All 12 people who were trapped by a tunnel cave-in in northeast China's Liaoning Province have been pulled out alive at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday, local authorities said.
More cities experienced cooling property prices in June, compared to May, as policies targeting speculation kicked in.
Landslides play havoc with traffic on major national highway, Hu Yongqi reports from Wenchuan, Sichuan.
The capital is battling a 10 percent drop in the daily supply of blood from donors at a time when there is usually a rise in demand.
Population increases will be the biggest worry for Beijing administrators during the next five years.
As part of a plan to raise $3 billion to turn Buddha's birthplace in Nepal into a Mecca for Buddhists, a Hong Kong-based transnational foundation signed a memorandum last Friday with a United Nations agency that promotes industrialization in developing countries.
Oil leaks at China's largest offshore may be continuing as the company has failed to take effective remedial measures.
Seeing a string of malfunctions and delays on the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway,airlines have stopped giving deep discounts.
The heavy use of agrochemicals has led to a severe deterioration of arable soil and poses a serious threat to domestic grain output.
The first expressway in Tibet opened to traffic on Sunday, with Vice President Xi Jinping cutting the ribbons at the opening ceremony.
Several of the bathing beaches in the coastal city hQingdao have been attacked by enteromorpha prolifera, a sea plant that reproduces rapidly, for the past week and the clearing work is under way.
Two bodies were found in a flooded iron core mine in east China's Shandong province as rescue work has entered the seventh day on Saturday.