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News Archive --- Date:20060608


China

  • China to inspect enforcement of laws on judges, procurators (20:49, June 08, 2006)
  • China welcomes agreement on Darfur, says FM spokesman (20:50, June 08, 2006)
  • Chinese vice premier urges consultations amid Sino-EU trade disputes (20:26, June 08, 2006)
  • China appreciates Pakistan's important efforts in int'l anti-terrorism fight (20:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Chinese FM meets Iran's deputy FM on nuclear issue (20:49, June 08, 2006)
  • Chinese FM spokesman criticizes Japanese challenge to war trial (20:20, June 08, 2006)
  • President Hu to attend CICA summit (20:22, June 08, 2006)
  • China calls for positive response to new proposals on Iran nuclear issue (20:19, June 08, 2006)
  • Chines premier to visit African countries (20:18, June 08, 2006)
  • China establishes legal aid fund for senior citizens (20:18, June 08, 2006)
  • Afghan president to visit China (20:17, June 08, 2006)
  • Bush underscores constructive cooperative ties with China, FM spokesman (20:17, June 08, 2006)
  • Kazakh president hails relations, cooperation with China (20:17, June 08, 2006)
  • Europe must have confidence to welcome China's resurgence: Mandelson (16:42, June 08, 2006)
  • China confirms presidents of all SCO members will attend Shanghai summit (17:13, June 08, 2006)
  • China, U.S. hold defense consultations on closer ties (20:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Chinese ambassador calls for int'l cooperation for bird flu prevention (11:32, June 08, 2006)
  • AIDS to cause China's huge economic losses in coming five years (09:46, June 08, 2006)
  • China reports new bird flu case (08:40, June 08, 2006)
  • Quake survivors get helping hand from Chinese medical team (08:32, June 08, 2006)
  • China's Minister of Commerce holds talks with EU Trade Commissioner (08:27, June 08, 2006)
  • China, EU agree to maintain close communication on Iran nuclear issue (08:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Kyrgyz leader satisfied with ties, cooperation with China (08:18, June 08, 2006)
  • SFC Chairman: HK has great potential for asset management business (08:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Interview: Macao polishes image of city of culture (08:08, June 08, 2006)
  • CAAC signs memorandum of understanding with Rolls Royce on staff training (08:06, June 08, 2006)
  • KMT seeks Chen Shui-bian's recall (14:59, June 08, 2006)
  • Cabinet OKs draft anti-monopoly law (14:59, June 08, 2006)
  • 55 dead as storms continue in China (14:58, June 08, 2006)
  • Public trial begins for owner of flooded mine (09:23, June 08, 2006)



