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BEIJING - Pro-Tibet activists wrapped themselves in Tibetan flags and lay down in Tiananmen Square on Saturday, their group said, in a protest that breached heavy security surrounding the heart of Beijing for the Olympic Games.
Protesters carry a mock coffin during a march in Hong Kong on Sunday June 1, 2008 to mark the 19th anniversary of China 's bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters centered at Beijing 's Tiananmen Square in June 1989.
BEIJING - Dozens of people remain imprisoned for taking part in the 1989 pro-democracy protests centered in Tiananmen Square, though releasing them would improve China's image ahead of the Beijing Olympics this summer, a human rights group said.
BEIJING - Vice Premier Huang Ju, a key ally of former Chinese President Jiang Zemin who climbed the ranks of Shanghai politics to join the Communist Party's inner sanctum of power, died early Saturday, the official Xinhua News Agency said. He was 68.
Jodi Arias insists she killed lover Travis Alexander in 2008 at his suburban Phoenix home in self-defense during a violent fight. She then took pictures of his body, cleaned the scene, drove to Utah and proceeded to tell a series of lies to cover her tracks. She now says it was such a traumatic experience that she remembers little of the actual killing.
NEW YORK - ABC News led its broadcasts with its own journalists in the news: anchor Bob Woodruff and a cameraman had been seriously injured by a roadside bomb while reporting in Iraq.
MAINZ, Germany - President Bush and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder insisted Wednesday that Iran not develop nuclear weapons, and the two discussed tactics on how to coax Tehran into giving up its nuclear ambitions.
HONG KONG - For Hong Kong’s news media, SARS is the biggest story since Britain handed this former colony back to China in 1997.
Each year in November, crowds of tourists, snowbirds and families with children flock to a popular East Valley art exhibit.
Each year in November, crowds of tourists, snowbirds and families with children flock to a popular East Valley art exhibit. Stroll along Main Street in downtown Mesa on Monday, and you’ll find a harvest of new faces and characters captured in bronze and steel.
SHANGHAI, China - Never heard of Sanjiu? Bluestar? Baosteel? Minmetals? You soon might.