|14 Sentenced over Deadly Pipeline Blast|
Fourteen people were sentenced to three to five years in prison on Monday over a fatal pipeline blast that claimed 63 lives in the eastern city of Qingdao on Nov. 22, 2013.
|Chinese National Civil Servant Exam Starts with Fewer Examinees|
The number of people taking the National Public Servant Exam has shrunk for the second year in a row.
|Chinese Brokerages Probed over Margin Contract Violations|
China's securities regulator is investigating three big brokerages over alleged breaches of rules on signing client contracts. Citic Securities, Haitong Securities and Guosen Securities are being investigated by the CSRC.
|EU, Turkey Sign Deal to Stem Migrant Flows|
The EU will offer Turkey 3 billion euros, or some 3.2 billion US dollars, to help improve the living conditions of Syrian refugees in Turkey, plus a revival of stalled talks on Turkey's possible membership of the bloc.
|Ankara Prepares to Hand over to Moscow Body of Russian Pilot|
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Sunday that the body of the Russian pilot was brought to Turkey, and would be handed over to Russia.
|Non-profit Organization Apologizes for Debasing Breast-feeding in Subway|
A non-profit organization, bjtale.com, has apologized for describing breast-feeding on the subway as the same as exposing sexual organs early on a Sunday morning.
|Mainland and Macau Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement Signed|
The latest Mainland and Macau Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement or CEPA for short, has been signed kicking off a further round of trade liberalisation between the Mainland and Macau.
|China Releases Report on Employees' Pension Reserve Situation|
The latest official report on China's employee pension reserve situation has suggested there is still huge potential to improve retirement security.
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