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ABC News
This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globecity of Samawah, situated deep in Iraq's Shiite heartland on May 1, 2016. Haid
This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globe
ABC News / Posted 5 hours ago
city of Samawah, situated deep in Iraq's Shiite heartland on May 1, 2016. Haidar Hamdani/AFP/Getty Images Plainclothed police officers arrest a man during clashes between anti-riot police and protesters during the traditional May Day... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
2nd Chinese city in a week halts trash incinerator plansleaving garbage disposal an unsolved problem. Last Friday, the Haiyan county g
2nd Chinese city in a week halts trash incinerator plans
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
leaving garbage disposal an unsolved problem. Last Friday, the Haiyan county government in the eastern province of Zhejiang halted plans for a trash incinerator after rowdy streets protests. In Nanxian, hundreds took to the street on... Read more
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Island Packet
2nd Chinese city in a week halts trash incinerator plansfears they would cause air, water and soil pollution. Last Friday, the Haiyan
2nd Chinese city in a week halts trash incinerator plans
Island Packet / Posted 4 days ago
fears they would cause air, water and soil pollution. Last Friday, the Haiyan county government in the eastern province of Zhejiang halted plans for a trash incinerator after rowdy streets protests. In Nanxian, hundreds took to the street on... Read more
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ABC News
2nd Chinese City in a Week Halts Trash Incinerator Plansfears they would cause air, water and soil pollution. Last Friday, the Haiyan
2nd Chinese City in a Week Halts Trash Incinerator Plans
ABC News / Posted 4 days ago
fears they would cause air, water and soil pollution. Last Friday, the Haiyan county government in the eastern province of Zhejiang halted plans for a trash incinerator after rowdy streets protests. In Nanxian, hundreds took to the street on... Read more
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Daily Mail
China's President Xi Jinping warns of foreign religious infiltrationbetween the indigenous Muslim Uighur community and Han Chinese settlers. Last
China's President Xi Jinping warns of foreign religious infiltration
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
between the indigenous Muslim Uighur community and Han Chinese settlers. Last year there were violent clashes between police and Muslim Uighurs after the state banned civil servants, students and teachers from fasting during Ramadan and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dramatic moment six foot sinkhole opens up in busy road in ChinaPolice officer diverts traffic around a crack in busy road in China seconds bef
Dramatic moment six foot sinkhole opens up in busy road in China
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Police officer diverts traffic around a crack in busy road in China seconds before a six foot sinkhole opens up CCTV showed a traffic officer pointing out a large crack in middle of road He then sectioned area off with cones before directing cars... Read more
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Perth Now
China rubbish incinerator project scrappedincinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four pe
China rubbish incinerator project scrapped
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four people. The Haiyan county government in Zhejiang province said in a statement on Friday that hundreds of residents began to gather illegally on Wednesday and blocked... Read more
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Herald Sun
China rubbish incinerator project scrappedincinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four pe
China rubbish incinerator project scrapped
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four people. The Haiyan county government in Zhejiang province said in a statement on Friday that hundreds of residents began to gather illegally on Wednesday and blocked... Read more
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Weekly Times
China rubbish incinerator project scrappedincinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four pe
China rubbish incinerator project scrapped
Weekly Times / Posted 9 days ago
incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four people. The Haiyan county government in Zhejiang province said in a statement on Friday that hundreds of residents began to gather illegally on Wednesday and blocked... Read more
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The Courier Mail
China rubbish incinerator project scrappedincinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four pe
China rubbish incinerator project scrapped
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four people. The Haiyan county government in Zhejiang province said in a statement on Friday that hundreds of residents began to gather illegally on Wednesday and blocked... Read more
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News.com.au
China rubbish incinerator project scrappedincinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four pe
China rubbish incinerator project scrapped
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of four people. The Haiyan county government in Zhejiang province said in a statement on Friday that hundreds of residents began to gather illegally on Wednesday and blocked... Read more
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Brandon Sun
China trash incinerator project called off after protesta trash incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of
China trash incinerator project called off after protest
Brandon Sun / Posted 10 days ago
a trash incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of two women. The Haiyan county government in Zhejiang province said in a statement Friday that hundreds of residents began to gather illegally Wednesday and blocked... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
China trash incinerator project called off after protesta trash incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of
China trash incinerator project called off after protest
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 10 days ago
a trash incinerator after rowdy street protests by residents and the arrests of two women. The Haiyan county government in Zhejiang province said in a statement Friday that hundreds of residents began to gather illegally Wednesday and blocked... Read more
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The Washington Times
Risky business: China continues military buildup near North Korean border as tanks, armor deployCentral Military Commission (CMC), made the comments during a visit to PLA troo
Risky business: China continues military buildup near North Korean border as tanks, armor deploy
The Washington Times / Posted 11 days ago
Central Military Commission (CMC), made the comments during a visit to PLA troops in eastern China’s Jiangsu, Fujian, and Zhejiang provinces, the state-run news outlet China.org.cn reported. “Military officers and soldiers must be absolutely... Read more
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Daily Mail
two claims she's beaten by her millionaire partner13, which claimed she had been kicked out of the home belonging to her and her
two claims she's beaten by her millionaire partner
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
13, which claimed she had been kicked out of the home belonging to her and her 'billionaire' partner. In an interview with Zhejiang Online, which was later picked up by People's Daily Online, the woman said her surname is Li and she is originally... Read more
