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News Archive --- Date:20070403


China

  • China provides emergency aid to Solomon Islands (21:55, April 03, 2007)
  • China, Australia pledge to enhance comprehensive cooperation (21:53, April 03, 2007)
  • China, Mexico develop trade union links (21:50, April 03, 2007)
  • China's rise depends on more cooperation with other countries: expert (21:49, April 03, 2007)
  • China's drug officials relinquish shares in pharmaceutical companies (09:04, April 04, 2007)
  • Senior Chinese advisor meets Myanmar guests (20:40, April 03, 2007)
  • China calls for more flexibility from Sudan on Darfur issue (20:40, April 03, 2007)
  • Chinese envoy arrives in Senegal to attend presidential inauguration ceremony (20:38, April 03, 2007)
  • Kissinger sees Sino-U.S. relations as chance to build new international understanding (20:36, April 03, 2007)
  • Courts asked to better handle lawsuits against administrative orders (20:11, April 03, 2007)
  • Russian official hails Chinese president's state visit (20:10, April 03, 2007)
  • Chinese vice premier meets Kissinger (20:10, April 03, 2007)
  • China confirms Wen to deliver speech at Japan's Diet (20:09, April 03, 2007)
  • China to strengthen cooperation with SAARC, FM spokesman (20:08, April 03, 2007)
  • China hopes to develop friendly cooperation with Sudan (19:21, April 03, 2007)
  • China hopes for political, social stability in Ukraine: FM spokesman (19:20, April 03, 2007)
  • China cracks largest ever CD, DVD piracy case (08:28, April 04, 2007)
  • China's Panda gets artificial insemination in Thailand (16:26, April 03, 2007)
  • China puts forward five proposals for cooperation with SAARC (16:25, April 03, 2007)
  • China, Sudan vow to boost military exchanges (15:44, April 03, 2007)
  • China appreciates relationship with SAARC: FM (15:43, April 03, 2007)
  • Former Taiwan opposition party leader Ma Ying-jeou goes on trial (18:08, April 03, 2007)
  • Party chief of Shanghai pledges to cement financial hub status (08:09, April 03, 2007)
  • Pakistani President, PM meet with visiting Chinese FM (09:17, April 03, 2007)
  • China's mega state firms invest 760 mln yuan in Tibet for half decade (08:08, April 03, 2007)
  • Tang Jiaxuan meets Thai princess Sirindhorn (08:07, April 03, 2007)
  • EU Commission vice president says China is opportunity for EU (08:07, April 03, 2007)
  • China donates 55,000 USD to flood-hit Afghanistan (08:05, April 03, 2007)
  • China, U.S. should enhance dialogue, cooperation, says Chinese top legislator (10:00, April 03, 2007)
  • Tax reform aims to plug loopholes  (09:29, April 03, 2007)
  • China makes first visit to SAARC  (09:45, April 03, 2007)
  • Premier appoints Tsang for 2nd term  (09:47, April 03, 2007)
  • Thousands attend funeral service for Mao Anqing  (09:49, April 03, 2007)
  • Legislator calls for performance-based pension fund  (09:49, April 03, 2007)
  • New tax rate will not take the shine off Shenzhen: experts  (09:50, April 03, 2007)
  • HK short of breath from 'wall effect'  (09:50, April 03, 2007)



