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Toilet occupation group is flushed with success

[2012-02-27 07:14]

Women demanding more public facilities make their voice heard.

Syrians vote on new constitution

[2012-02-27 07:11]

The goal of easing ongoing violence can only be achieved after the govt and opposition hold talks.

Bin Laden's compound demolished

[2012-02-27 07:09]

Pakistani security forces were on Sunday demolishing the compound in the garrison town of Abbottabad where Osama bin Laden was killed in May.

Cave-ins create hundreds of holes in C China

[2012-02-26 21:41]

Yiyang city in Hunan province has seen 693 karst cave-ins, including 537 in farmland and 150 in rivers. The geological disaster has affected more than 1,200 local people.

World's shortest man announced by Guinness

[2012-02-26 19:49]

Chandra Bahadur Dangi, 72, was announced as the world's shortest man living, as well as shortest person ever measured by the Guinness World Records, in Kathmandu Feb 26, 2012.

New Beijing airport touted as world's busiest

[2012-02-26 17:37]

Beijing will begin construction this year of an airport that is likely to be the world's busiest.

NBA All-Star: Jeremy Evans wins slam dunk contest

[2012-02-26 14:00]

Utah's Jeremy Evans won the Slam Dunk Contest at the NBA's All-Star Saturday night festivities.

Not an all-star, but lin still shines

[2012-02-26 09:02]

Jeremy Lin's sudden emergence came too late to make him part of this year's NBA All-Star game, but he still managed a starring role on Friday as he shared his story at a press conference before playing in the Rising Stars Challenge.

Syria condemns decisions by Friends of Syria conference

[2012-02-26 08:16]

Syria rejected and condemned all decisions and comments by the Friends of Syria conference.

15 killed in north China bus plunge

[2012-02-25 16:10]

Fifteen people have been confirmed dead after a tourist bus plunged into a ravine Saturday morning in north China's Shanxi Province, said local authorities.

'A little bit' of progress in meeting with DPRK

[2012-02-25 08:25]

BEIJING - Some progress was made as Washington and Pyongyang wrapped up their first talks since the death of Democratic People's Republic of Korea leader Kim Jong-il.

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