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Beijing battens down, cranks up propaganda ahead of war parade

Some 12,000 soldiers will march through Beijing’s central Tiananmen Square on Thursday, accompanied by tanks and armoured vehicles, as fighter jets scream overhead.

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China detains 11 over deadly Tianjin blasts that killed 139

Police have already detained 12 Ruihai employees as part of their investigation and are also looking into a company suspected of providing bogus safety assessments.

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China economy: Timeline of Chinese stock market slide

A timeline of the decline of China’s main stock market index from its June 12 peak and government efforts to shore up prices.

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China Victory Day: 30 heads of state to attend celebrations, Japan to skip

Nearly 1,000 foreign troops from 17 countries will participate in China’s military parade here on September 3 to mark the 70th anniversary of the World War II victory against Japan, a military official said.

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Obama needs to show some ‘backbone’ on US-China relations: Scott Walker

“Rather than honouring Xi Jinping with an official state visit next month, President Obama should focus on holding China accountable over its increasing attempts to undermine US interests,” said Walker.

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US to China: Make economy transparent, currency market-driven

Stocks from London to Paris to New York all bled, as global shares went into a tailspin yesterday, with European and US stocks tumbling as concerns over Chinese economy rattled investors worldwide.

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Blast in eastern China chemical plant kills one, nine others injured

The facility, owned by Shandong Runxing Chemical Technology Co., produced adiponitrile, which can give off toxic fumes when burned, according to Xinhua.

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China: Tianjin port explosion death toll rises to 121

Among the dead from the Aug. 12 disaster are 67 firefighters, while another 37 firefighters missing, the government said on its official microblog.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping’s reform push faced ‘fierce resistance’: Report

The article said the reforms were at a critical stage and had encountered immense difficulties, affecting the interests of various groups.

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Toxic chemical levels high in Chinese city hit by blast

Technicians have detected levels of cyanide as much as 356 times the national safe level within the evacuated area, although levels outside the zone show no undue contamination, reports.

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13 dead, 13 missing in central China floods

Heavy rains and flooding struck Sichuan, Guizhou and Hunan provinces starting Sunday, causing widespread damage, the Xinhua News Agency reported.

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Tianjin tragedy: China clearing blast site, military checking storage

Training on the handling of such materials and on executing emergency response plans was also to be stepped-up.

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Tianjin blasts: Thunderstorms complicate recovery from China port blasts

Experts have expressed concern that rain could spread some of the vast quantities of hazardous material at the site or set off chemical reactions sparking further explosions.

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Video: Sodium cyanide traces found in waters near China blasts site

Sodium cyanide is a highly toxic white, water-soluble powder that prevents the body from using oxygen.