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Latest China Items
Away from the Chinese military's expanding capabilities in cyberspace and electronic warfare, Beijing is growing the size and reach of its naval fleet, advancing its air force and testing a host of new missiles, the Pentagon said Thursday.
President Obama on Thursday doubled down on his quest to save the world from climate change, urging every nation to "do its share" to reduce carbon emissions and follow the highly controversial path the White House is forging here in the U.S.
Marking the 25th anniversary of the massacre of protestors at Beijing's Tiananmen Square, the human rights advocate Chen Guangcheng is lamenting the lack of change in the People's Republic of China.
If there were any doubt that Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons, that thought was completely dispelled recently by two reports on the Islamic republic's ambitions.
China says 29 people have been arrested in what it calls an anti-terrorism crackdown in the northwestern region of Xinjiang following a series of deadly attacks blamed on Muslim extremists.
Two weeks ago, Attorney General Eric Holder vowed to bring to a U.S. courtroom five members of the Chinese military who the U.S. accused of hacking computers for economic espionage purposes. The FBI even published "Wanted" posters with pictures of all five.
June 4 marks the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests in China. The Chinese government is blocking Google to prevent any online conversation about what happened that day.
Top General Services Administration officials learned of a troubling discovery by the agency's watchdog office back in December: a GSA executive responsible for intelligence agency customers had gone to China a year earlier without telling anyone.
China's contribution of ships and planes to the Indian Ocean search for the missing Malaysian airliner showed the trust and familiarity that had developed between the Chinese and Australian militaries, Australia's Defense Chief Gen. David Hurley said on Monday.