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News Archive --- Date:20070209


China

  • Dark days for online copyright violators  (17:56, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese president concludes state visit to Mozambique (17:26, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese, Mozambican presidents pledge to uplift bilateral ties (09:13, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese president continues Africa tour, communique signed with Mozambique (09:08, February 09, 2007)
  • Top auditor vows more scrutiny (08:49, February 09, 2007)
  • Space test 'did not break any rules' (08:44, February 09, 2007)
  • Nuke talks get off to a 'good start' (08:37, February 09, 2007)
  • China, Mozambique issue joint communique (08:35, February 09, 2007)
  • Zhong Wen elected chairman of CPPCC's Hainan Provincial Committee (08:32, February 09, 2007)
  • HK tough on drug running: security chief (08:31, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese vice president calls for more care for veteran comrades (08:29, February 09, 2007)
  • Successful immigration policies attract capital, talents in HK (08:28, February 09, 2007)
  • Drug review to rid sector of corruption (08:15, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese, Mozambican presidents discuss further development of bilateral relations (08:15, February 09, 2007)
  • China cracks down on misconduct among legal professions (08:12, February 09, 2007)
  • China urges all countries to promote Africa's peace, stability (08:12, February 09, 2007)
  • Mainlanders accounts for 57 pct of Macao's imported laborers (08:15, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese FM spokesperson on trial of terrorist suspect (08:11, February 09, 2007)
  • Prior notification mechanism on ocean survey aims to enhance mutual trust between China, Japan, says FM spokesperson (08:08, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese president starts visit to Mozambique (08:13, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese NPC vice-chairmen meets Cyprus parliament leader (08:06, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese police crack down on train ticket scalpers (17:09, February 09, 2007)
  • Mine boss detained over gas explosion that killed 16 (17:10, February 09, 2007)



