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Remains of Bodies Found from Warship Wreckage in NE China
Archaeologists said on Monday that they have found at least 7 remains of bodies from a century-years old warship wreckage in waters off northeast China.
US Finalizes Settlement over BP Oil Spill
The US Justice Department and five states have finalized a settlement of more than 20 billion US dollars over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Russian Aircraft Violates Turkish Airspace because of Bad Weather
Russian Defense Ministry on Monday blamed bad weather conditions for the brief violation of Turkish airspace by a Russian aircraft near Syrian border.
Euronext Signs MOU with Chinese Invested Haitong Bank
The largest Exchange in eurozone Euronext announced Monday that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Haitong Bank, which was Banco Espirito Santo de Investimento before it has been acquired by the Chinese financial company, Hai Tong securities on sept. 7, 2015.
Jack Ma's Oil Painting Auctioned for Charity
An oil painting created by Jack Ma, chairman of Alibaba Group, and Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi was auctioned for HK$42.2 million ($5.4 million) in Hong Kong on October 4, 2015.
MSF Demands Independent Inquiry as Death Toll from Kunduz Hospital Bombing Rises to 22
International charity Doctors Without Borders or MSF has demanded a full inquiry by an independent international body into the air strikes that hit its hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz.
AVIC Builds China's First General Aviation Industrial Base
The Aviation Industry Corporation of China is building the country's first general aviation industrial base in Hubei.
Chinese Girls All out of China Open after Wang's Exit
With a 5-3 advantage in the first set, Chinese player Wang Qiang plummeted to a 10-game losing skid, losing to former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki 7-5, 6-0 in China Open second round in Beijing on Tuesday.
China'a Zhang Ze Enters Into China Open Second Round
Chinese tennis player Zhang Ze, the world No. 219, beat Denis Istomin from Uzbekistan 6-3, 1-6, 6-3 in the men's singles first round of China Open here on Monday.
Film "Lost in Hong Kong" Top Hit in China
"Lost in Hong Kong," a Chinese comedy, has raked in 1.33 billion yuan (209.5 million U.S. dollars) by Sunday, becoming the top-grossing 2D domestic film of all time on the Chinese mainland.
Visitors Capped at First Glass Bridge
China's first all-glass bridge is suspended 180 meters over a canyon in central China's Hunan Province. It received around 20,000 visitors on Friday, the second day of China's current week-long National Day holiday.
Art Works from "China Unlimited" Exhibited in Belgium
The prize-winning art works from the "China Unlimited" Creative Contest are on exhibition in Maasmechelen Village.
LA Angels Stun Houston to Create Final-Day Showdown for MLB Playoff Slot
The Los Angeles Angels have kept their shot at the last playoff slot available in the American League, coming from 4-runs down in the top of the 9th inning to stun the Texas Rangers 11-10 earlier this morning.
A Glimpse of "Sky Farm" in C China
A farm is built on the top of a tall building and covers an area of 1200 square meters in Wuhan city, central China's Hubei province. Many have been attracted to the sky farm and expressed interest in renting a vegetable garden.
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Chinese Premier Congratulates Tu Youyou on Winning Nobel Prize for Medicine
Premier Li Keqiang on Monday congratulated herbal expert Tu Youyou on winning the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, the first Chinese woman national to win a Nobel prize in science.  Chinese, Irish, Japanese Scientists Share 2015 Nobel Prize for Physiology, Medicine
12 Nations Reach TPP Deal, Intense Scrutiny Expected by Congress
After five days of intense negotiations in Atlanta, the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim countries have reached agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. TPP, Key Deal for Asia-Pacific: China's MOC
Typhoon Mujigae Leaves 15 Dead or Missing in S. China
At least 15 people have died or remain missing and more than 200 others have been injured since the powerful typhoon Mujigae made a surprise landing in southern China since Sunday.
Travelling with STU-pid: Xinjiang's Heavenly Lake
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
The C4 Show: Explaining Mid-autumn
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1931.9.19
Chinese government made a serious protest against Japan on the September 18 Incident.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1931.9.18
Japan's Kwantung Army deliberately created the Liutiao Lake Incident in Northeast China's Shenyang.
China-USA: Building Careers
American and Chinese professionals explain the benefits of working and studying in each other's countries.
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