  • Business

  • Gold price higher in Hong Kong -- April 3 (22:02, April 03, 2007)
  • China Enterprises Index up 0.84 pct -- April 3 (22:00, April 03, 2007)
  • China to announce personal income tax declaration results by April 10 (22:00, April 03, 2007)
  • Malaysian trade surplus up 2.9 percent in February (21:59, April 03, 2007)
  • China should retain 650 bln USD in forex reserves: senior legislator (21:58, April 03, 2007)
  • China may announce 10 pct hike in natural gas price in April: CNPC official (21:56, April 03, 2007)
  • Pepsi to employ more Chinese workers: CEO (21:56, April 03, 2007)
  • Thailand, Japan sign free trade pact (21:56, April 03, 2007)
  • Victims of oil spill in Philippines get compensations (20:13, April 03, 2007)
  • China's textile industry posts 38.7 pct rise in profit in firs t two months (20:13, April 03, 2007)
  • ICBC posts 31 percent growth in net profits (19:49, April 03, 2007)
  • Philippine government turns over social infra and service projects in Mindanao (19:22, April 03, 2007)
  • Qatar announces biggest ever state budget for new fiscal year (18:04, April 03, 2007)
  • Hong Kong shares cross over key 20,000-point level (19:08, April 03, 2007)
  • Dollar up at mid-118 yen in Tokyo (18:03, April 03, 2007)
  • China to focus on reforms, economy and people's livelihood (18:02, April 03, 2007)
  • Tourist arrivals in Philippines grow by 5.8 pct in first 2 months (17:17, April 03, 2007)
  • Indonesia says government wealth minus 7 bln USD (17:15, April 03, 2007)
  • Thailand eyes China as key rice export destination (17:15, April 03, 2007)
  • Vietnam's crude oil export down in Q1 (17:14, April 03, 2007)
  • Baosteel's plans for huge jump in production (15:56, April 03, 2007)
  • Chinese shares close at record high (17:18, April 03, 2007)
  • GDP per capita in Beijing to reach US$6210 (15:36, April 03, 2007)
  • Australia's exports reach record high in February (15:33, April 03, 2007)
  • China invests 300 million yuan a year to develop 22 ethnic minorities (15:32, April 03, 2007)
  • Industrial enterprises profits' soar in first two months  (15:22, April 03, 2007)
  • China's GDP growth in first quarter approximately 11 percent (15:21, April 03, 2007)
  • Vietnam exports more cashew nuts in Q1 (13:24, April 03, 2007)
  • Vietnam electronics exports rise in Q1 (13:23, April 03, 2007)
  • More than 3,580 applicants for 15 anti-graft jobs in Macao (13:23, April 03, 2007)
  • Vietnam to make biggest island tourist paradise (13:22, April 03, 2007)
  • Bolivia set to re-nationalize major telephone company (11:20, April 03, 2007)
  • Yuan hits new high against U.S. dollar after breaking 7.73 mark (11:19, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. manufacturing expands at slower pace in March (10:28, April 03, 2007)
