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Armenia Marks Centennial of Genocide
Armenia and Turkey have long disagreed over the Armenian Genocide, in which 1.5 million Armenians in Ottoman Turkey were killed and persecuted in the years from 1915-1923.
Police Cracks e-Smuggling of Rare Animals in Shaanxi
Police in Shangluo of northwest China's Shaanxi province have cracked a massive online smuggling case involving some 1100 wild animals and 11 million yuan.
Renovation of Historic Landmark in China Stirs up Controversy
A historic landmark restoration job in China has caused controversy for not presenting the real look of the building but for covering it with wallpaper instead.
Foreigner Apologizes for 'Accidentally' Killing Chinese Woman
A Canadian tourist has apologized in court after knocking over a woman who later died from her injuries.
Illegal Motor Racing Faces Strict Ban in Beijing

Drivers in Beijing are not going to be so "Fast and Furious." Real-life authorities have put a strict ban on illegal motor racing in downtown areas of Beijing.

Volvo Set to Export First China-made Car to US
Volvo is planning to export its "Made in China" cars to the United States, a step forward for Beijing's ambitions to extend the global reach of the auto manufacturing industry.
Court Hearing Set to Review Nie Shubin's Case
A court in east China's Shandong Province says it will review a 1994 rape and murder case involving a man executed for a crime which another person later confessed to having committed.
"We Have an Inescapable Moral Duty to Help Refugees": Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie Pitt, special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, on Friday highlighted the need to help the Syrian refugees and provide them legal avenues to safety.
Paul McCartney Tops Sunday Times Rich Musicians List
Paul McCartney has topped the list of the richest musicians in the UK and Ireland with a fortune of $1.1 billion.
Lady Gaga to be Inducted into Songwriter's Hall of Fame
Lady Gaga's icon status is being affirmed by the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Modern Art Masters' Work to be Auctioned in Shanghai
Works by modern masters Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Andy Warhol and Salvador Dali, will be offered up at an auction by Christie's in Shanghai on April 25.
Nibali's Astana Team Retain World Tour License
Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali was cleared to ride in this year's race after his Astana team retained their world tour license.
France's Equestrian Team Disqualified after Horse Tests Positive
The horse, Qalao des Mers, ridden by Maxime Livio, tested positive for a controlled medication substance in the World Equestrian Games held in Normandy last August.
Sharapova Crashes out of Porsche Grand Prix
Maria Sharapova crashed out of the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart on Thursday.
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Asian, African Leaders Re-enact Historical Walk in Bandung
Leaders from Asia and Africa, including Chinese President Xi Jinping, have re-enacted an historic walk made by state leaders 60 years ago when participating in the original Asian-African Conference in Bandung. Indonesian President Urges Equality-Based Co-op; Xi Returns after Visits
China Beefs up Food Safety Law
The Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress, the country's top legislature, has adopted an amendment to the 2009 Food Safety Law that includes the heaviest penalties yet for offenders.
Russia Declares Wide Amnesty before WWII Victory Celebration
Head of Duma's Legislative Committee Pavel Krasheninnikov said that about 350,000 to 400,000 inmates could be released. The amnesty comes into immediate effect and will be effective for six months.
Today in History: Anti-Japanese War, 1945.4.25
China, together with US, UK, and Soviet Union participated in San Francisco Conference, where representatives drafted the UN Charter.
Travelling with Stu-pid: Luoyang part 1
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
My Chinese Life: Andile Munyai--Back to School in Beijing
Andile swapped his South African DJ decks to become a student again, studying business in Beijing.
Travelling with Stu-pid: Dali pt.2
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
My Chinese Life: Byron Jacobs--Popularizing Traditional Chinese Wushu
Former professional wushu athlete devotes his life to spreading Chinese wushu across the world.
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