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News Archive --- Date:20050122


China

  • Canadian PM leaves Beijing for Hong Kong (09:25, January 24)
  • Roundup: China calls for early release of eight kidnapped nationals (13:37, January 22)
  • Captors of Chinese hostages air new demand for release (11:13, January 22)
  • HK, Ireland approve working holiday scheme for young (09:25, January 24)
  • Chinese senior official proposes energy cooperation with Canada (10:05, January 22)
  • Macao SAR honors outstanding individuals, organizations (09:25, January 24)
  • Chinese president meets Canadian PM (10:02, January 22)
  • FM spokesman: rescue is going on in Iraq (09:25, January 24)
  • China's top legislator meets Canadian PM (09:40, January 22)
  • China publishes historical documents on Taiwan (09:39, January 22)
  • Irish prime minister visits Hong Kong (09:25, January 24)



  • Business

  • US Fed official sees no accelerating of inflation in 2005 (13:01, January 22)
  • French president to attend Davos World Economic Forum (12:56, January 22)



  • World

  • Chinese hostages released in Iraq: Al-Arabiya  (16:49, January 22)
  • Over 4,600 Iraqi expats in UAE register to vote (15:58, January 22)
  • Indian army chief downplays "pakistani side" firing at Indian posts (16:00, January 22)
  • Mini-donor conference to be held in Portugal for Guinea-Bissau: PM (16:03, January 22)
  • 37 killed, 22 injured in Nepal bus accident (16:02, January 22)
  • 135 fall ill in food poisoning in Melbourne (16:05, January 22)
  • Roundup: Palestinian police deploy in northern Gaza, militants (13:29, January 22)
  • World disaster reduction conference ends with decade framework (13:26, January 22)
  • Violence grows as election draws near in Thailand  (13:24, January 22)
  • Solana sees opportunities for Ukraine-EU cooperation (13:20, January 22)
  • Colombian government troops kill six paramilitaries (13:18, January 22)
  • Cuba, Iran sign accord to boost economic ties (13:14, January 22)
  • Schroeder, Juncker meet on EU stability pact (13:12, January 22)
  • Zarqawi group says two Iraqis beheaded (10:53, January 22)
  • NATO chief urges EU, US to cooperate on Iran (10:55, January 22)
  • Czech Republic expels Belarussian diplomat (11:09, January 22)
  • US "encouraged" by Abbas move to control violence in Gaza (13:16, January 22)
  • US congratulates Ukraine's Yushchenko on election win (16:07, January 22)
  • Germany to push for lifting of EU arms embargo on China: Schroeder (10:57, January 22)
  • Roundup: Training of UN peacekeepers for southern Sudan to begin in Kenya (10:46, January 22)
  • Chissano says Bush won't change US policy toward Mozambique (10:44, January 22)
  • German right-wing lawmakers refuse to honor nazi victims (10:41, January 22)
  • Yuschenko to make EU visit next week (10:40, January 22)
  • Putin hails relations with France (10:36, January 22)
  • Czech Chamber approves extension of police mission in Iraq (10:33, January 22)
  • Sri Lanka rebel leader to meet Norwegian peace facilitators (10:31, January 22)
  • Berlin hails Bush's inauguration speech (10:29, January 22)
  • 40 S. African MPs to be prosecuted for travel voucher scam (10:26, January 22)
  • Putin calls for strengthening of prosecution system (10:23, January 22)
  • Norway to continue support Sri Lanka's rebuilding: officials  (10:21, January 22)
  • Chile keen on developing ties with India (10:18, January 22)



  • Opinion




    Sports




    Science & Technology

  • Myanmar, Chinese experts to study earthquake belt of extinct volcanoes (11:46, January 22)



  • Life

  • Sausages fit for a festival (14:38, January 22)
  • Home cooking warms the heart on the old range (14:40, January 22)
  • Different fillings for different tastes (14:41, January 22)



  • Photo

    Air crew for holiday charter flight debut in Shanghai

    A group of air crew of the Shanghai Airlines, who are to offer service on spring festivel charter flights for Taiwan businessmen debut in Shanghai on Jan 21. The group headed by Wu Eryu, a model worker of the airlines will serve on four flights during the festival.

    Hu Jintao meets Canadian Prime Minister

    Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) shakes hands with Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, on Jan. 21, 2005.

    Blast kills 21 in Baghdad

    A man carried his son and rushed to the hospital, Baghdad, Jan 21, 2005 A car bomb exploded outside a Shiite mosque packed with worshippers celebrating a major Muslim holiday Friday, and a suicide driver blew up an ambulance at the wedding of a Shiite couple south of the capital. At least 21 people died and dozens were wounded, including the bride and groom.


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