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Half a million people are expected to join a pro-democracy march in Hong Kong today in protest at the Chinese government.
The dispute intensified in recent days after almost 800,000 people voted in an unofficial referendum on Hong Kong's political future, much to the chagrin of the Beijing authorities.
China's top official in charge of relations with Taiwan has visited the self-ruled island, hailing the trip as "historic", despite violent protests that forced him to cancel several meetings.
The visit by Zhang Zhijun, director of China's Taiwan Affairs Office, marked the first such trip by such a senior mainland official in 65 years since the Nationalists fled after losing a civil war to China's Communists in 1949.
Throughout his tour of the island, Mr Zhang was greeted by protesters. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in the pro-independence southern port of Kaohsiung, some waving placards reading "Communist Zhang Zhijun, get the hell back to China".
"Women-only" parking spaces closer to exits and with more space and pink borders have been discovered in a Chinese city, according to local media.
Women-only parking spaces found in China's coastal city Dalian. It's wider, longer, pink, near exits (web photo) http://t.co/cX88DG8l0f
The picture, posted by China's state press agency Xinhua, has prompted anger on social media, with one user describing it as "an outrage".
Xinhua says the parking spaces have been found around the coastal city of Dailan.
Thirteen people have been shot dead after they reportedly drove into a police building and set off an explosion.
A regional government website said police took "decisive action" after "thugs" crashed a car into the security building in Xinjiang province.
"Today, thugs crashed a car into the public security building of Kargilik county in Xinjiang's Kashgar prefecture and set off an explosion. Police took decisive action and shot dead 13 thugs," the official Tianshan web portal reported.
Three police officers also suffered injuries during the incident, according to reports.
Vince Cable has said that Britain must recognise China's economic achievements instead of focusing on "lecturing" the country on its human rights record.
"As far as human rights is concerned I don't think we should be lecturing the Chinese, but it is right we have a proper dialogue with them about it," he told the CNN's The Business View.
"When I was in China I raised with senior party officials issues around trade union rights and strikes.
"But I think it's got to be done in a certain tone and I think must be accompanied by respect for what the Chinese have accomplished," he said.
A Chinese newspaper has described Britain as an "old declining empire" in an editorial criticising UK press reports of the Chinese premier's visit to London.
The Global Times paper, run by the country's Communist regime, hit back at reports that China had demanded Prime Minister Li Keqiang was granted an audience with the Queen, which it cited as evidence of anti-Chinese prejudice.
"A rising country should understand the embarrassment of an old declining empire and at times the eccentric acts it takes to hide such embarrassment," the paper wrote in an editorial.
China's premier Li Keqiang has said the UK-China trade deals may mean a "win-win co-operation" that could benefit the "two peoples and the whole world."
Today's meeting at the UK-China financial forum comes after the signing of yesterdays trade deals, worth £14 billion.
In a speech on the final full day of his visit to the UK, Mr Li said that China and the UK should view each other's development as an opportunity for growth.
Chancellor George Osborne has welcomed a Pound-Yuan Interbank Market between the two countries, stating that it will help Britain build further links with China, by getting its "currency used and traded in London".
Mr Osborne said that both the UK and China have made "huge steps forward" in building progress, saying that the future belongs to those "ambitious for reform."
In a speech at Lancaster House in London, Mr Osborne said: "I believe the emergence of the Chinese currency as one of the world's leading currencies will be the next huge change in global finance.
"Quite bluntly, I want the City of London to facilitate that change and to be central to it," he said.