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News Archive --- Date:20060302


China

  • Chinese, German PMs discuss Iran nuclear (20:46, March 02, 2006)
  • Chinese vice president praises Russia's condemnation of Chen Shui-bian (20:50, March 02, 2006)
  • Chinese premier warns of dangerous move by Taiwan authorities (20:49, March 02, 2006)
  • Hu Jintao's remark cast far-reaching impacts on cross-straits relations: Lin (20:48, March 02, 2006)
  • China sends police dogs to join UN landmine clearance mission in Lebanon (20:48, March 02, 2006)
  • China targets commercial bribery (20:47, March 02, 2006)
  • China hopes international community regains trust in Iran: FM spokesman (20:47, March 02, 2006)
  • CPC leadership attaches great importance to CPPCC: spokesman (19:52, March 02, 2006)
  • CPPCC leader meets HK businessman, space scientists (19:51, March 02, 2006)
  • China, Senegal to cement military ties, says Chinese defense minister (19:50, March 02, 2006)
  • China hopes peaceful use of nuclear energy conducive to NPT mechanism (19:50, March 02, 2006)
  • China stations 24,000 police on school campuses over past three months (19:49, March 02, 2006)
  • China, Singapore cooperate on digital movie distribution (19:48, March 02, 2006)
  • Vice Premier Huang Ju recovering from illness: spokesman (17:41, March 02, 2006)
  • China's political advisory body supports gov't stance on Taiwan issue (17:39, March 02, 2006)
  • China's top advisory body fulfills bounden mission (17:39, March 02, 2006)
  • Nearly 15,000 police patrol Beijing streets as annual parliament session nears (17:39, March 02, 2006)
  • China, Japan to discuss East China Sea issue next Monday (19:49, March 02, 2006)
  • China suffers fewer fires during Spring Festival (15:07, March 02, 2006)
  • Chinese envoy meets UN leaders over Chen Shui-bian's secessionist move (15:00, March 02, 2006)
  • Backgrounder: Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (12:36, March 02, 2006)
  • Malian gov't denounces Chen Shui-bian's move to split Taiwan from China (11:09, March 02, 2006)
  • Kazakh president hopes to forge closer ties with China (11:08, March 02, 2006)
  • EU: Taiwan leader's secessionist move not helpful to maintaining cross-strait stability (11:08, March 02, 2006)
  • Your quick guide to how NPC, CPPCC function  (12:31, March 02, 2006)
  • Trains are a cheaper way to see Tibet (08:51, March 02, 2006)
  • Party affairs to be more transparent (08:48, March 02, 2006)
  • Officials told to step up inoculation drive (08:53, March 02, 2006)
  • "Ocean reservoir" to tackle water shortage (09:04, March 02, 2006)
  • Debate on corporate tax law fast-tracked (08:59, March 02, 2006)
  • Chen's separatist policies widely condemned (08:49, March 02, 2006)
  • 200b yuan earmarked for transport improvement (08:41, March 02, 2006)
  • Bulgaria reaffirms "One China" policy (08:16, March 02, 2006)
  • CPC calls for stronger performance of CPPCC (08:47, March 02, 2006)
  • China calls for commercial credibility (08:37, March 02, 2006)
  • Nepal holds reception for Chinese medical team (08:47, March 02, 2006)
  • Laos says Chen Shui-bian' move leads to cross-Straits tension (08:07, March 02, 2006)
  • Philippine House Speaker voices opposition to Chen's "dangerous move" (08:48, March 02, 2006)
  • China's advisory body adopts decision on study of CPC proposal (08:48, March 02, 2006)
  • Russia says Chen Shui-bian's move not helpful to regional peace, stability (08:48, March 02, 2006)
  • HK Executive Council approves surveillance bill (08:24, March 02, 2006)
  • Reception honors China-Latin America friendship (08:48, March 02, 2006)
  • Overseas Chinese denounce Taiwan leader's scrapping of unification body (08:02, March 02, 2006)
  • China to step up anti-money laundering (08:29, March 02, 2006)
  • Chinese "comfort woman" to serve as witness at Japanese court (08:14, March 02, 2006)
  • HK passes bill to exempt offshore funds from profits tax (08:25, March 02, 2006)
  • Hong Kong, Thailand customs decide to strengthen cooperation (08:48, March 02, 2006)
  • Niger re-stresses opposition to "Taiwan independence" (08:05, March 02, 2006)
  • Senior Greek official strongly condemns Chen for "provocative action" (08:14, March 02, 2006)
  • Chinese journalists, scholars to start cultural expedition to Arabian countries (08:12, March 02, 2006)
  • Hong Kong LegCo to discuss election bill (08:11, March 02, 2006)
  • Chinese prison guards to be trained more competent for posts (08:09, March 02, 2006)
  • Zeng Qinghong advocates drive to keep Party's advanced nature (08:49, March 02, 2006)
  • Chinese mainland's Non-Communist parties excoriate Taiwan's Chen Shui-bian (08:01, March 02, 2006)
  • New FM commissioner meets HKSAR chief executive (07:55, March 02, 2006)
  • Financial ties between London and HK strengthened: official (07:53, March 02, 2006)



