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Romney to draw contrast with Obama on foreign policy

[2012-10-08 15:15]

Mitt Romney will vow to pursue a more aggressive policy toward the Middle East on Monday if elected in an attempt to draw a sharp distinction with President Barack Obama has handled Libya, Iran, Syria and the Arab-Israeli dispute.

Photos: Holiday Highlights

[2012-10-08 12:51]

The country's 119 major scenic spots attracted 34.2 million visitors during the eight-day holiday, up 20.9 percent from last year and setting a new record.

Weekly Photos: Oct 1 - 7

[2012-10-08 11:20]

Weekly Photos: Oct 1 - 7

It's Azarenka, easily

[2012-10-08 01:06]

Azarenka converted five of 12 break points while conceding five fewer unforced errors than Sharapova in a 6-3, 6-1, 86-minute victory to claim her first title in Beijing.

Private medical care gets boost

[2012-10-08 00:00]

The details of a policy that aims to encourage private investment in Beijing's medical care sector are expected to be effective by the end of this month.

Classes suspended after landslide tragedy

[2012-10-07 23:52]

The 350 schools in the county where 18 elementary students and an adult were killed in a landslide last week have been ordered to suspend classes and undergo safety checks.

PhD puts soldier in vanguard at outpost

[2012-10-07 23:34]

For the young soldiers stationed on top of Changbai Mountain in Jilin province, Zou Aimin is a comrade who stands shoulder to shoulder with them.

Another travel peak as holidays draw to an end 

[2012-10-07 17:39]

China's transport networks are expected to experience another travel peak on Sunday, when millions of holidaymakers return to home as the week-long holiday draws to an end.

Senior mainland official meets Frank Hsieh

[2012-10-07 14:25]

Chinese mainland's Taiwan affairs chief Wang Yi and Frank Hsieh from Taiwan on Saturday held a meeting which was regarded as "beneficial" by both, a mainland spokesman said.

1 killed, 34 injured in North China building blast

[2012-10-07 11:10]

Illegal manufacturing and storage of detonators triggered an explosion in a residential building of Baoding city in North China's Hebei province, which has left one killed and 34 injured by Sunday morning.

Hidden danger hazards big city living

[2012-10-07 09:19]

From sinkholes, to flooding caused by antiquated and underdeveloped drainage systems, to falling glass curtain walls: China's cities have become dangerous places to live.

Anti-China election talk may harm ties

[2012-10-07 08:31]

Harsh campaign rhetoric about China from both US presidential candidates is a big foreign policy mistake that will hurt bilateral ties.

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