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• China Separates Government Functions From Postal Business • China to Enhance the Competitiveness of State-Owned Economy
• Canadian MP: New Government Promotes Stonger Ties with China • China Promotes Construction of Multi-level Financial System
• Expert on China's Cut of the Fuel Surchage • Canadian Minister Visits to Boost Sino-Canadian Ties
• Music Branding • China Needs to better Use Foreign Exchange Reserves
• Is There a Bubble on the Mainland Stock Market • Filipino Expert: Be Ready Whatever Chances for Cooperation with China
• China 2006 GDP Growth at 10.5 Percent • EU Court Accepts Chinese Shoemakers' Lawsuit
• Surging Stock Market, No Profit? • Return of Overseas-Listed Chinese Firms
• Israeli Ambassador to China: Trade Goal Achievable • Mixed World Reaction to Saddam's Execution
• Ship Sinks near Java, Hundreds Feared Dead • More Artificially Inseminated Pandas Survive in 2006
• Saddam Executed by Hanging • Repair of undersea Cables to Take Weeks
• Chinese Expert Analyses Saddam's Execution • Bush: Saddam's Execution won't Immediately Halt Violence
• Chinese Applications to US Universities Paralyzed by Taiwan Quake • China Says New Corporate Tax Law Won't Impact Foreign Firms
• China Approves Law to Protect Minors • Iraqi Judge: Saddam to be Hanged within a Day
• Undersea Cables Repair Completed in Weeks • China Issues White Paper on Defence
• Hong Kong and Mainland to Deepen Economic Cooperation under CEPA • Parts of Internet Services Back to Normal
• Tokyo Trial Can't Be Overturned • China to Push Development of Trades in Service Industry
• China's Supreme Court To Take Back Death Penalty Review Rights • No. 1 US Electronics Retailer Enters Chinese Market
• Earthquake off Taiwan Disrupts HK Communications • S. Korean Foreign Minister on Importance of Six-party Talks
• China Pledges to Support New SCO Secretary-general • Ethiopian PM Denies US Involvement in Ethiopia's Counterattacks in Somalia
• Days with No Overseas Internet Access • Top 10 Beijing Olympic Stories in 2006 Unveiled
• China's News Briefing Mechanism Achieve Progress • Reaction to Saddam's Death Penalty
• Beijing Promote Public Transport • Pay Less to Catch a Bus
• "Treasures of Ancient India" Exhibition Kicks off • China Searches for 17 N.Korean Sailors Missing After Ship Sinks
• Former US President Gerald Ford Dies at 93 • China Provides More Financial Support to Rural Areas
• Temperature in China to Slightly Rise by 2020 • Pipeline Blast Hundreds in Nigeria
• Strong Earthquake Shakes Taiwan • Ban Ki-moon Calls for Patience on Nuclear Issue
• Used Equipment Recycling Set for January in HK • 2006: A Fruitful Year for China's Anti-Drug Campaign
• Draft Labour Contract Law Favors Employees' Rights • China and Japan Hold First Meeting on Joint History Study
• Home Swap Travel, Still Takes Time to Grow by Simone • China Approves Local Registration of 9 Foreign Banks
• Indonesia Rushes Relief to Flood-ravaged Sumatra Island • Tsunami: Two Years After
• Outbound Tourism Boost at Spring Festival • Forbidden City will Present More to Public
• China to Unify Corporate Income Tax Rates at 25% • China Strengthens Supervision over Social Security Funds
• China's Grain Output to Top New Record • Christians in Bethlehem, Jerusalem Celebrate Holiest Day
• UNSC would Regret Voting in favor of Iranian Sanctions: Ahmadinejad • Abbas Hails His Meeting with Olmert
• New UN Secretary General Says Lebanon and Darfur will Be Priorities • Israel Agrees to Defreeze Funds to Palestine
• Audience Pay last Respect to Ma Ji • People of Chongqing in China Celebrate X'mas
• Shorter Week Gives Civil Servants Zest for Studying in HK • Environmental Campaigners Call for an Eco-Friendly X'mas
• Christmas Preparations Underway in Karachi • Elephants in Santa Outfits Walk into Thai Schools
• Six-Party Talks Head to Possible Final Day • Russia FM: Not to Politicise the Litvinenko Case
• Fog Disrupts Heathrow Airport, BA Cancels Europe Flights • Gates Discusses Assistance with Iraqi Officials
• Abbas Expects to Meet Olmert • UK Man Charged with Serial Killing
• French Defense Ministry Denies Passing Up Chances to Kill bin Laden • China Presents the Great Caito Public Library With Books
• China & ASEAN Expects More Cooperation in Future • Public Service in Rural Areas Top Priority
• Six-Party Talks to Continue after 4 Days of Negotiations • New Runway Construction Studied in Hong Kong
• China Continues Improving Coal Mine Industry • Audience Pay Last Respect to Ma Ji
• Olmert Calls for Ceasefire between Palestinian Factions • Bush Not Decided Whether to Increase Troops in Iraq
• Macao Celebrates Return to China • Six Party Talks Will Be Continuing Till Friday
• Key Hong Kong Population Policy Components Set • Court Condemns all Accused to Death for Infecting Children with HIV
• Hamas and Fatah Announce New Truce Deal • Foreign Banks to Report Suspicious Transactions
• Hong Kong Jobless Rate Falls to 4.4% • China Emphasizes Absolute Control Over SOEs Crucial
• New Year's Eve Carnival Set for Sha Tin • Employer Branding Growing Public Recognition by Simone
• Blair in Ramallah on New Mideast Peace Push • Nuclear Proliferation Arouses International Concern
• Six Party Talks Resuming in Beijing after 13 Month Standoff • China and Pakistan Hold Joint Military Exercise
• Hong Kong Sports Institute Upgrade Proposed • Jewish Festival of Hanukkah Celebrated in The Capital
• Gunmen Attack Palestinian FM • Blair Expresses Support for Iraq during Visit
• All Foreign Negotiators Arrive in Beijing for Six-Party Talks • Fire Killed 27 at Pakistan Wedding
• China, US Sign Deal to Import Nuclear Power Technology to China • US Company to Build Four Nuclear Reactors in China
• China Expects Six-party Talks to Make Substantial Progress • Palestinian Leader Calls for early Elections
• North, South Korean Delegations Arrive in Beijing for Nuclear Talks • SK-II Products Back on Sale in Shanghai
• China Holds First Seminar on Mid-East Peace • Nepal's Top Leaders Sign Interim Constitution
• Japan, India to Talk on Free Trade • Panda Cub Named Mei Lan at Zoo Atlanta
• Iran's Top National Security Official on Nuclear Issues • South Koreans Hold High Expectation over New UN Chief
• China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue Concludes with Consensus Reached • US Senator Says Thousands More Troops Needed to Stabilise Iraq
• Cross-Straits Youth Meet at Forum • Expert on China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue
• Exchange-rate Regime Working Well: Henry Tang • Bush to Present Iraq Plan after long Deliberation
• Ministry of Foreign Affairs: China Will Play the Role of Host • 17,000 SMEs Benefit from Marketing Fund
• Top-Level Talks to Promote Sino-US Economic Relations • Top US Negotiator Expects Progress on Upcoming Six-Party Talks
• UN Approves First Convention Protecting Rights of World's Disabled • Moussa Seeks to Defuse Crisis in Lebanon
• Arab League Sec General Embarks on Diplomacy Mission to Lebanon • China's Positive Environment Impact Ignored: Report
• Taiwan Affairs Office: Taiwan Companies Welcome in the Mainland Financial Market • New Design May Add in Hong Kong Star Ferry Features 
• To Type or To Hand Write • Six-party Talks to Resume
• World Bank's Global Economic Prospects 2007 Highlights China's Role • Olmert: Israel Will Not Be First to Introduce Nuclear Weapons
• Experts Say Industry Restructuring is the Key to China's Economic Development • China Urges "Substantial" Progress Be Made in Upcoming Six-party Talks
• China Tackles Ageing Population • Official: Pakistan's Stand on Kashmir not Changed
• Iran Hosts Holocaust Conference • Military Funeral for Former Chilean President
• How Will Foreign Banks' Localizing Stir Competion? • Sun Yat-sen Museum Opens in Hong Kong
• China Fulfills Its WTO Commitments • Six-party Talks to Resume
• UN Sec Gen Gives Last Speech Criticising US Iraq Policy • Car Makers Race in Sales Promotion
• Iraqi President Reject ISG Recommendation • Discovery in Good Health
• Typhoon Utor leaves at least 4 dead in Philippines • American-India Nuclear Deal
• China Continues Opening up after 5 Year WTO Transitional Period • Beijing to Overhaul Its Bus System
• Nobel Peace Laureate Yunus Receives Award • Former Chilean Dictator Pinochet Dies
• Minister of Commerce: China Has Faithfully Implemented WTO Obligations • Beijing Suffers Severe Blood Shortage
• A US Professor Comments on the 5th Anniversary of China's WTO Entry • HK Financial Situation Better than Expected: Fred Ma
• 5 Years WTO Accession: China's Development Better than Expected • Hospital Fire in Russia Kills 9
• U.S. Congress Approves Legislation on Civilian Nuclear Co-op with India • China Emerges a Bigger Role in WTO
• Doha Asiad Enters 2nd Half • Nobel Peace Prize Winner Meets Press ahead of Sunday's Awards
• Abbas to Call early Elections • South American Nations Seek closer Ties
• Beijing Suffers Severe Blood Shortage • UNCA Bids Farewell to Kofi Annan
• Russian Fire Kills at least 45 • Nobel Peace Prize Winner Yunus Arrives in Norway for Presentation Ceremony
• 26th Anniversary of Lennon's Assassination Commemorated • Ten Chinese China-Africa Friendship Messengers Awarded
• Pearl Harbor Day Marked in Hawaii • Cebu Prepares for Upcoming ASEAN Summit
• Hong Kong, Canada Renew ICT MOU • Bush, Blair on ISG Report
• Russia: Litvinenko Case Not Affcting Russia-Britain Ties • Isreal Holds Different View on ISG Report
• WB: More Projects with China against Poverty • China Hopes Fiji to Maintain Stability
• Why China Wants A Harmonious Society • Iran Won't Abandon Nuclear Program and Willing to Solve Iraq Crisis
• US Brings Relief to Philippines amid Legal Battle over Convicted Marine • Looking For Li Huizhen
• Famous Scholar Yu Qiuyu • HK Tourism Benefits from Rising Yuan
• ITU Souvenirs Showcase HK's Uniqueness • South Korean Workers Protest against FTA
• Iraq Study Group: US Iraq Policy Not Working • Heating back on for Shivering Urumqi Residents
• Common Market among Issues to be Discussed at ASEAN Summit • UN Chief Deplores Coup in Fiji
• Senilagakali Sworn in as Fiji's Interim PM • China Takes Measures to Implement Aid Packs to Africa
• Nations Fail to Agree on Iran Nuclear Sanctions Plan • China Hopes IAEA Chief's Beijing Visit Strengthens Bilateral Efforts
• 'No Plastic Bag Day' Extended to 2007 in Hong Kong • US Defence Chief Nominee at Confirmation Hearing
• Iran Warns Europe against Acts of 'Hostility' • China to Speed Up Vocational Education
• Russian FM: Litvinenko Probe "Damaging Bilateral Relations" • IAEA Chief Says Sanctions alone not Resolve N Korean Nuclear Issue
• Fiji's Coup and Comments from Aus PM and NZ PM • Shoot Your Own Movie!
