The delegation suggests that the anti-terrorism law specify the roles of each department in combating terrorism.
Libya's General National Congress removed the prime minister from office on Tuesday.
Prosecutors nationwide will clamp down on corrupt officials this year and step up the hunt for those who have fled abroad.
Japan observed a moment of silence on Tuesday to mark the third anniversary of the earthquake-tsunami disaster.
Beijing is open to any constructive proposal or suggestion that can help ease tensions in Ukraine.
The flight bound for Beijing from Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, with 239 people on board, is still missing.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has accused Saudi Arabia and Qatar of openly funding the Sunni Muslim insurgents.
The top legislature will try to reduce the number of crimes subject to the death penalty by revising the Criminal Law this year.
Lawmakers in Crimea called a March 16 referendum on whether to break away from Ukraine and join Russia.
A primary school has installed new desks and chairs to make sure pupils adopt the correct posture.
As a player, Andre Agassi relied as much on a razor-sharp tennis brain as brute force to collect eight major titles.
The new US consulate general in Guangzhou officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday afternoon.