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China media re-model

Plans are in place for China to re-construct its media over the next 3 to 5 years. Chinas General Administration of Press and Publications said it will increase publications with an international inf...

2009/04/09 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: Industries

'China threat' theory rejected

Chinese scholars Wednesday rebutted US's allegations that China was engaged in spying and forging secret nuclear deals with foreign countries, saying these were induced by the perceived China threat w...

2009/05/22 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: CHINA

US Toxic Securities Program deadline shift

The US Treasury has extended the deadline for entry into its toxic securities investment program. The Treasury said the move is aimed at maximizing the inflow of private capital. They said the deadlin...

2009/04/09 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: Economy

Polaroid still up for grabs

The two leading bidders in a race to win Polaroid will have a second change at the pickings following a US Bankruptcy Court ruling. Polaroid creditors successfully petitioned to over-turn Thursdays wi...

2009/04/12 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: Economy

Injured Iverson to miss remainder of NBA season

Detroit Pistons guard Allen Iverson will miss the rest of the National Basketball Association season due to a sore back, announced the team on Friday. After talking with Allen and our medical staff,...

2009/04/09 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: Basketball

Yi says yay, Yao says maybe for Asian romp

New Jersey Nets power forward Yi Jianlian will return to China to compete at the Asian Championships in August, chief officials from China's basketball governing body have confirmed. Rumors have been...

2009/04/09 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: Basketball

Jennifer Aniston single and happy

The Marley and Me actress, who parted ways with John Mayer last month, showed she was over the musician when a mystery hunk caught her attention at Sir Paul McCartney's concert in New York. A source...

2009/04/09 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: Industries

Int'l meet of sexual, reproductive health rights held in Nepal

An international conference, Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights: Meeting Challenges in the Developing World, opened in the Nepali capital Kathmandu on Thursday. The meeting, the ninth inter...

2009/04/10 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: Industries

Hand-foot-mouth disease death toll rises to 17 in East China's Shandong Province

One more child has died of hand-foot-mouth disease on Wednesday in east China's Shandong Province, bringing the death toll in the province to 17, the local health authority said Thursday. As of Wednes...

2009/04/10 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: Industries

US navy, FBI respond to pirate attack off Somalia

A US warship and negotiators from the Federal Bureau of Investigation were called in to help on Thursday, one day after a U.S.-flagged cargo ship was attacked by pirates off the coast of Somalia. The ...

2009/05/22 Source: Global Times | Author: | Column: CHINA