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Benjamin Morgan

Benjamin Morgan

    Al-Qaeda in Iraq's number two reported killed
    Al-Qaeda in Iraq's number two reported killed
    The United States military said on Wednesday that a foreign insurgent killed in the main northern Iraqi city of Mosul this month has been identified as Abu Qaswarah, al-Qaeda's number two in Iraq....
    Iraq forces hunt Shi'ite fighters in new crackdown
    Iraq forces hunt Shi'ite fighters in new crackdown
    Iraqi police and soldiers swept house to house through the southern city of Amara and surrounding Maysan province on Thursday in a new crackdown on...
    China: World must do more for Africa
    China: World must do more for Africa
    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday called on the world community to do more to help Africa as he opened the annual meeting of the African...
    China moves again to cool overheated property sector
    China moves again to cool overheated property sector
    China's will next month increase down-payments on home loans and broaden the capital gains tax, moves analysts said on Tuesday should help cool the...
    No satisfaction for Stones in China
    No satisfaction for Stones in China
    The Rolling Stones will finally play in China this weekend after a three-decade battle to win censorship approval, but there are few frenzied fans...
    China bars Hollywood's Geisha
    China bars Hollywood's Geisha
    China has banned Hollywood's Memoirs of a Geisha a week before it was due to be released over fresh speculation that the Chinese actresses'...
    China's economy likely to be in world's top five
    China's economy likely to be in world's top five
    China's economy likely became one of the world's five biggest in 2005 as booming exports and surging investment again helped secure growth of well...
    China's race for energy resources only just heating up
    China's race for energy resources only just heating up
    China's $2.3-billion Nigerian oil venture is a major step forward for the energy ravenous country as it seeks to power its fast-growing economy but...
    Love doesn't come easy for Chinese yuppies
    Love doesn't come easy for Chinese yuppies
    Harry Han was pleased with himself. In the space of a few minutes, the dapper, handsome 29-year-old had pocketed a couple of women's phone numbers...
    Chuffed China basks in glory of Tibetan railway
    Chuffed China basks in glory of Tibetan railway
    Like exhausted but triumphant climbers, pudgy Chinese officials wheezed between smiles atop Kunlun mountain pass before their oxygen-outfitted...
    China's adult toy business wants to bare all
    China's adult toy business wants to bare all
    Wu Wei, president of one of China's largest makers of adult sex toys, says it is only a matter of time before couples accept "marital aids" as...