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Thai rubber protests injure dozens of police

09/17/2013 1:03am
The Thai government said Tuesday it could declare a security emergency in a district of southern Thailand to stamp out violent protests over low rubber prices, a day after dozens of police and demonstrators were injured in rioting.

China sex tape official loses appeal

09/17/2013 1:16am
A southern Chinese court Tuesday upheld the guilty verdict and sentence against the former city official at the heart of a sex tape scandal.

China opens world's highest civilian airport

09/17/2013 2:16am
China has begun flight operations at the world's highest civilian airport in a bid to boost tourism and tighten political control over the country's restive west.

Eiji Toyoda, key figure in Toyota's rise, dies

09/17/2013 3:57am
Eiji Toyoda, a member of Toyota's founding family who helped create the super-efficient "Toyota Way" production method, has died. He was 100.

1 dead, 1 missing in stunt plane crash in China

09/17/2013 7:16am
A U.S. stunt pilot was missing and his Chinese translator dead after their aircraft crashed into a lake in China's northeast on Tuesday, state media reported.
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