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News Archive --- Date:20070406


China

  • Chinese Vice-premier to visit Holand,Ukraine,Romania,Serbia (21:54, April 06, 2007)
  • Commentary: Chinese officials taking on public apology, and should mean it (20:31, April 06, 2007)
  • China issues regulation banning trade of human organs (19:29, April 06, 2007)
  • Chinese Premier meets Spanish deputy PM (19:27, April 06, 2007)
  • Kissinger stresses importance of Sino-U.S. cooperation in Shanghai speech (10:45, April 06, 2007)
  • Canada court grants Lai's application for judicial review (09:41, April 06, 2007)
  • China widens the net to prosecute IPR pirates (09:41, April 06, 2007)
  • Chinese Premier eyes early FTA deal with ROK (17:59, April 06, 2007)
  • No territorial problems between China, ROK, premier says (09:44, April 06, 2007)
  • Japan names good-will ambassadors of Japan-China culture and sports exchange year (08:24, April 06, 2007)
  • Common interests greater than differences between China, U.S: top legislator (09:44, April 06, 2007)
  • Two officials punished in connection with vanished Guangzhou pension funds (08:22, April 06, 2007)
  • Former Shanghai land official under investigation (08:21, April 06, 2007)
  • China proposes China-Spain Forum meeting in November (08:19, April 06, 2007)
  • No power shortages expected this year  (08:11, April 06, 2007)
  • Statutory bank ratio hiked again  (07:55, April 06, 2007)
  • Downer: Security pact does not target China  (08:17, April 06, 2007)
  • Japan: Wen's visit to boost ties  (08:16, April 06, 2007)
  • Website launches Chinese edition  (08:18, April 06, 2007)
  • Resolve nuke issue 'in time'  (08:17, April 06, 2007)
  • New ruling designed to snare more pirates  (08:18, April 06, 2007)
  • Anti-graft measures hit drug agency  (08:18, April 06, 2007)
  • Tax authorities pleased with early filings tally  (08:19, April 06, 2007)
  • Official: Reconciliation is best  (08:28, April 06, 2007)
  • City slowly recovering funds  (08:29, April 06, 2007)
  • Overseas workers praised  (08:29, April 06, 2007)



