India’s road construction plan, says don’t complicate border situation

China claims Arunachal Pradesh as a part of Southern Tibet and disputes McMohan line.


Landslide in northwest China kills 19 road workers

The landslide crushed eight temporary dormitory rooms and buried workers in the northwestern province of Shaanxi.

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China quake: 1 killed, 324 injured as strong earthquake shakes southwestern China

The earthquake with a magnitude of at least 6.0 hit the Weiyuan city area of Yunnan province at 9:49 p.m.


Hong Kong protests subside after tumultuous week, but few still remain on streets

Schools reopened and civil servants returned to work after protesters cleared the area outside the city’s government headquarters.


Riot police fight back Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators

Fresh clashes broke out at Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests early today with riot police using batons and pepper spray to fight back demonstrators, as student leaders reopened the door to talks with the government. READ: Protesters rally to defy street attacks, threats from govt  With the protest movement entering its seventh night, tens of thousands of […]


Hong Kong protesters shelve talks with govt

Police were struggling to keep order as the two sides tussled in a tense standoff.