2019-03: China

  1. Fears for dozens trapped for days in Indonesian mine as oxygen runs short (The Guardian)2019-03-01
  2. Why China doesn't want to get caught in the middle of a India-Pakistan conflict (CNN)2019-03-01
  3. South Sudan peace deal breaking up, church warns (Daily Nation)2019-03-01
  4. Pompeo promises intervention if Philippines is attacked in South China Sea amid rising Chinese militarization (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  5. Pompeo: US to make sure China can’t blockade South China Sea (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  6. Forget tango: the murga of Buenos Aires is a riot of sequins and salvation (The Guardian)2019-03-01
  7. China urges lifting sanctions as part of US-N. Korea talks (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  8. China touts engineering feats of new international airport (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  9. China is blocking World Bank report that calls for state-owned enterprise reform (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  10. Vodafone sorry over See You Jimmy 'joke' amid Glasgow job cuts (BBC)2019-03-01
  11. China bans 23m 'discredited' citizens from buying travel tickets (The Guardian)2019-03-01
  12. European Indoors: GB's Katarina Johnson-Thompson throws lifetime best in pentathlon shot put (BBC)2019-03-01
  13. Fellaini scores winner on debut in China (BBC)2019-03-01
  14. Security experts say US likely exaggerating Huawei threat (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-01
  15. Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes driver braced for 'toughest battle yet' (BBC)2019-03-01
  16. Justin Trudeau’s horrible, no good, very bad week just got worse (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  17. Justin Trudeau’s horrible, no good, very bad week just got worse (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  18. Canada Expected to Proceed With Extradition Hearing of Chinese Tech Executive (New York Times)2019-03-01
  19. Canada approves extradition hearing against top Huawei executive (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-01
  20. Canada to proceed with extradition case against Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou (Washington Post)2019-03-01
  21. Solomon Islands oil leak: lack of night watch may have caused ship to run aground (The Guardian)2019-03-02
  22. Ferrari fastest, Mercedes 'not perfect', Verstappen 'optimistic' - how do F1 teams stand after final test? (BBC)2019-03-02
  23. Canada approves Huawei extradition proceedings sparking ire from China (The Guardian)2019-03-02
  24. Donald Trump asks China to abolish tariffs on US farm produce (The Guardian)2019-03-02
  25. Trump urges China to remove tariffs on agricultural products (Daily Nation)2019-03-02
  26. He Needed a Job. China Gave Him One: Locking Up His Fellow Muslims. (New York Times)2019-03-02
  27. Starbucks fans fight over limited edition 'cat paw cups' in China (CNN)2019-03-02
  28. Can China recover from its disastrous one-child policy? (The Guardian)2019-03-02
  29. China's Xi Jinping faces doubts as legislature meets (Daily Nation)2019-03-03
  30. Revealed: Ukip membership surge shifts party to far right (The Guardian)2019-03-03
  31. Huawei CFO suing Canada, its border agency and the RCMP (Washington Post)2019-03-03
  32. 60 years after Dalai Lama fled, China defends Tibet policies (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  33. Ethiopia Airline crash: China grounds Boeing 737 Max 8 jets in wake of disaster (The Guardian)2019-03-11
  34. Donor claimed Chinese clients could mingle with Trump (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-11
  35. China Orders Airlines to Ground All Boeing 737 Max 8 Aircraft (New York Times)2019-03-11
  36. China orders airlines to ground Boeing 737 MAX 8 after crash (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-11
  37. China grounds Boeing 737 Max 8 planes after Ethiopia crash (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  38. Kazakh police arrest activist who campaigned for human rights in Xinjiang (The Guardian)2019-03-11
  39. China database lists 'breedready' status of 1.8 million women (The Guardian)2019-03-11
  40. Ethiopia grounds Boeing aircraft involved in devastating crash that killed all aboard (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  41. Tesla to raise prices and keep more stores open (BBC)2019-03-11
  42. U.S. think tank leaders urge China to release Canadian researcher, citing threat to ties (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  43. Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  44. China optimistic it will win war against pollution (Daily Nation)2019-03-11
  45. Court puts Kazakh activist under house arrest (Washington Post)2019-03-11
  46. Will Tibetans have a homeland of their own? (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-11
  47. Andrew Robb blames Turnbull and Joyce for 'toxic' relationship with China (The Guardian)2019-03-11
  48. Xi's new look is a power move (CNN)2019-03-12
  49. Elon Musk says court should reject request to hold him in contempt (CNN)2019-03-12
  50. China official says West using Christianity to 'subvert' power (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-12
  51. Macron shuffles his cards in Djibouti, hoping to hold China at bay (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-12
