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‘Cold battle’ for Africa: China’s economic interest vs. US military activity
Both China and the US are trying to broaden and deepen their influence in Africa, with China dominating the continent economically, whereas the US is more pro-active militarily, Asia Times journalist Brendan O'Reilly told RT.

30.07.2014 09:16

Microsoft latest victim in China's spy-spooked probes
The surprise visit of regulators to Microsoft’s offices across China on Monday has marked a dangerous turn for the US tech giant’s operations in China, once the hottest growth market for companies making iPhones, Xboxes, or running search engines.

29.07.2014 12:47

Chinese hackers obtained info on Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system - report
In a raid seeking information related to Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system, Chinese hackers infiltrated the databases of three Jewish defense contractors.

29.07.2014 02:54

​Luxury carmakers cut prices after Chinese regulatory pressure
Jaguar Land Rover, Audi and Daimler have agreed to cut prices on their luxury models and auto parts after China’s anti-monopoly regulator began investigating the auto industry for possible anti-competitive behavior.

28.07.2014 07:02

River in China mysteriously turns red overnight
A river in China deemed clean enough to drink has turned red overnight, mystifying the city’s residents and officials alike. Locals claim the phenomenon has never happened before and industrial contamination has been dismissed as a viable option.

26.07.2014 19:04

​US, Russia bicker over US antimissile plans for South Korea
Washington has brushed aside Moscow’s concerns that US plans to deploy a missile defense battery in South Korea would have an impact on regional stability, saying the system is not aimed against Russia.

25.07.2014 07:32

Russia may axe Gazprom pipeline monopoly
Gazprom may lose its gas export via pipeline monopoly after Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the government to consider allowing other producers to get a piece of the burgeoning Asia export market.

23.07.2014 10:46

Chinese whisper in American neighborhood
After the major headline hogging BRICS summit, the next news event that has been watched closely is the Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Latin America.

23.07.2014 10:15

​Five involved in food scandal detained in China, including boss of 'rotten meat' supplier
Chinese police said on Wednesday they have detained five people connected with a Shanghai-based food supplier alleged by the authorities to have sold expired and rotten meat to major fast food chains including KFC and McDonalds.

23.07.2014 07:43

Bubonic plague case triggers lockdown of Chinese city
The 30,000 residents of Yumen in China have been cut off from the rest of the country to prevent the potential spread of bubonic plague. Lockdown was declared in the city after a man died of the disease and 151 people have been put in quarantine.

23.07.2014 05:13

​Burger King, Starbucks, Japanese branches of McDonalds joins China ‘rotten food’ scandal
China’s fast food scandal has spread to Burger King, Starbucks and the Japanese branches of McDonalds as the chains admit using rotten meat from a supplier in Shanghai.

22.07.2014 11:52

​New Development Bank ushers in a new era of money
The modestly reported Fortaleza BRICS conference delivered a seismic shift in finance: a 21st century economic development as Bretton Woods in the last century.

22.07.2014 14:05

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