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  • Chinese Premier Li Keqiang delivers a work report during the opening session of the annual National People's Congress in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, China, Wednesday, March 5, 2014. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

    China vows tough reforms, stronger defense

    China's government responded to public demands for bold leadership with vows Wednesday to press long-sought market reforms, defend against terrorism after a horrific slashing attack, and heavily boost military spending amid rising tensions with Japan.

  • China requires Internet users to register names

    China's government tightened Internet controls Friday with approval of a law that requires users to register their names after a flood of online complaints about official abuses rattled Communist Party leaders.

  • **FILE** A worker fixes a solar panel Nov. 10, 2011, at a factory in Qingdao in east China's Shandong Province. (Associated Press/Xinhua, Liang Xiaopeng)

    U.S. trade panel finds harm from China solar panels

    A federal trade panel found China responsible Wednesday for harming the U.S. solar panel industry, clearing the final hurdle for U.S. attempts to impose steep tariffs on Chinese solar companies.

  • Huawei made its presence at a wireless trade show in Las Vegas this year. Some in Congress fear the Chinese telecommunications giant, said to have ties to China's military, poses a risk to national security with its deal to supply components to a supercomputer lab that is a defense contractor. (Associated Press)

    Chinese telecom firm tied to spy ministry

    A U.S. intelligence report for the first time links China's largest telecommunications company to Beijing's KGB-like intelligence service and says the company recently received nearly a quarter-billion dollars from the Chinese government.

  • China and Asia savor Li Na's win

    Li Na's landmark French Open victory sparked celebrations and recognition throughout Asia on Sunday, while China's state media told its athletes to learn from her as they prepare for the London Olympics.

  • Men work on a new drill to be used in the rescue operation of 33 trapped miners at the San Jose mine in Copiapo, Chile, on Monday, Aug. 30, 2010. (AP Photo/Felix Alonso)

    Chile rescuers begin work of drilling to miners

    Thirty-three men stuck far underground are now the longest-trapped miners in recent history as a huge drill begins digging a planned escape route.

  • Google says search cut off from mainland China

    Google Inc. said Thursday that its search engine and other services were abruptly cut off from mainland China, raising more questions about the Internet company's ability to operate in the country while trying to work around the government's online censorship policies.

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