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Spotlight: China's pursuit of rule of law wins world recognition
Spotlight: China's pursuit of rule of law wins world recognition
The latest gravity assigned by the Communist Party of China (CPC) to advance the rule of law in China in an all-round manner has been hailed by political and academic figures in the West.
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Xinhua Insight: PLA vows rule of law
10-22 18:25
As the ongoing fourth plenary session of the 18th CPC Central Committee discusses "rule of law," the PLA vowed to steadily promote the law in military building and national defense.
Feature: Private foundation rescues over 2,500 asylum-seekers so far
10-22 07:49
The privately-funded Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) on Monday rescued 273 asylum-seekers, putting the number of the rescued asylum-seekers into more than 2,500 since the MOAS launched its first operation to rescue boat immigrants in the Mediterranean sea on Aug. 25.
Interview: Anti-poaching campaign demands int'l efforts: KWS
10-22 06:02
Director of Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) William K. Kiprono said on Tuesday countries of concern should work together as a team to protect wildlife, as the illegal wildlife trade has become an elaborate chain in terms of crime.
News Analysis: Italian 2015 budget proposal sets clash with EU's advocates for austerity
10-22 07:55
Italy's 2015 budget, passed last week, puts the government on a collision course with the European Union how strictly the three-year-old terms of the Stability and Growth Pact will be interpreted.
News Analysis: Abe's new-look Cabinet rocked amid resignation of two scandal-hit ministers, opposition parties finding teeth
10-20 17:15
The recently reshuffled Cabinet of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has had its very foundations rocked Monday, following the doubly-whammy of two of the five female ministers he ushered into his inner coterie one month ago both stepping down the day due to money scandals.
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