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News Archive --- Date:20070409


China

  • Chinese vice FM discusses Darfur with U.S. deputy secretary of state (21:47, April 09, 2007)
  • Chinese top advisor meets with Vietnamese National Assembly chairman (21:45, April 09, 2007)
  • Wen's Japan visit to further strengthen mutually beneficial ties: Japanese official (21:44, April 09, 2007)
  • Chinese senior legislator meets Japanese guests (21:40, April 09, 2007)
  • China proposes proper solution to boundary issue with Vietnam (21:40, April 09, 2007)
  • Some suggestions on employment law target foreigners (21:14, April 09, 2007)
  • Chinese President pledges "all-out support" for Tsang (21:50, April 09, 2007)
  • Chinese expertise to boost Zambian export prospects (20:22, April 09, 2007)
  • China's leaders call for intensified battle against corruption (20:21, April 09, 2007)
  • Local official expelled from CPC, government job for having extra kids (16:11, April 09, 2007)
  • Special envoy of Chinese government visits Darfur in western Sudan  (17:03, April 09, 2007)
  • Sudanese president receives Chinese special envoy (17:04, April 09, 2007)
  • Sudanese president meets Chinese special envoy over Darfur (17:03, April 09, 2007)
  • UAE FM arrives China for official visit (10:02, April 09, 2007)
  • China officially appoints new Hong Kong Chief  (12:51, April 09, 2007)
  • Senior official stresses China's need for developing "soft power" (08:08, April 09, 2007)
  • Macao CE leaves for Southeast Asia tour  (08:07, April 09, 2007)
  • Donald Tsang arrives in Beijing to receive instrument of appointment (08:06, April 09, 2007)
  • Chinese students in Japan look forward to Premier Wen's "ice-melting visit" (08:05, April 09, 2007)
  • Hu congratulates new KMT chairman  (16:55, April 09, 2007)
  • Soil survey to monitor pollution  (16:55, April 09, 2007)
  • Abe vows to face up to history  (16:56, April 09, 2007)
  • Zheng Xiaoyu to go on trial for graft  (16:57, April 09, 2007)



  • Business

  • European private equity Permira eyes Chinese market (20:28, April 09, 2007)
  • Thailand, Macao SAR signs MOUs to promote trade, tourism cooperation (20:19, April 09, 2007)
  • Russia rules out OPEC-like gas deal to be inked in Qatar (19:27, April 09, 2007)
  • Global retail giants well perform in Vietnam (19:26, April 09, 2007)
  • Cambodian rice production up 4 pct in 2006 (19:25, April 09, 2007)
  • S.Korea says free trade pact on goods with ASEAN to take effect in June (19:24, April 09, 2007)
  • Marine sector produces 10 pct of China's GDP (18:19, April 09, 2007)
  • Banks in Vietnam report high growth in Q1 (18:19, April 09, 2007)
  • ECO to meet on privatization in Islamabad (17:29, April 09, 2007)
  • Dollar hovers at lower 119 yen in Tokyo (17:26, April 09, 2007)
  • Private banking services now available in Beijing (16:39, April 09, 2007)
  • McDonalds to form union in first half of year (16:35, April 09, 2007)
  • Malaysia records higher trade surplus in February  (16:29, April 09, 2007)
  • Malaysia's IPI down 0.2 pct for Feb. (16:28, April 09, 2007)
  • Chinese shares close at record high (20:25, April 09, 2007)
  • Trade between UAE, Malaysia hits 3. 44 bln USD in 2006 (15:46, April 09, 2007)
  • Dubai's Emirates Airline postpones onboard calling service (15:43, April 09, 2007)
  • Myanmar, Thailand plan border wholesale markets (15:03, April 09, 2007)
  • Sales of automaker FAW rises 25.2 percent in Q1 (15:02, April 09, 2007)
  • Indonesian air force to ground aging planes (15:00, April 09, 2007)
  • ADB to fund private sector projects in Bangladesh (14:59, April 09, 2007)
  • Britain wishes to sign Treaty of Amity and Cooperation with ASEAN: report (14:56, April 09, 2007)
  • Sales of automaker FAW rises 25.2 percent in first quarter (14:42, April 09, 2007)
  • Chinese firms expected to invest in Vietnam's bauxite, energy (13:48, April 09, 2007)
  • Inflation climbs on food price hike in Bangladesh (13:47, April 09, 2007)
  • Feature: Japanese travel agencies offer more China tours  (13:46, April 09, 2007)
  • Switzerland wants free trade deal with China (10:27, April 09, 2007)
  • China's retail sales may rise 14.5 pct in 2007, says industry association (08:13, April 09, 2007)
  • Dealers, NOC agree to resume supply of LP gas in Nepali capital (08:12, April 09, 2007)
  • Pakistan intends to import 1,000 MW electricity from Iran (08:11, April 09, 2007)
  • China's home-made car sales surge 22 pct in first quarter (08:10, April 09, 2007)
  • American firms focus on Chinese medium-sized cities (08:10, April 09, 2007)
  • CDB will bankroll environmental protection in 2006-10 period (08:09, April 09, 2007)
  • China Exclusive: World stock exchanges go hunting in China (08:09, April 09, 2007)
  • Survey: Most home buyers unhappy  (17:16, April 09, 2007)
  • New rules on Taiwan trading  (17:16, April 09, 2007)



