Britain's top soldier: al-Qaeda cannot be beaten

Updated: 2010-11-15 10:24


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An Afghan policeman gestures as trucks carrying fuel for NATO forces burn in Behsud district of Nangarhar province Nov 14, 2010. Insurgents set fire to 12 fuel tankers carrying fuel for NATO forces in Afghanistan on early Sunday morning, a local official said. [Photo/Agencies]

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China bags Asiad team tennis title after 24 yrs

Wimbledon semifinalist Li Na led host China to capture the team tennis title on Tuesday at the Asian Games, accomplishing her Asiad tour with three consecutive victories.

China rate rises no panacea to curb inflation: PBOC adviser

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Russian possessed with TCM

Born into a family of doctors, Maxime became interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at the age of 12, after hearing about TCM theories such as health preservation and recuperation.

Acupuncture takes stab at UNESCO list

Acupuncture and Peking Opera have been selected as candidates for UNESCO intangible cultural heritage status.

The wedding coach comes back to life

A groom carries his bride from a wedding coach in Xuchang, Henan province, Nov 11, 2010. Produced a local factory, various original hand-made wedding carriages were displayed on the streets, attracting young people chasing fashion and an environment-friendly lifestyle.

Mounting inflation pressure tests policy makers
Chinese vice president to visit four nations
Chinese, Russian presidents meet in Seoul on co-op