  • Business

  • More gas found in Kuwait (20:58, June 08, 2006)
  • Indian shares crash for fourth successive day (20:39, June 08, 2006)
  • European Central Bank delivers rate hike (20:39, June 08, 2006)
  • China fulfills WTO commitments in securities industry: Official (20:38, June 08, 2006)
  • Investors advised to invest in spread of asset classes (16:57, June 08, 2006)
  • China to relax exchange rules for Chinese businesses investing aboard (16:57, June 08, 2006)
  • Zambia to lease depot in Tanzanian port city of Dar es Salaam (16:58, June 08, 2006)
  • Tanzania announces total ban on poultry imports (16:50, June 08, 2006)
  • Beijing markets and foreign brands agree to fight fakes (16:51, June 08, 2006)
  • China still in talks with foreign bidders for its new nuclear plants (16:52, June 08, 2006)
  • China to build first nuclear power plant in northeast region (20:38, June 08, 2006)
  • Uganda in high hopes for oil production (16:53, June 08, 2006)
  • Nikkei dives below 15,000 for 1st time in 6 months (16:53, June 08, 2006)
  • China's goal to increase nuclear power challenging, vice chairman of NDRC (16:54, June 08, 2006)
  • Japan offers aid to China for training, environment scheme (16:54, June 08, 2006)
  • China's SOE managers face clean-up of business expenses (16:55, June 08, 2006)
  • Exports & Imports of cars more than double in the first four months (16:32, June 08, 2006)
  • Chinese medicine export exceed US$300 mln in first four months (16:31, June 08, 2006)
  • High oil prices slow economy: Greenspan (16:29, June 08, 2006)
  • Vietnam garment, agriculture firms to face big WTO challenges (14:26, June 08, 2006)
  • Vietnam-US venture to build most modern garment complex (14:26, June 08, 2006)
  • Vietnam regards Africa as potential export market (14:27, June 08, 2006)
  • Malaysia opens new tourism info hotline (14:27, June 08, 2006)
  • Airbus A320 family aircraft to be assembled in China's Tianjin (21:06, June 08, 2006)
  • Macao sees rise in number of industrial accidents in 2005 (14:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Automobile sales in Vietnam down in first 5 months (14:29, June 08, 2006)
  • China's total power installed capacity reaches 531 mln kw (11:17, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. economy worries CFOs: study (11:16, June 08, 2006)
  • EU may ease anti-dumping sanction against Chinese shoemakers (11:16, June 08, 2006)
  • Chile posts record trade surplus of 2.3 bln dlrs in May (11:15, June 08, 2006)
  • Malaysian tourism sector benefits from Bollywood (11:15, June 08, 2006)
  • Nikkei dives below 15,000 for 1st time in six months (11:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Austria confiscates illegal cigarette factory for first time (11:14, June 08, 2006)
  • EU to boost energy cooperation with OPEC (09:50, June 08, 2006)
  • Kuwait, Saudi Arabia to conduct seismic survey in gas-rich Durra field (09:23, June 08, 2006)
  • Nigeria to review agreements with major oil companies (08:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Nigeria's foreign reserves hit all-time high (08:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Finnish mobile phone call fees lowest in Europe (08:29, June 08, 2006)
  • Economy cars popular in China's booming auto market (08:30, June 08, 2006)
  • Tianjin to become north China's growth locomotive (08:31, June 08, 2006)
  • Singapore Exchange amends listing rules (08:31, June 08, 2006)
  • Iraq int'l fair opens in Turkey (08:32, June 08, 2006)
  • ASEAN trade officials call for more cooperation with Pan Pearl River Delta (08:33, June 08, 2006)
  • CNOOC launches oil exploration cooperation with British Gas (08:52, June 08, 2006)
  • China to invest 17.5 bln yuan in rural road construction (08:42, June 08, 2006)
  • Spain trys to woo more Chinese tourists: embassy official (08:36, June 08, 2006)
  • Greenspan says high oil prices beginning to slow economy (08:37, June 08, 2006)
  • Acting CE: HK stock market buoyant (08:09, June 08, 2006)
  • No damage to Three Gorges dam, power plant after cofferdam removed (08:10, June 08, 2006)
  • China eases restriction on foreign investment of listed companies (08:12, June 08, 2006)
  • Poland extends gas contract with Norway (08:12, June 08, 2006)
  • China to reform agricultural technology promotion program (08:14, June 08, 2006)
  • HK's foreign currency reserve shrinks in May (08:15, June 08, 2006)
  • China, Denmark launch wind energy development program (08:16, June 08, 2006)
  • Oil prices plunge below 71 dollars (08:16, June 08, 2006)
  • Zimbabwe to face timber shortage: experts (08:17, June 08, 2006)
  • Nasscom projects 8.5 billion U.S. dollars from BPO exports (08:19, June 08, 2006)
  • SFC Chairman: HK has great potential to expand asset management business (08:20, June 08, 2006)
  • China's state council approves draft of anti-monopoly law (08:20, June 08, 2006)
  • China's developers to be more social responsible (08:21, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. consumer credit grows at 5.9 percent in April (08:22, June 08, 2006)
  • Summit focuses on Yangtze delta growth (09:21, June 08, 2006)
  • IPR protection strengthened, EU told (09:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Shougang gets Australian mine (09:20, June 08, 2006)
  • CMB goes for Hong Kong listing (09:19, June 08, 2006)
  • Gov't plans export tax rebate cuts (09:18, June 08, 2006)
  • Province will meet targets well before deadline (09:17, June 08, 2006)
  • Trade fair to promote local companies (09:16, June 08, 2006)
  • Ningbo aims to become leading world port (09:15, June 08, 2006)
  • Private sector in need of industrial upgrade (09:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Transport development boosts city integration (09:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Calls for united efforts to further develop region (09:13, June 08, 2006)



