10-6-5 主题：日本新首相 类别：领导人更迭
Newly-elected Democratic Party of Japan chief Naoto Kan （菅直人）has become Japan's new prime minister after being approved by the Diet.
The ruling DPJ had earlier chosen Kan as their new party chief.
The 63-year-old former Finance Minister has said his cabinet is likely to be launched on Tuesday.
10-07-10 主题：俄罗斯欲交换间谍 类别：国际政治
According to one of the lawyers representing one of the alleged Russian spies arrested in the US last month, Russia is now trying to work out a spy swap（交换） to free its agents.
The swap plans are reportedly said to include an exchange which would include Igor Sutyagin, a Russian nuclear expert sentenced to 15 years in jail for passing secrets to the West.
His brother Dmitry Sutyagin says the prisoner may be sent to London.
"In fact it meant it was the last farewell, after that they will send Igor tomorrow to Vienna, and from Vienna he will be sent to London. So in the near future we will not be able to see him anymore."
No officials from either the Russian or American side have confirmed the possible swap.
10-7-11 主题：世界杯 类别：体育
Spain has won the World Cup for the first time, after it beat the Netherlands in a 1-0 victory in South Africa.
Midfielder Andres Iniesta scored the winning goal with four minutes left in extra time
For the Dutch, it was a heartbreaking defeat, as the team was down to 10 men after John Heitinga was sent off in extra time. This makes for the Netherlands' third loss in a World Cup final-- 1974 and 1978 were the other unlucky years.
Meanwhile, South African football fans have been reflecting on what the tournament has meant for their country:
"This not about the World Cup only but it is about the country itself, that we have managed to run the World Cup safely. There where no major incidents that happened. Financially wise, the economy has grown very much, so it going to help a lot of people in that way."
the next world cup will be held in Brazil in 2014.
10-8-16 主题：北京开始人口普查 类别：国内时事
Beijing has launched a one-month household registration survey to recount the total number of Beijing residents and provide accurate information for China's once-a-decade census（人口普查）, which begins this November.
A total of 100 thousand census officials will collect data by going door-to-door in Beijing in the next 30 days.
Experts say that many households do not unregister their deceased family members so they can continue collecting social insurance funds from the government.
Also, some children born in violation of the country's "one child" policy have also not be registered.
Cai Jun is with the census' Beijing office.
"After paying the social compensation fees, a child born in violation of the one-child policy can be registered and get a resident permit. The exact amount of fees will be left to family planning bodies at different levels to decide. "
Foreigners and residents of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan living in Beijing will also be surveyed for the first time, except for those on short-term business or sightseeing trips.