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  • Oil drop won't stop China in South China Sea

    HONG KONG When it comes to territorial tensions in the South China Sea, it's more about what goes through it than what lies beneath it. Oil last week dropped below $46 a barrel, to more than five- year lows. The biggest collapse in energy prices since...
  • What China's premier should say at Davos

     What China's premier should say at Davos
    When global leaders toast the start of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week, one unusually prominent guest should be ready for sharp criticism — Premier Li Keqiang of China, the country's highest-ranking attendee since 2009....
  • Two Uighurs reported killed in latest China border incident

    BEIJING Chinese police shot and killed two members of the Uighur minority group late Sunday as they attempted to cross the border illegally into Vietnam and assaulted Chinese border guards who tried to stop them, state media reported Monday. It was...
  • Chinese need to exercise more, smoke less, new report says

    BEIJING More than three million Chinese are dying prematurely each year from diseases that could be prevented with regular exercise and programs to cut smoking and alcohol abuse, the World Health Organization said in a report released Monday. Worldwide,...
  • Asia stocks mixed as Nikkei follows Wall St lower, China stocks rise on upbeat trade data

    Chinese shares edged higher Tuesday after trade data for the world's No. 2 economy came in a tad better than expected while Japan's Nikkei traced declines on Wall Street driven by the plunging oil price. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225...
  • Taiwan's Nationalists choose mayor as new party chief

    Taiwan's Nationalists choose mayor as new party chief
    Taiwan’s ruling Nationalist Party, which lost public support last year largely due to its pursuit of closer ties with mainland China, on Saturday picked the mayor of New Taipei City as its new leader in a bid to revive its popularity ahead of...
  • 6 reported dead in renewed Uighur violence in western China

    BEIJING Police killed six militant "thugs" in China's rebellious Xinjiang region Monday after several of them reportedly tried to set off an explosive device, according to state media. The violence again highlights China's struggle to quell unrest in its...
  • Home, office of controversial Hong Kong media mogul attacked

    Unidentified attackers hurled Molotov cocktails at the home and office of a vocal anti-Communist media mogul early Monday, the latest in a string of attacks aimed at media figures in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. No injuries were reported in...
  • Venezuela President Maduro returns home to parade after 2-week trip as economic crisis looms

    President Nicolas Maduro was greeted by the Venezuelan equivalent of a ticker tape parade Saturday as he returned to an increasingly stricken economy from a two-week fundraising trip. Crowds of government supporters danced to live salsa, clutched...
  • Hong Kong police haul in protesters for 'arrests by appointment'

    Hong Kong police haul in protesters for 'arrests by appointment'
    Police on Friday arrested some of the student leaders of the territory’s pro-democracy movement, only to set them free within hours without requiring bail in an exercise some critics said smacked of harassment.  The “arrests by appointment&...
  • Western Australia's mining boom ebbs along with China's economy

    Western Australia's mining boom ebbs along with China's economy
    Joe Norton, a large man with a sun-burnt face, digs into a plate full of beef, potatoes, carrots and Brussels sprouts at Searipple, a mobile-home camp in Australia's western frontier. It isn't the tastiest food in the world, the 54-year-old says, but...