• Chinese Literature Flourishes Over Past Decades • A Chaste Woman
• Pop Singer Chen Xu • Beijing Students Support Golden Lion-Winning Film
• China Develops Computer Server Operating System • Bush Accepts Resignation of John Bolton
• China's First Moon Probe Ready to Fly Next February • Int'l Telecom Gala Lightens Hong Kong
• Int'l Agreement on Building ITER Signed in Paris • Int'l Telecom Gala Lightens Hong Kong
• Situation in Iraq is Worse Than Civil War: Annan • Reaction to resignation of US Ambassador to UN
• China Pledges Exchanges with International Trade Unions • US Marine Convicted of Raping Filipino Woman
• EU-China RoHS Conference Held in Beijing • Leading Int'l Telecommunications Event Opens in Hong Kong
• Over 1,000 Killed in Philippine Mudslide • Hundreds Protest Against in Central Beirut
• Leading Int'l Telecommunications Event Opens in Hong Kong • CRI, Window to China for 65 Years
• Venezuela's Chavez Wins Re-Election by Wide Margin • China Opens Largest National Job Fair 2006
• China Radio International Celebrates 65th Anniversary in Beijing • At Least 800 Dead or Missing in the Phillipines
• Various Car Bombings in Baghdad Kill Dozens of Iraqis • China Opens Largest National Job Fair 2006
• Abbas Holds Meetings in Gaza with Austrian, German FMs • Death Toll from Mudslies in Philippines Rise to 208
• Thousands Continue a Sit-in Outside Lebanese Govt Offices • Calderon Takes Oath of Office after Brawl in Congress
• China Issues Regulations Granting Foreign Journalists More Convenience in Reporting Olympics • China Promotes HIV/AIDS Prevention Nationwide
• China: More Efforts and Achievements in HIV/AIDS Prevention • UN Officers: China Plays Significant Role in the World¡¯s HIV/AIDS Prevention
• Disabled Population Rises in China • Philippine President on Typhoon and Mudslide
• Iraq Study Group to Urge Pullback of US Troops • AIDS Stigma from Media Reports
• Web Portals "Should Strike Right Balance": Officials • Abbas: Coalition Talks with Hamas Hits "Dead End, Rice on Shuttle Diplomacy
• HK's Linked Exchange Rate System Unaffected by Renminbi Appreciation • China, DPRK, US Agree to Resume Six-party Talks Soon
• Radioactive Substances Found on BA Planes • Another Plane Probed for Possible Radiation Contamination
• Iraq in Civil War? US Readjusts Its Iraqi Policy? • Bush, Malik Presser
• Expert Reads Negotiation Made for Resuming Six-Party Talks • China, DPRK, US Agree to Resume Six-party Talks Soon
• Russia Rules Out Connection to Death of Former KGB Agent • Travel Insurance
• No Major NATO Reinforcements for Taliban Struggle • NATO Leaders Agree to Stay Military Course in Afghanistan
• Annan Addresses Nuclear Non-proliferation • Thai HIV Patients Still Stigmatized by Society
• Mainland Promotes Cross-Straits Tour & Financial Exchanges • China Strengthens Int'l Cooperation in Disaster Risk Management
• Chinese Muslim Travel to Mecca for Pilgrimage • Nigeria Railway Programe Launched
• Security Council Approves Extension of Troops in Iraq • Chinese Autos for Sale in Germany
• China and India's Economic Growth not Zero-Sum Game • Wang Leehom-Peerless Hero
• Huang Pinyuan's Latest Album-"I Love You! Love You!" • Brothers Grimm's Pied Piper Is In Town
• Eighteen Springs • Art And Literary Performances-From the People, to the People!
• From Bel Canto to Pop: Wang Zheng • Shaolin Temple-Temple or Business?
• International Art Festival of Peking University • David Tao-Too Beautiful
• Music and Arts Festivals Excites China • Oriental Studies Master¡ªJi Xianlin
• NATO Leaders Discuss Afghanistan Issues • Parliament Agrees to Recognize Quebec as a Nation Within Canada
• Expert: Financial Sanctions Key to Six Party Talks • N Korean Nuclear Envoy Ready for Return to Talks
• Nuclear Envoys from the US, China, N. Korea to Hold Talks • China Promote Int'l Collaboration in Population and Development
• Economy Hotels, a Promising Industry • Chinese, US Presidents Discuss Bilateral Relations in Phone Call
• Olmert Offers to Conditionally Restart Talks with Palestinians • Experts Calls for More Efforts to Better Protect Women
• China and UK to Promote Dialogue on Trade, IPR protection • UNIFEM to Encorage the Elimination of Violence Against Women in China
• Top Negotiators Meet for N.Korean Nuke Isssue • FM: Hu Jintao's Asian Tour a Milestone in Forging Good-Neighbourly Ties
• British Police Investigate Death of Former Russian Agent • Iraqi PM Urges Nation to Unite
• Hamas and Olmert Comment on Ceasefire • New Hydropower Stations Dot the Yangtze
• 78,000 Join Putonghua Festival in Hong Kong • Ahmadinejad Says Iran is Ready to Help the US on Iraq
• Shaky Truce Attained in Gaza • Israel and Palestinians Agree to Ceasefire
• South Korea to Slaughter Thousands of Chickens after Bird Flu Outbreak • Lebanese Gov't Approved International Tribunal for Rafik Hariri
• Hu: Sino-Pakistani Friendship to Create a Better Future • Asst to Al-Sadr's Visits Wounded People in Sadr
• Former Russian Spy Poisoned with Radioactive Substance: British Gov. • Int'l Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women Marked
• Hamas to Halt Rocket Fire in exchange for Israeli Ceasefire • Hu Jintao's Visit to Pakistan Consolidates Friendship, Broaden Cooperation
• Government Urged to Do More to Promote Recycling Economy • China Launches First Int'l Training Class on Bird Flu
• Government Urged to Promote Recycling Economy • Famous Hope Project Poster Auctioned
• President Hu: China to Enrich Strategic and Long-term Partnership with Pakistan • South Korea Suspends Imports of US Beef
• Top Iraqi Officials Meet After Attack • Amin Gemayel Calls on Lebanese President to Resign
• Former Russian Spy Dies of Apparent Poisoning • Foreign Experts Praise China's Human Rights Development
• HK, Mainland to Bolster Intelligence Exchange • IAEA Deny Iran's Help in Building Reactor
• China Protests Japan ex-PM's Visit to Taiwan • Spokesperson on Hu Jintao's Visit to Pakistan
• China Strengthens Int'l Cooperation in Natural Disaster • Chinese President Makes Five-Point Proposal for Sino-Indian Economic Cooperation
• UN Secretary General Addresses Media on Lebanon • Russian Cosmonaut Hits Golf Ball Into Space
• Chemical Plant Explosion Rips Through US Suburb • Food Tracking Technologies Explored in HK
• Britain May Hand Control of Basra to Iraqis by Spring • US Peace Activist Joins FTA Protest
• UN Report: 3,709 Iraqi Civilians Killed in October • Nepalese Celebrate Accord Giving Rebels a Place in Government
• SCO Ministers' Meeting Held in Beijing • Hu Jintao Speaks on Sino-Indian Cooperation
• Airbus A380 Lands in Guangzhou • Pakistan Warmly Welcomes Chinese President's Visit
• World Delegates Discuss Human Rights • 2006 Bejing Int'l Auto Show
• Int'l Agreement on Building ITER Signed in Paris • Pact Signed to Build Int'l Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor
• Syria, Iraq Restore Diplomatic Relations • China, India to Push forward Partnership
• 2006 Auto Show • Bush Wraps up Asia Tour
• Former Russian Spy's Condition Deteriorates • EP Delegation Visits Beijing
• Chief of WCC: Five Major Religions Enjoy Harmony in China • China, U.S. to Strive for Early Resumption of Six-party Talks
• MOFA: Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to India is of Significance • Hu Jintao Visits Chinese Volunteers in Laos
• Green Poverty Reduction Project Launched in Beijing • EP Delegation Holds Press Conference in Beijing
• Anti-Theft Electric Fence Triggers Controversy • President Hu on Four-Day Visit to India
• Next 5-day Week Phase to Start January 1 in HK • Afghanistan President Receives Peace Award
• Hezbollah Asks for Demonstrations to Take over the Government • HK's First Telecom Youth Forum to be Held
• Chinese President's Visit to Strengthen Sino-Laotian Ties • CRI Launches Second Overseas FM Radio Station
• Chinese Volunteers in Laos • China, Laos Seeks More Political and Trade Cooperation
• Secret Nazi Archives To Open after Fifty Years • China and American Navys Holds Joint Exercise
• Soldiers and Police from New Zealand Arrived in Tonga to Help Deal with Unrest • Australia, NZ to Send Troops to Tonga to Help Deal with Unrest
• APEC Nations Expected to Issue Joint Statement over DPRK Nuclear Program • UN Passes Draft Resolution Condemning Israel Ops in Gaza
• Socialist Election Winner Starts Campaign Against Challenger on the Right • China's First Human Rights Exhibition Opens
• US Urges China to Become a Responsible Stakeholder • Afghanistan Faces Food Shortage This Winter
• Tsang Urges Political Determination in Doha Talks • 2010 Expo Receives Global
• "Battle of Wits" Premieres in Beijing • US to Keep Good Relations With Asia
• Pakistan, Russia Agree to Further Expand Cooperation • UN Secretary General Tries to Break through in Sudan's Violence
• World Toilet Expo • 2010 Expo Receives Global Popularity
• China Urges Efforts for Resumption of Six-Party Talks • Expert Reads Top Agenda of Forthcoming APEC Meeting
• Growing Old without Growing Anxious • A Chinese Da Vinci Code
• China Issues New Regulations on Foreign-Funded Banks • Top US Official Warns of Timetable for Iraqi Withdraw
• UN Secretary-General Issues Climate Warning • US Warship Arrives for Joint Search-and-Rescue Exercise
• Japan Has Issued A Tsunami Warning • China's High-tech Zones: The Fueling Force for The Country's s Economy
• Syrian Cabinet Minister Reacts to Blair Speech • S. Korea's Former Foreign Minister Leaves for UN
• Chinese President to Visit 4 Asian Nations, Attend APEC Meeting • Japan Bans Exports of Luxury Goods to DPRK
• World Bank Urges China to Rebalance Economy • Civil rights Activists File Lawsuit against US Officials over War Crimes
• Gunmen Abduct 150 Iraqis from Research Institute • Iranian President: Time is Moving in Favor of Iran on Nuke Issue
• MOFA Urges Joint Efforts by APEC Countries on Korean Peninsula Nuclear Issue • China to Up Int'l Collaboration in Mining Sector
• Sino-Vietnamese Trade Co-operation Sees Bright Future • Auction Your Wedding Gown!