  • Doha round could be completed within 30 days: Brazilian president (09:23, April 03, 2007)
  • World Bank approves 180 million dollar grant to DRC  (08:28, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. accuses trading partners of unfair barriers to its exports (08:27, April 03, 2007)
  • Greek National Bank introduces 'Family Fast' account for foreigners (08:27, April 03, 2007)
  • Oil futures rise to seven-month highs (08:26, April 03, 2007)
  • Expert group to be set up on EU regulation of real estate funds (08:26, April 03, 2007)
  • Pet food giant widens recall of products (08:26, April 03, 2007)
  • China waits for right time to adjust its refined oil pricing mechanism: official (08:24, April 03, 2007)
  • California's economy to slow down (08:25, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. hails free trade pact with South Korea (08:22, April 03, 2007)
  • Siemens sees "major opportunity" in environmentally-aware China (08:22, April 03, 2007)
  • Chinese firm wins bid for building largest hydropower station in Nigeria (08:21, April 03, 2007)
  • China carries out tests prior to sixth railway speed boost (08:20, April 03, 2007)
  • Kohlberg Kravis to buy First Data for 29 billion dollars (08:19, April 03, 2007)
  • Singapore holds maritime industry conference (08:19, April 03, 2007)
  • Bangladesh raises fuel prices (08:18, April 03, 2007)
  • China to charge urban dwellers for sewage and garbage disposal (08:19, April 03, 2007)
  • HK's retail sales rise 28.4 pct (08:18, April 03, 2007)
  • China Enterprises Index up 0.28 pct -- April 2 (08:16, April 03, 2007)
  • Gold price higher in Hong Kong -- April 2 (08:16, April 03, 2007)
  • UAE energy giant announces retrospective oil prices (08:15, April 03, 2007)
  • ROK company building shipyard in NE China (08:15, April 03, 2007)
  • HK Tourism Board follows up on rip-off report (08:15, April 03, 2007)
  • Malaysian PM to meet with Volkswagen officials over carmaker partnership (08:14, April 03, 2007)
  • China's fixed assets investment to rise 21 pct in 2007: report (08:14, April 03, 2007)
  • Fuel oil tax in sight  (09:30, April 03, 2007)
  • Oil firms told to go offshore  (09:51, April 03, 2007)
  • CNPC boosts offshore projects  (09:52, April 03, 2007)
  • Plans for more pipelines  (09:52, April 03, 2007)
  • Local bank entities throw open their doors  (09:53, April 03, 2007)
  • Acquisition to power Datang capacity  (09:53, April 03, 2007)
  • Digitization hobbled by cable operators' monopoly  (09:53, April 03, 2007)
  • Audi plans to drive up sales growth  (09:54, April 03, 2007)
  • Venture to take tofu further  (09:54, April 03, 2007)
  • Chengdu to focus on outsourcing industry  (10:16, April 03, 2007)
  • Oil industry a step closer to reform  (10:17, April 03, 2007)
  • US-ROK free trade talks go to the wire  (10:18, April 03, 2007)



