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6 Killed in E China Boat Collision
Six fishermen have been confirmed dead and one remains missing after their vessel collided with a merchant ship in the East China Sea on Wednesday.
22 Chinese Arrested in Cambodia over Telephone Scams
Cambodian police arrested 22 Chinese, who were suspected of transnational telephone fraud, in southeast Cambodia's Svay Rieng Province on Saturday, August 29.
Russian Bear Anaesthetized after Roaming into China
A black bear from Russia has been captured and released into the wild after crossing into China and causing a stir in a border town.
Iran Sees China Major Partner in Post-nuclear-deal Era: Rouhani
Iran considers China its major partner in the country's development in the aftermath of the nuclear deal reached in the Austrian capital of Vienna last month, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday.
US Marks 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
Locals in Mississippi and Louisiana gathered on Saturday to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which ripped through their states and caused massive damages and many casualties.
100k RMB Decomposed after being Buried for Four Years
A pile of money worth 100,000 yuan ($15,660) was found decomposed after being stashed under the family kitchen for four years in Shuyang, east China's Jiangsu Province, local news outlet jschina.com.cn reported on Saturday.
VJ War Series Part II: How a Guerrilla Solider and a Child Oxherd Contributed to the War Effort
For China's northeastern provinces, it was a 14-year battle against Japanese occupation and colonial rule. For the entire nation, it meant an all-out war of eight years. National salvation depended on both collective efforts and individual sacrifices.
Box Office of Crime Film "The Dead End" Exceeds 100 Million Yuan
Chinese crime film "The Dead End" has nabbed over 100 million yuan, or 16 million US dollars. This comes just three days after its opening.
Downton Abbey Releases Trailer for Final Season
A trailer of the last season of British period drama Downton Abbey has been released.
Chinese Hugo Award Winner: Science-fi Is to Stimulate Readers' Imagination
Chinese writer Liu Cixin, winner of this year's Hugo Award for Best Novel, has gone on record saying it is science fiction's mission to stimulate readers' imagination and arouse their interest in science.
IOC President Visits 2022 Winter Olympics Co-hosting city Zhangjiakou
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) President visited Zhangjiakou's Chongli County in north China's Hebei Province on Sunday.
Guo Ailun Returns to National Team for Asian Championship
Top scorer from China's Olympic team Guo Ailun has returned to the national team. Guo has resumed training and very likely will be selected for the men's Asian Championship next month.
A Conversation with Ken Liu on The Three-Body Problem
Ken Liu, a writer and the translator of the English edition of The Three-Body Problem, the best novel of this year¡¯s Hugo Award written by Chinese sci-fi writer Liu Cixin, talked about his translating experience of the book during an exclusive interview with CRI reporter.
Interview: Hollywood Documentary Director Tells a True Tibet
The 60-minute documentary debuted in the U.S. in 2013 and showed the audience a true Tibet in the past and present by using sufficient and convincible history materials.
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China's Economy Operating within Appropriate Range: Premier
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says the country's economy is operating within an appropriate range and that China continues to lead the world in terms of growth.
Tianjin Details Compensation for Blast-hit Apartments
Tianjin housing administration has confirmed that residents of apartment blocks damaged in the Tianjin warehouse explosions can sell their homes to an alliance of property developers or have the government renovate them free of charge.
Mass Protest in Tokyo agaisnt Security Bills
Some 120,000 people rallied and surrounded Japan's parliament building on Sunday, demanding Prime Minister Shinzo Abe rescind the controversial security bills.
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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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