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Jiang rules out democratic reform  Western-style multi-party democracy has been ruled out in a speech by Communist Party chief Jiang's stark warning over corruption
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Bush preaches democracy to China PM attacks corruption North Koreans storm Spanish embassy  25 refugees are seeking political asylum and threatening suicide if they are sent back Scientists detail rice code  The Beijing Genomics Institute and the University of Washington Genome Center report a draft DNA sequence of the plant North Koreans 'granted asylum'  The Philippines will provide transit facilities for 5 refugees who were seized by Chinese police N Koreans enter South Korean consulate  One man entered the embassy on Thursday, while a couple rushed in past guards on Friday Cafe fire kills 24  A fire at an Internet cafe was frequented by students attending the area's many universities China: Taiwan's future lies in reunification  Beijing has warned that any attempt by Taipei to separate from the mainland is bound to fail China tightens missile export rules  A new list of regulations aimed at controlling the export of the technology in an apparent effort to ease U.S. concerns Asylum-seekers storm compound  15 North Korean nationals climbed over a wall surrounding German diplomatic compound North Koreans allowed to leave China  A group of 15 asylum seekers spent more than a week holed up in a German diplomatic compound   10 executed in pre-congress crackdown  Courts have handed death sentences for rapes and robberies in a crackdown on crime before a Communist Party congress China upbeat on U.S. relations  Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan has expressed satisfaction over the results of long-term cooperation in fighting terrorism Holiday safety alert  Leaders of cities, provinces and departments are being held personally responsible for safety during the National Day holidays Beijing seeks WMD curbs  Beijing has reiterated its pledge to stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction Beijing urges caution with North Korea  2 senior U.S. officials have arrived in the Chinese capital for urgent consultations Communist Party Congress opens
President's plane 'bugged'   Bush visits China

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  US President made a strong defence of human rights after initial talks with President Jiang Zemin

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  More than 2,000 Party delegates have gathered for a meeting which looks set to approve sweeping leadership changes
  President has warned that the Communist Party must take a tough line against corruption or risk its 'self-destruction'
Nov.11   War on corruption and unemployment  Communist Party Congress is ramping up the fight against what it sees as the two greatest scourges Nov.12   Call for calm over leadership changes  President Zemin has pleaded with Politburo colleagues not to lose tempers and spirit of unity over personnel arrangements Nov.13   Zemin, 5 other leaders stepping down
  Only one senior leader, Vice President Hu Jintao, 59, had been re-elected to new Central Committee
Nov.14     China announces new leaders
  Vice President Hu Jintao has been named the head of Communist Party. 5 allies of President Zemin were appointed

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Dec.17   Breakthrough in China human rights
  China has agreed to allow the UN unconditional access to investigate claims of torture, religious persecution and detention

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