|[Livecast] Press Conference on Progress in Household Registration Reform|
Vice Minister of Public Security Huang Ming will brief the media on advancing the reform of the household registration system with officials from other governmental agencies on July 30, 2014. CRI will bring you a live broadcast of the event at 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
|Fighting Continues in Gaza as Israeli PM Vows "Prolonged Operation"|
Israel's military continues to pound targets in the Gaza strip on the Muslim Eid holiday, as Israel's leader has vowed "a prolonged army operation" against Hamas militants.
|No Remains will be Left Behind:MH17 Recovery Team|
Leaders of the recovery mission for Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 have again called for access to the crash site.The comment comes after an international delegation of police and forensic experts cancelled visits to the site due to heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine.
|Chinese Muslims Celebrate Eid Al Fitr|
Muslims in northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous region, Gansu Province and part of Xinjiang Uigur Autonomous region on this day go to local mosques and pray in celebration of the conclusion of Ramadan.
|Officials Disciplined over Suicide Attempts of Petitioners|
The State Bureau for Letters and Calls has announced that officials from Sihong county in Jiangsu province will face disciplinary action for "irregularities" during the county's redevelopment campaign in 2013, according to state-run news agency Xinhua.
|Tesla to Further Extend Charging Network in China|
US electric car maker Tesla Motors plans to further extend its charging network in Chinese cities to allow Tesla owners to charge their cars for free and travel long distances, Shanghai Securities News reported on Tuesday.
|Heavy Casualties Reported in Xinjiang Terror Attack|
Dozens of civilians were killed or injured in a terrorist attack early on Monday morning in Shache County, China's Xinjiang region. Police at the scene shot dead dozens of members of the mob.
|China Calls on Its Nationals to Leave Libya|
China called on its nationals to leave Libya amid the deteriorating security situation. The Chinese Embassy in Libya suggested that businessmen, corporate personnel, and contract workers in foreign companies "leave Libya as soon as possible."
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