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China discipline warning over Bo   China's official news agency Xinhua has warned that no-one, no matter what rank, will be immune from Communist Party discipline German tourists among 6 killed in bus crash Cambodia's ex-King Sihanouk dies  Cambodia's former King Norodom Sihanouk - a revered figure in his country - has died of a heart attack aged 89 China parliament expels Bo Xilai  Chinese lawmakers have formally expelled disgraced politician Bo Xilai from the top legislature, state media has announced   Hu Jintao opens Chinese congress
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B. 01-06 China warns US on Asia strategy Beijing
C. 01-13 Scuffles halt China iPhone sales Beijing
D. 02-05 Beijing defends Syria veto at UN Beijing
4. 02-13 China vice-president in US visit Washington
02-14 China's Xi defends rights record Washington
6. 02-15 China's Xi meets with congressional leaders U.S. Congress
7. 02-15 China's next leader visits Iowa Muscatine, Iowa
8. 02-16 Xi Jinping on last leg of US trip Los Angeles
J. 03-04 China's military budget tops $100bn Beijing

  Escape overshadows US-China talks   US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China, where the escape of a Chinese activist threatens to overshadow key talks Chinese activist wants to go to U.S.  Chen Guangcheng who walked out of the U.S. Embassy after what officials said was a decision he had made on his own said that he regrets the move 'No China war footing' over shoal  China has denied reports its military forces are preparing for war amid tensions over a disputed territory in the South China Sea Chen tells U.S. lawmakers of reprisals  A Chinese human rights activist told U.S. lawmakers Tuesday that his relatives continue to suffer government reprisals China's Chen 'set to fly to US' China hits back on U.S. human rights  China criticized a 'woeful' human rights record in the United States, a day after a U.S. report said Beijing's own record is getting worse China arrests Tiananmen activists Map of Tiananmen Square China  China has arrested activists and placed others under increased surveillance to stop them from marking the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown Putin arrives for key China visit New China and Russia in group talks China cuts rates as growth slows  China has cut its key interest rates for the first time since 2008, in an attempt to boost its slowing growth China pledges credit for Africa  China has pledged $20bn in credit for Africa over the next three years, in a push for closer ties and increased trade Heaviest rain in 60 years kills dozens China doubles Beijing flood death toll   China hosts aide to Syria's Assad   Bouthaina Shaaban has flown to China for talks on the crisis, officials say   Chemical weapons 'excuse for US'   Chinese state media have accused US President Barack Obama of planning to use Syria's chemical weapons as an excuse for intervening militari... Japan and North Korea renew talks Clinton meets Hu amid sea tension Absent Chinese VP prompts rumours Vice-President Xi Jinping in public appearance China's Xi Jinping meets Panetta China Communist Party ousts Bo Xilau
China warns US on Asia strategy Scuffles halt China iPhone sales   Beijing defends Syria veto at UN  Chinese state-run media have defended Beijing's veto of a UN resolution condemning Syria's crackdown on anti-government protesters   China vice-president in US visit   The man likely to become China's next leader, Vice-President Xi Jinping, has begun a closely watched visit to the United States   China's Xi defends rights record   China's leader-in-waiting, Xi Jinping, has defended his country's human rights record, at a State Department lunch China's Xi meets with congressional leaders China's next leader visits Iowa Xi Jinping on last leg of US trip China's military budget tops $100bn China begins parliament session U.S., North Korean officials meet about food aid China's Wen says 'reforms urgent' China arrests over coup rumours China jails land rights lawyer Ni China increases US debt holding China pledges N Korea friendship China dissident 'in US embassy'

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  Chen Guangcheng is in the US embassy in Beijing following his dramatic escape from house arrest, fellow activist Hu Jia has told the BBC
 Chen - who is blind - had scaled a high wall and was driven hundreds of kilometres to Beijing

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  The politician, who fell from grace amid a scandal, has been expelled from the Communist Party and relieved of his duties, is to face criminal charges

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  Chinese President Hu Jintao has opened a Communist Party congress that begins a once-in-a-decade power transfer with a stark warning on corruption
Nov.13   China's party congress wraps up  Communist Party is concluding a week-long congress that will usher in the new leaders. 2,200 delegates are choosing a new Central Committee Nov.14     Xi heads new Chinese leadership
  Xi Jinping has been confirmed as the man chosen to lead China for the next decade as his elevation to the top of China's ruling Communist Party
 He led the new Politburo Standing Committee out onto the stage at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Xi replaces Hu Jintao. He was followed by Li Keqiang, the man set to succeed Premier Wen Jiabao. The size of the Standing Committee had been reduced from 9 to 7

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Dec.25   China opens longest bullet route Map of Guangzhou China
  China has officially opened the world's longest high-speed rail route, linking the capital Beijing with the southern commercial hub of Guangzhou
Dec.28   China tightens rules on internet
  China has tightened its rules on internet usage to enforce a previous requirement that users fully identify themselves to service providers

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