  • World

  • Ahmadinejad says Iran among producers of nuclear fuel at industrial level in the world (08:05, April 10, 2007)
  • Over 3 million Afghans return to Pakistan since 2002: UNHCR (21:53, April 09, 2007)
  • Iran has done due obligations to IAEA: president (21:53, April 09, 2007)
  • Surayud government's popularity remains gloomy: Poll (21:50, April 09, 2007)
  • Russian PM to visit Pakistan (21:49, April 09, 2007)
  • Extortion case filed against former Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina (21:48, April 09, 2007)
  • Iran's uranium enrichment enters industrial level (21:47, April 09, 2007)
  • Restricted Iranian official visits Russia (21:12, April 09, 2007)
  • Nepali PM calls for national unity and reconciliation (20:18, April 09, 2007)
  • Presidential election successful in Timor-Leste (20:16, April 09, 2007)
  • A Bangladeshi army peacekeeper killed in road accident in Congo (20:14, April 09, 2007)
  • PFLP warns of new violence if security plan fails (19:23, April 09, 2007)
  • Pro-immigration group demands legalization of illegal immigrants in U.S. (19:22, April 09, 2007)
  • S. Korea to decide timing of troop withdrawal from Iraq by June (19:20, April 09, 2007)
  • A training aircraft crashes in Bangladesh, pilot killed (21:11, April 09, 2007)
  • Fire guts camp in war-ravaged northern Uganda, leaving about 6,000 homeless (18:24, April 09, 2007)
  • Palestinian-Israeli prisoner swap comprises three phases: report (19:38, April 09, 2007)
  • Pakistan, India renew Samjhota Express contract (18:23, April 09, 2007)
  • Malaysia yet to nominate Commonwealth secretary-general candidate: FM (18:22, April 09, 2007)
  • Salvadorian president hails controvercial U.S.-Brazil biofuel plan (17:09, April 09, 2007)
  • Chopper carrying influential Filipino senatorial candidate crash-lands (17:07, April 09, 2007)
  • Tanzania nabs 37 illegal immigrants in south (17:04, April 09, 2007)
  • Iraqis rally in Shiite holy cities for anti-American march (17:02, April 09, 2007)
  • Indonesia ready to cooperate with elected Timor Leste leader: spokesman (17:02, April 09, 2007)
  • Positive developments witnessed in Darfur despite challenges (16:44, April 09, 2007)
  • Ship seized by Somali pirates due in Mombasa this week (16:43, April 09, 2007)
  • Philippine military chief says infighting likely in Sulu barracks shooting (16:42, April 09, 2007)
  • Thai PM in hospital, spokesman denies resignation (16:28, April 09, 2007)
  • Death toll of Turkish soldiers rises in clash with Kurdish rebels (16:04, April 09, 2007)
  • Clash leaves Afghan police, 3 insurgents dead (16:03, April 09, 2007)
  • 2 Bali bomb suspects escape raid on lair by troops: military (16:02, April 09, 2007)
  • 2nd convention of Federation of National Cottage Industries of Nepal  (16:02, April 09, 2007)
  • Timor-Leste people enthusiastically vote hoping for stability (15:22, April 09, 2007)
  • Nepali PM to launch NC election campaign (15:21, April 09, 2007)
  • Japanese envoy to Philippines says lessons of WWII not to be forgotten (13:54, April 09, 2007)
  • Ex-Gurkhas of Nepal to start fresh legal battle against British government (13:30, April 09, 2007)
  • Nepali PM warns to sack corrupt ministers (13:10, April 09, 2007)
  • Election observation committee formed in Nepal (13:07, April 09, 2007)
  • CPN-UML head calls for merger of two armies in Nepal (13:06, April 09, 2007)
  • Philippine police record 46 election-related violent incidents (13:05, April 09, 2007)
  • Nepali ECDC set to recommend to have 241 members in CA through elections (11:26, April 09, 2007)
  • 42 percent of French still wavering about approaching election (11:25, April 09, 2007)
  • Salvadorian president hails controvercial U.S.- Brazil biofuel plan (11:24, April 09, 2007)
