Three people are missing after a vehicle carrying explosives blew up in a copper ore mine on Thursday morning in Yongping County in east China's Jiangxi Province, local sources said.
As many as 50,000 people die of tuberculosis annually in China, with about 1 million new cases reported each year, a health official said on Thursday.
An event to help the development of grassroots Chinese labor NGOs was held in Beijing on Wednesday.
Beijing has launched a "waste for donation" project to help poverty-stricken families in the city, Beijing Morning Post reported Wednesday.
China has published late Chairman Mao Zedong's annotations and comments on the "Twenty-Four Histories," recognized as the most authoritative works of Chinese history.
Eleven people have been confirmed dead and four others are missing after a ferry sank on Wednesday on a river in East China's Fujian province.
Over 20,000 college students have taken high-interest loans to buy fancy electronic products, mostly Apple devices, in Central China's Wuhan city.
A program focusing on HIV/AIDS transmission through needle use among drug addicts has made a successful bid for money from a government support fund for social organizations, national newspaper Health News reported on Thursday.
A rare storm has left nine people dead and 272 injured in South China's Guangdong province, local government said on Thursday.
Sixteen miners who developed pneumoconiosis after working at a coalmine in Beijing's Fangshan district received compensation on Tuesday after three years of a lawsuit.
All school buses in Shanghai are required to meet the national standard from September, according to Shanghai's education authorities.
Shanghai residents can save time lining up at hospitals through making outpatient appointments via an online platform from this year.