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  • Premier FBI cybersquad in Pittsburgh to add agents

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — The FBI's premier cybersquad has focused attention on computer-based crime in recent months by helping prosecutors charge five Chinese army intelligence officials with stealing trade secrets from major companies and by snaring a Russian-led hacking ring that pilfered $100...

  • Tens of thousands stage Hong Kong pro-gov't rally

    HONG KONG (AP) — Tens of thousands of people, many wearing red as a sign of their patriotism to China, took part in a demonstration march in Hong Kong on Sunday to protest a planned civil disobedience campaign by pro-democracy activists in the city. Demonstrators braved wilting heat to...

  • Who stopped China Catholics going to South Korea?

    BEIJING (AP) — Days after Chinese officials blocked Catholics from seeing the pope in South Korea, it's still unclear who was behind the action or why it was taken. Experts on the Chinese church said the travel bans were likely the work of overzealous local Communist Party bureaucrats...

  • China rights attorney starved in prison, wife says

    BEIJING (AP) — The wife of Chinese human rights attorney Gao Zhisheng said Saturday that her husband was kept in isolation for 2 1/2 years and starved before his release from prison a week ago. Geng He said by telephone from San Francisco that Gao lost about 50 pounds (23 kilograms) while in...

  • China and Europe hurt themselves with export subsidies; let's not emulate them

    What if the other guys are mostly shooting their own soldiers in the back, and you are, too? Then laying down your weapon is the right strategy.

  • Pretending to be rivals, U.S. Export-Import Bank subsidizes foreign export agencies

    President Obama and his allies in the business lobby say they need export subsidies to compete with China's export subsidies. One problem with that argument: U.S. export programs directly subsidize China's export programs.

  • China announces move to restrict use of coal

    Beijing will stop using coal for electricity in six main districts by 2020, according to state-run media agency Xinhua.

  • U.S. businesses to invest $14 billion in Africa

    President Obama plans to announce a $14 billion commitment from U.S. business to invest in Africa in areas ranging from construction and energy to banking and information technology.



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