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Pakistan's PPP and PML-N to form coalition government
Pakistan's political parties Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) will form coalition governments in central and provincial levels, leaders of the two parties said in Islamabad on Thursday night.
- Terms reiterated for Vatican ties
China's top religious affairs official reiterated on Wednesday that the country is ready to improve ties with the Vatican as long as the Holy See accepts two conditions.
- Japanese PM meets Chinese state councilor
Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda met with visiting Chinese State Councilor Tang Jiaxuan on Thursday at his official residence.
- US navy shoots down spy satellite
A missile launched from a US navy ship in the North Pacific hit an out-of-control spy satellite late Wednesday, CNN reported.
- Miliband: Boycotts of Olympics are not the right path
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said on Wednesday that boycotting the Beijing Olympic Games is not the right path to take.
- China, EU leading 3rd Industrial Revolution
China and the European Union (EU) are leading a Third Industrial Revolution, paving the way to a sustainable economic era in the 21st century, a world renowned expert said in London on Tuesday.
- Castro resigns as Cuban president
Cuban leader Fidel Castro on Tuesday resigned as president in a statement published in the online version of the official daily Granma.
- Hill in Beijing to push denuclearization process
Top US nuclear negotiator Christopher Hill arrived in Beijing on Monday, aiming to push the denuclearization process of the Korean peninsula.
- Kosovo declares independence from Serbia
Kosovo's parliament unanimously approved the province's historic declaration of independence from Serbia on Sunday, a move that is backed by the US and some European allies but bitterly contested by Serbia and Russia.
- 80 killed in Afghan bombing
A bloody suicide bombing shocked Taliban former stronghold Kandahar in south Afghanistan Sunday morning killing at least 80 people and injuring many more, Kandahar's governor Assadullah Khalid said.
- China makes unremitting efforts to resolve Darfur crisis
The Chinese government has made unremitting efforts to help resolve the crisis in Sudan's western region of Darfur, said Chinese Ambassador to Sudan Li Chengwen in an interview with Xinhua reporter based in Khartoum on Saturday.
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