  • Business

  • Malaysian central bank's int'l reserves at end March (21:50, April 06, 2007)
  • China banks to scrap disputed cross-bank ATM inquiry fee (20:37, April 06, 2007)
  • China inspects wheat gluten after U.S. pet deaths (20:36, April 06, 2007)
  • China stages regular marine surveillance on East China Sea (19:33, April 06, 2007)
  • China's entrepreneur confidence index higher in first quarter (19:32, April 06, 2007)
  • Volkswagen sells record 202,600 vehicles in Q1 in China (19:31, April 06, 2007)
  • Bank Islam Malaysia turns around with profits  (19:31, April 06, 2007)
  • Vietnam to consume more motorbikes (17:57, April 06, 2007)
  • Vietnam's service exports up in Q1 (17:56, April 06, 2007)
  • Dollar hovers at upper 118 yen in Tokyo (17:55, April 06, 2007)
  • Malaysian companies to set up halal wholesale center in Middle East (17:18, April 06, 2007)
  • Vietnam's automobile sales double in Q1 (16:51, April 06, 2007)
  • China to begin building second west-east gas pipeline in 2008 (16:35, April 06, 2007)
  • Chinese shares close on bullish run (17:55, April 06, 2007)
  • Chinese enterprise to develop real estate projects in Cambodia (15:54, April 06, 2007)
  • Daily flights in HKIA set new record during Qingming Festival (15:13, April 06, 2007)
  • Japan's foreign reserves reach new record high (15:10, April 06, 2007)
  • Remittances cross 4-billion-USD mark in Bangladesh (15:09, April 06, 2007)
  • China, Japan need mutually beneficial economic development (15:08, April 06, 2007)
  • Nepal's readymade garment export declines 55 pct  (15:05, April 06, 2007)
  • Myanmar absorbs 33 mln USD foreign investment in first half of 2006-07 (15:00, April 06, 2007)
  • Nepal's largest business complex to open on April 14  (15:00, April 06, 2007)
  • Billionaire makes bid for Chrysler (13:24, April 06, 2007)
  • Chery becomes first Chinese brand to top monthly car sales list (20:35, April 06, 2007)
  • China enlarges processing trade ban, diesel oil, fuel on list (20:35, April 06, 2007)
  • Japan's foreign reserves hit new high in March (11:10, April 06, 2007)
  • Acquisition of Varig has no connection with Chilean airline: Gol (11:06, April 06, 2007)
  • Brazil's air traffic controllers apologize for chaos in airports (10:24, April 06, 2007)
  • Brazil's automobile production, exports down in March (10:18, April 06, 2007)
  • European car sales drop as German sales plunge (08:59, April 06, 2007)
  • Malaysia Airlines signs codesharing pact with Alitalia (08:59, April 06, 2007)
  • Malaysia Airlines to try new transit route to China  (08:58, April 06, 2007)
  • China's port throughput soars in first quarter (08:58, April 06, 2007)
  • China's business climate index remains high in first quarter (08:57, April 06, 2007)
  • ASEAN to move towards closer financial integration (08:57, April 06, 2007)
  • Crude oil futures fall slightly (08:52, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S. housing inventory surges in March (08:45, April 06, 2007)
  • Budapest airport strike leads cancellation of over 100 flights (08:45, April 06, 2007)
  • IMF sees little effect on world economy by US economic slowdown (08:44, April 06, 2007)
  • DaimlerChrysler may favor Magna for Chrysler: report (08:43, April 06, 2007)
  • China to build twelve new highways linking its west region with Central Asia (08:42, April 06, 2007)
  • China, ROK to speed up FTA negotiations  (08:41, April 06, 2007)
  • Fujian eyes air hub status  (08:41, April 06, 2007)
  • Plenty more holes to plug in the market  (10:41, April 06, 2007)
  • Probe halts Hangxiao bull run  (10:45, April 06, 2007)
  • Shanghai Auto's first-quarter profit may zoom  (10:47, April 06, 2007)
  • NYSE seeks more Chinese companies  (10:49, April 06, 2007)
  • DBS eyes wealth management  (10:50, April 06, 2007)
  • Siemens injects $10m into rural health  (10:50, April 06, 2007)
  • Bosch Rexroth revs up capacity  (10:51, April 06, 2007)
  • Time is ripe for rapid growth: BorgWarner  (10:52, April 06, 2007)
  • Oilfield city Daqing set to broaden its interests  (10:53, April 06, 2007)
  • Ambitious plan to become auto hub  (11:06, April 06, 2007)