  • Business

  • Sino-ASEAN bilateral trade hits US$160.8 billion in 2006  (17:53, February 09, 2007)
  • China will optimize distribution of foreign capital (17:50, February 09, 2007)
  • Foreign smokers swell firm's coffers (17:05, February 09, 2007)
  • Shanghai starts construction of World Expo Village (17:02, February 09, 2007)
  • Qantas lifts profit forecast on rising sales (16:58, February 09, 2007)
  • Philippine merchandise exports grow 14 pct in 2006 (16:46, February 09, 2007)
  • China's machinery industry reports trade surplus after years of deficits (16:45, February 09, 2007)
  • Tourism now 6.1% of GDP (16:33, February 09, 2007)
  • Cities set to expand ties, form metro area (16:32, February 09, 2007)
  • Green light given to foreign travel agents (16:21, February 09, 2007)
  • Nokia says sales rose 39 percent (16:11, February 09, 2007)
  • China's monopoly enterprises under tigher auditing scrutiny (15:56, February 09, 2007)
  • Dubai company wins contract to build container terminal in China (15:54, February 09, 2007)
  • Satyam seeks acquisition targets (16:08, February 09, 2007)
  • IPO sees strong demand (16:07, February 09, 2007)
  • Investors move in on new Tianjin port (16:02, February 09, 2007)
  • Revamped rules pave way for financial futures trading (15:59, February 09, 2007)
  • Indonesia, Japan to finalize EPA deal this month (14:11, February 09, 2007)
  • China's economic growth potential underestimated: economist (13:10, February 09, 2007)
  • Brazil to invest 4.7 billion dollars in biotechnology (11:24, February 09, 2007)
  • IPO shares of China's second largest insurer priced at 31.8-33.8 yuan (10:57, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese shares open marginally higher on Feb.9 (10:13, February 09, 2007)
  • Ecuador seeking return to OPEC (10:12, February 09, 2007)
  • Copyright campaign an 'everyday' affair (08:33, February 09, 2007)
  • Tax rebates given for parts imports (08:29, February 09, 2007)
  • Stocks close higher in Mexico, Argentina and Brazil (08:46, February 09, 2007)
  • Crude oil prices rise sharply (08:46, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. airlines wins approval for daily flight between Washington, Beijing (08:45, February 09, 2007)
  • EIB president says China's investment in Africa good thing (08:44, February 09, 2007)
  • Brisk sale of new cars in Poland (08:43, February 09, 2007)
  • Paulson says U.S. economy transitioning to more sustainable level (08:42, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. air carriers are delaying more flights: report (08:41, February 09, 2007)
  • Greek inflation down to 2.7 percent in January (08:40, February 09, 2007)
  • "Digital identity" pork on sale in China for Year of the Pig (08:39, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese Premier seeks advice on government work report (08:36, February 09, 2007)
  • Huawei's 2006 sales zoom up 45 pct (08:34, February 09, 2007)
  • HK monetary authority urges prudent risk management in market (08:34, February 09, 2007)
  • Indian government oks uranium fuel project (08:33, February 09, 2007)
  • Singapore to attract 10.2 million visitors in 2007 (08:32, February 09, 2007)
  • Insurers may be given more freedom to invest in Chinese stock markets (08:31, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese mobile operators launch long-awaited caller-pay schemes (08:30, February 09, 2007)
  • Mars Jiaxing Inc begins operations in east China (08:28, February 09, 2007)
  • Money from central coffers to buy textbooks for rural students (08:27, February 09, 2007)
  • China to become world's top tourist destination before 2020 (08:25, February 09, 2007)
  • Gold price lower in Hong Kong -- Feb. 8 (08:24, February 09, 2007)
  • China Enterprises Index ends 1.06 pct up -- Feb. 8 (08:24, February 09, 2007)
  • China's central bank concerned about growing inflation pressure (08:23, February 09, 2007)
  • China's banking watchdog exposes billions of bogus mortgages (08:22, February 09, 2007)
  • Tibet's rate of economic growth in 2006 highest for a decade (08:20, February 09, 2007)
  • China's textile factories earn less than national industrial average (08:19, February 09, 2007)
  • NZ concerned about Canadian limit on dairy imports: official (08:17, February 09, 2007)
  • Indonesia issues global bond worth 1.5 bln dollars (08:17, February 09, 2007)
  • Beijing property workers enjoy highest pay rise in 2006 (08:16, February 09, 2007)
  • Dollar recovers to 121 yen in Tokyo (08:15, February 09, 2007)
  • Cambodia expects to receive 2 million tourists in 2007 (08:15, February 09, 2007)
  • Northrop to bid on U.S. Air Force tanker program (08:14, February 09, 2007)
  • China reports 19 deaths in firecracker blasts as nation embraces festival (08:14, February 09, 2007)
  • Romania needs 13 billion euros to build 1,800 km of motorway in next 7 years (08:13, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. seeks partnership with Brazil on ethanol (08:12, February 09, 2007)
  • Germany's trade surplus reaches record high (08:11, February 09, 2007)



