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Newcomers from the South Pole

[2011-04-19 10:21]

Gentoo penguins stroll inside an oceanarium in Changsha, capital of Central China's Hunan province, April 18, 2011.

Candles lit for Chernobyl after 25 years

[2011-04-19 09:12]

Belarus, Ukraine and Russia will mark the 25th anniversary of the nuclear reactor explosion in Chernobyl.

World's luxury cars show in Monaco

[2011-04-19 09:08]

The world's most prestigious luxury, sports cars and supercars are displayed in Monaco.

Washington Post photographer wins Pulitzer Prize

[2011-04-19 09:02]

Washington Post photographer wins Pulitzer Prize

Not over until the fat lady sings

[2011-04-19 09:00]

Traditional opera is enjoying a revival in Beijing thanks to some modern touches.

2011 London marathon

[2011-04-18 16:56]

Emmanuel Mutai and Mary Keitany completed a Kenyan double in the London marathon on Sunday while moving into fourth place each on the individual all-time lists

Mountain fire breaks out in E China

[2011-04-18 16:25]

A mountain fire broke out in East China's Shandong province Monday morning, spreading toward Mount Tai, according to a report from local authorities.

Snapshots: The world in 24 hours, April 17

[2011-04-18 16:24]

Snapshots: The world in 24 hours, April 17

Weekly Photos: April 11 - 17

[2011-04-18 13:40]

Fire breathing stunt, Tiger Woods in China, Yushu earthquake anniversary, BRICS summit, dogs rescued from dinner table, Hong Kong Film Awards...

The kite runners in E China

[2011-04-18 12:58]

People fly kites at an open ground in Weifang, East China's Shandong province, April 17, 2011. The 28th Weifang International Kite Festival was held on Sunday, attracting more than 100,000 people from 29 countries.

Traditional art is no monkey business

[2011-04-18 10:46]

Sun Huaizhong works on his art piece Maohou, which literally means monkey, in a rented room in Beijing, April 13, 2011. The 55-year old came from Central China's Henan province to Beijing 10 years ago and became interested in the handicraft after hearing on TV that the art is almost extinct.

17 killed, 118 injured in S China hailstorm

[2011-04-18 10:29]

At least 17 people were killed and 155 injured in south China's Guangdong province as of Monday after hailstones, cloudburst and strong wind ravaged the region.

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