  • World

  • Philippine police consider leftwing guerrillas biggest threat in elections (21:45, April 03, 2007)
  • SAARC invites five observers to summit meeting for first time (21:45, April 03, 2007)
  • Bemba leaves DRC for treatment in Portugal: MLC (21:43, April 03, 2007)
  • First Commonwealth youth center in Africa to be built in northern Uganda (21:42, April 03, 2007)
  • Senegalese opposition parties to boycott forthcoming legislative elections (21:42, April 03, 2007)
  • Local leaders in northeast Uganda reject report on children killings (21:41, April 03, 2007)
  • Ugandan gov't insists on giving away part of major forest: report (21:39, April 03, 2007)
  • Singapore, Cambodia sign MOU on healthcare (20:35, April 03, 2007)
  • Islamic clerics gather to find solution to Iraqi conflict (20:34, April 03, 2007)
  • Sabotage blamed for Tanzanian train derailment (20:05, April 03, 2007)
  • Russia calls for self-restraint in Ukraine (20:04, April 03, 2007)
  • Ukrainian PM threatens early presidential elections (20:03, April 03, 2007)
  • Pak PM calls for peaceful settlement of disputes in South Asia (20:00, April 03, 2007)
  • Kidnapped Iranian diplomat released in Iraq: TV (21:36, April 03, 2007)
  • Bangladesh to have homegrown democracy: army chief (19:55, April 03, 2007)
  • Estonia's president names new prime minister (19:54, April 03, 2007)
  • Iranian official confirms talks with Britain on sailor standoff (19:53, April 03, 2007)
  • Nigerian court upholds electoral commission's right on candidates: report (19:15, April 03, 2007)
  • Malaysia names financial ambassador (19:13, April 03, 2007)
  • Uproar in Sri Lanka parliament over switching sides (19:12, April 03, 2007)
  • Qatari has new prime minister (19:18, April 03, 2007)
  • Germany faced with new ultimatum by Iraqi kidnappers (19:11, April 03, 2007)
  • 3 Filipino policemen killed by left-wing rebels (19:09, April 03, 2007)
  • Thai military council to take action against Prem's critics (19:08, April 03, 2007)
  • Bali governor urges execution of nightclub bombers (18:00, April 03, 2007)
  • Tanzania has no plan to re-join COMESA: minister (17:59, April 03, 2007)
  • Next two days critical in standoff with Iran: Blair (17:55, April 03, 2007)
  • Inter-Korean industrial complex to benefit from FTA with U.S.: PM (17:46, April 03, 2007)
  • Cambodia's French-Khmer teachers quit due to financial shortage (17:45, April 03, 2007)
  • At least 23 rebels killed in fighting in Sri Lanka (19:06, April 03, 2007)
  • Roadside bomb kills two students in Baghdad (17:27, April 03, 2007)
  • Airplane with minister on board makes successful emergency landing in Japan (17:26, April 03, 2007)
  • Cambodian PM predicts landslide victory for CPP in national election (17:26, April 03, 2007)
  • Probe on Thaksin to be ended this month: Thai PM (17:23, April 03, 2007)
  • Police on high alert for stayaway by trade unions in Zimbabwe: report (17:22, April 03, 2007)
  • Ukrainian decree on parliament dissolution comes into force (17:21, April 03, 2007)
  • Philippine police release leftwing congressman (17:20, April 03, 2007)
  • SAARC has bright future: Chinese FM (15:40, April 03, 2007)
  • Afghan, coalition forces killed 10 militants in S. province (15:39, April 03, 2007)
  • Four U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq (19:58, April 03, 2007)
  • India proposes direct flights between SAARC capitals (15:37, April 03, 2007)
  • Clash kills Afghan policeman, 2 insurgents (14:52, April 03, 2007)
  • Drive-by shooting attack kills one in Thai South (14:25, April 03, 2007)
  • Indian PM elected SAARC chairperson at 14th SAARC Summit (14:14, April 03, 2007)
  • SAARC -- platform for regional cooperation in South Asia (13:48, April 03, 2007)
  • 6.2-magnitude earthquake hits northeastern Afghanistan (13:45, April 03, 2007)
  • Indonesia-India security agreement comes into effect (13:43, April 03, 2007)
  • 14th SAARC Summit meeting opens in India (17:55, April 03, 2007)
  • Strong quake felt in Pakistani capital (13:24, April 03, 2007)
  • UN rejects Commonwealth request to stop using Fiji troops (13:23, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. House speaker stresses role of Syria in seeking Mideast solutions (11:37, April 03, 2007)
  • Peruvian president orders airstrike on coca plants, airstrips (11:36, April 03, 2007)
  • Nepali gov't urges all to submit illegal arms within a week (11:36, April 03, 2007)
  • Ukrainian parliament calls for constitutional court ruling on Yushchenko's decree (11:34, April 03, 2007)
  • Former FSM President Nakayama dies (11:01, April 03, 2007)
  • Spanish foreign minister visits Cuba for better relations (10:48, April 03, 2007)
  • Chile signs UN convention on disability rights (10:26, April 03, 2007)
  • Brazil president calls for cabinet unity (09:51, April 03, 2007)
