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 Issue: July 23, 2014   (Archive)
Wednesday, July 23, 2014   

Talks begin between pan-democrats, CS (Hong Kong)
(07-23 17:31)
Pan-Democratic legislators have started talks with the Chief Secretary, Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, over political reform. A prime focus of the meeting ...   
07-23 19:17 -  (Cycling) Shin injury forces Contador out of Spanish Vuelta (Sports)
07-23 19:16 -  (NBA) James apologizes to neighbors (Sports)
07-23 19:15 -  Italian former official arrested over graft charge (World)
07-23 18:59 -  Adele's son wins privacy case (World)
07-23 18:53 -  China Eastern Airlines test in-flight wifi (Business)
07-23 18:50 -  (Football) Barca signs Mathieu (Sports)
07-23 18:40 -  Foreigner in Israel killed by Gaza mortar (World)
07-23 18:25 -  (Flight MH17) Black boxes arrive in UK (World)
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China flight-delay chaos
Thousands of air travelers are stranded or face long delays with some of China's busiest airports reducing traffic by 25 percent because of large-scale military exercises.
China Business News
Did nothing wrong: Lai lashes out on cash row
Next Media boss and strident Beijing critic Jimmy Lai Chee-ying said he did nothing wrong in donating some HK$40 million to pan-democrats, including five legislators, insisting it was his own personal money to hand out and not received from foreign governments.

  • Did nothing wrong: Lai lashes out on cash row
  • China flight-delay chaos
  • New leaf as book fair visitors soar
  • Rules clear on conflict of interests

  • Dad tells teacher: wed teen daughter or leave her alone
  • Brother held after fatal fistfight
  • Trapped trucker loses leg
  • Lightning blitz as typhoon heat hits

  • Home run for Cheung Kong
  • Leaner IPO for pork giant
  • Telecom plays catch-up with 4G launch
  • Stocks follow capital lead

  • MH17 bodies on final trip home
  • Indonesia poll sees reformer clinch victory
  • Body of ferry tycoon found

    Glasgow set for Games pageant
    "You bet we're ready," declared Glasgow's council leader as the Scottish city once again welcomed the world to the banks of the River Clyde for the 20th Commonwealth Games.

    Here's lookin' at you, Bonhams
    The iconic piano from Hollywood romance Casablanca goes on sale at auction in New York in November, the highlight of more than two dozen collectors' items from the fabled wartime classic.

    Why our banks prosper as others struggle
    "Don't trust your money with strangers." It is time to revisit the honored wisdom of investing.

  • Fiesta time

  • Pilgrim's progress
  • All fired up
  • Flight club
  • Save on Samui
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