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  1. China slams higher European steel tariffs as unjustifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Powhatan Today

    Beijing has criticized new European tariffs on Chinese steel as "unjustifiable" protectionism coming just weeks after commerce ministers from G-20 nations pledged to promote free trade. The European Union said Friday that it had set definitive anti-dumping duties on certain Chinese steel bars at rates higher than initially proposed, following a 2015 investigation prompted by complaints from European steelmaking association Eurofer.

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  2. India and Pakistan must recognise the role of trade in bringing them closerRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    Everybody knows in Pakistan, but will not say so, that Nawaz Sharif too thinks in the same way as Modi. For decades, a kind of cold war enveloped South Asia mainly because India and Pakistan didn't get along and the talk of war never really subsided.

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  3. Foreign AffairsRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Runner's World

    Lately, we've been doing a bit more justice to the second word in our name. What's it like to be a runner in other parts of the world? Maybe we're hopped up on globalization, or maybe we know we'll never travel to all the places on our life lists, so as a balm we ask locals to send us dispatches.

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  4. Brazil's Olympic party will be a brief respite from economic miseryRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Olympic Games aren't just about sports. They can also be coming-out parties for the host city and country.

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  5. Relentless debate on Chinese touristsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Nation

    Racism or bias against races was an interesting topic discussed in social media over the past week, after Thai media publicised stories on the problems posed by the decreasing number of Chinese tourists in Chiang Mai, which was very popular among them, and the economic impact. On Twitter, there are people who explicitly showed they did not like these "Tour Chin [Chinese Tourists]" and there were those who understood and wanted the tourists to come.

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  6. In pictures: Why is Nordic design so hot right now?Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Local

    Swedish design traditions have certainly always been strong, but right now it seems like the world cannot get enough of the simple but striking aesthetic that comes from the Nordic countries, sometimes called New Nordic. But what is it that makes the New Nordic style so popular, everywhere from Los Angeles to Beijing? Does it have to do with lifestyle approach and how people live, rather than colours and materials? Or is it a design tradition that is based on function and form that feels innovative at a time when disposable things feel outdated and out of time? We asked three insiders who know the industry well.

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  7. Hot or not: Paul Pogba's transfer is extraordinary considering his Euro 2016 peformanceRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Major summer tournaments can do wonders for a player's value in the market but Pogba seems to have inverted the pyramid. The incoming Manchester United player was ordinary at best in France 2016 and outshone comprehensive by a team-mate from Newcastle in the final.

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  8. Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City could suffer in Champions League because of poor China tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    Pep Guardiola believes that Manchester City's shambolic tour of China will leave them under-prepared for their crucial Champions League qualifier. City kick-off their Premier League campaign against Sunderland on August 13 - but they have a European date with destiny just days later which is causing Guardiola concern.

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  9. South China Sea: China says - will never accept settlement plans by third party'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Indian Express

    In this Friday, July 8, 2016 file photo released by Xinhua News Agency, a Chinese missile frigate launches an air-defense missile in the waters near south China's Hainan Island and Paracel Islands as the Chinese navy holds a week of military drills around the disputed islands ahead of a ruling by an international tribunal in a case filed by the Philippines challenging China's claim to most of the South China Sea. Continuing aggressive stand on maritime sovereignty in the South China Sea, China has said it will never accept any kind of dispute settlement by the third party and will never accept the settlement plans or ideas imposed upon Beijing.

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  10. China reaches out to Nepal's Prachanda, extends supportRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    Kathmandu, July 29 : China has reached out to Communist Party of Nepal Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal, assuring full cooperation and support to the new government if he is elected the new Prime Minister. Chinese Ambassador Wu Chuntai on Friday held a meeting with Dahal, commonly known as 'Prachanda', in what is seen as Beijing's desperate move to safeguard its interests in Nepal and in carrying out the deals reached between Beijing and Kathmandu in March.

