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Authorities say the victim had only travelled to Beijing and had not visited any farms or poultry markets
Rodman delivered the gift of song alongside the leader's other treat: watching North Korea predictably beat a retired team of NBA players during a ‘friendly’
One of China's richest men has insisted he is serious about buying the New York Times so that he can work on "rebuilding its credibility and influence".
Neighbouring countries unhappy over public 'celebration' of Japan's attacks
The deaths are the latest in a string of violent outbursts where local Uighur Muslim people want greater autonomy from Beijing.
London's West End has seen a 14 per cent jump in costs this year to $259
Sources claim 'large numbers' of officials are being called back to North Korea
A group of Chinese rights lawyers advocating for a detained Christian pastor and his aides in central China said they were assaulted Friday by a crowd of unidentified people who also harassed a British television crew.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has hit out at the virtual currency describing it as a "bubble" in a television interview.
Plan is for UK boars to improve Chinese pigs' genetic make-up
David Cameron realises that this remains a tricky trip for him
The Prime Minister has asserted that the London mayor was speaking for himself when he commented that some people are not clever enough to be a success
US air carriers are being advised to comply with notification requirements
Volunteer coaches provide time worth £7.9bn a year, based on the minimum wage
David Cameron is preparing to water down Britain’s “ethical” foreign policy towards China as a necessary price to pay for increasing trade with the world’s second-largest economy.
Early warning aircraft been sent into air defence zone after US, South Korea and Japan challenged Beijing by sending jets through the airspace