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FM releases photos of Vietnam ship hitting Chinese patrol vessel

[2014-06-15 19:04]

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China for the first time released photos of Vietnam ship hitting Chinese marine surveillance vessel on June 14, 2014. These photos also recorded how Chinese ship salvage obstacles deliberately placed by Vietnam side. [Photo/]

Senior CPC official's Finland trip boosts cultural, inter-party ties

[2014-06-15 16:33]

Liu Yunshan, a senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC), wrapped up a visit to Finland on Sunday that promoted cultural and inter-party exchanges.

Former US congressman: Diaoyu Islands part of China

[2014-06-15 16:09]

The Diaoyu Islands belong to China since ancient times, former U.S. congressman David Wu said.

China sharpens 'Sword of Damocles' in anti-graft war

[2014-06-15 15:12]

The fall of a top Chinese political advisor has yet again articulated the Communist Party of China's (CPC) firm resolve to fight corruption.

Japan's accusation against China only excuse for military build-up

[2014-06-15 08:01]

Japan's recent charge that Chinese jet fighters drew "unusually close" to its military aircraft on a provocative flight over the East China Sea is simply a cover for its despicable plan for a military build-up.

Vice-chairman of CPPCC new target of probe

[2014-06-15 07:09]

CPPCC vice-chairman Su Rong is being probed for suspected grave violation of discipline and the law, China's top anti-graft watchdog announced on Saturday.

State Councilor stresses govt policy implementation

[2014-06-14 18:49]

Chinese State Councilor Yang Jing on Saturday stressed the importance of implementation of government policies, saying inspection teams from the the State Council, China's cabinet, will be dispatched nationwide to check the implementation in a serious manner.

Vice mayor of quake-hit Chinese city arrested for graft

[2014-06-14 18:39]

The former Party chief of a quake-hit city in Southwest China's Sichuan province has been arrested on corruption charges.

CPPCC Vice Chairman probed for disciplinary violations

[2014-06-14 18:19]

Su Rong, Vice Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee, is being probed for suspected disciplinary violations.

Chinese envoy rebuts Vietnam, Philippines on S China Sea

[2014-06-14 14:23]

A Chinese envoy on Friday forcefully refuted accusations made by Vietnam and the Philippines against China over the South China Sea situation.

Xi's call for 'energy revolution' supported

[2014-06-14 02:55]

Experts reacted favorably to President Xi Jinping's call on Friday to accelerate China's energy production and diversity and to raise energy efficiency.

Railways, nuclear power on agenda of Li's European visit

[2014-06-13 03:51]

China will likely explore business opportunities in the high-speed railway, nuclear power and shipbuilding industries during Premier Li Keqiang's upcoming visit to the United Kingdom and Greece, experts said.

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