Chinese vice premier meets with IMF chief, U.S. business leaders

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, also chief of the Chinese side of the China-U.S. comprehensive economic dialogue, met with U.S. business leaders and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief in Washington on Wednesday afternoon.


5th China Helicopter Exposition opens in Tianjin

The 5th China Helicopter Exposition opened Thursday in northern China's Tianjin Municipality, highlighting international market-oriented cooperation.

China smash Guam 7-0 at World Cup qualifier

China beat Guam 7-0 in their first home game at the Qatar 2022 World Cup Asian qualifiers at the Tianhe Sports Center in Guangzhou on Thursday.

Chinese naval destroyer arrives in Japan for int'l fleet review

Chinese naval destroyer Taiyuan arrived in Sagami Bay, southwest of Tokyo in Japan on Thursday to join an international fleet review scheduled for Oct. 14.

5 killed, 7 wounded in IS attack in eastern Iraq

Five people were killed and seven wounded on Thursday in a gunfire and bomb attack by Islamic State (IS) militants in the eastern Iraqi province of Diyala, a security source said.

Winston Churchill's partly-smoked cigar to go up for auction

A partly-smoked cigar believed to have been discarded by Britain's legend Prime Minister Winston Churchill will go up for auction in December.?

CMG releases 4K video of National Day events in minority languages

China Media Group (CMG), China's state radio and television broadcaster, released 4K high-definition video productions of the country's National Day celebrations with commentary in five minority languages on Thursday.

Humans will not 'migrate' to other planets, Nobel winner says

Humans will never migrate to a planet outside of Earth's solar system because it would take far too long to get there, Swiss Nobel laureate Michel Mayor said Wednesday.

US moves 2 British IS members known as 'Beatles' from Syria

Two British militants believed to be part of an Islamic State group that beheaded hostages and was known as "The Beatles" have been moved out of a detention center in Syria and are in American custody.

UK and Irish leaders to meet in bid to break Brexit stalemate

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will on Thursday meet his Irish counterpart for last-ditch Brexit talks, with just days left to strike an EU divorce deal and both sides blaming each other for an impasse.

S.Korea to hold trade talks with Japan over export curbs

South Korean official will hold trade talks with Japan this week in Switzerland over Japan's export curbs on South Korea, which caused trade spat and led Seoul to file a complaint against Tokyo with the WTO.

China-Europe freight train adds new route to Belgium

The eastern Chinese city of Yiwu, home to the world's leading small commodities market, opened a new freight train route to Belgium's Liege on Wednesday.

UNHCR pledges to work with S. Africa on refugee issue

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) pledged on Wednesday to work with the South African government in providing protection to refugees.



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