  52. Western powers using Christianity to 'subvert' China, says religious official (The Guardian)2019-03-12
  53. Peppa Pig safe as Chinese courts crack down on counterfeits (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-12
  54. US envoy calls China’s Muslim camps ‘horrific,’ wants probe (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  55. China says navy jet crashes, two pilots killed. (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  56. China says 2 pilots killed in crash of navy jet (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  57. China’s ban on the Boeing 737 Max inspires others and ramps up pressure on the FAA (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  58. China says Muslim ‘training’ centers will slowly disappear (Washington Post)2019-03-12
  59. China says Xinjiang has 'boarding schools', not 'concentration camps' (The Star)2019-03-12
  60. Boeing 737 MAX: UK joins countries blocking aircraft (Daily Nation)2019-03-12
  61. How the Chinese government restricts the use of the internet (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-12
  62. YouTuber Olivia Jade caught up in US college admissions scandal (The Guardian)2019-03-12
  63. New US ambassador warns of China’s ‘payday loan diplomacy’ (Washington Post)2019-03-13
  64. China launches new rhetorical broadside against Taiwan (Washington Post)2019-03-13
  65. The Monlam great prayer festival in Tibet – a photo essay (The Guardian)2019-03-13
  66. Vietnam’s Communist Party Ousts Historian Who Criticized Its China Policy (New York Times)2019-03-13
  67. Africa could learn a lot from China (The Star)2019-03-13
  68. 'Pure fabrications': China on Uighur internment camp conditions (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-13
  69. New US ambassador warns of China’s ‘payday loan diplomacy’ (Washington Post)2019-03-13
  70. Activist Accused of Inciting Hatred Helped Kazakhs Flee China’s Camps (New York Times)2019-03-13
  71. 2 Chinese pandas to arrive in Denmark in April (Washington Post)2019-03-13
  72. A Flurry of Ideas to Reverse China’s Declining Birthrate, but Will Beijing Listen? (New York Times)2019-03-13
  73. Chinese parents storm primary school in rotten food row (The Guardian)2019-03-13
  74. Chinese students graded on number of WeChat friends (BBC)2019-03-13
  75. A Chinese swimming star was cleared over a missed doping test. Now a world body is appealing that decision. (Washington Post)2019-03-13
  76. China is 'in a league of its own' on human rights violations, Pompeo says (The Guardian)2019-03-13
  77. China at UN delays bid to blacklist Jaish-e-Muhammad leader (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-13
  78. How safe is Boeing's 737 MAX 8 aircraft? (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-13
  79. China Asserts Its Air Safety Bona Fides After Boeing Crash (New York Times)2019-03-13
  80. Indonesia says election under attack from Chinese, Russian hackers (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-03-14
  81. US Navy flagship visits Manila after sailing in disputed sea (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  82. U.S. Steps Up Criticism of China for Detentions in Xinjiang (New York Times)2019-03-14
  83. Cao Shunli died five years ago. She stood up to China on human rights, and so must we | Frances Eve (The Guardian)2019-03-14
  84. Who is Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei? (CNN)2019-03-14
  85. Asian stocks edge up on stimulus hopes after Chinese data (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  86. Passengers tracked down after man on Cathay Pacific flight got measles (The New Zealand Herald)2019-03-14
  87. China’s auto sales contraction worsens in February (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  88. Asian stocks mixed after Chinese industrial data disappoints (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  89. China rejects US criticism of its abuse of Muslim minorities (Al-Jazeera)2019-03-14
  90. China hits back at US 'prejudice' in human rights tit-for-tat row (The Guardian)2019-03-14
  91. Kazakh activist complains of pressure by authorities (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  92. China accuses US of prejudice over human rights issues (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  93. Chinese police say they used ‘minimum’ tear gas to disperse fuming parents in food safety scandal (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  94. Chinese police: ‘Minimum’ tear gas used to disperse upset parents in food safety scandal (Washington Post)2019-03-14
  95. Times Insider: How Our Former Beijing Bureau Chief Found Himself on a Bullet Train in Saudi Arabia (New York Times)2019-03-14
  96. China’s Slowdown Already Hit Its Factories. Now Its Offices Are Hurting, Too. (New York Times)2019-03-14
  97. Pollutionwatch: China shows how political will can take on air pollution (The Guardian)2019-03-14
  98. Chinese lawmakers endorse technology law amid US pressure (Washington Post)2019-03-15
  99. China’s premier says more “preferential policies” coming for Taiwan, stresses “peaceful reunification” (Washington Post)2019-03-15
  100. Premier: China will offer Taiwan ‘preferential policies’ (Washington Post)2019-03-15

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