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 Issue: August 29, 2014   (Archive)
Saturday, August 30, 2014   

'Police prepared for civil disobedience' (Hong Kong)
(08-29 19:12)
The Security Secretary Lai Tung-kwok says local law enforcement agencies have made all necessary preparations for potential 'Occupy Central' civil disobedien...   
08-29 18:26 -  WeChat closes, suspends hundreds of accounts (China)
08-29 18:24 -  Arson attack interrupts Berlin public transport (World)
08-29 18:15 -  (Football) United's Kagawa closer to return to Dortmund (Sports)
08-29 17:39 -  Eurozone inflation falls in August (Business)
08-29 17:21 -  Greek FM jet makes safe unscheduled landing (World)
08-29 17:18 -  EU weighs Ukraine policy, Russia sanctions (World)
08-29 17:02 -  Hang Seng finishes flat (Business)
08-29 16:30 -  Pro-Russian rebels, Ukraine target civilians: UN (World)
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China Business News
Graftbusters swoop on Lai and lawmaker Lee
Anti-graft officers swooped on the homes of media mogul Jimmy Lai Chee- ying and Labour Party lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan yesterday over alleged conflicts of interest involving a HK$500,000 donation from Lai.
China Business News
It's political persecution: Mo
Questions were raised on the timing of the graft-busters' raids.

  • Big, bold vow of Occupy pioneer
  • Sales slump extends
  • Teen gets life for killing father
  • Town called to account over mass sex abuse

  • Timber racket: 23 charged
  • Topkids strike rock bottom in nursery search
  • New rules on licenses win support
  • Poll backs hostel curbs

  • ICBC mulls massive share issue
  • IPOs' return lifts CITIC Securities
  • China Life feels market pinch as premiums slip
  • Gambling debt hangs over fraud-scandal hit firm

  • Boot for sex-drugs doc
  • Ex-PM off murder raps
  • Ebola cases could top 20,000, warns WHO

    Wish you were here
    Peng Shuai admits she feels the huge burden of Chinese expectation in the absence of superstar Li Na after stunning Polish fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska at the US Open.

    Stupidity goes beyond ice bucket parents
    The Ice Bucket Challenge is a charitable drive in which people pour a bucket of ice water on themselves and share the video clips on the internet.

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