  • World

  • Afghan president excludes trading Taliban prisoners for French hostages  (21:56, April 06, 2007)
  • Two U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq (21:56, April 06, 2007)
  • Pakistan arrests 30 Indian fishermen (21:55, April 06, 2007)
  • Kim Dae-jung suggests multi-nation summit to end armistice on Korean Peninsula (21:25, April 06, 2007)
  • Pakistani Imam vows to set up Shariat court in mosque (21:00, April 06, 2007)
  • Morocco hosts first African conference on human development (20:59, April 06, 2007)
  • Thailand to begin tests on tsunami warning system in coastal south (20:22, April 06, 2007)
  • UN in Bangladesh makes "Tiger" its mascot to localize the MDGs (20:20, April 06, 2007)
  • About 124,000 people flee deadly clashes in Mogadishu: UNHCR (20:19, April 06, 2007)
  • Britain opens review on capture of British sailors: report (19:26, April 06, 2007)
  • Turkey assumes int'l mission command in Kabul (18:18, April 06, 2007)
  • 100kg of cocaine seized in Bolivia (18:17, April 06, 2007)
  • Taliban kills 5 guards in S. Afghanistan (18:02, April 06, 2007)
  • Suspected insurgents burn school in Thai south burned (18:01, April 06, 2007)
  • Blast damages music shop in northwestern Pakistan (17:40, April 06, 2007)
  • Philippine president creates organ for helping reintegrate former rebels (17:40, April 06, 2007)
  • Taliban militants capture district center in S. Afghanistan (17:36, April 06, 2007)
  • ICTR to hear 40 more cases before mandated closure (17:15, April 06, 2007)
  • Suicide car bomb kills 20 people in western Iraq (17:36, April 06, 2007)
  • Roadside bombs kill 7 people in west of Baghdad (16:50, April 06, 2007)
  • Philippine police to increase security at airports during Holy Week holiday (16:22, April 06, 2007)
  • Cambodia inaugurates task force to fight against human trafficking (16:20, April 06, 2007)
  • Sri Lanka and rebels clash at seas (16:19, April 06, 2007)
  • Cambodia launches 1st national task force against human trafficking (16:06, April 06, 2007)
  • UAE urges Arab countries to strengthen ties with East Asia (15:28, April 06, 2007)
  • Illegal Pakistani migrants discovered in LPG tank of truck in Turkey (15:27, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S. soldier killed in bomb attack in Iraq (15:26, April 06, 2007)
  • Philippine president plans to visit Australia: report (14:57, April 06, 2007)
  • Pakistani tribesmen seek gov't support against foreign militants (14:29, April 06, 2007)
  • Pakistan, India to kick off Siachen talks  (13:52, April 06, 2007)
  • Myanmar enacts private health care services law (13:52, April 06, 2007)
  • WB focuses on power trade, water management in Mekong countries (13:51, April 06, 2007)
  • Bill to set up NSC approved by Cabinet (13:23, April 06, 2007)
  • Bus mishap kills 3, injures 60 in Sri Lanka (13:22, April 06, 2007)
  • Suicide car bombing kills 3 in Afghan capital (13:21, April 06, 2007)
  • Nepal receives 14,000 ballot boxes from Japan (13:20, April 06, 2007)
  • CPN-UML registers for elections at EC (13:19, April 06, 2007)
  • No election in Bangladesh in next 18 months: CEC (13:19, April 06, 2007)
  • Philippine air force to acquire 26 trainer jets, 11 helicopters (13:18, April 06, 2007)
  • New code of conduct for CPN-M ministers in Nepal (13:17, April 06, 2007)
  • Filipinos spend Holy Week holiday (13:16, April 06, 2007)
  • EC provides 2 mln USD assistance to refugees in Nepal  (13:15, April 06, 2007)
  • Relief work continues in tsunami-affected area in Solomon Islands (11:19, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S. plans to send 12,000 additional troops to Iraq: report (10:50, April 06, 2007)
  • Bolivian president undergoes eyelid operation (10:02, April 06, 2007)
  • Dutch defense minister to discuss Afghan mission with allies (09:29, April 06, 2007)
  • No deal with Iran to secure release of detained sailors: Blair (09:29, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S. commander denies attack on Iran soon (09:27, April 06, 2007)
  • Finnish police arrest Rwandan man suspected of genocide (09:27, April 06, 2007)
  • Three charged over July 7 bombings in London (09:25, April 06, 2007)
  • Lebanon's parliament speaker asks Saudis to help broker talks on tribunal: UN (09:30, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S. does not intend to release five Iranians captured in Iraq (09:23, April 06, 2007)
  • Zambia to undergo APRM this year: report (09:22, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S. does not rule out possible meeting between Rice, Iranians (09:22, April 06, 2007)
  • AU demands probe into recent killing of Darfur peacekeepers (08:55, April 06, 2007)
  • Senior U.S. diplomat to visit African countries next week (08:54, April 06, 2007)
  • No sign of respiratory diseases after explosions in Mozambique (08:53, April 06, 2007)
  • UAE, OECD ink MoU to boost tax cooperation (08:52, April 06, 2007)
  • Gaza children looking forward to better future on Palestinian Child Day (08:52, April 06, 2007)
  • Syria reasserts commitment to dialogue with U.S. (08:50, April 06, 2007)
  • Polish president offers mediation in solving Ukrainian crisis (08:49, April 06, 2007)
  • Interpol raises concern over internet use by terrorist groups  (08:47, April 06, 2007)
  • Canada's Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal of terrorism case (08:47, April 06, 2007)
  • France maintains discretion on disappearance of two nationals in Afghanistan (08:45, April 06, 2007)
  • Romanian court says president not breach Constitution (08:43, April 06, 2007)
  • Romanian new cabinet sworn in (08:42, April 06, 2007)
  • France launches nationwide campaign against counterfeit (08:41, April 06, 2007)
  • Russia deems Iran's defense system strong enough to resist U.S. attack (08:36, April 06, 2007)
  • Romania rules out negotiations with U.S. on withdrawal from Iraq (08:34, April 06, 2007)
  • German FM sees "movement" in Mideast peace process (08:33, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S. House to proceed with 'comfort women' resolution, says U.S. Congressman (08:31, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S. presidential candidates smash records in fund raising (08:22, April 06, 2007)
  • Palestinian new coalition's future vague as embargo continues (08:19, April 06, 2007)
  • Israel's objections stall U.S. arms sale to Gulf allies: report (08:16, April 06, 2007)
  • Indonesia welcomes Iran's decision to release British sailors (08:15, April 06, 2007)
  • Ukrainian PM rejects call for election (08:12, April 06, 2007)
  • Computer porn swap sparks Japan defense leak furor  (08:00, April 06, 2007)
  • Iran shows strength in showdown  (09:02, April 06, 2007)
  • Freed Britons back home, standoff over  (09:03, April 06, 2007)
  • UK envoy meets Haniyeh in bid to free journalist  (09:05, April 06, 2007)
  • Chechnya installs ex-rebel as president  (09:06, April 06, 2007)
  • President, PM trade threats  (09:07, April 06, 2007)
  • Bush admits Americans are 'weary of Iraq War'  (09:09, April 06, 2007)
  • In Europe, steady optimism about newspapers' future  (09:18, April 06, 2007)
  • Ministers' million-dollar salary hike stirs debate  (09:19, April 06, 2007)
  • Nobel laureate protests textbook change  (09:21, April 06, 2007)