  • Business

  • Germany's retail sales see record increase (20:13, March 02, 2006)
  • Retailers urged to develop own name brands to enhance control over market (20:09, March 02, 2006)
  • Panama-Singapore FTA to lead to closer economic cooperation (20:09, March 02, 2006)
  • China, Australia to hold fifth round of free trade negotiations (20:09, March 02, 2006)
  • China's ship exports reach $4.7 bln in 2005 (20:08, March 02, 2006)
  • HK launches RMB settlement system for expanded renminbi business (20:07, March 02, 2006)
  • Australia welcomes completion of market access negotiations with Vietnam (20:06, March 02, 2006)
  • Vietnam, Australia end WTO negotiation (20:06, March 02, 2006)
  • Nissan plans to invest $40 mln in Indonesia by 2008 (20:04, March 02, 2006)
  • Thailand halts free-trade talks with US (20:03, March 02, 2006)
  • European Central Bank expected to raise interest rates (17:13, March 02, 2006)
  • Tourist arrivals in Nepal via air up 13 pct in February (16:59, March 02, 2006)
  • China approves 40 overseas insurers (17:00, March 02, 2006)
  • Tobacco production up in Zambia (16:48, March 02, 2006)
  • Roadmap for a good beginning in 2006: Ma Kai  (16:51, March 02, 2006)
  • Sony Ericsson launches spring offensive (16:52, March 02, 2006)
  • Economist: China's imports to reach $4 trillion in next five years (17:26, March 02, 2006)
  • Google CFO's warning triggers share price slump  (16:42, March 02, 2006)
  • Great Wall Motor exports pickups to Cuba (16:50, March 02, 2006)
  • China maintains minimum purchasing price for main crops (16:27, March 02, 2006)
  • Bio-ethanol gasoline accounts for 20 pct of China's overall gasoline consumption (16:26, March 02, 2006)
  • 15 bln yuan poured in for building Shanghai air traffic hub (16:25, March 02, 2006)
  • Mercedes-Benz recalls 23,000 sedans in China (16:24, March 02, 2006)
  • Volkswagen Polo Bluemotion to hit market (16:40, March 02, 2006)
  • Indonesia to determine operator of Cepu oilfield (15:04, March 02, 2006)
  • Vietnam to lower exports to Asia this year (15:04, March 02, 2006)
  • Peasants in Myanmar urged to speed up farm development (13:09, March 02, 2006)
  • Chile mulls over FTAs with Thailand, Malaysia (10:11, March 02, 2006)
  • South Korea's mobile phone maker shifts to China (08:33, March 02, 2006)
  • Shanghai bourse may trade steel futures (08:34, March 02, 2006)
  • PCI deal fails after approval denied (08:35, March 02, 2006)
  • Multinationals' Performance in China  (08:37, March 02, 2006)
  • Mitsubishi to snatch up stake in Southeast Motor (08:38, March 02, 2006)
  • Luxury rental market set to boom (08:39, March 02, 2006)
  • Isuzu allowed to raise stake in engine venture (08:40, March 02, 2006)
  • Hot housing market may cool off (08:41, March 02, 2006)
  • CLSA's manufacturing index rises for 3rd month in February (08:41, March 02, 2006)
  • Bank of China shelves sale, plans IPO (08:43, March 02, 2006)
  • Automakers considering four-party partnership (08:43, March 02, 2006)
  • EU announces fund to support workers affected by globalization (08:09, March 02, 2006)
  • U.S. stocks rally over strong consumer spending (08:10, March 02, 2006)
  • Oil prices rise to 62 dollars in spite of growing stockpiles (08:11, March 02, 2006)
  • Italy's economy sees zero growth in 2005 (08:12, March 02, 2006)
  • World investment firm Lazard opens office in Beijing (08:13, March 02, 2006)
  • Hong Kong government not intend to ban live-poultry industry (08:14, March 02, 2006)
  • China helps resettlers of Three Gorges project get rich by offering agrotechniques (08:15, March 02, 2006)
  • Bill passed to exempt offshore funds from profits tax in HK (08:16, March 02, 2006)
  • Over 2 mln visitors arrive in Hong Kong in January (08:16, March 02, 2006)
  • China to promote sales of agricultural products (08:17, March 02, 2006)
  • China to develop more domestic equipments for shipbuilding (08:18, March 02, 2006)
  • Zimbabwe's Jewel Bank gets 10 million dollar Affrexibank loan (08:18, March 02, 2006)
  • Sweden says preliminary test finds BSE in dead cow (08:18, March 02, 2006)
  • Kenya's inflation rises to 18.9 percent in February (08:17, March 02, 2006)
  • U.S. consumer spending rises 0.9 percent in January (08:16, March 02, 2006)
  • U.S. home prices up 12.95 percent in final quarter of 2005 (08:13, March 02, 2006)
  • Putin calls for global energy security system (08:12, March 02, 2006)
  • French Vivendi Universal reports 55 percent rise in 2005 net profit (08:12, March 02, 2006)
  • EU calls for Germany to lower public deficit (08:11, March 02, 2006)
  • Singapore announces projects to boost furniture industry (08:10, March 02, 2006)
  • Oil pipeline blown up in Nigeria, but said to be unlinked with militants (08:10, March 02, 2006)
  • Thailand's inflation in February up 5.6 percent year- on-year  (08:09, March 02, 2006)
  • China desperately needs more coal mining professionals (08:08, March 02, 2006)
  • Young people change jobs every one and half years in Shanghai: report (08:07, March 02, 2006)
  • East Africa to harmonize national park admission fees (08:06, March 02, 2006)
  • On-line buyers to reach 30 percent of total in 5 years, HK's survey (08:06, March 02, 2006)
  • China to shore up modern logistics in rural areas (08:05, March 02, 2006)
  • China to make capital account convertible in near future: official (08:05, March 02, 2006)
  • Yuan rises to new high against U.S. dollar (08:04, March 02, 2006)