  • Ergma elected new president of Estonian parliament (09:41, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. military "surge" in Iraq to maintain till August: Pentagon (09:02, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. Democratic leader proposes cutting off money for Iraq war (09:01, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. experts to start data analysis at planned radar base (09:00, April 03, 2007)
  • UN chief urges diplomatic solution to Iran-Britain dispute (08:58, April 03, 2007)
  • AU chief condemns attacks on peacekeepers in Sudan's Darfur (08:57, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. House Speaker says Syria trip good idea (08:56, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. denies doing preparation of war with Iran (08:55, April 03, 2007)
  • Kuwait seeks NATO's assistance to combat nuclear radiations (08:53, April 03, 2007)
  • Ukrainian president dissolves parliament (08:53, April 03, 2007)
  • UN appeals for calm as thousands flee Mogadishu (08:52, April 03, 2007)
  • Algerian senate speaker to attend Wade's inauguration ceremony (08:51, April 03, 2007)
  • Nigeria to announce oil bloc auction date (08:49, April 03, 2007)
  • 53 killed in two traffic accidents in northern Sudan (08:50, April 03, 2007)
  • France in "best state": PM (08:48, April 03, 2007)
  • ECOWAS to deploy 300 observers for Nigerian elections (08:47, April 03, 2007)
  • Sudanese president reiterates determination to solve Darfur crisis (08:46, April 03, 2007)
  • Macedonian culture minister resigns over banning Tito play (08:44, April 03, 2007)
  • France believes "real prospect" for reviving Middle East peace process (08:43, April 03, 2007)
  • WFP records declining relief food demand in Southern Sudan (08:41, April 03, 2007)
  • Romanian President disfavors new governmental formula (08:40, April 03, 2007)
  • Somali army commander escapes assassination attempt in Mogadishu (08:39, April 03, 2007)
  • British soldier killed in southern Iraq (08:37, April 03, 2007)
  • Syria calls for int'l responsibility towards Iraqi refugees (08:36, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. Supreme Court refuses to consider appeals of Guantanamo detainees (08:34, April 03, 2007)
  • Merkel urges Syria to prevent arms smuggling into Lebanon (08:33, April 03, 2007)
  • Over 47,000 people flee Mogadishu over last ten days: UN (08:18, April 03, 2007)
  • South Africa, Burkina Faso sign agreement on cooperation (08:16, April 03, 2007)
  • Somali army commander escapes assassination attempt (08:15, April 03, 2007)
  • Addis Ababa to host ILO regional meeting late this month (08:13, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. citizen missing in Iran, spokesman says (08:04, April 03, 2007)
  • French Alstom, Russian nuclear company to set joint venture (08:04, April 03, 2007)
  • UN chief concerned about earthquake in South Pacific (08:04, April 03, 2007)
  • South Asian foreign ministers meeting approve 300 mln USD development fund (08:14, April 03, 2007)
  • ECA chief calls for Africa's fast progress towards MDGs (08:12, April 03, 2007)
  • U.S. presidential hopefuls report record fundraisings for campaigns (08:05, April 03, 2007)
  • Trial of notorious blackmailer begins in Netherlands (08:03, April 03, 2007)
  • White House reiterates objection to House Speaker's Syria tour (08:03, April 03, 2007)
  • Norway to operate Kabul Airport (08:02, April 03, 2007)
  • Sweden wants larger role in Kosovo process (08:01, April 03, 2007)
  • Al Qaeda is restoring leadership: report (08:01, April 03, 2007)
  • Canada to increase funding for Afghan police (08:00, April 03, 2007)
  • Britain's position on release of detained sailors unchanged (08:00, April 03, 2007)
  • 18 killed, several injured in tribal clashes in northeastern Uganda (07:58, April 03, 2007)
  • Indonesia to host international climate change conference (07:57, April 03, 2007)
  • Malaysia hopes U.S. can grant more market access (07:57, April 03, 2007)
  • Sri Lankan gov't condemns killing of civilians in east (07:56, April 03, 2007)
  • Zambia indecisive over continued allegiance to COMESA or SADC (07:56, April 03, 2007)
  • Egyptian Muslim leader calls for withdrawal of foreign troops from Iraq (07:55, April 03, 2007)
  • Malaysia rejects political asylum for refugees: official (07:54, April 03, 2007)
  • Hillary's presidential bid raises record $26 million  (09:40, April 03, 2007)
  • Anti-terrorism tops summit agenda  (10:01, April 03, 2007)
  • Teheran hails UK 'shift' in sailor row  (10:03, April 03, 2007)
  • Death penalty sought for 'Chemical Ali'  (10:04, April 03, 2007)
  • Argentina slams British 'arrogance' on war anniversary  (10:07, April 03, 2007)
  • Taliban: Suicide bombers are ready  (10:09, April 03, 2007)
  • $5m prize may improve leadership in Africa: Annan  (10:10, April 03, 2007)



