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Dozens of protesters from Seongju County and Gimcheon City in South Korea, where

  Dozens of protesters from Seongju County and Gimcheon City in South Korea, where the THAAD missile defense system is being deployed, gathered in front of the presidential palace on Thursday to protest against its accelerated installation. #cgtn #cgtnnews #thaad Charity In China reported , all right reserved...

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Researchers from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology

Researchers from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology discovered a new archosauromorpha species with a slender and long neck dating back more than 200 million years ago when studying the fossils collected in southwest China’s Guizhou Province. The species, named Gracilicollum latens, is a marine reptile that feeds on…...

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A Chinese peacekeeping unit in Sudan has been running defensive drills at a Unit

  A Chinese peacekeeping unit in Sudan has been running defensive drills at a United Nations camp in the Abyei region, a disputed area on the border with South Sudan, as violent clashes between rival armed factions continue across the country. Some 270 people have been killed and 2,600 wounded…...

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Meta Platforms Inc. on Wednesday carried out another round of job cuts, this tim

Meta Platforms Inc. on Wednesday carried out another round of job cuts, this time hitting engineers and adjacent tech teams, as Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg further moved to streamline the business in a bid to make 2023 a “year of efficiency.” #cgtn #cgtnnews #meta #jobcuts Charity In China reported ,…...

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The Rapid Support Forces (RSF) paramilitary group is prepared to open all Sudane

The Rapid Support Forces (RSF) paramilitary group is prepared to open all Sudanese airports in order to enable friendly countries to evacuate their citizens, Al Jazeera reported. The Sudanese Foreign Ministry said that it would coordinate evacuations of foreign nationals from the United States, Britain, France and Germany, among others,…...

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A variety of colorful events were held on Saturday across China to celebrate the

A variety of colorful events were held on Saturday across China to celebrate the “March 3 Festival,” or “Sanyuesan” in Chinese. The festival, which falls on the third day of the third lunar month of the Chinese lunar calendar, is one of the most important traditional celebrations for several Chinese…...

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Jinta County in Gansu Province is one of the areas most affected by desertificat

Jinta County in Gansu Province is one of the areas most affected by desertification in China, plagued by drought and water shortage. In the memory of the locals, yellow has long been the dominant color of this place. But in recent years, things have been changing for the better and…...

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Michael Schumacher’s family say they are planning legal action against German ma

Michael Schumacher’s family say they are planning legal action against German magazine Die Aktuelle for using an artificial intelligence program to generate fake quotes from the seven-time Formula One champion. The media group Funke apologized to the Schumacher family and announced that the editor of Die Aktuelle had been sacked.…...

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All inbound travelers will only need to show a COVID-19 antigen test result take

All inbound travelers will only need to show a COVID-19 antigen test result taken within 48 hours before boarding flights starting April 29, dropping the PCR test requirement, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said at a daily press conference on Tuesday. Airlines will no longer require test results before…...

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday welcomed the safe temporary relo

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday welcomed the safe temporary relocation of hundreds of UN staff members and dependents from Khartoum and other places in Sudan. Guterres appreciated the cooperation by all sides in Sudan to allow for the operation to be carried out without incident. He reiterated his call…...

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