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  • New labor activists emerge from China's migrant workers

    A new crop of labor leaders is emerging in China as migrant factory workers increasingly demand their rights and a fair share of the country's now-slowing economic boom. Disillusioned with China's officially sanctioned labor union, workers are electing...
  • Medvedev: Vietnam close to deal with Russian-led trade area

    Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Monday that Vietnam is close to agreeing a free trade deal with the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union. He predicted that Russia's annual trade with Vietnam could increase by fourfold to $10 billion over...
  • Family of 7 in China drowns in deadly attempt to rescue girl

    Seven members of a family on a holiday outing in southern China drowned when a 17-year-old girl fell into a reservoir and several relatives dove in after her in a deadly attempt to rescue her, officials said Monday. The Guangdong province city of Shantou...
  • 21 die in southwest China after bus plunges into riverbed

    BEIJING Twenty-one people died when a bus plummeted into a dry riverbed in southwest China, state media reported Sunday. Three people were also injured when the bus veered off a mountain road in Guizhou province Saturday night, the Xinhua news agency...
  • Road accidents kill 33 people in 2 Chinese provinces

    Two road accidents killed 33 people and injured eight others in two Chinese provinces over the weekend, state media and officials said. A bus plunged into a ravine in Nayong county in the southwestern province of Guizhou, killing 21 people and injuring...
  • American released from Chinese prison after 7 years

    BEIJING A Chinese-born American geologist has been released after seven years in a Chinese prison and returned home to Houston, a human rights group said on Saturday. Xue Feng was released after serving all but 10 months of an eight-year sentence for...
  • US geologist freed after serving 8 years in China prison

    A Chinese-born American geologist was released from prison in China after serving more than eight years on charges of procuring state secrets, a human rights group said Saturday. Xue Feng returned to his family in Houston, Texas, on Friday after being...
  • Philippines making waves over China's moves in disputed waters

    Philippines making waves over China's moves in disputed waters
    China's moves to explore for oil and undertake land reclamation projects on contested islets in the South China Sea have upset a number of its neighbors, including Vietnam. But none has taken a tougher stance against Beijing's moves than the Philippines....
  • China sends new anti-piracy mission to Gulf of Aden

    China dispatched a naval squadron to conduct anti-piracy patrols off the coast of Somalia on Friday after diverting other ships to help evacuate citizens from war-torn Yemen. The official Xinhua News Agency said the three ships with their 800 sailors and...
  • Zhou Yongkang indictment latest in China's political purges

    The indictment of China's former security boss Zhou Yongkang marks the latest chapter in the Communist Party's history of purging itself of leaders who've fallen out of favor politically or whose alleged crimes appear too serious to go unnoticed. Zhou is...
  • Hong Kong film festival offers view of a changing China

    Hong Kong film festival offers view of a changing China
    "Coca-Cola has no place here," declares the 19-year-old protagonist of "A Young Patriot," one of the films showcased at this year's Hong Kong International Film Festival. "Coca-Cola is very foreign." In this timely documentary Chinese filmmaker Du...