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News Archive --- Date:20050128


China

  • China penalizes gambling officials (17:40, January 28)
  • Taiwan airlines ready for 2005 Lunar New Year charter flights (17:39, January 28)
  • Backgrounder: Jiang Zemin's speech on reunification of motherland (17:38, January 28)
  • China marks 10th anniversary of Jiang's speech on Taiwan issue (17:38, January 28)
  • Reasons for lower registered unemployment rate in 2004  (17:16, January 28)
  • China takes reconstruction projects in tsunami-hit countries (10:10, January 28)
  • China tightens control over assisted reproductive technology (08:08, January 28)
  • China donates another 1.2m yuan to Sri Lanka (08:05, January 28)
  • China blacklists 46 thermal power plants for threatening environment (08:01, January 28)
  • Experts urge to build "culture of disaster reduction"  (08:10, January 28)



  • Business

  • SASAC hopes CAO bailing out plan supported (17:44, January 28)
  • Reports on splitting China Unicom groundless: SASAC (17:42, January 28)
  • China to buy 60 Boeing 7E7 at $7.2b: report (17:35, January 28)
  • Websites try to improve efficiency of online ads (16:57, January 28)
  • Intel sues Chinese company for alleged IPR infringement (15:15, January 28)
  • Financial Times: CEIBS top-30 business school worldwide (14:32, January 28)
  • China's coal trading moving closer to the market (14:29, January 28)
  • WTO chief urges efforts on global trade talks (11:02, January 28)
  • Chinese vice-premier leaves for World Economic Forum 2005 meeting (10:23, January 28)
  • China's export of auto products exceeds US$8 billion in 2004 (10:07, January 28)
  • Deal inked on JV securities house (10:04, January 28)
  • Yellow Hat accelerates into market fast lane (08:24, January 28)
  • CNOOC looks to LNG as future (08:22, January 28)
  • Insurance company follows group trend (08:20, January 28)
  • Lenovo: IBM deal on despite challenges (14:28, January 28)
  • Hang Seng China Enterprises Index higher (08:01, January 28)



  • World

  • China, Andean Community to promote cooperation (16:58, January 28)
  • China ready to further cooperate with Andean Community: vice president (16:58, January 28)
  • Palestinian forces start deployment in southern Gaza (16:52, January 28)
  • 61,000 Iraqi expats vote in Iran (16:51, January 28)
  • Sharon sees chance for "historic breakthrough" on Mideast peace (16:04, January 28)
  • US troops likely to stay in Iraq after election: Bush (16:02, January 28)
  • Seoul concerned over DPRK's claim over violation of sea border (15:59, January 28)
  • 2 earthquakes rock tsunami-hit Aceh (15:59, January 28)
  • Iraqi expats in Jordan start voting (15:59, January 28)
  • European leaders pledge efforts against racism on Auschwitz anniversary (14:29, January 28)
  • Pentagon unveils report on contract awards for 2004 (14:31, January 28)
  • Peru-China relations in best period of time: Peruvian president (14:26, January 28)
  • Backgrounder: Facts about Iraq election (14:24, January 28)
  • 7 Islamic extremists killed in Russia (11:17, January 28)
  • Peru, China sign eight cooperation accords (11:11, January 28)
  • Polish president thanks Putin for liberation of Auschwitz (10:58, January 28)
  • Russia to pursue bribery case against Ukraine PM designate (10:39, January 28)
  • US prepares invasion of Venezuela: Venezuelan ambassador (10:40, January 28)
  • Vietnam reports three more bird flu patients (10:15, January 28)
  • Deprived of snow this winter, Europe finally gets walloped (09:20, January 28)
  • Stable Afghanistan meets the regional interests: President Karzai  (08:46, January 28)
  • Victims join Queen, Blair to mark Holocaust Day in Britain  (08:45, January 28)
  • European Parliament commemorates liberation of Auschwitz camp (08:14, January 28)
  • World leaders mark Auschwitz liberation  (08:37, January 28)
  • Rice to visit Europe, Middle East next week (08:06, January 28)
  • Two Vietnamese girls test positive for bird flu (08:04, January 28)
  • US, Iraqi leaders discuss upcoming Iraqi elections (08:16, January 28)
  • Sharon to meet Abbas in days: Peres (08:18, January 28)
  • Sharon says Israel to implement roadmap if attacks stop (08:19, January 28)
  • Abbas to visit Egypt on Mideast peace process (08:20, January 28)
  • French transport minister hails Chinese order for A380 (07:54, January 28)
  • Israel to launch two military satellites (07:53, January 28)
  • Iran has 10 million martyrs against US (07:54, January 28)
  • Palestinian official says Israel agrees to release 900 prisoners  (07:51, January 28)
  • DPRK urges Japan to settle forcible drafting issue (07:51, January 28)



