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In July 2009, deadly riots broke out in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, China. Nearly 200 people died, the majority ethnic Han Chinese, and thousands of Chinese troops were brought in to quell the riots. An information battle soon followed, as mobil...

This chart reflects the results of a recent Gallup Poll -- done between February 1st and 10th of a random national sample of 1,044 adults, with a 4 point margin of error.Gallup asked respondents to name the one greatest enemy of the United States. No...

Late last year Uber sold off its business in China to a competitor, and now it looks like the Southeast Asia region could follow a similar path. CNBC reports that it's preparing to make a deal with Grab, a company that claimed to have 95 percent...

Cyber attacks are increasingly becoming a fact of life. North Korea attacked aerospace and telecom networks last year. Olympics officials confirmed a recent attack that took place during the opening ceremonies. While Russia denied its involvement in.

Filed under: Etc. Dash cam footage captures a fiery inferno that enveloped several vehicles on a freeway in China.Continue reading Watch a massive fireball engulf cars on a freeway in China Watch a massive fireball engulf cars...

Filed under: Videos,Autoblog Minute,Original Video Cadillac sales have been energized in ChinaContinue reading Can Johan de Nysschen make Cadillac great again (in the U.S.)? Can Johan de Nysschen make Cadillac great again (in...

Scientists from the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH) form part of the team which has just published a paper in the journal Scientific Reports, studying for the first time the original fossil remains conserved of "...