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News Archive --- Date:20050107


China

  • China's Red Cross collects 5.4 million US dollars for tsunami victims (17:12, January 07)
  • Four trends shown in Chinese people's health condition (16:28, January 07)
  • Beijing population tops 15 million (15:52, January 07)
  • China to make sex-selective abortions a crime (14:45, January 07)
  • Portuguese President's China visit will lift Sino-Portugal tie to a new high: FM (12:52, January 07)
  • Airlines works for direct charter flights (12:32, January 07)
  • China has established tsunami-warning system, Interview (08:44, January 07)
  • Birth of 1.3 billionth citizen marks achievements and challenges (08:26, January 07)
  • 42 Chinese citizens reported missing in tsunami (08:43, January 07)
  • China to send observers for Palestinian election (08:43, January 07)
  • China welcomes 1.3 billionth citizen in mixed mood (12:20, January 07)
  • China hopes to work with Russia on energy cooperation  (08:42, January 07)
  • China to continue financial reform: vice premier (08:44, January 07)
  • Students, artists donate actively for tsunami victims (08:22, January 07)
  • China condemns defrauding money under name of "tsunami donations" (08:44, January 07)
  • China faces up to aging population (08:45, January 07)
  • China to send more medical workers to tsunami-hit countries if needed (08:14, January 07)
  • Chinese premier returns after attending tsunami summit (08:12, January 07)



  • Business

  • Honeywell well-known trademark  (15:56, January 07)
  • CNOOC may takeover Unocal (14:45, January 07)
  • 150 billion USD trade makes EU the largest trade partner of China (16:56, January 07)
  • GM China sales up on better performance (12:36, January 07)
  • WB: China's economy faces challenges (12:30, January 07)
  • Strategic oil reserves to be filled next year (12:27, January 07)
  • Ten faces of China's economy in 2004 (12:25, January 07)
  • Vice premier reiterates stable currency policy (10:36, January 07)
  • Morgan Stanley, CSFB initiate coverage of Netcom (10:43, January 07)
  • Allianz venture obtains life insurance license (10:44, January 07)
  • Siemens expects rosy growth outlook (10:44, January 07)
  • Six focuses set for auditing this year  (10:03, January 07)
  • China urges US to lift sanctions (09:18, January 07)
  • Tax deduction to improve profitability (09:14, January 07)
  • Banks make progress in improving internal control (09:15, January 07)
  • Half of China's overseas investment falls in Latin America (08:42, January 07)
  • HK's investment promotion reaches all-time high in 2004 (08:12, January 07)
  • China's biggest bank reports 20 percent jump in 2004 profits (08:13, January 07)
  • Beijing's Silk Street market thoroughly closed (08:14, January 07)
  • Oil producing countries seek security of demand (08:14, January 07)
  • PBEC to hold 38th international general meeting in HK (08:15, January 07)



  • World

  • Straw: 440 British dead or missing in Asian tsunami (16:55, January 07)
  • Indonesian tsunami death reaches 98,000 (16:55, January 07)
  • Japanese defense chief to visit S.Korea (15:55, January 07)
  • US, France working on plans for Chirac visit to Washington (14:29, January 07)
  • Vietnam takes urgent anti-bird flu measures (14:31, January 07)
  • Ukraine's court throws out Yanukovych appeal (14:33, January 07)
  • Iraqi PM extends emergency law for elections  (14:35, January 07)
  • US Attorney general nominee Gonzales under fire  (14:38, January 07)
  • Chinese organizations in Myanmar donates for tsunami victims (16:55, January 07)
  • UN chief arrives in Indonesia's tsunami-hit Aceh (16:55, January 07)
  • Bureaucracy in tsunami hit Aceh, Indonesia back in action (14:42, January 07)
  • China ready to help India in relief efforts, says premier (12:55, January 07)
  • Chinese ambassador to Jordan highlights mutual confidence between Palestinians and Israelis (12:52, January 07)
  • Caribbean island nations to clear way for regional integration  (10:57, January 07)
  • Thieves, thugs target disaster areas  (12:33, January 07)
  • Over 2,500 aftershocks observed after Indonesian quake  (10:58, January 07)
  • US urges DPRK to return to six-party talks  (09:45, January 07)
  • Mandela's son dies of AIDS  (12:33, January 07)
  • Israel's Likud party signs coalition agreements with Labor, UTJ (09:13, January 07)
  • Congress OKs Bush's election win after Democrat challenge (09:12, January 07)
  • Russia to send 20,000 tons of grain to tsunami-hit region  (08:46, January 07)
  • Powell promises full US support to tsunami-hit countries  (08:46, January 07)
  • Dutch public donates huge funds to tsunami areas  (08:42, January 07)
  • Jordan calls for UN role in Iraqi elections  (08:40, January 07)
  • Democrats challenge delays certification of Bush's election win  (09:14, January 07)
  • UN plays leading role in efforts: Premier Wen  (08:37, January 07)
  • International tsunami summit ends with more aidcommitments (08:49, January 07)
  • Israeli court rejects appeals to allow Palestinian prisoners to vote (08:19, January 07)
  • French President hails Annan as "man of peace, integrity" (08:20, January 07)
  • Chirac hopes to forge unity with Bush in 2005 (08:21, January 07)
  • Freight trains collision in US kills two, injures 180 (08:27, January 07)
  • Abbas says Sharon is a peace partner (08:23, January 07)
  • Magazine ranks New York as 8th fattest city in US (08:27, January 07)
  • Chinese premier pledges assistance to tsunami-hit region  (08:35, January 07)