• Bush Meets with Iraq Study Group • Blair Calls on West to Deal with Iran
• China Drive, 11:00AM(14th, Nov) • Shanghai's First CEPA Shopping Mall Recreates Itself
• S.Korea Balks at Taking New Measures to Sanction N.Korea • Olmert: Israel Willing to Open Dialogue with Abbas
• Lebanese Government Approves International Tribunal • Gutierrez Helps US Enterprises Seek Business Opportunities in China
• Lebanese Political Crisis Deepens • US Commerce Sec Arrives in China for Trade Talks
• China and Vietnam Expect New Breakthroughs in Bilateral Ties • Joint Cross-border Emergency Exercise on Infectious Diseases Held
• Immigration Courtesy Campaign to Launch in HK • China Marks 140th Birth Anniversary of Sun Yat-sen
• Hua Luogeng Memorial Opens in Hometown • Discount Pharmacies Face in Business Crisis
• Palestinian Militant Groups Vows to Attack US Targets • Heightened Security at Indian Airports after Hijacking Threats
• UN SC Ambassadors Visit Afghanistan • Arab Nations to Break Financial Blockade on Palestinians
• China Provides the Disabled Better Access to Information • Palestinians Expressed Anger at The US Veto
• Hong Kong's Star Ferry Pier Closes its Doors to the Public • Russia to Push for Talks btw Tehran, P5 plus One
• President Bush Leads Ceremony for the War Dead • Abbas Hopes to Form Coalition Gov. within Month
• National Exhibition on Russia • China Sets Royalty Payment Standard for Karaoke Bars
• Hanoi Ready for APEC • Bush in Talks with Demoractic Leaders
• Haniyeh Would Step Down for Restoring Aid • Michelle Kwan Appointed US Diplomatic Envoy
• Iran's Top Nuke Negotiator Meets Russian FM • British Spy Chief Warns of Terrorist Plots
• Friendship between Chinese and Russian People Lasts • China Blasts Claims of New Strain of Bird Flu
• Ban Departure from SKorean Foreign Min. for UN Sec General • Hu Jintao Applauds Achievements of Chinese Culture Circle
• Fuel-efficient Driving • Culture and Ignorance, Factors in China's Nutritional Problems
• OECD Releases First Report on China's Environmental Protection • Year of Russia Comes to a Fruitful Conclusion
• Reactions to Margaret Chan Being Endorsed as WHO Chief • Margaret Chan approved of WHO Head
• Year of Russia Draws the Curtain • Election Aftermath: Bush Seeks Cooperation with Dems on Iraq, but Still Sharply Divided
• MOFA: Sound China-US Relations Serve Common Interests • HK Society Hails WHO Nomination of Margaret Chan as Next Chief
• Year of Russia in China Approaches Ending • Kyrgyz parliament approves new constitution
• Bush Presents Incoming Def Sec • MOFA: Next WHO Director-General Is A Result of Democratic Choice
• Train like a Star...Work out with a Personal Trainer • EU-China Partnariat 2006 Opened in Chengdu
• Peter Mandelson¡ªMore Than a Matchmaker • UN Votes to End US Embargo on Cuba
• China, US Strategic Dialogue Successful • China Pleased with Chan's Election
• Margaret Chan Nominated to Head WHO • Chinese President Vote in Local Elections
• Rumsfeld Steps down, Pelosi: No Stay the Course • China, EU Reach New Consensus on Economic Cooperation
• Democrats Sweep toward Control of Congress • Nepal Government, Rebels Clinch Historic Peace Deal
• 'Silver-hair Fair' to Parade Elderly Spending Power in HK • Need a House? Swap a Paperclip for It!
• Palestinian Leader Meets Norwegian FM • Ortega Elected President in Nicaragua
• Nepal Government, Rebels Clinch Historic Peace Deal • China, US Open High-Level Talks Amid N. Korea Nuke Tension
• China, EU Reach New Consensus on Economic Cooperation • US Midterm Election: Iraq a Major Concern, Voters Divided
• Panama Wins UN Security Council Seat • Britain Jails an Al-Qaida Operative over US and UK Plots
• China Urges Six-party Talks to Resume ASAP • Sentence of Saddam Casts Shadow on US Election
• Annual ABU General Assembly Kicks Off in Beijing • China, US to hold 3rd Round of Strategic Dialogue
• World Helping Africa Adapt to Climate Change • Kenya Hosts World Climate Conference
• Anti-Sex-Offender Website, Controversial • Old Industrial Area to Sci-Tech Zone
• WHO Chooses Shortlist for New Director-General • York Chow: IT Can Boost Disease-data Exchanges
• New EU Airport Restrictions on Liquids • Abbas, Hamas Don't Agree on Unity Gov't
• Kenya Hosts the World Climate Conference • Chinese Entrepreneur Sets up Environmental Protection Fund in UNEP
• ADB Helps China Reduce Poverty with More Loans • Ibero-American Summit Concludes
• Ban Ki-moon on North Korea and Japan's Nuclear Debate • Hu Jintao Meet South African Counterpart in Beijing
• Mauritian PM: FOCAC Great Success • China, Africa Pledge Closer Ties
• The Dapper Dude: Spas • Live Downtown and Work Downtown
• Fashion Week to Boost Chinese Branding • Chinese Candidate Leads Race for Top WHO Post
• Iraq Trial Gets Mixed Reaction • Chinese Airline Launches Country's First Direct Flight to Africa
• Flu Vaccination Drive to Launch in Hong Kong • China's Copyright Watchdog Targets Internet Piracy
• A New Type of Strategic Partnership between China and Africa Established • FOCAC Beijing Summit Adopts Declaration
• Saddam Hussein Sentenced to Death • Iraq Orders A Curfew in Baghdad
• China-Africa Trade Expected to Top $100b by 2010 • China Offers Aid Measures Package to Africa
• Top Chinese Adviser Wraps Up Four-Nation Europe Tour • Beijing Summit of Sino-African Co-op Opens
• China's Copyright Watchdog Targets Internet Piracy • Russia Proposes Limited Sanctions on Iran
• Ministerial Conference: Final Preparation for the Beijing Summit • Typhoon Winds Fan Hong Kong's Biggest Hill Fire in a Decade
• Iraqi President: US Troops Could Go Home in 2-3 Years • Abbas Calls for Diplomatic Solutions
• South Korea to Maintain 'Friendly' Relations with North • China Sends Volunteers to Africa
• Britain to Cooperate with India on Anti-terrorism • Panama in Line for UN Security Council Seat
• China, A Hot Destination for African Students • Beijing Ready for China-Africa Summit
• African Reporters Busy Covering Beijing Summit • China Says Sino-African Co-op Is Mutually Beneficial
• MOFA Calls for Firm Adherence to UN Resolution 1718 • African Exhibitions Held Ahead of FOCAC
• African Ambassadors Look Forward to FOCAC • Thai Business Leader: China A Newcomer, But Growing
• Moon Orbiter to Be Launched April 2007 • China's Launches of Manned Spaceships on Agenda
• "Experience China in South Africa" Showcases Chinese Culture • Sanctions on Tehran Would Isolate Iran; Russian FM
• FMs of Guatemala and Venezuela Discuss Withdraw from UNSC Race • China Further Promotes Sino-Africa Trade
• China Amends Law to Limit Death Sentence • Resumption of Six-party Talks Welcomed
• N.Korea Confirms to Return to Nuclear Talks • Chinese and African Officials Look Forward to Beijing Summit
• Rumsfeld OKs Increase in Iraqi Forces • S.Korea and Japan: Sanctions Still Remain
• Beijing Restricts Traffic During China-Africa Summit • HK Beats New York on IPOs
• Baby Boom Hits Shanghai • Simba Salon in Beijing
• China Adopts Anti-Money Laundering Law • Air Show China 2006 Takes Off in Zhuhai
• Fanny Law Appointed ICAC Commissioner • International Planes Makers Eyeing on China
• Top Legislature Adopts anti-money Laundering Law • Six-party Talks to Resume soon
• China ASEAN to See Closer Economic Ties • South Korea Calls for Balance between Sanctions and Dialogue over the North
• N.Korea and Iran Criticize US Policy on Nuclear Issues • UN Nuclear Chief Comments on N Korea and Iran
• China-ASEAN Expo, More to Expect • Premier Wen Urges Closer Relations with ASEAN Countries
• China and ASEAN Enhance Cooperation • China Increases Highly Skilled Workforce
• Changing Your Lover? • China-ASEAN Expo Opens in Nanning
• HK Corporate Citizenship Survey to be Held • Beijing Makes Final Preparations for the China- Africa Cooperation Forum
• China to Build 8.3 Billion USD Rail for Nigeria • Typhoon Batters Northern Philippines, Killing at Least 8
• Brazil's President Re-elected in Landslide • Elderly Day: Chinese Seniors Needs More Care
• Chinese Tourists Surge in Africa • Setback for Octopus Card Trial in Taxis in HK
• Insurance Sector, A Boost for Pudong Financial Center Buildup • Press Center for China-Africa Summit Opens
• China-ASEAN Summit to Promote Regional Trade and Political Trust • World Bank President Values China-Africa Cooperation, Elaborates WB Policy Shifts
• Geneva Talk on Sri Lanka Ends Without Breakthrough • Nearly 100 Dead in Nigerian Plane Crash
• Serbs Vote on New Constitution • Cuba Leader Fidel Castro Appears on TV Ridiculing Recent Rumors of Death
• Iran's Foreign Ministry Brief on Nuclear Issue • Nanning Ready for Opening of China-ASEAN Gala
• Iran Confirms Second Cascade of Centrifuges • Polls Open for Referendum on New Constitution
• Afghan Blames NATO for Civilian Casualties • Sri Lanka Government and Tamil Rebel Negotiators Meet for Peace Talks
• Countdown to 3rd China-ASEAN Expo • 7 million Tickets for 2008 Olympics
• Khatami Labels UN Draft Resolution Irrational • Solana Wraps up Israel and Palestinian Tour
• ICBC Debuts in Hong Kong Bourse • New UN Secretary-General Meets with Chinese President
• Solana: Road Map the Best Way to Bring Peace • UN Discusses Iran Sanctions Draft
• China's Draft Property Law Tabled in Legislature for 6th Reading • The Great Wall to be Re-Measured
• Anti-piracy Drive Yields Success • HK Attractive for Int'l Financial Activity: HKMA
• UN Volunteers • US Border Bill Causes Trouble
• SKorea to Enforce Sanctions over NKorea • Heads of over 40 African Countries to Attend Beijing Summit
• Trade Booms Between China & ASEAN • IOC: Beijing's Words Coming into Reality
• UN GA Continues to Vote for SC Member Seat • Thailand Eyes Deeper Co-op with China
• China, France to Strengthen Cooperation • President Hu Jintao Meets Chirac in Beijing
• Halloween Ideas • Chinese Official to Lead International Anti-Corruption Body
• South Pacific Forum Wraps Up • Germany Vows to Investigate Troops Scandal in Afghanistan
• Survey: 42% of HK Teens Unhealthy • Putin: Pressure N.Korea could Backfire
• Bush Acknowledges Discontent at Home with War in Iraq • German Soldiers in Afghanistan under Investigation
• Singapore PM Speaks Highly of China-ASEAN Relations • S.Korean Unification Minister Offers to Resign
• Fruitful "Year of Russia" in China • EU New Policy Paper Eyes Better Trade Ties with China
• Chinese Footwear Giant to Sue EU • China to Become a Hot Outsourcing Destination Worldwide
• Britain to Control Labor from Bulgaria, Romania • Violent Protest against Free Trade Talks with US
• Donald Tsang Visits HK Science Park • UN SG Designate Pledged to Restore Trust in The World Body
• Jia Qinglin Address China-British Business Council • Indonesia Looks Forward to China-ASEAN Summit
• Chinese Expert: China's Not Colonizing Africa • China Attaches Great Importance to the Relationship with Africa
• China Says It Will Not Stop Economic Aid to N. Korea • Tracing the Footprints of the Red Army on the Long March
