The blaze in a chemical plant in east China's Fujian province has been put out, 21 hours after a blast there which injured six, said local authorities.
Three people were injured in a chemical plant blast in east China's Fujian Province at around 6:56 pm Monday, provincial authorities said.
The number of people visiting a memorial hall for war victims in east Chinese city of Nanjing more than doubled in the first three months this year, after China in December marked its first national memorial day for victims in a brutal massacre by Japanese invaders during the World War II.
Visitors flocked to scenic spots and parks in Beijing during the three-day holiday break, lured by a variety of activities.
A Chinese warship carrying 38 Chinese nationals and 45 Sri Lankans left Yemen's western port of al-Hodayda on Monday for Djibouti.
China will keep sending medical staff, technology and relief materials to help African countries with Ebola outbreaks as they are needed.
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Hong Kong staged an exhibition featuring photographs, documents, and interactive games Saturday on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of promulgation of the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR).
The southern Chinese city of Guangzhou has passed a regulation to allow body donors to bypass family consent requirements in the latest effort to alleviate a severe cadaver shortage in China's medical schools.
Solar Impulse 2 Round-The-World fuel-free flight pilot, Bertrand Piccard, delivered a speech on the importance of a clean energy future in Chongqing.
Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong met with visiting Thai crown princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn in Beijing on Sunday.
A district government in northeast China's Liaoning Province lost a lawsuit and has been ordered to pay compensation for levelling the family tombs of a resident, a court told Xinhua Sunday.