  • Opinion

  • Jacques Chirac: a lifelong "China addict" (17:29, April 03, 2007)
  • Outer space not let to overcast with "war clouds" (17:14, April 03, 2007)
  • Media must beware of being manipulated  (10:24, April 03, 2007)



  • Sports

  • Germany offers Zambia sports scholarships (22:02, April 03, 2007)
  • Germany offers Zambia sports scholarships (20:43, April 03, 2007)
  • Tanzania pull out of EA rugby tourney (20:42, April 03, 2007)
  • Top east Asian teams to compete at A3 Champions Cup (20:42, April 03, 2007)
  • Nigeria coach defends 81-man list (18:06, April 03, 2007)
  • Zimbabwe soccer team set to leave for Anoca U-18 games (18:06, April 03, 2007)
  • Zimbabwe tennis players set off for Junior Championships (18:05, April 03, 2007)
  • Top Zimbabwe swimmer loses "gold touch" (18:05, April 03, 2007)
  • Lakers' caoch Jackson enters Hall of Fame (15:52, April 03, 2007)
  • Federer wins third successive Laureus award (15:51, April 03, 2007)
  • Laureus World Sports Awards list (15:50, April 03, 2007)
  • Giordano back to Messina coaching position (15:50, April 03, 2007)
  • Van Gaal extends his charge in Alkmaar to 2010 (15:50, April 03, 2007)
  • Ecuador's LDU foresees Libertadores victory against Colo Colo (15:45, April 03, 2007)
  • Factbox of FIFA president Sepp Blatter (15:44, April 03, 2007)
  • Sporting beat Beira-Mar 2-0 to chase down league leaders (15:43, April 03, 2007)
  • Dallas sign 44-year-old Willis for playoffs rush (13:48, April 03, 2007)
  • Argentina's Boca travel to Peru without key players (13:46, April 03, 2007)
  • Romario eyes to score 1,000th goal at Maracana (13:45, April 03, 2007)
  • Villa hold off Everton to 1-1 draw (13:40, April 03, 2007)
  • Mexican Davis Cup tennis team arrives in Peru (13:39, April 03, 2007)
  • Peruvian club Cienciano to play Argentina's Boca on Wednesday (13:38, April 03, 2007)
  • Cuban Dominguez remains Latin America's top chess player (13:41, April 03, 2007)
  • Chile promulgates professional soccer labor law (13:32, April 03, 2007)
  • Tickets for Euro 2008 in great demand (08:42, April 03, 2007)
  • Blatter takes the only presidential candidacy for FIFA (08:42, April 03, 2007)
  • Portuguese Premier League side Maritimo coach steps down (08:40, April 03, 2007)
  • Nigeria to hold West Africa Banks Games in June (08:39, April 03, 2007)
  • Distance runner Kiprop voted 2006 top Uganda sports personality (08:38, April 03, 2007)
  • No new stadium for World Cup in Nigeria: sports official (08:37, April 03, 2007)
  • Uganda wins Zone III Weightlifting Championships (08:36, April 03, 2007)
  • Snooker looks forward to bright future  (10:16, April 03, 2007)
  • Beijing has 500m yuan event fund  (10:20, April 03, 2007)
  • Phelps zeroes in on Beijing target  (10:21, April 03, 2007)
  • World record spree sets scene for Olympic assault  (10:21, April 03, 2007)
  • Suns end Mavericks winning streak  (10:22, April 03, 2007)
  • Sevilla title hopes fade; Robinho rescues Real  (10:23, April 03, 2007)



  • Science & Technology

  • French TGV sets new record of 574.08 km/h (09:32, April 04, 2007)
  • EU launches antitrust investigation into Apple's online music sales (20:14, April 03, 2007)
  • Vietnam establishes space technology institute (18:30, April 03, 2007)
  • Shanghai's IP television subscribers to exceed 1 million  (15:35, April 03, 2007)
  • Nepal prepares for SLC examinations (15:04, April 03, 2007)
  • ETS cancels plans to revise GRE General Test (15:03, April 03, 2007)
  • Rapid response crucial to containing 1918 flu pandemic: studies (10:21, April 03, 2007)
  • China's earliest modern human casts doubt on simple "Out of Africa" theory (10:20, April 03, 2007)
  • China successes in test of quantum cryptography network: scientists (08:21, April 03, 2007)
  • China's earliest modern human might not hail from Africa: scientists (10:14, April 03, 2007)
  • Arianespace to launch two telecommunication satellites (08:21, April 03, 2007)
  • Scientists make breakthrough in blood conversion (08:20, April 03, 2007)
  • Skeleton find casts doubt on Out-of-Africa dispersal theory  (10:01, April 03, 2007)
  • In breakthrough, human heart valve grown from stem cells  (10:01, April 03, 2007)
  • Newspapers seek to refashion image in Web era  (10:02, April 03, 2007)
  • What makes electrons tick? New device has answers  (10:02, April 03, 2007)