• China's TV Industry in Heated Competition • Bayer, Tongji University Holds Forum on IPR Protection
• HK Gov't to Promote Software Asset Management • Head of IAEA: Talks with N. Korea real Option for Solving Nuclear Issue
• ASEAN and China to Celebrate the 15th Anniversary of their Relationship • Pacific Islands Forum Calls for Wider Cooperation
• Diplomatic Solution still "Hopeful" to Resolve Iran's Nuclear Issue; Russia and EU • Panama Referendum Approved the Expansion of the Canal
• US Senators Comment on US' Iraq Policy • China-ASEAN Summit to Boost Mutual Trust
• International Anti-Corruption Cooperation Strengthened • Yiwu Small Commodity Index launched
• Hong Kong Gov't Call Centre Wins Awards • Palestinians Celebrate End of Ramadan in Poverty and Chaos
• Ambassador to Kenya: China-Africa Beijing Summit to Deepen Bilateral Ties • S.Korean Rally Agasinst US Policy
• Panama Polls Open for Vote on Major Canal Expansion Project • Politics Will Not Affect Microcredit Business: Nobel Laureate Yunus
• China Marks 70th Anniversary of Long March • Iraqi Interior Minister Meets Al-Sadr after Iraqi Army Retake Amarah
• Iran Invites the West for Discussions on Uranium Enrichment • Bush: US won't Pull out Troops from Iraq before Mission Completed
• International Commodities Fair to open in Yiwu • New Thai PM Vows to Restore Democracy in the Country
• Jia's Tour to Improve Ties • GA still Deadlocked over Latin American Security Council Seat
• Foreign Diplomats Visit Long March Exhibition • North Korean Vice FM interviewed by ABC
• Iran to Produce Nuclear Fuel in 5 Years • Bush to Consult on Possible Change in Tactics in Iraq
• Rapid Development of China¡¯s Urban Rail • China ASEAN Relationship Reaches Strategic Level
• China Plays Active Role in Resolving Nuke Issue on Korean Peninsular • French Defense Minister Meets Rumsfeld
• Suspended Muslim Teacher Wins Victimisation Suit • Asia On the Way to Schengen Agreement
• Development History of China-African Relations • Chinese FM, Rice Discuss Korean Peninsula Nuclear Issue
• How to Deal with Internet Addiction? • UN Special Envoy for Middle East: Crisis Exists in the Region
• HK Tough on Terrorist Financing • China's Finance Further Opens up
• China Cools Down Economic Development in First 3 Quarters • United Front Against DPRK
• China's Finance Furthers Open-up • KIM Meets Tang, Rice meets Ban on DPRK Nuke
• Int'l Forces could Withdraw Next Year: Iraqi Oil Minister • Iran Calls for "Realistic" European Reaction to its Nuke Issue
• ASEM Tourism Forum & Expo Held in East China's Port City • China's Bone Marrow Donor Database Reaches 500,000
• Andy Lau Talks about New Star Project • Idea of Abolishing Traditional Chinese Medicine Ridiculed
• Views Sought on Digital 21 Strategy in Hong Kong
• UN Sec Gen-elect Comments on N. Korea Test
• ASEM Tourism Forum & Expo Held in East China Port City • Japanese PM Says Nuclear Debate "Finished"
• NATO Air Strikes Kill Nine Civilians • Blair Defends Iraq Policy
• Protestors Demonstrate against Japanese Sanctions on North Korea • China Publishes Resolution on Building Harmonious Society
• China-Brunei Relationship: Good Example for State-to-state Ties • US Urges Implementation of Sanctions Against DPRK
• Zhang Xing • Movie Director Jia Zhangke
• Parody Arouses Controversy in China • Entrepreneurship In China
• Chinese Ambassador to Egypt Speaks highly of Bilateral Ties • General Assembly Continues Voting on final UNSC Non-Permanent Seat
• British Troops Pull out of Troubled Afghanistan District • HK Attracts Nearly US$36b in FDI in 2005
• Ban Ki-Moon Praises China's Role in UN • Rome Train Clash
• Bush Signs Bill to Interrogate and Prosecute Terror Suspects • Population of the United States Hits 300 Million People
• Trains Crash in Rome, Killing 2 • Nuclear Envoys from US, S.Korea, Russia Meet
• China Australia Joint Hands in Wind Power Generation • NKorea Says UN Sanctions Against It Are a Declaration of War
• US and Russian officials in Seoul to Mediate Stance on North Korea's Nuclear Test • MOFA: China Calls for Early Resumption of Six-party Talks
• Awards for Overcoming Poverty Revealed • Baidu Cooperate with Viacom's MTV
• Parents Explore Dating Scene for Picky Children • Hong Kong Airport Handles 3.5m Passengers in September
• Paper Air Tickets Fade into History • Forum to Boost Cross-straits Agricultural Cooperation
• Sri Lanka Blast • Olmert Says Mahmoud Abbas "Legitimate Partner" for Peace Talks
• China Vows to Expand Canton Fair's Role in Import • Malaysian PM Speaks Highly of Sino-ASEAN Relations
• China to Enhance Int'l Coop in Marine Environment Protection • World Marks International Day for Poverty Eradication
• Strong Earthquake Hits Hawaii • Italian Reporter and His Translator Are Abducted in Southern Afghanistan
• Hong Kong Gov't Implements Water Management • Russian Envoy: N.Korea Committed to Denuclearization
• Air Passengers May Face Fines for Moving Around • World Reacts to the N.Korea Resolution
• Ban Ki-moon Welcomes NKorea Resolution • Central Bank Steadies Monetary Policies
• Security Council Unanimously Adopts Resolution on NK • Security Council Unanimously Adopts Resolution on NK
• US, Japan wants a vote on N.Korea Saturday • Ban Ki Moon addresses NKorea issue in his first presser as Sec General
• Iran's Top Leader Accuses US of Promoting Terrorism • Russian Envoy Visits North Korea for Consultations
• Ban Ki-moon to Succeed as Next UN Secretary-General • UNSC to Vote on N.Korea on Saturday
• Harmony Index: Positive Reflection on Social Harmony • China, SKorea Reach Consensus on NKorean Issue
• UK Army Chief Says Withdrawal from Iraq 'Soon' • Japan Approves Additional Sanctions Against DPRK
• Trade Unions Established in Wal-mart China Outlets • HK Airport Named World's Best Again
• Mashaal: Hamas Won't Recognize Israel • Ambassadors Comment after Latest Meeting on N.Korea Crisis
• Trade Unions Established in Wal-mart China Outlets • Memorials Held for Bali Bombings
• MOFA: US, NKorea Need More Contact • China Issues White Paper on Space Activitie
• Rice: Palestinians Deserve to Live a Better Life • In 2006, Woman Tops the Rich List in China
• Colombia Seizes Largest Heroin Stash in History • Donald Tsang Pledges Educational Aid to be Enhanced
• UN Security Council Discuss Resolutuion on N.Korea • UN General Assembly to Confirm Ban as Secretary-General
• Small Place Hit A High-rise Tower in NYC • China-EU Sci-Tech Year to Deepen Cooperation
• Insurance Among China's Fastest Growing Industries • China: Appropriate Reaction Needed to N. Korea's Nuclear Test
• US and Australia React to N.Korea Nuclear Test • National Audit Office of China to Be Audited
• Economy, Families, Environment Top HK Chief's Agenda • 3D Flowerbeds to Beautify Shanghai
• "Man's Best Friend" Now a Problem • Thai PM: Martial Law to Continue till Political Tension Eases down
• New Medical Reform Task Force Set Up • Chinese Expert Reads Foreign Ministry's Statement on North Korea's Nuclear Test
• HK Participates in Mosaiculture Show • China: Appropriate Reaction Needed to N. Korea¡¯s Nuclear Test
• For a Better Day after Tomorrow • 65 More Projects Join 973 Program
• Spokesman Says Hamas Has Reservations About Unity Gov't • House Leader Says He'll Dismiss Anyone Covering for Rep. Foley
• Funeral Held for Slain Russian Journalist Anna Politkovskaya • U.S.: North Korea Will Face Consequences for Nuclear Test
• MOFA: Dialogue is the Best Way to Solve No.Korean Nuclear Issue • S. Korea Minister Apologizes For Nuke Test
• Ruling Parties and Top Rebel Leaders Meet • New Stimulations for Housing Purchases
• S Korea's Ban Nominated for Top UN Job • Ban Ki-moon Nominated By UNSC As New SG
• American Edmund Phelps Wins 2006 Nobel Economics Prize • No Sign of Serious Corruption in HK: ICAC
• Experts: DPRK Nuke Test Affects Power Balance in the Pacific • World Reacts to N.Korea's Nuclear Test
• China to Make Better Use of Groundwater • Chinese Leaders Praise Japanese PM's Positive Attitude towards Bilateral Ties
• Georgian President willing to Open Talks with Russia • NK Radio: Nuclear Test a "Great Leap Forward"
• Japan Reacts to North Korean Nuclear Test • Int'l Circular Economy Summit to Be Held in Shenzhen
• China Responds to EU's Anti-dumping Policy on Chinese Shoe-making Industry • Ode to the Long March
• Tracing the Footprints of the Red Army on the Long March • Retracing the Footprints of the Long March
• Green Thought in An Urban Shade • National Day Celebration
• Confucius Culture Festival Marked in Qufu • New Singers
• Chinese Ethnic Culture Celebration • First Ever Beijing-Taipei Art Festival Marks New Mode for Cross-Strait Cultural Exchanges
• Women's Life • Theme Songs for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
• Chinese Sport Movies • Chinese Leaders Meet Japanese PM
• China's National Day Holiday Week Concludes • Pakistan Marks 1st Anniversary of Massive Quake
• Art Beijing 2006 Helps Beijing Go Global • Memorial Held to Commemorate Earthquake Victims
• Reconstruction Underway Year After S. Asia's Massive Earthquake • Japan-China Society Chairman on Abe's China Visit
• Russia Seeks to Boost UN's Georgia Mission • Major Nations Agree to Consult on Iran Sanctions
• First Inclusive Arts Festival Set for December in HK • Thousands Evacuated from Town due to Hazardous Material Fire
• UN SC Urges N.Korea to Cancel Its Planned Nuclear Test • Overseas Chinese Back for Moon Festival
• US Warns N. Korea Not to Conduct Nuke Test • Rice on Surprise Visit to Iraq
• Iran Claims Right to Peaceful Nuclear Technology • Celebrating the National Day Holiday by Traveling
• Arthur Li Woos Business Sector Support • Chinese UN Ambassador: Six-Party Talks Best Place for NK Nuke Test Issue
• New Clues Revealed About Lost Peking Man Skulls • Iran: Sanctions Won't Derail Enrichment
• Putin Accuses Georgia of Blackmail • Rice Meets Olmert in Jerusalem
• Multiple-Transportation Choices Boost Tibetan Tourism • New Thai PM Visits Flooded Region
• Australian Prime Minister Comments on North Korea • India Highlighted in Frankfurt Fair
• Premier Wen Marks National Day with People in Drought-hit Areas • US Police Uncover Motive in the School-Shooting Which Killed Five
• N.Korea Says It Will Conduct A Nuclear Test • Ahmadinejad Criticises the US Stance on Nuclear Issue
• China to Publicize Happiness Index • HK Attracting More Overseas Visitors
• Mainland Tourists Killed in Bus Plunge in Taiwan • Four Russian Officers Return to Moscow
• Georgia Hands over Four Russian Officers • Australians Believe Iraq War a Mistake
• China Launches New Passenger Train Service from Guangzhou to Lhasa • Detained Russian Officers to be Handed over to Moscow
• HK Chief Executive Takes Pride in Moterland's Development • Putin Denounces Georgia's Detention of Russian officers as "State Terrorism
• Palestinian President and PM on Violence between Fatah & Hamas • Thailand's New PM Calls on Building the Country
