- Boao forum for Asia - primier makes keynote speech.03:00
- China-CELAC forum01:44
- South China sea dispute - China warns against provocation02:29
- CHINESE PRESIDENT IN FRANCE02：47
- Chinese President Xi visits France02:24
- Search for MH37003:24
- Nuclear security summit01:32
- Ukraine tensions01:01
- Search for MH37004:26
- Searching for MH370-China Reajusts search efforts03:28
- Missing jetliner02:11
- Fatal building blast in NYC03:01
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What are the risks to shadow banking in China? How to reduce the risks of financial instability?
A long-running debate in Europe over free movement within the EU has intensified during the economic crisis.
In an exclusive interview with CNC, Karzai says he would sign the deal only if the U.S. agreed to support meaningful pea
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Scores of students have now been freed after over a hundred female students were kidnapped by Islamic militants on Tuesday in northeastern Nigeria.
Four-party talks between Russia, the European Union, the United States and Ukraine are scheduled to be held on Thursday in Geneva.
So far 179 people have been rescued and seven have been confirmed dead in what could be the country's worst maritime accident in 20 years.
Bluefin-21 - the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle, has completed its first full mission in the search for the wreckage of the missing Malaysian airliner.
A mini-sub searching for missing Malaysian flight MH370 has again been sweeping the Indian Ocean seabed after its first mission was cut short.
The Ukrainian government is mulling the possibility for a nationwide referendum on the country's federalization to ease tensions in the east.
Chinese President Xi Jinping met with visiting Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Beijing on Tuesday.
Bear farm to become rescue cen
A black bear farm in south China's Guangxi, which has been criticized for extracting bile from living bears, w
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A big fire swallowed ten shops Sunday morning in Lijiang city, a famous UNESCO Heritage Site in southwest Chin
SW China quake aftermath
The 5.3-magnitude quake that hit southwest China's Yunnan Province on Saturday morning has affected 71,200 res
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WTO Director-General Roberto Azevêdo says the sluggish pace of trade growth last year was due to a combination of flat import demand in developed econ
The "OUT ON A LIMB" awareness walk is the Foundation's latest initiative.
The Minions -- the little yellow gibberish-speaking characters -- got the Tinseltown treatment on Saturday with a special "yellow carpet" presentation
Chips can listen to bacteria
A team of Columbia University professors has accomplished a state-of-the-art integration of computer circuit technology and biology.
- Mobile tech makes cars smarter and safer
- Camera system on lunar rover
- US launches spacecraft to Mars
- Self-made solar sweepers
A closer look at "accessible" Sochi
The curtain falls on the 11th Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi.
- 2014 world snooker Haikou kicks off
- Rocket-powered bike at Toronto motorcycle show
- Hunting radio near Arctic
- Bid for Winter Olympics
China's anti-smog drive
In China, this winter has seen more and more cities choked in smog, sounding alarm over the environmental issue brought by the three decades of rapid
- Bird guardians of Poyang Lake
- Ice storm blasts US
- Saving the Sumatra tiger
- Protecting Australia’s koalas
Controversy over British rail fare hike
Britain's railways have raised their fares as of the new year, causing some public controversy.
- London Christmas lights switched on
- Rio de Janeiro's samba carnival 2014
- "Lucky locks" removed from mount
- Toronto's agricultural winter fair opens
115th anniversary of Moscow trams
It was 115 years ago that Moscow got its first public tram. Back then the cars were not powered by electricity, but were pulled by horses.
Canada has announced plans to scrap its current Immigrant Investor and Entrepreneur Programs, and replace it with a new program, which is not known yet.
Less than a year ago, the then newly sworn in U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, made it his mission to bring an end to the bitter conflict.
Bitcoin has been hitting the headlines after the Japanese bitcoin exchange Mt Gox, once the leading bitcoin exchange collapsed last Friday.
The Royal College of Nursing said the cuts were made to save money. But the Labor Party has accused the government of putting cost savings before patient safety
Hope is fading that any survivors will be found, and there are still no major leads as to the whereabouts of the aircraft or what caused it to crash.
This is the first time the painting has been shown in Asia, and admission is free.
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