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2,000 women soldiers pledge security at World Expo

,000 women soldiers of the People’s Armed Police Corps of Shanghai sign their names on a banner on March 4, 2010 pledging to make contributions in their post and to ensure the security of the upcoming World Expo at a training base in Shanghai. The soldiers stand in the shape of the Expo emblem to mark their work in the upcoming Expo and to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the International Working Women’s Day in advance.

EU unveils pavilion at Shanghai Expo

The European Commission unveiled its pavilion at Shanghai Expo while a photo exhibition being held at its Brussels-based headquarters on Tuesday, mainly for the officials from the commission and European Parliament.

UK blends Olympic treats with Expo

United Kingdom's Expo 2010 pavilion will offer a preview of the 2012 London Olympics by incorporating an "Olympic Corner" in its display.

Italy to showcase 'Rome Experience' at Expo

Italy's capital will showcase the lifestyle of its people at the Shanghai 2010 World Expo, local official Francesco Maria Orsi told Xinhua in a recent interview.

Rabies jabs in run-up to Expo

The Shanghai municipal legislature has begun the discussion of a draft regulation to mandate rabies vaccinations for dogs, as the city braces itself for the opening of the Expo in May.

Pavilion's charity fund spreads Expo love

The Red Cross and Red Crescent Pavilion set up a charity fund on February 26 to support the operation and promotion of this pavilion as well as help ill or financially challenged infants, children and adolescents.

Wen: Expo promotes exchange of human civilizations

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said the upcoming Shanghai World Expo will promote exchange of human civilizations and showcase the latest achievements of civilizations around the globe.

Detail revealed for Macao's UBPA case

A five-minute film will show readers' favorite 10 characters in Kung Fu novels by Louis Cha at Tak Seng On Pawnshop, Macao's UBPA case, said an official with the Macao Special Administrative Region Government on Feb 27.

Building a better world, one emissions-free step at a time

China's ZED project to debut at the Shanghai Expo will leave no carbon footprint behind to show the world its commitment to battling climate change.

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