• Chinese President Visits 2008 Olympic Venues • Thai Military Council Announces Interim Constitution
• Thousands of Chinese People Celebrate National Day • India Says Pakistani Spy Agency Involved in Mumbai Bombings
• No Survivors Confirmed in Brazilian Air Crash • Russian Evacuated from Georgia
• Iran's President Comments on Nuclear Issue • Reception to Mark the 57th Anniversary of PRC
• Vice President Meets Compatriots from HK, Macao • European Countries Meet to Discuss Immigration Policy
• Suicide Bombs Kill More than 10 outside Afghan Interior Ministry • Extension of Kenyan International Airport by Chinese Firm Commences
• Al-Qa'ida Deputy Releases New Video Criticising the West • Georgian Court Keeps Detaining Russian Officers for Spying
• Dancing Through the Whole of October • Russian Officers Charged With Spying
• Abe Pledges to Improve Relations with China, S.Korea • Dalian to Host First World Economic Forum on Growth
• Norway Supports Fund for China's Environmental Protection • Cross-straits Flights for Mid-Autumn Take off
• Mongolian Photo Exhibit Opens in Beijing • South Korean FM Leads Informal Ballot for UN Top Job
• Holiday Travellers to Top 5.7 Mln in Hong Kong • Service Center for Chinese Tourists Opens at Thailand's New Airport
• Pakistani President Says Talks with Bush and Karzai had Positive Results • Iran Says It Won't Stop Uranium Enrichment Even for One Day
• South Korea's Ban is Frontrunner to Succeed Annan • Shanghai Seeks World Expo Advice
• Foreign Media Assured Good Service during 2008 Olympic Games • Advanced Butlers for The High-end Market
• Avian Flu Exercise Held in Hong Kong • Georgia Detains 4 Russian Officers on Spying Charges
• Israel Releases Palestinian Deputy PM • President Hu Attends Russian Alexandrov Ensemble's Performance
• Are Li Ion Batteries Safe? • Peaceful Reunification Longed by Chinese around the Globe
• Fewer Chinese Travelling During Golden Week • UN Institutions First Jointly Procurement in China
• Mainland Criticizes Taiwan's Constitutional Reform Plan • Shashi Kapoor Considered Possible Successor to Kofi Annan
• Imported ELT Publications Promoted in Beijing • UK Indie Label
• Abe Willing to Further Develop Ties with China • Vice Premier Stresses Rise of Central China
• HK Still a Preferred Base for Global Companies • Blair Addresses Labour for Last Time as Leader
• China to Enact Regulation to Promote Gov't Transparency • Bush Disputes National Intelligence Assessment
• Vice Premier Backs Hong Kong • China Calls on New Japanese Leader to Help Improve Ties
• US Prepares New Approaches for N. Korea Nuke Talks • Abe Elected New PM of Japan
• "Ad Gluers" in Beijing to Face Severe Punishment • Vice Premier Calls for Improvement of Social Security System
• Former US President Justifies Failure of Administration to Capture Bin Laden • Iranian FM: a Negotiated Solution to its Nuke Program Possible
• Taliban Leaders are in Afghanistan: Pakistan • Pirated Disks Destroyed by Provincial Governments
• UN Procurement Seeks More Suppliers in China • Saddam's Trial Resumes Without Defence Team
• Somali PM Asks International Community to Help The Country • Tourism Festival Parade, a Hit in Beijing
• China Values Protection and Preservation of Ethnic Cultures • Iraqi PM Calls for Ramadan Unity
• Thai Military Council to Set up Special Panel for Anti-Corruption • Intelligence Assessment Says Iraq War Has Worsened Terrorist Threat
• China, Portuguese-speaking Countries to Further Trade Cooperation • Forum on Young Generation in Film Making
• Heavy Rain Hampers Search for Missing Helicopter in Nepal • Helicopter Goes Missing in Nepal's East
• Asia Maintains Dynamic with Challenges • One Dead, Houses Destroyed in Early Start to Australian Bushfire Season
• Heavy Rain Hampers Search for Missing Helicopter in Nepal • Deaf People Tour Dabao to Mark World Deaf Day
• China Publishes Standard Portrait of Confucius • Vice Premier Calls for Improvement of Social Security System
• Investigation on German magnetic train accident in process • Muslim World Prepare for Ramadan
• Pakistani FM Denies Reports of bin Laden's Death • China Builds Better Social Security System For Senior Citizens and Migrant Workers
• China-Tajik Military Exercises Concluded • UNESCO Confucius Prize for Literacy Debuts in Qufu
• Macao Launches International Trade Fair • Gold Palace Opens to the Public in Hong Kong
• Sino-US Strategic Economic Dialogue with Profound Effect on Global Economy • Informal Poll Reveals Favorite Candidates for Next UN Secretary-General
• Chinese FM Urges Int'l Community to Resolve Disputes Peacefully • Bush Meets Musharraf
• Hamas Rejects Israel Recognition as Conditions to Join Unity Government • Sino-US Strategic Economic Dialogue with Profound Effect on Global Economy
• Thai CDRM Chief Receives King's Endorsement • China and Tajikistan Hold Anti-Terrorism Exercise
• Post-Olympics Economy • Expert: Thai Politics to Reshuffle
• Laughing Out Loud • Chinese Cultural Festival Opens in South Korea
• UN Marks 25th International Day of Peace • Abbas Meets Peres at UN
• Donald Tsang Says Customs Co-operation Promotes Trade • Three Gorges Water Level Starts Rising
• Space Shuttle Lands Smoothly • Ousted Thai PM Makes No Comment on Military Ban on Political Meetings
• Donald Tsang Urges Youths to Grasp Opportunities • SCO Stenthens Jucial Cooperation
• French FM Proposes New Nuclear Deadline for Iran • Thailand Tourism Affected by Coup
• Three Gorges Water Level Starts Rising • New US Treasury Secretary's First Visit to China
• Cairns Group to Press for Trade Talks • Gas Leak Leaves 13 Dead in Ukrainian Coal Mine
• PNA: Quartet's Financial Aid Conditions Unacceptable • US Forces in Iraq Expect Increased Violence During Ramadan
• China, US Launch Strategic Economic Dialogue • Cairns Group to Press for Trade Talks
• Shinzo Abe Elected President of Japan's Ruling Party • Where Will Japanese Foreign Policy Head?
• Love Teeth Day Targets Babies • Thailand's Politics
• China Speeds up Rebuilding of Disaster-Hit Areas • Hong Kong Total Employment Hits Record High
• Memorial Service for "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin • Iranian President Delivers Speech at UN
• Thai Army Mounts Coup Against Prime Minister • UK: Taliban Tougher than Expected
• FM Spokesman on Six-party Talks • New Round of Anti-Piracy Campaign
• Cross-Straits Women Discuss Development • New Species Discovered Off Indonesian Coast
• Investors Cautioned to Enter The Financial Market • Hungarians Protest Against Prime Minister's Lie about Economy
• Japan Implements Sanctions Against North Korea • Expert: Iran Seeks Alliance for Nuclear Activities
• China's Venture Capital • International Oil Drop Has little Effect on Chinese Market
• HK Secretary for Health Highlights Flu Vaccine Concern • Iran Denies Reports on Enrichment Suspension
• Publishing Industry • China Promotes Sports Among Farmers
• China Marks 75th Anniversary of 9.18 Incident • Generals Die in Nigerian Plane Crash
• Chinese and Russian Legislators Discuss Political Cooperation • China Marks 75th Anniversary of 9.18 Incident
• China to Increase its Peacekeeping Force in Lebanon • US Businessman Begins Court Action Against PM Thaksin
• Bring Your Own Lunch to Work • Center-Right Alliance Wins Election in Sweden
• Military Plane Crashes, 17 on Board • Second National Judicial Exam Held in HK
• PollsClosed for Sweden's Elections, Surveys Show Opposition Leads • National Stadium Stands on its Own Feet
• European Troops Deploy in Lebanon • Non Aligned Movement Summit Concludes
• Polls Open for National Elections in Sweden • Abbas to Meet Bush
• "Refugee Camp" Set Up In NYC • Criticism Erupts over Comments by Pope Benedict in Muslim World
• Hundreds Take Part in March in Support of Palestinians • China, Tajikistan Sign Communique to Boost Cooperation
• Wen Jiabao Addresses SCO • National Science Popularization Day 2006 Opens
• Cross-Strait Cultural Summit Opens in Beijing • China, Tajikistan Agree to Enhance Economic Cooperation
• US Military: Senior al-Qaida Member in Iraq Arrested • Detainee Treatment Bill Passes Despite Bush's Objection
• China Calls upon International Assistance to Iraqi Reconstruction • Experts: Iraqi Reconstruction Requires Strategic Plan
• China Tightens Supervision of Surveying and Mapping by Foreigners • Fireworks Gala to Mark Twin Celebration
• Buying a Car and Not Using It • Growth in FAI Slows as Tighter Measures Taking Effect
• Cross-Straits Art Festival Opens in Beijing • Wen Jiabao Starts Visits to Tajikistan
• EU-Iran Nuclear Talks Postponed • China Calls for Restoring Sino-Japan Ties
• Beijing Punishes Construction Companies for Delayed Pay to Workers • China Favors Talks to Solve Iran Issue
• China Unveils Five-Year Program to Boost Culture • China's Social Consumer Goods Sale Grows by 13.8% in August
• Wen Jiabao Arrives in Hamburg • Tourism Market Heating Up for National Day Holiday
• Japanese Food with Excessive Residues Found • China Further Reduces Oil Imports
• Bridging Chinese and English Info • China to Further Open Its Water Market
• Mooncakes, Sushi Found to be Safe in Hong Kong • Annan Stresses Stability in Lebanon, Urges Talks over Iran's Nuke Issue
• Pakistan Keen to Strengthen Ties with EU: Musharraf • Chinese Delegation of Tibetologists Visit Belgium
• Tsang: GST A Stable Source of Public Revenue • Chinese Premier Confident About Sino-British Trade Ties
• Lord Mayor of London Promotes the European CBD in SH • Tsang: HK to Use its Unique Advantages
• Haniyeh Calls for Release of 18 Imprisoned Hamas lawmakers • Syrian Forces Foil Attacks on US Embassy in Damascus
• Li-Ning Sponsors Sudan's National Athletic Team • WHO Publishes Guidelines for the Safe Use of Wastewater
• Italy Wants Closer Economic Ties with China • China Pushes Upgrades in Manufacturing Industry
• Abbas, Hamas Agree on National Coalition Gov't • Al-Qaeda Threatens Attacks in Gulf, Israel
• Taiwan Singer Shunzi Releases Songs for Lovers • 13th Beijing International Book Fair Attracts More World Attention
• High Level Forum For Asian Curators Held In Beijing • Chaoyang Pop Festival
• "Children and AIDS" Campaign Launched • Chinese Premier Makes no Comment on Recent Taiwan Issue
• HK to Use its Unique Advantages • China To Upgrade Industry Protection
• The 2nd Kids Choice Honors to be Held in Beijing • Abbas: Fatah, Hamas to Form Coalition Govt
• US Marks 5th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks • Hu Jintao Finishes Inspection Tour of Xinjiang
• Hill: Sino-US Relations not 'Zero-Sum' Game • Iran Offers Two-month Suspension of Nuclear Program
• Bush Attends Memorial Service for 9/11 • ASEM Summit Opens in Helsinki
• China Health Alliance Fights TB and AIDS • Expert on International Anti-Terror Campaign
• Airport Cities Conference Opens in Hong Kong • HK Promotes Hong Kong-Made Products in SH
• Bush Attends Ground Zero Memorial • Chinese Warships Depart Hawaii
• Singaporean Singer Huang Yida • "Tokyo Trial"-A Movie No Chinese Should Miss
