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Jan 15, 2019
Chinese court sentences Canadian to death for drug smuggling amid growing tension over Huawei CFO's arrest in VancouverMeng, the daughter of Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei, is on bail in Canada after her arrest over alleged violation of US sanctions on Iran.
May 13, 2018
China's first domestically-built aircraft carrier begins sea trials as Beijing steps up presence in disputed watersChina's first domestically developed aircraft carrier began sea trials on Sunday, official media reported, a historic step in the country's mission to modernise its military to beef up its naval presence in the disputed regional waters.
Jul 13, 2017
China removes Q&A on Nobel Prize winner Liu Xiaobo from foreign ministry websiteIn an unprecedented move, the Chinese foreign ministry on Thursday removed questions related to Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo from the transcripts of its daily media briefings available on the official website.
Jul 03, 2016
Euro 2016: 236 suspects arrested in China for illegal football gamblingA total of 236 suspects have been arrested in China for illegal football gambling and seized USD 4.2 million in cases involving overseas betting websites during the ongoing UEFA Euro 2016.
Nov 26, 2014
China: Coal mine fire kills 24 workers, 52 injuredAt least 24 workers were killed and 52 others injured on Wednesday when a fire broke out in a coal mine in China's northeastern Liaoning province soon after a mild earthquake jolted the region.
Aug 22, 2013
Bo Xilai distances himself from wife over bribery allegationsThe trial of China's disgraced Communist leader Bo Xilai took an intriguing turn on the first day as he distanced himself from his wife when it was alleged that she and their son were beneficiaries of corruption and abuse of power
Aug 18, 2013
Death toll in China floods rises to 43The Xinhua News Agency said 12 deaths were reported Sunday in Liaoning province. That added to a total of 25 deaths reported earlier in Heilongjiang and Jilin, the other two provinces in China's northeast.