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China-US economic talks confirmed  China and the United States have agreed to hold economic talks as tensions between the world's two biggest economies continue to rise   China's premier to visit Fukushima area  Wen Jiabao will visit the devastated area when he travels to Japan this weekend to show his country's support for reconstruction efforts 'Urgent problems' with Three Gorges Dam   In a rare admission, the government is warning of environmental, construction and migration 'disasters' amid the worst drought   China acknowledges visit from Kim Jong Il  Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has met in Beijing with Kim Jong Il, the reclusive leader of North Korea   Lagarde visits China in IMF bid  French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde just wrapped up latest stop on her world tour to woo emerging nations to support her candidacy China artist Ai Weiwei released  Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei has returned home having been freed after more than two months' detention Leading China activist Hu Jia 'freed'
China seeks to ease US concerns   Gates: N. Korea may pose 'direct threat'  Secretary of Defense Robert Gates during a visit to China said that North Korea is becoming a direct threat to the United States China's economy grew 10.3% in 2010  The Chinese economy continued its breakneck growth in 2010, expanding by 10.3%, according to government figures U.S.: China 'illegally' harasses journalists China beefs up military spending Premier targets 'social stability' China posts shock trade deficit China freezes nuclear plant approvals Chinese police investigate artist Weiwei U.S., China to hold human rights talks  China and the United States will hold two days of talks on human rights next week. Michael Posner will lead the American delegation China blocks Easter service

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  Police blocked more than 500 worshippers from leaving their homes and detained more than 36 for attempting to attend religious services

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  Hu Jia - one of China's most prominent dissidents - has been released from prison, his wife says
  The Communist Party of China is celebrating its 90th anniversary with gala performances and celebratory television programs
    Hu warns Chinese Communist Party
  President Jintao has warned members of the Communist Party of China that corruption could cost them the support and trust of the people

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Jul.15     China demands Dalai Lama snub  China has complained about President Obama's scheduled meeting with exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama Jul.29   Will.i.am, musicians to perform in Beijing  The rapper behind 'Yes We Can,' a music video inspired by Obama's presidential campaign, will direct a concert in Beijing later this year

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Aug.6 Milan win Italian Super Cup Aug.12   China recalls bullet trains  China's second-largest train manufacturer will recall 54 bullet trains running on the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway Aug.14   New US envoy reassures China  Gary Locke, the new US ambassador to China, has said that Beijing's investments in the US are safe despite recent debt problems Aug.19     US, Chinese vice presidents talk economy  In China on an official visit, Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, praised economic and business ties between the countries, but said that obstacles r...

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Sep.5     China denies selling weapons to Libya
  Documents showing that China offered to sell arms to Moammar Gadhafi in the waning days of his rule are 'the real dea'

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Oct.14   China communists hold key annual meeting  The Chinese Communist Party is holding its most important meeting of the year over the next four days Oct.25   China 'won't follow US' on carbon
  The minister in charge of climate policy: China will not allow its carbon dioxide emissions per person to reach levels seen in the US

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Dec.4   China 'ill-prepared' for unrest
  China's security chief has warned that the government needs better methods to deal with social unrest due to a slowing economy Dec.28   Bullet train crash 'caused by design flaws'
Map of Wenzhou China  A bullet train crash which killed 40 people in July was caused by design flaws and sloppy management, the Chinese government says

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