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News Archive --- Date:20050127


  • Turkish senior official to visit China, FM spokesman (21:33, January 27)
  • Chinese state councilor to visit Russia, FM (21:32, January 27)
  • FM spokesman: China opposes any form of illegal migration (21:33, January 27)
  • China questions death penalty (15:04, January 27)
  • Separatist push in Taiwan endangers peace (09:16, January 27)
  • Charter flight does not mean resumption of cross-Straits talks: official  (08:04, January 27)
  • Earthquake jolts Yunnan, injuring 3 (08:09, January 27)
  • Beijing to mark anniversary of Jiang's proposal on Taiwan issue (08:16, January 27)
  • CPPCC leader urges officials to learn new religious statute (08:15, January 27)

  • Business

  • Coal shortage becomes China's top concern in 2005 economic control (21:32, January 27)
  • Pawnbroking may help finance China's small firms: adviser (21:30, January 27)
  • China to see another favorable foreign trade balance in 2005 (21:28, January 27)
  • China's gold production set new record (21:26, January 27)
  • China still the locomotive for world economy: UN report (14:52, January 27)
  • UK-based forex trading company CMC opens first office in China (14:35, January 27)
  • China's leading grain producer sets new record in grain output (14:29, January 27)
  • Port city to absorb overseas financial capital, aiming to build N. China banking hub (14:28, January 27)
  • China to urge forex market stability (09:12, January 27)
  • Economists predict 8% GDP growth rate (09:11, January 27)
  • China Aviation Industry Corporation completes national research last year (08:34, January 27)
  • OPEC to face difficulties due to extra oil supply: president (08:33, January 27)
  • NE China province gets huge bank loans for rejuvenation (08:32, January 27)
  • US Caterpillar to establish innovation center in east China (08:32, January 27)

  • World

  • India, China not allowing differences to hamper relations (21:33, January 27)
  • Interview: Kazakh deputy PM calls ties with China dynamic, promising (21:30, January 27)
  • Peru, China to establish partnership of all-around cooperation (14:43, January 27)
  • China, Latin America to further enhance legislative cooperation (14:41, January 27)
  • Rice sworn in as US secretary of state (14:42, January 27)
  • Students of Guinea Bissau seize embassy building in Moscow (10:51, January 27)
  • Russian cosmonaut walks in outer space in suit, not used before (10:52, January 27)
  • 16 Vietnamese army officers died in helicopter accident (11:04, January 27)
  • Chinese vice president arrives in Peru for official visit  (09:57, January 27)
  • Japan,US hold military drill  (09:44, January 27)
  • Blair hints handover move after Iraq elections  (09:43, January 27)
  • Africa, climate change highlights G8 agenda in 2005  (09:21, January 27)
  • Ugandan president calls on rebels to give up 18-year rebellion  (09:20, January 27)
  • Wealthy Iraqi families flee before elections (08:27, January 27)
  • US president calls on Americans to remember Auschwitz victims (08:29, January 27)
  • Deepening EU-China ties benefits both: EP President (08:23, January 27)
  • No universal model of democracy suitable to whole world, Chinese official (08:23, January 27)
  • Israel, Palestine resume political contact (08:30, January 27)
  • India celebrates 56th Republic Day (08:35, January 27)
  • US Senate confirms Rice as secretary of state (08:33, January 27)
  • Russia unsatisfactory with Georgia: Russian official (08:32, January 27)
  • Iranian military vows to respond to foreign threats (08:31, January 27)
  • At least 10 dead in train collision in US  (09:05, January 27)
  • Helicopter crash in Iraq kills 31 US soldier (08:07, January 27)

  • Opinion

  • Analysis: why Germany opposes to using force against Iran (14:48, January 27)
  • China's economy in 2004, An interpretation of figures (16:39, January 27)
  • Auschwitz, permanent pain of the Jews (16:37, January 27)
  • A look at US foreign policy (09:06, January 27)

  • Sports

  • Don't expect huge win over China again: German coach (15:14, January 27)
  • Williams beats Sharapova to reach Australian Open semis (14:34, January 27)
  • Beijing releases Olympic souvenirs  (09:38, January 27)
  • Seven Games venues starting to sprout (09:38, January 27)
  • NBA expands TV coverage in China (08:17, January 27)
  • Roddick steps into Australian Open semi-finals (08:13, January 27)
  • Kenya defends bid for 2016 Olympics (08:12, January 27)

