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  • At least 7 people missing in Macao boat accident

    A suspected people-smuggling boat carrying about 17 people capsized off Macao on China's southeastern coast on Friday. Ten people have been rescued, leaving seven or eight people still missing.

  • Press center ready for China's annual political sessions

    With the annual sessions of the National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference National Committee just days away, the press center for the events is up and running, and the first wave of journalists have already been given their press passes.

  • China's FM: No external interference in HK affairs

    China's Foreign Ministry has warned Britain and other nations to stay out of China's domestic affairs, specifically issues surrounding Hong Kong.

  • Remembering Shanghai's trailblazing reformer

    The idea of Rule of Law and judicial reform has been on the government's agenda since the new leadership took office in 2013. Last June, Shanghai was chosen to pilot a program aimed at promoting judicial independence.

  • Unified system to take effect on March 1st

    After seven years in the making, China is finally set to implement property registration rules on Sunday. 15 cities are included in the pilot program that will take effect on March 1st.

  • US flies surveillance plane over South China Sea

    Philippine authorities say the United States has flown its most advanced surveillance plane from a military base in the Philippines over flashpoint areas of the South China Sea.


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