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  • The Latest on Nepal: Quake deaths also occur in India, Tibet

    7:15 p.m. (1330 GMT) Tuesday's quake in Nepal caused at least one death in neighboring Tibet. A landslide triggered by the quake killed one person and injured three, according to China's state broadcaster China Central Television. Two houses also...
  • Replica of razed Chinese palace opens, but some prefer ruins

    China already has its own copies of London's Tower Bridge and the Eiffel Tower. Now a life-sized model by a film studio of one of the country's own historical attractions — the Old Summer Palace — has ruffled the bosses of the original...
  • Island of Pagan opposes plan to use it for Marine invasion training

     Island of Pagan opposes plan to use it for Marine invasion training
    The tiny Pacific island of Pagan is a lost world of deserted black sand beaches, feral pigs and huge fruit bats. Two active volcanoes, one at each end of the spoon-shaped isle, rise over a deep blue horizon. A rusting Zero fighter plane lies near a...
  • Military leaders gather in Hawaii to talk amphibious skills

    Amphibious military capabilities are on the agenda as the U.S. Marine Corps and Navy host defense leaders from around the Pacific in Hawaii this week. The first-of-its kind meeting comes as territorial disputes over islands are growing more heated in the...
  • China and U.S. can both be Pacific powers, Xi tells Kerry

    BEIJING �� The U.S. and China must manage disputes in a way that doesn't affect their relationship, President Xi Jinping told visiting Secretary of State John Kerry, as the U.S. urges China to curb its territorial expansion in the South...
  • Neither China nor US giving ground over projects dispute

    China and the United States are budging not a bit over Beijing's assertive development in disputed parts of the South China Sea, with Chinese officials politely but pointedly dismissing Washington's push for U.S.-proposed ways to ease tensions. As U.S....
  • South China Sea a friction point as Kerry meets counterpart in Beijing

    South China Sea a friction point as Kerry meets counterpart in Beijing
    China on Saturday defended its land reclamation and construction activities on disputed islets in the South China Sea as “fully within the scope” of its national sovereignty while U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urged Beijing to “...
  • Chemical leak in northern China kills 8, injures 2

    Authorities say a chemical leak in northern China has killed eight people and injured two others. A statement from Yangcheng County in Shanxi province said the carbon disulfide leak occurred Saturday morning at a plant belonging to the Ruixing chemical...
  • Kerry to press Beijing to halt projects in South China Sea

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in China to press Beijing to halt increasingly assertive actions it is taking in the South China Sea that have alarmed the United States and China's smaller neighbors. Amid verbal sparring between U.S. and Chinese...
  • Bus falls off cliff in northern China, killing 35 people

    A bus fell from a cliff in north-central China on Friday, killing 35 people on board, authorities said. Twenty-five people were killed instantly in Shaanxi province and 10 died in a hospital, the propaganda office of Chunhua county said in a statement....
  • China indicts rights lawyer in defiance of U.S. plea for release

    HONG KONG China indicted human rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang on charges of provoking trouble, days after the U.S. called for an end to his yearlong detention. Pu, whose clients ranged from poor farmers to activist-artist Ai Weiwei, was accused of inciting...