|Guidance to Chinese Shopperholics in ''Black Friday"|
Usually, people choose to use overseas shopping agents or "Haitao", but this year the situation has changed as Chinese e-commerce firms and U.S. retailers are looking for ways to cut into the traditional American shopping bonanza this week.
|Beijing's Transport Policy Facing 4 Possible Changes|
Apart from the subway fare increase in Beijing, passengers will also see another four changes to transport in the city.
|Global Yuan Adoption Doubled in the Last 18 Months|
The use of RMB for payments between China and the rest of the world have nearly doubled in the last 18 months. Belgium-based inter-bank payment maker SWIFT says the adoption of the Chinese currency by foreign players in Chinese trade has grown from 6 percent 18 months ago to 11 percent.
|Italian Police Bust Coiners Responsible for 90% of World's Falsified Euros|
Police in Italy have arrested 56 people, part of a group believed to be responsible for producing almost 90 percent of the world's fake euros. The group has been arrested in Naples, which is home to the Camorra, one of Italy's most powerful mafia-style syndicates.
|Cleveland Releases Video of Boy's Fatal Shooting by Police|
Officials in the US city of Cleveland have released a video of the fatal police shooting of a 12-year-old black child, which shows the boy pointing a pellet gun around a park before police arrive. The video shows the boy walking back and forth in the snowy park, pointing the gun in different directions.
|UN Aid Official Valerie Amos to Step Down|
The top UN official for humanitarian aid, Valerie Amos, is stepping down from her post. She has held the position of UN Humanitarian Chief since August 2010, overseeing major aid operations in Syria, as well as in South Sudan, Iraq and the Central African Republic.
|Brothers Jailed for Attending Militant Training Camp in Syria|
Two brothers from east London have become the first in Britain to be convicted for terrorism training in Syria. In making the ruling, the judge in the case says there is no evidence either man took part in the fighting.
|China Gets Tough on Environmental Protection|
The State Council has issued a circular which demands that officials have zero tolerance towards violators. The circular stresses the liability of supervision bodies.
|Nine Injured in China Supermarket Attack|
Nine were injured after a knife wielding man attacked a supermarket in Nanning, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, on Thursday. The 26-year-old assailant is now in police custody.
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