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Apr 9, 2009

Two men were executed Thursday for an attack on police that killed 17 in northwestern China in the run-up to the 2008 Olympics, state-run media reported.

Apr 9, 2009

Cybersleuths Reportedly Have Gotten onto U.S. Electric Grid; What Would Your Day Be Like?

Apr 9, 2009

China executed two Uighurs in East Turkistan after a court convicted them over a deadly attack on police in the run-up to the Beijing Olympics

Apr 9, 2009

China discovered a 3-billion-ton coal reserve at Aiding Lake in its northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Apr 9, 2009

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Apr 7, 2009

The U.S. government on Tuesday slapped sanctions on a Chinese metals company and six Iranian companies suspected of collaborating on a scheme to transfer missile and nuclear technology from China to Iran.

Apr 7, 2009

A Virginia scientist who pleaded guilty to selling U.S. rocket technology to China and bribing Chinese officials to get a lucrative contract for his company is set to learn his fate.

Apr 7, 2009

Gerry Jones, a Marine veteran of World War II and businessman and contemporary observer possessing five decades of experience with China, will present two lectures at Virginia military Institute on Monday, April 13.

Apr 7, 2009

It's pretty obvious that North Korea's firing of a long-range missile will test President Barack Obama's ability to strong-arm the regime of Kim Jong Il, who has elevated erratic behavior to an art form.

Apr 7, 2009

Last Saturday was tomb-sweeping day, when the Chinese traditionally honor the dead. Sun Wenguang, a 75-year-old retired university professor, was one of many to visit the cemetery.

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