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A young girl poses for a photo next to a Lunar New Year rabbit statue outside a shopping mall in Beijing. AFP 


Tension in Middle East:

African Union urges Egypt reforms

The African Union urged Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to respond to mass protests with reforms as its leaders met Sunday to tackle the array of crises gripping the continent.

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China urges stability in Egypt

China has called for a rapid return to stability for its “friend” Egypt, as it restricts media coverage of the nationwide revolt that has left President Hosni Mubarak clinging to power.

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China rabbit-crazy for Lunar New Year

In stews, as pets or adorning shop windows, rabbits are ubiquitous as millions of Chinese mark the Lunar New Year, hoping for a more tranquil time ahead as the old Year of the Tiger roars its last. The nation’s 1.3 billion inhabitants will welcome the Year of the Rabbit on the night of February 2-3 in a hugely important family event marked by feasts and a blaze of fireworks.

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