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The Liaoning docked at Dalian Port in December 2013

China's Liaoning aircraft carrier completes sea trials

Trial run was notable for near-collision with an American ship

Chinese donkey meat recalled at Wal-Mart after it is found to contain fox

The US retailer – which has more than 400 stores across China – said it was ‘deeply sorry for this whole affair’

Ice-bound passengers rescued from Antarctic: Helicopter picks up all 52 passengers aboard Akademik Shokalskiy

The helicopter from nearby Chinese icebreaker has now reportedly shuttled all 52 scientists and tourists to safety

In China, you don't have to look far to find illegal ivory

The country accounts for 70 per cent of global ivory demand, but awareness is growing

Scientists found that including data from the Arctic eliminated any 'pause' in global average temperatures

What climate action can we expect in 2014?

Top-down talks have failed, now local forces are gathering strength

The Philippine capital Manila on New Year's Day. At least six people have died in two separate bomb attacks in other parts of the country.

Six people die in bomb attacks in the Philippines

15 people were also wounded in the two separate explosions

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Conservative halve Labour’s poll lead

Chinese doctor admits to stealing seven babies in new child trafficking case

Six of the stolen babies were rescued, but one girl sold for £100 died

Happy New Year from New Zealand: How the world is seeing in 2014

As the UK counts down to midnight, countries around the world have been ringing in the New Year with a series of dazzling firework displays.

New Yorkers live longer today than when Michael Bloomberg took office 12 years ago, but the city's homelessness problem has grown under his watch

House of Flying Daggers director Zhang Yimou faces fine for having 'too many children'

Acclaimed director admits to having three children breaching China's one-child policy

Chinese officials banned from smoking in public as Beijing moves to curb dirty habits

China is the world's largest manufacturer and consumer of tobacco

A crowd of mainly Uighur shop at a bazaar in China's Xinjiang region

Chinese police shoot eight 'terrorists' dead in ethnically tense western region

The deaths are the latest in a string of violent outbursts where local Uighur Muslim people want greater autonomy from Beijing.

Ice-bound: Akademik Shokalskiy and passengers

Icebreakers fail to free Russian research ship stuck in the Antarctic

The penguins watching the increasingly bizarre multinational events unfolding in the Antarctic look rightly bemused.

Chinese parents could soon have a second child

China's one-child policy to change in the new year

The Chinese government yesterday formalised its decision to amend authoritarian laws banning families from having more than one child, potentially creating an unprecedented baby boom in the world's most populated country.

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