  • World

  • Indonesia mulls legal action against bird flu drug maker (17:28, February 09, 2007)
  • Israel on high alert ahead of Friday prayers (17:28, February 09, 2007)
  • Parties allowed to start media campaign for Cambodia's local election (17:27, February 09, 2007)
  • Vietnam combating corruption vigorously: PM (17:27, February 09, 2007)
  • Thailand to legalize over 40,000 Cambodian laborers (17:27, February 09, 2007)
  • Northern Uganda elders plan meeting to salvage stalled peace talks (17:07, February 09, 2007)
  • Moderate earthquake jolts southeast Turkey, 28 injured in panic (17:05, February 09, 2007)
  • Zambian speaker urges clarification of public funds theft (17:05, February 09, 2007)
  • UNHCR calls for emergency supplies for Somali refugees (17:04, February 09, 2007)
  • Three U.S. soldiers killed in western Iraq (17:03, February 09, 2007)
  • Kenya urges UNHCR to help return of Somali refugees (17:02, February 09, 2007)
  • Kenya downplays travel warnings over surge in crime (16:19, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. air strike kills eight insurgents in southern Baghdad (16:11, February 09, 2007)
  • UAE to launch survey on poverty levels (15:28, February 09, 2007)
  • Indonesia urges Israel to end excavation (15:15, February 09, 2007)
  • Some political forces in Myanmar hold first summit (15:14, February 09, 2007)
  • Asian Security Conference opens in India (15:13, February 09, 2007)
  • Portuguese to vote on abortion ban (15:12, February 09, 2007)
  • Khamenei warns US against attacks (14:49, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. funds detoxification of former dioxin sites in Vietnam (13:58, February 09, 2007)
  • Indonesia likely to buy Hawk aircraft from UK (13:57, February 09, 2007)
  • Ian Martin heads UNMIN in Nepal (13:57, February 09, 2007)
  • Tonga's WTO membership doubtful: official (13:55, February 09, 2007)
  • Palestinians agree on key gov't posts (13:54, February 09, 2007)
  • Snow causes travel chaos across UK (13:42, February 09, 2007)
  • Latin America economic forum in Cuba discusses energy, migration issues (13:22, February 09, 2007)
  • Nepali cabinet approves PM address (13:20, February 09, 2007)
  • Cambodia, U.S. joining hands in migration, trafficking issues (13:19, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. lawmakers push for bill demanding Japan's apology for war-time sex slavery (13:18, February 09, 2007)
  • Spain not to dispatch more troops to Afghanistan (11:21, February 09, 2007)
  • Peru demands U.S. extradite Fujimori's brother (11:04, February 09, 2007)
  • Brazil oil giant asked to pay half a billion to victims of oil leak (11:03, February 09, 2007)
  • NATO chief promises more forces, fund for Afghanistan (11:02, February 09, 2007)
  • New Zealand Defense Force Heads to Lebanon  (11:01, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. radar to be larger than NATO base in Czech (11:00, February 09, 2007)
  • Japan to launch a national security council in 2008 (10:59, February 09, 2007)
  • Six-party talks moving to a possible agreement (11:20, February 09, 2007)
  • Mexico must improve resource management: UN official (10:57, February 09, 2007)
  • Spain pledges 500,000-euro donation to Cambodia (10:56, February 09, 2007)
  • Peru to host meeting on UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti (10:55, February 09, 2007)
  • Israel reiterates demand for recognition by Palestinians (10:55, February 09, 2007)
  • Cuban leader Castro recovering: deputy FM (10:54, February 09, 2007)
  • Cambodian ruling party's members surpass 5 million: report (10:53, February 09, 2007)
  • Italian cabinet approves favorable bill for unwed couples (10:51, February 09, 2007)
  • Solomon's PM accused snubbing Australian diplomat (10:52, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. defense chief sees opportunity in Afghanistan this spring (10:50, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. delivers more security equipment to Lebanon (10:49, February 09, 2007)
  • UN chief calls for restraint from Israel, Lebanon after exchange of fire (10:48, February 09, 2007)
  • Egyptian FM welcomes Palestinian unity gov't deal (10:46, February 09, 2007)
  • No conflict of jurisdiction among ministers in DRC: spokesman (10:45, February 09, 2007)
  • UN Security Council concerned with incident between Lebanon, Israel (10:46, February 09, 2007)
  • Putin urges negotiated solution to Iran nuclear problem (10:43, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. official authorized to talk to Syrians over Iraqi refugees, Rice says (10:42, February 09, 2007)
  • UN envoy intends to present finalized proposal on Kosovo in March (10:37, February 09, 2007)
  • Syrian, Tajik presidents meet on regional issues, bilateral ties (10:35, February 09, 2007)
  • Comprehensive approach needed for Afghanistan: NATO chief (10:34, February 09, 2007)
  • Palestinians sign agreement on forming national unity government (10:33, February 09, 2007)
  • Bush to visit Latin American countries in March (10:31, February 09, 2007)
  • Mbeki urged to be tough with crimes (10:30, February 09, 2007)
  • Hamas leader says not to break deal on national unity gov't (10:09, February 09, 2007)
  • Hamas says rival Palestinian leaders remove differences on forming (10:07, February 09, 2007)
  • $12b in cash sent to Iraq vanishes (08:35, February 09, 2007)
