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  1. Kampala is ready, Musisi assures IAAFRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | New Vision

    ... d Uganda to a Senior Women bronze medal finish at the 2015 World Cross Country Championships that was held at Guiyang, China yesterday....


  2. Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) Moves To Cure Range Anxiety In ChinaRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Learn Bonds

    Range anxiety remains the biggest hurdle that Tesla Motors Inc is facing on its push to sell more cars in China. One of the owners of the Model-S is already crying foul, admitting he should not have bought the car as he is restricted to driving it close to his home out of fear that he might be running out of charge.


  3. Buses Sales * Africa / Sierra Leone: Zhongtong Buses'Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | Buses world news

    The buses, which have been manufactured by Zhongtong Buses , in the People's Republic of China , are expected in Sierra Leone at anytime from now... A three man delegation from Sierra Leone , is presently in Liaocheng City, Shandong Province, People's Republic of China , conducting a Pre-Delivery Assessment of the manufactured buses, with specific attention to materials, components and construction procedures of the buses... Liaocheng City, Shandong Province, China - The Salone Monitor , by John Baimba Sesay - March 21, 2015 Labels: buses sales


  4. Volvo Ocean Race leaders break mastRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Joint leaders of the Volvo Ocean Race, Dongfeng Race Team, were dramatically forced to quit the fifth leg early on Monday when their mast broke in the Southern Ocean. The Dongfeng Race Team in action during the In-port race of the Volvo Ocean Race, offshore sailing's most prestigious round-the-world race, in Sanya, southern China's Hainan Island on February 7, 2015 The incident could hardly have happened at a worse position for the Chinese boat, 240 nautical miles from Cape Horn in southern Chile, one of the most remote places on Earth.


  5. SEC charges Macquarie over public offeringRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Business News

    The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced charges against a New York-based brokerage firm responsible for underwriting a public offering despite obtaining a due diligence report indicating that the China-based company's offering materials contained false information. Macquarie Capital, a wholly owned subsidiary of global financial services firm Macquarie Group Limited, has agreed to settle the SEC's charges by paying $15m and separately covering the costs of setting up a Fair Fund to compensate investors who suffered losses after purchasing shares in the public offering by Puda Coal.


  6. China's Hunger for Conflict JadeBy Brendon HongRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Daily Beast

    ... Taunggyi; the commercial center of the nation, Yangon (Rangoon); and further west; but they have found a new home in China with a mission to sate the Chinese appetite for jade, conveniently mined in their home country. For the Chinese, jade ...


  7. Chinese Court Jails Uighur for 6 Years for Growing BeardRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Outlook

    A court in China's mainly Muslim Xinjiang region has sentenced a man to six years in prison for "provoking trouble" and growing a beard, a practise discouraged by local authorities, a newspaper reported today. The court in the desert oasis city of Kashgar sentenced the 38-year-old Uighur to six years, while his wife was given a two-year sentence, according to the China Youth Daily .


  8. How China's Li Is Helping Push Railway Profits to New RecordRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Four of China's biggest rail equipment and construction companies are poised for alltime high profits in 2014. With China's government seeking to export the expertise behind the world's largest high-speed train network, earnings are set to hit another high in 2015, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.


  9. China, Zambia vow to further promote tiesRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    The pledge came out of talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Zambian President Edgar Lungu, who is here for a state visit at the invitation of Xi and the annual conference of the Boao Forum for Asia . Xi said the traditional friendship between China and Zambia is a common wealth for the two countries and should be cherished.


  10. Scientists mull power station in spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | China Daily

    A computer generated picture of a solar power station in space to be built by a US company. [Photo/Xinhua] If realized, it will surpass the scale of the Apollo project and the International Space Station, and be the largest-ever space project.


  11. Ugandans up for the fightRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | New Vision

    ... Uganda to a Senior Women bronze medal finish at the 2015 World Cross Country Championships that was held at Guiyang, China yesterday.... The BUL FC interim coach calls on his players to take advantage of SC Villa's current transitional period to ...


