|Title: 公安部消防局原局长于建华少将已转任武警部队副司令员，陆军纪委原副书记王小鸣少将已转任武警部队纪委书记||Submitted By: Admin|
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:45 pm|
|Title: 王春英: 累计结售汇逆差7648亿元人民币（等值1116亿美元）。||Submitted By: Admin|
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:43 pm|
|Title: 桑吉轮沉没海域溢油面积扩大:总面积约101平方公里||Submitted By: Admin|
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:42 pm|
|Title: 美将继续保留在叙军事存在||Submitted By: Admin|
中新社旧金山1月17日电 (记者 刘丹)美国国务卿蒂勒森17日在斯坦福大学介绍特朗普政府稳定叙利亚局势的新战略时说,将继续保持美国在叙利亚的军事存在...
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:06 pm|
|Title: Ex-Twitter Engineer: Users Banned At Request Of Foreign ...||Submitted By: Admin|
Ex-Twitter Engineer: Users Banned At Request Of Foreign ...
Jan 16, 2018 · “Does the Chinese government or anybody, like, do you think they call Twitter and be, like, ... “So, Twitter doesn’t necessarily offer free speech ...
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:12 am|
|Title: Witnesses speaking to the House of Representatives Oversight||Submitted By: Admin|
Witnesses speaking to the House of Representatives Oversight Committee on Tuesday argued that the Obama administration aided Cuban government profits, ignoring demands for justice for American citizens, as it sought closer ties to the communist regime.
García had approached the State Department and issued testimony before Congress of evidence that the state-run China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) had used his port in Santiago for profit:...
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 10:36 am|
|Title: Guo said the dangers stem from the pressure of rising bad de||Submitted By: Admin|
Guo said the dangers stem from the pressure of rising bad debt, imperfect internal risk systems at financial institutions, the relatively high levels of shadow banking activities and rule violations.
All of these risks could upend financial stability through a "black swan" event, Guo told the People's Daily, referring to major, unexpected occurrences.
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:33 am|
|Title: South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha said in Vancouv||Submitted By: Admin|
South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha said in Vancouver she hoped the dialogue would continue well beyond the Olympics, but stressed that existing sanctions must be applied more rigorously.
"These two tools — tough sanctions and pressure on the one hand, and the offer of a different, brighter future on the other — (have) worked hand in hand," she said.
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:26 am|
|Title: Vanity Fair reported Murdoch had been hospitalized in Los An||Submitted By: Admin|
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch hurt his back in a recent sailing accident, according to a note provided to The Associated Press.
Vanity Fair reported Murdoch had been hospitalized in Los Angeles after the accident, citing unidentified people.
|Thu Jan 18, 2018 8:51 am|
|Title: 军委后勤保障部副部长李清杰已兼任该部纪委书记职务。||Submitted By: Admin|
| |1985年8月——1989年9月 中国人民解放军总参某部军医；
|Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:24 pm|
|Title: Interior Minister Nestor Reverol said, Oscar Perez was amon||Submitted By: Admin|
On Tuesday, officials in Venezuela confirmed that a rebellious police officer was among those killed in a violent shootout with security forces. The officer led a brazen helicopter attack in Caracas last year. Interior Minister Nestor Reverol said, Oscar Perez was among the seven who died fighting against police and soldiers Monday in a small mountain community outside of Caracas. He said, two police officers were killed and eight others gravely injured.
|Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:41 pm|
|Title: Wendy Deng may be a Chinese spy. According to Business Insid||Submitted By: Admin|
One of the ex-wives of Rupert Murdoch, Wendi Deng Murdoch grew up in a small town in China as the daughter of two engineers who hoped she'd become a doctor. Now, she's a powerful businesswoman with a varied career, including stints in modelling, real estate, and film production. Now, reports have emerged that Trump advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner was warned that Wendy Deng may be a Chinese spy. According to Business Insider, Deng is an inveterate matchmaker--even helping patch up Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, who at one time broke up over religious differences. Deng says, "Put people together and things can happen."
|Wed Jan 17, 2018 11:55 am|
|Title: New U.S. Congress Bill Could Affect Chinese Companies||Submitted By: Admin|
A new bill making its way through congress would ban Chinese companies from receiving U.S. government contracts. The bill, introduced by Texas GOP representative Mike Conaway, looks to “prohibit the Government from using or contracting with an entity that uses certain telecommunications services or equipment, and for other purposes.” If passed, this means the likes of Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE would be shut out of any future government deals. However, passage of the bill would not affect products from Huawei's availability in the US. While Huawei doesn’t have bundled deals with carriers, their smartphones will still be available.
|Wed Jan 17, 2018 11:04 am|
|Title: The University of Texas at Austin has decided to reject fund||Submitted By: Admin|
The University of Texas at Austin has decided to reject funding for its new China Public Policy Center from a Chinese group affiliated with the nation’s Communist Party.
In a statement, Senator Marco Rubio expressed concern over the efforts to subvert American public policy. “Chinese efforts to influence our public policy and our basic freedoms are much more widespread than most people realize,” he said.
Video surfacing on social media reportedly shows an Iranian soccer stadium chanting “death to the dictator” in unison, a sign that the Islamic regime has failed to quell protests against its oppression.
|Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:02 am|
|Title: President Trump’s national security adviser, H.R. McMaster,||Submitted By: Admin|
According to sources, McMaster met with officials from South Korea and Japan, including Shotaro Yachi, the director of the Japanese national security council.
During the meeting, the group discussed the newly-resumed communications between North Korea and South Korea. They also agreed that these renewed communications – and agreement for North Korea to send athletes to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea next month -- are diversions and have no effect on North Korea leader Kim Jong Un’s nuclear weapons program, the sources said.
McMaster, a noted hawk who is reportedly pushing for Trump to give North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a "bloody nose" by conducting a limited strike on the country, took meetings Saturday and Sunday in San Francisco where he stressed a need for the three countries to present a unified front against Pyongyang, according to the news website Axios.
In the meetings, Axios reports, McMaster dismissed North Korea's recent thawing of tensions and talks to Pyongyang as "diversions," noting that Kim still intended to develop nuclear weapons.
|Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:45 am|
|Title: U.S. officials have been concerned about Chinese government||Submitted By: Admin|
U.S. officials have been concerned about Chinese government efforts to use people with close ties to the administration and with interests or family in China to try to influence policy. For example, Las Vegas casino magnate and Republican National Committee finance chairman Steve Wynn, whose Macau casinos can't operate without a license from the Chinese territory, last year delivered a letter to Mr. Trump from the Chinese government about an alleged fugitive Beijing wants the U.S. to return, the Journal has reported, citing people familiar with the matter. A representative for Mr. Wynn has denied the episode
Generally, U.S. counterintelligence officials have been warning of potential attempts by the Chinese government to exploit ethnic Chinese living in the U.S. who have both access to power and family back in China, giving Beijing leverage.
|Tue Jan 16, 2018 5:00 pm|
|Title: China's Xi Urges Trump to Seek Settlement of Trade Disputes||Submitted By: Admin|
China's Xi Urges Trump to Seek Settlement of Trade Disputes
Bloomberg3 hours ago
Chinese leader Xi Jinping told U.S. President Donald Trump that the two sides must work together to find solutions to trade and economic disputes, state media reported.
|Tue Jan 16, 2018 4:26 pm|
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