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China falls for Onion hoax on Kim


North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has been named 2012's 'Sexiest Man Alive', China's Communist Party newspaper proclaimed Tuesday after treating a spoof award by satirical US website The Onion as genuin

China paper deletes 'sexiest' Kim report

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The Chinese Communist Party's official mouthpiece on Wednesday deleted a story that North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un had been named 2012's ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ after it fell for a spoof by a US website.

China leader warns corruption could trigger 'collapse'


China's president Hu Jintao on Thursday warned the Communist Party faces 'collapse' if it fails to clean up corruption and called for an economic revamp as he opened a congress to inaugurate a new sla

China's Bo Xilai expelled from Communist Party


Disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai has been expelled from the ruling Communist party, state media said Sunday, clearing the way for him to face criminal trial.

The decision, made at a meeting of

Bo ouster shows unity in China party: State media


China's Communist Party has put on a forceful display of unity by expelling Bo Xilai, state media said on Saturday, but web users denounced the case as a sign of deep-rooted corruption plaguing the ru

CPI-M broods over ‘imponderable’ changes in China


After decades of leaning towards the neighbouring Communist comrades in China, CPI(M) is having a critical look on the shift in policies of Chinese Communist Party that is taking 'imponderable' steps

China tells military to ignore coup rumours, obey party


China's top military newspaper told troops on Friday to ignore rumors on the Internet and steel themselves for 'ideological struggle' as the ruling Communist Party faces a leadership transition, in a

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