  • Protestors rally in Spain over cameraman's death in Iraq (10:59, April 09, 2007)
  • Dominica's president, Clinton meet in Dominican Republic (10:30, April 09, 2007)
  • Spanish government urges ETA to renounce violence (10:29, April 09, 2007)
  • S. Korea, New Zealand conducting joint maritime drills (10:28, April 09, 2007)
  • East Timorese begin presidential election (09:28, April 09, 2007)
  • Iraqi official's book blasts U.S. failures in Iraq (09:26, April 09, 2007)
  • Three Turkish soldiers killed in clash with Kurdish rebels (09:26, April 09, 2007)
  • AL official hopes Iraq conferences can help achieve reconciliation (09:25, April 09, 2007)
  • Six U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq (09:23, April 09, 2007)
  • U.S. Senator calls for engaging Syria (09:21, April 09, 2007)
  • Hezbollah leader says Lebanon crisis to continue (09:21, April 09, 2007)
  • Iraqis eye bleak security prospect four years after Saddam statue fall (09:20, April 09, 2007)
  • 6 NATO soldiers killed in S. Afghanistan (09:18, April 09, 2007)
  • Egypt opposed to "gas OPEC" (09:17, April 09, 2007)
  • U.S. allows Ethiopia to strike arms deal with DPRK: report (09:15, April 09, 2007)
  • 2 bomb attacks injure 4 Pakistani security officials (09:01, April 09, 2007)
  • Shintaro Ishihara reelected as Tokyo governor (09:00, April 09, 2007)
  • Int'l troops to withdraw from Cote d'Ivoire in mid-April: report (08:59, April 09, 2007)
  • East Timorese expect election to bring stability, jobs (08:58, April 09, 2007)
  • U.S. official visits Somalia as show of support for leaders: report (08:57, April 09, 2007)
  • Nigeria provides 250,000 rechargeable lamps for April elections (08:56, April 09, 2007)
  • Iran vows to preserve "obvious rights" over enrichment work (08:55, April 09, 2007)
  • 2 Afghan soldiers, 2 Taliban militants killed in E. Afghanistan (08:54, April 09, 2007)
  • One killed in explosion in northeastern India (08:53, April 09, 2007)
  • 3 Afghans working for NATO troops killed by militants (08:51, April 09, 2007)
  • Mahara appointed Nepali gov't spokesperson (08:50, April 09, 2007)
  • Kidnapped Afghan journalist killed: Taliban (08:41, April 09, 2007)
  • Indonesian arrives in Egypt on motorbike global peace ride (08:40, April 09, 2007)
  • International troops in Timor-Leste criticized for lack of nerve in overcoming violence (08:39, April 09, 2007)
  • Iran says no intention to meet with U.S. at next Iraq conference (08:37, April 09, 2007)
  • Palestinian government demands to bring refugees from Iraq (08:36, April 09, 2007)
  • Progress in swap between Palestinian prisoners, captive Israeli soldier: Hamas (08:35, April 09, 2007)
  • Suicide attack against Coalition forces leaves bomber dead in Afghanistan (08:31, April 09, 2007)
  • Palestinian shot wounded after stabbing two Israelis in Hebron (08:30, April 09, 2007)
  • Blair fails to improve Britain in 10 years of office: poll (08:29, April 09, 2007)
  • U.S. delegation arrives in DPRK for visit (08:28, April 09, 2007)
  • Cambodian retired king returns home from Beijing (08:27, April 09, 2007)
  • Hamas supports forming national security council (08:26, April 09, 2007)
  • "Gas OPEC" not likely to emerge in Doha (08:25, April 09, 2007)
  • Suicide car bomb hits Baghdad market, kills five (08:23, April 09, 2007)
  • Insurgents burn school, child care center in southern Thailand (08:22, April 09, 2007)
  • 15 people killed in rocket attack on town south of Baghdad (08:21, April 09, 2007)
  • US presidential runner in Pyongyang  (16:56, April 09, 2007)
  • Iraqi PM barred from Iran airspace  (16:58, April 09, 2007)
  • Hamas draws up soldier swap list  (17:00, April 09, 2007)
  • Storm as freed sailors allowed to sell their stories  (17:01, April 09, 2007)



