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China
    2014-05-21  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    FM urges calm in Vietnam

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on May 14 urged the Vietnamese side to calm down, respect China’s sovereignty* and jurisdiction*, and not to attempt to further complicate the situation.

    His remarks were made in response to the maritime* friction between China and Vietnam, which was ignited* after a Chinese company moved a deep sea oil rig into an area of the South China Sea also claimed by Hanoi.

    Some 19,000 Vietnamese took part in a demonstration to protest China, setting fire to foreign factories and rampaging through industrial zones in the south of Vietnam.

    

    GSK chief ‘ordered bribery’

    China on May 14 accused GlaxoSmithKline PLC.’s former China chief of ordering subordinates* to commit bribery.

    Officials from the Ministry of Public Security alleged* that the executive, British national Mark Reilly, ordered his sales team and other employees to bribe hospital doctors, health care organizations and other parties.

    Glaxo pushed up the prices of drugs in China to fund its own bribery.

    

    7 arrested over Urumqi attack

    Security authorities in Xinjiang have arrested seven suspects allegedly involved in the deadly attack at a train station in Urumqi.

    The knife and suicide bomb attack killed three people, including two of the suspected attackers, and left 79 injured on May 1.

    The suspects were arrested on May 14 in Jimsar, a prosperous township in a rapidly developing economic zone north of the Tianshan Mountain.

    

    Bomber kills 1, injures 3

    A suicide bomber detonated* a device in a local government office in Anhui Province on Friday morning, killing a village head and injuring three other officials.

    The suspected bomber, identified as 51-year-old Wu Yongsheng, was killed instantly, while the 43-year-old head of Jindu village committee died later in hospital. Wu had the explosives strapped to his body.

    Reports cited the Zongyang government information office as saying it was triggered by “private disputes.”(SD-Agencies)

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