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News Archive --- Date:20070408


China

  • Chinese vice premier leaves for four-nation tour (16:02, April 08, 2007)
  • Former head of China's drug watchdog accused of taking bribes of more than 5 million yuan (08:08, April 09, 2007)
  • Former Cambodian King leaves Beijing for home (13:46, April 08, 2007)
  • S. Korea to boost cooperation with China: PM (13:46, April 08, 2007)
  • New KMT chairman promises to promote cross-Straits peace, development (13:45, April 08, 2007)
  • Special envoy of Chinese government visits Sudan's Darfur (10:51, April 08, 2007)
  • Hu Jintao congratulates new KMT chairman (10:33, April 08, 2007)
  • Chinese FM, U.S. secretary of state hold telephone talks on relations (09:59, April 08, 2007)
  • Rwandan embassy in China commemorates 13th anniversary of Genocide (09:59, April 08, 2007)
  • Roundup: Chinese Yunnan province expands economic cooperation with Cambodia  (09:58, April 08, 2007)
  • Taiwan's main opposition party elects new chairman (09:58, April 08, 2007)



  • Business

  • Profits rocket at China's CITIC Securities in first quarter (16:05, April 08, 2007)
  • China's leading military aircraft maker sets up finance unit (16:04, April 08, 2007)
  • Cooking gas supply dries up in Nepali capital (14:33, April 08, 2007)
  • India plans rail link to five Nepal cities (14:32, April 08, 2007)
  • Iran official says no plan for "gas OPEC" at Doha forum (14:31, April 08, 2007)
  • EU official to visit S.Korea for more IT cooperation (14:30, April 08, 2007)
  • Chinese companies launch two power projects in Cambodia (10:42, April 08, 2007)
  • CRI starts operating mobile phone TV (10:42, April 08, 2007)
  • Companies lick their lips as Beijing Olympics loom (10:41, April 08, 2007)
  • Southwest China municipality to invest one billion yuan to boost tourism at Three Gorges (10:41, April 08, 2007)
  • Epson wins preliminary ITC ink-jet ruling against Chinese companies (10:41, April 08, 2007)
  • Development of western China is even more important: minister (10:40, April 08, 2007)
  • Thai baht expected to short-term weaken (10:37, April 08, 2007)
  • Shanghai-based Pudong Development Bank to have new chairman (10:37, April 08, 2007)
  • Foreign investment in China's railway sector expected to expand (10:36, April 08, 2007)