• Writings: Lotus Flower • Cheney: US Govt did "A Pretty Good Job" of Protecting the Country
• Solana, Larijani Say "Constructive Progress" Made • Javier Solana Meets Ali Larijani for Second Day
• Abbas Says Ready to Meet with Olmert • Iran Says It Won't Accept Suspension of Uranium Enrichment
• More Protection for Copyright in China • HK Promotes Hong Kong-Made Products in SH
• Ninth China-EU Summit Calls for Stronger Partnership between China and the EU • "The Banquet" Premieres in Beijing
• Premier Wen in Helsinki • EU Foreign Policy Chief Meets Iranian Nuclear Negotiator
• Lamy Says China Fulfills WTO Commitments Well • Burials Starts after Bombs Kill At Least 31 in Malegaon during Muslim Prayers
• Lord Mayor of London Promotes UK Financial Services in China • Tour Prices Set to Rise during National Day Holiday
• China to Pursue Opening-up Strategy • 911 Memorial Field Opens
• Bombs Explosion in Malegaon after Muslim Prayers in Troubled • Lebanon Troops Deploy in south; Israel forces Withdraw, lifting Naval Ban
• Premier Wen's Upcoming EU-Asia Tour Deepens Cooperation • Beijing Hosts Fourth Made in India Show
• China, Chile Start Investment And Service Negotiation • Mainland Hosts Cross-Straits Agricultural Forum
• Former Iranian President on Nuclear Issue • Atlantis Flies Friday
• Panda at Zoo Atlanta Gives Birth to Cub • Shanghai Post Bureau Split into Two Parts
• Witkey Website • Not Satisfied with the Service? Take This Money
• Lebanon Still Faces Many Challenges: Lebanese PM • Israel Lifts Air Blockade on Lebanon
• Hong Kong Disneyland Readies for Halloween • Chinese Language Gaining Heat in Pakistan
• SC Five Plus Germany on Iran • Tony Blair to Quit "wWithin A Year"
• Proper Behaviours Called among Travellers • Bush Admits to CIA Secret Prisons
• FM Spokesman on Six-party Talks and Peacekeeping in Southern Lebanon • Israel to Lift Lebanon Blockade Thursday
• Pawnshops as Garages • Finnish Ambassador: ASEM Important Platform for Partnership
• Mini Mooncake Magic in Hong Kong • Bank Charges Arouse Controversy
• Israel Announces End to Blockade on Lebanon • Child Prodigy Promots New Book in China
• Reverse Mortgages, a New Direction to Senior Care? • Iran Welcomes Solana-Larijani Talks on Nuke Impasse: Iranian FM
• Annan Secures Commitment for Turkish to Join UN Peacekeeping in Lebanon • Bush Acknowledges Secret CIA Prisons
• Witness the China-Russia Friendship Tour • Hill to Discuss Six Party Talks With Senior Chinese Diplomats
• HK Ranks 5th on Business-friendly Scale • US Hill Discusses North Korea in Beijing
• Reverse Mortgages, a New Direction to Senior Care? • China Steps Up Efforts in International Cooperation in Anti-Money Laundering
• Trade Relations Between China & ASEAN • EUCCC Calls for More Time for EU Firms to Adapt to New Rules
• Bayer Sets Up Chemical Plant in SH • Reshuffle of China's New Bankruptcy Law
• 80 pct of Outlets Sell Cigarettes to Minors in HK • Hill to Discuss Six Party Talks With Senior Chinese Diplomats
• Danish Court Tries 9 People on Terror Charges • Iranian FM: Larijani, Solana Agree to Meet on Wed
• Mexico's Ruling Party Candidate Calderon Named President-elect • Heavy Rains Relieve Drought in Chongqing
• China to Launch New Communications Satellite • NASA Looks Forward to Space Shuttle Launch This Week
• Donald Tsang: Better Care Needed for Aging Population • Gunman Shoots at Tourists in Jordan, Briton Killed
• Iran Test-fires New Surface-to-air Missile • Two Trains Collide North of Cairo, 5 Dead
• China, Uruguay Agree to Build Closer Ties • China to Tighten Control Over Foreign Surveying, Mapping
• China's Animal Industry Enters a New Stage • Five Million People Visit Hong Kong Disneyland
• Five Million People Visit Hong Kong Disneyland • "China-Russia Friendship Trip" Rounds Out
• Iran Test-fires New Surface-to-air Missile • Gunman Shoots at Tourists in Jordan, Briton Killed
• Aussie Crocodile Hunter Killed By Stingray • China to Promote Sea Exploration
• Russian President Putin to Visit Africa • Volvo Financial Services Commences Operations in China
• "Saving Face" vs. Restaurant Food Waste • Four Canadian soldiers killed, seven injured in battle with Taliban
• More Mobile Coverage for Hiking Trails in HK • Israeli FM Rules out Peace Talks between Israel, Syria for Now
• Iraq's National Security Advisor: Arrested Man Was al-Qaida No. 2 • Lebanese MPs Continue Sit-in at Parliament to Protest against Israeli Blockade
• NATO Comments on Downed British Plane Killed 14 • Opium Cultivation in Afganistan Sees a Sharp Rise
• Iraqi Authorities Officially Take Over Abu Ghraib Prison • UN Secretary-General Visits Tehran
• UK Police Arrest 14 People Suspicious of Terror • Italian Soldiers Land in Lebanon
• Shinzo Abe Announces Candidacy for LDP's Presidential Election • Iranian Plane Catches Fire on Landing, Killing 29
• China-Russia Friendship Trip Sees Successful Completion • The ASEM 6 Summit in Helsinki
• Lebanon Donor Conference Exceeds Goal • China Starts Offering Free Compulsory Education
• Cabinet Lays Stress on Energy Saving • Top Chinese Legislator Address Brazilian Parliament
• Students Get Online to Copy Holiday Homework • Further Trade Cooperation Between China and Brazil Urged
• Mobile Phone Sim Card Costs • Regulation on Foreign Acquisitions Expected to Take Effect
• The 8th Asia Arts Festival Opens in Beijing • HK, Beijing Sign Equestrian Pact 
• Iran Still Enriching Uranium: IAEA Report • Iran Reiterates Right to Nuclear Technology
• Regulation on Foreign Acquisitions Expected to Take Effect • Iran Reiterates Right to Nuclear Technology
• Lebanon Aid Conference Opens in Stockholm • A Collective Complaint to Kodak Digital Camera
• Lad Mags in China • One Way Street Library, A Cultural Hit!
• Community Clinic Helps People with Depression • New Compulsory Education Law Goes into effect in China on Friday
• International Donors Conference Aims to Help Lebanon • Iran Calls on Europe not to Adopt Sanctions
• Google To Allow Free Downloads of Public Domain Books • Hong Kong Personalized Car Plate Auction Set for Sept 16
• Chinese Sex Slave Case Dismissed by Japan Court • Top US General Says Iraqi Security Forces Could Take Over within 18 Months
• Annan Fails to Win Israel's Consent on Lifting Blockade of Lebanon • International Book Fair Opens
• China to Promote Innovation in IT Industry • Iranian VP Criticises US and Other Countries Calling for Hezbollah to Disarm
• Ernesto is not Expected to be Strengthened • Travel Pact Cracks Down on Forced Shopping in Hong Kong
• Russian FM Comments Highly of Sino-Russian Friendship Tour • Annan Visits Israel on Middle East Tour
• Beijing University Holds India Festival • Monk Xuanzang--Ambassador of China-India Friendship
• "Tokyo Trial" Opens Court in Beijing • China, US Seek to Restart WTO Talks
• National IPR Protection System Set Up • Ahmadinejad Proposes TV Debate with Bush
• Hurricane Katrina Remembered • China Cracks Down on Collection of Arbitary University Fees
• China, US Seek to Restart WTO Talks • Net Language Arouses Disputes
• Hutong to Highrise Project • French Soldiers in Beirut To Help with Reconstruction
• Iranian President Comments on Nuclear Program • Iran Dismisses US Sanction Threat
• Karr to Go to California on Child Porn Charges Instead of JonBenet Charge • Jan Egeland Calls on the Urgency of the Situation in Darfur
• Next Step for Suspended Doha Negotiation • This Year's Carnival Couldn't Get a Ride
• Publishers Impacted by High-tech • New Air Con to Be Installed in KMB Buses
• NASA Abandons Atlantis Launch on Tuesday • Hurricane Ernesto Moves Closer to Florida
• Annan Demands Release of Captured Israeli Soldiers • After Quakes Jolt Yunnan, Killing 2, Injuring 50
• Beijing Starts to Recruit Olympic Volunteers • Unsung Heroes Answer Olympic Call
• Melody: Chinese Rock Singer Zhao Chuan • Cochin--Looking for Reminders of Zheng He's Voyage to India
• Famous Chinese Writer--Su Shuyang • Top Legislator Wu Bangguo Visits Three South American Countries
• KTV Clubs Hit with Fee for Copyrights • Pakistan's Security on High Alert after Killing of Tribal Leader
• Crashed Plane takes off from Wrong Runway • Top Legislator Wu Bangguo Visits Three South American Countries
• Hong Kong Doctors' Working Conditions Improving • Iran Test-fires Missile During War Games
• Thousands Attend Hindu Temple Opening in UK • NPC Vice Chairman Condemns Wasteful Use of Energy
• US Welcomes Release of Fox News Journalists • Rumsfeld Says Iraq is Seeing a Reduction of Violence
• Gulf Coast Continues Long Recovery Says US President • US Shuttle Launch Delayed Due to Weather
• Songs That Speak the Hearts of Men • "Crazy Stone" Gets the Country Crazy For It
• The Lost Beauty • Ancient Storytelling Art--Yongkang Gu Ci
• Father of Chinese Folk -- Wang Luobin • Bookstores Transformed into Cultural Centers
• 8th CCTV-MTV Music Awards to be Unveiled • Israeli FM Spokesman Remarks on International Force
• Rumsfeld Says Iraq is Seeing a Reduction of Violence • China Still Plagued With Excessive Investment Growth: Minister
• China, Kazakhstan Hold Second Phase Anti-terror Drill • Europe Had Agreed to Provide More than Half of an Expanded Peacekeeping Force
• Disabled People Visit Well-Known Enterprises in Beijing • British Troops Pull out of Amarah in S.Iraq, Moving to Basra
• UN Peacekeepers Not Needed in S.Lebanon: Hezbollah Minister • Iranian Delegation Visits Russian Nuclear Plant
• No Contaminated Eels Exported to HK • China Trains Developing Countries' Emergency Management Personnel
• China Revises Law to Better Protect Minors • Russia Deeply Mourn over Air Crash Victims
• The Benefits of Crying • Police Find Young Woman Allegedly Held Prisoner for 8 Years
• Pharaoh Ramses II Moved Close to Pyramids • FAO Calls For Irrigation Efficiency
• France Announces Contribution to Peacekeeping Force in Lebanon • Pluto Demoted as Astronomers Approve new Planet Definition
• Ukraine Crash Under Investigation • Syria's President Warns UN Troop Deployment on Border Would be 'hostile'
• Iran Tests Ground-to-sea Missiles • 12 Arrested after Passenger Plane Returns to Amsterdam
• Hong Kong Ocean Park Expects a Summer Record • Indonesia Defends Its Right to Send Troops to Lebanon
• Israeli President on Sexual Harassment Investigation • UN Seeks Immediate Ceasefire in Congo
• S.Korea Monitors N.Korea after Rumours of Nuke Test • China Helps Developing Countries Train Food Security Inspectors
• China-Chile Free Trade Deal A Model for the Region • Name Card Website Raises Online Privacy Concerns
• Sinopec Joins State Share Reform • Hong Kong Q2 GDP Up 5.2%
• Russian Plane Crashes Killing All aboard • Iran ready for Talks over Nuclear Issue
• Double-tax Pact to Cut Burden of HK Firms • China Considers First Anti-Drug Law
• KTV Prices Increase For Copyright Fee • China to Offer More Medical Service to Disease-stricken Areas
• Contruction Ministry on Urban Water Environment • How to Get Rid of Anti-malware Programs?