  • Nepal's Madhesi group announces suspending protests for 10 days (08:35, February 09, 2007)
  • Kyrgyz president appoints new ministers after crisis (08:33, February 09, 2007)
  • DRC National Assembly's plenary session put off due to tensions (08:32, February 09, 2007)
  • Turkey, Ethiopia agree to enhance bilateral ties (08:31, February 09, 2007)
  • French national kidnapped in Nigeria, French FM confirms (08:31, February 09, 2007)
  • Lebanese PM slams "Israeli aggression" (08:30, February 09, 2007)
  • Iran's supreme leader says to hit U.S. global targets if attacked (08:29, February 09, 2007)
  • Four U.S. marines killed in western Iraq (08:27, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. launches air strike on insurgent safe houses, killing 13 (08:27, February 09, 2007)
  • Fatah, Hamas agree on ministerial posts of unity government (08:26, February 09, 2007)
  • Somali militia reportedly cross into Kenya (08:24, February 09, 2007)
  • Man beheaded in Thai South (08:23, February 09, 2007)
  • Somalia introduces new e-passport (08:22, February 09, 2007)
  • Developing countries, donors agree to improve resources management (08:21, February 09, 2007)
  • Aid agency urges Uganda, rebels to resume peace talks (08:20, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. says Iraqi deputy health minister detained (08:18, February 09, 2007)
  • Backgrounder: NATO operations in Afghanistan, Kosovo (08:17, February 09, 2007)
  • PNG government rejects AIDs report by Australian think-tank (08:16, February 09, 2007)
  • SADC faces serious social challenges including poverty: Zambian VP (08:15, February 09, 2007)
  • Six nations resume nuclear talks amid hopes for progress (08:13, February 09, 2007)
  • Fatah says Mecca talks "will not fail" (08:12, February 09, 2007)
  • Uganda to curb malaria in refugee camps by massive insecticide spraying (08:11, February 09, 2007)
  • Road accident kills 10 in Uganda (08:10, February 09, 2007)
  • Tanzanians join UN peacekeeping mission in Lebanon (08:09, February 09, 2007)
  • Death toll from market car bombing near Baghdad rises to 16 (08:08, February 09, 2007)
  • Israel not to escalate situation in northern border: Israeli DM (08:07, February 09, 2007)
  • Nepali gov't may take action against divisional chief: media (08:05, February 09, 2007)
  • Sri Lankan president orders probe on death threat to minister (08:04, February 09, 2007)
  • Israeli PM to visit Turkey over Palestinian issues (08:03, February 09, 2007)
  • ADB to support reforms in Philippines (08:02, February 09, 2007)
  • El Paso to pay 7.7 million dollars to settle Iraq-oil charges (09:35, February 09, 2007)
  • UNIFIL to support Lebanese army: UN commander (09:36, February 09, 2007)
  • EU tables new rules to boost cross-border online sales (09:38, February 09, 2007)
  • Kenya moves to curb rising violent crime (09:39, February 09, 2007)
  • Truck loaded with weapons intercepted near Beirut (09:40, February 09, 2007)
  • European Commission warns Warsaw on overspending (09:41, February 09, 2007)
  • Czech lower house approves field hospital mission to Afghanistan (09:42, February 09, 2007)
  • Hezbollah slams Israel for construction work near Jerusalem mosque (09:46, February 09, 2007)
  • Egypt summons Israeli ambassador on work near al-Aqsa Mosque (09:47, February 09, 2007)
  • Syria holds U.S. responsible for humanitarian catastrophe in Iraq (09:48, February 09, 2007)
  • NATO defense chiefs want quick movement of Kosovo status process (09:49, February 09, 2007)
  • Gunmen kill 14 family members in north of Baghdad (09:50, February 09, 2007)
  • France warns Iran of "sanctions logic" (09:51, February 09, 2007)
  • Chirac says ready to "serve France in different way" (09:51, February 09, 2007)
  • Armed attack kills 3 soldiers in north Niger  (09:52, February 09, 2007)
  • Rice "cautiously optimistic" about six-party talks (09:53, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. not invading Iran, White House says (09:55, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. Senate approves Casey as Army chief of staff (09:55, February 09, 2007)
  • EU urges Macedonia to step up reform (09:56, February 09, 2007)
  • Malaysian PM to visit Thailand over issues of mutual interest (09:23, February 09, 2007)
  • Iran test-fires anti-carrier cruise missile in war game (09:24, February 09, 2007)
  • JICA helps Cambodia improve statistics ability (09:24, February 09, 2007)
  • WFP urges more aid for Cambodia (09:25, February 09, 2007)
  • Bangladesh mulling electricity import from India (09:26, February 09, 2007)
  • Turkish PM pleased with budget performance in 2006 (09:27, February 09, 2007)
  • Pakistan frees 7 Iranian nationals (09:28, February 09, 2007)
  • Pakistan to deport 250 Afghan pilgrims (09:28, February 09, 2007)
  • WFP lauds Turkey's donation for emergency operations in Africa (09:29, February 09, 2007)
  • Mahathir's criticism not to affect Malaysia-U.S. ties: FM (09:30, February 09, 2007)
  • 2 terrorist facilitators arrested in Afghanistan (09:31, February 09, 2007)
  • EU congratulates Indonesia on governor of Aceh (09:32, February 09, 2007)
  • Military no intention to take over power: Bangladeshi army chief (09:33, February 09, 2007)
  • AL council to discuss Israel's controversial excavation operation (09:34, February 09, 2007)



