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 Issue: October 13, 2015   (Archive)
Tuesday, October 13, 2015   

Jerusalem attacks mark worst bloodshed in latest bout of violence (World)
(30 mins ago)
A pair of Palestinian men boarded a bus in Jerusalem and began shooting and stabbing passengers, while another assailant rammed a car into a bus station before s...   
21 mins ago -  Israeli fire claims 27 Palestinian lives (World)
58 mins ago -  Ernst & Young in the crosshairs for fraudster Madoff’s scam (Business)
1 hr 6 mins ago -  Colossal pumpkin earns bragging rights (World)
1 hr 21 mins ago -  5,000 more to be recruited for government jobs (China)
1 hr 24 mins ago -  Chinese choose Maldives as top island destination (China)
1 hr 30 mins ago -  Beijing fears proxy-war in Syria (China)
1 hr 46 mins ago -  Myanmar may delay poll (World)
1 hr 52 mins ago -  (MERS virus) Infected South Korean returns to hospital (World)
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China Business News
Dozens of police officers continued to search for clues in and around The Peak mansion of one of HSBC's top executives after four burglars made off with valuables worth nearly HK$2.5 million.
China Business News
Two key allies of disgraced former security chief Zhou Yongkang were sentenced to lengthy jail terms yesterday.

  • Mad dash looms for China clash tickets
  • Airline lands in trouble for locker shocker
  • SAR lensman fights weapons rap
  • Scholarism leader marks birthday with Legco prod

  • It's my job but I'll listen to students, says CY
  • Villagers find more Tai Po tombs disturbed
  • Doctors bitten in lost finger review
  • Try goldfish first before you get a dog

  • Rebound keeps going on hopes of more stimulus
  • China Re kicks off IPO
  • Beer sales lose some fizz
  • Small flats big hit with buyers

  • Extremist group prime suspect in peace rally carnage

     Wide-open race
    Action in the Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open will shift into high gear today when Venus Williams and the rest of the favorites take to the courts at Victoria Park.
  • Irish keen to sidestep Cup deja vu

    Hong Kong actor Chow Yun-fat has joined the cast of Cold War 2 - the sequel to the 2012 blockbuster which took HK$44.9 million at the local box office.
  • Hold your fire, 007 told

    The ancient story behind autumn prayers
    Last week we talked about a love story on Double Seventh.

  • Fighting fatigue
  • Nectar of the gods

  • Broad-minded
  • Just the job with IB
  • How not to sabotage your college application
  • Sad decline of Japanese humanities
  • China Business News

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