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China Executes Briton Accused Of Smuggling Drugs

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Conspiracy Theories 'Stamped In DNA' Of Pakistanis

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By early 2008, Chen Hong had more than doubled his salary at this factory, which makes furniture for export to the U.S. Surrounding Guangdong province was suffering from a labor shortage so migrants like Chen could pick and choose where they worked. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Pakistan Court Declares Amnesty Law Illegal

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Workers in Shanghai walk on the roof of the Theme Pavilion, built for the World Expo 2010. The roof is covered with solar panels. China is striving to improve its energy efficiency and reduce surging demand for imported oil and gas by encouraging use of wind, solar and other clean sources. AP hide caption

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The Green Rush Is On In China

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