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FACTBOX - Ties and tensions between China and the U.S.

REUTERS - China faces pressure from the Obama administration and U.S. Congress over the yuan currency, adding to tensions that have unsettled ties in 2010.

FACTBOX - Ties and tensions between China and the U.S.

REUTERS - China faces pressure from the Obama administration and U.S. Congress over the yuan currency, adding to tensions that have unsettled ties in 2010.

Q&A - Is Israel's naval blockade of Gaza legal?

LONDON (Reuters) - Israel has said it will continue a naval blockade of the Gaza Strip despite growing global pressure to lift the siege after a navy raid on a Turkish ferry carrying aid killed nine activists this week.

Q&A - Is Israel's naval blockade of Gaza legal?

LONDON (Reuters) - Israel has said it will continue a naval blockade of the Gaza Strip despite growing global pressure to lift the siege after a navy raid on a Turkish ferry carrying aid killed nine activists this week.

Russia general says missile plan not shelved

ZURICH (Reuters) - Russia's top general said on Monday that plans to deploy missiles in an enclave next to Poland had not been shelved, despite a decision by the United States to rethink plans for missile defence in Europe.

Russia general says missile plan not shelved

ZURICH (Reuters) - Russia's top general said on Monday that plans to deploy missiles in an enclave next to Poland had not been shelved, despite a decision by the United States to rethink plans for missile defence in Europe.

China urges U.S. to halt surveillance near its shores

BEIJING (Reuters) - China called on the United States States to reduce and eventually halt air and sea military surveillance close to its shores after a series of territorial disputes this year.

China airs worry about North Korea after talks

BEIJING (Reuters) - China shares the region's

China airs worry about North Korea after talks

BEIJING (Reuters) - China shares the region's

Bush to declare Pacific areas protected monuments

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush will designate nearly 200,000 square miles of the Pacific ocean on Tuesday as a protected region, White House officials said, making the areas hands-off for oil drilling or other extraction procedures.