  • Science & Technology

  • China on-campus student population exceeds 20 million (14:32, January 27)
  • US antitrust regulators to check Microsoft's new operating system (14:32, January 27)
  • Chinese software project managers to be trained in India (14:31, January 27)
  • China considers frequency standard (09:13, January 27)
  • Chinese students win Asian Wall Street Journal Young Inventors Awards (08:36, January 27)
  • ISS crew completes spacewalk (08:36, January 27)

  • Life

  • What is the cultural image for the Beijing Olympic Games? (16:08, January 27)
  • Chinese tourists spur luxury goods sales (14:50, January 27)
  • Young DV auteurs honored for work (14:36, January 27)
  • HK boy wins global poster design on peace (14:39, January 27)
  • Dafen Village: China's No.1 oil painting workshop  (14:04, January 27)
  • Home videos will be seen by millions in Shanghai  (13:08, January 27)
  • Jazz star to perform in Shanghai in March  (13:06, January 27)
  • A day for 11th Panchen Lama  (16:38, January 27)
  • Whose surname for babies to take? (08:31, January 27)
  • Survey finds prejudice against migrant kids (08:29, January 27)
  • Policies help education of girls (08:17, January 27)
  • 50 illegal electronic games banned  (08:57, January 27)
  • China moves to reinvigorate Peking opera (14:51, January 27)

  • Photo

    At least ten dead in train collision in the US

    Rescue work under way. At least 10 people were killed and hundreds hurt in a multi train crash Wednesday morning near downtown Los Angeles. A 25-year-old man was arrested following Wednesday's commuter train collision that killed at least 10 people near downtown Los Angeles.(Xinhua/AFP Photo)

    Eastern Airlines' crew for charter flights debut

    Holding the airlines' souvenirs, the stewardesses of the Eastern Airlines take a photo in front of an Airbus 340-600 passenger plane on Jan 26. The aircrew to serve the holiday charter flight for Taiwan businessmen make debut at the Eastern Airlines' maintenance base in Shanghai that day.

    Earthquake injures three in Yunnan

    A man checks the damage situation of a house after an earthquake in Simao, a city in southwest China's Yunnan Province, Jan. 26, 2005. The earthquake measuring 5.0 on the Richter scale jolted Simao at 00:30 Jan. 26 (1630 GMT Jan. 25), leaving three people injured.

    Iraqi general election draws near

    A man puts up an election poster in Baghdad's Sadr City Jan. 26, 2005. The Iraqi elections will be held on Jan. 30.

    Senior official calls to reinvigorate Peking opera

    Li Changchun, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee (CPC), talked to an actor during his visits to two prominent Peking opera troupes, the Peking Opera Troupe of Beijing and the China National Peking Opera Company on Jan 26. Li said that the government will promote the reform of the Peking Opera to better meet people's needs.

    Treatment given to baby chimp

    A baby chimp is x-rayed at a paediatric hospital in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, Jan. 26, 2005. Suffering from a slight viral pneumonia, the chimp was successfully treated and left the hospital on the same day. As the first bred chimp in Anhui Province, it has attracted much public attention since its birth.

    Job fair held for college students in Hangzhou

    College students consult at a job fair specifically held for them before the Chinese traditional Spring Festival in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, Jan. 26, 2005. More than 400 units provided about 10,000 job opportunities for college graduates.

    Yushchenko visits Council of Europe

    Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko gestures during a press conference in Strasbourg of France, Jan. 25, 2005. Yushchenko arrived at Strasbourg on Tuesday to deliver a speech in the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe. He reiterated that his country's principal aim was to join the European Union (EU).

    EU to offer Sudan 450 million euros financial aid

    European Commission (EC) President Jose Manuel Barroso (C) applauds while European Commissioner for Development Louis Michel (R front) and visiting Sudanese first vice-President Ali Osman Mohamed Taha (L front) exchange documents during the signing ceremony of the EC's Country Strategy Paper (CPS) for Sudan in Brussels Jan. 25, 2005. The paper promises to offer Sudan a package of 450 million euros (about 585 million US dollars) financial aid.

    Freed hostages back home

    Released Chinese citizens walk out of a plane at Fuzhou Airport in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, Jan. 26, 2005. The eight Chinese nationals who had been taken hostage and later released in Iraq returned to Fuzhou Airport at 7:40 p.m. (1140 GMT) Jan. 26.

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