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US Open

The paths to victory in the 2014 US Open

9 Sep 2014 Interactive

Marin Cilic only needed 113 minutes to win the men's singles final against Kei Nishikori for his first Grand Slam title. Cilic won the last 10 sets of his tournament. In the women's singles event, Serena Williams won her 6th US Open title in just 469 minutes of play and without dropping a single set throughout the entire tournament.

POLICE

INFOGRAPHIC: Flying tigers

30 Aug 2014

The Police Force's Special Duties Unit, popularly known as the Flying Tigers, is celebrating 40 years of service this year. Established in 1974 to target international terrorism, it is the force's elite tactical unit.

The Occupy Central debate: for or against?

4 Sep 2014 37 comments Video

Those for and against Occupy Central explain their stance on the movement, which could see Hong Kong's financial district paralysed by protesters demanding democratic elections. 

LEADERSHIP

INFOGRAPHIC: The legend of Deng Xiaoping

30 Aug 2014

Deng's legacy of pragmatic reform through dialogue and engagement reverberates today.

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

INFOGRAPHIC: The Premier League back in action

19 Aug 2014

The English Premier League returns to action this weekend. Here's our in-depth guide to the world's most popular football league.

INFOGRAPHIC: Put a ring on it

30 Aug 2014

Beijing’s original ring road followed Tram Line No 4, a route which defined the city centre at the turn of the last century. As Beijing expands, so have its ring roads. The new Seventh Ring Road will link neighbouring Hebei and Tianjin, becoming part of President Xi Jinping’s planned megacity.

In the eye of the storm: How deadly typhoons have changed the face of Hong Kong

21 Aug 2014 2 comments Interactive

A two-part special report on how Hong Kong copes with tropical cyclones

WORLD WAR I

INFOGRAPHIC: The shot heard around the world

30 Aug 2014 1 comment

The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime,” said British minister Sir Edward Grey, on the eve of Britain declaring war on Germany. Many expected the Great War to be brief. 

DISEASE

Ebola outbreaks explained

3 Aug 2014 4 comments

Ebola is one of the deadliest viruses on earth, with a mortality rate of up to 90 per cent, higher than influenza viruses. Currently, the virus is spreading in West Africa, leading the WHO to say that it is spreading faster than efforts to control it.

Infographic

INFOGRAPHIC: The last days of rosewood

5 Aug 2014 New Click to view the full-size infographic in high resolution.