  • World

  • Gunmen attack convoy of Sunni leader in western Baghdad (20:05, March 02, 2006)
  • India, US seal civil nuclear deal (19:59, March 02, 2006)
  • Hamas says no information about al-Qaida in territories (19:58, March 02, 2006)
  • Philippine military admits receiving money from Estrada-related fund (19:58, March 02, 2006)
  • India, US discuss terrorism, trade, science (19:59, March 02, 2006)
  • Former Iran's negotiator calls for actual nuclear activities (19:57, March 02, 2006)
  • US presses Abbas not to transfer police control to Hamas (19:57, March 02, 2006)
  • France probing whether Paris airport used by CIA to transport terror suspects (19:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Pro-Thaksin rally on Friday not to counter opposition rally (19:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Philippine Senate president ousted as Liberal Party leader (19:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Syria to host Arab parties general conference (19:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Cambodia amends electoral rule, paving way for government forming (17:22, March 02, 2006)
  • Iran says to meet EU on nuclear issue (17:21, March 02, 2006)
  • Iran says to hold talks with EU on nuclear program (17:21, March 02, 2006)
  • World leaders hail Ugandan president's re-election (17:20, March 02, 2006)
  • US confident of Arroyo administration: official (17:19, March 02, 2006)
  • US diplomat, three others killed in Karachi blasts (16:37, March 02, 2006)
  • Three killed in bomb blast in Baghdad market (16:35, March 02, 2006)
  • India, US sign civil nuclear cooperation pact (16:15, March 02, 2006)
  • Iran says no date set for next round of talks with Russia (16:12, March 02, 2006)
  • Roundup: U.S. mining giant faces nationwide protests in Indonesia  (16:12, March 02, 2006)
  • S.Korean president conducts minor Cabinet shakeup (17:22, March 02, 2006)
  • Clash leaves 1 soldier dead, injures 2 in S. Afghanistan (16:11, March 02, 2006)
  • Arrested Islamist extremist leader being brought to capital (15:03, March 02, 2006)
  • Kenyan gov't shuts down major newspaper, TV station (15:02, March 02, 2006)
  • Two confirmed killed, over 30 injured in blast in southern Pakistan (15:02, March 02, 2006)
  • EU, US extend sanctions on Zimbabwe (15:02, March 02, 2006)
  • At least three killed, 37 injured in blast in southern Pakistan (15:02, March 02, 2006)
  • Philippine security situation improving: officials (13:57, March 02, 2006)
  • Thai PM urges public to mail in support (13:58, March 02, 2006)
  • 7 injured in blast in southern Pakistan (13:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Cambodia slashes retirement age for low-ranking soldiers  (13:07, March 02, 2006)
  • Hundreds flee wildfires in south-central US Oklahoma (13:07, March 02, 2006)
  • Bangladeshi Islamist extremist leader Shaikh Rahman surrenders (13:58, March 02, 2006)
  • Spanish PM seeks dialogue with Basque separatists (11:16, March 02, 2006)
  • EU: Taiwan leader's secessionist move not helpful to maintaining cross-strait stability (10:58, March 02, 2006)
  • Cuba accuses U.S. of blocking approval of new UN human rights body (10:55, March 02, 2006)
  • Inter-Korean general-level military talks start (10:35, March 02, 2006)
  • Bush says bin Laden will be found, 'brought to justice' (09:28, March 02, 2006)
  • Bush makes surprise Kabul stop (09:17, March 02, 2006)
  • Saddam admits 'razing' farms (09:18, March 02, 2006)
  • German politicians accuse US of smear over Iraq spy claims (09:21, March 02, 2006)
  • Three charged in world's largest peacetime robbery in UK (09:00, March 02, 2006)
  • Sudan protests against UN leakage of documents on accused high- ranking officials (08:57, March 02, 2006)
  • US federal judge rejects New Jersey lawsuit against ports deal (08:56, March 02, 2006)