  • Opinion

  • Negotiation is better than resorting to force at all (15:18, April 07, 2007)
  • Warning on American trade protectionism (15:18, April 07, 2007)
  • Western media change their attitude to China (15:18, April 07, 2007)
  • Full text of Premier Wen's interview with Japanese journalists   (15:18, April 07, 2007)
  • Expect China's exports to continue to expand  (09:40, April 06, 2007)



  • Sports

  • Euro-Africa Davis Cup contest to set off in Abuja (19:44, April 06, 2007)
  • Kite-flying festival to be held in northwest China city (15:58, April 06, 2007)
  • Malawi develops grassroots football (15:57, April 06, 2007)
  • Caracas oust River Plate at Libertadores (14:54, April 06, 2007)
  • Heat beat Cavaliers to reach NBA playoffs (14:53, April 06, 2007)
  • Massa clocks fastest in Malaysia GP practice (14:52, April 06, 2007)
  • Retired Chinese athletes ajusting to new life (13:30, April 06, 2007)
  • Rome official criticizes riot-involved United fans (13:29, April 06, 2007)
  • Uruguay's Bravo leads Tour of Uruguay (13:28, April 06, 2007)
  • Fans wait in vain for 1000th goal by Romario (12:18, April 06, 2007)
  • Spanish trio earn upper hands at UEFA Cup (12:17, April 06, 2007)
  • Las Vegas seeks franchise in NBA league (12:16, April 06, 2007)
  • Rose leads Masters as Tiger staggers (09:02, April 06, 2007)
  • Maradona to rid his health plague, says Argentine clinic (09:02, April 06, 2007)
  • Ronaldinho resumes training after illness (09:00, April 06, 2007)
  • Peru press cheers Cienciano's 3-0 crushing of Boca (08:59, April 06, 2007)
  • Rio legislature to investigate Pan American Games spending (08:58, April 06, 2007)
  • Portugal athletics suspends Silva for two years for doping (08:57, April 06, 2007)
  • Rabobank biggest sports sponsor in Netherlands (08:56, April 06, 2007)
  • AFC's disqualification of Esteghlal FC maintained (08:52, April 06, 2007)
  • Man. United request government involvement (08:49, April 06, 2007)
  • 11 Man. United fans in hospital after violence (08:47, April 06, 2007)
  • UEFA to decide action against Man. United and Roma (08:45, April 06, 2007)
  • Thirty-seven mountaineering teams head for Himalayas (08:44, April 06, 2007)
  • Nigerian lifters to train in Romania (08:42, April 06, 2007)
  • Swiss beat Czechs in ice hockey warmup (08:42, April 06, 2007)
  • Xiamen marathon gains momentum  (12:10, April 06, 2007)
  • Baseball league gets Japanese help  (12:11, April 06, 2007)
  • Beijing: We'll avoid white elephants  (12:12, April 06, 2007)
  • Keane gets Sunderland singing his tune  (12:13, April 06, 2007)
  • Arnie still has crowd in palm of hands  (12:13, April 06, 2007)
  • Mourinho looks for positives after Chelsea, Valencia draw  (12:14, April 06, 2007)
  • Sri Lanka edge England on last ball  (12:15, April 06, 2007)