• Hot Second-hand Housing Near Beijing's Key Schools • Auto Show Promotes Sales
• Khamenei: Tehran to Pursue Nuclear Technology • Bush Urges Quick Dispatch of Int'l Force in Lebanon
• Drought-Hit Chongqing Receives Timely Aid • China Sees Initial Success With First AIDS Vaccine
• Do Domestic Workers Need College Educations? • Special Economic Zones Play Significant Roles in China's Economy
• Murder Suspect of Baby Beauty Queen Back to US • Pork Safety Reassured in Hong Kong
• US-Mongolian Joint Military Exercises • Iran: No Timetable for Uranium Enrichment Suspension
• IAAF World Junior Championships Close in Beijing • Preparations for 2010 Shanghai World Expo in Full Swing
• Iran launches large land, air and sea military exercise • Iran Will Offer A Response to UN Package
• Shanghai Expands Human Resources Market • Skilled Workers Shortage
• Israeli Commando Unit Lands in Lebanon • Lebanon Threathens to Halt Troop Deployment
• Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and US Conduct Multilateral Exercise • Iran Launches Large Land, Air and Sea Military Exercise
• International Women Presidents of Universities Gather in Beijing • China, Kenya Big Winners on Day 5 of Junior Worlds
• Shanghai Petroleum Exchange Begins Operations • 16th AIDS Conference Concludes
• Israeli Commando unit Lands in Lebanon • Israeli Army Arrests Palestinian Deputy PM
• China Raises Interest Rate by 0.27% • Lebanon Deploys Its Army
• Wreath Ceremony for Victims of 2003 Bombing of UN HQ in Baghdad • India Flies Humanitarian Aid to Lebanon
• Mandate of the UN office in East Timor Expanded • Experts Warn Volcano Poised for New Explosion
• ICBC Denies Loopholes Caused Losses • Overseas Business Service Center Set Up
• Italy to Join "Peace Mission" in S.Lebanon • First Clinic for Plateau Tour Opens
• Clinical Trials Show Chinese AIDS Vaccine Safe, Possibly Effective • Kenya Maintains Leading Place, Russia Quickens Pace of "Gold Rush"
• SEPA to Increase Input in Environment Technology Sector • Oil Spill Threatens Fisheries in Philippines
• Music Group EMI • Pop Concerts at the Great Hall of the People
• Kenya Tops Medal Tally, China Second • Experts Call for Global Equal Access to HIV/AIDS Treatment
• Lebanese Army Starts Deployment to Southern Lebanon • History Education Be Based on Ideal of Peace: E.Asian History Teachers
• Shanghai Social Consumer Goods retail Volume Growth • Traffic Flow Improvements Applied to Beijing
• Poor Vocational School Students to Get Financial Aid • Margaret Chan Gets WHO Campaign Aide
• Mondo Gelato • FM: Iran Ready to Discuss Suspension of Nuclear Activities
• Two Jounalists Kidnapped in Gaza • Estonia's Hunt Sets New World Record
• Iran's Chief Nuclear Negotiator Threatens to Hide Nuclear Activities • International Community Condemns Koizumi's Shrine Visit
• UN Expects Vanguard Contingent of 3,500 to Be Deployed • China Intensifies Anti-Piracy Campaign
• Olympic Body Happy with HK's Progress • Iran to Reply to Incentives on Aug 22
• S.Korea Express Disappoinment over Koizumi's Shrine Visit • Lebanese Civilians Flood Back Home
• Jiang's Works Summarizes and Inherits China's Political Line • India Heightens Security for Independence Day
• Dutch Girl Wins First Gold at World Junior Championships • Myanmar Plans to Restart A Process to Draft A Constitution
• Opinion: Koisumi Visit Makes Japan More Isolated • China's Timber Supply Meets Demand in 2005
• Travel Agencies to Suspend Group Tours to Tibet in October • China Strongly Protests against Koizumi's Visit to Yasukuni Shrine
• UN Secretary-General Comments on the Ceasefire • Kung Fu Fever
• World Junior Champs to Test New Security Pattern • Hong Kong Airport Passengers Hit Record High
• Doctor Warns Public of Encephalitis • China to Subsidize 22 Mln Reservoir Immigrants
• Cease-fire takes effect in Israel and Lebanon • Pakistan PM Reiterates Support for Kashmiris on Independence Day
• Pakistanis Determined to Keep the Defense Force Strong: Pakistan PM • Experts Calls For Laws on Foreign Hunting
• Chinese Envoy on Lebanon Calls for Implementation of Resolution 1701 • Chinese Mideast Envoy: Talks Key to Mideast Peace
• Don't Make Summertime be Fun-less • Hong Kong Pianists Take Top Prizes in Germany
• Britain Foils at least Four Major Terrorist Plots' since last July 7: Reid • Israel Approves UN Cease-fire Deal
• Annan Announces Cessation of Hostilities on Monday • Israel Approves UN Resolution
• Premier Urges Sustainable Development of NE Industrial Base • Castro Turns 80, Recovering Well
• Protest against US, Israeli policies in Middle East • UN Sec-Gen Announces Cessation of Hostilities on Monday
• Lebanon and Israel React to the UN Resolution • China Calls for Earnest Implementation of Security Council Resolution on Lebanon
• Tibet Farm Produce Sale in Shanghai • Nigerian Authorities Say No Progress in Search for Kidnapped Oil Workers
• Sino-Russian Friendship Tour Meets Local Listeners in Omsk • Chinese President Meets with US Senators
• Israel, Lebanon Reacts to Adopted UN Resolution • France, the US and Britain agree on Mideast Deal
• Spokesman: Israel Accepts Emerging Ceasefire Deal • UN Unanimously Adopts Resolution Calling for Halt to MidEast Fighting
• US Embassy Warns of Possible Attacks in India • China Allocates 166 Million yuan to Assist Disaster-hit Regions
• 19 Suspects Identified • Security Tightened for Travel in Asia
• US Senate Delegation Meet with Chinese Top Legislator • Diplomats Trying to Overcome Last-Minute Lebanese Draft Objections
• Shanghai Home Owners Partition Apartments for Rent • Israel and Lebanon Continue Fires
• US Raises Threat Level Amid Plot in UK • Typhoon Saomai Makes Landfall in East China
• HK Takes a Plunge in Cost of Living League • HK: Horse Venues on Track for Olympic Events
• Beijing Terry Fox Run 2006 to Kick off • Japanese and Koreans Protest Koizumi's Visit to Yasukuni Shrine
• Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Prepare to Send Troops to Lebanon • Major UK Air Terror Plot Thwarted
• China to Issue Regulation on Foreign Media's Coverage at 2008 Olympics • Tianjin to Become Economic Centre for Northern China
• 9/11 Film Opens in New York • Hezbollah leader Urges Israeli Arabs to Leave Haifa
• China Speeds Up to Build the Community Health System in Urban Areas • China Takes Measures to Prevent Overheating Economy
• No Gas Sold to Minors • Taobao Blacklist
• Wal-Mart Establishes Five Trade Union in China • Siberia to Build Up More Cooperation with China
• New Fund to Encourage Supervision on China's Privately Run Higher Education • OAS, UNICEF and IADB Launch Universal Birth Registry Project
• Bioethics Conference • Hundreds Take Part in Anti-war Protest in Paris
• Draft Resolution under Discussion in Security Council • HK Disneyland Adds Magic Treats to Visitors
• US Federal Reserve Ends Two Years of Rate Rises • New 'Unanimity' in Lebanon over Plans to Deploy Army in South
• Olympic Preparation Goes on Well: BOCOG • Siberia to Build Up More Cooperation with China
• CRI Launches Olympic Radio • Olmert Says He's Studying Lebannon's Deployment Offer
• Israel Presses Ahead with Hezbollah Offensive • Colombia Inaugurates President Alvaro Uribe for A Second Term
• Eat Meat on "Autumn Begins" • Talabani: Civil War "Impossible"
• Largest US Oil Field Closed Down • Hong Kong Foreign Currency Reserves Up US$800m
• Shanghai Medium & Small Firms Seek innovation • Delegation Sent to Support Lebanon's Interests at the UN
• Olmert: Israel at War with Syria and Iran • Government Campaign Against Piracy in China
• Syrian FM, Arab League Secretary-General Comment on Mideast Crisis • Beijing On Track for 2008 Olympics
• Industry Fighting Against Piracy • Amateurs Get Dreams Delivered On Stage
• Mainland, HK Film World Eyes Big Bonanza • Russian Ambassador Urges Lebanon to Read Draft
• Second Hall for Mummies Opens at Egyptian Museum • Indications Point to a Boost in Catering Trade in HK
• Barrage of Rockets Hits Haifa • Iran Says UN Deadline on Nuclear Issue is "Unacceptable"
• Three Chinese Peacekeepers Injured in S. Lebanon • Iran Says UN Deadline on Nuclear Issue Is "Unacceptable"
• Isreael Arrest Paletinian Parliament Speaker • Working to Tackle Electronic Waste
• Program Help Graduates Hunting Job • Beijing Getting Ready for Olympic
• Israel React to Draft Resoltion • US Envoy Meet with Saniora
• US and France Reach a Deal on Draft Resolution for Lebanon • Lebanese Envoy Comments on Resolution
• Sino-Russia Arrives at krasnoiarsk City • Castro Recovering from Surgery
• CCTV Spring Festival Gala Director Aims Higher • Lebanon's Opposition Party Against Proposed Disarmment of Hezbollah
• Beijing Short 330,000 Technician • New Regulation Banning 'Sky-high' Moon Cake
• Psychological Care for Parents • Travel Insurance---Do we Need It?