  • U.S. Senate moves closer to renew anti-terror law (08:55, March 02, 2006)
  • Kadima party losing seats as Israeli election impending: poll (08:54, March 02, 2006)
  • UN announces Annan's candidates for new environment chief (08:52, March 02, 2006)
  • Rice to visit Chile, Peru, Indonesia, Australia (08:52, March 02, 2006)
  • Kosovo ruling party replaces parliament speaker (08:47, March 02, 2006)
  • Roundup: Khartoum struggles to foil UN takeover of African peacekeeping mission in Darfur (08:46, March 02, 2006)
  • U.S. says no indication shows Iran has accepted Russia's proposal (08:45, March 02, 2006)
  • Russia, Iran end talks with no breakthrough over uranium enrichment (08:44, March 02, 2006)
  • UNDP pledges to further strengthen assistance to Ethiopia (08:43, March 02, 2006)
  • Mubarak advises U.S. not to attack Iran: reports (08:41, March 02, 2006)
  • U.S. denounces killing of Kazakh opposition leader (08:39, March 02, 2006)
  • Kosovo premier steps down under pressure (08:37, March 02, 2006)
  • Writethru: Six foreign oil hostages released in southern Nigeria (07:57, March 02, 2006)
  • Jordan says it foils al-Qaida-linked suicide attack (08:27, March 02, 2006)
  • Israel forces Turkish plane to land after deviating from flight plan (08:26, March 02, 2006)
  • Writethru: US hostage released in Nigeria's oil-rich south (07:57, March 02, 2006)
  • South Africans cast ballots in local elections (08:25, March 02, 2006)
  • Sudan seeking African support against UN peacekeepers in Darfur (08:24, March 02, 2006)
  • Russia-Iran talks end with no breakthrough (07:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Three major opposition form alliance ahead of polls in Zambia (08:22, March 02, 2006)
  • Saddam admits razing orchards of convicts (07:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Afghan prison riot ends peacefully (07:55, March 02, 2006)
  • Four in 10 detainees in Belgium are immigrants (07:55, March 02, 2006)
  • Greece welcomes Annan-Papadopoulos statement (07:54, March 02, 2006)
  • Roundup: Efforts to arrest Bangladeshi Islamist militant group chief still going on (07:54, March 02, 2006)
  • Over 40 militants killed in Pakistan (07:54, March 02, 2006)
  • Pets to be kept indoors in German bird flu areas (07:53, March 02, 2006)
  • Canada customs screening visitors for bird flu (07:53, March 02, 2006)
  • US President Bush arrives in India (07:53, March 02, 2006)
  • Many U.S. veterans returning from Iraq report mental distress (07:52, March 02, 2006)
  • Iran says wants political solution to nuclear issue (07:51, March 02, 2006)
  • Second case of bird flu detected in Switzerland (07:51, March 02, 2006)
  • Turkey expects energy cooperation with Ukraine (07:50, March 02, 2006)
  • Filipino killed by unexploded shell of U.S.-Philippine military exercise (07:50, March 02, 2006)
  • Malaysian PM urges for end of violence in Iraq (07:50, March 02, 2006)
  • Finland's incumbent president sworn in for second term (07:49, March 02, 2006)
  • U.S. negotiates its 3rd military base with Bulgaria (07:49, March 02, 2006)
  • US commitment towards Afghanistan is firm: Bush (07:49, March 02, 2006)
  • Hunt on for Bin Laden: US president (07:49, March 02, 2006)
  • Thai PM Thaksin reaffirms he won't quit (07:48, March 02, 2006)
  • S.African local elections held in tension (07:41, March 02, 2006)
  • Myanmar, Indonesia to enhance bilateral cooperation (07:41, March 02, 2006)
  • Bush strongly opposes to Iran's nuclear program (07:40, March 02, 2006)
  • Iranian President starts visit to Malaysia (07:39, March 02, 2006)
  • Thailand to help investigate terrorism funding networks (07:39, March 02, 2006)
  • India welcomes talks between Sri Lankan Gov't and LTTE (07:38, March 02, 2006)
  • Protests underway against Bush's visit to India (07:38, March 02, 2006)
  • Iraqi PM satisfied with outcome of visit to Turkey (07:37, March 02, 2006)



