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iPhone 5 on shelf, Apple still highly sought after

[2012-11-05 16:30]

Employees at Shenzhen's newly opened Apple store cheer and give presents to customers as they enter the store on Nov 3, 2012. Apple opened its 7th store on the Chinese mainland in the southern boomtown of Shenzhen on Nov 3. Apple fans were enthusiastic about the new store, forming long lines before its opening. Some customers had to wait for half an hour before they could enter the store.

CPC delegates arrive in Beijing

[2012-11-05 13:42]

Delegates of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) from Tibet Autonomous Region arrive in Beijing, capital of China, on Nov 5, 2012.

'Pambassadors' raise funds for panda research

[2012-11-05 11:36]

World panda ambassadors, or "Pambassadors", held a charity bazaar in southwest China to help raise funds for their world-renowned research base.

Weekly Photos: Oct 29 - Nov 4

[2012-11-05 11:14]

Weekly Photos: Oct 29 - Nov 4

USS Enterprise completes its final voyage

[2012-11-05 10:12]

The world's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier is shutting down its reactors as its storied career comes to a close.

Man's passion documents bicycle culture

[2012-11-05 08:17]

Wang Mingxi, a bicycle collector, used to put a lot of efforts into looking for a place to keep the 370 bikes he collected from 16 countries over the past 60 years.

China snowstorms kill 2 Japanese tourists

[2012-11-05 03:35]

Two Japanese tourists were killed and one remained missing after being trapped in a snow-covered mountain in north China's Hebei Province, local authorities said late Sunday night.

Cold wave brings heavy snow, sleet to Beijing

[2012-11-04 11:26]

The capital city had witnessed snowfall, sleet, and temperature drop since Saturday night as cold current swept north China.

Romney, Obama try to eke out a win in campaign's last days

[2012-11-04 10:28]

Republican Mitt Romney and US President Barack Obama reached out to the small sliver of voters who remain undecided in the final days before election.

Young Chinese couples struggle with seperation issues

[2012-11-04 09:43]

Making good while they are young and able is driving young married couples in China apart - at least during the week.

Blizzards to hit parts of northern China

[2012-11-03 16:52]

The cold wave that has swept northwestern China is moving eastward and is expected to bring blizzards to parts of northern China, the National Meteorological Center forecast on Saturday.

Storm-crippled US Northeast struggling to recover

[2012-11-03 15:02]

With death toll exceeding 90, more than 4.6 million homes and businesses without power, and $50 billion in total damage, the hurricane-affected US Northeast is struggling to recover.

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