|Suspect Arrested for Death of Chinese Student in Iowa|
Chinese police, in cooperation with their U.S. counterparts, has arrested Li Xiangnan, who suspectedly killed her girlfriend surnamed Shao studying in an Iowa university, police said Tuesday.
|Tsinghua University, Peking University Vie for High-score Applicants|
China's Education Ministry issued a statement on Monday regarding universities' student recruitment. The statement says universities are not allowed to lure applicants by promising admission, providing students with enhanced scholarships, or offering privileges like the ability to change majors at will.
|UNESCO, World Heritage Committee Launch Global Coalition to Protect Heritage|
The United Nations cultural agency is condemning the destruction of antiquities and heritage sites in conflict zones by the Islamic State and other groups, saying it could amount to war crimes.
|China Calls for Further Reform on the Global Credit Rating System|
China is calling for a new international credit rating system that is objective, just, rational and balanced.
|Public Guests to be Invited to Witness Princess Charlotte's Baptism|
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have invited members of the public to see the young Princess Charlotte's christening on Sunday, local media reported on Monday.
|China's Pension Fund Seeks Investment in Stock Market|
China's pension fund is probably to be allowed to invest in the A-share market, according to central authorities.
|Two Special Trains to be Launched Next Month|
Two special trains to cater to the growing number of tourists in summer will be launched from Beijing to northwest and northeast of China from next month, the Beijing Times reports.
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