China

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More evidence in the abortion-breast cancer debate

By Daniel James Devine
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Health | New research from China reports stronger links between induced abortions and breast cancer

China’s might growing in space and at sea

By Rob Holmes
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Military | A Congressional panel warned that China is speeding toward naval dominance of the western Pacific region and may possess the biggest fleet of modern nuclear…

The other side of failure

By Sophia Lee
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North Korea | Caretakers find solace and take stock after nine North Korean orphans are deported from Laos

Globe Trot: Violence in Iraq linked to civil war in Syria

By Mindy Belz
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International | IRAQ: Bombings in Baghdad today have killed at least 37, and gunmen killed the top security guard for President Jalal Talabani on Tuesday night in Sulaymania,

Christian couple accused of murder released from Qatari jail

By Angela Lu
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Crime | An American Christian couple charged by the Qatari government for murdering their 8-year-old adopted daughter were released from custody Wednesday even as…

Midday Roundup: Protesting profiling at New York department stores

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Profiling? Protestors are planning to picket this afternoon outside the Barneys department store in Manhattan to draw attention to recent complaints the…

Midday Roundup: Even Obamacare’s ‘successful’ elements have glitches

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Another glitch. The Obama administration has more explaining to do after a data center supporting the Obamacare insurance exchanges crashed over the weekend,

Globe Trot: Smog smothers Chinese province

By Mindy Belz
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International | CHINA: Continued heavy smog has forced officials to close all expressways in China’s northeastern Heilongjiang province, along with schools and a major…

Signs and Wonders: No picking your nose or urinating in public

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Good advice. With more Chinese traveling abroad, the Chinese government apparently thinks it’s necessary to tell people how to behave. Some of the advice is…

China squeezed between Korean priorities

By Angela Lu
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Persecution | Human rights groups hope China’s desire to build ties with South Korea could ease pressure on North Korean refugees

Blind Chinese activist gets a new beginning

By Jamie Dean & J.C. Derrick
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China | Chen Guangcheng starts a new chapter in the United States with fellowships at three ideologically different organizations

Education comes home in China

By Elise Grafe
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Education | Chinese parents concerned with structure in government schools are starting a new but fast-growing trend in Chinese education. About 2,000 Chinese parents now…

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