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Three stabbed to death at central China school BEIJING: A man armed with a knife forced his way into a primary school in central China on the first day back from the summer vacation on Monday and stabbed nine people, killing three, state media said. It was unclear how many of the victims, if any, were children. State news agency Xinhua said on its microblog that the man jumped to his death. It was not immediately clear what motivated the attack. There have been a series of attacks on schools and children around China in recent years. The rash of violence has prompted public calls for more measures to protect the young in a country where many couples only have one child. The stabbings occurred in Shiyan in Hubei province. A local government official told Reuters by telephone that they had no comment on the case. Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...

Indonesia's July tourist arrivals rise 8.28pc y/y JAKARTA: Indonesia's foreign tourist arrivals rose 8.28 percent in July from a year ago, quickening from June's increase of 7.84 percent on the year, the statistics bureau said on Monday. Official data showed 777,210 tourists visited Indonesia in July, versus 851,500 in June.Copyright Reuters, 2014 ...
Australia to match EU on Russia sanctions: PM SYDNEY: Australia will toughen its sanctions against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine so they match those of the European Union, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Monday.Australia already has some sanctions against Russia, but Abbott said these would be tightened as a result of Moscow's persistent and deliberate violation of its neighbour's sovereignty."Australia will lift its sanctions against Russia to the level of the European Union," Abbott told parliament in Canberra."There will be no new ...
Car bomb found at Philippines' main airport: authorities MANILA: Four people were arrested after a bomb was found in a van parked at Manila's international airport, authorities said on Monday.The utility vehicle containing an "improvised explosive device" was found at the airport's terminal three car park at about 1:45 am (1745 GMT) Monday, said a short report released by the National Bureau of Investigation."Four suspects were arrested," said the report, which was released by the airport's media affairs office.The report gave no other ...
New Zealand PM still upbeat as corruption claims swirl WELLINGTON: New Zealand Prime Minister John Key insisted his bid for re-election remained on track Monday, as the opposition demanded a corruption probe into a scandal that brought down a senior minister Campaigning for the September 20 vote has been dominated by allegations, based on emails hacked from a right-wing blogger's computer, that members of Key's conservative government engaged in a sustained dirty tricks campaign against opponents.Justice Minister Judith Collins was forced to resign on ...
Top Chinese official heckled by Hong Kong protesters HONG KONG: A senior Chinese official was angrily heckled by Hong Kong protesters Monday as he tried to defend Beijing's landmark decision to control which candidates can stand in the city's next leadership election. Li Fei, a member of the top committee of China's rubber stamp parliament, was forced to speak over the cries of pro-democracy lawmakers and protesters during a meeting with local officials in the southern Chinese city. His visit comes a day ...
Unchallenged Macau leader set for a second term HONG KONG: Macau is set to re-elect its incumbent leader in an unchallenged contest on Sunday as the gambling hub faces growing calls for democracy amid anger over deteriorating living conditions and government accountability.The booming city's sole chief executive candidate Fernando Chui will be selected by a 400-strong pro-Beijing electoral committee for a second term, in a foregone contest which pro-democracy advocates have called "ridiculous".The former Portuguese colony has grown wealthy off the proceeds of ...

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