BEIJING, DEC. 15 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese foreign ministry was authorized to release last week a position paper of the government on the matter of jurisdiction in the South China Sea arbitration initiated by the Republic of the Philippines. The ... Xinhua News Agency, 1 week ago
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Asia Dec. 15, 2014 - Updated 11:43 UTC A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman has indicated that the country will closely watch Japan's security policy in the wake of the Japanese ruling parties' winning of a two-thirds majority in Sunday's ...NHK, 1 week ago
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will pay a visit to Kazakhstan, Serbia and Thailand from Dec. 14 to 20, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei announced on Wednesday.
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Q: British Prime Minister David Cameron's official spokesman said on Monday that it was mistaken and counter-productive for China to block the investigation group from the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee from entering Hong Kong, and the ...China Embassy, 3 weeks ago
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