  • Opinion

  • Forging sounder Sino-US ties (12:46, January 07)
  • Learning from the premier's tears (12:40, January 07)
  • Tsunami summit meets practical needs (12:40, January 07)
  • Active & fruitful China's diplomacy in 2004 (12:47, January 07)



  • Sports

  • Federer crashes Lopez to enter Qatar Open semis  (15:53, January 07)
  • Chinese football player banned for drug cheats (11:25, January 07)
  • State Councilor Chen Zhili appointed BOCOG first vice president  (12:53, January 08)
  • Chinese pair enter semis in Gold Coast  (09:28, January 07)
  • Venus Williams beats Zvonareva in opener of HK challenge (09:32, January 07)
  • Serena Williams covets world No. 1 position  (08:25, January 07)
  • South Asia Games postponed one year for tsunami effect (07:56, January 07)



  • Science & Technology

  • China offers US$524 million in loans to 800,000 students last year (17:16, January 07)
  • US issues 25,000 student visas to Chinese nationals in 2004 (17:12, January 07)



  • Life

  • China leads world in lymphatic filariasis control (17:15, January 07)
  • Traditional Chinese medicine bids for world heritage status (17:13, January 07)
  • 100,000 foreigners come to work in China (16:08, January 07)
  • Ivory 'smuggler' guilty (13:48, January 07)
  • Pop diva Faye Wong to remarry  (13:55, January 07)
  • TCM bids for heritage status (13:57, January 07)
  • Six Chinese films to look out for in 2005  (11:28, January 07)
  • Robbers sentenced to death  (11:29, January 07)
  • Gold medals for blood donors  (11:31, January 07)
  • Shanghai issues survival brochures to residents  (11:32, January 07)
  • Homeward bound (08:27, January 07)
  • Children lost in cyberspace (08:29, January 07)
  • Students, artists donate actively for tsunami victims  (08:04, January 07)
  • Population growth slows down in Henan  (08:06, January 07)
  • Head-on collision kills 28 in Fujian province  (08:07, January 07)



  • Photo

    US Congress certifies Bush election win

    U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) smiles as he talks with Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, after Cheney made official the results of the Joint Session of Congress verifying the official Certificate of Electoral Votes from the 2004 U.S. Presidential election, on the House Chambers floor on Capitol Hill, January 6, 2005. U.S. Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones protested the results for Ohio and delayed continuation of the proceeding, which resumed with the a vote against the protest. (Reuters)

    Iraqi neighboring countries' conference held in Amman

    Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul attends the Iraqi neighboring countries' conference in Amman, Jordan, Jan. 6, 2004. Six Iraqi neighboring countries -- Jordan, Turkey, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Syria -- participated in the one-day foreign ministers meeting, which also drew representatives from Egypt, Bahrain and the United Nations.

    A 72,000-ton tanker built in Dalian

    Building of the 72,000-ton crude oil tanker "Lianpinghu" for China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company is completed on Jan 6, 2005 in Dalian. The Dalian New Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Co., Ltd takes only 320 days to build the tanker, 84 days ahead of the contractual date.

    "Let the world be filled with love"

    Artists sing a song named "let the world be filled with love" during a performance in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 6, 2005. All the income of the performance will be donated, via the Chinese Red Cross Society, to the countries hit by the Indian Ocean tsunami. A lot of famous Chinese artists attended the performance.

    Relief operation underway in India

    Three children carry a piece of board found from debris in the tsunami-hit Port Blair in the remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India, Jan. 5, 2005. Relief operation was underway with more than 40,000 tsunami victims having been arranged in temporary relief camps in the islands.

    Nationwide donation continues in China

    A centenarian donates money for the Indian Ocean tsunami victims during an activity held in a neighborhood in the Dongcheng District of Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 6, 2005.

    Road accident kills 28 in Fujian Province

    The picture taken on Jan. 6, 2005 shows a wrecked truck at the site of a traffic accident on the expressway linking Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, and Xiamen, a coastal city in the province. The runaway truck loaded with containers collided head-on with a bus carrying 45 people at around 2 p.m. (0600 GMT) Jan. 6. At least 28 people were killed and 19 others injured in the accident.

    Chinese medical team continues rescue in Sri Lanka

    Zhao Xinyan, a member of the Chinese medical rescue team, gives treatment to a feverish child in the tsunami-stricken town of Hikkaduwa, some 90 kilometers away from Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, Jan. 6, 2005. The 14-member Chinese medical team started relief work here on Jan. 4.

    World leaders gather at summit on tsunami (II)

    Lee Hae-chan, Prime Minister of Republic of Korea (ROK), arrives at the Jakarta Convention Centre in Jakarta, capital of Indonesia, Jan. 6, 2005. Leaders or their representatives of 26 countries and international organizations are meeting here Thursday to discuss the massive relief and reconstruction efforts for the earthquake and tsunami hit countries.

    World leaders gather at summit on tsunami

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao attends the opening of the Special ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) Leaders' Meeting on Aftermath Quake and Tsunami Summit at the Jakarta Convention Centre in Jakarta, capital of Indonesia, Jan. 6, 2005. Leaders or their representatives of 26 countries and international organizations are meeting here Thursday to discuss the massive relief and reconstruction efforts for the earthquake and tsunami hit countries.


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