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Covering American and international news for an online, global audience.

Our team of US-based journalists is most recently renowned for its Pulitzer Prize-winning revelations based on the disclosures made by whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Stuart Franklin: How I Photographed Tiananmen Square and 'Tank Man'

Mee-Lai Stone
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The Magnum photographer tells his story of the 1989 protests, from peaceful demonstration to bloody crackdown, the iconic 'tank man' – and how hamburgers gave him his big break.

China Denies Preparing for North Korean Collapse

Tania Brannigan
Guardian
Experts say leaked contingency plans, which include the detention of leaders and establishment of refugee camps, may be valid but do not suggest that the alliance is weakening.

Bill Gates Urges China’s Wealthiest to Give to Charity...Again

Jonathan Kaiman
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Businessman makes plea in People's Daily for country to improve bad philanthropic record by investing in the poor.

Artist at Center of Multimillion Dollar Forgery Scandal Turns Up in China

Jon Swaine
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Pei-Shen Qian, acccused, along with two Spanish brokers, of conning New York art collectors, will likely escape extradition.

China’s Air Pollution Leading to More Erratic Climate for US, Say Scientists

Jonathan Kaiman
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Computer modelling shows intensification of U.S.-bound Pacific storms, driven by fine aerosols from coal power plants and traffic.

China Cancels Human Rights Dialogue with Britain

Tania Brannigan
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Beijing accuses UK of using rights issues to interfere in its internal affairs and axes dialogue that resumed after diplomatic freeze over Dalai Lama

China’s Muslims Will Pay a Heavy Price for the Kunming Knife Attacks

Isabel Hilton
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There’s no evidence that the Kunming station attack had any connection to global jihad, but that won’t prevent a crackdown.

Kunming Rail Station Attack: China Horrified as Mass Stabbings Leave Dozens Dead

Barry Neild
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State media blamed the killings at Kunming in Yunnan province, south-west China, on militants from Xinjiang in the country's restive north-west. 

China's Princelings Storing Riches in Caribbean Offshore Haven

James Ball, Guardian US Interactive Team
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The documents also disclose the central role of major Western banks and accountancy firms who acted as middlemen. 

China Teams Up with Hollywood for Terracotta Army Superhero Movie

Ben Child
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"Super Terracotta Warriors" is China's response to the recent slew of Hollywood films based on comic books. 

China Fines ‘House of Flying Daggers’ Director for Breaching One-child Policy

Tania Branigan
Guardian
Film-maker Zhang Yimou, who has three children with wife Chen Ting, has to pay £750,000 for breaking law.

New Bird Flu Strain Linked to Death of Chinese Woman

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Chinese authorities have said a 73-year-old woman has died after being infected with a bird flu strain not previously found in people, a development that the World Health Organisation called “worrisome.”

Chinese Police Hunt for Two Xinjiang Men After Tiananmen Crash

Tania Branigan
Guardian
Chinese police are hunting for two or more men from the troubled region of Xinjiang amid growing suspicion that a fatal car crash and explosion in Tiananmen Square on Monday was a suicide attack. 

Jeep Crash in China’s Tiananmen Square Leaves Five Dead

Jonathan Kaiman
Guardian
Authorities have blamed separatist groups for stirring up trouble, but exiles and human right groups argue that the government has been too quick to identify violent incidents as the work of terrorists. 

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There are many theories on how China could best tackle its air pollution problem: it could shutter its factories, upgrade its emissions standards or, according to one Dutch artist, it could simply suck up the haze...