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Romney wins Florida presidential primary

[2012-02-01 09:28]

Mitt Romney had a large lead in the Florida Republican US presidential primary on Tuesday, with nearly one third of the votes counted, television networks reported.

Plants concerned about return of migrant workers

[2012-02-01 07:27]

Companies are having to introduce better pay incentives as increasing number of employees are failing to return to work after Spring Festival.

Wedding cars cause traffic jam in E China

[2012-01-31 13:39]

.=Lines of wedding cars inch into the square of the Taizhou municipal government, East China's Zhejiang province.

Tibetan children get free heart treatment

[2012-01-31 10:26]

On Jan 27, a medical team from the Beijing-based General Hospital of the Armed Police Force sent 19 Tibetan children with congenital heart disease to the capital for free medical treatment.

Miniature manuscript by Charlotte Bronte on display

[2012-01-31 10:23]

The second issue of Young Men's Magazine contains over 4,000 words on 19 pages.

Extreme cold bites North China

[2012-01-31 10:21]

Temperatures in Hulun Buir plummeted to minus 45 centigrade after a cold front hit the city on Monday.

Man saves boy from high drop

[2012-01-31 09:36]

A man caught a teenager that dropped from a fifth floor in Handian township in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province, on Friday.

Cracker start to the year

[2012-01-30 13:57]

Many people around China set off firecrackers on Jan 29, the seventh day of the Chinese Lunar New Year, for good luck after the 7-day Spring Festival holiday.

Weekly Photos: Jan 23 - 29

[2012-01-30 11:11]

Weekly photos covering events and people in them from Jan 23 to 29.

485 'Mahatma Gandhi' kids set world record

[2012-01-30 10:40]

Children dressed as Mahatma Gandhi take part in a peace march in Kolkata January 29, 2012.

River pollution level safe but rising

[2012-01-30 07:47]

Cadmium pollution in the upper Longjiang River has entered the water conservation area in Liujiang River, pushing the cadmium level close to the highest permitted level.

Cities see surge of returning workers

[2012-01-30 07:15]

The Spring Festival ended with another travel peak as millions of travelers returned from family visits to work, raising pressure on railroads and highways.

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