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Myanmar bombed Chinese village

A Myanmar government MiG-29 fighter plane on March 8 flew over a Chinese village in the border province of Yunnan and dropped a bomb on a house believed to be a safe haven for the Kokang rebels. No major casualty was announced by either the Chinese or the Burmese side.

In this Friday, Feb.20, 2015 photo, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a traditional attire of the northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, waves during an event marking the 28th anniversary of its statehood in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, India. China summoned India's ambassador over  Modi's visit to a disputed border region in the Himalayas, a long-festering irritant in relations between the Asian giants.(AP Photo/Press Trust of India)INDIA OUT

Indian PM riles China

China has unleashed its anger on the man President Xi Jinping has been trying his best to cultivate in recent months, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after the Indian leader on Feb. 20 visited the Indian state called Arunachal Pradesh — the place Beijing calls "South Tibet" and insists is its "sacred and indivisible territory."

Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev riled Mao Zedong in the late 1950s with a proposal to build Soviet long-wave submarine communications stations inside China. (AP Photo)

Zhou Yongkang cronies executed for 'gangster crimes'

A Chinese mining tycoon, his brother and three associates were executed Feb. 9 in China for "gangster crimes." But it is clear the tycoon's association with China's former security czar Zhou Yongkang was the real reason for their fate.

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa lost the election to opposition leader Maithripala Sirisena.  (AP Photo/Sanka Gayashan, File)

China stung by Sri Lanka's election

Sri Lanka's presidential election earlier this month dealt China a major blow as opposition leader Maithripala Sirisena, who had made curtailing excessive Chinese influence the main focus of his campaign, won a surprise victory over the Beijing-friendly incumbent President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

Some say Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg deleting Chinese dissident Liao Yiwu's Facebook account is an attempt to curry favor with Chinese President Xi Jinping.  (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

China lauds Facebook's blocking of dissident's account

A leading Chinese Communist Party newspaper is savoring Facebook's decision to block a leading exiled Chinese dissident's account, praising the company's voluntary move as yet another sign that Chinese human rights activists deserve punishment not only by the communist government but also by leading Western social media outlets.

 A Tiananmen rebel exiled in Taiwan, renowned for his courage, charisma and extraordinary personal narrative, has declared his candidacy for a seat as an independent in the island democracy's parliament called the Legislative Yuan.

Tiananmen rebel practices democracy in Taiwan

The global Chinese community is abuzz about an unusual event: A Tiananmen rebel exiled in Taiwan, renowned for his courage, charisma and extraordinary personal narrative, has declared his candidacy for a seat as an independent in the island democracy's parliament called the Legislative Yuan.

Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro speaks during a meeting with intellectuals and writers at the International Book Fair in Havana on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2012. (AP Photo/Cubadebate, Roberto Chile)

And the 2014 Confucius Peace Prize goes to ...

Fidel Castro, the longtime Cuban dictator, has been chosen as the 2014 recipient of the semi-official, semi-farcical Confucius Peace Prize, an award created by the Chinese government as a countermeasure to the Nobel Peace Prize.

Money dispute with Kiev threatens future Chinese arms buys

China is colluding with Russia to avoid paying $14 million to the Ukrainian government for a second Zubr-class amphibious landing hovercraft — or air-cushioned landing craft — that was delivered by Kiev to the Chinese People's Liberation Army in early March. The delivery came days before the Russian annexation of Crimea, where the vessel was built. At issue is the question of who gets the $14 million.

Chinese President Xi Jinping's anti-graft crusade has unearthed signs of internal tension and disorder among senior military leaders, with the suicides of multiple party leaders coming to light.  (AP Photo/Jason Reed, Pool)

Chinese leaders committing suicide in droves

As Supreme Leader Xi Jinping's anti-graft crusade penetrates the inner circles of the People's Liberation Army, signs of internal tension and disorder among senior military leaders are becoming evident, with reliable sources reporting that a growing number of leaders have committed suicide.

A police officer, left,  points a pepper spray can to a protester after a clash between protesters and police near a occupied area in Hong Kong early Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. Riot police moving against activists sparked outrage after officers were seen kicking a handcuffed protester and dragging dozens of others away Wednesday in the worst violence against the pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong since they began more than two weeks ago. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

The meaning of Hong Kong

Emboldened by Beijing's increasingly harsh line against the pro-democracy demonstrations by Hong Kong students, Hong Kong authorities began to implement rough police measures to forcibly end the protests and street occupation.

Valentina Matviyenko (left), the speaker of Russia's Senate, and Russian President Vladimir Putin attend a State Council meeting in the Kremlin in Moscow on Friday, May 31, 2013. (AP Photo/Yuri Kadobnov, Pool)

Inside China: She said, Xi said

After meeting recently with Supreme Leader Xi Jinping in Beijing, the chairwoman of Russia's Federation Council said Mr. Xi told her that China will never support international sanctions against Moscow.