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Philippine court convicts 9 Chinese fishermen

[2014-11-24 18:18]

Nine Chinese fishermen were convicted by a court in western Philippine province of Palawan for poaching on Monday. The court imposed a penalty of $2,700 each and/or imprisonment.

China reaffirms friendship, co-op with Pacific island countries

[2014-11-23 08:46]

Chinese President Xi Jinping reaffirmed China's traditional friendship with Pacific island countries Saturday, pledging continued support and assistance to those countries in developing economy, building infrastructural facilities and tackling climate change.

Media reveals aircraft carrier base spying case

[2014-11-23 19:56]

A Chinese man who had been arrested for taking photos of an aircraft carrier base and selling them to a foreign spy is awaiting trial, CCTV reports.

Internet regulation should have force of law: experts

[2014-11-22 08:33]

Rules governing the Internet should be upgraded into laws to protect the privacy of netizens, improve the development of the network and reduce the number of online attacks.

Regional military chiefs hail Beijing's security proposal

[2014-11-22 06:56]

China proposed on Friday that disputes in the Asia-Pacific region be tackled by an efficient crisis management and control mechanisms.

China calls for crisis management at a high-end dialogue

[2014-11-21 19:30]

China proposed that disputes in the Asia-Pacific region be tackled by "an efficient crisis management and control mechanism" at a major defense policy forum held in Beijing, a move that won widespread acclaim from military chiefs and leading defense specialists in the region.

Premier Li visits bookstore in E China

[2014-11-21 18:05]

Premier Li Keqiang visited a bookstore in Hangzhou's Grand Canal area, and stressed the importance of books for society in general. Li's remarks, which were greeted with enthusiasm, were delivered during a visit to Zhejiang province.

China wants its voice heard in cyberspace

[2014-11-21 07:36]

China is considering setting up its own rules in cyberspace in order to have its voice better heard in the fast-growing Internet sphere.

Watchdog member suspected of corruption

[2014-11-21 07:37]

A senior official from Hebei province and a member of the country's top watchdog organization has been placed under investigation for suspected corruption, disciplinary authorities said on Thursday.

China's first wife Peng receives honorary doctorate in New Zealand

[2014-11-21 07:27]

Peng Liyuan, wife of China's President Xi Jinping, receives an honorary doctorate at Massey University in Wellington, November 20, 2014.

Official in S. China under bribery probe

[2014-11-20 21:39]

An official in South China's Guangdong province is being investigated for taking bribes, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate.

Premier Li pledges government support for e-commerce

[2014-11-20 19:29]

China will do its utmost to support e-commerce development and establish rules for online businesses to operate in a clear and fair manner, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday.

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