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Reports saying school asked teachers to be "economical with truth" prompt official investigation amid diplomatic spat.
Governments and international agencies have been lining up to condemn the country's recent parliamentary election.
Tensions rise between major trading partners after killing, riots, and crackdown on illegal migrants.
Foreign Minister to attend Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting instead of PM, who was under huge domestic pressure.
Li Keqiang's first foreign trip as prime minister aims to help settle border dispute and boost economic ties with India.
Recent death of two prisoners highlight plight of poor men caught up in distrust between nuclear rivals.
Foreign ministry asks China to pull back troops who allegedly advanced into disputed territory claimed by India.
Foreign ministry says rebel attack on UN convoy in Jonglei region killed five Indian nationals who were escorting it.
Arrival of two marines to face murder charges in killing of Indian fishermen ends diplomatic row between two countries.
Exit follows assurances won by Indian diplomat that Mohamed Nasheed will be free to campaign for presidential polls.
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