Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Saturday left for Cuba after wrapping up a fruitful visit to Canada with a string of promising outcomes and inspiring remarks.
Beijing experienced serious smog on Saturday despite showers over past two nights, the Beijing Environmental Protection Monitoring Center said.
A total of 438,000 people sat China's national judicial examination on Saturday and Sunday, with their average age around 28, according to the Ministry of Justice.
China's leading magazines for babies and preschoolers will launch their English editions in the United States next year, according to a deal reached on Saturday between their Chinese publisher and U.S. Cricket Media.
Severe drought in central China's Hubei Province over the past three weeks has caused drinking water shortages for 237,000 people, local authorities said Saturday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang witnessed on Thursday the inking of 14 cooperation agreements in Ottawa, which observers believe will push bilateral economic cooperation to a new stage.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Saturday kicked off its first international air show at a newly upgraded airport in the eastern coastal city of Wonsan.
A shooting at a mall north of Seattle in the U.S. State of Washington killed four women on Friday night.
The official visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to Cuba is hailed as the "best moment" of relations between China and Cuba since the two countries established diplomatic ties in 1960.
The announced merger of Baosteel Group and Wuhan Iron and Steel Group is credit negative and will put pressure on Baosteel's ratings, rating agency Moody's said in its initial assessment of the move.