• Hezbollah Leader Offers Cease-fire in Air War • Yao Ming Quit Shark'fin Soup
• Top US General: Iraq Could Descend into Civil War • New Type of Sino-Japanese Relations Called
• Travel Agencies Cool Down the Tibet Tour • Hong Kong People Say Life Getting Better
• China Tackles Sulfur Dioxide Discharge Problem • Beijing Reports 300 HIV/AIDS News Cases First 6 Months
• Ukraine President Nominates Rival Yanukovich as PM • China's Civil Aviation Tests Employees' English for Olympics
• Olympic-Themed Flowers Displayed in Beijing • Typhoon Prapiroon to Lash South China
• Luxury Cabs to Disappear in Shanghai • Disagreement Leads to Delay of UN Meeting on Lebanon
• Fierce Fighting Occur in South Lebanon • Massive Israeli Ground Attack underway in Southern Lebanon
• Zhuhai Airport Acquisition Pact Approved • World Bank Supports Coal Conversion into Clean Energy in China
• British PM Blair Calls for A New Approach to Peace • Peres: Israel Nearing A Decisive Point in Battling Hezbollah
• Demonstration Against Israeli Military Offensive in the Philippines • China to Adjust Foreign Trade Policy
• Killer Tropical Storm Heading for S. China • Chinese UN Observer's Coffin Sent Home
• China Using More Energy Per Unit GDP • Returning Swallows
• Hong Kong Garrison Marks PLA's Founding Anniversary • Castro Says His Health is Stable
• Body of Chinese Observer Killed in Israeli Airstrike Flied Home • Largest Car Rental Company Stops Renting Business in China
• China Bans Misleading Radio and TV Commercials • China Says PLA Dedicated to World Peace and Stability
• Experts on UNSC Resolution over Iran Nuke Issue • Iranian FM calls for Immediate Cease-fire in Lebanon
• Residents in Southern Lebanon Fee North • HK Toys to Attract Mainland Kids
• Expert: EAIF to Build Platform of Dialog and Cooperation • China Strengthens Yellow River Water Allocation
• Wi-Fi As An Alternative to Cellphone Service • UN: August 31 the Deadline for Iran to Suspend Enrichment
• Israel' Temporary Halt of Airstrike, a Turning Point for Cease-fire? • UN: August 31 the Deadline for Iran to Suspend Enrichment
• Capital-gains Tax Imposed on Second-hand Homes to Slap down Sales • HK Backs Margaret Chan's WHO Bid
• Israel Continues Airstrike on Lebanon • Memorial Held in Remember the Four Killed UN Observers
• UN Security Council issues statement on Qana bombing • Grain Supply Agriculture's Top Priority
• Anti-corruption Focuses on "Commercial Bribery" and "Benefiting the people" • Youth Boost Online Gaming Industry
• Capital-gains Tax Imposed on Second-hand Homes to Slap down Sales • Israel Agrees 48-hour Suspension of Air Strikes
• Elections Begin in the D.R.Congo • Joey Yung Releases Her Latest Album "9492"
• Hong Kong Disneyland Predicts 500,000 Shortfall • Lebanese PM reacts to Qana Fatalities
• Israel Deeply Regrets Civilian Casualties after Qana Missile Attacks • Venezuelan President Visits Iran
• President Urges Congolese Voters to Shun Violence During the Elections • Face Transplant Patient Discharged from Hospital
• Muslim Gunman Attacks North American Jewish Federation • UN Security Council Proposes New Deal to Coax Iran
• China Intensifies Anti-Corruption Efforts • Train Tickets to Tibet Scarce
• Ceremonies Mark 30th Anniversary of Tangshan Quake • Second-Hand House Transaction Costs More
• How To Spot A Fake • An Advocate to Help Farmers in Xi'an
• Tangshan People Optimistically Face Life • Henry Tang Hails Currency Rating Upgrade
• US Says It's Committed to Bring a Resolution to M.East Conflict • China Steps Out to Ensure Food Safety
• Demonstrations in the Philippines against Israel's Military Actions • East Timor Urges International Peacekeepers to Stay
• China Issues New Regulations Detailing Official Abuses of Authority • CEPA Extends Benefits to HK and Mainland
• China Condemns Israeli Air Raid on UN Post in Lebanon • NDRC: China to Curb New Projects
• Fighting Piracy Creatively • Israel Expresses "Deep Regret" over Killing of UN Observers
• Saddam Prefers Death by Fire Squad Rather Than Hanged • Rome Mideast Conference Fails to Agree on Immediate Ceasefire
• China, Australia Hold Dialogue on Human Rights • Beijing Recruits More Qualified International Volunteers for Public Service
• China Condemns Israeli Air Raid on UN Post in Lebanon • Israel Expresses "Deep Regret" over Killing of UN Observers
• The King of Battery Recycling • Typhoon Kaemi Makes Landfall in SE China Province
• ASEAN Calls For Resumption of N Korea Nuke Talks • Survey: HK Men Live Longest
• China Curbs Foreign Investment in Real Estate • Team Sets Out On Journey of Friendship
• Typhoon Kaemi Approaches SE China • China Makes Progress in Hepatitis B Immunisation
• ROK, Indian Candidates Lead Race for Next UN Chief • Hong Kong Book Fair Attracts Record Visitors
• Team Sets Out On Journey of Friendship • Career Boredom
• WTO's Doha Trade Talks Suspended • China's Building Material Market Overheated
• KTVs to Pay for Copyright • Hong Kong Doctors Warn of Shortage over Flu Vaccines
• Rice Visits Beirut • UN, US Humanitarian Aid to Lebanon
• Rice Visits Mideast • Gaza Tension
• Eco-volunteers to Protect Environment on Tibet Rails • China's Building Material Market Overheated
• Chinese Government Continues Investing in Western Regions • Yuan to Appreciate More in Coming Year
• "Murder Plot" by Chi Li • The Olympic Culture Forum
• Jolin Tsai -- Dancing Diva • Sixth Group of Chinese Citizens Evacuated from Lebanon
• UN Coordinator Visits Beirut, Evacuation • Rockets Strike Haifa and Other Northern Cities
• Saddam Taken to Hospital • Lebanese FM says Israeli Hostages in Good Health
• Enrichment Still Part of Negotiations: Iran • Late-night Services for Book-lovers at HK Book Fair
• Hezbollah Fired More than 100 Rockets at Northern Israel on Saturday • Israeli Tanks Crossed the Northern Border into Southern Lebanon
• Over 60,000 New Flats to Hit Hong Kong Market • IDF Chief of Staff: Military to Conduct "Limited Ground Operations"
• Three Arrested in Bombay Train Bombings Investigation • Group Train Tickets to Tibet Unavailable in Xining
• 2006 International Education Expo Opens in Beijing • Starfish Plague Attacks Abalone Farms
• China Donates Equipment to Kenya • Progress of Renminbi Exchange Rate Reform
• Bush Meets China's Top General • Shaanxi Women's Group Wins UK Award
• Chinese Shoe-makers Face EU Dumping Claim • Bruce Lee's Family to Shoot New Film
• Foreigners Evacuated from Wartorn Lebanon • Annan Calls for Immediate Halt to Mideast Conflict
• China's Karaoke Industry to be Standardized • S.Korea Opposes Excessive Sanctions on N. Korea
• Macao's Casino Taxes See Rise in First Half • New building collapses in Nigeria
• Indonesian Government Reacts on the Criticism • China and US Strenghthen Military Ties
• Mainland, Taiwan Welcome First-Ever Cargo Charter Flight • Disney Fever Hits China
• Paradise Refuses to Sell Itself • Preferential Loans for Returned Chinese
• Lebanese PM: 300 Killed • US and French UN Ambassadors on MidEast Situation
• Protest Held against Israeli Offensive • Journey of Friendship From China to Russia Soon to Kick Off
• Relief Efforts underway in Flood-hit Southern China • Tips on Buying a Laptop Computer
• Indonesian Government Blamed for Not Warning • Restaurants Encouraged to Provide Lunch for the Elderly
• China's Economic State • Annan Calls for Greater UN Force in Lebanon
• Annan, Rice Calls for Peace in Lebanon • Top Chinese General Visits US
• Bombardment Continues across Lebanon and Israel • Death Toll Rises in Indonesia
• UN Ambassadors Meet to Discuss Draft Resolution on Iran • Tsunami Kills 86 People in Indonesia
• Haifa and Safed Hit Again by Hezbollah • Discovery Returned to Earth
• G8 Summit Ends in Russia • Disanji, Another Choice of Book Buying
• EU and UN Envoys in Lebannon • G8 Leaders Calls for Peace in Middle East
• China Establishes Its South Most Marine Relief Station • Security Council Adopts Reaches Adopts Resolution on North Korea Missile Tests
• Security Council Reaches Agreement on North Korea Resolution • Israeli Warplanes Blast Beirut's Suburbs, Eastern Lebanon
• Close Watch as Mayon Volcano Erupts • China Says Japan's Proposed Resolution on N.Korea Unacceptable
• Singh Calls on Pakistan to Rein in Terrorists • Italians Sentenced for Match-Fixing scandal
• South American Defence Ministers Meet • E. Timor PM Unveils New Ministers
• Chinese President to Attend G8 Summit • Mid and Small Sized Houses in China's Real Estate Market
• China Urges Iran to Respond to Nuclear Package Soon • Violence Escalates Cross Israel-Lebanon Border
• US Press for Vote on Japanese Proposal • US Vetoes Security Council Resolution condemning Israel's Gaza offensive
• Rice Urge Israel to Exercise Restraint in its Self-Defense Activities • Pregnancy Hotline Gets Hotter in Summer Vacation
• Israeli Ambassador to US Says Israel Is at War • Chinese, US Ambassador to UN on Iran, N.Korea
• China and EU Enhance Strategic Co-op Between Parliament • Hezbollah Plan Prisoner Swap for Israeli Detainees
• US Expect a Unified Message to NKorea • Annan, Arab League on MidEast crisis
• India vows to win the war against terror • Israel Launches Military Defensives on Two Fronts
• Five Wounded in Grenade Attack in Kashmir • Beijing Modern Dance Company
• Beijing to Phase out Minibuses • University Presidents Gather, Furthering Chinese Education
• Six World Powers Agreed to Send Iran back to the UN Security Council • French College Students Experience Chinese Life
• Fengyun-2D to Be Launched Soon • US, Pakistan Condemns Mumbai Train Bombings
• North Korean Minister Meets South African Counterpart • US Envoy on China's Diplomacy with NKorea
• Bombs Tear through Indian Trains • China Opposes UN Draft Resolution Urging Sanctions on DPRK
• Urgent Limitation Due to Booming Tourism • Poland Has New Prime Minister
• University Senior Starts Own Training School • Auto Sales Hike in 1st Half
• Oscar -Winning Tsotsi Arrives in Beijing • University Senior Starts Own Training School
• Defence Begins Closing Arguments in Saddam Trial • Mexican President would Stay out of the Battle for His Post
• US, South Korea Begin Free Trade Talks • Ramos Horta Sworn in as East Timor's New PM
• Freed Panda Monitored • Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Good Operation
• Bank Charges Arouse Controversy • Dive Expo to Boost Leisure Sports
• International Anti-terrorism Conference Concludes in Cairo • Plane Crashes in Siberia 140 Killed
• Italy Wins World Cup Final • Russian Plane Crash Kills at least 120
• US Envoy Urges a Unified Response to DPRK Missile Launches • Obrador Calls for Mass Demonstration to Overturn Result
• Israel rejects Hamas call for cease-fire • Chavez, Uribe Inaugurate Gas Pipeline Project
• Mexico's Obrador Leads Protest Against Presidential Vote Count • Germany Complete World Cup Campaign in 3rd Palace
• East Timor: Nobel Prize-Winner Named as New PM • N.Korea: Japan's Sanction Unreasonable
• Chemical Weapons among Stash of Japanese WWII Bombs Unearthed • China, US Seek to Break Deadlock on North Korea's Missle Test
• Texan Port and Cuban Food Company Renew Deal • NASA Engineers Examine Pics of Discovery's Heat Shield
• President Warns of an "Islamic explosion" Over Israeli Strikes • Britain's First Anniversary of July 7 London Bombings
• Fugitive Military Officers Allegedly Linked to Mutiny Arrested • Safety Quality of Agricultural Products Improves
• Work-related Pressure on the Rise • China Adopts Amendment to Compulsory Education Law
• Cleaning Up Beijing Manners • Blog Craze among Teenagers
• Liu Ye Talks About "Golden Flower" and His Film Career • Iraqi PM Demands Inquiry into US Military Behavior
• Palestinian PM Condems Israeli Action • US Seeks Diplomatic Solution to Nuke Standoff with N.Korea
• Top Iranian Nuke Negotiator Meets Solana • Soldier's Father Calls for Son's Release
• Over 20 Palestinians, 1 Israeli Soldier Killed in Gaza Fighting • Sino-India Border Trade Reopens at Nathu La Pass
• HK Universities Attract Top Mainland Students • Taiwan College Students Visit Giant Pandas in Sichuan
• Largest IPO Since Ban Lifted, Market Reacts Stable • Family of Raped Iraqi Girl Speak out
• France Beats Portugal 1-0 to Reach Final • Emergency Meeting Held in Security Council
• China to Actively Prevent Mother-to-Baby HIV Transmission • Competition Encourages College Student to Start up Business
• Smuggled Ivory Seized in Taiwan • Suggestion to Young Job-seekers
• Italy Stunned Germany to Reach Final • Olmert Says Rocket Attack Is "Serious Incident"
• Iran Calls for Removal of 'Ambiguities' in European Proposal • Jordan: Saddam's Daughter in Jordan for Humanitarian Reasons
• Traditional Beijing Snacks Gather in Shichahai Lake Area • More than 30 Dead in Derailment in Spain
• Soldier's Captors Confirm Deadline to Release Palestinian Prisoners • Two Candidates Claim Victory in Mexican Presidential Election
• Hu Jintao Calls for Top Notch Railway Management • China Reacts Actively to EU's New Ban
• Iran Accuses US of Trying to Topple Its Government • AU Summit Closes with Decisions on Key Issues
• First Railway Tourists Bound for Tibet • Injured Wild Panda Rescued
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