  • Science & Technology

  • Chinese company invests to build fiber communication network for Cambodia (21:29, April 06, 2007)
  • China-Made jumbo aircraft to be assembled in Shanghai, Xi'an (21:11, April 06, 2007)
  • U.S.: climate change brings drought to Southwest  (16:59, April 06, 2007)
  • New Google Maps feature allows customized maps  (16:56, April 06, 2007)
  • School Leaving Certificate question paper leaked out in Nepal (13:20, April 06, 2007)
  • Brazil to create research network to tackle climate change (13:19, April 06, 2007)
  • Scientists catch electrons tunneling out of atoms (08:19, April 06, 2007)
  • Los Angeles to turn human waste into electricity (08:17, April 06, 2007)
  • Dog DNA study yields clues to diverse size of breeds (08:15, April 06, 2007)
  • In a first, Security Council to discuss climate change threat  (08:14, April 06, 2007)
  • Top college to school police in languages  (08:21, April 06, 2007)



  • Life

  • Singapore, Malaysia to enhance broadcasting cooperation (21:53, April 06, 2007)
  • Cambodian health ministry confirms a girl died of bird flu (21:52, April 06, 2007)
  • Renowned scholars attend world civilizations conference in HK (21:51, April 06, 2007)
  • WHO official praises China's efforts on health security (19:43, April 06, 2007)
  • Vigilance required about bird flu: vice health minister (19:42, April 06, 2007)
  • Better treatment of human waste needed to improve rural health: Chinese official (19:42, April 06, 2007)
  • Chinese doctors in dilemma over unconditional treatment of emergency patients (19:40, April 06, 2007)
  • Death toll of bird flu in Indonesia raise to 73 (19:36, April 06, 2007)
  • Cambodian girl dies of bird flu (14:33, April 06, 2007)
  • Vietnam to actively prevent bird flu among humans: minister (14:32, April 06, 2007)
  • Three more E. coli victims confirmed in southern California (14:07, April 06, 2007)
  • Strict rules set to rein in China's reality TV talent contest (19:35, April 06, 2007)
  • Mexican authorities rule out spread of bacteria, viruses at boarding school (13:25, April 06, 2007)
  • Siemens kicks off 10-million-dollar rural healthcare project in China (08:29, April 06, 2007)
  • China's drug watchdog sends supervisors to blood, vaccine pharmaceutical producers (08:28, April 06, 2007)
  • History comes to life at festival  (08:26, April 06, 2007)
  • Lower fees drive rush on law courts  (08:22, April 06, 2007)
  • Fast-food unions taking shape  (08:24, April 06, 2007)
  • The nail house is gone, but the questions it raised linger on  (08:32, April 06, 2007)
  • Police raid sees closure of 20 illegal Net cafes  (08:33, April 06, 2007)
  • Sexual health center gets legal status  (08:34, April 06, 2007)
  • 90% fewer water birds wintering in Shanghai  (08:36, April 06, 2007)
  • One boy's great escape now a lesson in safety  (08:38, April 06, 2007)
  • Playboy editor cleared of indecency charges  (09:32, April 06, 2007)
  • Mobster Coppola arrested after 11 years on the run  (09:33, April 06, 2007)
  • Joan's bones really from a mummy  (09:34, April 06, 2007)
  • Diva bounces back after losing 68 kg  (09:35, April 06, 2007)



