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Law has to seek truth in US kidnap case

[2017-07-14 09:23]

A US federal grand jury indicted Brendt Christensen on a count of kidnapping on Wednesday in connection with the disappearance of Zhang Yingying, a 26-year-old Chinese research student at the University of Illinois, and who was last seen at its Urbana-Champaign campus on June 9.

Naval base a boon to world

[2017-07-14 09:23]

Ships carrying People's Liberation Army naval personnel assigned to the Djibouti Logistics Support Base departed from a naval port in Zhanjiang, South China's Guangdong province, on Tuesday.

Governors summoned to ministry should get stain on their records

[2017-07-14 09:23]

ON MONDAY, the Ministry of Environmental Protection summoned the governors of Siping and Gongzhuling in Northeast China's Jilin province, Hengshui in North China's Hebei province, Zibo in Shandong province, Xingyang in Henan province and Jingdezhen in Jiangxi province, and the High-Tech District of Changzhi in North China's Shanxi province for explanations for the worsening condition of the local environment and their poor handling of air pollution. Southern Metropolis Daily comments:

Subsidies need discretion, not fanfares

[2017-07-14 09:23]

A TARGETED SUBSIDY PROGRAM, developed 13 years ago by the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei, East China's Anhui province, has unobtrusively helped more than 40,000 students in need of financial assistance with a total of 6 million yuan ($900,000) as of now. commented on Thursday:

Student broke the law by putting his name on the map

[2017-07-14 09:23]

GE YULU, a student in Beijing, found a road without an official nameplate in the metropolis in 2013. He then made one bearing the name "Geyu Road", which looked exactly like an official one, and put it up. One year later, several domestic navigation companies had adopted the name in their maps. Beijing News comments:


[2017-07-14 09:15]

India must end standoff for its own good

[2017-07-14 09:23]

The dispatching of Chinese troops to a logistics support base in Djibouti on Tuesday, the first of its kind for the People's Liberation Army, to take up international missions such as peacekeeping and humanitarian aid, has been misinterpreted by some Western media outlets as China's efforts to strengthen its presence in the Indian Ocean and therefore challenge India's influence in the region.

Heritage sites exalt preservation spirit

[2017-07-14 09:23]

Editor's note: Hoh Xil in Northwest China's Qinghai province and Gulangyu Island in East China's Fujian province were included in the UNESCO World Heritage list last week, which means China now has 52 world heritage sites, second only to Italy's 53. Two experts share their views with China Daily's Zhang Zhouxiang on how to better protect such sites:

With US out of Paris treaty, can we revisit Kyoto?

[2017-07-14 09:23]

US President Donald Trump pulled his country out of the Paris climate change agreement last month. His move generated a lot of heat in political, diplomatic and media circles - and most of the reactions were extremely critical. Trump's international isolation was obvious then and became almost physically evident at the just-concluded G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.

US news media biased reporting destroying trust

[2017-07-14 09:23]

Like many in China, I have long felt the US news media is biased in its coverage of China. Much of this, in my view, is due to an individual writer's lack of knowledge about China, his or her political bias, or the agenda of his news organization.

China-Thailand rail deal will also benefit region

[2017-07-13 07:15]

There's no gain without pain, as the saying goes, and that's certainly been true of the China-Thailand high-speed railway, which has found its way strewn with obstacles before the first phase finally got the green light to go ahead on Tuesday.

Tsai's separatist gimmicks

[2017-07-13 07:15]

Since taking office, Tsai Ing-wen and her colleagues have made a series of moves to push for "Taiwan independence", from limiting cross-Straits cultural exchanges and not holding any commemorative activities to mark the 80th anniversary of the July 7 Incident of 1937, which heralded the start of Japan's undeclared war against China and nationwide Chinese resistance against the aggressors, to, most recently, introducing a high school textbook revision in which the Chinese mainland is included in the section on East Asia history.

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