  • Opinion

  • CPC makes great contributions to China's peaceful rise  (16:49, February 09, 2007)
  • China advances toward a global tourism power  (14:24, February 09, 2007)



  • Sports

  • S. Korean baseball pitcher Chan Ho Park signs for New York Mets (15:54, February 09, 2007)
  • Mosley vs. Collazo: Some food for thought (15:33, February 09, 2007)
  • Mauresmo advances to quarterfinals in Paris (13:07, February 09, 2007)
  • Nowitzki, Arenas meet again in All-Star 3-point contest (13:07, February 09, 2007)
  • Japan's sumo chiefs to sue publisher over match-fixing allegations (13:06, February 09, 2007)
  • Serena Williams to play for United States in Fed Cup (13:05, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese world champions Shen/Zhao claims pairs title at Four Continents (13:04, February 09, 2007)
  • Dunga not worried about wearing mocked shirt (10:35, February 09, 2007)
  • Olympian hero to return to indoor volleyball for Pan Am and Olympic Games (10:34, February 09, 2007)
  • Platini to meet EU officials to discuss soccer violence, racism (10:35, February 09, 2007)
  • Only six Serie A grounds given green light to re-open (10:26, February 09, 2007)
  • Uruguay forward's goals to help charity (10:35, February 09, 2007)
  • ODEPA ensures sailing contests at Pan American Games (10:34, February 09, 2007)
  • Teenager detained for police death in Italian soccer riot (09:29, February 09, 2007)
  • Canadian batsman named Player of the Tournament (10:24, February 09, 2007)
  • Chinese footballer suffers comminuted fracture in QPR's brawl (09:27, February 09, 2007)
  • Five Italian Serie A matches to be played in closed stadium (10:08, February 09, 2007)
  • Bayern eyeing Schalke 04 midfielder Altintop (10:08, February 09, 2007)
  • IOC requires clear budget for London 2012 Olympics (10:11, February 09, 2007)
  • Turin 2006 Winter Olympics lose 25 million euro (10:14, February 09, 2007)
  • Uganda club gears up for African Champions League against Cameroon's side (10:22, February 09, 2007)
  • Asian Sports Press Union introduces awards to boost Asian Stars (10:16, February 09, 2007)
  • Riquelme set to back to home club Boca (10:18, February 09, 2007)
  • Cyprus clubs sued for not buying insurance for footballers (10:18, February 09, 2007)
  • Woodgate denies his transfer to Middlesbrough (10:19, February 09, 2007)
  • Technogym appointed exclusive supplier of fitness equipment for 2008 Olympics (10:28, February 09, 2007)
  • Beckham eager to play Real's match (09:23, February 09, 2007)
  • Teenager suspected of policeman killing in Italy soccer riot (10:27, February 09, 2007)
  • Lehmann tags Germany stronger than last year (10:17, February 09, 2007)
  • Soccer club wealth rankings in 2005-2006 season (10:15, February 09, 2007)
  • Real and Barca lead soccer wealth rankings (09:21, February 09, 2007)
  • Japanese Sugita boasts the second youngest to play Davis Cup  (10:14, February 09, 2007)
  • Milan allowed to play home match out of Italy at Champions League (10:13, February 09, 2007)
  • Afghanistan reprieved for failing to attend Olympic qualifier (10:11, February 09, 2007)