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  11. Chinese Tourists Love Tibet. But Does Tibet Love Them Back?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Time

    The mountains and grasslands of the Tibetan Plateau are seen from the air in the Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Qinghai province on May 24, 2016 in Yushu, China. This week, Tungri Dukmokyi accompanied a group of Chinese as they breathed in the crystalline air of the Tibetan plateau.

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  12. WHO head claims Zika infection risk is low at Rio OlympicsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    Beijing, July 29 : World Health Organisation Director-General Margaret Chan said here on Friday that the risk of Zika virus infection at the Olympic Games, set to begin on August 5 in Brazil, is low and manageable if suitable personal measures are taken. At a press conference in the Chinese capital, which she is officially visiting since July 25, Chan stressed she was aware of people's concern over Zika and termed it a legitimate fear, reports Efe.

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  13. China warns after attacks on Olympic delegates in RioRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    " China has issued a safety warning to Chinese visiting Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics following a spate of thefts and armed robberies committed against its athletes, officials, members of the media and others. The Foreign Ministry said Friday that visitors should avoid dangerous areas of the city, leave their luxury watches at home and not carry backpacks or talk on mobile phones while walking in the street.

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  14. China's two-child policy fosters new growth pointsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    Beijing, July 29 : With the adoption of the two-child policy, China has seen a boom of its "second-child economy", heating up related industries, according to a media report on Friday. The report by Guangzhou Daily said health products saw a significant growth in sales, with more people turning to pharmaceuticals to improve their chances of conceiving, the People's Daily reported.

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  15. Apple's services gains lead better-than-expected quarterly resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | SiliconValley.com

    Apple, looking for ways to counter continued declines in sales of the iPhone, is now saying that the company's new growth engine rests on consumers continuing to buy apps, music and switch over to Apple Pay. Apple delivered its fiscal third quarter results Tuesday and the highlight was the ongoing rise of its so-called services business, which totaled $5.98 billion in revenue, a 19 percent increase from the same period a year ago.

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  16. Britain MP: I Was Misquoted in South China Sea Propaganda ClipRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Voice of America

    Chinese ship and helicopter are seen during a search and rescue exercise near Qilian Yu subgroup in the Paracel Islands, which is known in China as Xisha Islands, South China Sea, July 14, 2016. A British Labour Member of Parliament is upset about a 3-minute Chinese propaganda clip playing on a giant screen in New York City's Times Square that, she says, takes her quotes about the South China Sea out of context.

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  17. Xi's External Propaganda Machine on OverdriveRead the original story

    Yesterday | China Digital Times

    It says China sees itself in an ideological confrontation with the West, with many of its party leaders attributing the Soviet Union's fall to Western ideological subversion. "Instead of having to deal with an influx of ideas from other countries into China, the Party wants to fundamentally change the conversation at the global level so as to defend China's interests abroad and reinforce the ideological consensus at home," the report says.

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  18. Man City news: Pep Guardiola speaks out on John Stones, Samir ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Star

    City are trying to thrash out a 50m deal for Everton's England centre-half who almost joined Chelsea last summer. Guardiola was speaking in China where he racked up his first win as City boss - a penalty shootout victory over Borussia Dortmund.

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  19. ENTREVESTOR: Following entrepreneurship to ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Chronicle Herald

    Entrepreneur-in-training Emily Miller wants to be briefed by young Atlantic Canadians like herself so she can better represent the region as a G20 Young Entrepreneurs' Alliance delegate. "I look forward to strengthening relations with Chinese businesspeople," said Miller.

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  20. Upton vet flying to Rio for fifth Olympic Games with Australian equestrian teamRead the original story

    Wednesday | Worcester News

    AN UPTON vet is jetting out to Rio on July 29 for his fifth Olympic Games with the Australian equestrian team. Graham Potts is feeling nervous and excited ahead of his trip to Brazil as head vet of the Olympic team.

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