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China Repeals Crime of Sex with Underage Prostitutes
China's top legislature adopted amendments to Criminal Law on Saturday, repealing the crime of sex with underage prostitutes, and ruling out commutation for most corrupt figures.
Chinese Experts Focus on South Asia Role in "One Belt, One Road"
The Center for China and Globalization has held a seminar on the role of South Asia in the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiatives, also known as "One Belt, One Road".
WWII's China Theatre (I)
As China marks the 70th anniversary of the victory of the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and the World's Anti-Fascist War, CRI brings you a five-part series, to look back at the tenacious battles on the Chinese Theatre as part of World War Two. We record the pains and contributions as well as the efforts to reflect on history.
Guangzhou Schools to Teach about Financial Investment
Primary and seconday schools in south China's Guangzhou city will begin teaching students about financial investment.
Lorry Containing 71 Dead Migrants Discovered in Austria
Residents of Vienna on Friday said they were shocked over the grisly discovery of a truck packed with 71 dead migrants parked on an Austrian highway.
Video: A Lama's Day in Tibet
What do we think a Lama would do every day? Let's go to Chambaling Monastery, the largest Gelug Sect monastery in Chambo and one of the most well-known temples in Tibet Autonomous Region and follow Dengzeng Yuanding to find out more.
Tropical Storm Erika Gears Up for a Landfall in Florida: Officials
U.S. officials have warned that tropical storm Erica is gearing up for a run at South Florida.
Toth of Slovakia Wins Men's 50 km Race Walk
Matej Toth of Slovakia clocked three hours, 40 minutes and 32 seconds to win men's 50km race walk here on Saturday.
Liu Hong Wins China's First Gold in 20km Race Walk
Gold medalist China's Liu Hong celebrates during the women's 20km race walk awarding ceremony at the 2015 IAAF World Championships at "Bird's Nest" National Stadium in Bejing, capital of China, Aug. 28, 2015.
'The Little Prince' Unveils Voice Cast for Its Chinese Version
Fantasy animated film 'The Little Prince' has announced an all-star cast that will dub its Chinese version.
Dolly Parton Promotes Upcoming 'Coat of Many Colors'
US country music legend Dolly Parton has successfully sold her upcoming telefilm 'Coat of Many Colors' to critics in Beverly Hills.
Surviving Panda Cub is a Boy: US National Zoo
The National Zoo in Washington has confirmed the new born surviving panda is male.
Shirley Temple's Film Costumes and Memorabilia Up for Auction
An auction for Shirley Temple's belongings has taken place. The items include a collection of 57 film costumes, movie scripts, a dress she wore to the Oscars and other personal belongs.
Chinese Film 'The Ghouls' to Get ScreenX Version Release
Chinese adventure film "The Ghouls" will get a very wide release. The fantasy novel-turned-film will be released on new ScreenX theater technology.
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China Confirms Prisoner Amnesty for WWII Anniversary
China's top legislature has adopted a prisoner amnesty deal which will see thousands of war veterans granted official pardons, in a move marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
UN Chief Lauds China's Role in WWII  
Ahead of his Beijing visit, UN chief Ban Ki-moon said China's contributions and sacrifices during the WWII are very much recognized and appreciated by the world's people.
President Xi Meets US National Security Advisor Ahead of Visit
Topics of discussion included bilateral relations and President Xi's state visit to the United States set for September. US hopes Xi's visit a 'milestone'
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Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1941.8.19
The Communist Party of China, the CPC, issued a declaration to announce its principles and attitudes regarding the Atlantic Charter signed by US president Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1945.8.15
Japanese Emperor Hirohito announced that the country would surrender to the Allies.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1945.8.9
Mao Zedong, Chairman of the CPC Central Committee, published the declaration "The Last Battle against Japanese Invaders", calling on all anti-Japanese forces in China to make massive attacks against Japanese invaders.
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