  • Opinion

  • Lenovo's deal to buy IBM's PC business running into trouble (15:46, January 28)
  • What'll a 'feature', 'high-level' Beijing Olympics look like? (15:35, January 28)
  • Chinese textile industry creates opportunities for world (16:30, January 28)
  • Introspection of Auschwitz tragedy (16:50, January 28)
  • Meditate in sincerity and cover up in all ways (15:24, January 28)



  • Sports

  • China's Liaoning weightlifting team banned for doping (17:02, January 28)
  • China vs S.Korea in all-star basketball games (16:38, January 28)
  • Olympic venues to be completed in 2007: BOCOG president  (11:14, January 28)
  • Neethling wins 200m medley for third gold in World Cup  (11:03, January 28)
  • Rockets rally past Hornets 82-77 (08:34, January 28)
  • Williams, Davenport vie for Australian Open  (08:16, January 28)
  • Safin shocks Federer at Australian Open  (08:42, January 28)
  • China not to seek revenge on Germany (08:02, January 28)
  • Chinese squad for women's Four-Nation soccer tournament  (10:43, January 28)



  • Science & Technology

  • US scientists find new evidence to support greenhouse effect theory (17:45, January 28)
  • Boarding schools to be built for rural west (14:35, January 28)
  • Financial Times: CEIBS top-30 business school worldwide (14:30, January 28)
  • China's postgraduates to focus more on research: official (09:36, January 28)
  • Minister of Education optimistic for graduates' employment (09:35, January 28)
  • Chinese teachers mentally healthy: minister of education (09:35, January 28)
  • Chinese minister of education vows to promote rural education (09:35, January 28)
  • China to eliminate extra educational fees: official (09:35, January 28)
  • A Letter of Greetings to Scholars & Students Studying Abroad (09:55, January 28)
  • China tightens control over assisted reproductive technology (08:07, January 28)
  • Overseas experts to examine HK's red fire ant samples (08:05, January 28)
  • US scientists develop pyroelectric detectors with carbon nanotubes (08:02, January 28)



  • Life

  • Chinese film festival held in Nepal (14:32, January 28)
  • Paintings of Da Vinci, Michelangelo to be shown in Beijing for Spring Festival (09:37, January 28)



  • Photo

    Federer out of Australian final

    Fourth seed Russia's Marat Safin in action, against top seed Switzerland's Roger Federer at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne January 28, 2005. Safin won the match 5-7 6-4 5-7 7-6 9-7 to advance to the final.

    National treasures on display in Beijing

    Bronze chimes dating back to ancient China's Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 B.C.) in Beijing, Jan. 27, 2005. An exhibition will be held in the National Museum of China in Beijing from Feb. 1 to March 31 to display 90 national treasures which were exhibited in France during the Culture Year of China last year.

    China holds painting exhibition in Syria

    Chinese Ambassador to Syria Zhou Xiuhua (L1), Syrian Deputy Cultural Minister Riyad (L2) and Chinese painter Dong Chensheng (R1) participate in the ribbon-cut ceremony of the painting exhibition of Dong Chensheng in Syria's capital Damascus, Jan. 26, 2005. Over 30 Chinese paintings with contents covering Chinese ethnical minority, Chinese opera figures, landscape and animals were shown to public here on Wednesday and will be on display till Jan. 31, 2005.

    Abbas meets with US Middle East envoy

    President of the Palestinian National Authority Mahmoud Abbas (R) meets with United States Middle East envoy William Burns in the West Bank city of Ramallah Jan. 27, 2005.

    Vice President Zeng kicks off Peru visit

    Chinese Vice President Zeng Qinghong (3rd L, front) arrives in Lima, capital of Peru, Jan. 26, 2005. Zeng Qinghong arrived here Wednesday for an official visit at the invitation of his Peruvian counterpart David Waisman.

    Airlines ready for charter flights

    Flight crew of Air China rehearse a performance for their first charter flights to southeast China's Taiwan Province, in Beijing, Jan. 27, 2005. Air China is among the six Chinese mainland airline companies designated to participate in non-stop charter flights across the Taiwan Straits during the upcoming Chinese lunar New Year holidays.

    World Economic Forum opens in Davos

    Former US President Bill Clinton, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, South African President Thabo Mbeki, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, British Musician Bono and Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo (L-R) pose before attending the session on Africa of the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 27, 2005. The forum, scheduled from Jan. 26 to 30, attracted more than 2,000 political and business leaders from all over the world for discussions on global problems and opportunities.

    Released Chinese return to hometown

    Released Chinese citizen Chen Qin'ai (L) arrives at his home under the escort of local cadres in Pingtan Couty of southeast China's Fujian Province, Jan. 27, 2005. The eight Chinese citizens who had been kidnapped in Iraq reached their hometown of Pingtan County early on Thursday.

    Gathering marks 60th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

    French President Jacques Chirac (L), Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) and Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski present at a ceremony in Birkenau January 27, 2005. World leaders and elderly survivors of the Nazi death camp Auschwitz gathered in Poland on Thursday to mark the 60th anniversary of its liberation by Soviet troops and remember the victims of the Holocaust.


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