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The fugitive Lai Changxing will be deported back to his home country after a Canadian court dismissed his application for an extended stay of deportation in Canada.

Du Houzhi, general manager of the operator of Harbin-Dalian passenger railway line, was suspected of being involved in wrongdoings during the construction and the bid of the line

Japan’s Trade and Energy Minister Banri Kaieda will visit China on 16 July, and hold talks on rare earth issues with his Chinese counterpart, according to Japanese media reports.

Chinese president Hu Jintao stressed the importance to maintain stability in the country in a keynote speech delivered to the gathering of CPC members at the 90th founding anniversary.

Chinese Premier Wen said his country is committed to deepening reforms of the political system when delivering a speech to the Roral Society.

A combination of inflation and corruption could be enough to hurt the stability of a state,Wen said.

Demonstrations in Hanoi, capital of Vietnam, have ratcheted up over a maritime row with Beijing.

Mexican central bank governor Agustin Carstens started a visit to Beijing Thursday to tout support for his bid to head the IMF.

China may start collecting up a new kind of fees from foreign workers and their employees as it extends its social-security program to include the foreign nationals who work in the country.

A series of explosions rocked a government compound in southern China, killing three, including the suspect, and leaving other ten people injured.

Seven cultural exhibitions that belong to a Hong Kong museum was stolen Monday when displaying at the Palace Museum.

Chinese President Hu Jintao vowed today to boost domestic demand vigorously and take proactive opening strategies.

Death toll rose to 12 in a rush-hour explosion which tore through a metro station in the Belarus capital Minsk late on Monday.

The Information Office of China's State Council on Thursday issued a white paper titled "China's National Defense in 2010".

China Telecom Corp. Ltd today denied a report that its vice president Sun Kangmin was taken away by police for legal investigation in a statement on its website.

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