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Yao Ming honored as model of youth at farewell ceremony

[2011-07-26 09:24]

Yao Ming retired from the Chinese national basketball team Monday at an unprecedented farewell ceremony held by the Chinese sports governing body, and was highly praised by State Councilor Liu Yandong.

Hot air balloons rise over London

[2011-07-26 08:13]

Hot air balloons rise into the early morning sky over London, July 25, 2011.

Norway suspect held, warns of 2 more cells

[2011-07-25 22:45]

The man who has confessed to carrying out a bombing and shooting spree that left 93 people dead in Norway will be held in isolation for four weeks after he said his terror network had two other cells.

Handstand performance attracts citizens in Taipei

[2011-07-25 16:57]

The handstand performance, as one of activities of the Huashan Acrobatics Festival, has attracted people at different ages.

Cleanup of train collision site continues

[2011-07-25 15:57]

An accident occurred on the viaduct at approximately 8.30 pm Saturday, when bullet train D301 rear-ended D3115.

Young campers get taste of military life

[2011-07-25 14:25]

Students dressed in camouflage clothing take a break during a stint practicing border patrolling at Longjing city, North China’s Jilin province, July 24, 2011.

Weekly photos: July18-July 24

[2011-07-25 10:23]

Anniversary of the peaceful liberation of Tibet,train crash,fake Apple store, new banknotes of HK dollars.

Heat and heal in summer for winter diseases

[2011-07-25 10:22]

Wang Yinhao, 5, receives cupping therapy in a hospital in Beijing's Huairou district on July 24, 2011. According to Chinese medical theory, in the hottest days of summer, cupping and plaster therapy, applied to strategic points on the body, can help combat common winter ailments.

Same-sex marriages in New York

[2011-07-25 09:55]

Freddy Zambrano (left) and Marcos Chaljub, from Queens of New York City, speak to the crowds after walking out of the Manhattan City Clerk's office with another four gay and lesbian couples. [Photo by Chen Weihua/China Daily]

Ministry spokesman bows to train victim

[2011-07-25 06:40]

Wang Yongping, a spokesman with China's Ministry of Railways, speaks at a press conference following a deadly train collision in the eastern province of Zhejiang, which left 35 people dead and 192 others injured.

At least 35 dead in E China train crash

[2011-07-24 08:04]

Death toll has risen to 35 and 210 were injured in a train crash and derailing accident late Saturday in East China's Zhejiang province.

At least 35 dead in E China train crash

[2011-07-24 08:04]

At least 35 people were killed and 210 others injured in a train crash and derailing accident.
21 trains suspended after train crash
More efforts urged to prevent accidents
Survivors recall bloody night after train crash

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