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Massive search for MH370 continues, no solid results yet
KUALA LUMPUR/PHU QUOC ISLAND, Vietnam, March 10 -- The international massive search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane continued Monday, but no solid clues have been found yet.
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The Daily Record
Live: FBI fears four passengers on missing Malaysian jet used stolen...
Football racism storm: Teenage star breaks silence on horrific abuse which saw him leave pitch in tears and shocked fans across Scotland JORDAN Tapping, 17, opens his heart on his shock at hearing shouts of "black b*****d" and "banana man" as he played for East Stirling at Peterhead.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Malaysian National News Agency
China's Warship Arrives At Suspected Site Of Missing Malaysian Plane
Chinese warship Mianyang has arrived at the waters suspected to be the site of the missing Beijing-bound Malaysian jetliner, China's Xinhua news agency reported, quoting military sources as saying on Monday.
The New Zealand Herald
Fonterra spreads sales in China
Fonterra's Shanghai-based president for greater China and India, Kelvin Wickham, said the Anmum roll-out was still in its "pilot phase".
People's Daily Online
China's final of 2014 Miss Tourism Int'l held in Chengdu
Contestants pose for a group photo during China's final of the 2014 Miss Tourism International in Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province, March 9, 2014.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
China makes all-out effort to locate missing flight
China is making an all-out effort to search and rescue the Malaysia Airlines flight that has been missing since Saturday morning as the whole country continues to pray for the safety of the passengers onboard.
People's Daily Online
'Those who deny the past have no future'
The Chennault Aviation and Military Museum, not far from the airport of Monroe, Louisiana, is a plain building at the first sight.
Should you ever be presented with the opportunity to visit Chengdu, China make sure you visit the panda nature reserve just outside the city.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Asia News Network
BEIJING: China launches app for panda protection
The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Sichuan province launched the "Saving Pandas" mobile application game in collaboration with a company in Singapore on Friday.
Mourners pay respects at scene of Kunming knife massacre
Peter Haymond, the American envoy in Chengdu, lays a wreath at the station where the killing began last Saturday.
Emirates News Agency
Etihad Cargo enhances operations to China
WAM ABU DHABI, 7th March, 2014 --Etihad Cargo, part of United Arab Emirates national airline Etihad Airways, will enhance its Chinese cargo services later this month when it increases bellyhold cargo capacity between Abu Dhabi and Chengdu.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Sound Relief: Man gets whistle removed from body after 15 years
Beijing: A man who swallowed a plastic whistle when he was nine-years-old and made shrill whistle sounds after falling asleep at night for 15 years has finally been able to breathe a sigh of relief.
Business in emerging markets: Submerging hopes
IN 2007 UniCredit, an Italian bank, fought off ferocious competition from other Western lenders to buy Ukraine's fourth-largest bank from an oligarch for a queasy $2 billion.
People's Daily Online
Chengdu-Chongqing Passenger Railway under construction
Workers work at the construction site of Chengdu-Chongqing Passenger Railway in Ziyang, southwest China's Sichuan province, March 5, 2014.
California Man Guilty of Stealing DuPont Trade Secrets
DuPont Co. 's secrets for cleanly manufacturing the ubiquitous white pigment found in paper and plastics were stolen and sold to a Chinese company by a California engineer, a jury said, handing a conviction to U.S. prosecutors cracking down on economic espionage.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Visa waiver boosts Beijing visits
Beijing saw nearly double the number of travelers that benefited from the capital's 72-hour visa waiver policy in January compared with the same period last year, authorities said on Tuesday.
Christian Science Monitor
China ups military spend by 12 percent. Are the gloves coming off?
Paramilitary policemen practise combat skills during a drill at a training base in Deyang, Sichuan province March 3, 2014.
Chinese police detain three for "causing worry" about bird flu
Police in southwestern China have detained two men and a woman for "causing concern and worry" about H7N9 bird flu, Chengdu city police department's official website said on Wednesday.
Kansas City InfoZine
Chinese Immersion School Sixth-graders Advise First Lady on China Trip
"It's going to be important as you grow up and you get jobs and you start living in a world that is a very global world," Obama said to a class of 29 sixth-graders.
Xinhua Insight: China declares war against pollution
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang "declared war" against pollution on Wednesday and pledged to fight it with the same determination the country battled poverty, as choking smog has become major environmental and health concerns.