  • Science & Technology

  • Climate change a threat to coastal communities (14:57, February 09, 2007)
  • Astronauts on last of 3 spacewalks (14:07, February 09, 2007)
  • Microsfot unveils new Windows Mobile version  (10:08, February 09, 2007)
  • Rett Syndrome reversed in genetic mouse model: study (09:44, February 09, 2007)
  • Not even death could part prehistoric couple   (10:01, February 09, 2007)
  • Safer Internet Day marked in Finland  (09:11, February 09, 2007)
  • Vista most secure Microsoft software, not perfect  (09:10, February 09, 2007)
  • "Living fossil" goblin shark caught alive in Japan  (09:09, February 09, 2007)
  • Ancient horse teeth reveal climate change  (09:08, February 09, 2007)
  • U.S. astronauts wrap up successful spacewalk series (08:57, February 09, 2007)
  • Sea Launch oceangoing platform sailing home after explosion (08:56, February 09, 2007)
  • China Exclusive: Pollen clues revealed on terracotta warriors, horses: Chinese scientist (09:00, February 09, 2007)
  • Egypt has right to use nuclear energy peacefully: scientist (08:46, February 09, 2007)
  • Feature: Emigrant sends thousands of precious books to China's universities (08:44, February 09, 2007)
  • Trials of new AIDS vaccines underway in S. Africa (09:07, February 09, 2007)



  • Life

  • Pan African Film and Arts Festival kicks off in LA (16:49, February 09, 2007)
  • Poisonous tea kills three family members in India (15:56, February 09, 2007)
  • Sniff an armpit - cure for work stress (15:19, February 09, 2007)
  • Men's sweat fascinates women (15:19, February 09, 2007)
  • Malaysian ads move triggers industry row (15:10, February 09, 2007)
  • Children's odd behavior may be genes problem (15:06, February 09, 2007)
  • Global child porn ring uncovered (14:56, February 09, 2007)
  • Court-martial of US war objector ends in mistrial (14:13, February 09, 2007)
  • Work starts on World Expo Village (13:26, February 09, 2007)
  • Peru reports second dengue death (10:35, February 09, 2007)
  • Report unknown disease to the ministry (08:53, February 09, 2007)
  • Three cities get badge of honor from global tourism body (08:25, February 09, 2007)
  • Norway to provide funds for vaccination program for developing countries (09:16, February 09, 2007)
  • Nonprescription diet drug gets green light (09:15, February 09, 2007)
  • Berlin film festival opens with French singer film (09:13, February 09, 2007)
  • Another bird tested for avian flu in HK (09:11, February 09, 2007)
  • Experts call for Asia regional collaboration to tackle dengue (09:10, February 09, 2007)
  • China's National Grand Theater to begin acoustics tests in July (09:08, February 09, 2007)
  • Party school magazine lambasts Chinese blockbusters as "ugly", "bloodthirty" (09:04, February 09, 2007)
  • China issues plan for dealing with mass illness incidents (09:01, February 09, 2007)
  • Indonesia invites more companies to develop bird flu vaccine (08:52, February 09, 2007)



  • Photo

    Intelligent robots displayed in Tianjin

    Visitors watch intelligent dogs perform at the Tianjin Science and Technology Museum in northern China's Tianjin Municipality on February 8, 2007. A display of machines and robots was set up at the Tianjin Science and Technology Museum on February 8. These robots can execute all kinds of movements and speak with visitors.

