The words "resignation" and "speech" are very similar in the Chinese phonetics system.
China will invest $2.5 billion in South Africa's state-owned rail company, among 26 deals
The Chinese president is co-chairing a regional summit in Johannesburg on relations with Africa
The two-week COP21 United Nations climate change conference began Monday.
The two countries' leaders had met in November for the first time in more than 60 years.
China has slowing growth, ghost cities, a stock-market crash, corruption and faulty official stats.
China's Xi Jinping says independence proponents should not split the two sides.
Both presidents have an eye on Taiwan's elections as they prepare to meet in Singapore on Saturday.
Police searched the homes of three protesters after peaceful demonstrations in London.
The new rules are part of an ongoing anti-corruption drive by President Xi Jinping.
British officials and business leaders say the rise of China is impossible to ignore: China's economy is four times the size of Britain's.
The main focus of the visit will be strengthening economic ties.
The chancellor may be the politician that finally propels UK-China relations into the post-colonial age.
Xi will call off government hacking teams but turn a blind eye to criminals doing the same work.
A senior U.S. official reportedly said U.S. ships would sail within 12-nautical-mile zones that China claims as territory.
Will China's increased commitment to the peacekeeping forces be a blessing or a curse?
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said his approach will be to "trust but verify."
Beijing currently has 3,000 troops on peacekeeping duty; the U.S. has less than 100.
Barack Obama and David Cameron did not address a meeting on women's rights.
The 'us vs. them' mentality could become a self-fulfilling prophecy.