  • Opinion

  • When China changes the world (17:20, March 02, 2006)
  • What has Chen Shui-bian abolished? (17:02, March 02, 2006)
  • Put the question of China-US trade imbalance in perspective (14:12, March 02, 2006)
  • Paper calls for creating a new situation for CPPCC's performance (13:13, March 02, 2006)



  • Sports

  • Hewitt sure to play Davis Cup tie (17:46, March 02, 2006)
  • Brazil needs to watch its step in World Cup travel, says Pele (17:45, March 02, 2006)
  • Casey confirms TCL Classic defence (16:06, March 02, 2006)
  • Colombia, Venezuela to play soccer friendly (14:24, March 02, 2006)
  • The Eighth Central American games start Friday (14:22, March 02, 2006)
  • Eriksson praises Cole performance (14:21, March 02, 2006)
  • Owners to meet before start of free agency (14:13, March 02, 2006)
  • South American Swimming Federation appoints new chair (14:12, March 02, 2006)
  • NFL labor talks break off (14:11, March 02, 2006)
  • Zambian soccer team invited to Four Nations Cup (14:09, March 02, 2006)
  • Indonesians relishing moment in spotlight (14:01, March 02, 2006)
  • Wi aiming to stay on top in Jakarta (14:02, March 02, 2006)
  • Ballack denies he has signed for Chelsea (08:33, March 02, 2006)
  • Sampras returns to play team tennis (08:32, March 02, 2006)
  • Title is Alonso's leaving gift (08:31, March 02, 2006)
  • Food for thought for Lehman over Ryder Cup captaincy role (08:31, March 02, 2006)
  • Torino points way to even "greener" Olympic games: UNEP (08:29, March 02, 2006)
  • Neville: League Cup win herald start of new era (08:28, March 02, 2006)
  • Driving Chinese golf forward (08:24, March 02, 2006)
  • Volvo China Open prepares for nostalgic return to Beijing (08:23, March 02, 2006)
  • Filipino-American boxing champion wishes for peace in home country (08:22, March 02, 2006)
  • Syria blank Chinese Taipei 4-0 in Asian Cup qualifier (08:21, March 02, 2006)
  • Hong Kong beat Bangladesh 1-0 in Asian Cup qualifier (08:20, March 02, 2006)
  • Yemen beat India 3-0 in Asian Cup qualifier (08:19, March 02, 2006)
  • Iraq beat China 2-1 in Asian Cup qualifier (08:18, March 02, 2006)
  • Italian striker Vieri out of Germany friendly (08:17, March 02, 2006)
  • Blatter not excludes later date for naming World Cup squads (08:15, March 02, 2006)
  • Blatter defends drink rules in World Cup stadiums (08:13, March 02, 2006)
  • Top European teams to compete in Stakovic Cup (08:12, March 02, 2006)
  • Zanzibar ineligible for FIFA full membership: official (08:10, March 02, 2006)
  • Young Africans leave for Champions League tie (08:06, March 02, 2006)
  • Uganda's school teams leave for regional meet (07:58, March 02, 2006)
  • Uganda name chef de mission for Commonwealth Games (07:57, March 02, 2006)
  • Kuwait, Bahrain play scoreless game in Asian Cup qualifying match (07:56, March 02, 2006)
  • England came back to beat Uruguay 2-1 in friendly (07:55, March 02, 2006)
  • Report: Indian weightlifter fails doping test (07:54, March 02, 2006)



