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In cyberspy vs. cyberspy, China has the edge

As America and China grow more economically and financially intertwined, the two nations have also stepped up spying on each other. Today, most of that is done electronically, with computers rather than listening devices in chandeliers or human moles in tuxedos.Full story

Developing nations' rise poses risks for rich ones

The world's biggest economies are recovering from the Great Recession at troublesome speeds: too fast or too slow. Full story

Chinese road accident kills 14 school children

A three-wheeled vehicle plunged into a creek in foggy conditions in central China on Monday killing at least 14 children on their way to primary school, state media reported. Full story

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China coal mine blast kills 25, traps 11

Coal mine explosion kills 46 in China

Internet cafes close ahead of exams in China


  Dozens feared dead in China landslides

Rescuers continue to search for 44 people who are missing after landslides hit central China, where 17 people have already died. Contessa Brewer reports.

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A group wedding couples rides cycle carts as part of a mass wedding ceremony at a park in Wuhan, in central China's Hubei province on May 1, 2011. The event was held as part of the May Day holiday. CHINA OUT