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Tokyo should rein in its behaviour: Xi

Chinese leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping denounced Japan’s decision to buy disputed islands as a farce today and said Tokyo should“rein in its behaviour” as China moved to snuff out anti-Japan protests....   | Read..
 

France alert

A French satirical magazine today published a series of cartoons mocking Prophet Mohammad, setting off a new wave of outrage among Muslims and condemnation from French le...   | Read..
 

Voting for Oscars goes electronic

Voting for the Oscars is going electronic for the first time in a move that will speed up the process and could give a boost to younger, edgier movies....   | Read..
 

Teachers end Chicago strike

The Chicago Teachers Union agreed yesterday to end its strike in the nation’s third-largest school system, allowing 350,000 children to return to classes today and ...   | Read..
 

US envoy car damaged

The car of the US ambassador to China was surrounded yesterday by a small group of demonstrators who damaged the vehicle and briefly prevented it from entering the US embass...   | Read..
 

Pak blast

A bomb targeting a Pakistani military vehicle instead struck a passenger van today near Peshawar, killing at least eight civilians, authorities said. ...   | Read..
 
(Left) US secretary of defence Leon Panetta with Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping in Beijing on Wednesday. (Reuters)
Tokyo should rein in its behaviour: Xi