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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

US-China Honeymoon Over: Washington Sanctions Chinese Bank and Sells Arms to Taiwan

Tom Phillips, Oliver Holmes
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Relations between the world’s two largest economies look to be entering a new phase of turbulence after the US punctured Chinese celebrations of the anniversary of Hong Kong’s return by unveiling sanctions against a Chinese bank linked to North...

China Landslide: Families' Frustration Grows as More Than 100 Feared Dead

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Families affected by huge slip that buried Xinmo village say they are concerned by a lack of information and the fate of orphaned children

Dog Meat Dropped from Two Carrefour Supermarkets in China

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The French retailer Carrefour has removed dog meat products from two supermarkets in China after an outcry from animal rights groups. Animals Asia said it had already asked the international chain, which operates more than 200 stores in China, to...

Activists Investigating Ivanka Trump’s China Shoe Factory Detained or Missing

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A labor activist working undercover investigating abuses at a Chinese factory that makes Ivanka Trump shoes has been detained by police and two others are missing, raising concerns the company’s ties to the U.S. president’s family may have led to...

Hong Kong Charges Pro-Independence Activists over China Protest

Benjamin Haas
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Hong Kong police have charged two former pro-independence politicians over scuffles in the legislature, amid a widening crackdown on dissenting voices in the former British colony.

Climate Change: China Calls U.S. ‘Selfish’ after Trump Seeks to Bring back Coal

Benjamin Haas
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State-run tabloid says Beijing cannot fill vacuum left by U.S. and urges west to pressure Trump on global warming

Welcome to Yiwu: China’s Testing Ground for a Multicultural City

Helen Roxburgh
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Unlike Guangzhou’s African community—who have faced prejudice and hostility—Yiwu’s foreign residents enjoy an ‘unusual freedom of worship,’ with the municipal government even consulting international traders on city business

Demolishing Dalian: China’s ‘Russian’ City Is Erasing Its Heritage—in Pictures

Francesca Perry
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Founded by the Russians, Dalian boasts a wealth of architectural history. But now its treasured buildings are marked for demolition—and the government is being sued. One student went to capture the area before it disappears

Uber for Bikes: How ‘Dockless’ Cycles Flooded China—and Are Heading Overseas

Nick Van Mead
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New cycle-share firms in China allow you to simply drop your bike wherever you want. They have caused colourful chaos – and world cities could be next

More Than 100 Chinese Cities Now above One Million People

Benjamin Haas
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Government policy and a shift westward have fed the staggering scale of China’s urban ambitions—119 cities as big as Liverpool, and likely double that by 2025

Chinese Maths Textbooks to Be Translated for U.K. Schools

Benjamin Haas
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HarperCollins signs ‘historic’ deal with Shanghai publishers amid hopes it will boost British students’ performance

I Went to Jail for Handing out Feminist Stickers in China

Li Maizi
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The backlash is painful, but it coexists with progress as women activists manage—slowly—to bring about a change in attitudes

Great Wall of China’s Troubled History Offers Lessons for Trump, Scholars Say

Tom Phillips
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The president has described his border proposal as ‘the Great Wall of Trump,’ evoking what one expert sees as a calamitous and ill-conceived folly

China Accuses Western Media of ‘Fake News’ about Human Rights

Tom Phillips
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China has launched a Donald Trump-style attack on foreign media, branding claims that a leading human rights lawyer was tortured by government agents “fake news.”