China legally imports oil from Iran through normal channels in a reasonable and fair manner, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Wednesday.
Cyber attacks on China launched from bases overseas surged in 2011, rising to 8.9 million computers affected from 5 million the previous year, according to a network security report.
Within seconds on Saturday night, a controlled explosion turned a 724-meter viaduct in downtown Nanjing into rubble.
President Hu Jintao will begin his first overseas trip of the year by attending two multilateral summits.
Trade union leaders may soon be requested to release their contact information to members following a trial run of the practice in North China's Shanxi province.
Vice-premier sets out targets and goals for further economic growth.
China will carry out further fiscal reforms this year to bolster domestic consumption and resolve regional disparity in economic development, Finance Minister Xie Xuren said on Sunday.
Chinese parents' desire to send students abroad comes at a very high price.
The first school that exclusively targets the children of returned overseas Chinese in Shanghai has become a controversial topic.
A landslide in Southwest China's Yunnan province has killed eight people and left another one injured, local authorities said on Sunday.
Report on the work of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.
Authorities in South China's Guangdong province said Sunday they were working to clean oil slicks on Xijiang River.