In a statement, the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed ces (SCAF) also expressed deep sorrow and resentment over the recent events in downtown Cairo that caused casualties and damage in private and public buildings.
Obama has taken on Fox publicly as well. Last week, he took a swipe at Fox correspondent Ed Henry over a question on gas prices, and asked last year what he thought about Fox, the president told Rolling Stone, "The golden age of an objective press was a pretty narrow span of time in our history. Bee that, you had folks like Hearst who used their newspapers very intentionally to promote their viewpoints. I think Fox is part of that tradition it is part of the tradition that has a very clear, undeniable point of view. It's a point of view that I disagree with. It's a point of view that I think is ultimately destructive the longterm growth of a country that has a vibrant middle class and is competitive in the world. But as an economic enterprise, it's been wildly successful. And I suspect that if you ask Mr. Murdoch what his numberone concern is, it's that Fox is very successful."He said a lot of companies from America and other countries have made huge investment in China in the past 30 years and that it is likely these countries will receive a great amount of investment from China in the next 30 years.The Chinese railway police later investigated the case. That led to indictments more than 60 people, more than 30 of whom have been sentenced to life imprisonment or death.
Initial indications were the FA18D "suffered a catastrophic mechanical malfunction" during a training flight, Navy Captain Mark Weisgerber said.The conference has achieved its purpose. It will send a strong signal to the EU, Ji said.01 :37: ：
One thing that makes this campaign unique is that it has activated people around the globe rather than just those who live in a certain region or speak the same language, said Shelby Knox, a senior campaigner at Change.org.中澳加速自由贸易协定谈判 :50: 中澳加速自由贸易协定谈判SANYA, Hainan, April 9 (Xinhua) China and Australia have agreed to accelerate negotiations on a bilateral free trade deal during annual talks between the two prime ministers.Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) shakes hands with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott during the annual talks between the two countries' government leaders, in Sanya City, south China's Hainan Province, April 9, . (XinhuaLi Xueren)"China hopes the two sides advance relevant negotiation in the spirit of mutual benefit, pragmatism and mutual accommodation, in efts to score an balanced and highlevel agreement," said Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.China expects Australia to continue to provide a fair environment Chinese investors, Li said, adding that China is y to expand cooperation with Australia in trade, economy, investment, finance, education and defense."Currently cooperation in East Asia is facing opporties and challenges," Li said, noting China will work with all parties to build regional peace, safeguard stability and promote development."To make Asia a driving ce the world economy, a peaceful and stable regional environment is needed," he said.Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott agreed to accelerate talks the free trade deal, and expressed the will to expand cooperation in education, culture, security and military ces, so as to deepen bilateral relations and protect regional peace and stability.Abbott also welcomed Chinese investment in Australia.The two sides inked cooperative deals in finance, farming and animal husbandry.Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (L) and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott review the guard of honor at the welcoming ceremony bee the annual talks between the two countries' government leaders, in Sanya City, south China's Hainan Province, April 9, . (XinhuaXie Huanchi)That led to the collective development of a "concept note" from which the slogan emerged. mer World Bank vicepresident Obiageli Ezekwesili was copied into the online discussion.