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  1. N. Korea praises rocket; others view as covert missile testRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    In this image released by Japan's Kyodo News agency, an unidentified object is photographed in the sky from Dandong, China, near the North Korean border, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, at the same time a North Korea rocket wa... . In this image released by Japan's Kyodo News agency, an unidentified object is photographed in the sky from Dandong, China, near the North Korean border, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, at the same time a North Korea rocket wa... .

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  2. Seoul to begin negotiation on US missile defence deploymentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | India.com

    ... on the THAAD deployment in Korea to enhance a joint missile defence posture, Xinhua quoted Yoo as saying. (ALSO READ: China regrets North Korea's satellite launch) The decision was made after US Forces in Korea (USFK)commander Curtis Scaparrotti ...

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  3. N Korea launches rocket, angers international communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Channelnewsasia.com

    ... Yonhap. The rocket was expected to separate into five parts and the debris would fall into the Yellow Sea, East China Sea and Pacific Ocean, according to Japan. Earlier, the news agency said the launch was seen as a failure in Seoul, adding that the ...

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  4. Theme parks offer discounts to visitors born in monkey yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Echo

    THERE will be plenty of monkey business going on when celebrations to mark Chinese New Year get under way tomorrow. "It is with great pleasure that I extend my warm good wishes to everyone celebrating the Chinese New Year in the People's Republic of China and around the world", Sirisena said.

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  5. New breed investors embrace China's white-knuckle rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Reuters

    A student looks at stock indexes on his desktop during summer holiday at home in Shanghai, China, in this August 27, 2015 file picture. A college student watches an electronic stock board at a stock exchange in Xiamen, in southeast China's Fujian province, in this September 10, 2007 file picture.

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  6. Atletico Mineiro close in on striker Robinho dealRead the original story

    Sunday | Nerve News

    ... reported on Saturday, according to Xinhua. The 32-year-old is a free agent after ending a six-month spell with China's Guangzhou Evergrande in December. Robinho began his career at Santos and has since returned for two more spells, the most recent ...

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  7. Paraguay defender Balbuena to undergo Corinthians medicalRead the original story

    Sunday | Nerve News

    ... Balbuena has been identified as a replacement for central defender Gil, who left the Sao Paulo club to join China's Shandong Luneng on January 18. The 24-year-old made his international debut in Paraguay's 1-0 friendly loss to Mexico in Kansas City ...

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  8. China regrets North Korea's satellite launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | India.com

    Beijing, Feb 7: China has expressed regrets on the launch by North Korea of an earth observation satellite on Sunday morning, calling for calm on the Korean Peninsula. China regretted that North Korea insisted on the launch using the ballistic missile technology despite universal opposition of the international community, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said.

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  9. Stop ignoring North KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Japan Times

    ... whether it likes it or not." In fact, the latest test came amid evidence of warming ties with the People's Republic of China and reports of a possible invitation to Kim Jong Un to visit Beijing. Evidently Pyongyang cares no more about its ally's ...

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  10. N.Korea Rocket Launch Deemed Successful and DeplorableRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Chosun Ilbo

    North Korea launched a long-range rocket Sunday, carrying what it said is a satellite in defiance of UN sanctions barring it from using ballistic missile technology. The rocket was launched Sunday morning from North Korea's Tongchang-ri satellite launching facility near the northwestern border with China.

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  11. New Year's fireworks a little quieter in Chinese capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    " Much of China's population can expect sub-standard sleep after the country starts ringing in the Year of the Monkey. The rat-a-tat snaps of firecrackers, whistling rockets and mortar-like fireworks with possibly enough gunpowder to down a small aircraft will make sure of that.

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  12. Businessman sells fresh British air to the Chinese for A 80 a bottleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Nothing To Do With Arbroath

    ... example, and collect all the products there which are all packaged and bottled up, sent to Dorset and then directly to China. Our customers all have high disposal incomes and want to buy gifts for someone or someone wants to use it. There is a ...

