Thu,Jul 24,2014

Xi grieves over Taiwan plane crash

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, conveyed condolences after a deadly plane crash in Taiwan Wednesday evening.

- Dozens feared dead in Taiwan plane crash
48 dead, 10 injured in Taiwan plane crash

The new order of global network depends on equality and joint governance

It cannot be that one country is safe while others are exposed, still less should one country be allowed to seek absolute security at the expense of the security of other countries.

Why does the 'temperature of China' keep rising in Latin America? | Special Coverage 

Longtime friendship, close cooperation and a bright future for China and Latin America have helped to make Xi's visit to Latin America a great success.

Ties with Latin America not a rebuke to US

No leniency on food crimes

Although no death or injury has been reported as a result of the out-of-date meat, what Husi appears to have done is severe enough to warrant prosecution of those responsible.

First bodies of MH17 crash arrive in Netherlands | Photos

Two aircraft with the first bodies of the victims of the MH17 plane crash in Ukraine landed at Eindhoven Airport on Wednesday, where they were met by bereaved families and members of the Dutch royao family.

Capital inflows likely to grow

China may see more capital inflows in the second half of this year as the country's economy stabilizes and exports pick up amid improving global economic conditions, the State foreign exchange regulator said on Wednesday.








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