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Authorities pull 131 dead pigs from river used for drinking

Chinese authorities pulled 131 dead pigs from a river that provides drinking water to a city of almost 5 million people, prompting new health concerns ... Full story

PRC, New Zealand begin direct currency trading

China yesterday allowed its currency to be directly traded with the New Zealand dollar in another step toward allowing greater international use of the yuan.New ... Full story

Insurer teams up with travel site to sell smog insurance

Ping An, China’s second-biggest insurer, is collaborating with Ctrip.com to sell smog insurance to tourists traveling to Beijing and six other Chinese cities.Travelers in Beijing ... Full story

China Mobile under pressure as iPhones and WeChat curb profits

China Mobile faces a triple whammy of apps, iPhone subsidies and regulations that likely will cost the world’s largest carrier as much as USD1.8 billion ... Full story

BRIEFS: 2 dead after attack on police in Xinjiang

Police in China’s restive western region of Xinjiang shot dead an armed assailant for attacking an officer, who later died, state media said yesterday. The ... Full story

Beijing finds no terror link to its nationals on Malaysian jet

Checks into the background of the Chinese citizens on board the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner have uncovered no links to terrorism, the Chinese ambassador in ... Full story

Search for lost plane tests PRC, US capabilities

Finding the missing Malaysian jetliner would be a coup for any of the more than two dozen countries out there looking. But for China and ... Full story

HONG KONG: Mainland returns 2 suspects in stabbing of ex-editor

The police department of southern China’s Guangdong province Monday sent back to Hong Kong two people arrested in connection with the stabbing of Kevin Lau, ... Full story

Beijing plans to expand cities, reform urban resident status

China has announced plans to expand its cities and improve public services to support economic growth by allowing millions more rural residents to migrate to ... Full story

Joseph Fan, underground bishop of Shanghai, dies 

The underground bishop of Shanghai, Joseph Fan Zhongliang, has died at age 97 following decades of imprisonment and house arrest, Catholic groups said yesterday.Fan died ... Full story

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