  • World

  • Bush calls killing of Zarqawi victory in anti-terror war (21:15, June 08, 2006)
  • Slain Zarqawi's picture released (21:13, June 08, 2006)
  • Zarqawi's death a severe blow for terrorism: Afghan President (21:13, June 08, 2006)
  • Australian leaders hail al-Zarqawi's death (21:06, June 08, 2006)
  • Bush hails death of al-Zarqawi (20:48, June 08, 2006)
  • Indonesia says only littoral states entitled to patrol Malacca Strait (20:47, June 08, 2006)
  • Kazakh president praises SCO as open, nonaligned organization (20:47, June 08, 2006)
  • Pakistan says al-Zarqawi's death a "significant development" (20:25, June 08, 2006)
  • Profile: Head of al-Qaida in Iraq Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (20:11, June 08, 2006)
  • Roundup: Iraqi PM declares Zarqawi dead, security ministers sworn in (21:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Blair says Zarqawi's death blow to al-Qaida (20:11, June 08, 2006)
  • Singapore not asked to send troops to Timor-Leste: PM (20:12, June 08, 2006)
  • Al-Qaida in Iraq confirms death of Zarqawi- Internet (20:10, June 08, 2006)
  • Japanese Emperor, Empress start state visit to Singapore (20:12, June 08, 2006)
  • Al-Zarqawi's elimination "a big achievement" in war on terror: Afghan government (20:10, June 08, 2006)
  • Senior Hamas lawmaker urges Palestinian factions to continue talks (20:12, June 08, 2006)
  • NATO defense ministers approve guidance for modern operations (20:12, June 08, 2006)
  • Iran ready to talk to end nuclear "misunderstandings": president (20:13, June 08, 2006)
  • Two Indian pilots eject as MiG-29 crashes (20:13, June 08, 2006)
  • Kazakh president stresses SCO role in fighting "three evil forces" (20:13, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. warship expected to visit Vietnam (20:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Laos elects new state president, PM, NA chairman (20:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Singapore, U.S. navies conduct missile, gun firing (20:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Indonesian military says no heightened tension in border areas (20:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Jordanian gov't denies helping kill Zarqawi (20:09, June 08, 2006)
  • List: Iraq's new government (20:07, June 08, 2006)
  • Thai supreme commander: security heightened for royal guests (20:07, June 08, 2006)
  • NATO defense chiefs discuss Afghanistan, rapid reaction force (20:07, June 08, 2006)
  • Timor-Leste parliament not to ask PM to resign (20:06, June 08, 2006)
  • Five policemen killed in bomb attack in Thai South (20:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Lebanese media watchdog says TV broke law by mocking Hizbollah chief (17:41, June 08, 2006)
  • Iraqi legislature approves security ministers (17:13, June 08, 2006)
  • Writethru: Most wanted insurgent Zarqawi killed in Iraq (17:40, June 08, 2006)
  • Bomb explosion injures foreign soldiers in S. Afghanistan (16:19, June 08, 2006)
  • Philippines beefs up security for Independence Day (16:18, June 08, 2006)
  • Most wanted insurgent al-Zarqawi killed  (16:44, June 08, 2006)
  • Four foreign soldiers injured in S. Afghanistan (16:13, June 08, 2006)
  • German military to protect World Cup from air or sea (16:12, June 08, 2006)
  • Four Iraqi security members killed in attacks northeast of Baghdad (16:09, June 08, 2006)
  • Australian FM: political solution needed in Timor-Leste (16:07, June 08, 2006)
  • No concessions being seen between Bangladeshi ruling and opposition parties  (16:05, June 08, 2006)
  • Zambian media urged to uphold professional ethics (16:04, June 08, 2006)
  • Indonesia Merapi volcano erupts (16:02, June 08, 2006)
  • Solomon Islands remains a post-conflict society: RAMSI (13:31, June 08, 2006)
  • DPRK agrees to reunite separated South Korean with family (13:20, June 08, 2006)
  • Writethru: Indonesia's Merapi volcano erupts (14:37, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. dismisses EU report on secret prisons as "rehash" (13:00, June 08, 2006)
  • Japanese government to approve Defense Agency upgrade bill (11:27, June 08, 2006)
  • Nepal to sweep king power to parliament (11:24, June 08, 2006)
