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S. Korea, US begins joint naval drills

The first joint exercise involves the aircraft carrier U.S.S George Washington in the waters off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula. The two allies plan to stage more drills in the region in both the Yellow Sea and the East Sea. Full Story>>



Blasts hit oil pipelines in Dalian

Blasts have hit two oil pipelines in the port city of Dalian in northeast China's Liaoning Province. No casualties have been reported. President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao have given instructions over the incident. Full Story>>



Lula recalls time in office

Soon-to-be ex-Brazilian President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, has shown an emotional side. The President shed tears when speaking about his administration's social accomplishments. Full Story>>



113 million affected by China's worst flooding in a decade

113 million people have been affected by severe flooding across China over the past few months, especially those living along the Yangtze River. Full Story>>

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