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Right-angle running track built in China

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Sports officials hoping to nurture young athletics talent in north-east China have put their rising stars at something of a disadvantage - by building a ... more

Microsoft targeted in apparent Chinese antitrust probe

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Microsoft appears to be the latest US company targeted by China for antitrust investigation as government officials paid sudden visits to the software firm's Chinese ... more

Inequality dogs China - and US - economies

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As China’s economy first opened up to market-based reform, Deng Xiaoping famously suggested that some naturally, particularly through hard work, “should be allowed to get ... more

Three killed in Facebook blasphemy rampage in Pakistan

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A woman and two of her young granddaughters were burned to death Sunday night in the eastern city of Gujranwala after a member of their ... more

Aussies working to identify the MH17 dead

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There are 38 Australian forensic experts evenly split between the Netherlands and Ukraine working to identify the MH17 victims.

NSW mining 'caused Antarctic pollution'

published about 3 hours ago
Pollution from industrial activities in southern Australia contaminated Antarctica more than 20 years before explorers reached the South Pole.

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