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With steel waste in crosshairs, China extends its war on pollution
China’s self-styled war on pollution is extending to a new front: The solid waste that makes up thousands of slag heaps around the country, a byproduct of its record steel output.
China urges Canada to release Huawei exec or face consequences
China’s Foreign Ministry has called on Canada to immediately release Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the global telecom giant Huawei Meng Wanzhou or face consequences.
Iran, China resume banking ties: Source
An informed source at the Iran-China Chamber of Commerce said on Saturday that Tehran and Beijing have resumed banking ties after an Iranian bank started to broker money transfer between the two countries.
China launches rover for first far side of Moon landing
China launched a rover early Saturday destined to land on the far side of the Moon, a global first that would boost Beijing's ambitions to become a space superpower, state media said.
China's Xi urges North Korea, United States to meet halfway
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday told North Korea's foreign minister that he hoped North Korea and the United States could meet each other halfway and address each other's reasonable concerns, China's Foreign Ministry said.
China prepares mission to land spacecraft on Moon’s far side
China was preparing to launch a groundbreaking mission today to soft-land a spacecraft on the largely unexplored far side of the Moon, demonstrating its growing ambitions as a space power to rival Russia, the European Union and the US.
India, China could gain massive health benefits by tackling climate change: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) report highlights why health considerations are critical to the advancement of climate action and outline key recommendations for policy makers.
China releases blue paper on poverty alleviation
Important progress has been made in poverty alleviation efforts by Chinese enterprises, a "blue paper" released on Wednesday concluded.
China says three regions failed to meet energy efficiency targets last year
A group of three Chinese regions failed to meet their targets to curb energy consumption growth and improve efficiency last year, the country’s top planning authority said in a notice published on Wednesday.
The future is tilting eastward toward China, British spymaster says
The global balance is tilting toward China as the world’s second largest economy gains significant capital, global clout and technological dominance, the chief of Britain’s MI6 spy service said on Monday.
China cracks down on wedding extravaganza, extreme pranks
China is trying to put the brakes on a trend towards increasingly lavish weddings and pre-wedding pranks which can often become violent or get out of hand.
China, other BRICS leaders slam protectionism at G20 summit amid other rifts
Leaders of the world’s five major emerging economies (BRICS) have slammed protectionism at the G20 summit in Argentina amid threats by the US president to intensify tariffs on China and press ahead with anti-Russia sanctions.
Beijing lashes out at US for South China Sea sail-by
China on Friday scolded the United States for sending naval vessels close to disputed islands in the South China Sea where Beijing has built military installations.
China orders halt to gene-editing after outcry over babies
The Chinese government on Thursday ordered a temporary halt to research activities for people involved in the editing of human genes, after a Chinese scientist said he had edited the genes of twin babies.
Sri Lanka signs port deals with China amid political upheaval
Sri Lanka penned two multi-million dollar contracts with Chinese firms for a port upgrade project on Thursday in the middle of a political hiatus that has raised doubts over the legitimacy of the government and the legality of the deals.

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