  • Cote d'Ivoire's pro-government militia said to postpone planned disarmament (13:00, June 08, 2006)
  • Chilean president names students to education reform panel (11:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Suspicious bag removed at Wellington downtown (11:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Cash crunch forces Pinochet's family to rent out home (11:01, June 08, 2006)
  • Peruvians want Andean summit to speed up trade pact with EU: CAN chief (10:59, June 08, 2006)
  • At least 17 children wounded in shooting near Brazilian school (10:51, June 08, 2006)
  • Estonian parliament approves participation in NATO rapid reaction force (10:48, June 08, 2006)
  • Bush congratulates Alan Garcia on winning Peruvian presidential election (10:48, June 08, 2006)
  • Indonesia, Australia to strike security deal, report says (10:44, June 08, 2006)
  • S. Korea confirms crash of F-15K fighter jet (10:49, June 08, 2006)
  • Colombia's re-elected president appoints ministers, ambassadors (10:41, June 08, 2006)
  • Brazilian president calls Congress invasion "vandalism" (10:39, June 08, 2006)
  • Canada denies report of soldiers abducted in Afghanistan (10:49, June 08, 2006)
  • EU finance ministers back Slovenia's entry into eurozone (10:36, June 08, 2006)
  • Sri Lanka's rivalry sides arrive in Oslo for talks (11:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Dutch businessman found guilty of smuggling arms to Liberia (10:23, June 08, 2006)
  • Time not ripe for Ukrainian EU membership: Dutch PM (10:21, June 08, 2006)
  • EU fails to hammer out deal on VAT reform (10:18, June 08, 2006)
  • Lebanon's women want more parliament seats (10:13, June 08, 2006)
  • Lebanese politicians to resume national dialogue (10:10, June 08, 2006)
  • Three Palestinians killed in eastern Gaza (11:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Zambia to invites foreign observers to forthcoming elections (10:27, June 08, 2006)
  • UN, AU agree on UN takeover timetable of Darfur peacekeeping (10:25, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. says Iran must suspend all enrichment on its soil (11:09, June 08, 2006)
  • Over 500 protestors detained for ransacking Congress building in Brazil (11:16, June 08, 2006)
  • EU to boost energy cooperation with OPEC (09:57, June 08, 2006)
  • Israeli parliament approves overdue state budget (09:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Canada says report of troops abduction false (09:07, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. open to deal with militia in Somalia: official (09:12, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. Marine chief promises support for probe of killings in Iraq (09:15, June 08, 2006)
  • Israeli soldiers kill one Palestinian, wound four in eastern Gaza (09:18, June 08, 2006)
  • Europe colludes with CIA on secret prisons: Swiss investigator (09:21, June 08, 2006)
  • EU to finance crisis distillation of wine in France and Italy (09:23, June 08, 2006)
  • State treasurer to challenge Schwarzenegger in California election (09:30, June 08, 2006)
  • EU sets new vision for integrated maritime policy (09:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Cairo court sentences seven antiquity smugglers to different terms in prison (09:26, June 08, 2006)
  • King Abdullah voices Jordan's rejection to any Israeli unilateral plan (09:25, June 08, 2006)
  • Victoria Falls Bridge linking Zambia, Zimbabwe to reopen for heavy traffic (09:23, June 08, 2006)
  • Two killed, 12 injured in car bombing in Baghdad (09:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Democrat to face Schwarzenegger in California election (09:20, June 08, 2006)
  • Pakistan to continue support for Palestinian (09:18, June 08, 2006)
  • Harmony reached within Hamas over prisoners' document: official (09:16, June 08, 2006)
  • India offers full support for Nepali economic recovery (09:14, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. to provide 50 million dollars additional assistance to Jordan (09:12, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. should modify approach to facilitate talks with Iran: Larijani (09:10, June 08, 2006)
