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China defends N-cooperation with Pakistan

China on Thursday vowed to take its military ties with Pakistan to a “new high” and defended its nuclear cooperation with Islamabad to build two new reactors for the country.

China’s Panchen makes ‘political debut’


Twenty-year-old Panchen Lama, being projected by China as the Dalai Lama’s successor has made his “political debut” by making a maiden address at a prominent monastery in Tibet, the state media said o

China questions Dalai status as Tibetan head

In a fresh attack on the Dalai Lama, a mouthpiece of the Chinese government on Sunday criticised his call for greater autonomy for Tibet and questioned whether he was really qualified to speak for six

Patient’s son kills doctor in China

Angry over a hospital for being unable to save his cancer-stricken father, a Chinese man on Friday stabbed a doctor to death and seriously injured a nurse at the facility in the latest in a series of

Group sex: Trial of teen girl, 2 men

A 17-year-old Chinese schoolgirl who figured in a pornographic video having group sex with two men was put on trial along with her “partners” by the local prosecutors accusing them of indulging in “g

China to keep blocking Net content

China vowed on Tuesday to keep a tight grip on the Internet, saying in a white paper it would continue to block anything considered subversive or threatening to “national unity.” The policy statement

China protests killing of 3 by N. Korea

China said on Tuesday that North Korean border guards shot dead three Chinese citizens last week and that Beijing had protested to Pyongyang in a rare sour note between the close allies.

Li Peng memoir: Deng was ready to spill blood

China’s revered reformist leader Deng Xiaoping said the government had to “spill some blood” to quell student-led protests in 1989, according to newly-published memoirs of the watershed events by former Premier Li Peng.

Memoir shows an unyielding Deng

The memoir based on the watershed events of 1989, by former Chinese Premier Li Peng, show China’s revered reformist leader Deng Xiaoping and his Communist Party successors were unyielding, saying that

China to launch fourth orbiter into space

China will soon launch its fourth orbiter into space as part of its indigenous satellite navigation and positioning network known as Beidou.

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