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No Prosecution on Leukemia Patient for Buying Pills Overseas
China2015/02/27 19:20:19February 28 2015 13:15:30

No Prosecution on Leukemia Patient for Buying Pills Overseas

A local procuratorate in the city of Yuanjiang in South China's Hunan Province has decided not to prosecute a leukemia patient for helping his fellow patients buy unapproved drugs from abroad.

Shanghai Maths Book to Be Exported to UK
China2015/02/27 19:17:38February 28 2015 13:15:30

Shanghai Maths Book to Be Exported to UK

A famous supplementary textbook on maths from Shanghai will soon be published in the UK this year, as part of the country's efforts to learn from the city's world-class mathematics teaching methods.

China Sentences 13,000 Human Traffickers in Five Years
China2015/02/27 19:13:03February 28 2015 13:15:30

China Sentences 13,000 Human Traffickers in Five Years

More than 55 percent of human traffickers convicted in the past five years received imprisonment in excess of five years or even death penalty, the Supreme People's Court said.

China Issues 4G FDD-LTE Licenses
Business2015/02/27 19:10:30February 28 2015 13:15:30

China Issues 4G FDD-LTE Licenses

China licensed FDD-LTE networks, the fourth-generation mobile standard network preferred by China Telecom and China Unicom, on Friday.

Afghan Avalanches Claim 216 Lives
World2015/02/27 19:06:41February 28 2015 13:15:30

Afghan Avalanches Claim 216 Lives

Chilly weather coupled with heavy snowfall and avalanches have claimed 216 lives including women and children across the mountainous Afghanistan, chief of Natural Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Deam Kakar said Friday.

Beijing Considers Free Parking for Electric Cars
China2015/02/27 14:57:07February 28 2015 13:15:30

Beijing Considers Free Parking for Electric Cars

Electric car drivers may soon be able to enjoy cheaper or even free parking in Beijing.

China Asks Philippines to Be Fair on National Grid
China2015/02/27 11:05:51February 28 2015 13:15:30

China Asks Philippines to Be Fair on National Grid

The Chinese government is calling on authorities in the Philippines to be fair to Chinese firm operating in the country.

Consumption Becomes Key Driver of China's Economy
Business2015/02/27 11:03:14February 28 2015 13:15:30

Consumption Becomes Key Driver of China's Economy

Domestic consumption surpassed investment to become the strongest driving force of the Chinese economy in 2014, indicating a new growth model has already started forming as the country enters a "new normal" development era, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday.

Undeliverable Mail Packages Sold on Streets
China2015/02/27 11:00:58February 28 2015 13:15:30

Undeliverable Mail Packages Sold on Streets

Beijing's postal authorities are in the town of Shengfang in north China's Hebei province for an investigation over dozens of mail packages sold on the streets.

Japan's Jobless Rate Worsens by 0.2 Points in January
World2015/02/27 10:58:13February 28 2015 13:15:30

Japan's Jobless Rate Worsens by 0.2 Points in January

The unemployment rate in Japan for January worsened to 3.6 percent from the read of 3.4 in the previous month, said the government here on Friday.

Writer Accuses
Showbiz2015/02/27 10:45:15February 28 2015 13:15:30

Writer Accuses "Wolf Totem" of Misrepresenting His Culture

Chinese movie "Wolf Totem", an adaptation of the best-selling novel, has been criticized by a Mongolian writer.

Guangdong to Raise Minimum Wage by 19%
Business2015/02/27 09:34:42February 28 2015 13:15:30

Guangdong to Raise Minimum Wage by 19%

South China's Guangdong province is to raise the minimum wage by an average 19 percent from May to combat a labor shortage and rising living costs.

Liaoning Opens with CBA Playoff Win
Sports2015/02/27 09:28:14February 28 2015 13:15:30

Liaoning Opens with CBA Playoff Win

The first game of the best-of-5 CBA semi-final between Qingdao and Liaoning took place on Thursday in Shandong.

Chinese Police Crack Banknote Forgery Case
China2015/02/26 20:16:10February 28 2015 13:15:30

Chinese Police Crack Banknote Forgery Case

Police in south China's Guangdong Province have arrested eight suspects and confiscated counterfeit banknotes with a face value of 130 million yuan (21 million U.S. dollars), according to the Ministry of Public Security.

Avalanches Kill 120 in Afghanistan
World2015/02/26 20:13:33February 28 2015 13:15:30

Avalanches Kill 120 in Afghanistan

The death toll has risen to more than 120 while several of others still missing after avalanches struck villages in eastern Afghan province of Panjshir, police said on Wednesday.

New Rule to Give Suspects on Trial More Respect
China2015/02/26 20:07:37February 28 2015 13:15:30

New Rule to Give Suspects on Trial More Respect

China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) announced on Thursday that it would forbid suspects on trial from wearing prison uniforms or clothes that would indicate that they are suspects in criminal cases in a move to better protect the rights of the accused, Xinhua News Agency reported on Thursday.

Anbang Buys Manhattan Office Tower
Business2015/02/26 20:03:58February 28 2015 13:15:30

Anbang Buys Manhattan Office Tower

Chinese insurance company Anbang has bought an office tower, reportedly for between 4 to 5 hundred million U.S. dollars in Manhattan.

China to Improve Toilets at Tourist Sites
China2015/02/26 20:00:34February 28 2015 13:15:30

China to Improve Toilets at Tourist Sites

China will build 13,000 new toilets and renovate another 9,000 in 2015 at tourist sites to upgrade the notorious facilities, tourism authorities announced on Thursday.

Lippi Resigns as Coach of Guangzhou Evergrande
Sports2015/02/26 19:55:03February 28 2015 13:15:30

Lippi Resigns as Coach of Guangzhou Evergrande

Marcello Lippi on Thursday resigned as the coach and the technical director of Chinese Super League champions Guangzhou Evergrande.

Polish Court Adjourns Roman Polanski's Extradition Case
World2015/02/26 10:41:11February 28 2015 13:15:30

Polish Court Adjourns Roman Polanski's Extradition Case

A court in Poland has adjourned filmmaker Roman Polanski's extradition case until April.

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