Wednesday, June 19, 2013
China rail crash
After crash, China rail spokesman sent to Poland
The July 23 crash prompted Beijing to suspend construction of new high-speed lines.
China suspends new railway projects after crash
Developing the world`s largest high-speed rail network has been a key political goal for Beijing.
China lawyers told not to take train crash cases
A report says Chinese authorities have apologised after lawyers were ordered not to help victims.
China `forced papers` to scrap rail crash coverage
The ban came after state media published rare criticism of China`s govt over its response to crash.
Rail operator apologises for Shanghai signal fault
In the latest incident, a train veer right when it should have taken a left turn.
Relatives of China train crash victims mourn
Saturday`s accident near the city of Wenzhou has triggered public anger over what caused the crash.
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