  • Sri Lankan Army denies exploding pressure mine (09:08, June 08, 2006)
  • UN mission chief in Kosovo to resign: reports (09:05, June 08, 2006)
  • Regional countries responsible for restoring Mideast peace: Turkish PM (09:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Cyprus, Saudi Arabia airlines sign agreement on code-sharing (09:02, June 08, 2006)
  • EU wants new chapter in Iraq (09:00, June 08, 2006)
  • Holocaust survivor elected as German Jewish leader (08:58, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. Senate rejects amendment banning same-sex marriage (08:56, June 08, 2006)
  • Poland: EC's charges on Poland being a CIA detainee transfer point not based on facts (08:32, June 08, 2006)
  • Pakistan urges EU to remain engaged on Kashmir issue (08:32, June 08, 2006)
  • Interview: Kyrgyz president upbeat on SCO's prospects (08:32, June 08, 2006)
  • Jordan never be substitute for Palestinian homeland: King Abdullah (08:31, June 08, 2006)
  • Infants in Indonesia s quake-hit area vaccinated (08:31, June 08, 2006)
  • Russia to support sanctions against Iran if nonproliferation treaty breached (08:30, June 08, 2006)
  • US military suffers personnel file loss: report (08:28, June 08, 2006)
  • US may talk with Somali militia: US newspaper (08:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Kyrgyzstan hopes SCO can play bigger role in combating terror (08:27, June 08, 2006)
  • Kenya arrests Somali warlord following travel ban (08:12, June 08, 2006)
  • Iraq releases over 590 detainees for national reconciliation (08:12, June 08, 2006)
  • Israel to fund treatment of Palestinian girl hurt in Israeli air strike (08:11, June 08, 2006)
  • Pakistan to provide 3 mln dollars for Palestinian (08:11, June 08, 2006)
  • Five suspects in Spain stamp fraud case released (08:10, June 08, 2006)
  • U.S. will not intervene in Palestinian referendum: Abbas (08:10, June 08, 2006)
  • Turkey refuses rescued immigrants to disembark at port (08:10, June 08, 2006)
  • Russia concerned over US weapons programs (08:09, June 08, 2006)
  • Teams from some ASEAN countries on relief efforts in Yogyakarta (08:09, June 08, 2006)
  • Israeli stabbed by Palestinians near West Bank settlement (08:09, June 08, 2006)
  • Hamas says still premature to talk about two-state solution (08:09, June 08, 2006)
  • Over 750 Pakistani deportees to arrive in Karachi very soon (08:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Fatah, Hamas decide to establish panel to end violence (08:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Firefight leaves 5 militants dead in S. Afghanistan (08:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Turkish president urges Israelis, Palestinians to renew talks (08:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Canada to spend 3.5 billion dollars in Afghanistan (08:07, June 08, 2006)
  • Pak, U.S., Afghan commission only discusses operations in border region: official  (08:07, June 08, 2006)
  • Alkatiri's allegation interpreted as "personal opinion" (08:07, June 08, 2006)
  • Iran prefers cooperation to confrontation (08:06, June 08, 2006)
  • Two Jewish settlers stabbed by Palestinians in W.Bank (08:06, June 08, 2006)
  • Premature suicide attack leaves attacker dead in S. Afghanistan (08:06, June 08, 2006)
  • Australia to send more police to Timor-Leste (08:06, June 08, 2006)
  • Thailand's king to be presented with rainmaking patent (08:05, June 08, 2006)
  • Preparation for referendum to go ahead if deadline not met (08:05, June 08, 2006)
  • World Bank approves 280 mln euro loan to Turkey on electricity (08:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Israeli PM, Jordanian king to meet on Thursday (08:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Terror ring 'wanted to behead Canadian PM' (09:42, June 08, 2006)
  • Data on 2.2 million US troops was stolen (09:42, June 08, 2006)
  • Mahathir: US policy in Iraq, Iran prelude to 4th World War (09:52, June 08, 2006)
  • Italy to withdraw troops from Iraq (09:52, June 08, 2006)
  • Shrine issues guide in Chinese, Korean (09:31, June 08, 2006)
  • 'Spider's web' of secret CIA prisons (09:52, June 08, 2006)
  • Moscow warns Ukraine, Georgia over NATO entry (09:26, June 08, 2006)



