Friday, 28 July 2017
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'I'd NUKE China' US Commander reveals he would blow up Beijing if Trump gives the go-ahead

Added: 28.07.2017 9:49 | 7 views | 0 comments

A US admiral has said he would launch a nuclear strike on China if Donald Trump issued the order.

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UK wants to send 'colossal' warships to test Beijing's claims in S. China Sea

Added: 28.07.2017 6:16 | 9 views | 0 comments

Hong Kong (CNN)The UK has waded into a tense territorial dispute in the South China Sea, potentially infuriating Beijing. Speaking in Australia Thursday, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said "one of the first things we will do with the two new colossal aircraft carriers that we have just built is send them on a freedom of navigation operation to this area." Johnson did not specify exactly where the carriers would be sent, but added the operation was designed to "vindicate our belief in the rules-based international system and in the freedom of navigation through those waterways which are absolutely vital for world trade." In an interview with the Reuters news agency, UK Defense...

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Baidu Profit Rises in Rebound From Beijing Crackdown

Added: 28.07.2017 2:43 | 5 views | 0 comments

China’s internet-search leader Baidu Inc. posted its first profit increase in three quarters as it earned more money per advertiser while working to extend its reach beyond its core business.

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Britain plans to send warship to S. China Sea

Added: 27.07.2017 22:00 | 10 views | 0 comments

July 28, 2017 5:00 AM
SYDNEY • Britain plans to send a warship to the disputed South China Sea next year to conduct freedom of navigation exercises, said Defence Secretary Michael Fallon yesterday, in a move that is likely to anger Beijing.

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Britain Sending 2 Aircraft Carriers To So China Sea To Challenge Sovereignty Claim

Added: 27.07.2017 18:47 | 16 views | 0 comments

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson confirmed his country will challenge Beijing’s territorial claims in the South China Sea by sailing two new aircraft carriers through the disputed waterways on a freedom-of-navigation operation, an Australian Broadcasting Company (ABC) report said Thursday. Johnson confirmed the operation after a high-level meeting in Sydney with his Australian counterpart Julie Bishop and defense ministers from both countries, the report said. "One of the first things we will do with the two new colossal aircraft carriers that we have just built is send them on a freedom-of-navigation operation to this area to vindicate our belief in the rules-based international...

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Chinese cops detain 67 in Beijing protest

Added: 27.07.2017 2:40 | 19 views | 0 comments

Police in the Chinese capital have detained 67 people for disturbing social order after demonstrators gathered to stage a rare protest in Beijing, complaining that the government was unfairly targeting a charity.

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China’s Linking Star Picture to Develop Superhero Projects From Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment

Added: 26.07.2017 9:03 | 12 views | 0 comments

Newly established Chinese company Linking Star Picture is to develop five superhero figures and associated projects from Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment as well as Chinese superhero movies, with Bob Sabouni, the the former vice president of Marvel, acting as art consultant for Linking Star. The new Beijing-based company, unveiled Monday in the Chinese capital, is...

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Newcastle score nine against Beijing team in Super Cup NI

Added: 25.07.2017 20:50 | 9 views | 0 comments

Newcastle United thrash Beijing Morning Star 9-0 on the second day of the Super Cup NI youth tournament.

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Blue chip stocks even after strong rally as Beijing promises to prevent investment risks

Added: 25.07.2017 18:40 | 12 views | 0 comments

CHINA stocks eased today as blue chips paused for breath after their recent strong rally, and as a fresh pledge by Beijing to prevent “systemic” financial risks reignited fears of tighter regulations.

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Chinese police warn they will not tolerate illegal protests in capital

Added: 25.07.2017 15:40 | 20 views | 0 comments

POLICE in the Chinese capital have warned against illegal gatherings after they shut down part of a major road when demonstrators gathered to stage a rare protest in Beijing, complaining the government was unfairly targeting a charity.

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