  12. Solar Impulse departs Myanmar for ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | New Vision

    Solar Impulse 2 took off from Myanmar's second biggest city of Mandalay early Monday and headed for China's Chongqing, the fifth flight of a landmark journey to circumnavigate the globe powered solely by the sun. The single-seater aircraft's team spent more than a week waiting in Mandalay for weather conditions to improve in southwestern China for what will be one of the most challenging legs of the round-the-world attempt so far.


  13. The Business: Monday March 30 2015Read the original story

    14 hrs ago | The First Post

    ... is on the way in 2015, driving a hiring boom in the City and shaking up industries across the globe, it says. China is a particularly big player - its firms spent $46.8bn buying foreign firms last year, 10-times the level a decade ago. Deloitte ...


  14. PM and PSC to pay security to court before actionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Matangi Tonga

    Tonga's Public Service Association Inc. and the Prime Minister Hon 'Akilisi Pohiva will have to pay $20,000 pa'anga each by way of security to the Supreme Court before their civil action regarding the alleged unlawful payment of Chinese aid money to Friendly Islands Satellite Communication Ltd. ( The judge dismissed the Acting Attorney General as a defendant from this suit (as conceded by the plaintiff's counsel, $25,450,000 received in grant aid from the Government of People's Republic of China. Other proceedings from the same events have included private criminal prosecutions which led to criminal appeals and civil actions.


  15. Man jailed six years for growing beardRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    A six-year prison sentence reportedly given to a man in China's mainly Muslim Xinjiang region for growing a beard was "absurd", an overseas group said Monday as accounts of the penalty disappeared online. Dilxat Raxit, a spokesman for the exile World Uyghur Congress, said the case was "typical of the political persecution" faced by Uighurs, the mostly Muslim, Turkic-speaking minority group that calls Xinjiang home.


  16. China Focus: China accelerates westward opening for Silk Road Economic BeltRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    The Alataw Pass, a remotely-located port in the Gobi desert of Xinjiang, is becoming an increasingly important trade gateway connecting China's inland cities to Central Asia and Europe. Dozens of international trains are running to and from the port everyday with a total freight volume of 74,000 tonnes and foreign trade volume of nearly 50 million U.S. dollars.


  17. Sri Lanka to resume road development projects with ChinaRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Colombo Page

    Mar 30, Colombo: The Sri Lankan government has decided to recommence all the main and provincial road development projects in the island nation with China, a senior government official has said. Highways, Higher Education and Investment Promotion Ministry Secretary, Udaya Ranjith Seneviratne has told Xinhua Sunday that the Ministry had already made payments to the relevant Chinese contractors for the projects.


  18. 'Mybaby' Strollers Creative Design Contest LaunchedRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    The entries will be collected globally, and teams from all walks, wherever from colleges, studios or elsewhere, as well as individuals, are welcomed. This contest is being run under the guidance of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the P.R.C., and hosted by the China Toy and Juvenile Products Association, the China Women's Federation Children's Department, and co-organized by Ningbo Mybaby Baby Items Manufacturing Co., Ltd. The entries should be the baby strollers and their combination series and be characterized by intelligence, green attributes, safety and innovation.


  19. Iran nuclear talks move towards historic pointRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Today.Az

    ... possible time to "announce something" is the coming Monday. On Nov. 24 of 2013, the P5+1 (the United States, Russia, China, France, Britain, plus Germany) and Iran reached a first-step agreement on Iran's nuclear program, the Geneva 2013 Joint Plan ...


  20. Micro electric cars 'optimal' choice for city lifeRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | People's Daily Online

    Xindayang, an obscure company in China's burgeoning new energy vehicle industry, is looking to carve out a niche with its ZD-brand pure electric micro cars. Earlier this month, Xindayang revealed an aggressive plan to build a 300,000-unit plant in the eastern city of Ningbo in the coming years with renowned Chinese carmaker Geely, which is the owner of premium brand Volvo.