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  • Shakespeare gets performance art treatment at Norfolk festival

    Shakespeare gets performance art treatment at Norfolk festival
    Norfolk Festevents and Virginia Stage Company are again teaming up for a free outdoor performance art event July 25-27 in Norfolk's Town Point Park. "Moon Take Thy Flight" will explore the story of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" using actors,...
  • Chinese prosecutors detain top TV news anchor

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Prosecutors detained a top Chinese news anchor shortly before a nightly broadcast, state media reported, as authorities extend anti-corruption efforts deeper into the country's media industry. Rui Chenggang, the popular host of...
  • Apple iPhone a danger to China national security: state media

    Apple iPhone a danger to China national security: state media
    BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese state media branded Apple Inc's iPhone a threat to national security because of the smartphone's ability to track and time-stamp user locations. A report by broadcaster CCTV on Friday criticized the iPhone's "Frequent...
  • China's top paper says no place for a 'new cold war' with U.S.

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China and the United States must avoid a "new cold war" in their international relations, China's top newspaper said on Saturday, in the wake of high level talks in Beijing between senior leaders of the world's two largest economies....
  • After short revival, Google service disruptions in China return

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Google Inc services were once again being disrupted in China on Friday after a brief respite on Thursday, users and an anti-censorship group reported, continuing more than a month of severe disruption. Features such as Google's...
  • China sentences 32 in Xinjiang for 'terror' videos

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China sentenced 32 people in its western Xinjiang region to prison terms for downloading or sending "violent terror" videos, state media said, as authorities crackdown on people they say are Islamists and separatists behind recent...
  • Britain 'seriously concerned' over Hong Kong press freedom

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - A British government report on Hong Kong expresses "serious concerns" about press freedom and self-censorship in its former colony and about reports that leading British banks had pulled advertising from a local pro-democracy...
  • China June trade data misses forecasts, doubts over economy linger

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's trade performance improved in June but still missed market forecasts, reinforcing expectations that Beijing will have to unveil more stimulus measures to stabilize the economy and meet its 2014 growth target. Exports rose 7....
  • China dismisses planned Macau democracy vote as meaningless

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - China has dismissed as meaningless a proposed referendum on democracy in its southern gambling hub of Macau, a poll that would follow in the footsteps of a similar informal vote in nearby Hong Kong. Three activist groups said on...
  • China says more than half of foreign aid given to Africa

    BEIJING (Reuters) - More than half of China's foreign aid of over $14 billion between 2010 and 2012 was directed to Africa, the government said on Thursday, underscoring Beijing's interest in the resource-rich continent to fuel its economy. Some...
  • China, U.S. to avoid disorderly, competitive currency depreciation

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China and the United States have agreed to avoid sustained, disorderly and competitive currency depreciation, the Chinese government said on Thursday after annual high-level talks between the two countries. China also agreed to...
  • Chinese hackers pursue key data on U.S. workers: NYT

    Chinese hackers pursue key data on U.S. workers: NYT
    (Reuters) - Chinese hackers broke into the computer networks of the U.S. government agency that keeps the personal information of all federal employees in March, the New York Times reported, citing senior U.S. officials. The hackers appeared to be...