  • Science & Technology

  • China succeeds in first infant heart transplant (15:57, March 02, 2006)
  • France names first inspector of national education of Chinese language (15:06, March 02, 2006)
  • .Mil added under top-level domain name CN (14:59, March 02, 2006)
  • Canadian company designs multilingual medical receptionist (10:12, March 02, 2006)
  • "Enjoy every moment of flying" -- US moon landing astronaut Eugene Cerman (08:20, March 02, 2006)
  • China's first self-designed regional aircraft to make maiden flight in 2008 (08:22, March 02, 2006)
  • Singapore launches Chinese Language and Culture Fund (08:23, March 02, 2006)



  • Life

  • S. Africa reports no rise in HIV prevalence (20:20, March 02, 2006)
  • Hong Kong Disneyland makes ticket adjustment (20:17, March 02, 2006)
  • South Africa hit by blood shortage (20:16, March 02, 2006)
  • China's largest ebony museum to open in SW China province (20:16, March 02, 2006)
  • Uganda to launch awareness campaign on bird flu  (20:16, March 02, 2006)
  • Indonesian fashion industry rejects pornography bill (20:02, March 02, 2006)
  • There are possibilities of bird flu outbreaks in Spring: official (20:01, March 02, 2006)
  • First case of H5 bird flu found in Serbia (20:01, March 02, 2006)
  • Chinese surname history: He (16:15, March 02, 2006)
  • "Mini Forbidden City" to take on a new look (15:55, March 02, 2006)
  • China suffers fewer fires during Spring Festival (15:04, March 02, 2006)
  • Cambodia's street sex workers blamed poverty, low education (15:04, March 02, 2006)
  • Shaolin Temple sends "invitation cards" overseas (15:00, March 02, 2006)
  • Two siblings die of suspected bird flu in Indonesia (14:37, March 02, 2006)
  • Cholera outbreak kills 14 in eastern DR Congo (14:38, March 02, 2006)
  • Three more cases of bird flu reported in east Romania (14:47, March 02, 2006)
  • Network built to monitor migrant birds in E. China province (14:36, March 02, 2006)
  • More dead birds test positive for bird flu in Hungary (14:48, March 02, 2006)
  • Canadian company designs multilingual medical receptionist (14:36, March 02, 2006)
  • Nearly 200 people die in carnival celebrations in Latin American nations (11:05, March 02, 2006)
  • Urban Chinese women set out priorities (08:53, March 02, 2006)
  • Russian comedy to enthral Chinese audiences (09:04, March 02, 2006)
  • New furniture trends accommodate multimedia (08:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Haute couture shows pass test with help of stars (09:11, March 02, 2006)
  • Female buyers call for consumer friendliness and honesty (08:53, March 02, 2006)
  • China to host vibrant Ibsen year (09:10, March 02, 2006)
  • Stolen monument returns home after one century (08:56, March 02, 2006)
  • Smoking bans raise fear in cigar industry (08:57, March 02, 2006)
  • Schools crack down on teen website MySpace (08:58, March 02, 2006)
  • Rouge consultant removes wombs of 129 women (08:52, March 02, 2006)
  • Oscars turn fresh faces into superstars (08:59, March 02, 2006)
  • Once slim Japanese men getting big on girdles (09:00, March 02, 2006)
  • Network built to monitor migrant birds (09:02, March 02, 2006)
  • Half of Europe fat, but see no threat to health (09:03, March 02, 2006)
  • Gruesome cannibal tale set for silver screen debut (09:04, March 02, 2006)
  • Gang gets 554 years hard labour (09:06, March 02, 2006)
  • 'Forbidden garden' to be renovated and accessible (09:01, March 02, 2006)
  • Panjiayuan offers treasure trove for antique lovers (09:06, March 02, 2006)
  • For men with ED, it's mainly partners helping them deal with it (09:08, March 02, 2006)
  • Cartoon festival launches Monkey King Awards (08:50, March 02, 2006)
  • EU veterinarian experts say cat with bird flu poses no threat to humans (08:26, March 02, 2006)
  • Canada quarantines 8 farms on bird flu fears (08:24, March 02, 2006)
  • Switzerland confirms first case of H5N1 avian flu (08:23, March 02, 2006)
  • China to step up AIDS intervention in high-risk groups (08:22, March 02, 2006)
  • Hong Kong government not intend to ban live-poultry industry (08:17, March 02, 2006)
  • Hong Kong university calls to ban corporal punishment (08:14, March 02, 2006)
  • International film festival begins in Bangladesh (08:13, March 02, 2006)
  • Snowy Bulgaria marks Spring Day (08:12, March 02, 2006)
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    Press conference of CPPCC

