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Seeking clues to the universe

[2012-04-22 07:34]

In Chile's desert, building a huge astronomical array.

UN Security Council to send 300 observers to Syria

[2012-04-22 00:16]

The new resolution, drafted by Russia, is a further step to last Saturday's resolution.

Hailstorms damage thousands of SW China homes

[2012-04-21 22:55]

Hailstorms had killed 29 people across China from March to April 20, according to statistics released by the Ministry of Civil Affairs late Friday.

Lagarde praises widening daily RMB trading band

[2012-04-21 08:04]

Fund turns to BRICS economies for funding

Transforming racism into tolerance

[2012-04-21 08:04]

The objects displayed in the US state of Michigan's newest museum are united by a common theme: They are steeped in racism so intense that it makes visitors cringe.

One less step makes all the differnce

[2012-04-21 07:35]

His hair flowing, Aries Merritt skimmed the hurdles with new enthusiasm. His work ethic, diet and most importantly his approach to the first hurdle all had changed.

The bright side

[2012-04-21 07:34]

In 1993, John and Maggie Davis were working in Qionghai, Hainan province, when they got a call from a local doctor.

A glance at paramilitary training

[2012-04-20 16:21]

A soldier jumps over a barrier in training at a base in Nanjing, East China's Jiangsu province, April 19, 2012. [Photo/Asianewsphoto]

Culture along the commute

[2012-04-20 15:11]

Beijing government plans to install artworks at 58 subway stations.

Rainstorm hits Guangzhou

[2012-04-20 10:49]

A man jumps over a puddle after a rainstorm in Guangzhou, South China’s Guangdong province, on April 19, 2012.

Thai PM plants pine trees to show friendship with Beijing

[2012-04-20 10:01]

Visiting Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra planted pine trees in Beijing on Thursday to represent the friendship between China and Thailand.

A more travel-friendly globe awaits Chinese

[2012-04-20 07:28]

Lu Yong, leader of the preparatory team of the World Tourism Cities Federation, said services designated for Chinese travelers may be provided, and improved, in major world tourism cities.

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