Photos: The Week in Pictures
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Is a China-Japan thaw likely?
OK, so Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's brief summit featured all the enthusiasm of two unhappy schoolboys forced to make up after a schoolyard dust-up.
Marston's to sell another 200 pubs as it focuses more on food
(Reuters) - British pub owner and brewer Marston's Plc said it expected to dispose of another 200 pubs over the next 12 months as it focuses on establishments that feature food as a way to attract more women, families and older customers.
HK police arrested over assault
Seven officers have been arrested over the alleged beating of a pro-democracy protester, which was caught on camera near the main protest site last month.
Protesters threaten to reoccupy
CNN's Anna Coren reports from Hong Kong where police and protesters continue to clash for control of the streets.
Portugal's detained ex-PM Socrates rejects 'absurd' corruption charges
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's former prime minister Jose Socrates, arrested last week on corruption and tax fraud charges, was quoted on Thursday as saying the accusations against him were groundless and that his detention amounted to "gratuitous humiliation".