    Wu Jianmin, spokesman of the news conference on the Fourth Session of the 10th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) addresses the media at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 2, 2006. The Fourth Session of the 10th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) will begin on March 3 at the Great Hall of the People, while the Fourth Session of the 10th National People's Congress will start on March 5.

    Zhang Ziyi in evening dresses

    Zhang Ziyi, the girl who first left audience impression in the movie "the Road Home", has grown to be an international star. Her costumes are always people's focal point.

    The 76th Geneva Auto Show

    A Nissan Pivo electric car is on display at the 76th Geneva Auto Show in Geneva, Switzerland, Feb. 28, 2006. Over 200 manufacturers from more than 30 countries and regions displayed some 900 cars at the auto show, which will be open to the public on March 2.

    Chinese film festival to open in Paris

    Deanna Gao (F), president of the Chinese Film Festival, speaks at a news conference held by the organizing committee of festival in Paris, capital of France, Feb. 28, 2006. The week-long Chinese Film Festival will start in Paris on March 1 and 16 Chinese films will be screened during the festival.

    HK trade union protests against Chen

    Protesters hold placards during a rally outside the Chung Hwa Travel Service, a Taiwan representative organisation, in Hong Kong February 28,2006, to protest against Taiwan leader Chen Shui-bian's decision to abolish the island's national unification council and its guidelines. Chen announced the decision to terminate the "national unification council" and the "national unification guidelines" after a one-hour meeting with Taiwan's top security agency, the "national security council." The protesters criticized Chen for betraying his 2000 pledge and endangering cross-Straits ties. (newsphoto)

    Bush arrives in India seeking nuclear deal

    U.S. President George W. Bush(L) and his wife Laura(2nd,L) are welcomed by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (R) as Bush and his wife Laura arrived at New Delhi airport March 1, 2006.

    Carnival at stock exchange

    A trader dressed as an elephant celebrates the traditional carnival at Frankfurt's stock exchange Feb. 28. The annual six-day carnival, which peaks on Rose Monday when millions of people watch processions in major cities, is famous for its tradition of crude political satire and beer-guzzling crowds.

    At least 20 killed as violence continues in Iraq

    The death toll from a car bombing in eastern Baghdad on Wednesday has risen to 20, with about 40 others wounded, a police source said.

    CPPCC members arrive in Beijing

    Members of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, China's top advisory body, arrive at the Capital International Airport in Beijing March 1, 2006. The advisors are here to attend the annual CPPCC session scheduled to convene Friday.


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