Chinese authorities will popularize the use of electronic toll collection (ETC) devices on freeways partly to reduce emissions and logistics costs, according to a Ministry of Transport circular.
A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit northern Peru at 3:41 p.m. Sunday (Beijing Time), according to the China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC).
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.1 on Saturday struck southern Chiba Prefecture of Japan, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).
Major strides have been made in the treatment and prevention of hydatid disease in Tibet Autonomous Region, which had the highest prevalence rate of the disease among China's provincial-level regions, according to a National Health Commission report.
Tibetan alpine rescuers successfully rescued an Australian climber experiencing critical health problems at an altitude of 7,500 meters on the northern slope of Mount Qomolangma.
The World Health Organization (WHO) held a brief certification ceremony on Friday for two international emergency medical teams (EMT) from China, bringing the total number of WHO-certified Chinese EMTs to five.
No large-scale use of CFC-11, an ozone-depleting substance, was identified in China in a campaign looking into the polyurethane foam sector.
French police were hunting for a man suspiciously involved in a home-made bomb explosion which injured at least 13 people in southeastern city of Lyon on Friday afternoon, news channel BFMTV reported.
An explosion left at least seven pedestrians injured after a parcel bomb exploded in street in the French city of Lyon, local media reported.
Customs in northeast China's port city of Dalian ordered the return of over 688 tons of solid waste back on Wednesday. The aluminum waste was accompanied by fake documents, and was believed to have been smuggled into the country in 2018 from Australia via Hong Kong, according to customs officials. Suspects have been detained and a further investigation is underway.
The world’s longest double-deck suspension bridge will open to traffic this September in China’s Wuhan City, Hubei Province.
A heat wave over northern China will continue until Sunday, the country's national observatory forecast Friday.
The China Air Transport Association said Friday it will assist member airlines to seek compensation from Boeing for the grounding of 737 MAX aircraft as well as the delayed delivery of future planes.
China Air Transport Association (CATA) announced that it will support Chinese airlines to seek compensation for Boeing 737 Max suspension, in a press conference held in Beijing on Friday.
Chinese scientists have successfully developed two vaccine candidates for African swine fever virus, the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences announced Friday.
Aviation regulators from over 30 countries and regions met with officials of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) over the safety of Boeing 737 Max jets on Thursday in Fort Worth in the state of Texas.
Peter Salovey affirmed that the Ivy League school's "steadfast commitment" to international students and scholars while urging U.S. federal agencies to "clarify concerns they have about international academic exchanges."
Netizens are appealing to a bus company in Changsha City, Hunan Province, not to fire a female driver who brought her daughter to work when she was unable to find childcare.
The Ministry of Education has approved 35 universities to set up an artificial intelligence major and some of them, including Peking and Tsinghua universities, will recruit students this year.
Hainan is taking comprehensive action to implement a model for green development, according to officials with the provincial government.
A Sydney man has been hit with 169 charges related to animal abuse and trafficking after a police raid uncovered dozens of reptiles hidden inside a residential home.
Ten people have been confirmed dead and eight others remain missing after a boat carrying 29 passengers capsized in Zhenfeng County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, on Thursday, local authorities said.
Two Australian men were left bloodied and injured on Thursday after a giant Marlin jumped into their boat and began thrashing about with its potentially deadly-sharp bill.
Mobile medical teams will tour through 96 impoverished townships in Tibet this year, a regional health official said here Thursday.
Canada said on Wednesday that by the end of June it will remove truckloads of garbage which Philippine officials said were illegally shipped to the Asian country years ago, The Associated Press reported.
The campaign has increased forest coverage by two and a half times in four decades.
China will strengthen surveys, observations and assessments related to biodiversity to identify prominent conservation problems and ensure national ecological security.
China and Russia pledged to strengthen cooperation along the Yangtze and Volga rivers as local governments from these areas on Thursday signed an array of cooperation deals.
Six people have been confirmed dead and 12 others remained missing after a boat capsized on a river in southwest China's Guizhou Province Thursday afternoon, according to local authorities Friday.
Residents on the Chinese mainland will be able to apply for car driving licenses in any mainland city instead of having to go back to where their permanent residences were registered, starting June 1.