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Premier visits Shaanxi resettlement homes

[2014-01-26 18:23]

Premier Li Keqiang visited a poverty-stricken county in Shaanxi province on Sunday, highlighting the government's ongoing efforts at poverty alleviation, which were adjusted on Saturday with the issuance of new national guidelines.

CPC to curb surplus official appointments

[2014-01-26 17:22]

The Organization Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee will launch a special campaign to rule out appointment and promotion of officials beyond quota this year.

Xi's trip to Sochi to promote China-Russia ties

[2014-01-26 16:07]

Chinese President Xi Jinping's attendance at the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympic Games will inject impetus into China-Russia relations, Chinese Ambassador to Russia Li Hui has said.

Xi, Obama likely to meet on three occasions in 2014

[2014-01-26 14:50]

The presidents of China and the United States will possibly meet on the sidelines of three international conferences, a former Chinese ambassador to the United State has said.

2014 diplomatic strategy outlined at Davos

[2014-01-26 07:21]

Focus will be on relations with EU, Russia and US, foreign minister says

Terrorists behind twin explosions in Xinjiang

[2014-01-26 07:21]

Two explosions in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region's Aksu prefecture on Friday have been deemed terrorist attacks and the death toll has risen from three to 12, local authorities said on Saturday.

Liu Yunshan stresses scientific innovation

[2014-01-25 19:56]

Senior Party leader Liu Yunshan on Saturday paid a visit to three scientists who have been awarded China's top science prize.

Xi Jinping to lead national security commission

[2014-01-24 19:39]

President Xi Jinping will head the national security commission, the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee decided on Friday.

Army, people urged to unite

[2014-01-25 08:45]

Vice premier Zhang Gaoli on Friday called for army staff and the people to come closer together and pool more strength to advance national defense and economic development.

Japanese group seeks to sue PM over shrine visit

[2014-01-25 03:09]

A civic group in Osaka, Japan, is expected to file a lawsuit against Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for visiting the Yasukuni Shrine on Dec 26, claiming the visit has brought trauma to the group.

Abe floats hawkish plan

[2014-01-25 03:09]

China has denounced Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's latest remarks on the Diaoyu Islands and China's Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) over the East China Sea.

Chinese FM emphasizes importance of cooperation between China, WEF

[2014-01-25 01:50]

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met Friday with Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF) during its annual event, expressing his hope for WEF to continue focus on and support Chinese reform process.

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