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 Issue: October 21, 2014   (Archive)
Tuesday, October 21, 2014   

Key Chinese Communist Party meeting opens in Beijing (China)
(10-20 11:37)
Leaders of China's ruling Communist Party opened a highly-anticipated meeting Monday, as state media emphasized the need to tighten control over the country'...   
10-20 17:49 -  EU's Barroso warns Britain against bloc exit (World)
10-20 17:46 -  Liverpool anthem latest cry of Hong Kong protesters (Hong Kong)
10-20 15:59 -  'Little Apple': The hit song all of China is singing (China)
10-20 15:54 -  Key Chinese Communist Party meeting opens in Beijing (China)
10-20 15:46 -  Japan loses two female ministers over cash scandals (World)
10-20 15:42 -  Hong Kong protest leaders ridicule 'external forces' claim (Hong Kong)
10-20 15:40 -  Comet Siding Spring whizzes past Mars (World)
10-20 15:38 -  Australia abandons controversial niqab segregation plan (World)
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China Business News
Qatar buys into Sogo
Hong Kong's suffering retail sector has received a vote of confidence with Qatar's sovereign investment fund buying a big chunk of Sogo.
China Business News
Court outlaws Mong Kok, Admiralty protests
The High Court has granted temporary injunctions to three applicants including CITIC Tower that bar protesters from blocking roads in Mong Kok and Admiralty.

  • Court outlaws Mong Kok, Admiralty protests
  • Abe double whammy as female chiefs quit
  • Beefed-up measures to stop Ebola in its tracks
  • Breakthrough hope as rules for talks set out

  • Call for boundary body as squatter disputes increase
  • What a relief as docs pinpoint pee problem
  • So-smelly Molly laughs off mud bath
  • `Agitated' Chan tells of $11m loss

  • Sha Tin enters mix amid Lohas race
  • Rivalry hurts China Mobile
  • Occupy not slowing Connect says Tsang
  • StanChart flayed over UAE move

  • Widodo offers his hand to Indonesian foes
  • Kate will give birth to No2 during April
  • Japanese court comes up with prison printout for 3D gunmaker
  • Turkey turnabout in helping Kurds

    `Selfish' nations jibe
    Jose Mourinho criticized the treatment of some of his Chelsea players on international duty after the manager revealed Diego Costa will miss the Champions League Group G clash with Maribor tomorrow (HK time).

    Not just a war movie as trauma hits home
    Brad Pitt says his new movie Fury, a brutal depiction of World War II, seeks to recognize the psychological trauma endured by soldiers.

    Constant change makes world goes round
    The formation of the Earth has been through four ice ages and countless tectonic plate movements.

  • Out to launch
  • Wake up to the music

  • Lose some, gain some
  • Modern look for traditional remedies
  • Breast friends
  • Richness personified

  • The beauty of science
  • With privileges come responsibility
  • Freedom from fees
  • China Business News

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