  • Opinion

  • Why Japan unfreezes aid loans to China? (16:28, June 08, 2006)
  • US weapon upgrade on the pretext of anti-terrorism (16:28, June 08, 2006)
  • A voice that should not be ignored (15:57, June 08, 2006)
  • Decision time as EU considers a new policy on China  (16:26, June 08, 2006)
  • China and India cooperate to find a win-win path (15:53, June 08, 2006)
  • Major challenges ahead for new US Treasury chief (15:52, June 08, 2006)



  • Sports

  • Rooney and Gerrard back in training (21:19, June 08, 2006)
  • No problems on Polish-German border ahead of World Cup (21:19, June 08, 2006)
  • Ballack won't appear on the inaugural match (21:19, June 08, 2006)
  • Hosts' hope pendent on Ballack's injured calf (20:43, June 08, 2006)
  • World Cup to be brought live to Afghans for first time (20:43, June 08, 2006)
  • Rooney will play if match fit, says Eriksson (20:43, June 08, 2006)
  • Football fan festival opens in Germany (17:41, June 08, 2006)
  • Ugandan national rugby team to have new coach (17:16, June 08, 2006)
  • Ugandan athletes to compete in Abebe Bikila International Marathon (17:16, June 08, 2006)
  • Uganda to send team to the South African kick boxing championships (17:16, June 08, 2006)
  • Blackout to affect Tanzanian fans watching World Cup (14:43, June 08, 2006)
  • Woods ready for unexpected at U.S. Open (14:42, June 08, 2006)
  • Jordan shot wins greatest playoff moment (14:41, June 08, 2006)
  • Thai boxers win five gold medals (14:22, June 08, 2006)
  • Rooney gets all-clear to play World Cup (12:14, June 08, 2006)
  • NZ wins bid for 2010 rowing world championships (12:15, June 08, 2006)
  • German paper exposes Brazilian players night out (12:15, June 08, 2006)
  • Brazil's technical staff OKs practice in Offenbach (12:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Poles to test form through World Cup opening match against Ecuador (12:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Cardozo blow for Paraguay (08:52, June 08, 2006)
  • World Cup ball a problem for England goalkeeper (08:51, June 08, 2006)
  • Gerrard misses training due to back problem (08:50, June 08, 2006)
  • S. Africa drafts law for 2010 World Cup (11:04, June 08, 2006)
  • Former world champions attend FIFA Congress (08:48, June 08, 2006)
  • Southgate named as Middlesbrough manager (11:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Japan eyes group runners-up place, says Nakamura (11:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Nations to launch joint appeal to FIFA (11:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Paraguay striker Cruz fit for England match (11:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Ronaldinho asks for protection (11:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Zimbabwe rugby team regroups for regional tournament (11:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Boussoufa's move to Anderlecht sets new record (11:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Ballack worries about Germany's winning chances (11:02, June 08, 2006)
  • Ugandan boxer up in latest WBC rankings (11:02, June 08, 2006)
  • Costa Rica refuses to be underdogs (11:02, June 08, 2006)
  • England's FA: Rooney to play some part in World Cup finals (08:35, June 08, 2006)
  • France beat China 3-1 in last World Cup warmup (11:01, June 08, 2006)
  • France's Cisse out of World Cup (08:29, June 08, 2006)
  • 60 players celebrate their birthday during 2006 World Cup (08:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Baros will fit for the opener, said Czech coach Karel Brueckner (08:27, June 08, 2006)
  • FIFA reiterates sanctions for bad behaviors on the court (08:26, June 08, 2006)
  • Costa Rica to show national identity video during World Cup (08:24, June 08, 2006)
  • Cuba to seek regional sports leadership -- Olympic Committee (08:21, June 08, 2006)
  • England's Rooney back to Germany (11:04, June 08, 2006)
  • World Cup referees have praiseworthy for new communication system (08:18, June 08, 2006)
  • Cuba sends experts to Germany to study soccer (08:17, June 08, 2006)
  • 7s rugby returns to Budapest (08:16, June 08, 2006)
  • French Open head-to-head records (08:15, June 08, 2006)
  • Disciplinary matters in World Cup about cautions, expulsion and fines (08:13, June 08, 2006)
  • Cisse and Henry start for France against China (08:13, June 08, 2006)
  • France's starting lineup for China friendly (08:09, June 08, 2006)
  • China's starting lineup for France friendly (08:08, June 08, 2006)
  • Ballack not our concern, says Guimaraes (08:07, June 08, 2006)
  • Schedule of play at French Open on Thursday (08:06, June 08, 2006)
  • Nadal cruises into French Open semifinals (08:05, June 08, 2006)
  • Jordan to set up 23 big screens for World Cup fans (08:04, June 08, 2006)
  • Ljubicic storms into French Open semifinals (08:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Security staff warm up for Games at tournaments (09:44, June 08, 2006)
  • Chinese weightlifter flunks doping test (12:11, June 08, 2006)
  • Nadal coasts into semi-finals (12:12, June 08, 2006)
  • Mavericks' depth could extinguish Heat's dynamics (13:44, June 08, 2006)
  • England play down Rooney hopes (12:14, June 08, 2006)
  • Iran deputy president to attend World Cup (09:51, June 08, 2006)



