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World Jan 22Chinese city shuts down flights and trains to stop coronavirus from spreading
Chinese health authorities are urging people in the city of Wuhan to avoid crowds and public gatherings.
World Jan 20Human-to-human transmission of coronavirus confirmed in China
A respiratory expert said two people in Guangdong province in southern China caught the disease from family members.
World Dec 30Chinese scientist linked to gene-edited babies sentenced to prison
He disappeared from public view shortly after he announced his research at a conference in Hong Kong 13 months ago, apparently detained by authorities.
World Dec 14China welcomes preliminary deal in trade war it blames on US
Chinese experts and news media joined government officials in saying the deal would reduce uncertainty for companies, at least in the short term. They remained cautious, saying both sides will have to show a willingness to compromise to resolve the…
World Nov 29Hong Kong protesters seek support from the British
The rally came a day after U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law two bills to support democracy and human rights in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
World Nov 26Weeklong siege of Hong Kong campus comes to an end
A search of the Hong Kong Polytechnic campus Tuesday found just one woman, in weak condition, and a senior university official said it’s unlikely anyone else remains.
World Nov 25Pro-democracy opposition wins landslide victory in Hong Kong elections
The result of Sunday’s elections could force the central government in Beijing to rethink how to handle the unrest, which is now in its sixth month.
World Nov 24Pro-democracy candidates advance in key Hong Kong elections
So far, pro-democracy candidates have won 159 out of 452 seats in 18 district council races.
World Nov 18PHOTOS: Hong Kong police battle protesters in university siege
Hong Kong’s work week started with multiple protests that disrupted traffic, and schools remained closed because of safety concerns.
World Nov 17Hong Kong police storm university held by protesters
Police breached a Hong Kong university campus held by protesters early Monday after an all-night siege that included firing repeated barrages of tear gas and water cannons.