    Construction of World Expo village kicks off

    Construction of the village for the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai began on February 8, 2007. The village has a total ground area of 540,000 square kilometers and consists of both new and renovated buildings. By the time the project is completed in 2009, it will be able to accommodate nearly 10,000 visitors.

    Berlin Film Festival kicks off

    The 57th Berlin Film Festival opened on Thursday night on a French note, with the world premiere of "La Vie en Rose," which tells the story of Edith Piaf's rise from seedy poverty to glory.

    Injury woes stifle Iverson

    Denver Nuggets guard Allen Iverson (front) drives past New Orleans Hornets guard Devin Brown in the first quarter of their NBA game in Denver, Colorado Feb. 7, 2007. The Denver Nuggets lost again on Wednesday night, but the news out of the locker room was the more troubling part. After Iverson struggled to a 9-for-21 night, he said he could be headed back to the bench until his injured ankle allows him to play at full speed - the only way he knows.

    Bubble performance in Hong Kong

    A girl is covered in a bubble created by Andrew Suttar, also known as 'Bubblemania Master' Dr. Froth, from Perth, Australia, during a performance in Hong Kong February 8, 2007. (China Daily Photo)

    Open, double-decker bus in Shanghai

    An open, double-decker bus moves forward on a bustling street in China's financial center Shanghai February 9, 2007.

    Foreigners mark coming of Chinese New Year in Beijing

    Children from Arabian countries perform at Spring Festival celebrations held by residents of the Wangjing Community in Chaoyang district in Beijing on February 8, 2007. Nearly 40,000 expatriates from 53 countries and regions live in the Wangjing Community. On February 8, more than 100 foreign residents celebrate the coming of the Chinese Lunar New Year with their Chinese neighbours.

    China names "best tourist city"

    The children show the tea art in Qintai Road, Chengdu, Southwest China's Sichuan Province. Hangzhou, Chengdu and Dalian were named "China's best tourist city" on Thursday.

    Needle festivel in Japan

    Old ladies is placing needles on a pan of tofu during the 'Hari-kuyo' festival at the Senso-ji temple in Tokyo February 8, 2007. Kimono-makers laid their old needles to rest during the 'Hari-kuyo' festival, which is a ritual of thanks and respect for the tools of the sewing trade, at Buddhist temples all over Japan on Thursday.

    U.S. forces detain Iraqi deputy health minister

    An Iraqi health ministry employee inspects a door with a military boot prints at the ministry's premises in Baghdad, Feb. 8, 2007. U.S. and Iraqi forces raided the Health Ministry in Baghdad and detained the deputy minister on Thursday, a ministry spokesman said.

    Six-party talks resumes amid hopes for progress

    A general view of the opening ceremony of the six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program in Beijing, February 8, 2007. The six-party talks on the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue resumed on Thursday afternoon in Beijing, focusing on the first steps towards denuclearization of the peninsula.

    Heavy snow causes transport chaos in Britain

    A commuter train runs over snow covered tracks in central London, Feb. 8, 2007. Britain has been hit by travel chaos as "the most widespread snow" of the winter swathed much of the country on Thursday.

    Premier Wen seeks advice on gov't work report

    Premier Wen Jiabao listens to suggestions of the economists at a meeting in Beijing, Jan. 30, 2007. Suggestions were gathered for the report from the leaders of the eight non-Communist parties, the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, experts and scholars from all walks of life, as well as grassroots representatives.

    Chinese, Mozambican presidents pledge to uplift bilateral ties

    Visiting Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) reviews the guard of honor in company with Mozambican President Armando Emilio Guebuza during a welcoming ceremony at the airport in Maputo, capital of Mozambique, on Feb. 8, 2007. Chinese President Hu Jintao and Mozambican President Armando Guebuza held talks on Thursday and pledged to advance the relations between their two countries to a new high.


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