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China’s cities begin to feel social unrest

Written by By Rina Nakano, CNN China is bracing for social unrest after a central city's financial high-rise collapsed this week, killing over 50 people, according to a report by Chinese state media. The...

BREAKING: Alexander Acosta fires 7,000 potential flu patients

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta announced Thursday that “nearly 7,000 workers” who contract influenza will be fired by Friday. “We are taking these action because of the threat to public health,” Acosta said in a...

Evergrande chief: Chinese real estate giant returning to global arena

Evergrande Group chairman Wu Xiaohui says the Chinese property giant will become one of the leading real estate companies in the world following a series of high-profile projects in recent years. Mr. Wu said...

Stock markets fall across globe

Image copyright AFP Image caption The Hong Kong-listed shares of Evergrande plummeted more than 30% US markets have suffered their worst day of the year on news that China was considering its own measures...

Outsiders’ tip: clean up the Suez canal

It seems the very ideal would to be a safe passage across the Suez Canal to the Indian Ocean. But the canal locks and their Suez Canal Queens need 80,000 tonnes of sand every...

How to remove: The safest methods to remove tattoos

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Keystone XL Pipeline opponents pool their resources to resist the proposed project

Every spring, Indian people practice a sacred ritual called yulgari or “lulling in the water.” In it, a river is bathed in pure water, so that as many people as possible are permitted to...

NHS workers are losing health security skills

By Patrick Haggerty BBC News If we are to succeed in tackling this new approach to health and wellbeing, we need to do more to protect health workers themselves. These are the messages from...

Latest Chinese billionaire arrest as Hong Kong fights back

The arrest in Hong Kong of a billionaire Chinese property mogul has attracted international attention, though Chinese authorities have released very little information about the case. In late January, Hui Ka Yan was arrested...

China ready to cement its foothold in global finance

Photo When Evergrande officials unveiled plans in January to offer money-market options to investors in its trading unit in Hong Kong, there was a minor uproar among global money managers that have traditionally ruled...

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