  • Opinion

  • Why has the deposit reserve ratio been raised so frequently? (16:36, April 09, 2007)



  • Sports

  • Nigerian players need more exposure: Polish tennis stars (21:20, April 09, 2007)
  • Indonesia's Persik vows attacking football against Sydney FC (21:19, April 09, 2007)
  • Nigeria kick-boxing federation invites 63 for AAG camp (21:18, April 09, 2007)
  • Tennis player laments Nigeria's poor preparations (21:18, April 09, 2007)
  • Cambodia to host international golf match to attract tourists (19:33, April 09, 2007)
  • Past Yanga faring in Champions League against N.Africans (16:38, April 09, 2007)
  • Youths attend mini-marathon race in S. Afghanistan (16:37, April 09, 2007)
  • Polish diplomat family register first for Beijing Olympic tour (16:36, April 09, 2007)
  • BOCOG to invite 10 families for Olympic site-seeing (16:34, April 09, 2007)
  • Ethiopians get ready for exciting road running season (16:31, April 09, 2007)
  • Indonesia's WBA champion Chris John expects U.S. fight (14:09, April 09, 2007)
  • France's Golovin claims first career title at Amelia Island (11:26, April 09, 2007)
  • Zimbabwe wins gold in Wheelchair Challenge Race (09:36, April 09, 2007)
  • Peru Davis Cup tennis team defeats Mexico 3-2 (08:44, April 09, 2007)
  • Pan-Am judo championship attracts 21 countries and regions (08:43, April 09, 2007)
  • Canadian doubles pair defeat Brazilians in Davis Cup tennis (08:42, April 09, 2007)
  • Finland defeats Cyprus 3-2 in Davis Cup (08:42, April 09, 2007)
  • Nigerian players told to improve concentration (08:41, April 09, 2007)
  • Uruguay crushes Ecuador 5-0 in Davis Cup tennis (08:40, April 09, 2007)
  • Uruguay's Bravo wins cycling's 64th Tour of Uruguay (08:40, April 09, 2007)
  • Argentine soccer's Boca beats Velez, catches league leader (08:38, April 09, 2007)
  • Mexico City soccer teams America, Pumas draw 1-1 (08:36, April 09, 2007)
  • Egypt invites Palestinian PM to attend Arab Games (08:36, April 09, 2007)
  • Brazilian Emerson returns to field for Real Madrid (08:35, April 09, 2007)
  • Australian cricket team set to tour Zimbabwe (08:28, April 09, 2007)
  • Zimbabwean athletics team shines at Anoca, picks four medals (08:28, April 09, 2007)
  • Evaluation team to visit Nigeria for 2014 Commonwealth Games (08:27, April 09, 2007)
  • Filipino boxer wins WBO Asia Pacific Youth flyweight title (08:26, April 09, 2007)
  • Olympic canoeing champion Yang makes hat trick in national champions tourney (08:26, April 09, 2007)
  • Filipino boxer wins WBO Asia Pacific Youth flyweight title (08:25, April 09, 2007)
  • Spanish title race wide open after Zaragoza stun Barcelona  (19:31, April 09, 2007)
  • Mourinho baits Ferguson over fixtures row  (19:32, April 09, 2007)
  • Alonso leads McLaren's perfect day  (19:33, April 09, 2007)



  • Science & Technology

  • Chinese county enhances efforts to preserve rare ancient characters (21:21, April 09, 2007)
  • World's second Boer goat cloned from somatic cells born in China (21:16, April 09, 2007)
  • Google updates Chinese writing system after claims infringing rival database (20:27, April 09, 2007)
  • China's top 10 archeological findings for 2006 unveiled (16:35, April 09, 2007)
  • 5th space tourist to treat ISS crew Martha Stewart meal   (15:35, April 09, 2007)
  • Worldwide species catalog project tops 1 million  (15:29, April 09, 2007)
  • Scientists see U.N. climate report too soft: report (11:12, April 09, 2007)