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  13. Club Med's resort at Guilin, China, has been a huge hitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    ... and close encounters with bears Club Red! It's an odd mix, but exporting a French holiday institution to southern China has been a huge hit Absolutely Fabulous! Croissants, culture and Christian Lacroix are served up at show-stopping boutique hotel ...

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  14. China's forex reserves drop by $99.5 billionRead the original story

    Sunday | Newkerala.com

    Beijing, Feb 7 : China's foreign exchange reserves dropped by $99.5 billion from December to $3.23 trillion at the end of January, the central bank said on Sunday. The decrease was milder than a month-on-month decline of $108 billion registered in December, which was the sharpest monthly fall on record, Xinhua cited data from the People's Bank of China as saying.

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  15. MusicDish*China And AAW Partner On Canadian Guitarist Lyric Dubee China TourRead the original story

    Sunday | Mi2n

    MusicDish*China , committed to developing and touring foreign music acts in China, has partnered with Beijing-based Asian Art Works to book Canadian rock guitarist Lyric Dubee and his band on their debut China tour. Lyric was recently nominated "Best Young Songwriter" at the Toronto Independent Music Awards and his single "Linger" has entered the Top 200 National Airplay Chart as well as debuting #21 on the National Independent Chart and #7 on the National Rock Chart.

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  16. The Jessica Stuart Few China TourRead the original story

    Sunday | Mi2n

    MusicDish*China, committed to developing and touring foreign music acts in China, has announced that Canadian indie folk-jazz trio The Jessica Stuart Few will embark on their first tour of China this November. The tour will bring their unique stage show featuring the Japanese koto to Beijing, Tianjin, Shijiazhuang and Taiyuan in Northern China.

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  17. Chinese market electrifying for 'green' carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Bangkok Post

    Government subsidies are fuelling a boom in electric vehicles in China, driving hopes for the industry's global future as the world's biggest car market offers economies of scale that could make the technology mainstream. Smog-choked cities are fuelling a boom in electric vehicles in China, driving hopes for the industry's global future, with the world's biggest car market offering economies of scale that could make the technology mainstream Sales of electric cars, though still modest, have rocketed four-fold in a year -- thanks in part to lavish government handouts -- as Beijing looks to cut down on dangerous air pollution that shrouds urban areas.

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  18. After death sentence, family and friends of Scotland's murdered Buddhist lama plead for clemencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sunday Herald

    FAMILY and friends of the murdered Tibetan monk who founded a world famous Scottish Buddhist monastery have appealed for clemency after the two men responsible for his killing were sentenced to death in China. Court documents show that Choje Akong Tulku Rinpoche, who lived in Scotland and founded the Kagyu Samye Ling monastery in Eskdalemuir, Dumfries and Galloway, was stabbed over 40 times, as he, his nephew Loga and his assistant Chime Wangya, were attacked in the Chinese city of Chengdu over what police said at the time was a financial dispute.

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  19. China faces diplomatic crisis over missing Hong Kong booksellersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Japan Times

    For years Gui Minhai, a China-born publisher of tabloid books on China's leaders, had believed he could live and work overseas on a Swedish passport without fear of persecution by Chinese authorities, which ban such works on the mainland. However, his disappearance from Thailand last October and his tearful appearance last month on Chinese state television have undermined confidence among some diplomats in the protections afforded to hundreds of thousands of holders of foreign passports in Hong Kong and China.

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  20. Some unpaid Chinese workers skip Lunar New Year holidays to protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Japan Times

    This year, laborer Fan Fu and 20 or so colleagues working on the Zixia Garden apartment complex in Hebei province have not joined China's legion of migrant workers returning home to celebrate the Lunar New Year with their families. Instead, they have camped in the offices of the property developer's subcontractor, demanding almost a year's unpaid wages, too angry and too proud to go back to their native towns and villages empty-handed.

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