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News Archive --- Date:20050109


  • Young Chinese devote efforts to promoting external ties in 2004 (08:59, January 10)
  • NPC delegation leaves on Asia-Pacific forum and Vietnam visit (14:32, January 09)
  • Vice-premier visits national center for geographic information (14:40, January 09)
  • Red Cross receives 100 mln yuan tsunami donation  (09:49, January 10)
  • Former CPC leader Song Renqiong passes away  (13:22, January 09)
  • Premier Wen asks Shenzhen to accelerate development (11:41, January 09)

  • Business

  • FTA opens new horizon for China's economic growth (17:22, January 09)
  • China's leading northern port city sets record in DFI (13:56, January 09)
  • Hunan Province sees growing foreign trade (13:48, January 09)
  • Asia's largest long-distance bus station to debut in Shanghai (13:43, January 09)
  • ICBC donates one mln yuan to tsunami-hit countries (13:41, January 09)

  • World

  • Japan dispatches 970 troops to Indonesia (17:27, January 09)
  • Sudanese gov't, southern rebels sign final peace deal (08:21, January 10)
  • Tsunami victims live through worst time (17:10, January 09)
  • At least three killed in grenade blast in tsunami-hit eastern Sri Lanka (16:24, January 09)
  • Annan presses for US$one-bln cash aid for tsunami-hit nations (16:10, January 09)
  • Mahmoud Abbas casts vote in Ramallah (17:12, January 09)
  • Britain to send 650 extra troops to police Iraq vote (15:14, January 09)
  • US ship to carry Mexican humanitarian materials to Tsunami-hit (15:19, January 09)
  • Backgrounder: Profiles of Palestinian presidential candidates (13:11, January 09)
  • Palestinian presidential election kicks off, poll shows Abbas to win (15:55, January 09)
  • US nuclear submarine runs aground off Guam  (14:43, January 09)
  • Germany to take lead in setting up tsunami early warnings (12:23, January 09)
  • Powell urges all sides to redouble efforts to end Darfur conflict (12:38, January 09)
  • Kidnapped Spanish journalists released (12:45, January 09)
  • Palestinian parliamentary election to be held in July (12:40, January 09)
  • Chinese, Seychelles FMs meet on relations, tsunami aid (12:32, January 09)
  • Result of Palestinian election to be announced Monday (12:34, January 09)
  • UN Secretary General visits Sri Lanka tsunami ravaged areas (12:00, January 09)
  • Indian PM describes tsunami as 'national tragedy', assures assistance (15:26, January 09)
  • Three more Chinese medical staff arrive in Sri Lanka (12:52, January 09)
  • Tsunami-related death toll in India crosses 10,000 (11:55, January 09)

  • Opinion


  • NBA players donate to tsunami victims  (15:04, January 09)
  • Federer wins 14th title in a row at Qatar (14:56, January 09)
  • Dementieva eases past Williams to win HK tennis exhibition game (14:52, January 09)
  • Germany deprived of team showjumping Olympic gold for doping  (14:47, January 09)

  • Science & Technology

  • China's Antarctica research team arrives in Argentina (14:07, January 09)

  • Life

  • Teen survivor of flight in landing gear seeks medical help  (15:58, January 09)
  • Shanghai farmers richest in China  (14:31, January 09)

  • Photo

    China's Antarctica expedition team arrives in Argentina

    The polar expedition ship Xuelong (Snow Dragon) berths in the harbor of Ushuaia, southern Argentina, Jan. 7, 2005. Members of the Chinese Antarctica research team aboard Xuelong arrived here on Friday and were welcomed by Argentine local government officials and Chinese embassy officials. The Xuelong will stay in Ushuaia for three days for replenishment and then go back to Zhongshan (Dr. Sun Yat-sen) Station, one of the two stations China built on the continent in the 1980s.

    Campaigns end, election kicks off in Palestine

    Supporters shout slogans during a campaign rally for Palestinian presidential candidate Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Bir Nabala, Jan. 7, 2005. Abbas, also chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, canceled on Friday a rally in East Jerusalem to protest against Israeli security forces presence in the places he was scheduled to visit, Palestinian sources said. Friday was the last day of the campaign for all the seven candidates who are racing for the post of the president for the Palestinian National Authority (PNA).

    Candlelight commemoration for tsunami victims in Bangladesh

    People light up candles to commemorate victims of the tsunami disaster in Dacca, capital of Bangladesh, Jan. 7, 2005. People from all over the country took part in the candlelight condolence organized by civil organizations and institutions on Friday.

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