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Zambia's President Edgar Lungu shakes hands with China's President Xi Jinping before their bilateral meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China September 1, 2018. Nicolas Asfouri-Pool via REUTERS

Zambia blames opposition for anti-China attacks

Zambia's government accused the opposition on Friday of fuelling "xenophobic" attacks on Chinese nationals after a spate of violent incidents targeting the community and its businesses.

Court discharges, acquits 16 Chinese, 10 locals over alleged illegal mining

A Federal High Court in Jos on Tuesday discharged and acquitted 26 persons charged with illegal mining at Zurak in Wase Local Government Area of Plateau.

Federal government tightens surveillance at ports over drugs with human parts

The fear heightened due to a recent warning from the South Korean ministry of food and drug safety, cautioning Nigerians against the use of drugs imported from China, as they may contain human remains.

NIA raises alarm over presence of drugs made from infants, foetuses, flesh in Nigeria

The National Intelligence Agency has raised the alarm over the likely presence of capsules from China said to have been made from foetuses, infants and flesh imported into the country.

Judge questions competence of lawyer handling trial of Chinese crime suspects

A Federal High Court in Lagos on Wednesday ordered the Director of Legal Services, Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), to appear before it in connection with the trial of two Chinese nationals, charged with importing substandard tyres into the country.

Reports: Chinese hackers steal US navy data from contractor

Chinese government hackers breached a US naval contractor and made off with more than 600 gigabytes of data, American officials speaking to two US media outlets said.

China, Nigeria bilateral trade hit N4.97 trillion

The Consul-General of the People’s Republic of China in Lagos, Mr Chao Xiaoliang, says trade between China and Nigeria in 2017 amounted to about N4.97 trillion (13.78 billion dollars).

Three Chinese nationals held for illegal currency deals in Zimbabwe

Police in Zimbabwe have arrested three Chinese men and at least 16 locals for illegal currency deals.

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