China to accomplish construction of world's largest single-aperture radio telescope in 2016
China to accomplish construction of world's largest single-aperture radio telescope in 2016

Technicians began assembling the world's largest radio telescope, whose dish is the size of 30 football grounds, deep in the mountains ...

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Top 10 highlights of China’s economy in H1 2015 by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS)
Top 10 highlights of China’s economy in H1 2015 by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS)

China’s economy in the first half of 2015 is better than expected with the GDP growth reaching 7 percent. There are 10 highlights...

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 Australia vows to protect foreign missions in wake  break-in of Chinese consulate General in Sydney
Australia vows to protect foreign missions in wake break-in of Chinese consulate General in Sydney

Australian police on Thursday apologized for failing to prevent a break-in of the Chinese Consulate General in Sydney a day earlier, pledgi...

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Sugar Daddy Prohibited Amid China’s Anti-corruption Campaign
Sugar Daddy Prohibited Amid China’s Anti-corruption Campaign

In the United States of America, everybody knows what sugar daddy means. But in China, there is a similar name "gandie," for this...

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 Top US official: US Not ‘Neutral’ in South China Sea Disputes
Top US official: US Not ‘Neutral’ in South China Sea Disputes

“We are not neutral when it comes to adhering to international law. We will come down forcefully when it comes to following the rules,” U...

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China's first Blue Army gives PLA (People's Liberation Army) some bitter lessons
China's first Blue Army gives PLA (People's Liberation Army) some bitter lessons

                  (The Blue Army) China's first Blue Army of the PLA (People's Liberation Army), set up in ...

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Amazing photo of Fukushima mutant daisies lights up the internet - #Twitter
Amazing photo of Fukushima mutant daisies lights up the internet - #Twitter

  The mutant daises were found near the Fukushima nuclear plant that went into meltdown in 2011 after a tsunami hit Japan. Photo / @Sa...

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 NASA Earth 2.0: Astronomers finds closest twin to Earth
NASA Earth 2.0: Astronomers finds closest twin to Earth

Astronomers have found a planet they say is "the closest twin to Earth" ever seen. Named Kepler-452b, it is the smallest planet...

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Fierce wild bear lets himself into Alaska Zoo
Fierce wild bear lets himself into Alaska Zoo

  The young black bear let itself into the zoo. Photo / Thinkstock The Alaska Zoo temporarily gained a new animal yesterday after a wi...

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Airline passengers showed little patience to restrain man with tape and seatbelts
Airline passengers showed little patience to restrain man with tape and seatbelts

An unruly passenger appears to have taken air rage to new heights, if these photos are anything to go by. An incident on board Siberia ...

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Guantanamo closure nears : Obama may get wish as White House battles opposition from US Defence Department
Guantanamo closure nears : Obama may get wish as White House battles opposition from US Defence Department

  Obama's top advisers have reportedly been debating the best approach to closing the facility in Obama's final 18 months as pre...

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Baby orca having a whale of a time in British Columbia and America's Washington state
Baby orca having a whale of a time in British Columbia and America's Washington state

  The 6-month-old calf has been named J50 by the Pacific Whale Watch Association. Photo / AP Baby orca J50 leaps out of the waters of ...

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US delivers poll rebuff to Pope Francis
US delivers poll rebuff to Pope Francis

  The Pope's popularity is down to where it stood in 2013, when he was elected leader of the 1.2 billion-member Roman Catholic Churc...

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Vote win for Greek Prime Minister
Vote win for Greek Prime Minister

  Flames flare as police dodge a petrol bomb thrown by a protester outside the Greek Parliament. Photo / AP Greece's Parliament...

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Scotland crewman recalls panic of Glasgow bin truck crash
Scotland crewman recalls panic of Glasgow bin truck crash

  Emergency services walk past a cordon off crashed bin lorry as they attend the scene in George Square. Photo / Getty Images ...

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Four years on, Artist Ai Weiwei gets his passport returned
Four years on, Artist Ai Weiwei gets his passport returned

Artist Ai Weiwei. Photo / AP China has returned the passport of Ai Weiwei, the dissident artist barred from leaving the country for the...

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