  • World

  • Bomb attacks kill policeman in Iraq (15:58, April 08, 2007)
  • NATO soldier killed by roadside bomb in S. Afghanistan (15:57, April 08, 2007)
  • Turkish soldier killed in landmine explosion in eastern province (15:57, April 08, 2007)
  • Four U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq (15:57, April 08, 2007)
  • District education officer kidnapped in Nepal (14:28, April 08, 2007)
  • 10 shot dead in southern Philippine military outpost (13:42, April 08, 2007)
  • Thousands of security guards to secure poll amid fears of tension in E Timor (13:41, April 08, 2007)
  • UN to start storing Nepali Army's arms (13:40, April 08, 2007)
  • Suspected NPA rebels take away firearms from southern Philippine jail (13:39, April 08, 2007)
  • Kazakhstan releases new national military theory (13:38, April 08, 2007)
  • U.S. delegation departs for DPRK (10:50, April 08, 2007)
  • Philippines alert against new volcano activities (10:49, April 08, 2007)
  • Benin president's coalition takes lead in parliament poll (10:49, April 08, 2007)
  • Iran denies maltreatment of British sailors (10:48, April 08, 2007)
  • International meeting on Iraq to be held in Egypt in early May: Zebari (10:45, April 08, 2007)
  • Key suspect in Yemeni mosque blaze arrested: official (10:45, April 08, 2007)
  • New Yemeni gov't sworn in (10:28, April 08, 2007)
  • U.S. to offer 100 million dollars in aid to Somalia (10:26, April 08, 2007)
  • Obasanjo urges Nigerians to elect reformists (10:25, April 08, 2007)
  • Zimbabwe to response to proposal to ban ivory trade (10:25, April 08, 2007)
  • Sudan says willing to probe Darfur rape charges (10:24, April 08, 2007)
  • Khartoum airport closed temporarily due to ammunition depot blast (15:58, April 08, 2007)
  • Greek prosecutor launches legal proceedings against Sea Diamond captain (10:24, April 08, 2007)
  • Pakistan, India fail to reach agreement on Siachen dispute  (10:21, April 08, 2007)
  • Bush chides Democrats for war spending legislation with pullout timetables (10:20, April 08, 2007)
  • 40 killed, over 70 injured in Pakistan sectarian clashes: official (10:17, April 08, 2007)
  • Iranian diplomat claims he was tortured by CIA agents in Iraq  (10:07, April 08, 2007)
  • Practical steps begin to release Israeli soldier: Palestinian minister (10:28, April 08, 2007)
  • Top U.S. intelligence official struggles to find deputy (10:16, April 08, 2007)
  • Turkish company announces names of its two kidnapped engineers in Nigeria (10:14, April 08, 2007)
  • Coalition, Afghan forces kill 5 Taliban militants (10:13, April 08, 2007)
  • Thai government concerns over possible third party at anti-coup rally (10:05, April 08, 2007)
  • Thai Defence Minister threatens tough action against protestors (10:05, April 08, 2007)
  • Cote d'Ivoire announces new government (10:04, April 08, 2007)
  • UN arms monitors to start locking up Nepal Army's weapons (10:12, April 08, 2007)
  • U.S. calls for inclusive reconciliation conference in Somalia (10:11, April 08, 2007)
  • Timor Leste's presidential candidate asks UN forces to stay another 5 years (10:09, April 08, 2007)
  • Abbas urges forces to curb rocket attacks against Israel (10:08, April 08, 2007)
  • Timor Leste's FM optimistic about future development (09:55, April 08, 2007)
  • World nations to meet Iraq's neighbors in Egypt in May (09:54, April 08, 2007)
  • Tanzanian ruling, opposition parties talk again to end impasse (09:54, April 08, 2007)
  • Militants attack on de-mining team kills 7 in Afghanistan (09:54, April 08, 2007)
  • 6,000 S. Koreans rally in Seoul against FTA with U.S. (09:53, April 08, 2007)
  • Two Turkish engineers kidnapped in Nigeria (09:53, April 08, 2007)
  • WFP welcomes release of hijacked UN-chartered ship in Somalia (09:51, April 08, 2007)
  • Two U.S. soldiers killed, seven injured in bomb attacks in Baghdad (09:46, April 08, 2007)
  • Two Turks kidnapped in south Nigeria: reports (09:46, April 08, 2007)
  • Suicide car bomb hits police checkpoint, wounding six policemen (09:45, April 08, 2007)
  • Palestinian government meets on security plan (09:45, April 08, 2007)
  • UAE calls for unity and stability of Iraq (09:45, April 08, 2007)
  • Roadside bombings rock Baghdad, killing policeman (09:44, April 08, 2007)
  • Abbas mulls new European tour to rally support: FM (09:44, April 08, 2007)
  • Zambia to sensitize human trafficking countrywide (09:43, April 08, 2007)
  • Kenyan official confirms Somali pirates free Indian commercial vessel (09:42, April 08, 2007)
  • 10 die, over 40 injured in Pakistan sectarian clashes (09:42, April 08, 2007)
  • U.S. airstrike hits militia in south of Baghdad (09:41, April 08, 2007)
  • Somali pirates free Indian-flagged vessel: report (09:40, April 08, 2007)
  • Nepali ECDC set to hand in report suggesting around 500 seats in CA (09:39, April 08, 2007)
  • Bodies buried in mass grave in Somali capital of Mogadishu (09:39, April 08, 2007)
  • Israeli airstrike kills Palestinian militant in eastern Gaza (09:38, April 08, 2007)



