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News Archive --- Date:20050108


China

  • Ten Hongkongers dead, 58 missing (17:03, January 08)
  • No change to residential power rates (15:59, January 08)
  • Donation from Chinese people mounts  (11:21, January 08)
  • Indonesia praises Chinese aid, commitment (11:12, January 08)
  • Vice Premier asks for mechanism guaranteeing migrant workers get paid on time (08:58, January 10)
  • Ninety-seven phone sex lines closed in China (10:29, January 08)



  • Business

  • Portable media players start to go mainstream (12:37, January 08)
  • Watchdog issues bank risk management regulations  (12:15, January 08)
  • Green light for tripartite auto joint venture  (12:18, January 08)
  • Crude oil prices drop on warmer weather expectations (11:47, January 08)
  • CES becomes more int'l as more foreign companies attend (11:44, January 08)
  • G7 to freeze debt owed by tsunami affected countries (11:41, January 08)
  • HK fund raising show raised 32 million HKD (11:38, January 08)
  • China invests heavily in harnessing Huaihe River branch (11:34, January 08)
  • Sino-Russian trade booms in 2004 (11:26, January 08)



  • World

  • Chinese ambassador calls for improving Sino-Japanese ties (13:37, January 08)
  • Canada declares national day of mourning for Tsunami Victims (11:15, January 08)
  • Brazil sends more relief aid to tsunami-hit countries (10:58, January 08)
  • US calls for Israeli, Palestinian cooperation on elections (10:51, January 08)
  • US modifies numbers of American tsunami victims (10:44, January 08)
  • Fatah claims responsibility for killing Israeli (10:19, January 08)
  • Chirac welcomes birth of 1.3 billionth Chinese citizen (10:13, January 08)
  • 7,000 more bodies discovered in Indonesia  (09:52, January 08)
  • Malawi president dissolves national intelligence bureau (09:37, January 08)
  • Abbas: attacks against Israel can not be justified (09:34, January 08)
  • Thai government vows to reconstruct tsunami-ravaged region (09:30, January 08)
  • S.Korean newly appointed vice PM resigns (09:25, January 08)
  • Bush picks Zoellick as deputy secretary of state (09:21, January 08)
  • At least 14 killed in train crash in Italy  (09:19, January 08)
  • 8 die, 240 hurt in US train collision  (09:14, January 08)



  • Opinion

  • China's aid is a great encouragement (16:18, January 08)



  • Sports

  • Roger Federer wins to reach Qatar Open semifinals  (16:41, January 08)
  • Carlos Moya takes sweet revenge in Chennai Open  (13:25, January 08)
  • Sharapova quits HK tennis exhibition game on fitness concern (10:40, January 08)
  • Arie Haan likely to land a job in Australia (12:48, January 08)
  • China defender Zheng Zhi linked with Shandong move (10:23, January 08)



  • Science & Technology

  • Distance education to reach rural areas by 2007 (13:17, January 08)



  • Life

  • City to ban underage sales of cigarettes, alcohol (16:03, January 08)
  • Traditional Kunqu Opera genre springs to life at colleges (16:04, January 08)
  • Tibetan language website opened  (12:08, January 08)
  • Middle-aged seek plastic surgery (11:51, January 08)



  • Photo

    At least 14 killed in train crash in Italy

    At least 14 dead in a crash between a passenger train and a freight train in a fog-bound area near Italian northern city Bologna on Friday. (Xinhua photo)

    Chinese medical team plays important role in recue

    The Chinese doctors treat three badly wounded victims in Banda Aceh, Indonesia on Jan 6th,2005 . The Chinese medical squad's rescue work has lasted seven days there. The Chinese doctors have played a very important role in treating and transferring the wounded victims. So far they have treated more than a hundred seriously wounded.


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