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N. Korea nuclear talks break down  N. Korea's chief nuclear envoy is departing for home after a dispute over money frozen in a Macau bank could not be resolved China issues new rules on organs Drugs: IOC bans Austrians for life China denies torturing Canadian China warns of population growth Death penalty for China official Vice premier Huang Ju dies at 68  A key ally of former President Jiang Zemin climbed the ranks of Shanghai politics to join the Communist Party's inner sanctum of power China puts economy before climate  1st national plan on climate change: first and overriding priority in tackling climate change is to maintain economic development China protests U.S. ban on seafood   Official executed for graft  The former head of State Food and Drug Administration, Zheng Xiaoyu, has been executed for corruption Pollution risk for Olympic events Beijing begins Olympic countdown 1989 Tiananmen protester released  One of the last remaining prisoners Xi Haoliang, jailed for opposing the military crackdown on pro-democracy protests, has been released China declares 'war' on tainted products  China has launched a 4-month war on tainted food, drugs and exports as officials embraced campaign tactics to clean up the battered image Finance minister resigns  Jin Renqing has resigned for 'personal reasons,' amid concerns of surging inflation and just weeks ahead of an expected reshuffling Bishop gets Pope's approval  A new Roman Catholic bishop of Beijing is being consecrated, the first for more than 50 years to have the approval of the Pope Drivers ignore No Car Day  China is holding a No Car Day in over 100 cities as it tries to reduce smog ahead of the 2008 Olympics China pleads for calm in Myanmar  China issued an evenhanded plea for calm after refusing to condemn the military-run government China appeals for calm in Burma  Burma's closest ally has made its most strident call yet for the military regime to end a violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters N Korea nuke talks end, no deal  Six-nation disarmament talks instead opting to send a detailed, draft plan on shuttering the nuclear programs to their governments for appro...   Communists 'falling short'
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China admits satellite shot down  Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao has confirmed China carried out a test to destroy a satellite Hu to woo Africa on 8-nation tour 'Progress made' in N Korea talks  Diplomats at 6-party talks said N Korea had agreed to take initial steps towards disarmament N Korea talks 'stall over energy'  Talks on nuclear program face problems due to Pyongyang's excessive energy demands N. Korea agrees nuclear deal   U.S. and Chinese officials: North Korea has agreed to close down its nuclear weapons program in exchange for energy aid N. Korea agrees to nuclear disarmament

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  North Korea agreed to shut down its main reactor within 60 days before eventually dismantling its atomic weapons program
 N. Korea will receive initial aid equal to 50,000 tons of heavy fuel oil for shutting down and sealing the nuclear reactor at Yongbyon, to be confirmed by international inspectors

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  Envoys worked to negotiate a schedule for dismantling North Korea's nuclear programs

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  President Hu Jintao has said in a keynote speech that the Party he leads has fallen short of the people's expectations
Oct.20   Vice-president loses post
  Three of most senior leaders, including Vice-President Zeng Qinghong, have stepped down from office.    Zeng, Luo Gan and Wu Guanzheng, were dropped from the Com...
Oct.21     Communist Party unveils new leaders
  President Hu Jintao won a 2nd term as party and army chief, while 4 new faces joined the Politburo Standing Committee
 2 men seen as potential successors to Mr Hu in 2012 - Shanghai party chief Xi Jinping and the head of Liaoning province, Li Keqiang joined the Standing Committee
Oct.25 Pollution casts shadow over Games

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Dec.27   China and Japan PMs hold summit  Yasuo Fukuda has held talks with his Chinese counterpart, Wen Jiabao. Wen said China and Japan had established a sound working relationship Dec.31   China eases foreign investment ban  China is easing a ban on new foreign investment in securities industry while still trying to ensure Chinese control by limiting investors

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