  • Science & Technology

  • Finnish researchers developed chewing gum against oral cancer (21:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Chinese WAPI delegation quits Prague meeting  (21:11, June 08, 2006)
  • Tiny dinosaur species discovered in Germany (20:31, June 08, 2006)
  • "Beijing-1" satellite starts remote sensing service (20:31, June 08, 2006)
  • Study links ACE inhibitors to birth defects (20:30, June 08, 2006)
  • Secret technique of face-changing in Chinese opera let out bag (20:28, June 08, 2006)
  • HK university celebrates launch of one millionth e-book (20:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Nepal likely to nationalize private schools (20:27, June 08, 2006)
  • China's fast reactor nuclear system to put to commercial use about 2035  (17:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Wheat output makes new record in Henan (17:20, June 08, 2006)
  • China to build commercial fast reactor by 2035 (17:14, June 08, 2006)
  • China, U.S. to launch largest neutrino experiment at Chinese nuclear site (17:00, June 08, 2006)
  • China to set up integrated circuit research center (17:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Ancient Chinese faces reproduced (17:03, June 08, 2006)
  • China makes breakthrough on PMS rail (17:02, June 08, 2006)
  • Aussie rock formations shed light on early lifeforms  (17:02, June 08, 2006)
  • World's leggiest creature makes reappearance in California   (16:30, June 08, 2006)
  • Australian scientists grow heart tissue in lab (14:26, June 08, 2006)
  • Nepal Telecom plans internet mobile (13:02, June 08, 2006)
  • Australian scientists claim breakthrough in human tissue engineering (14:27, June 08, 2006)
  • Scientists say upper body exercise may help beat leg pain (08:30, June 08, 2006)
  • World largest Buddha statue to receive health checkup (08:29, June 08, 2006)
  • China to make state research plans more transparent to combat fraud (08:27, June 08, 2006)
  • EU, U.S. to work jointly on biotechnology research (08:23, June 08, 2006)
  • HK researchers discover low oxygen levels trigger sex changes in fish (08:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Deep impact 250m years ago 'wiped out most species' (09:31, June 08, 2006)
  • Competition fiercer in college exam (09:30, June 08, 2006)
  • Device offers end to fresh water shortage (09:29, June 08, 2006)
  • DNA shows US man descendant of Genghis Khan (09:28, June 08, 2006)



  • Life

  • Indonesian people asked to remain calm as Merapi yet to erupt (20:46, June 08, 2006)
  • Bus-Truck collision kills five, injures 30 in Bangladesh  (20:44, June 08, 2006)
  • Bangkok's new airport to start commercial operation in Sept. (20:44, June 08, 2006)
  • Former British singer to appear at Vietnam's appeal court (20:29, June 08, 2006)
  • Air quality in Guilin the best in 2005 (08:16, June 09, 2006)
  • Drug for hypertension may cause birth defects: study  (16:34, June 08, 2006)
  • Imperial Palace becomes famous trademark (16:13, June 08, 2006)
  • Jolie and Pitt deny wedding rumors (15:03, June 08, 2006)
  • Merapi eruption should cause no panic: Governor (14:46, June 08, 2006)
  • Merapi volcano finally erupts (14:46, June 08, 2006)
  • People Magazine buys Shiloh photos   (14:33, June 08, 2006)
  • Kylie crowned Woman of the Year  (14:32, June 08, 2006)
  • Critics can't stop Aniston's "Break Up"  (14:32, June 08, 2006)
  • Songwriter-keyboard star Billy Preston dies at 59  (14:31, June 08, 2006)
  • Mad cow case reported in west Austria (11:20, June 08, 2006)
  • AIDS to bring huge economic losses to China in coming five years: scientist (08:38, June 08, 2006)
  • China rolls out red carpet for 85 "Miss Tourism Queen International" candidates (08:16, June 08, 2006)
  • Suicide bomber leaves himself dead in southeast Afghanistan (08:45, June 08, 2006)
  • HK participates in APEC exercise on flu pandemic (08:53, June 08, 2006)
  • News Feature: Tibetan comedian works to preserve China's ethnic comedy (08:56, June 08, 2006)
  • 1200-year-old temple found in Bangladesh (08:39, June 08, 2006)
  • Indonesia launches bird flu awareness campaign (09:01, June 08, 2006)
  • East China city builds square to commemorate Matteo Ricci (09:04, June 08, 2006)
  • Playboy Indonesia publishes second edition (08:28, June 08, 2006)
  • Tremor jolts Padang in Indonesia (08:25, June 08, 2006)
  • Rock'n'roll pioneers eye second coming (09:51, June 08, 2006)
  • Playboy defies protest with 2nd issue (11:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Foreign collectors flock to Beijing art auctions (10:00, June 08, 2006)
  • Public takes anti-whaling stance (09:53, June 08, 2006)
  • Guangdong reports increased rabies deaths (09:45, June 08, 2006)
  • 'Cigarettes, whisky, women' key to longevity (09:41, June 08, 2006)
  • US hospitals prepare for growing ranks of obese (09:29, June 08, 2006)
  • Strict parenting linked to fat children (09:25, June 08, 2006)
  • Protest puts elephants 'under stress' (09:21, June 08, 2006)
  • Shrinking Dead Sea struggles to survive (09:17, June 08, 2006)



