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Training comes at a time of heightened tensions between China and its neighbours over territorial disputes.
Oil leaking from damaged pipeline catches fire, leaving at least 47 dead in Qingdao in country's east.
Thirty-five die after oil leaking from a damaged pipeline catches fire as workers try to clean the spill.
After shock dismissal of wrestling from Olympic program, sailing is looking at ways of becoming more spectator friendly.
Considered the largest mass migration on earth, millions of Chinese are returning to their villages for the New Year.
Chinese gold medallists win more than metal and pride as real estate companies jump at chance to doll out free homes.
Senior official rejects Chinese protests over raising of Japanese flag on disputed islands by group of nationalists.
Thousands protests in more than a dozen cities, including Beijing, after Japanese nationalists land on disputed island.
Sensitive issue of currency tops agenda as US treasury secretary holds talks with Chinese vice-premier.
Chinese football boss insists there will be no leniency as probe continues into match-fixing.
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