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LEAKER UPDATE: Snowden's Just Hanging Out In Hong Kong Giving More US ...
LEAKER UPDATE: Snowden's Just Hanging Out In Hong Kong Giving More US ...

Snowden Alleges US Hacking in China
The U.S. government has been hacking Chinese targets that include the nation's mobile-phone companies and one of the country's most prestigious universities, former government contractor Edward Snowden alleged in a series of reports published over the ...

Blind activist who fled China for US to visit Taiwan
TAIPEI, Taiwan – Activist Chen Guangcheng, who fled house arrest in China and later moved to the U.S., will arrive Sunday in Taiwan, where he will give several speeches expected to attract the attention of Beijing. The 18-day trip is part of Chen's ...

Snowden NSA-China Hacking Claims Complicate Extradition
Edward Snowden, who faces extradition from Hong Kong on espionage charges, said the U.S. National Security Agency hacked Chinese mobile-phone text messages, the South China Morning Post reported, complicating the Americans' bid to take him into ...

Chinese astronauts manually dock spacecraft
BEIJING (AFP) – Three Chinese astronauts on the country's longest manned space mission on Sunday succeeded in manually docking their spacecraft with a module orbiting Earth, state media said. Docking techniques are a crucial element of China's space ...

China May 'Fine-Tune' Monetary Policies Amid Cash Squeeze
China may adjust monetary policy as needed while seeking more efficient use of the nation's financial resources as a cash squeeze in the banking system risks exacerbating an economic slowdown. The People's Bank of China said the nation should ...

Rand Paul: Snowden will face problems if he 'cozies up' to Russia, China
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) warned Sunday that if Edward Snowden “cozies up” to Russia, China, or governments perceived to be at odds with the United States, he will face problems. “If he cozies up to the Russian government, the Chinese government, or any ...

Relief and Disappointment as Snowden Leaves Hong Kong
Reuters: Protesters show support of Edward Snowden before marching to U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong on June 13, 2013. Hong Kong lawmakers expressed both relief and disappointment on Sunday after Edward Snowden boarded a flight for Moscow, ...

China Activist Chen Guangcheng Visits Taiwan
Activist Chen Guangcheng, who fled house arrest in China and later moved to the U.S., arrived Sunday in Taiwan, where he is to give several speeches expected to attract the attention of Beijing. He told reporters at Taipei's airport that he was ...

American factory boss says he's being held hostage by scores of workers in Beijing
An American executive said Monday he has been held hostage for four days at his medical supply plant in Beijing by scores of workers demanding severance packages like those given to 30 co-workers in a phased-out department. Chip Starnes, 42, a ...

China Said to Have Made Call to Let Leaker Depart
BEIJING — The Chinese government made the final decision to allow Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor, to leave Hong Kong on Sunday, a move that Beijing believed resolved a tough diplomatic problem even as it reaped a ...

China Shares Lead Asia Losses
Chinese stocks were in free fall on Monday as fear over a domestic credit squeeze pushed Shanghai down 5.3%, the most since August 2009. The selloff was sparked by further signals over the weekend that China's cash crunch would persist, after a ...

Why China has a 'one dog policy'
Western human rights activists have never made much of a fuss about it, but China's “one child policy” has a little known canine equivalent. Skip to next paragraph. Peter Ford. Beijing Bureau Chief. Peter Ford is The Christian Science Monitor's Beijing ...

Hong Kong lawmaker: China aided Snowden's flight
HONG KONG — A legislator for Hong Kong said Monday that China intervened to allow NSA leaker Edward Snowden to escape a U.S. extradition request and leave for Moscow. "I have reasons to believe that ... those who wanted (Snowden) to leave ...

American factory exec says he's being held hostage by scores of angry workers ...
American factory exec says he's being held hostage by scores of angry workers ...

Blind activist urges Taiwan to stand up to China
TAIPEI (AFP) – Exiled, blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng on Monday urged Taiwan to stand up to China's "illegitimate" communist government, as he visited the self-governing island amid controversy over his future in the United States. Chen told ...

Chinese former vice governor in anti-graft probe
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese anti-graft authorities announced an investigation into a former vice governor, making him latest senior provincial official to be ensnared in a crackdown that the country's new leadership hopes will show its determination to ...

China Creeps Into Crisis Mode
China is having a liquidity issue. A country that prints trillions of yuan and has four or five major government banks running the country's lending portfolio — one would think — should shave a lock on financial woes creeping up on the country. China ...

Markets tumble as China enters bear market
U.S. markets opened the week on a slide Monday morning after Chinese stock made a nose-dive and investors took caution on fears of a Federal Reserve pullback on stimulus. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index had tumbled by nearly 2 percent a little after ...

Chinese Workers Hold Executive Captive in Office
BEIJING—The co-founder of Florida-based Specialty Medical Supplies has been held since Friday in the executive quarters of his factory on the outskirts of Beijing, he said. About 80 of his 110 employees are blocking doors and locking gates, refusing ...

Main Asian markets fall further on concerns about Chinese credit market but ...
Main Asian markets fall further on concerns about Chinese credit market but ...

Mobius Searches for China Stocks to Buy as PBOC Spurs Confidence
Mark Mobius, who oversees $53 billion in emerging markets, said he has confidence in China's central bank and is keeping his overweight position in the nation's equities following a five-day tumble. “We should be confident about what the government is ...

Chinese Workers Holding US Boss Say Wages Unpaid
Chinese workers keeping an American executive confined to his Beijing medical supply factory said Tuesday that they had not been paid in two months in a compensation dispute that highlights tensions in China's labor market. The executive, Chip Starnes ...

US Talks Tough on Leaker
White House press secretary Jay Carney during the daily press briefing at the White House in Washington on Monday. The U.S. hunt for National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden came to a boil Monday as the White House ripped into Hong Kong and ...

China Brushes Aside US Warnings on Snowden
BEIJING — China brushed aside on Tuesday the Obama administration's warning that allowing Edward J. Snowden, the former national security contractor, to flee Hong Kong would have negative consequences, and said that the relationship between the ...

China businessman assures Nicaragua canal success
BEIJING (AP) — The Chinese businessman behind plans to build a waterway across Nicaragua to rival the Panama Canal said Tuesday that his ambitious project is no joke and is backed by experienced consultants, despite skepticism that the 40-year-old ...

Workers hold US executive hostage at Beijing plant
The phase-out of one division of the factory sparked fears of wide-spread layoffs. Chip Starnes Beijing factory. U.S. businessman Chip Starnes stands behind the bars of his office window after being held hostage for five days over a wage dispute at his ...

Snowden's Hong Kong Escape: Behind the Role That Beijing Played
Wherever Edward Snowden is now — according to WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson it is in a “safe” if secret location; according to Russian President Vladimir Putin, a transit zone in Moscow's airport — it is clear that his disappearance, however ...

Wei Dongying, the "Erin Brockovich" of China, says in spite of gov't vow to ...
Wei Dongying, the "Erin Brockovich" of China, says in spite of gov't vow to ...

Does a Purge of Senior Officials Mean China's Serious About Its Corruption ...
Does a Purge of Senior Officials Mean China's Serious About Its Corruption ...


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