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  • Hong Kong starts to clear main pro-democracy protest site

    Hong Kong starts to clear main pro-democracy protest site
    Hong Kong authorities started on Thursday clearing the main pro-democracy protest site that has choked roads into the city's most economically and politically important district for more than two months as part of a campaign to demand free elections. The...
  • U.S. confirms import duties on Chinese chlorination chemicals

    The United States confirmed steep import duties on Chinese chemicals used in sanitizing water on Tuesday after a complaint the products were unfairly subsidized and sold too cheaply in U.S. markets. In its final decision, the Department of Commerce...
  • China energy officials urged to educate families to avoid graft

    Chinese energy officials must educate their children and spouses to shun corruption, China's energy administration said on Thursday, taking aim at the practice of corrupt officials stashing ill-gotten gains with relatives. A crackdown on state-owned...
  • UK lawmakers say want China envoy summoned over Hong Kong ban

    A group of senior British lawmakers said on Wednesday that China's refusal to allow them to visit Hong Kong was an insult and called on the government to formally summon China's ambassador over the issue. Last month, China said members of parliament's...
  • China police search for missing Vietnamese brides: paper

    Police in northern China are investigating the disappearance of more than 100 Vietnamese women who had been sold as wives to Chinese men via a broker who is also missing, the China Daily reported on Thursday. The women vanished from Handan county in...
  • China says U.S. can't slam others on rights when it has racism problems at home

    China's foreign ministry said on Thursday that the United States has no right to confront other countries on their human rights records when it faces problems with racism and mistreatment of prisoners at home. Both U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and...
  • China's 2015 monetary policy won't be too tight or loose: Xinhua

    China's monetary policy will not be too tight or too loose next year as authorities try to sustain a reasonable pace of growth in the economy, which faces considerable headwinds, state media cited the government as saying on Thursday. The economy faces...
  • 'Leviathan' Wins Top Prize At Asia Pacific Screen Awards

    BRISBANE, Australia - Russian film "Leviathan," directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev, added to its prize haul by claiming the best film prize at a lightning-interrupted Asia Pacific Screen Awards ceremony on Thursday. The APSA best director prize went to...
  • Citing CIA torture report, China accuses US of human rights hypocrisy

    BEIJING China's Communist Party, a regime with a long-documented history of using torture, seized upon the U.S. Senate report Wednesday to accuse the United States of hypocrisy for presenting itself as a bastion of human rights. A correspondent for China...
  • Q&A: Shaun Rein, China expert, on why the nation has traded copying for innovation

    For years, American firms far and wide have bemoaned Chinese copycats. But these days, the water-cooler chatter in Silicon Valley has turned to the meteoric rise of Alibaba, which in September sparked the world's largest IPO. With millions of users and...
  • Stocks recover from sharp slide, pare losses

    The U.S. stock market ended slightly lower Tuesday, avoiding the sharp declines in Europe and Asia thanks to a rally in beaten-down energy companies. After an early sell-off, the Dow Jones industrial average steadied and ended with a moderate loss of 0....