[Live Now] Vice Premiers take oath of allegiance to the Constitution

China's Vice Premiers, State Councilors, and Ministers are set to be endorsed and pledge their allegiance to the Constitution on Monday. Chinaplus.cri.cn broadcasts the event live starting at 9 a.m. Beijing Time, on Monday.


[Playback] Premier takes oath of allegiance to the Constitution

Li Keqiang was endorsed as Chinese premier and pledged allegiance to the Constitution on Sunday in Beijing.

City of London delegation visits China

A business delegation lead by the Lord Mayor of the City of London is visiting China this week to promote trade ties.

Putin set to win election after 70 pct of ballots counted

Incumbent Russian President Vladimir Putin was set to win Sunday's presidential election as he got 75.91 percent of the vote after 70 percent of the ballots were counted, preliminary data showed.

2,000-year-old liquor unearthed from ancient tomb in China

Archaeologists have unearthed a bronze kettle containing liquor from a Qin Dynasty tomb, dating back more than 2,000 years in west China's Shaanxi Province.

2018 Winter Paralympic Games' closing ceremony reels off

The 2018 Paralympic Winter Games reeled off its closing ceremony on Sunday to wrap up the 10-day journey of Paralympians in PyeongChang, an east county of South Korea.

Track laying starts for China's longest coal transport railway

Track laying started on Saturday for the Inner Mongolia-Jiangxi Railway, China's longest heavy haul railway line, according to a report by China Youth Online.

UN pledges support for Zimbabwe's economic recovery efforts

A senior UN official is suggesting Zimbabwe has made significant progress in preparations for the upcoming general elections, as well as in its reforms to attract investors to help revive the country's ravaged economy.

Turkish president announces takeover of Afrin city center

Turkish troops and allied Syrian rebels have taken the Afrin city center under control following two-month fighting, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday.

Taiwan-based writer Li Ao dies aged 83

Taiwan's famous writer, critic and historian Li Ao died at the age of 83 shortly before 11 a.m. Sunday, according to the Taipei Veterans General Hospital. 

China makes headway in air pollution control

In the past five years, China's central government alone has invested over 60 billion yuan (9.47 billion U.S. dollars) into air pollution treatment, Li Ganjie, minister of environmental protection, said in a press briefing Saturday.

Cambodia, China launch joint drill on anti-terrorism, humanitarian rescue

Cambodia and China launched the second joint drill on counter-terrorism and humanitarian rescue at a training field in the Maras Prov Mountains on Saturday.

China launches land exploration satellite into space

China launched a land exploration satellite into a preset orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi desert of the country's northwest at 3:10 p.m. Saturday. 



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