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Biggest rally in Israel's history presses PM

[2011-09-04 09:24]

Hundreds of thousands marched on Saturday for lower living costs in the largest such rally in Israel's history, bolstering a social change movement and mounting pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to take on economic reform.

Tropical Storm Lee drenches Louisiana coast

[2011-09-04 09:19]

Slow-moving Tropical Storm Lee brought torrential rains to the Louisiana coast on Saturday as the heart of the storm neared New Orleans, where flood defenses were expected to be put to the test.

Mask to help heal boy

[2011-09-03 19:35]

A woman ties a mask on a boy's head to help his burn scars heal in Hefei, Anhui province Sept 3, 2011.

China-Kazakhstan free trade center delayed

[2011-09-03 19:32]

A trans-national free trade center on the border of China and Kazakhstan has been experiencing operational delays due to slow infrastructure construction and insufficient trade policy collaboration between the two countries.

City marks 66th anniversary of Japan’s surrender

[2011-09-03 17:32]

On Sept 3,China marked the 66th anniversary of Japan's surrender in the second World War.

Dead sea life washes up on shore after oil spill

[2011-09-03 17:11]

Hebei is located by Bohai Bay, where an oil spill occurred on June 4 and is yet to be stopped. Local fishermen said a lot of young fish and other seafood products kept dying in their fishery this year.

Mooncake chess combines game and treats

[2011-09-03 16:10]

A bakery in Nanjing, South China’s Jiangsu province, sells chess pieces made from mooncakes, Sept 2, 2011.

Second plane this week skids off runway in India

[2011-09-03 10:34]

A Turkish Airlines aircraft carrying 104 passengers skidded off the runway at Mumbai Airport on Friday.

China beats Singapore 2-1 in World Cup qualifier

[2011-09-02 22:38]

China laboured out a 2-1 comeback win over Singapore at the first group match in the third round of the 2014 World Cup Asian qualifiers here on Friday.

Tibet's new railway to open in 2014

[2011-09-02 20:36]

The 253-kilometer Lhasa-Xigaze Railway, which will start operating in 2014, is expected to improve transportation in the southwestern part of Tibet.

Mudslide halts bullet trains in E China

[2011-09-02 17:46]

A mudslide triggered by heavy rain occurred at 6:25 am Thursday near a section of railway connecting the city of Putian to Xianyou county, stopping 14 bullet trains on Thursday

E China city inundated by heavy rains

[2011-09-02 15:36]

A rescuer helps evacuate trapped residents to safety places in Putian, East China's Fujian province on Sept 1, 2011. The center of the city was flooded by heavy rains brought by Typhoon Nanmadol.

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