  • Life

  • Vietnam calls for more int'l assistance for children immunization (20:46, April 03, 2007)
  • WHO chief outlines agenda to address public health challenges (20:45, April 03, 2007)
  • Death toll rises in Kenya land clashes (17:58, April 03, 2007)
  • Cambodia's French-Khmer teachers quit due to financial shortage (17:56, April 03, 2007)
  • "Blades of Glory" tops box office in North America (15:35, April 03, 2007)
  • 179 million Chinese suffer from hypertension  (15:23, April 03, 2007)
  • Seven E. Coli cases confirmed in S. California (12:53, April 03, 2007)
  • Rapid response crucial to containing 1918 flu pandemic: studies (11:24, April 03, 2007)
  • China sees rising number of serious accidents in March (11:21, April 03, 2007)
  • Mexico sees five murders in less than 24 hours (10:23, April 03, 2007)
  • Brazil's dengue cases rise by 50,000 in two weeks (10:22, April 03, 2007)
  • Zhang Ziyi says Chinese should be proud of her for role in "Memoirs of a Geisha" (09:43, April 03, 2007)
  • Disney's 3-D animated film makes grand opening (09:34, April 03, 2007)
  • Al Gore calls for immediate action to slow climate change (08:59, April 03, 2007)
  • Indonesian woman suspected of bird flu (08:25, April 03, 2007)
  • SFDA to open itself to public supervision at regular press conference (08:24, April 03, 2007)
  • Tsunami swallows up villages  (09:35, April 03, 2007)
  • More subsidies for sea burials  (10:09, April 03, 2007)
  • Students come to victims' aid  (10:09, April 03, 2007)
  • Beijing's criminals could face higher fines  (10:09, April 03, 2007)
  • Polluted water puts residents at risk  (10:10, April 03, 2007)
  • Girl's research offers insight into beggars  (10:10, April 03, 2007)
  • Water-level drop prompts volcano fear  (10:10, April 03, 2007)
  • Height-increasing surgery could be dangerous: Experts  (10:11, April 03, 2007)
  • Happiness is a cuddly dog, thief chaser and wallet finder  (10:12, April 03, 2007)
  • Zoo turns to artificial insemination as 'porn' fails  (10:13, April 03, 2007)
  • More children plea not enough to solve aging problem  (10:13, April 03, 2007)
  • Britain to test migrants' 'Britishness'  (10:13, April 03, 2007)
  • French fry grease powers Americans from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego  (10:14, April 03, 2007)
  • Green group says kiwi better than bunny for Easter  (10:14, April 03, 2007)
  • Ancient city found under Palestinian suburb  (10:14, April 03, 2007)



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    Snoy launches video-enabled 8GB NW-808 player

    Sony launches the video-enabled Network Walkman NW-808 (L) and NW806 (R) in Tokyo, April 2. The 8 GB NW-808 has the capacity of 5500 tracks or 32 hours of videofiles, priced at $270. The 4GB NW-806 is priced at $220.

    Shanghai holds R+T Asia 2007

    A picture taken from R+T Asia 2007 in Shanghai on Apr 2, 2007. The fair will last till Apr 4. R+T Asia is the exclusive industrial trade fair in Asia for roller shutters, doors/gates and sun protection. Originated in Europe, R+T is held in Stuttgart every three years. With more than 40 years of successful experience, R+T has always been leading the trend of product innovation and industrial development.

    Laureus World Awards unveiled

    Swiss Roger Federer poses with the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award on April 2, 2007 in Barcelona. This is the third time Federer has been given the award.

    Codfish sold for 580,000 yuan

    A man compares a giant cod croaker with an ordinary fish at a restaurant in Zhanjiang, south China's Guangdong Province, April 1, 2007. The codfish, netted off the coast of Zhanjiang by a fisherman, was sold to the restaurant at a record price of 580,000 yuan (US$75,000). (newsphoto)

    Heavy snow surprises Changchun

    A commuter heads to work as a sudden heavy snow falls in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin Province, in the morning of April 3, 2007. (newsphoto)

    Tsunami hits Solomon Islands

    Earthquake and tsunami destroy a residential community in Gizo, capital of Western Province of the Solomon Islands, Apr 2, 2007. The tsunami struck the Solomon Islands after a powerful earthquake, according to report of Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Four people are missing.

    Flamingos arrive earlier at natural reserve

    A flamingo is seen at the Fuente de Piedra natural reserve, near Malaga, southern Spain, April 2, 2007. Due to climatic changes, the birds have arrived almost a month earlier than the usual mating season at this lagoon, which lodges one of the greatest colony of flamingos in Europe, according to authorities of the natural reserve.

    Longmen Grottoes to open to visitors at nighttime

    Sculptures of Buddha are lit by lamps during a lighting trial run in Longmen Grottoes in Luoyang, central China's Henan province April 1, 2007. Tourists will be allowed to visit the Grottoes in night time after April 7, 2007.

    'Nail house' demolished after agreement

    A bulldozer demolishes the "nail house" in the center of a 10-meter-deep pit dug by the real estate developer in Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality on the evening of April 2, 2007. Wu Ping and Yang Wu, the owner of the only two-story brick building, left their house on Monday afternoon after reaching an agreement over the compensation with the developer through six times of mediation of local court, local media reported. (newsphoto)

    Top legislator meets Henry Kissinger

    Wu Bangguo (R), chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature, meets with former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Alfred Kissinger at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China on April 2, 2007.


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