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'Unwise' for Vietnam to arm fishery patrol boats

[2014-08-05 06:50]

Beijing has expressed concern about Vietnam's plan to equip fishery patrol boats with "military-use weapons".

Young Uygur spurs social order

[2014-08-05 06:50]

Asanali, a young Uygur from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, has become well known in Guangzhou, the Guangdong provincial capital, since local media published stories about him.

Premier Li walks to Yunnan disaster site

[2014-08-05 02:05]

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang walked for more than 5 km on a narrow, muddy country road on Monday to reach the epicenter of the deadly earthquake that struck the remote area and oversee relief efforts.

Shenyang exhibits Sino-Japanese War map

[2014-08-04 11:26]

The Chinese city of Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, has exhibited a map drawn by the Japanese army during the 1894 and 1895 Sino-Japanese war.

Chinese peacekeepers continue to work despite Ebola outbreak

[2014-08-04 06:53]

Chinese troops on a UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia say they will remain committed in the mission despite the deadly Ebola epidemic sweeping across West Africa.

Foreign security software off China's govt procurement list

[2014-08-03 12:32]

A Chinese government procurement agency has excluded Symantec and Kaspersky, two foreign security software developers, from a security software supplier list.

Chinese courts open tip-off websites

[2014-08-03 09:15]

Zhou Qiang, president of the Supreme People's Court, says each tip-off should be taken seriously to establish the authority of the law and judicial credibility.

Chinese evacuees from Libya arrive in Greece

[2014-08-03 07:54]

A Greek warship carrying 187 people, including 79 Chinese nationals, from violence-wracked Libya reached the Greek port of Piraeus on Saturday.

Chinese fleet director hails successful RIMPAC debut

[2014-08-02 18:51]

A senior Chinese navy officer has hailed China's participation in the Rim of the Pacific naval exercises as a step towards enhancing military transparency.

Japan's naming of islands adds to lingering tension

[2014-08-02 07:52]

The Foreign Ministry said on Friday that Japan's unilateral decision to name China's Diaoyu Islands was "invalid" as it persisted in fueling lingering territorial tensions.

9 terror suspects shot dead in Xinjiang

[2014-08-02 07:36]

The group was identified by police on July 27. Local civilians volunteered to help the police in tracking down the suspects.

Japan's naming of islands illegal, invalid

[2014-08-02 06:35]

China on Friday opposed Japan's naming of five islets belonging to the Diaoyu Islands, saying the move is illegal and invalid.

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