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    A police car is blocked by protesters after thousands of people block a main road to the financial central district outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong on Sept. 28.



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    Afghanistan swears in new president

    Ashraf Ghani (pictured left) and Abdullah Abdullah have been sworn in as Afghanistan’s new leaders. The inauguration marks the first peaceful transition of power in the country’s history.  Go to article

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    Hong Kong riot police ‘withdrawn’

    Hong Kong authorities have announced they are “withdrawing” riot police in a major concession to demonstrators. Pro-democracy protestors have blocked several main intersections following overnight battles with police.

    Hollande in senate election setback

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    France’s Senate election appears to have handed the far-right National Front entry for the first time, with 2 seats. Meanwhile, the conservatives claim a Senate majority over President Francois Hollande’s socialists.

    Final phase in Karadzic genocide trial begins

    Closing arguments are underway in the war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb commander Radovan Karadzic. He is charged with some of the worst atrocities since World War II, including the Srebrenica massacre.

    Mexican politician shot dead in Acapulco

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    Unidentified gunmen have shot dead a prominent local politician in Acapulco, with their motives currently unclear. During Mexico’s military crackdown on drug cartels, several officials have been targeted.

    Swiss reject health fund reform

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    Swiss voters have rejected a proposal from left-leaning parties to drop Switzerland’s private health insurance system and switch to a state-run scheme. Swiss medical care costs have soared in recent years.

    Asylum seekers abused in Germany

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    Germany ‘unable to meet NATO commitments’

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    SoftBank silent on rumored DreamWorks bid

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    UK PM Cameron sharpens his party’s profile

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    Kim Jong-un ‘suffering from discomfort’, North Korea admits after leader’s absence


    Young North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is suffering from “discomfort”, state media has said in the first official acknowledgement of ill health after a prolonged period out of the public eye.

    Friday, 26 September, 2014, 6:26pm 1 comment More on North Korea

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    Beware the ‘chubby blue guy’: Chinese dailies warn public against Japan’s ‘Doraemon’


    A few state-run newspapers in the western Chinese city of Chengdu earned themselves a barrage of ridicule after they warned that the Japanese cartoon series Doraemon is just another tool used by the Japanese government to cover up its war atrocities.

    26 Sep 2014 - 6:41pm

    Chinese hairy crab found in Scotland’s River Clyde raises environmental concerns

    The Chinese hairy crab has been found in Scotland for the first time and it could poise a serious potential threat to local trout and salmon in Glasgow’s River Clyde, researchers said.

    26 Sep 2014 - 5:44pm

    Harbin city shatters taboos with landmark policy against abuse of women

    Harbin city is set to enforce a landmark regulation protecting women against violence – but it has also stirred debate online for covering touchy issues such as a husband’s right to cut off financial support.

    26 Sep 2014 - 5:54pm 1 comment

    China and India agree to end Himalayan border face-off


    India and China have agreed to pull back troops ranged against each other on a remote Himalayan plateau, ending their biggest face-off on the disputed border in a year.

    26 Sep 2014 - 8:05pm 1 comment

    Singaporean widow, 87, in HK$244m battle to get fortune back from Chinese tour guide


    A dementia-stricken Singaporean widow who claims to have been swindled out of her fortune by a Chinese tour guide is launching legal action to get it back.

    26 Sep 2014 - 4:32pm 1 comment

    Hunan city targets ‘hometown clubs’ to curb nepotism and favouritism

    A city in Hunan has banned employees from setting up “townsmen associations”, clubs for residents sharing the same ancestral hometowns, as China’s corruption crackdown spreads.

    26 Sep 2014 - 4:23pm More on Xi Jinping’s anti-graft campaign

    Chinese authorities attempt to put the brakes on wasteful urban construction

    Authorities will rein in the rampant construction of new urban districts across China in an attempt to stem the appearance of so-called “ghost towns”, the Ministry of Land and Resources said on Thursday.

    26 Sep 2014 - 6:41pm

    China says 50 dead, 54 injured in Sunday terror attacks in restive Xinjiang


    Xinjiang official media said that 50 people, including 40 suspected assailants, were killed in what the authorities called a terror attack over the weekend in the restive region.

    26 Sep 2014 - 11:37am 7 comments

    Four schoolboys killed in shocking knife attack in southwestern China


    Chinese police are hunting a 56-year-old man whom they suspect of murdering four schoolboys in a savage knife attack and making off with the headless body of one victim in a tricycle.

    26 Sep 2014 - 7:38pm 2 comments

    Ilham Tohti’s ‘separatist’ videos released by Chinese state media after controversial conviction

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    Chinese school that taught women ‘a career is too costly’ ordered to shut down

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    Chater Road: a history of Hong Kong’s prosperity and tumult

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    Top executives of influential Chinese financial paper detained in escalating ‘extortion’ probe

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    Bitcoin breaking into mainstream with companies and consumers


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    26 Sep 2014 - 9:29pm


    Kim Jong-un ‘suffering from discomfort’, North Korea admits after leader’s absence


    Young North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is suffering from “discomfort”, state media has said in the first official acknowledgement of ill health after a prolonged period out of the public eye.

    26 Sep 2014 - 6:26pm 1 comment More on North Korea



    Iraq PM says Islamic State plans attacks on US and Paris subways

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    26 Sep 2014 - 10:10pm

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    soft power

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    26 Sep 2014

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    Rare snow leopards caught on camera in Tibet reserve for the first time

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    Chinese writer Cao Baoyin detained by police after alternative school closure

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    1 million in gold thrown out with the rubbish; 7 million yuan fine for unpaid water bills

    24 Sep 2014

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    China uncovers US$10b in fake trades

    The mainland has found almost US$10 billion worth of fake trades nationwide as part of an investigation to crack down on fraudulent trade financing, the foreign exchange regulator said yesterday.

    26 Sep 2014 - 5:24pm 4 comments

    Apple responds to iPhone 6 bending and software complaints

    Apple broke its silence on complaints about bending iPhones, hours after withdrawing a glitch-ridden software update as the company struggles to restore momentum to the rollout of its latest phones.

    26 Sep 2014 - 9:59am More on Apple


    Nan Fung eyes expansion of property portfolio on mainland

    Nan Fung Development will continue to look for good partners and opportunities to enlarge its property portfolio in mainland China, where the group expects a strong growth in the medium to long term, says the group’s chief executive Antony Leung.

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    Young tech entrepreneurs from the West head to China

    Benjamin Black had another 18 months to go before completing his computer science degree at the University of Southern California, but he just couldn’t wait. Last October, the 23-year-old from Boulder, Colorado dropped out to join a start-up in Guiyang city, Guizhou, called Flexbot.

    Cameron makes case for UK intervention in Iraq

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    According to a CASS report, about 16,000 to 18,000 officials in China went missing or fled abroad between the mid-90s and 2008.

    African fraud, local market exacerbate illegal primate importation

    China has emerged as one of the largest importers of live apes worldwide, however in many cases these imports have been shady affairs, conducted without proper documents and patchy supervision.

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