  • Photo

    Zarqawi killed in U.S. bombing raid

    Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced on Thursday, June 08, that the most wanted insurgent in Iraq Abu Musab al-Zarqawi had been killed. He said that Zarqawi and seven of his top aides were killed in a U.S. raid on an area north of Baquba, some 65 km northeast of Baghdad, on Wednesday evening.

    Highest-powered electric locomotive debuts in Shanghai

    The electric passenger locomotive developed by China independently debuts in Shanghai on June 6 and will run on the Beijing-Shanghai rail. The SS9, as it is called, is the highest powered of its kind on China's trunk lines. It has integrated many advanced technologies and the highest speed is 170 kilometers per hour.

    Sony presents new Walkman digital music players

    On June 5 a Sony staff presents Sony's new Walkman digital music players in Tokyo. It has 2GB, 1GB or 512MB flash memory chip and offers USB plug. It will be launched on the market on June 10 and priced at 160 USD (for 2GB), 120 USD (for 1GB) and 90 USD (for 512MB).

    Harvard to begin therapeutic cloning

    A handout photo taken on September 2, 2005 shows graduate student Jacqueline Rosains (not pictured) working with mouse embryonic stem cells and performing nuclear transfer between cells inside the stem cell lab at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Researchers at Harvard University said on June 6, 2006 they have started efforts to clone human embryos as a source of valued stem cells, using only private money to bypass federal restrictions on such work. (Xinhua Photo/Reuters)

    Finals of MissTourism Queen Int'l begins

    Miss Tourism Queen China Yu Chenyan (2nd left) and the 1st runner-up Zhang Xue (1st left) pose for a photo in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Wednesday. The finals of the Miss Tourism Queen International 2006 beauty pageant will take place from June 18 to July 8, with contestants from 85 countries and regions to participate in, setting a new high in history. The contestants will tour the cities in western China and Yangtze River Delta before arriving in Hangzhou for final competition.

    Airplane skids off runway in E China

    Photo taken on June 7, 2006 shows the Boeing 737 plane which skidded off runway at Wuyishan Airport of southwest China's Fujian Province. The plane of China Eastern Airlines flying from east China��s Shanghai municipality to Wuyishan skidded off runway while landing. No casualties were reported.

    China's music prodigy plays for World Cup

    China's young pianist Lang Lang (R) chats with world famous tenor Placido Domingo of Spain (L) after World Cup countdown concert in Munich June 6,2006. Soccer World Cup tournament will be held from June 9 to July 9 in Germany.

    Flood hits E China's Fujian Province

    A bridge destroyed by flood after heavy rain in Zhangzhou, East China's Fujian Province, June 6, 2006. Three people were killed and five others missing in floods that have been tormenting parts of Fujian, Xinhua reported on Wednesday.

    Commerce minister meets EU trade commissioner

    Chinese Commerce Minister Bo Xilai (L) shakes hands with Peter Mandelson, trade commissioner of the European Union, during their meeting in Beijing, capital of China, June 7, 2006.

    England squad leaves for Germany

    England's Wayne Rooney (L) and David Beckham (R) arrive at the Buehlerhoehe Schlosshotel near Baden-Baden in Germany, June 5, 2006. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

    Senior CPC official visits Chkalov airplane manufactory

    Li Changchun (R), member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, receives a plane model from the general manager of Chkalov airplane manufactory as a present in Tashkent, capital of Uzbekistan, June 7, 2006. Li visited the manufactory on June 7.

    China's most advanced rescue ship put in service

    Photo taken on June 7, 2006 shows the "South Sea Rescue Ship 111" at tourism dock of Haikou port in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan province. China's most advanced professional rescue ship "South Sea Rescue Ship 111" was put on service in Haikou base of South Sea Rescue Bureau on Wednesday. The 98-meter-long and 15.2-meter-wide ship can sail 12,000 sea miles continuously on the sea. It can also withstand typhoon of maximum 14 on the wind scale and break ice.


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