  • Photo

    New York International Auto Show

    Brandon Himmel spins the rims on a 1996 Ford Crown Victoria with 30-inch wheels as part of a display showing future concepts for urban taxis at the New York International Auto Show April 5, 2007.

    Ambassadors of Japan-China culture and sports exchange year

    Japanese table tennis star Ai Fukuhara (L) and actress Noriko Sakai hold a logo mark of the 2007 Japan-China Cultural and Sports Exchange Year during a news conference in Tokyo April 5, 2007. The two are appointed as goodwill envoys of the 2007 Japan-China Cultural and Sports Exchange Year.

    Rare solar halo emerges in southwest China

    A rare solar halo emerged in Mianning County in southwest China's Sichuan province at noon on April 5, 2007. The colorful halo surrounded the sun for more than one hour.

    Russian Fashion Week

    Models are silhouetted in flood lights during a fashion show by Russia designer Konstantin Gayday in Moscow April 5, 2007. Picture taken April 5, 2007.

    Conjoined twins fight for life in Shanghai

    A nurse (unseen) help a pair of conjoined twins from Shangdong province in eastern China dress up at a ward of a hospital in Shanghai April 5, 2007. The twins, born on January 30 this year, are joined at most parts of the liver and the lower part of the breastbone. They are waiting for surgery operations at the hospital.

    Ancient Qinhuai River gets face-lift

    Workers clear the filth on the riverbed of the Inner Qinhuai river with high pressure squirt guns in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, April 5, 2007. The clear-up will be done before the May 1 tourist season, as the river provides a unique water route to tour the city which has been the capital for six dynasties in history. (newsphoto)

    World's tallest dog

    Gibson (R), a Great Dane who is the world's tallest dog at 7'2" (2.18 metres) according to the Guinness World Records, stands with his friend Zoie, a 7.5" (19.05cm) Chihuahua.

    Pupils' gratitude education

    Pupils wash their parents' feet in a classroom of Donghuayuan Primary School of Yangzhou City, east China's Jiangsu Province, April 5, 2007. Through this activity in the theme of gratitude education, pupils learnt to be grateful to their parents.

    World's smallest dinosaur fossil found in SW China

    Photo taken on April 5, 2007 shows two dinosaur fossils found in Xingyi of Guiyang, capital of southwest China's Guizhou Province.

    All 1,600 tourists, crew safely off listing Greek cruiser

    The listing Greek-flagged cruise ship Sea Diamond, carrying nearly 1,200 passengers and some 400 crew, is surrounded by rescue vessels at the old port on the Greek island of Santorini, April 5, 2007. Some passengers climbed down rope ladders to rescue vessels after a Greek cruise ship struck a reef Thursday in the Mediterranean and started listing, forcing the evacuation of 1,600 tourists, including many American students.

    Ancestor worship ceremony in Tomb-Sweeping Day

    Tens of thousands of people attend the Dahuaishu Ancestor Worship Ceremony in Hongtong County of north China's Shanxi Province on April 5, 2007, the Qingming Festival or Tomb-Sweeping Day to mourn one's ancestors in China.

    German "Tornado" deployed in Afghanistan

    German soldiers watch a Tornado jet fighter of the reconnaissance squadron 51 "Immelmann" at the Mazar-I-Shariff airbase April 5, 2007. The German government has deployed six Tornado jets to the Afghanistan mission.

    Freed British sailors return to UK

    Royal Navy Seaman Andrew Henderson is re-united with family members at the Royal marines Barracks in Chivenor, North Devon, Western England, following his release from detention in Iran April 5, 2007. The fifteen British sailors detained by Iran for nearly two weeks returned safely back to the UK on Thursday, and reunited with their families.


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