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Typical Headlines Showing How and What Xinhua Reports about the U.S. (from June 30-July 29, 2009)

Typical Headlines Showing How and What
Xinhua Reports About the U.S. (from June 30-July 29, 2009)

The U.S. Treats China with Respect: the World is Shocked; Experts Warn People to Remain Sober

Obama Quotes Meng Zi in Stressing the Importance of the U.S.-China Dialogue

Wang Qishan Urges the U.S. to Ensure the Security of Chinese Assets in the U.S.

Many Comments on the U.S.-China Dialogue: U.S. Treasury Bonds, Buy or Sell?

U.S. Reporter: the Greatest Change in China in the Past 30 Years is the Change in Every Chinese

U.S. Los Angeles Times: Killing is the Convention for the CIA  [Editor’s note: original Los Angeles Times title was  "The CIA, Licensed to Kill"]

How Come the Death Toll for U.S. Troops in Afghanistan is Reaching a New High?

Association of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN) Rejects the U.S.’ Suggestion: No Basis to Expel Burma

U.S. Anti-Corruption Movement Entraps Mayors and Members of Congress in its Net

U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue: Can 1+1 Be Greater Than 2?

U.S. Journal: The West Should Not Bad Mouth China

Chinese Netizens Regard U.S.-India Defense Cooperation as a Threat to China

The U.S. is Recovering "Lost Ground" to Keep China in Check

Is the U.S. Declaring its “Return” to Southeast Asia Paving the Road for Joining the East Asia Summit?

The U.S. Wants to Return to Southeast Asia

Bloomberg L.P.: China’s Two Trillion in Foreign Currency Reserves Revived the U.S. Economy

Japanese, The Economist: U.S. Treasury Bonds are at Risk of Sharp Depreciation

Kissinger Comments on the International Situation and U.S. Diplomacy

Wall Street Has "Forgotten the Pain after the Scar Healed", the White House Has a Headache

Obama’s Economic Advisor Claims U.S. Economy Already Out of the Abyss?

U.S. Congress to Investigate the CIA Cover Up

Obama Determined to Reform Military Equipment

Western Media Intentionally Distorts the Actual Events of the July 5 Incident [Editor’s note: Urumqi Protests]

The First Chinese U.S. Congresswoman Will Soon Appear

Why I No Longer Read the Wall Street Journal

Beijing Daily: Western Media’s Double-Standard Shows Up Again

Three-Hour Michael Jackson Memorial Ceremony Costs Millions

Thousands of Taliban Prisoners Massacred; the U.S. Refuses to Investigate

The Bush Administration’s Confidential Surveillance Plan Exposed for the First Time

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Claims the U.S. Army Destroyed the Babylonian Ruins

Blacks Not Allowed in the Swimming Pool? Racial Discrimination Reappears in the U.S.

Obama: Expected to Visit China in the Second Half of the Year

U.S.-Russia Relations are Out of the Gutter

Xinjiang Independence Activists (Uyghurs) Cause Trouble in Washington, D.C.

From the March 14 Incident to the July 5 Incident: Prejudice in Western Media Remains Unchanged
[Editor’s note: March 14, 2008, Lhasa Protests; July 5, 2009, Urumqi Protests]

Who is More Elegant: The First Lady of Russia or of the U.S.?

In Russia Obama Discusses "Peace is Precious”

Jiangyong: Efforts to Save the Market Can Only Sustain Capitalism for a Short While

Enough with this Western "Cold War Mentality"

Five Theories on the Resignation of Palin

U.S. Troops in Afghanistan Trapped in a “Hellish War”

Former Diplomat Verifies U.S.-Japanese “Confidential Nuclear Agreement”

League of Arab States Welcomes Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Iraqi Cities

U.S. Newspaper: Chinese Traditional Philosophy Can Help Sustainable Development

Shootings in Los Angeles — Ten Dead

Lover of Frivolous U.S. Governor: Divorced and Fluent in Three Languages

Did Michael Jackson Die from an Overdose of Morphine?

Hundreds of Billions in Assets Confiscated from Madoff, the Swindler of the Century

Who Actually Benefits from the Manas Incident? [Editor’s note: On December 6, 2006, a Kyrgyz citizen was shot at the U.S.-led international anti-terrorism coalition’s Ganci air base at Manas, Kyrgyzstan.]

U.S. Official Said Armed Forces Will Not be Used to Inspect North Korean Ships

NATO Early-Warning Aircraft Will Be Stationed at the West Gate of China

The World Grieves Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson Passed Away Before His Last Performance

U.S. Governor Disappears for One Week to Be with Lover; Hot Love-Letters Exposed

How Many People Have Been Deceived by Google’s "Innocent" Attitude?

Obama Says Iran’s Suppression Will Not Succeed