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VIDEO: Premier Wen meets press on fatal train crash

07-28-2011 15:29 BJT

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao met the press Thursday on a fatal train crash in Wenzhou of eastern Zhejiang Province.

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Chinese Premier orders swift, open, transparent investigation of train crash

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Premier pledges timely, accurate information to public on train collision

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Scientific planning needed for future railway construction:Premier Wen

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Premier Wen thanks local people for rescue efforts after deadly train crash

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Thursday expressed his gratitude to local residents who volunteered to join rescue efforts in a fatal high-speed train collision in Wenzhou of eastern Zhejiang Province.Full story>>

Wen says technologies to be more reliable, confident in China's future

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Signal system designer apologizes for flaw that caused China train collision

A signal system design company apologized on Thursday for a design flaw in one of its products that allegedly caused Saturday's deadly high-speed train collision.Full story>>

Chinese premier urges solidarity, high morale to advance technology after train collision

Premier Wen Jiabao on Thursday called on the nation to learn and work harder with strong solidarity and high morale in the fields of technology, five days after Saturday's train collision killed 39 and injured nearly 200.Full story>>

Survived toddler still unaware of parents' deaths

As the last passenger rescued from the Wenzhou train collision - a 2-year-old girl - prepares to leave intensive care, doctors are withholding the news of her parents' demise to protect her from mental shock.Full story>>

Premier Wen visits toddler injured in high-speed train crash in hospital

 Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Thursday visited a toddler who was still hospitalized in ICU for injuries in the weekend high-speed train crash in Wenzhou City, east China's Zhejiang Province.Full story>>

China to severely punish those responsible for train crash: Premier Wen

China will severely punish those who are responsible for the fatal train collision, Premier Wen Jiabao said while meeting the press at the site of the accident on Thursday.Full story>>

Work safety chief leads probe into deadly train crash

Luo Lin, head of State Administration of Work Safety (SAWS), has been appointed chief of a high-level investigation group to probe into Saturday's fatal high-speed train collision in east China's Zhejiang Province.Full story>>

Full list of east China train crash fatalities released, three foreigners, four children included

The full list of 39 fatalities from the east China train collision were made public Thursday after police released the identities of the last four.Full story>>

Top priority of government is to protect people's life: Wen

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said on Thursday that the government's top priority is to "protect people's life."Full story>>

Premier Wen speaks to press on fatal train crash while suffering illness

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, who has been suffering illness for 11 days, is speaking to press at the site of the fatal train crash near Wenzhou of eastern Zhejiang Province.Full story>>

Premier Wen promises safety top priority in China's high-speed railway technology export

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China mobilizes rescue resources to aid injured in bullet train crash

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China to pay 500,000 yuan in compensation for each train crash victim

China's Ministry of Railways will pay 500,000 yuan (about 77,500 U.S. dollars) in compensation for each victim of the high-speed train crash, according to an official in charge of the compensation deal.Full story>>

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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