China urges US to withdraw sanctions on Chinese military

China has urged the United States to withdraw sanctions on a Chinese military organization for buying Russian weapons or "bear the consequences."


China-made C919 landing gear delivered to COMAC

The first China-made landing gear for the C919 large passenger aircraft has been delivered to the developer, according to the state-owned Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC).

Pompeo hopes to travel to Pyongyang soon for Trump-Kim meeting

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday that he hopes to travel to Pyongyang soon to prepare for the second summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and the DPRK's top leader Kim Jong Un.

Chinese female tourist found dead in S. Thailand

Chinese Consulate-General in Thailand's Songkhla told Chinese media late Friday that a Chinese female tourist was found dead in Songkhla Province on Thursday.

Death toll rises to 131 after Tanzanian ferry sinking

Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday announced a four-day mourning for victims of a ferry accident in Lake Victoria as death toll reached 131.

Statue set up in Paris railway station to honor Chinese workers in WWI

A statue of a Chinese farmer has been installed in front of Gare de Lyon, one of the French capital's largest railway stations, to pay tribute to Chinese workers in World War I.

China to become world's largest country of organ transplants in 2020

China is expected to have the most organ transplant surgeries in 2020, said Huang Jiefu, director of the China National Organ Donation and Transplantation Committee.

Iran denies meeting request with U.S. president at UN meeting

dran's Foreign Ministry on Friday denied that the Islamic republic has offered a meeting proposal between the U.S. President Donald Trump and his Iranian counterpart.

New strain of tall growing rice successfully harvested in Chongqing

dice was successfully harvested this week from a new strain of rice plant that grows up to two meters tall, reported on Friday. The rice was planted as part of a trial in Chongqing, a city in China's southwest. 

China solicits public opinions on draft atomic energy law

China's Ministry of Justice on Friday published a draft atomic energy law online to solicit public opinions.

China, U.S. should foster mutual trust, avoid misjudgment: ambassador

China and the United States should deepen their understanding, foster mutual trust, promote cooperation and avoid misjudgment, said Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai in Washington on Thursday.

"Media need to keep up with changes brought by the Belt and Road"

dhe second 21st Century Maritime Silk Road China (Guangdong) International Communication Forum was held in China's southern coastal city of Zhuhai in Guangdong Province on Thursday. 

Another warship sunk in 1st Sino-Japanese War found in Dalian

The wreckage of the cruiser Jingyuan, which was part of the Qing Dynasty naval fleet, has been found off the coast of Dalian. It was sunk by the Japanese Imperial Navy during the first Sino-Japanese War. 



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