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Kids helps US first lady plant White House garden

[2012-03-27 11:00]

US first lady Michelle Obama (C) works with school children from across the country who were invited to join her for the fourth annual White House Kitchen Garden spring planting on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, March 26, 2012. [Photo/Agencies]

Leaders, ministers in Seoul for nuclear summit

[2012-03-27 09:50]

South Korea hosts some 50 world leaders at a two-day nuclear security summit starting on Monday.

Cameron goes into the deep

[2012-03-27 08:25]

Hollywood director James Cameron became the first man to travel alone on the nearly 11-kilometer journey to the depths of the Mariana Trench.

Local beverage may not be everyone's cup of tea

[2012-03-27 08:00]

China's position as leading global tea exporter has been lost.

China unlikely to attend Syria meeting

[2012-03-27 07:48]

China is unlikely to attend the second "Friends of Syria" meeting scheduled to convene in Istanbul in April, according to the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

Govt to boost rates of cremation

[2012-03-27 07:32]

The downward trend for cremations in China may begin to reverse following a plan to cut or waive funeral expenses for poor households that choose cremation.

Action needed to fight nuclear terror

[2012-03-27 07:20]

The international community should cut its dependence on hazardous nuclear materials and eradicate nuclear terrorism with the aid of multilateral frameworks.

China urges restraint on Korean Peninsula

[2012-03-26 21:39]

China does not hope to see a reversal of the hard-won momentum of relaxation of tension on the peninsula.
Hu met Obama on topics: Sino-US trade frictions Iran nuke issue Violence in Syria South Sudan

German shepherd in training course

[2012-03-26 15:04]

Police officers with German shepherd dogs line up during a test.

The Deepsea Challenger submersible

[2012-03-26 11:23]

The submersible is the centerpiece of the Deepsea Challenge, a joint scientific project by explorer and "Titanic" filmmaker James Cameron, the National Geographic Society and Rolex to conduct deep-ocean research.

Bear bile protest roars into Beijing

[2012-03-26 10:47]

Protesters of bear bile extraction staged a demonstration dressed in furry costumes in downtown Beijing, March 24, 2012.

Police provide a lesson in security

[2012-03-26 07:40]

Parents in Shenyang, capital of Northeast China's Liaoning province, are seeing something new at the local schools this semester - armed police guarding the gates during the mornings and afternoons.

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