  • Life

  • World Book takes on Encyclopaedia Britannica in China (19:30, April 09, 2007)
  • Hospital director in Shenzhen fired after overcharging probe (19:29, April 09, 2007)
  • Chinese urbanites increasingly fear marriage  (16:34, April 09, 2007)
  • Archaeologists excavate past glories from north China tombs (15:40, April 09, 2007)
  • Myanmar determines to eradicate dangerous diseases (15:41, April 09, 2007)
  • Fewer Vietnamese localities affected by foot-and-mouth disease (14:11, April 09, 2007)
  • Nepal steps up efforts to lure more kids to schools (14:10, April 09, 2007)
  • Cambodia s seventh death over bird flu isolated: official (10:28, April 09, 2007)
  • Two new cases of E. coli confirmed in California (08:18, April 09, 2007)
  • "Blades of Glory" tops box office in N. America (08:17, April 09, 2007)
  • Disney yet to decide location of second park in China: company official (08:16, April 09, 2007)
  • Bloodsuckers arrested in Guangdong  (17:15, April 09, 2007)



  • Photo

    Gong Li becomes holder of fancy flat in Shanghai

    World famous actress Gong Li attends the inauguration ceremony of an apartment building in Shanghai, becoming one of the first batch of holders, April 6, 2007. According to sources, the fancy building with selling price at 8,000 U.S. dollars per square meter, is the year's most luxurious in Shanghai. Gong Li, seen in this picture, receives her apartment key from the developer.

    Bear cub - apple of everyone's eye

    A four-month-old polar bear cub walks unsteadily in the enclosure at a Berlin's zoo, April 8, 2007. As the only bear born of artifical breeding in 30 years in Germany's zoos, it becomes the apple of everyone's eye.

    5th space tourist to treat ISS crew Martha Stewart meal

    U.S. space tourist Charles Simonyi (L) and Martha Stewart meet during a farewell ceremony at Baikonur Cosmodrome April 6, 2007. Stewart flew to the Soviet-era Baikonur Cosmodrome on Friday to wish good luck to her friend, Simonyi who is due to blast off to orbit on Saturday.

    5th space tourist ready for blastoff

    Space tourist Charles Simonyi of the U.S waves after a news conference the Baikonur cosmodrome April 6, 2007. Simonyi, a former software developer at Microsoft, cosmonauts Oleg Kotov and Fyodor Yurchikhin of Russia are due to blast off on board a Soyuz TMA-10 rocket from Baikonur bound for the International Space Station on April 7.

    PLA Navy holds exercise

    Anti-aircraft guns of landing ships of People��s Liberation Army Navy shoot during a war game in the East China Sea in early April 2007. The landing ship division of East China Sea Fleet of PLA Navy has improved its capability of fire strike, defense and emergency supply through various war games in recent years.

    British forces hand over military camp to Iraqi Army

    British soldiera attend a handover ceremony in Basra, 550 km south of Baghdad, April 8, 2007. British forces handed over a military camp to the Iraqi Army on Sunday.

    Man successfully swims entire Amazon River

    Slovenian marathon swimmer Martin Strel, 52, swims the final stretch across Guajara Bay that branches off the Amazon River towards the port city of Belem, at the river's mouth, April 8, 2007, 67 days after beginning his swim in the Amazon headwaters in Peru.

    Journalists call for release of kidnapped correspondent

    A Palestinian journalist attends a protest, calling for the release of kidnapped BBC correspondent Alan Johnston, in the West Bank city of Nablus April 7, 2007.

    Taliban: Kidnapped Afghan journalist killed

    A local TV broadcasts video of Afghan journalist, Ajmal Naqshbandi in Kabul, Afghanistan, April 8, 2007. A Taliban spokesman announced Sunday that militants beheaded Afghan journalist Ajmal Naqshbandi after government refused to release Taliban militants.

    20 missing after vessel collision

    Chinese maritime policemen search for survivors after a cargo ship collision in the Taizhou strait off the coast of East China's Zhejiang Province April 8, 2007. Twenty sailors on a Cambodian cargo ship were missing after their boat collided with a Chinese vessel on Sunday morning. (newsphoto)


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