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China ramps up island-building in South China Sea

CBS News correspondent Seth Doane takes a look at China's increased building of islands in the disputed terrirtory of the South China Sea

China's 4th Successful Test of Wu-14 Mach 10 Hypersonic Glide Vehicle Conducted on June 14

Chinese defence ministry has confirmed the test of a supersonic nuclear delivery vehicle, a move described by the US as an "extreme manoeuvre" amid tension in the South China Sea.The fourth successful test of hypersonic glide vehicle - which the US has dubbed the "Wu-14" - was carried out on Sunday. Show More Summary

China angered by new U.S. military strategy report

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Foreign Ministry expressed anger on Friday after the Pentagon's updated National Military Strategy slammed Chinese claims in the South China Sea as aggressive and inconsistent with international law.

New Images Show China’s Swift Construction of Airstrip on Disputed Reef

Images released this week show that China has almost finished building a 3,000-meter airstrip on a disputed reef in the South China Sea – with experts projecting further construction in the months to come.

China Completes Airstrip On Reef, Builds Military Facility On Second Island

China has reportedly completed an airstrip on Fiery Cross Reef, one of the islands Beijing has constructed in the South China Sea. Back in April, satellite images which appeared to show that construction had commenced on the runway set off alarm bells in the US and among Washington’s regional allies in the South Pacific. Show More Summary

What's Motivating China's Military Push in Africa?

China is steadily expanding its military footprint in Africa, highlighted by the recent deployment of 700 combat-ready troops to join a multinational peacekeeping operation in South Sudan. In all, the People's Liberation Army and Navy...Show More Summary

What's Motivating China's Military Push in Africa?

China is steadily expanding its military footprint in Africa, highlighted by the recent deployment of 700 combat-ready troops to join a multinational peacekeeping operation in South Sudan. In all, the People's Liberation Army and Navy...Show More Summary

The South China Sea is now a 'core interest' of Beijing — and that's a problem for its neighbors

China’s aggressive posture toward the South China Sea has been stirring tensions in the region, and a new national security law passed by the Chinese government suggests that Beijing is just getting started. The new law calls for security to be maintained in all fields, including culture, education, and cyberspace. Show More Summary

A TRUE RELATIONSHIP IS TWO UNPERFECT PEOPLE REFUSING TO GIVE UP ON EACH OTHER --- THURSDAY, JULY 2, 2015

Jealous boyfriend who 'fattened up' his partner in a ploy to put off any love rivals has popped the question. Attractive Yan Tai weighed just over seven stone when she began dating You Pan in South China's Guangdong Province. Image credit-...Show More Summary

China Close to Completion of 10,000-Foot Runway in Disputed South China Sea

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China has nearly completed the construction of an airstrip on one of its artificial islands in the hotly disputed South China Sea, according to new satellite photos released by Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI), part of the...Show More Summary

CBS News tries to explore China's secret islands

Seth Doane and his team venture to the South China Sea island of Pag-Asa, where locals accuse Beijing of "bullying"

CBS News probes China's secret islands

Go behind the scenes with Seth Doane as he and his team try to find out what China is really up to on disputed islands in the South China Sea

S. Korea waives visa fees for Chinese tourists as MERS outbreak scares off visitors

South Korea announced yesterday that it decided to waive visa fees for tourists from China and Southeast Asia in a hope to boost tourism, which took a hit in the wake of the MERS outbreak. [ more › ]

Bus Plummets off Bridge in China Leaving 11 Dead

A bus carrying twenty-six passengers from South Korea reportedly fell off a bridge in northeast China, killing at least eleven people and injuring seventeen more.

Images show Chinese airstrip on man-made Spratly island nearly finished

(Reuters) - China has almost finished building a 3,000-metre-long (10,000-foot) airstrip on one of its artificial islands in the disputed Spratly archipelago of the South China Sea, new satellite photographs of the area show.

Philippine civilians claim disputed South China Sea island

CBS News' Seth Doane visits a tiny piece of land populated by a small group of Filipinos who want to keep it out of Chinese hands

Life on a disputed island in the South China Sea

China is building brand new islands and air strips in the South China Sea along some of the world's most vital trade routes.

Salami-slicing in the South China Sea

Just when the memories of anti-Chinese protests and rioting have started to fade among the Vietnamese, the Chinese are stoking the fires again with another salami-slicing maneuver.

Why ASEAN Can't Stand Up to China

Amanda Conklin Global Governance, Asia "Without a committed and capable leader(s) on political-security issues, periodic eruptions of crises in the South China Sea could turn the status quo balance of power into chronic instability." China’s negotiations with ASEAN on a Code of Conduct for the South China Sea are dragging into their thirteenth year. Show More Summary

China: "Nothing to hide" on islands, but no peeking!

Beijing won't let CBS News onto islands growing in the disputed South China Sea, but Seth Doane got as close as possible on a fishing boat

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