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Yushu Earthquake (2010)

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  • Chinese will hear Ai Weiwei's appeal on tax evasion

     
    In a possible softening of their stance toward a leading dissident, Chinese authorities are allowing artist Ai Weiwei to appeal a fine for tax evasion, Ai’s representatives said on Friday....
  • Japan supports U.S. sanctions, pledges to buy less Iranian oil

     
    Capping a diplomatic huddle in Tokyo with U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner, Japanese central government officials pledged Thursday to buy less Iranian oil in a nod to Washington's campaign to sanction Iran over its nuclear program....
  • Sundance 2012: Ai Weiwei screening becomes a political event

     
    At the Sundance Film Festival, the Ai Weiwei documentary Never Sorry premiered on Sunday...
  • Sony promotes Kazuo Hirai to succeed CEO Howard Stringer

     
    Sony appoints Kazuo Hirai as its next CEO. Hirai became fluent in English during his years in Foster City, Calif., as head of the company's North American PlayStation business from 2006 to 2009....
  • Hollywood stars getting into trouble with China [video]

     
    The recent dustup between Christian Bale and Chinese authorities was only the latest collision between politically correct Hollywood and authoritarian Beijing. Here are some other moments that have gotten stars in trouble in China, caught on tape....
  • New Delhi protester grimaces in police grip

     
    A photo of a Tibetan protester detained by police during a demonstration against China. The protest in New Delhi made headlines Monday when one Tibetan demonstrator set himself on fire. The Times' Mark Magnier reports it was the second attempted self-...
  • On the road to Damascus: Thirsty guards, bribes and menace

     
    A Times special correspondent recently traveled via car between Beirut and Damascus. This is her account of the trip, facing sometimes menacing -- and thirsty -- guards at numerous checkpoints....
  • Daily News Briefs: April 30, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: After overcoming "unspecified part" issues, the Dodge Dart will begin rolling off the line in Chrysler's Belvidere, Ill., assembly plant May 3, Bloomberg News reports. Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a......
  • Daily News Briefs: May 9, 2012

     
    Nevada has issued Google a license to test its driverless cars in the state. The Las Vegas Sun reports Google, whose driverless cars have logged more than 100,000 miles in neighboring California, will be able to test its fleet of......
  • North Korea's Kim Jong Un given new post as rocket launch looms

     
    As North Korea readied for a deeply disputed rocket launch, its youthful new leader, Kim Jong Un, was named to a new position Wednesday as first secretary of the ruling Workers’ Party....
  • Monster Mash: Another setback for 'Spider-Man'; China building Sichuan earthquake museum

     
    Departure: Actress Natalie Mendoza is said to be leaving Broadway's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" on a permanent basis after suffering a concussion backstage. (New York Times) Commemoration: China has begun work on a museum in the southwestern...