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Guardian

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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

Taiwan Carries out Drills amid Rising Fears of Chinese Invasion

Nicola Smith and Tom Phillips
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The island’s armed forces test combat readiness, amid deteriorating relations between Beijing and Taipei

Trump Warming to Reality of Climate Change, Says Senior Chinese Official

Tom Phillips
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Beijing’s chief climate negotiator, Xie Zhenhua, talks down fears that joint leadership shown by China and the US will be reversed under new president

Hong Kong Human Rights Situation ‘Worst Since Handover to China’

Benjamin Haas
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Amnesty International report says rule of law, freedom of speech, and trust in government all deteriorated in 2016

‘Is This What the West Is Really Like?’ How It Felt to Leave China for Britain

Xiaolu Guo
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Desperate to find somewhere she could live and work as she wished, Xiaolu Guo moved from Beijing to London in 2002.

Apple Removes New York Times App in China

Benjamin Haas
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Company says it will not offer news site in app store because it has been told by Beijing it is in ‘violation of local regulations’

A Human Rights Activist, A Secret Prison and A Tale from Xi Jinping’s New China

Tom Phillips
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Peter Dahlin spent 23 days in a ‘black prison’ in Beijing, where he says he was deprived of sleep and questioned with a ‘communication enhancement’ machine.

China Smog: Millions Start New Year Shrouded by Health Alerts and Travel Chaos

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Millions in China rang in the New Year shrouded in a thick blanket of toxic smog, causing road closures and flight cancellations as 24 cities issued alerts that will last through much of the week. On the first day of 2017 in Beijing, concentrations...

A Good Year for Xi Jinping— But Trouble is Heading His Way

Tom Phillips
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After domestic victories in 2016, China’s president must deal with a worsening economy and Trump in the White House

Xinjiang Attack: Four 'Terrorists' and One Bystander Killed, Says China

Reuters
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Assailants shot dead after driving up to regional Communist party headquarters and setting off bomb, according to official media, in flare-up in Uighur region

Bike-Sharing Revolution Aims to Put China Back on Two Wheels

Top Phillips
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From Shanghai to Sichuan, schemes are being rolled out to slash congestion, cut air pollution – and spin a profit

Chinese Warships Enter South China Sea Near Taiwan in Show of Force

Reuters
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Beijing’s only aircraft carrier cruises past Taiwan’s Pratas Islands in an exercise state media said showed the country’s improving combat capabilities

The New Scramble for Africa: How China Became the Partner of Choice

Richard Poplak
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In 2014 alone China invested £56 billion in African infrastructure. But is this colonialism in another guise?

Taiwan’s President to Visit U.S. Despite Objections from China

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Planned trip causes speculation in Washington and Taiwan that Tsai Ing-wen may meet Donald Trump in person

“Brutal, Amoral, Ruthless, Cheating”: How Trump’s New Trade Tsar Sees China

Tom Phillips
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Peter Navarro has been picked to lead US trade and industrial policy – a move that may upset Beijing

Smog Refugees Flee Chinese Cities as ‘Airpocalypse’ Blights Half a Billion

Tom Phillips
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Thousands head to pollution-free regions as haze descends on the country’s northern industrial heartland