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Christian Today
Christian woman bulldozed and killed during church demolition protestand take concrete measures to protect the religious freedom of this house churc
Christian woman bulldozed and killed during church demolition protest
Christian Today / Posted 13 days ago
and take concrete measures to protect the religious freedom of this house church's members." According to China Aid, police said they are investigating the incident and two members of the demolition team have been detained. The Communist... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Underground, overgroundChina’s tens of millions of Christians, most of whom are Protestants, have been
Underground, overground
Namibia Economist / Posted 20 days ago
China’s tens of millions of Christians, most of whom are Protestants, have been watching events in the coastal province of Zhejiang with anxiety. The authorities there have been waging a relentless campaign to remove the large crosses that adorn... Read more
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Mashable
Chinese man lies naked under car to demand compensation from driverman from Henan, China, stopped traffic when he was spotted lying under a car on
Chinese man lies naked under car to demand compensation from driver
Mashable / Posted 20 days ago
man from Henan, China, stopped traffic when he was spotted lying under a car on the streets of Wenling County in the Zhejiang province. Interestingly enough, witnesses also reported seeing the man getting off a bicycle and removing his... Read more
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Reuters
China asking for terror suspects list ahead of G20 summitWorkers paint a wall of a government building in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, C
China asking for terror suspects list ahead of G20 summit
Reuters / Posted 25 days ago
Workers paint a wall of a government building in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, in this March 26, 2016 file picture. BEIJING China is asking countries participating in this year's G20 summit in the Chinese city of Hangzhou to provide lists of... Read more
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Christian Today
Detained Chinese pastor released but placed under surveillanceOne of the church cross demolitions in Zhejiang, against which Gu Yuese protest
Detained Chinese pastor released but placed under surveillance
Christian Today / Posted 27 days ago
One of the church cross demolitions in Zhejiang, against which Gu Yuese protested. A Chinese pastor who was detained after he opposed the removal of crosses from churches in Zhejiang province has been released. Pastor Gu Yuese has now been placed... Read more
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Daily Mail
Laser technology grows plants 'twice as quickly'can be stored and to identify any poisonous or harmful elements within it, alth
Laser technology grows plants 'twice as quickly'
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
can be stored and to identify any poisonous or harmful elements within it, although it is not clear how. A study by Zhejiang Normal University in China and Umeå University in Sweden published last month, detailed a new methods to measure... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cholesterol drugs taken by millions could ease respiratory diseasesin COPD patients, and we found a beneficial, significant association,’ says Dr
Cholesterol drugs taken by millions could ease respiratory diseases
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
in COPD patients, and we found a beneficial, significant association,’ says Dr Chao Cao, a respiratory specialist from Zhejiang University School of Medicine, China, which led the COPD study. A separate study by Glasgow University found a link... Read more
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TribLIVE
China emerging as hub for global money laundering, AP investigation showsthe payment to Sinclair. But he hadn't made any such request. Frantic, Mattel
China emerging as hub for global money laundering, AP investigation shows
TribLIVE / Posted 30 days ago
the payment to Sinclair. But he hadn't made any such request. Frantic, Mattel executives called their U.S. bank, the police and the FBI. The response? You're out of luck. The money's already in China. Mattel's millions were swept up in a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Chinese villagers loot relics from historic Grand Canalancient coins and ceramic relics RELATED ARTICLES Laptops, mansions and helic
Chinese villagers loot relics from historic Grand Canal
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
ancient coins and ceramic relics RELATED ARTICLES Laptops, mansions and helicopters: The weirdest paper...Horror as police discover decomposed body encased in cement...Shocking moment an off-duty police officer brutally beats a...Is this the... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Chairman of everythingbeen planted by a lone dissident who managed to hack into an official portal, b
Chairman of everything
Namibia Economist / Posted a month ago
been planted by a lone dissident who managed to hack into an official portal, but it raised many eyebrows in China. The police have reportedly detained around 20 people in connection with the case, including several employees of the website.... Read more
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Herald Sun
Mattel fought elusive cyber-thievesthe payment to Sinclair. But he hadn't made any such request. Frantic, Mattel
Mattel fought elusive cyber-thieves
Herald Sun / Posted 1 months ago
the payment to Sinclair. But he hadn't made any such request. Frantic, Mattel executives called their US bank, the police and the FBI. The response? You're out of luck. The money's already in China. Mattel's millions were swept up in a... Read more
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Weekly Times
Mattel fought elusive cyber-thievesthe payment to Sinclair. But he hadn't made any such request. Frantic, Mattel
Mattel fought elusive cyber-thieves
Weekly Times / Posted 1 months ago
the payment to Sinclair. But he hadn't made any such request. Frantic, Mattel executives called their US bank, the police and the FBI. The response? You're out of luck. The money's already in China. Mattel's millions were swept up in a... Read more
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The Christian Post
Hundreds of Chinese Police Demolish Church Crosses, Leave Christian Protesters Beaten and Bloodiedof hundreds of Chinese officers sent by the Communist Party demolished over a d
Hundreds of Chinese Police Demolish Church Crosses, Leave Christian Protesters Beaten and Bloodied
The Christian Post / Posted 1 months ago
of hundreds of Chinese officers sent by the Communist Party demolished over a dozen church crosses in China's coastal Zhejiang province this past week, leading to confrontations with protesters, some of whom were beaten and bloodied. China... Read more
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CTV News
Mattel fought cyber-thieves to retrieve stolen $3M from Chinathe payment to Sinclair. But he hadn't made any such request. Frantic, Mattel
Mattel fought cyber-thieves to retrieve stolen $3M from China
CTV News / Posted 1 months ago
the payment to Sinclair. But he hadn't made any such request. Frantic, Mattel executives called their U.S. bank, the police and the FBI. The response? You're out of luck. The money's already in China. Mattel's millions were swept up in a... Read more
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