Headlines
·Chinese top leaders watch musical "Road to Revival"
·Wen's visit may revive nuke talks
·China, Japan, ROK pledge to advance all-round partnership
·WB chief:RMB to emerge as a major force on global market
·Population policy draws praise
·Rain-free on Oct 1 in the works
·Sinochem to acquire Nufarm
·Nation maps moon in 3D
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China
China's cabinet stresses public order, stability 
during National Day holiday

·Premier's visit might revive nuke talks
·China's population policy draws wide praise
·China expects record number of travelers in
October "golden week"

·China open to unified East Asia proposal
·Capital gets ready for H1N1 inoculations
·Rain-free day on Oct 1 in the works
·Snapshots of Tibetan medicine spa
·Lhasa's Namco scenic spot to offer tourists better services
·China.org.cn launches new, interactive website
Business
·Sinopec, BASF expand YPC project
·Asian convenience stores on frontline of economic recovery
·Kunming Special: Kunming zone: Yunnan's industrial pioneer
·Kenya, Venezuela sign oil exploration cooperation deal
·British Petroleum mulls share in China-Kuwait joint refinery project
World
·U.S. condemns Iran's missile tests
·WB chief:RMB to emerge as a major force on global market
·Honduran de facto gov't closes two mass media
·U.S. prepares for direct dialogue with Myanmar
·Empire building to turn red and yellow on China's 60th anniversary
·World Bank chief says economic crisis remaking global power relations
·U.S. probes into death of American serviceman in S Philippines
·At least 20 children injured in traffic accident in India
·New LDP chief fills key party posts
·10 killed, 40 missing in boat capsizing incident in India
Opinion
·Can G20 be institutionalized?
·Could "Tibet independence" and "Xinjiang independence" forces be colluding?
·Ensure Chinese economy "circulates smoothly"
·Guarantee development and protect resources
·Working toward a climate-smart future
·Let all Chinese live in peace and contentment
·Be loyal bodyguard of Party and intimate to masses
·CPC discusses intra-Party democracy
·Obama's headache with Afghanistan
·China to play a more positive and constructive role
Sci-Edu
·Australian gov't to inject funding for indigenous education
·Companies strongly support the European Offshore Wind Declaration
·Singapore enhances primary school education
·China's only county without optical cables
enters 3G era

·Technical glitch postpones Russia's Glonass satellite launch
·ICT exhibition to be held in Yangon
·Xinhua, China Mobile to provide handset live show on National Day
·China's new dinosaur fossil sheds light on bird origin
·China to launch communication satellite for Laos
·Extracting water from Moon possible: Indian scientist
Sports
·Obama to travel to Copenhagen for Chicago's bid for 2016 Olympics
·Safina stunned in Pan Pacific Open second round
·Australian Evans wins road world championship
·Brazil wins 2009 FIBA Americas Women's Championship
·Goias beats Gremio, assumes second place
·Ronaldo scores in Corinthians tie with Sao Paulo
·Chinese soccer revival at feet of youngsters
·Pan-Yangtze and Zhujiang and Minjiang River International Bicycle Challenge Race held in Jiangxi
·IMG signs Chinese tennis star Li Na
·Chicago mayor's wife leaves for Copenhagen
Life/Culture
·New clue into human evolution found
·Roots of Shanghai on show in region's resort
·Pressures mount as binge-drinking hits Italy
·Iraqis make most of violence lull to wed in style
·Poland okays forcible castration for pedophiles
·200 valuable porcelain artifacts found on ancient Chinese merchant vessel
·New Subway line to accelerate Beijing life
·Beijing clothes more expensive than London
Photo News
·Confucius' birthday celebrated in Taipei
·Cuba urges U.S. to match words with action
·Myanmar urges West to stop sanctions
·Philippine defense chief calls for international aid
·World Bank chief says economic crisis remaking global power relations
·U.S. condemns Iran's missile tests
·5 people killed in NW Pakistan blast
·Cranes rest in the daybreak gray and dim
·Soyuz TMA-16 spacecraft prepares to take off
·Pan-Yangtze and Zhujiang and Minjiang River International Bicycle Challenge Race held in Jiangxi
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