Canadian murder suspect arrested in Berlin

最新消息,涉嫌在加拿大殺害並肢解中國留學生林俊的兇手、29歲色情男星Luka Rocco Magnotta已經在德國柏林落網…

China responds to US plan to shift military power

中國外交部發言人劉為民北京時間週一表示,美國方面人為突出軍事安全議程、加強軍事部署、強化軍事同盟的這些做法都是不合時宜的…

Canada: Victims’ body parts belong to Chinese student

加拿大日前發生一起駭人聽聞的碎屍案。兇手不但將殺人過程把視頻傳至網上,還將屍體碎塊寄往加拿大兩大政黨總部。警方週五表示,受害人是一名中國留學生…

China opposes Phillipines’ move

中國外交部發言人洪磊北京時間5月22日表示,中方強烈反對菲律賓拉攏第三方介入黃岩島事件,這將使事件進一步升級,甚至改變性質…

Philippines-China standoff could spin out of hand

It started like many other minor confrontations over the specks of isles dotting some of the world’s busiest shipping lanes…

China approves supply dock in disputed islands

China’s government said Thursday that it has approved a provincial proposal to build a supply dock in the South China Sea…

UK minister: Briton killed in China was not a spy

Britain’s Foreign Secretary says a U.K. businessman who died in suspicious circumstances in China was not working as a British spy…

The ones to watch: medal hopefuls for London

Wednesday marks 100 days until the London Olympics, making it a good time to look at some of the athletes who will be thrilling sports fans on the biggest of stages this summer…

UK raises Briton’s murky death in China talks

Britain’s senior politicians urged China on Tuesday to ensure that an investigation into the suspicious murder of a British businessman is free from political meddling and quickly uncovers the facts…

Screening Room: THE LADY

To understand the revered status of Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), you have to know what she has gone through…

London hotels: pamper wealthy Olympic guests

Most of London’s most exclusive hotels have been booked for the Olympics…

Strong 7.4 quake shakes Mexico City

A strong 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit Mexico on Tuesday, shaking central and southern parts of the country…

Despite China’s concerns, N. Korea plans launch

North Korea said the launching of the satellite is part to our right to develop space programs…

Obama warns China against ‘skirting the rules’

President Barack Obama warned China Tuesday that it would not be allowed to gain a competitive advantage in world trade by “skirting the rules…”

Activists launch viral video on Africa atrocities

American filmmakers who reported on wartime atrocities in Africa for a 50-minute work called “Invisible Children” drew more attention…

Independent group inspecting Apple suppliers

Apple said Monday that an independent group, the Fair Labor Association, has started looking into working conditions in the Chinese factories where its iPads and iPhones are assembled…

China rejects criticism of its veto on Syria resolution

Intense blasts echoed through the ravaged Syrian city of Homs on Monday after a weekend bloodbath ended in hundreds of deaths there, local activists said…

China overseas luxury consumption tops world list

Consumers traveling overseas from Chinese Mainland have spent a total of 7.2 billion U.S. dollars on luxury goods during the Spring Festival holiday…

Wen says China might contribute to Europe fund

China’s premier said Thursday that Beijing might contribute to European bailout funds…

Asia to power world economy in 2012

The global economic slowdown will affect Asia this year but the region will remain the economic powerhouse of the world, led by China, India and Indonesia…

Powerful quake hits off western Indonesia

A powerful earthquake has hit waters of western Indonesia, prompting local officials to issue a tsunami warning.

China: Rolls Royce sales soar despite recession

Rolls Royce sales soar despite recession, China emerges as main market…

Bay Area’s Korea town react to Kim Jong Il’s death

North Korean leader Kim Jong-il’s death drew mixed reactions in the Bay Area’s Korean American community….

North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, 69, has died

Kim Jong Il, North Korea’s mercurial and enigmatic longtime leader, has died of heart failure. He was 69…

Panetta formally shuts down US war in Iraq

The U.S. military has formally shut down the war in Iraq with a ceremony retiring the flag of U.S. Forces-Iraq…

UK giant pandas venture outside for first time

The first giant pandas to live in Britain in nearly two decades made their highly anticipated UK media debut on Monday…

Airplane crashes into Philippine school, 13 killed

A light aeroplane crashed into a school building on Saturday near the Philippine capital after its pilot requested an emergency landing…

Milk powder from Japan not radiation contaminated

Center for food safety in Hong Kong said on Tuesday that the milk powder imported from Japan were safe enough for babies…

Pandas Sweetie and Sunshine taken to zoo

Two giant pandas from China have arrived at Edinburgh Zoo, where they will become the first pandas to live in Britain in nearly two decades.

Honda announces global recall for air-bag problems

Honda Motor Co. is recalling 304,000 vehicles globally for air-bags that may inflate with too much pressure in a crash…