  • Opinion




    Sports

  • Carter and Kidd procure triple doubles to beat Wizards (15:09, April 08, 2007)
  • Ray Allen undergoes ankle injury (15:08, April 08, 2007)
  • Schalke beat Moenchengladbach 2-0 to extend Bundesliga lead (13:22, April 08, 2007)
  • Rusedski retires after Davis Cup (13:22, April 08, 2007)
  • Man. United's defeat leaves title race wide open (13:22, April 08, 2007)
  • Valenciennes hold Lyon to goalless draw (13:22, April 08, 2007)
  • Germany, Sweden, U.S.enter Davis Cup semis (11:54, April 08, 2007)
  • Peru beat Mexico 3-0 at Davis Cup (11:53, April 08, 2007)
  • Masters tennis third-round leading scores (11:53, April 08, 2007)
  • Brazil lead Canada 2-0 at Davis Cup (11:53, April 08, 2007)
  • Barca and Valencia both suffer away loss (11:52, April 08, 2007)
  • Golovin, Petrova reach final at Amelia Island tennis tournament (11:52, April 08, 2007)
  • Carlos, Reyes and Cannavaro back to Real lineup (11:51, April 08, 2007)
  • Poland sweep past Nigeria at Davis Cup (11:51, April 08, 2007)
  • Czech women's soccer team beat Swiss 3-0 in friendly (11:51, April 08, 2007)
  • Olympic champion Yang pockets two titles at national champions tourney (11:49, April 08, 2007)
  • Malawi can not afford to pay Ghana appearance fee (11:49, April 08, 2007)
  • UEFA plans to establish pan-European sports police by next season (11:48, April 08, 2007)
  • Olympic canoeing champion duo aim high (11:48, April 08, 2007)
  • DPRK's IOC member backs Pyeongchang's bid for 2014 Winter Olympics (11:38, April 08, 2007)
  • ABSA announces qualifying schedule for Beijing Olympics (11:37, April 08, 2007)
  • Tunisia beat Tanzania 3-0 in Champions League tie (11:37, April 08, 2007)
  • Portuguese runner Silva banned two years for positive test (11:36, April 08, 2007)
  • Zambian judokas reap two golds in regional tourney (11:22, April 08, 2007)
  • New Zealand out of Davis Cup after 3-0 loss to Philippines (11:22, April 08, 2007)
  • South Korea oust Uzbekistan 3-0 at Davis Cup (11:21, April 08, 2007)
  • Toronto clinch first ever division title (11:20, April 08, 2007)
  • Henry going nowhere, says Wenger (11:20, April 08, 2007)



  • Science & Technology

  • Russian craft carrying 5th space tourist blasts off for ISS (12:38, April 08, 2007)
  • Backgrounder: Basic facts of International Space Station (12:37, April 08, 2007)
  • Backgrounder: Billionaires kick off space tourism (12:37, April 08, 2007)
  • Russian craft set to take off with 5th space tourist (10:58, April 08, 2007)



  • Life

  • Xu Beihong's masterpiece sold at record price for Chinese painting (11:44, April 08, 2007)
  • Death toll of bird flu in Indonesia reaches 74 (11:43, April 08, 2007)
  • School shows kids childbirth film to teach respect for motherhood (11:43, April 08, 2007)



  • Photo

    Greece carries out preliminary probe on sinking ship

    A video grabs shows the Greek-registered Sea Diamond cruiser sinking off Santorini April 6, 2007. Greek rescuers searched for two French tourists who were missing after the evacuation of a Greek cruise ship which ran aground off the Aegean island of Santorini on Thursday and sank on Friday, authorities said.

    Boat race festival in Jiangsu

    Thousands of paddlers compete during a boat race festival on the Zhenhu Lake in Jiangyan, East China's Jiangsu Province April 7, 2007. The event, which originated in the Ming Dynasty (1644-1911) attracted some 100,000 visitors from home and abroad. (newsphoto)

    Award ceremony promotes sportsmanship

    China's 110-m hurdler and Olympic champion Liu Xiang holds a trophy to celebrate after he is named Sportsman of the Year during an award ceremony organized by China Central Television (CCTV) in Beijing April 7, 2007.


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