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  • Chinese women, relatives of Chinese passengers onboard the Malaysia Airlines MH370 cry as they wait for Malaysia embassy staff to meet them outside the Malaysia embassy in Beijing, China Friday, April 25, 2014. About 50 relatives of Chinese passengers on the plane continued a sit-in protest outside the Malaysian Embassy after officials failed to show up to update them on the search. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)

    Inside China: Absence of the Sea Dragon

    One of China's most publicized technological accomplishments is the Sea Dragon manned deep-sea submersible that boasts the world's greatest capability for range of depth. But when the vessel is needed the most — in the search for the missing Malaysian plane — it has been entirely a no-show.

  • China require microblogs to get users' real names

    Beijing authorities on Friday ordered Internet microblogs to require users to register with their real names, a tightening of rules aimed at controlling China's rapidly growing social networks.

Banners reading "Forceful demolition. Seven lives, who cares? So much corruption" in 2008 mark a home whose owner (left) was among Beijing residents being evicted from their homes in an area to be demolished for real estate developments.

    China icon's daughter fights loss of home

    Not even the elite of China's Communist Party can avoid the regime's tight-fisted edicts - or resist seeking redress with an old-fashioned lawsuit.

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