|China Cesspool Blast Injures 15|
A cesspool filled with excrement exploded in a central Chinese city, injuring 15 residents and toppling a building on Saturday, police said.
|Five Chinese Workers among Injured in Coal Mine Blast in Malaysia|
Five Chinese workers were injured Saturday in a coal mine explosion in eastern Malaysia, Chinese consulate in Kuching told Xinhua on Sunday. The explosion has left three persons killed and 29 injured.
|DPRK's Leader Oversees Combined Military Drill|
Top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Kim Jong Un organizes and guides a combined drill of the Korean People's Army. Kim watched the whole process of the exercise, addressed the shortcomings and indicated tasks.
|China, Pacific Island Countries Announce Strategic Partnership|
China and eight Pacific island countries have agreed to deepen their relations by establishing a strategic partnership featuring mutual respect and common development.
|28 Killed in Kenya Bus Attack by Islamist Group|
Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo confirmed that 19 men and nine women were massacred by heavily armed militia who later fled towards the border into Somalia.
|6.3 Magnitude Quake Jolts SW China, 5 Killed|
A 6.3 magnitude earthquake jolted Kangding county, Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China's Sichuan province Saturday afternoon. Five people confirmed dead. Quick Response
|Beijing Closes 6,900 Wells to Protect Underground Water|
Beijing will gradually shut down 6,900 urban wells in the next five years to protect groundwater and improve drinking water quality. The wells provide 240 million cubic meters of water annually, one fourth of the Beijing's urban supply.
|China, India to Expand Collaboration in Films|
At the ongoing International Film Festival of India, information and broadcasting ministers from China and India have decided to take steps to deepen the people-to-people relationship between the two countries. The two sides have agreed to expand collaboration in films through festivals and co-productions.
|Rare Mammatus Clouds Captured in U.S.|
An American storm chaser has captured incredible photos of rare mammatus clouds in the sky that are usually seen during a thunderstorm.
|Messi Sets New Scoring Record as Barca Thrash Sevilla|
Leo Messi made La Liga history on Saturday night when he scored a hat-trick which gave FC Barcelona a 5-1 win at home to Sevilla.
|Lu Gengxu Ready to 'Deliver' 2nd Film "Lifelong With You"|
For singer-turned-director Lu Gengxu, his second film, "Lifelong With You" (yi sheng you ni), is a decades-long dream that's finally going to come true.
|Chen Jianbin Becomes Biggest Winner at Golden Horse Awards|
Veteran Chinese actor Chen Jianbin won awards for the best actor in a lead role, the best supporting actor and best new director at the 51st Golden Horse Awards in Taipei, on Nov. 22, 2014.
|Yao Ming Attends Charity Event in NW China's Yinchuan|
Former basketball player Yao Ming, also celebrity spokesperson of China Life Insurance Company Ltd., poses for a photo with health workers while attending a charity event in Yinchuan, capital of Northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Nov. 22, 2014.
|Thanksgiving Dinner Transformed into Works of Art|
American artist Hannah Rothstein has transformed traditional Thanksgiving dinners into mini-masterpieces. She has taken turkey, potatoes and cranberry sauce and rearranged the edible elements based on how she imagines famous artists would present the meal.
|45 Killed, 60 Injured in Afghan Suicide Attack|
At least 45 people were killed and 60 others wounded after a suicide bomb attack shocked a volleyball ground in Yahya Khel district of Paktika province, eastern Afghanistan, on Sunday evening, officials confirmed.
|Hydro Plant Begins Operation on Major River in Tibet|
Tibet's largest hydropower station became partly operational on Sunday, harnessing the rich water resources of the Yarlung Zangbo River to develop the electricity-strapped region.
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