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Google faces pressure as China to decide on license

Google Inc could face further pressure for its other products in China as Beijing is due to decide whether or not to renew a license for the firm's flagship search engine in the world's largest Internet market.Full story

Graft probe shakes up China's aviation sector

An aviation official has killed himself and at least two airline executives have lost their jobs as authorities investigate suspected corruption within the highly regulated industry, reports said Tuesday. Full story

HK legislators accuse gov't of curbing free speech

Hong Kong lawmakers on Wednesday criticized the government's decision to seize statues commemorating China's 1989 crackdown on protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, saying it infringed on freedom of speech which was promised to the former British colony. Full story

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  Great Chinese Bubble Debate

CNBC's Erin Burnett is in Beijing with a close look at US representatives and CEOs in China and whether there is a bubble in the Chinese economy.

  Man stabs kindergarten students in China

This is the latest in a string of similiar attacks. NBC's Adrienne Mong reports from Beijing

  Beijing residents fed up with stench

City officials in Beijing, China, are deploying over 100 canons of deodorant to clear up the smell emanating from area garbage dumps.

  Cannon sprays deodorant on Beijing's trash

China officials make good on their promise to try to cover up the trash stench coming from landfills in Beijing by spraying a deodorant cannon.'s Dara Brown reports.

  China quake rescue hampered by epicenter's isolation

A series of earthquakes has slammed China, near the Tibet border. A thousand miles away in Beijing, the Chinese government is mobilizing rescue teams. NBC's Adrienne Mong reports.

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