The supreme military command of the DPRK said on Tuesday that the Korean War Armistice Agreement was null as tension continued to escalate on the Korean Peninsula.
A missing baby, who was left in a car that had been stolen on Monday morning in northeast China's Jilin province, died after being strangled, local police confirmed Tuesday evening.
Shanghai plans to add 5,000 nursing room beds for the city's senior citizens by the end of this year, authorities from the Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau said at a meeting on March 4.
China faces more arduous national security tasks as changes have taken place in the international strategic situation and in the balance of power in recent years.
China again finished with the second-highest number of billionaires on Forbes magazine's annual list.
New York retailers said sales of powdered baby formula have been rising, although it's unclear if the increased demand is linked to export limits in Hong Kong, New Zealand and Australia to two cans per consumer.
Four record labels have agreed to settle a music-piracy lawsuit against two Chinese Internet companies and will begin offering free downloads in China, another milestone since the labels reached a similar licensing deal with the country's dominant search-engine provider, Baidu Inc, in 2011.
Internationalization of China's currency has gained momentum lately, such as the launch last week of offshore futures contracts deliverable in yuan by Chicago-based exchange operator CME Group Inc.
Regulators in China and the United States have resolved a nearly three-year dispute over health and sanitary certification of US dairy exports, ensuring continued shipments to a fast-growing market.
The US automotive industry, is in serious fiscal trouble. The city may soon be taken under Michigan state's control and could potentially even face bankruptcy.
"I can't sit without a project for five years, even though we are a State-owned enterprise," Wang Xiaoming said in his office in Nairobi.