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 Issue: September 02, 2014   (Archive)
Wednesday, September 3, 2014   

  
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Pro-democracy group admits likely defeat (Hong Kong)
(09-02 18:50)
Organizers of a pro-democracy group who vowed to take over Hong Kong's streets admitted Tuesday they were powerless to change China's plan to vet candidates ...   
09-02 19:07 -  Ebola kills 31 people in DR Congo: WHO (World)
09-02 19:02 -  China fines insurance firms for fee fixing (Business)
09-02 19:00 -  Uber car pick-up service banned in Germany (World)
09-02 18:48 -  Dutch foreign ministerb may get EU Commission job: reports (World)
09-02 18:39 -  German new car sales stable in August: data (Business)
09-02 17:59 -  British deputy PM criticizes ill boy case (World)
09-02 17:55 -  'Grave concerns' over food shortages in Ebola-hit nations: UN (World)
09-02 17:54 -  Hang Seng ends flat, Shanghai soars (Business)
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China Business News
Jumbo site awarded
Sino Land (0083) and Chinese Estates (0127) have won the mega Kwun Tong redevelopment project of the Urban Renewal Authority on its second tender.
China Business News
Hecklers pepper-sprayed
Police used pepper spray yesterday to disperse activists trying to force their way into a hall where a top Beijing official was explaining why the central government did not grant full democracy to Hong Kong.


  • Set aside differences for sake of suffrage, says Li
  • Jumbo site awarded
  • Hecklers pepper-sprayed
  • Tycoon in call to go forward


  • Female tutor, 21, on teen sex rap
  • Eyes wide open about caring for a dog
  • Testing time arrives for Ebola teams
  • Don't miss beat on heart rhythms, urges doctor



  • Gaming revenue takes hit as high rollers play it safe
  • Fund manager offloads HSBC stake
  • Mixed signals on pay cuts as CCB earnings rise
  • Spill for juice maker


  • Putin urges `common sense' on new sanctions threat
  • Mob in more Pakistan clashes
  • NZ office carnage ends in arrest


    United in Falcao swoop
    Manchester United swooped from nowhere to make Radamel Falcao the surprise big signing on the last day of Europe's record-breaking summer transfer window.



    Full frontal assault on celeb privacy
    Nude photos purportedly showing many top stars, including Oscar- winner Jennifer Lawrence and pop star Rihanna, bounced around social media at the weekend in an apparent massive hacking leak.

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    Academic highs for those who deserve it
    Many readers and clients often ask me if feng shui really works. I tell them that feng shui often works only for those who deserve it. Today I will further illustrate that certain settings are prone to academic excellence.




  • Piling on the layers
  • Surgeries take on a new dimension


  • Nail the problem
  • Prenatal anti-depressants 'can affect baby'
  • Pola expedition


  • Drawing up a life path
  • The best in business
  • China Business News

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