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Premier's first tour a success

[2013-05-28 02:10]

During Li's maiden official trip, bilateral relations with the four countries he visited were significantly strengthened and a number of agreements were signed to promote economic cooperation.

Calls for stronger pollution law

[2013-05-28 01:15]

Environmental experts are calling for a newly amended version of the nation's Atmospheric Pollution Prevention Act to curb serious atmospheric pollution.

Award winners revealed in Cannes

[2013-05-27 09:36]

"La Vie D'Adele" by French director Abdellatif Kechiche won the Palme d'Or award at the 66th Cannes Film Festival May 26, 2013.

Graduation ceremonies of West Point

[2013-05-27 06:43]

Graduating cadets sing the Army Song at the conclusion of graduation ceremonies at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, May 25, 2013.

Obama calls Oklahoma tornado's toll 'hard to comprehend'

[2013-05-27 06:29]

Barack Obama called the destruction last week's tornado wrought in Moore, Oklahoma, "hard to comprehend" and vowed to provide long-term federal help in rebuilding.

Parents of teen vandal apologize after online rage

[2013-05-27 03:31]

The parents of a teen vandal have apologized to the public for the graffiti their son scratched on a stone sculpture in an ancient temple in Egypt.

Diaoyu Islands 'have never been Japan's territory'

[2013-05-27 03:25]

The 1945 Potsdam Proclamation, a statement of terms for the unconditional surrender of Japan issued in the names of the United States, China and the United Kingdom, determined that the terms of the Cairo Declaration shall be carried out, including that China’s northeast regions, Taiwan Island, Penghu Islands and its surrounding islands, should return to China.

'Beautiful sides' of two different cultures in photos

[2013-05-27 02:59]

With dozens of exhibitions, Chinese photographer Steve Hui Zhao has become famous for showing the smiling faces of ordinary Chinese to the outside world.

Gutter oil to be used as auto fuel

[2013-05-27 02:33]

Processed gutter oil is expected to be used as bus fuel within two years in Shanghai, as part of efforts to advance a circular economy.

Experts brew ideas for China tea

[2013-05-27 02:16]

Many Westerners are likely to choose coffee, while Chinese prefer tea. But a few foreign tea experts believe tea could become increasingly popular at dinner tables around the world.

Robben shatters jinx as Bayern fulfil Euro champion dream

[2013-05-26 09:10]

Arjen Robben's last-minute goal removed the jinx that haunted his side in the past three years as Bayern Munich became the European club winner for the fifth time after a 2-1 victory over Dortmund in Saturday's first all-German Champions League final.

China closes the gap with Switzerland, Europe

[2013-05-26 08:17]

Premier Li Keqiang concludes a historic free trade agreement with Switzerland that promises to tighten ties with Europe, China's largest trade partner.
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