Residential building collapses in Lagos
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Residential building collapses in Lagos

A residential building collapsed in Nigeria’s largest city of Lagos on Wednesday. It’s feared that…

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President Xi Jinping delivers speech at Guildhall 习主席在伦敦市政厅出席晚宴并发言
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President Xi Jinping delivers speech at Guildhall 习主席在伦敦市政厅出席晚宴并发言

Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers speech at a banquet in the Guildhall of London. ©AP

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Still a guessing game with Biden
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Still a guessing game with Biden

Joe Biden is still very much a guessing game among U.S. Democrats. He has backed…

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President Xi: China to import $10 tln, invest $500 bln overseas in 5 yrs
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President Xi: China to import $10 tln, invest $500 bln overseas in 5 yrs

Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a speech at the Guildhall in London on Wednesday, during…

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President Xi Jinping’s full speech at Guildhall banquet 习主席出席伦敦金融城晚宴并发言
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President Xi Jinping’s full speech at Guildhall banquet 习主席出席伦敦金融城晚宴并发言

Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers speech at a banquet in the Guildhall of London. ©AP

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President Xi expects Britain to be strongest supporter of China’s development in 
West
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President Xi expects Britain to be strongest supporter of China’s development in West

“I hope the UK to assume a leading position in the cooperation between China and…

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President Xi Jinping delivers speech at Guildhall 习主席在伦敦市政厅出席晚宴并发言
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Chicago government wants more Chinese interns
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Chicago government wants more Chinese interns

A partnership between Chicago government and Renmin University of China sends Chinese interns to work…

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China’s GDP growth slows to 6.9%,good or bad?
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China’s GDP growth slows to 6.9%,good or bad?

China’s GDP growth slows to 6.9% in the third quarter, the weakest since 2009. Corporate…

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Made in China, 300 years ago
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Made in China, 300 years ago

What did “Made in China” exports look like 300 years ago? An exhibition in Toronto’s…

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