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China, US targeting terror online

Counterterrorism work between China and the United States has helped authorities track down and delete a number of violent, terrorist video and audio programs stored on US servers.

Xinjiang hires ex-soldiers to protect residents

Urumqi in China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region will for the first time recruit 3,000 ex-soldiers to protect residential communities, a move aimed at coping with increased violence and terrorism.

Commentary: Breach of Obama's another promise

Though winning over voters by such catchphrases as "Hope" and "Change" in the 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama has in the past six years disillusioned not only Americans but also the rest of the world.

Beijing passes bill to ban smoking in all indoor public places

Beijing adopted anti-smoking legislation to ban smoking in all indoor public places, workplaces and public transport vehicles on Friday.

Market a new tool to manage megacities

With the price rise, commuters living in Beijing's suburbs will probably have to spend 100 or 200 yuan more each month. This is not big money, but it reflects the steady rise in the general cost of living.

Tiny chip will put China’s Beidou system on phones

A Shanghai company has produced a tiny chip that could put China’s Beidou Navigation Satellite System on everyone’s smartphone in the future.








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