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775 coffins: Bosnia marks 1995 Srebrenica massacre


A Bosnian Muslim woman weeps near the coffin of her relative, a victim of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, in Potocari 120 km northeast of Sarajevo, Bosnia, on Sunday, July 11, 2010 Hoisting h [ … ]


Twin Uganda bombs kill 64 at World Cup parties


Twin bomb blasts ripped through crowds watching the World Cup final in Kampala, killing 64 and wounding scores in attacks blamed on Al Qaeda-linked militants in Somalia, officials said Monday.


Beijing steps up English-language drive


Authorities in Beijing plan to make most residents -- from hairdressers to policemen -- learn English under a drive to convert the Chinese capital into a "world city," state media said Monday.



Debate on brain drain


Is the emigration of Chinese a drain on the country's human resources? Two scholars, a foreigner and a Chinese, enlighten us with their views.


China confirms it renewed Google operating license



In this Jan. 13, 2010 file photo, a Chinese flag flutters outside Google's China headquarters in Beijing.


China has confirmed that it renewed Google's license to operate after a monthslo [ … ]


Spanish film wins top award at Karlovy Vary film festival


"The Mosquito Net," a Spanish film, won on Saturday the top Crystal Globe award for best feature film at the 45th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (IFF).



Super Villain eclipses "Twilight" in fierce box office derby in N. America


Universal Pictures has regained some respects from the movie theaters in the United States and Canada with its latest 3-D animated release "Despicable Me," outshone vampire romance "The Twilight Sa [ … ]


Rosetta captures image of asteroid Lutetia


Europe's Rosetta space probe successfully captured for the first time a high-quality picture of asteroid "Lutetia", foreign media reported Sunday.


Mercury soars across Europe


Europe baked Saturday in scorching summer temperatures, as authorities warned of the danger to the very young and old and linked the heatwave to a number of deaths.



Peru Cocoa and Chocolate Salon opens in Lima


A chocolate replica of the ancient Inca ruins site Machu Picchu is presented during the first Peru Cocoa and Chocolate Salon in Lima, Peru, July 10, 2010. The three-day salon concluded here on S [ … ]


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