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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

China's Smog-Choked Steel City Readies For Six-Month Flower Show Shutdown

Tom Phillips
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Steel mills in Tangshan sent prices rocketing by nearly 20%, ahead of an enforced shutdown later this year.

China Could Win World Cup Within 10 Years, Says Sven-Göran Eriksson

Tom Phillips
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Ex-England manager says huge investment starting to pay off as Xi Jinping vows to turn China into footballing superpower.

Apple Encryption Case Risks Influencing Russia and China, Privacy Experts Say

Spencer Ackerman
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Analysts and lawmakers warn FBI that ramifications over its demand that Apple unlock San Bernardino killer’s iPhone ‘could snowball around the world’

China's Young Reporters Give Up on Journalism: 'You Can't Write What You Want'

Tom Phillips
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The constraints placed on news reporting by Xi Jinping mean many Chinese journalists see no point in pursuing a media career.

Hong Kong's Business Community is 'Freaked Out' Over China's Crackdown

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A crisis of confidence has hit companies in Hong Kong following the abduction of booksellers by Chinese agents.

A New Shenzhen? Poor Pakistan Fishing Town's Horror at Chinese Plans

Jon Boone and Kiyya Baloch
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The mega-port will bring five-star hotels and Chinese access to the Arabian Sea.

China Sends 6,000 Police to Quell New Year Train Station Chaos

Tom Philips
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Tens of thousands still waiting for transport at Guangzhou main rail depot.

Xi Jinping 'Resigns', According To Typo In Chinese State Media Report

Tom Phillips
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Four Chinese journalists have been suspended after inadvertently – and incorrectly – announcing the resignation of president.

China’s Plan: First Manchester City, Then Hosting And Winning The World Cup

Tom Phillips
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Chinese consortium thinks involvement will benefit nation’s football.

China's Obesity Epidemic: Teaching Children to 'Eat a Rainbow'

Lucy Luo
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The rise in diabetes in China could bankrupt the country’s healthcare system, says a medical expert.

Japan Could Risk Chinese Anger by Joining U.S. Sea Patrols

Justin McCurry
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Shinzo Abe reported told Barack Obama that Tokyo would think about participating in operations in South China Sea.

China Tired of the Boiler Suit

Lena Jeger
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“Why can people who glory in color and fun and variety wear a uniform of boiler suits that brings drabness and dreariness to every gathering?”

Forget Black Friday and Cyber Monday: 100m hoppers Splash out on China's Singles' Day

Tom Phillips
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Last year 27,000 merchants joined and Alibaba’s sites grossed £6.1b.

China Underreporting Coal Consumption by Up to 17%, Data Suggests

Tom Phillips
Guardian
Revelation may mean China has emitted close to a billion additional tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere each year.