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Three in New York Sought to Join Islamic State, Says FBI
The FBI has arrested three foreign nationals living in Brooklyn who they say sought to join the Islamic State.
'Jihadi John' Named as Mohammed Emwazi from London
The "Jihadi John" killer who has featured in several Islamic State beheading videos is Mohammed Emwazi, a Briton from a middle class family who grew up in London and graduated from college with a degree in computer programming, the Washington Post newspaper said.
Anbang buys Manhattan office tower
Chinese insurance company Anbang has bought an office tower, reportedly for between 4 to 5 hundred million U.S. dollars in Manhattan.
China's Central Bank injects money after Spring Festival holiday
China's central bank is pumping money into the markets through reverse repurchase agreements to ease liquidity after last week's national holiday.
Air Force Launches Flight Training for High Schoolers
The People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force is setting up training bases in civilian high schools to provide flight training for around 1,000 students aged 14 to 16.
Chinese Police Crack Banknote Forgery Case
Police in south China's Guangdong Province have arrested eight suspects and confiscated counterfeit banknotes with a face value of 130 million yuan (21 million U.S. dollars), according to the Ministry of Public Security.
Serial Killer in Wrongful Conviction Case Lodges an Appeal
A convicted serial killer on Thursday filed an appeal after a court in north China sentenced him to death for multiple crimes, including the murder and rape of a woman in 1996.
No Clue of Chinese Team Bikes Lost in France
Three bicycles belonging to China's World Track Cycling Team have been stolen from a hotel car park near Paris. The bikes are said to be worth around 27-thousand euros.
Lippi Resigns as Coach of Guangzhou Evergrande
Marcello Lippi on Thursday resigned as the coach and the technical director of Chinese Super League champions Guangzhou Evergrande.
Young Tiger Spooked by Firecrackers, Jumped off Building
A young tiger was found dead in a parking lot after falling off a building in Pingdu, east China's Shandong province during the Spring Festival break.
"Wolf Totem" Accused of Promoting Aggression
"Wolf Totem", the eagerly anticipated film adaptation of the best-selling book, has received mixed reviews over a controversial depiction of wolves that some believe promotes the trait of aggression.
Media Watchdog Hides Cleavages again
State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) has removed scenes showing actresses' cleavages from a TV series once again, following changes in the historical drama The Empress of China earlier this year.
Google Teams up with BlackBerry to Secure Android Devices
It's a popular notion that Android is not secure enough, and security is a reason why many businessmen prefer BlackBerry. Now, Google has teamed up with BlackBerry to make Android devices more secure for businesses.
Polish Court Adjourns Roman Polanski's Extradition Case
A court in Poland has adjourned filmmaker Roman Polanski's extradition case until April.
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Observers Laud President Xi's "Four Comprehensives"
Chinese political observers are applauding the "Four Comprehensives" initiated by President Xi Jinping, saying they are a strategic blueprint for China's future development.
China Bans Courts Trying Defendants in Prison Uniforms
In a document on legal reform, the Supreme People's Court says courts are not allowed to ask defendants or appellants in custody to appear on trial wearing clothing with prison signs.
Large Japan Delegation to Visit China for Better Ties
The 3000-member delegation will be headed by Toshihiro Nikai, chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party's General Council. The delegation will visit China for three days starting on May 22.
Traditional Music in China: Is It Dying?
Chinese music has a rich history that dates back 7000 years, but how does that music fit into the 21st century?
C4: Happy Chinese New Year
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Today in History: Anti-Japanese War, 1932.2.16
Japan held an assembly in preparation for the establishment of the Manchukuo puppet state.
Today in History: Anti-Japanese War, 1944.2.15
The first Southwest China Drama Exhibition was held in Guilin, Southwest China.
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