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US to Test Ebola Vaccine in Humans
The U.S. National Institutes of Health in Maryland said on Friday that the first phase of its human trials of an Ebola vaccine will begin on Tuesday, the day after the U.S. Labor Day holiday weekend, using 20 healthy volunteers.
6 Executives Arrested over Food Scandal in Shanghai
Six senior executives of scandal-saddled Shanghai Husi Food Co., Ltd.,a meat supplier for McDonald and KFC,  were formally arrested on Friday over charges of producing and selling counterfeit products.
Xinjiang Guanghui Becomes China's First Private Firm to Import Crude Oil
A private company from northwest China's Xinjiang has become the first private firm to obtain a crude oil import license in this country. The license will break a 16-year-old state monopoly by China's state-owned oil giants.
Newly-formed Private Investment Conglomerate Makes 100 Billion Move
China Minsheng Investment has now made its first blockbuster move in putting in 100 billion yuan in a basket of projects in northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. The announcement came just seven days after the private investment conglomerate was launched in Shanghai.
Iceland Raises Volcano Alert
Iceland has raised its alert warning level to maximum after an eruption in the Bardarbunga volcano system.The authorities have raised the aviation color code over the eruption to red, the highest alert level on a five-color scale.
Young Girls Warned Not to Take "Black Taxi"
Chinese police have warned young girls not to take unlicensed taxis when going out alone after crimes that victimized three girls, two of whom were murdered by "black cap" drivers, ifeng.com reports.
Google's Secret Drones Unveiled
Google has been working on self-driving cars. That's only part of the story. The company has been researching on self-flying aircraft as well.
Audi Recalls 70,000 Vehicles over Possible Brake Failure
German car producer Audi AG on Friday recalled around 70,000 cars worldwide due to possible brake problems. At worst, although the car can still be braked, the problem with the brake booster will force the driver to brake only with increased pressure on the pedal.
Serena, Djokovic Secure Easy Victories in US Open Round 2
World number one Serena Williams breezed past Vania King 6-1 6-0 and into the third round.
Lu Yi Joining Second Season of TV Drama Death Notify
Chinese actor Lu Yi is joining the second season of TV drama Death Notify.
Released Kai Ko Apologizes
Taiwan movie star Kai Ko made a public apology Friday afternoon for his drug abuse after being released from detention in Beijing.
Rail Authorities Apologize over Leaking Roof
Chinese railway authorities have made an apology after torrents of rainwater flooded into the newly-built Shijiazhuang Railway Station during a rainstorm on Thursday, China Central Television reports.
Half of Foreign Teachers in Heilongjiang Have No Proper Qualification
The head of two foreign language training agencies in the city of Harbin have been questioned by police for allegedly allowing foreign teachers without proper qualifications on their payroll. This comes amid word only half of the foreign teachers in the province of Heilongjiang aren't properly registered.
Xiaomi Sells Most Smartphones in China for 4th Month
Chinese cell phone maker Xiaomi has continued to dominate the Chinese market for the fourth consecutive month. The latest sales data for July shows Xiaomi has controlled around 30 percent of the urban market share.
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Plan Finalized for Pay Cut among SOE Managers
Chinese authorities have approved a plan to reform the payment system for executives at state firms that are under direct central government control.
Putin, Poroshenko Agree on Railway Aid Delivery
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday he has agreed with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on the proposal of delivering humanitarian assistance to southeastern Ukraine by train.
Lawmakers Review Changes to Administrative Procedure Law
Chinese lawmakers are reviewing the amendment to the country's administrative procedure law.The new provisions are expected to empower the public with more rights in filing lawsuits against the government.
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