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News Archive --- Date:20040504


China

  • Homepage to mark student movement opens (13:27, May 04, 2004)
  • China to audit 9 giant state-owned enterprises (13:17, May 04, 2004)
  • Funds for poor areas to surge this year (13:13, May 04, 2004)
  • Basic Law distortion led NPC to step in (13:10, May 04, 2004)
  • Special team set up to look into devastating mine explosion (10:18, May 04, 2004)
  • Temperature checks resume (10:17, May 04, 2004)
  • Firearms seizure shows system sound: HK official (10:20, May 04, 2004)
  • Traffic jam on Qinghai-Tibet highway relieved (10:29, May 04, 2004)



  • Business

  • Patent evaluation system designed in Shanghai (13:52, May 04, 2004)
  • Strong investment in fixed assets recorded in Shandong (13:29, May 04, 2004)
  • North China's largest auto market in sight (10:35, May 04, 2004)
  • Hang Seng China Enterprises Index up (10:27, May 05, 2004)



  • World

  • S.Korea, DPRK to hold ministerial talks (13:42, May 04, 2004)
  • UK PM discusses Iraq with UN envoy in London (13:47, May 04, 2004)
  • Rallies in Japan amid constitution revision debate (13:39, May 04, 2004)
  • Pentagon says it undertakes probes of Iraqi prisoner abuse (15:04, May 04, 2004)
  • Israeli troops raid Gaza, killing a Palestinian boy (13:59, May 04, 2004)
  • Ranking Hezb-i-Islami members' support for government a positive sign: US (10:49, May 04, 2004)
  • 6 US officers receive reprimand over prisoner abuse (10:47, May 04, 2004)
  • Former Iraqi general appointed to head Fallujah force (10:29, May 04, 2004)
  • Pakistan requested to take all measures to rescue Chinese victims from bomb attack (10:35, May 04, 2004)
  • China, Germany to establish partnership of global responsibility  (11:30, May 04, 2004)
  • China, Germany pledge to deepen bilateral relations  (10:30, May 05, 2004)
  • "One China" principle becomes universally accepted: Premier Wen (11:20, May 05, 2004)
  • Chinese premier offers condolences over victims in Pakistan bombing (10:43, May 04, 2004)
  • Wen, Schroeder reach consensus on enhancing bilateral ties  (10:30, May 05, 2004)



  • Opinion




    Sports




    Science & Technology

  • Microsoft introduces new copyright protection software (11:08, May 05, 2004)
  • Chinese scientists reveal mystery of sperm maturation (11:10, May 05, 2004)
  • Henan using traditional medicines to fight AIDS (13:54, May 04, 2004)



  • Life




    Photo

    Chinese on holiday

    Young men of Chinese Wa nationality sing to greet visitors from various parts of the world during the May Day holidays in Yunnan Folks Village in Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province May 3, 2004. The visitors to the Yunnan Folks Village totaled 15,000 daily.

    Car bomb kills three Chinese in Pakistan

    Pakistani Communication Minister Babar Ghori (C), China's Consul General to Karachi Sun chunye (L) and the commercial Counsellor from China's Embassy to Pakistan Ma Changlin (R) have an interview after visiting 9 injured Chinese engineers and 2 Pakistanis in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi May 3, 2004.

    Plateau traffic jam

    A driver waits while over one thousand vehicles jam at the pass of the Dangla Mountains along the Qinghai-Tibet highway which links Tibet with Golmud of northwest China's Qinghai Province, May 3, 2004. The jam was due to three accidents resulting from a heavy snow.

    Photos: Premier visits German

    German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) holds a honorable parade to welcome visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) in Berlin May 3, 2004. Wen was on his three-day official visit to Germany.


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