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Man given death sentence for ex-wife’s livestream murder that shocked China

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A Chinese man has been sentenced to death after a court found him guilty of killing his ex-wife while she was livestreaming on social media last year. The intermediate people’s court of the Aba Tibetan and Qiang ethni...

US leads world in bitcoin mining after China crackdown sends industry overseas

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The United States has overtaken China to account for the largest share of the world’s bitcoin mining, according to data published by researchers at Cambridge University. The figures demonstrate the impact of a crackdo...

UK, US, Cina: how the world’s carbon ‘centre of gravity’ moved over 200 anni

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The geographic centre of the world’s carbon emissions used to sit atop the UK. Now it sits squarely over China Wed 13 Oct 2021 07.00 EDT L...

China lambasts Tony Abbott for ‘despicable and insane performance in Taiwan’

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China’s embassy in Canberra has denounced the former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott for what it called a “despicable and insane performance in Taiwan”. On a visit to Taipei to address a regional forum last week...

China orders coalmines to raise production to address power crunch

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Chinese officials have ordered more than 70 mines in Inner Mongolia to increase coal production by almost 100m tonnes, with the country battling its worst power crunch and coal shortages in years. The move is the late...

Tony Abbott raises fears China ‘could lash out disastrously’ as Taiwan tensions grow

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The former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has raised fears Beijing “could lash out disastrously very soon” amid growing tensions over the future of Taiwan – and argued the US and Australia could not stand idly ...

US nuclear-powered submarine hits submerged object in South China Sea

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A nuclear powered US navy attack submarine has struck an object while submerged in international waters in the South China Sea, officials have said. Eleven sailors were hurt – two suffered moderate injuries and the re...

Tony Abbott tells Taiwan’s president democracies must ‘stand shoulder to shoulder’ against China

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The former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has told the president of Taiwan he hopes his visit to the democratically ruled island will help end its isolation from the international community. Abbott met Tsai Ing...

The west sees China as a ‘threat’, not as a real place, with real people

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I was at dinner with a friend, and she asked about my work. “Name one thing you wish Americans knew about China," lei disse. “That the Chinese people are people,” I replied. She asked me to elaborate, and I said that ...

'Sono felicissimo': Il canadese Michael Spavor parla dopo il rilascio in Cina

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Il cittadino canadese Michael Spavor ha espresso gioia per il ricongiungimento con la sua famiglia dopo essere stato rilasciato dal carcere in Cina la scorsa settimana. “Sono felicissimo di essere finalmente riunito con la mia famiglia. È umiliante quando inizio a farlo ...

China orders energy firms to secure winter fuel supplies at all costs

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China’s central government officials have ordered the top state-owned energy companies to secure fuel supplies for winter at all costs as the country battles a power crisis that threatens to hit growth in the world’s ...

China owed $385bn – including ‘hidden debt’ from poorer nations, says report

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Researchers have identified debts of at least $385bn (£286bn) owed by 165 countries to China for ”belt and road initiative” (BRI) projects, with loans systematically underreported to international bodies such as the W...

China hit by power cuts and factory closures as energy crisis bites

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China has told railway companies and local authorities to expedite vital coal supplies to utilities as the world’s second largest economy grapples with extensive power cuts that have crippled industrial output in key ...

How fall of property giant Evergrande sent a shockwave through China

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A maggio 2020, Chen (non è il suo vero nome) decided to invest 300,000 yuan (£34,000) in property in the north-eastern Chinese city of Shenyang. “I thought the price was not too expensive and I had some extra money so I inve...

China clamps down on cartoons in latest morality move

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China’s broadcasting regulator said it will encourage online producers to create “healthy” cartoons and clamp down on violent, vulgar or pornographic content, as Beijing steps up efforts to bring its thriving entertai...

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